1902 Scottish Cup Final

The 1902 Scottish Cup Final was played on 26 April 1902 at Celtic Park in Glasgow and was the deciding match of the 29th season of the Scottish Cup. The match had been scheduled to be played at Ibrox Park on 12 April, but the first Ibrox disaster occurred the week earlier during the annual Scotland v England game.[1] This meant that the final was delayed by two weeks and moved to Celtic Park, although Celtic were one of the finalists.[1] Hibernian and Celtic contested the match. Hibernian won the match 1–0, by the 75th-minute goal from Andy McGeachan. This was Hibernian's last Scottish Cup triumph for 114 years until they finally won it again in 2016 after beating Rangers 3–2.[2]

1902 Scottish Cup Final
Event1901–02 Scottish Cup
Date26 April 1902
VenueCeltic Park, Glasgow


Hibernian1 – 0Celtic
McGeachan   75'
Attendance: 16,000


GK   Harry Rennie
RB   Archie Gray
LB   Robert Glen
RH   Bernard Breslin
CH   Jimmy Harrower
LH   Alex Robertson
OR   Johnny McCall
IR   Andy McGeachan
CF   John Divers
IL   Paddy Callaghan
OL   Bobby Atherton
  Dan McMichael
GK   Rab Macfarlane
RB   Hugh Watson
LB   Barney Battles, Sr.
RH   Willie Loney
CH   Henry Marshall
LH   Willie Orr
OR   William McCafferty
IR   Tommy McDermott
CF   Sandy McMahon
IL   George Livingstone
OL   Jimmy Quinn
  Willie Maley


  1. ^ a b "99 years and counting ..." BBC Sport. 23 May 2001.
  2. ^ Fisher, Stewart (21 May 2016). "Historic day for Hibs ends in another day of shame for Scottish football". The Herald. Newsquest. Retrieved 23 May 2016.