1932–33 Scottish Cup

The 1932–33 Scottish Cup was the 55th staging of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The Cup was won by Celtic who defeated Motherwell in the final.[1]

1932–33 Scottish Cup
CountryScotland
ChampionsCeltic
Runners-upMotherwell

Fourth roundEdit

Team One Team Two Score
Celtic Albion Rovers 1-1 3-1
Hearts Hibernian 2-0
Motherwell Kilmarnock 3-3 8-3
Clyde Stenhousemuir 3-2

Semi-finalsEdit

Celtic0 – 0Hearts
Attendance: 87,000
Referee: T. Dougray

Motherwell2 – 0Clyde
MacFadyen  82'
Ferrier   85'
Ibrox Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: P. Craigmyle

ReplaysEdit


Celtic2 – 1Hearts
McGrory  
A. Thomson   75'
White   84'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 63,756
Referee: T. Dougray

FinalEdit

Celtic1 – 0Motherwell
McGrory  
Attendance: 102,339

TeamsEdit

Celtic:
GK Joe Kennaway
RB Bobby Hogg
LB Peter McGonagle
RH Peter Wilson
CH Jimmy McStay
LH Chic Geatons
OR Bertie Thomson
IR Alec Thomson
CF Jimmy McGrory
IL Charlie Napier
OL Hugh O'Donnell
Motherwell:
GK Allan McClory
RB Jimmy Crapnell
LB Ben Ellis
RH Hugh Wales
CH John Blair
LH Tommy McKenzie
OR John Murdoch
IR John McMenemy
CF Willie MacFadyen
IL George Stevenson
OL Bob Ferrier

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Celtic Again Cup Winners | Fatal Blunder by the Motherwell Defence". The Scotsman. 19 April 1933. Retrieved 29 November 2017 – via The Celtic Wiki.
  2. ^ a b Motherwell Reach Scottish Cup FInal | Inter-city Rivals To Meet Again At Hampden, The Glasgow Herald, 20 March 1933
  3. ^ Football | Celtic In Scottish Cup Final, The Glasgow Herald, 23 March 1933