1962 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final

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1962 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final
Event Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 1961–62
First leg
Date 8 September 1962
Venue Estadio Mestalla, Valencia
Referee Joseph Barberan, (France)
Attendance 65,000
Second leg
Date 12 September 1962
Venue Camp Nou, Barcelona
Referee Giulio Campanati, (Italy)
Attendance 60,000
1961
1963

The 1962 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final was the final of the fourth Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. It was played on 8 September and 12 September 1962 between Valencia CF and CF Barcelona of Spain. Valencia won the tie 7–3 on aggregate.

Match details[edit]

First leg[edit]

1962-09-08
Valencia CF Spain 6 – 2 Spain CF Barcelona
Yosu Goal 14' Goal 42'
Guillot Goal 35' Goal 54' Goal 67'
Núñez Goal 74'
Kocsis Goal 4' Goal 20'
Estadio Mestalla, Valencia
Attendance: 65,000
Referee: Joseph Barberan, (France)
VALENCIA CF:
GK 1 Spain Ricardo Zamora de Grassa
' Spain Vicente Piquer
' Spain Manuel Mestre
' Spain José Sastre
' Spain Juan Carlos Quincoces
' Brazil Chicão
' Uruguay Héctor Núñez
' Spain Enrique Ribelles
' Brazil Waldo
' Spain Vicente Guillot
' Spain Nando Yosu
Manager:
Argentina Alejandro Scopelli
CF BARCELONA:
GK 1 Spain José Manuel Pesudo
' Uruguay Julio César Benítez
' Spain Rodri
' Spain Ferran Olivella
' Spain Martí Vergés
' Spain Sígfrid Gràcia
' Spain Luis Cubilla
' Hungary Sándor Kocsis
' Paraguay Cayetano Ré
' Uruguay Ramón Villaverde
' Spain Antonio Camps
Manager:
SpainHungaryCzechoslovakia Ladislao Kubala

Second leg[edit]

1962-09-12
CF Barcelona Spain 1 – 1 Spain Valencia CF
Kocsis Goal 46' Guillot Goal 87'
Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Giulio Campanati, (Italy)
CF BARCELONA:
GK 1 Spain José Manuel Pesudo
' Uruguay Julio César Benítez
' Spain Jesús Garay
' Spain Josep Maria Fusté
' Spain Martí Vergés
' Spain Sígfrid Gràcia
' Spain Luis Cubilla
' Hungary Sándor Kocsis
' Belgium Fernand Goyvaerts
' Uruguay Ramón Villaverde
' Spain Antonio Camps
Manager:
SpainHungaryCzechoslovakia Ladislao Kubala
VALENCIA CF:
GK 1 Spain Ricardo Zamora de Grassa
' Spain Vicente Piquer
' Spain Manuel Mestre
' Spain José Sastre
' Spain Juan Carlos Quincoces
' Brazil Chicão
' Uruguay Héctor Núñez
' Spain José Antonio Urtiaga
' Brazil Waldo
' Spain Vicente Guillot
' Spain Nando Yosu
Manager:
Argentina Alejandro Scopelli

Valencia CF win 7–3 on aggregate

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