1965 European Cup Final

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1965 European Cup Final
1964–65 European Cup - Inter Milan's Suárez, Facchetti, Peiró and Bedin with the trophy.jpg
Internazionale's Suárez, Facchetti, Peiró and Bedin with the trophy
Event1964–65 European Cup
Date27 May 1965
VenueSan Siro, Milan
RefereeGottfried Dienst (Switzerland)

The 1965 European Cup Final was a football match played at the San Siro, Milan, on 27 May 1965 to determine the winner of the 1964–65 European Cup. Italian club Internazionale beat Portuguese club Benfica 1–0 to win the trophy for the second year in a row. It was the second of four European Cup finals where one of the teams played in its home stadium. It was also the most recent final (as of 2018) when the winning team played at their home stadium.

Route to the final[edit]

Italy Inter Milan Round Portugal Benfica
Opponent Agg. 1st leg 2nd leg Opponent Agg. 1st leg 2nd leg
Bye Prelim. round Luxembourg Aris Bonnevoie 10–2 5–1 (A) 5–1 (H)
Romania Dinamo București 7–0 6–0 (H) 1–0 (A) First round Switzerland La Chaux-de-Fonds 6–1 1–1 (A) 5–0 (H)
Scotland Rangers 3–2 3–1 (H) 0–1 (A) Quarter-finals Spain Real Madrid 6–3 5–1 (H) 1–2 (A)
England Liverpool 4–3 1–3 (A) 3–0 (H) Semi-finals Hungary Vasas ETO Győr 5–0 1–0 (A) 4–0 (H)



Internazionale Italy1–0Portugal Benfica
Jair Goal 43' Report
Attendance: 89,000[1]
GK 1 Italy Giuliano Sarti
RB 2 Italy Tarcisio Burgnich
LB 3 Italy Giacinto Facchetti
DM 4 Italy Gianfranco Bedin
CB 5 Italy Aristide Guarneri
SW 6 Italy Armando Picchi (c)
RW 7 Brazil Jair da Costa
FW 8 Italy Sandro Mazzola
FW 9 Spain Joaquín Peiró
CM 10 Spain Luis Suárez
CM 11 Italy Mario Corso
Argentina Helenio Herrera
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GK 1 Portugal Costa Pereira
RB 2 Portugal Domiciano Cavém
CB 3 Portugal Germano
CB 4 Portugal Raúl Machado
LB 5 Portugal Fernando Cruz
DM 6 Portugal José Neto
CM 7 Portugal Mário Coluna (c)
RF 8 Portugal José Augusto
CF 9 Portugal José Torres
CF 10 Portugal Eusébio
LF 11 Portugal António Simões
Romania Elek Schwartz

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "UEFA Champions League – Statistics Handbook 2012/13" (PDF). UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. p. 130. Retrieved 3 June 2019.

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