1974 European Cup Final


1974 European Cup Final

The 1974 European Cup Final was contested between FC Bayern Munich of Germany and Atlético Madrid of Spain. Two goals in extra time meant the two sides could not be separated, so a replay was played two days later. Bayern won this match convincingly, with two goals each from Uli Hoeneß and Gerd Müller, giving the German side a 4–0 victory.

Match Details

footballbox
date = May 15, 1974
team1 = FC Bayern Munich flagicon|GER
score = 1–1
(a.e.t.)
team2 = flagicon|Spain|1939 Atlético Madrid
goals1 = Schwarzenbeck goal|119
goals2 = Aragonés goal|114
stadium = Heysel Stadium, Brussels
attendance = 49,000
referee = Vital Loraux flagicon|BEL

Replay

footballbox
date = May 17, 1974
team1 = FC Bayern Munich flagicon|GER
score = 4–0
team2 = flagicon|Spain|1939 Atlético Madrid
goals1 = Hoeneß goal|38 goal|83 Müller goal|58 goal|71
goals2 =
stadium = Heysel Stadium, Brussels
attendance = 23,000
referee = Alfred Delcourt flagicon|BEL

ee also

*European Cup 1973-74

External links

* [http://www.uefa.com/competitions/UCL/history/Season=1973/intro.html 1973-74 season at UEFA website]
* [http://www.rsssf.com/ec/ecomp.html European Cup results at Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation]
* [http://www.europeancuphistory.com/euro74 European Cup History 1974]


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