Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Trophy Play-Off

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The last Inter-Cities Fairs Cup was contested in the 1970-71 season before it was replaced by the UEFA Cup, and a new trophy. The old trophy had not been won by any club permanently, so a one-off play-off game was arranged between FC Barcelona, who were the original winners and had held the trophy a total of three times with one final defeat, and Leeds United, who were the current holders and had won the competition twice and had been runners-up once. The game took place on 22 September 1971 at the Camp Nou.

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1971-09-22
FC Barcelona Spain 2–1 England Leeds United
Dueñas Goal 51' Goal 84' Jordan Goal 52'
Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: István Zsolt (Hungary)
FC BARCELONA:
GK 1 Spain Salvador Sadurní
2 Spain Joaquim Rifé
3 Spain Eladio
4 Spain Antoni Torres
5 Spain Gallego
6 Spain Quique Costas
7 Spain Carles Rexach
8 Spain Juan Carlos
9 Spain Dueñas
10 Spain Marcial
11 Spain Juan Manuel Asensi Substituted off 79'
Substitutes:
FW 12 Spain Josep Maria Fusté Substituted in 79'
Manager:
Netherlands Rinus Michels
LEEDS UNITED:
GK 1 Wales Gary Sprake
2 England Paul Reaney
3 England Nigel Davey
4 Scotland Billy Bremner
5 England Jack Charlton
6 England Norman Hunter
7 Scotland Peter Lorimer
8 Scotland Joe Jordan
9 England Rod Belfitt
10 Republic of Ireland Johnny Giles
11 England Chris Galvin
Manager:
England Don Revie

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