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 Barcelona XI (represented by Barcelona). Barcelona XI won the tie 8–2 on aggregate.

Match details[edit]

First leg[edit]

5 March 1958
London XI England 2–2 Spain Barcelona XI
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
Barcelona XI
GK 1 Wales Jack Kelsey
RB 2 England Peter Sillett
LB 3 England Jim Langley
RH 4 Northern Ireland Danny Blanchflower
CH 5 England Maurice Norman
LH 6 England Ken Coote
OR 7 England Vic Groves
IR 8 England Jimmy Greaves
CF 9 England Bobby Smith
IL 10 England Johnny Haynes
OL 11 England George Robb
Manager:
England Joe Mears
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]

1 May 1958
Barcelona XI Spain 6–0 England London XI
Suárez Goal 6'8'
Martínez Goal 42'
Evaristo Goal 52'75'
Vergés Goal 63'
Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 70,000
Referee: Albert Dusch (Switzerland)
Barcelona XI
London XI
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
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

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