1977 Scottish Cup Final

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1977 Scottish Cup Final
Event 1976–77 Scottish Cup
Date 7 May 1977
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee Bob Valentine
Attendance 54,252
Weather Rain
1976
1978

The 1977 Scottish Cup Final was played on 7 May 1977 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 92nd Scottish Cup. Celtic and Rangers contested the match, Celtic won the match 1–0 with Andy Lynch scoring a penalty in the 20th minute after Johnstone was judged to have handled the ball on the line.

The match was the first Scottish Cup final to be televised live since the 1955 final. Rain and the televising of the match led to it having the lowest post-war attendance for a final to that date.

This was Jock Stein's 25th trophy as Celtic manager and the last one he won.

Match details[edit]

Final[edit]

Celtic 1 – 0 Rangers
Andy Lynch Goal 20' (pen.) Report (page 16)
Attendance: 54,252
Referee: Bob Valentine

Teams[edit]

CELTIC:
GK England Peter Latchford
DF Scotland Danny McGrain
DF Scotland Pat Stanton
DF Scotland Roddie MacDonald
DF Scotland Andy Lynch
MF Scotland Alfie Conn
MF Scotland Roy Aitken
MF Iceland Jóhannes Eðvaldsson
MF Scotland Paul Wilson
FW Scotland Kenny Dalglish
FW Scotland Joe Craig
Substitutes:
MF Scotland Tommy Burns
MF Scotland Johnny Doyle
Manager:
Scotland Jock Stein
RANGERS:
GK Scotland Stewart Kennedy
DF Scotland Sandy Jardine
DF Scotland Colin Jackson
DF Scotland John Greig
DF Scotland Tom Forsyth
MF Scotland Tommy McLean
MF Scotland Kenny Watson Substituted off 71'
MF Scotland Johnny Hamilton
MF Scotland Alex MacDonald
FW Scotland Derek Johnstone
FW Scotland Derek Parlane
Substitutes:
FW Scotland Chris Robertson Substituted in 71'
MF Scotland Alex Miller
Manager:
Scotland Jock Wallace

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