1969 Scottish League Cup Final (October)

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1969 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1969–70 Scottish League Cup
Date 25 October 1969
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance 73,067

The second 1969 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 25 October 1969 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 24th Scottish League Cup competition. The final was contested by St Johnstone, which was contesting its first major national cup final, and cup holder Celtic. Celtic retained the cup for another year by winning the match 1–0, with Bertie Auld scoring the only goal.

Match details[edit]

St Johnstone 0–1 Celtic
Auld Goal
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 73,067
GK Jim Donaldson
FB John Lambie
FB Willie Coburn
RH Alex Gordon
CH Benny Rooney
LH Ian McPhee
RW Kenny Aird
IF Henry Hall
CF Bill McCarry[1] Substituted off 45'
IF John Connolly
LW Fred Aitken
FW Gordon Whitelaw Substituted in 45'
Willie Ormond
GK John Fallon
FB Jim Craig
FB Davie Hay
RH Bobby Murdoch
CH Billy McNeill
LH Jim Brogan
RW Tommy Callaghan
IF Harry Hood
CF John Hughes
IF Stevie Chalmers Substituted off 45'
LW Bertie Auld
RW Jimmy Johnstone Substituted in 45'
Jock Stein


  1. ^ "BILL "BUCK" MCCARRY (1938-2018)". Falkirk FC. 14 May 2018. Retrieved 14 May 2018. 

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