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1969 Scottish League Cup Final (April)

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1969 Scottish League Cup Final (April)

1969 Scottish League Cup Final
Event 1968–69 Scottish League Cup
Date 5 April 1969
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance 74,240

The first 1969 Scottish League Cup Final was played on 5 April 1969 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 23rd Scottish League Cup competition. The final was contested by Hibernian and Celtic. Celtic won a one-sided match by 6–2, with Bobby Lennox scoring a hat-trick. Bertie Auld, Jim Craig and Willie Wallace scored Celtic's other goals, while Jimmy O'Rourke and Eric Stevenson scored for Hibs.

The Final was originally scheduled for 28 October 1968, but was postponed until April because a fire destroyed part of the south stand at Hampden Park.[1]

Match details

5 April 1969
Hibernian 2 – 6 Celtic
O'Rourke Goal
Stevenson Goal
Lennox Goal Goal Goal
Auld Goal
Craig Goal
Wallace Goal
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 74,240
GK Scotland Thomson Allan
RB Scotland Chris Shevlane
LB Scotland Joe Davis
RH Scotland Pat Stanton
CH Denmark John Madsen
LH Scotland John Blackley
RW Scotland Peter Marinello
IF Scotland Pat Quinn
CF Scotland Peter Cormack
IF Scotland Jimmy O'Rourke
LW Scotland Eric Stevenson
IF Scotland Willie Hunter
Scotland Bob Shankly
GK Scotland John Fallon
FB Scotland Jim Craig
FB Scotland Tommy Gemmell Substituted off 45'
RH Scotland Bobby Murdoch
CH Scotland Billy McNeill
LH Scotland Jim Brogan
RW Scotland Jimmy Johnstone
IF Scotland Willie Wallace
CF Scotland Stevie Chalmers
IF Scotland Bertie Auld
LW Scotland Bobby Lennox
LH Scotland John Clark Substituted in 45'
Scotland Jock Stein



External links

  • Soccerbase

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