1891 Scottish Cup Final

The 1891 Scottish Cup Final was played on 7 February 1891 at the second Hampden Park (now known as Cathkin Park) in Glasgow and was the final of the 18th season of the Scottish Cup. Hearts and Dumbarton contested the match. Hearts won the match 1–0, thanks to a 15th-minute goal from Willie Mason.[1]

1891 Scottish Cup Final
Event1890–91 Scottish Cup
Date7 February 1891
VenueHampden Park, Glasgow
RefereeMr TR Park
Attendance14,000
1890
1892

FinalEdit

Heart of Midlothian1–0Dumbarton
Mason   15'
Attendance: 14,000

TeamsEdit

Hearts:[2]
GK   Jock Fairbairn
RB   Jimmy Adams
LB   George Goodfellow
RH   Isaac Begbie
CH   John McPherson
LH   Johnny Hill
OR   Willie Taylor
IR   Willie Mason
CF   Davie Russell
IL   George Scott
OL   Davie Baird
Dumbarton:[3]
GK   John McLeod
RB   Daniel Watson
LB   Alex Miller
RH   Thomas McMillan
CH   Dickie Boyle
LH   Leitch Keir
OR   Jack Taylor
IR   James Galbraith
CF   Hugh Mair
IL   James McNaught
OL   Jack Bell

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ On this day 1891: Hearts win first-ever trophy with Scottish Cup final win over Dumbarton, Edinburgh Evening News, 7 February 2020
  2. ^ "Sat 7 February 1891 Scottish Cup Hearts 1 Dumbarton 0". London Hearts Supporters Club. Retrieved 26 June 2011.
  3. ^ Heart of Midlothian 1 - 0 Dumbarton, The Sons Archive (archived version, 2017)

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