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1958–59 Scottish Cup

1958–59 Scottish Cup
Country Scotland
Champions St. Mirren
Runners-up Aberdeen

The 1958-59 Scottish Cup was the 74th staging of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The Cup was won by St. Mirren who defeated Aberdeen in the final.

First round

Home team Score Away team
Aberdeen 2 – 1 East Fife
Babcock & Wilcox 4 – 0 Forres Mechanics
Celtic 4 – 0 Albion Rovers
Cowdenbeath 2 – 2 Dunfermline Athletic
Dumbarton 4 – 0 Buckie Thistle
East Stirlingshire 1 – 1 Dundee United
Forfar Athletic 1 – 3 Rangers
Fraserburgh 1 – 0 Dundee
Peebles Rovers 2 – 0 Ross County
Queen of the South 1 – 3 Hearts
Raith Rovers 1 – 1 Hibernian
Stenhousemuir 5 – 2 Eyemouth United
Stranraer 3 – 2 Berwick Rangers

Replays

Home team Score Away team
Dundee United 0 – 0 East Stirlingshire
Dunfermline Athletic 4 – 1 Cowdenbeath
Hibernian 2 – 1 Raith Rovers

Second Replays

Home team Score Away team
Dundee United 4 – 0 East Stirlingshire

Second round

Home team Score Away team
Celtic 1 – 1 Clyde
Aberdeen 3 – 0 Arbroath
Airdrieonians 2 – 7 Motherwell
Ayr United 3 – 0 Stranraer
Babcock & Wilcox 0 – 5 Greenock Morton
Brechin City 3 – 3 Alloa Athletic
Coldstream 0 – 4 Hamilton Academical
Dumbarton 2 – 8 Kilmarnock
Dundee United 0 – 4 Third Lanark
Fraserburgh 3 – 4 Stirling Albion
Hibernian 3 – 1 Falkirk
Montrose 0 – 1 Dunfermline Athletic
Rangers 3 – 2 Hearts
St. Johnstone 3 – 1 Queen’s Park
Stenhousemuir 1 – 3 Partick Thistle
St. Mirren 10-0 Peebles Rovers

Replays

Home team Score Away team
Clyde 3 – 4 Celtic
Alloa Athletic 3 – 1 Brechin City

Third round

Home team Score Away team
Celtic 2 – 1 Rangers
Dunfermline Athletic 2 – 1 Ayr United
Hamilton Academical 0 – 5 Kilmarnock
Hibernian 4 – 1 Partick Thistle
St. Johnstone 1 – 2 Aberdeen
St. Mirren 3 – 2 Motherwell
Stirling Albion 3 – 1 Greenock Morton
Third Lanark 3 – 2 Alloa Athletic

Quarter-finals

Home team Score Away team
Aberdeen 3 – 1 Kilmarnock
St. Mirren 2 – 1 Dunfermline Athletic
Stirling Albion 1 – 3 Celtic
Third Lanark 2 – 1 Hibernian

Semi-finals

4 April 1959
Aberdeen 1 – 1 Third Lanark
Norrie Davidson Goal 15' Tom Dick Goal 2'
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow
Attendance: 33,744
Referee: Willie Brittle

4 April 1959
St. Mirren 4 – 0 Celtic
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 73,855

Replays


8 April 1959
Aberdeen 1 – 0 Third Lanark
Norrie Davidson Goal 35'
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Willie Brittle

Final

25 April 1959
St. Mirren 3 – 1 Aberdeen
Bryceland Goal 43'
Miller Goal 65'
Baker Goal 76'
Baird Goal 89'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 108,591
Referee: Jim Mowat

Teams

St. Mirren:
GK Scotland Dave Walker
RB Scotland David Lapsley
LB Scotland John Wilson
RH Scotland Jackie Neilson
CH Scotland Jackie McGugan
LH Scotland Tommy Leishman
RW Scotland Jim Rodger
IR Scotland Tommy Bryceland
CF United States Gerry Baker
IL Scotland Tommy Gemmell
LW Scotland Ally Miller
Manager:
Scotland Willie Reid
ABERDEEN:
GK Scotland Fred Martin
RB Scotland Dave Caldwell
LB Scotland Jimmy Hogg
RH Scotland Ken Brownlee
CH Scotland Jim Clunie
LH Scotland Archie Glen
RW Scotland Dickie Ewen
IR Scotland Norrie Davidson
CF Scotland Hugh Baird
IL Scotland Bobby Wishart
LW England Jack Hather
Manager:
Scotland Davie Shaw

See also

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