1938 Scottish Cup Final

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1938 Scottish Cup Final
Event 1937–38 Scottish Cup
Date 23 April 1938
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance 80,0910
Replay
Date 27 April 1938
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance 92,716
1937
1939

The 1938 Scottish Cup Final was played on 23 April 1938 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 60th Scottish Cup. East Fife and Kilmarnock contested the match. Following a 1–1 draw the match was replayed on 27 April 1938, at the end of normal time the score was 2–2. East Fife then went on to win the match 4–2 to win their only Scottish Cup, helmed by their manager David McLean.

Match details[edit]

23 April 1938
East Fife 1 – 1 Kilmarnock
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 80,091
EAST FIFE:
GK Scotland Milton
DF Scotland Laird
DF Scotland Tait
DF Scotland Russell
DF Scotland Sneddon
MF Scotland Herd
MF Scotland Adams
MF Scotland McLeod Goal 17'
MF Scotland McCartney
MF Scotland Miller
FW Scotland McKerell
Manager:
Scotland David McLean
KILMARNOCK:
GK Scotland Hunter
DF Scotland Andy Fyfe
DF Scotland Milloy
DF Scotland Jimmy Robertson
DF Scotland Stewart
MF Scotland Sammy Ross
MF Scotland Thomson
MF Scotland Reid
MF Scotland Allan Collins
FW Scotland Doug McAvoy Goal 25'
FW Scotland Felix McGrogan
Manager:
Scotland Jimmy McGrory

Replay[edit]


27 April 1938
East Fife 4 – 2 Kilmarnock
Thompson
McGrogan
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 92,716
EAST FIFE:
GK Scotland Milton
DF Scotland Laird
DF Scotland Tait
DF Scotland Russell
DF Scotland Sneddon
MF Scotland John Harvey
MF Scotland Adams
MF Scotland McLeod Goal 57'
MF Scotland McCartney
MF Scotland Miller Goal 110'
FW Scotland McKerell Goal 15'Goal 114'
Manager:
Scotland David McLean
KILMARNOCK:
GK Scotland Hunter
DF Scotland Andy Fyfe
DF Scotland Milloy
DF Scotland Jimmy Robertson
DF Scotland Stewart
MF Scotland Sammy Ross
MF Scotland Thomson Goal 20'
MF Scotland Reid
MF Scotland Allan Collins
FW Scotland Doug McAvoy
FW Scotland Felix McGrogan Goal 27'
Manager:
Scotland Jimmy McGrory

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