1989 in association football


1989 in association football

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cp=19th Century
c=20th Century
cf=21st Century
yp1=1986
yp2=1987
yp3=1988
year=1989
ya1=1990
ya2=1991
ya3=1992
dp3=1950s
dp2=1960s
dp1=1970s
d=1980s
dn1=1990s
dn2=2000s
dn3=2010s

This is a list of the football (soccer) events of the year 1989 throughout the world.

Events

*April 15 – Hillsborough disaster, that occurred at Hillsborough, before the FA Cup Semi-Final between Liverpool & Nottingham Forest.
*May 20 – FC Liverpool wins the FA Cup over Everton after 3-2 AET, thanks to two goals from Ian Rush.
*May 26 – Arsenal beat Liverpool FC 2-0 to dramatically win the English Football League First Division, thanks to an injury time goal from Michael Thomas.
*May 31 – Copa Libertadores is won by Atlético Nacional after defeating Olimpia Asunción 5-4 on a penalty shootout after a final aggregate score of 2-2.
*June 24 – In the final FIFA U-16 World Championship 1989, Saudi Arabia became surprising winners during the penalty shootout to Scotland in Glasgow.
*December 17 – Italy's AC Milan wins the Intercontinental Cup in Tokyo, Japan by defeating Colombia's Atlético Nacional in extra-time: 1-0. The only goal is scored by Alberigo Evani.

Winner club national championships

Europe

* France – Olympique de Marseille
* Italy: Internazionale Milano F.C.
*Netherlands:
**Eredivisie: PSV Eindhoven
**Eerste Divisie: Vitesse Arnhem
* Poland: Ruch Chorzów
* Portugal: SL Benfica
*Scotland: "For fuller coverage, see 1988-89 in Scottish football."
**Scottish Premier Division – Rangers
**Scottish Division One – Dunfermline Athletic
**Scottish Division Two – Albion Rovers
**Scottish FA Cup – Celtic
**Scottish League Cup– Rangers
* Spain: Real Madrid
* Sweden: IFK Norrköping

Central America

* Mexico: Club América

outh America

* Argentina: Independiente
* Brazil: Vasco da Gama
* Paraguay: Olimpia Asunción

International Tournaments

* Copa América in Brazil (July 1 – July 16, 1989):# fb|BRA:# fb|URU:# fb|ARG

National Teams

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Births

* January 7: Emiliano Insúa (Argentinian defender)
* March 1: Carlos Vela (Mexican forward)
* March 15: Ondřej Mazuch (Czech defender)
* March 16: Theo Walcott (English forward)
* March 31: Pablo Piatti (Argentinian forward)
* May 11: Giovani dos Santos (Mexican forward)
* June 2: Freddy Adu (American forward)
* July 16: Gareth Bale (Welsh defender)
* August 10: Ben Sahar (Israeli forward)
* September 1: Daniel Sturridge (English forward)
* September 2: Alexandre Pato (Brazilian forward)
* November 6: Josmer Altidore (American forward)
* ?: Chukwuma Akabueze (Nigerian midfielder)

Deaths

*April 24 – Franz Binder, Austrian footballer
*November 9 – Leen Vente (78), Dutch footballer

References

* [http://www.rsssf.com/nersssf.html Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation]
* [http://www.voetbalstats.nl/ VoetbalStats]


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