1994 Scottish Cup Final

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1994 Scottish Cup Final
Event 1993–94 Scottish Cup
Date 21 May 1994
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee Douglas Hope
Attendance 37,450

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.[1] 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.[1] Dundee United manager Ivan Golac was the first manager from outside the United Kingdom to win the Scottish Cup.[2]

Match details[edit]

21 May 1994
15:00 BST
Dundee United 1 – 0 Rangers
Brewster Goal 47' Report
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 37,450
Referee: Douglas Hope (Erskine)


GK 1 Netherlands Guido van de Kamp
DF 3 Scotland Maurice Malpas
DF 5 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Gordan Petrić
DF 6 Scotland Brian Welsh
RM 4 Scotland Jim McInally
MF 7 Scotland David Bowman
MF 8 Scotland David Hannah
LM 2 Scotland Alex Cleland
RW 11 Scotland Christian Dailly
CF 10 Scotland Craig Brewster
LW 9 Scotland Andy McLaren Substituted off 86'
FW 12 Trinidad and Tobago Jerren Nixon Substituted in 86'
DF 14 Scotland Gary Bollan
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivan Golac
GK 1 Scotland Ally Maxwell
DF 2 England Gary Stevens Substituted off 23'
DF 4 Scotland Richard Gough
DF 5 Scotland Dave McPherson
DF 3 Scotland David Robertson
MF 7 Scotland Neil Murray
MF 8 Scotland Ian Ferguson
MF 6 Scotland Stuart McCall
FW 11 Scotland Gordon Durie
FW 10 England Mark Hateley
FW 9 Scotland Ally McCoist Substituted off 75'
MF 12 Ukraine Alexei Mikhailichenko Substituted in 23'
FW 14 Scotland Duncan Ferguson Substituted in 75'
Scotland Walter Smith


  1. ^ a b "Ross County can be cup final heroes, says Brewster". BBC Sport. BBC. 11 May 2010. Retrieved 21 December 2016. 
  2. ^ "Foreign managers to lift the William Hill Scottish Cup". Scottish Football Association. 2 February 2016. Retrieved 21 December 2016.