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1966 Scottish League Cup Final

1966 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1966–67 Scottish League Cup
Date 29 October 1966
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance 94,532
1965
1967

The 1966 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 29 October 1966 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and it was the final of the 21st Scottish League Cup competition. The final was contested by the Old Firm rivals Rangers and Celtic for a third consecutive year. Celtic won the match 1–0, with Bobby Lennox scoring the only goal. This meant that Celtic completed the first leg of the Quadruple in 1966–67, as they won all three major Scottish domestic honours and the 1967 European Cup Final.

Match details

29 October 1966
Rangers 0 – 1 Celtic
Lennox Goal
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 94,532
RANGERS:
GK Scotland Norrie Martin
FB Denmark Kai Johansen
FB Scotland David Provan
RH Scotland John Greig
CH Scotland Ron McKinnon
LH Scotland Dave Smith
RW Scotland Willie Henderson
IF Scotland Bobby Watson
CF Scotland George McLean
IF Scotland Alex Smith
LW Scotland Willie Johnston Substituted off
Substitutes:
LW Scotland Davie Wilson Substituted in
Manager:
Scotland Scot Symon
CELTIC:
GK Scotland Ronnie Simpson
FB Scotland Tommy Gemmell
FB Scotland Willie O'Neill
RH Scotland Bobby Murdoch
CH Scotland Billy McNeill
LH Scotland John Clark
RW Scotland Jimmy Johnstone
IF Scotland Bobby Lennox
CF Scotland Joe McBride
IF Scotland Bertie Auld
LW Scotland John Hughes Substituted off
Substitutes:
FW Scotland Stevie Chalmers Substituted in
Manager:
Scotland Jock Stein

External links

  • Soccerbase

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