1930–31 Scottish Cup

The 1930–31 Scottish Cup was the 53rd staging of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The Cup was won by Celtic who defeated Motherwell in the replayed final.[1][2]

1930–31 Scottish Cup
CountryScotland
ChampionsCeltic
Runners-upMotherwell

Fourth roundEdit

Team One Team Two Score
Celtic Aberdeen 4-0
Bo'ness Kilmarnock 1-1 0-5
Cowdenbeath Motherwell 0-1
Third Lanark St Mirren 1-1 0-3

Semi-finalsEdit

Celtic3 – 0Kilmarnock
Attendance: 53,973

Motherwell1 – 0St Mirren
Attendance: 39,119

FinalEdit

Celtic2 – 2[1]Motherwell
McGrory  
Craig   (o.g.)
Stevenson  
McMenemy  
Attendance: 104,863

ReplayEdit


Celtic4 – 2[2]Motherwell
B. Thomson   
McGrory   
Murdoch  
Stevenson  
Attendance: 98,509

TeamsEdit

Celtic:
GK John Thomson
RB Billy Cook
LB Peter McGonagle
RH Peter Wilson
CH Jimmy McStay
LH Chic Geatons
OR Bertie Thomson
IR Alec Thomson
CF Jimmy McGrory
IL Peter Scarff
OL Charlie Napier
Replay: Unchanged
Motherwell:
GK Allan McClory
RB John Johnman
LB Sandy Hunter
RH Hugh Wales
CH Allan Craig
LH Willie Telfer
OR John Murdoch
IR John McMenemy
CF Willie MacFadyen
IL George Stevenson
OL Bob Ferrier
Replay: Unchanged

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Cup Final Thrill | Celtic Equalise in the Last Minute". The Scotsman. 13 April 1931. Retrieved 29 November 2017 – via The Celtic Wiki.
  2. ^ a b "Celtic Win Scottish Cup | Motherwell Outplayed for 60 Minutes". The Glasgow Herald. 16 April 1931. Retrieved 29 November 2017 – via The Celtic Wiki.

External linksEdit