The 1985 Rous Cup was the first staging of the Rous Cup international football competition, initially established to continue the then-traditional annual game between rivals England and Scotland following the demise of the British Home Championship.
|Venue||Hampden Park, Glasgow|
|Referee||Michel Vautrot (France)|
The cup was won by Scotland, who defeated England 1–0 in the match played on 25 May 1985. Richard Gough scored the only goal of the game, a header in the 69th minute. This was to be the only time they lifted the Rous Cup during its five-year existence.
|Gough 69'||Report (Page 15)|
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