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The 1984 Scottish Cup Final was played on 19 May 1984 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 109th Scottish Cup. The previous year's winners and defending champions in the match were Aberdeen who had beaten Rangers in the 1983 final. Aberdeen had beaten Dundee 2–0 in their semi-final to reach the final whereas Celtic had beaten St Mirren 2–1. The holder's Aberdeen and Celtic contested the match, Aberdeen won the match 2–1, their goals were scored by Eric Black and Mark McGhee. This marked three consecutive Scottish Cup wins for Aberdeen.

1984 Scottish Cup Final
Event1983–84 Scottish Cup
(a.e.t.)
Date19 May 1984
VenueHampden Park, Glasgow
RefereeBob Valentine
Attendance58,900
1983
1985

Match detailsEdit

Aberdeen2 – 1 (a.e.t.)Celtic
Eric Black   23'
Mark McGhee   98'
Report (page 15) Paul McStay   86'
Attendance: 58,900
Referee: Bob Valentine
ABERDEEN:
GK   Jim Leighton
DF   Stewart McKimmie
DF   Alex McLeish
DF   Willie Miller
DF   Doug Rougvie   ?'
MF   Gordon Strachan
MF   Neale Cooper
MF   Neil Simpson
MF   Peter Weir   ?'
FW   Eric Black
FW   Mark McGhee
Substitutes:
MF   Billy Stark   ?'
MF   Dougie Bell   ?'
Manager:
  Alex Ferguson
CELTIC:
GK   Pat Bonner
DF   Danny McGrain
DF   Willie McStay
DF   Roy Aitken  
DF   Mark Reid   ?'
MF   Davie Provan
MF   Paul McStay   ?'
MF   Murdo MacLeod
MF   Tommy Burns
FW   Brian McClair
FW   Frank McGarvey
Substitutes:
DF   Graeme Sinclair   ?'
FW   Jim Melrose   ?'
Manager:
  David Hay

Road to the finalEdit

Aberdeen Round Celtic
Home team Score Away team Aberdeen scorer(s) Home team Score Away team Celtic scorer(s)
Aberdeen 2 – 0 Dundee Ian Porteous   28'
Gordon Strachan   89'
Semi-finals Celtic 2 – 1 St Mirren Brian McClair   29'
Paul McStay   81'
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