1966 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final

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1966 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final
Event Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 1965–66
First leg
Date 14 September 1966
Venue Camp Nou, Barcelona
Referee Istvan Zsolt (Hungary)
Attendance 50,000
Second leg
Date 21 September 1966
Venue La Romareda, Zaragoza
Referee Concetto lo Bello (Italy)
Attendance 33,000
1965
1967

The 1966 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final was the final of the eighth Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. It was played on 14 September and 21 September 1966 between CF Barcelona and Real Zaragoza of Spain. Barcelona won the tie 4–3 on aggregate.

Match details[edit]

First leg[edit]

1966-09-14
CF Barcelona Spain 0 – 1 Spain Real Zaragoza
Canário Goal 40'
Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Istvan Zsolt (Hungary)
CF BARCELONA:
GK 1 Spain Salvador Sadurní
' Uruguay Julio César Benítez
' Spain Eladio Silvestre
' Spain Ramón Montesinos
' Spain Gallego
' Spain Antoni Torres
' Spain Pedro Zaballa
' France Lucien Muller
' Spain José Antonio Zaldúa
' Spain Josep Maria Fusté
' Spain Luis Vidal
Manager:
Argentina Roque Olsen
REAL ZARAGOZA:
GK 1 Spain Enrique Yarza
' Spain José Ramon Irusquieta
' Spain Severino Reija
' Spain Antonio Pais
' Spain Francisco Santamaria
' Spain José Luis Violeta
' Brazil Spain Canário
' Spain Eleuterio Santos
' Spain Marcelino Martínez
' Spain Juan Manuel Villa
' Spain Carlos Lapetra
Manager:
Czechoslovakia Ferdinand Daučík

Second leg[edit]

1966-09-21
Real Zaragoza Spain 2 – 4 (a.e.t.) Spain CF Barcelona
Marcelino Goal 24' Goal 87'
Canário Red card 88'
Pujol Goal 3' Goal 85' Goal 120'
Zaballa Goal 70'
Torres Red card 88'
La Romareda, Zaragoza
Attendance: 33,000
Referee: Concetto lo Bello (Italy)
REAL ZARAGOZA:
GK 1 Spain Enrique Yarza
' Spain José Ramon Irusquieta
' Spain Severino Reija
' Spain Antonio Pais
' Spain Francisco Santamaria
' Spain José Luis Violeta
' Brazil Spain Canário
' Spain Eleuterio Santos
' Spain Marcelino Martínez
' Spain Juan Manuel Villa
' Spain Carlos Lapetra
Manager:
Czechoslovakia Ferdinand Daučík
CF BARCELONA:
GK 1 Spain Salvador Sadurní
' Spain Foncho
' Spain Eladio Silvestre
' Spain Ramón Montesinos
' Spain Gallego
' Spain Antoni Torres
' Spain Pedro Zaballa
' Spain Pedro Mas
' Spain José Antonio Zaldúa
' Spain Josep Maria Fusté
' Spain Lluís Pujol
Manager:
Argentina Roque Olsen

Barcelona win 4–3 on aggregate

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