1958 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final

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1958 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final
Event Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 1955–58
First leg
Date 5 March 1958
Venue Stamford Bridge, London
Referee Albert Dusch, (Switzerland)
Attendance 45,466
Second leg
Date 1 May 1958
Venue Camp Nou, Barcelona
Referee Albert Dusch, (Switzerland)
Attendance 70,000
1960

The 1958 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final was the final of the first Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. It was played on 5 March and 1 May 1958 between London XI of England and CF Barcelona of Spain. Barcelona won the tie 8–2 on aggregate.

Match details[edit]

First leg[edit]

1958-03-05
London XI England 2 – 2 Spain CF Barcelona
Greaves Goal 10'
Langley Goal 88' (pen.)
Martínez Goal 7'
Tejada Goal 35'
Stamford Bridge, London
Attendance: 45,466
Referee: Albert Dusch, Switzerland
LONDON XI:
GK 1 Wales Jack Kelsey
' England Peter Sillett
' England Jim Langley
' Northern Ireland Danny Blanchflower
' England Maurice Norman
' England Ken Coote
' England Vic Groves
' England Jimmy Greaves
' England Bobby Smith
' England Johnny Haynes
' England George Robb
Manager:
England Joe Mears
CF BARCELONA:
GK 1 Spain Pedro Estrems
' Spain Ferran Olivella
' Spain Joan Segarra
' Spain Martí Vergés
' Spain Enric Gensana
' Spain Enrique Ribelles
' Spain Estanislao Basora
' Brazil Evaristo
' SpainParaguay Eulogio Martínez
' Uruguay Ramón Villaverde
' Spain Justo Tejada
Manager:
Spain Domènec Balmanya

Second leg[edit]

1958-05-01
CF Barcelona Spain 6 – 0 England London XI
Suárez Goal 6' Goal 8'
Martínez Goal 42'
Evaristo Goal 52' Goal 75'
Vergés Goal 63'
Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 70,000
Referee: Albert Dusch, Switzerland
CF BARCELONA:
GK 1 Spain Antoni Ramallets
' Spain Ferran Olivella
' Spain Joan Segarra
' Spain Martí Vergés
' Spain Joaquin Brugue
' Spain Enric Gensana
' Spain Justo Tejada
' Brazil Evaristo
' SpainParaguay Eulogio Martínez
' Spain Luis Suárez
' Spain Estanislao Basora
Manager:
Spain Helenio Herrera
LONDON XI:
GK 1 Wales Jack Kelsey
' England George Wright
' Republic of Ireland Noel Cantwell
' Northern Ireland Danny Blanchflower
' England Kenneth Brown
' Wales Dave Bowen
' Wales Terry Medwin
' England Vic Groves
' England Bobby Smith
' England Jimmy Bloomfield
' England Jim Lewis
Manager:
England Billy Milne

CF Barcelona win 8-2 on aggregate

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