The 1994 Scottish Cup Final was the final match of the 1993–94 Scottish Cup competition, the 109th edition of the most important cup competition in Scottish football. It was played between Dundee United and Rangers at Hampden Park, Glasgow on 21 May 1994.
Dundee United won the game 1–0, with a goal by Craig Brewster. Following a mix-up between Rangers' goalkeeper Ally Maxwell and Dave McPherson, United's Christian Dailly rolled a cross-shot across goal. The ball bounced off the post but Brewster was there to tap in.
It was Dundee United's first Scottish Cup victory, having previously played in six finals, but losing all of them. Dundee United manager Ivan Golac was the first manager from outside the United Kingdom to win the Scottish Cup.
Dundee United v Rangers