1970 European Cup Final

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1970 European Cup Final
Event 1969–70 European Cup
After extra time
Date 6 May 1970
Venue San Siro, Milan
Referee Concetto Lo Bello (Italy)
Attendance 53,187

The 1970 European Cup Final was a football match held at the San Siro, Milan, on 6 May 1970, that saw Feyenoord of the Netherlands defeat Celtic of Scotland 2-1 after extra time. Ove Kindvall's goal in the 117th minute meant the trophy was going to a Dutch club for the first time. It remains Feyenoord's only European Cup triumph. The match nearly never took place due to massive strikes throughout Italy during 1970 (The Italian FA backed down to ensure that their own clubs would be able to compete in further UEFA competitions). A match programme was never issued for this final; it is unknown whether one was ever printed.

Match details[edit]

6 May 1970
Feyenoord Netherlands 2–1 (a.e.t.) Scotland Celtic
Israël Goal 32'
Kindvall Goal 116'

Report UEFA MatchCentre

Gemmell Goal 30'
San Siro, Milan
Attendance: 53,187
Referee: Concetto Lo Bello (Italy)
GK 1 Netherlands Eddy Pieters Graafland
RB 2 Netherlands Piet Romeijn Substituted off 105+2'
CB 3 Netherlands Rinus Israël (c)
CB 4 Netherlands Theo Laseroms
LB 5 Netherlands Theo van Duivenbode
RM 6 Austria Franz Hasil
CM 7 Netherlands Wim Jansen
RF 8 Netherlands Henk Wery
CF 9 Sweden Ove Kindvall
LM 10 Netherlands Willem van Hanegem
LF 11 Netherlands Coen Moulijn
MF 15 Netherlands Guus Haak Substituted in 105+2'
Austria Ernst Happel
Feyenoord-Celtic 1970-05-06.svg
GK 1 Scotland Evan Williams
RB 2 Scotland David Hay
LB 3 Scotland Tommy Gemmell
CM 4 Scotland Bobby Murdoch
CB 5 Scotland Billy McNeill (c)
CB 6 Scotland Jim Brogan
RF 7 Scotland Jimmy Johnstone
CF 8 Scotland Willie Wallace
CF 9 Scotland John Hughes
CM 10 Scotland Bertie Auld Substituted off 77'
LF 11 Scotland Bobby Lennox
MF 14 Scotland George Connelly Substituted in 77'
Scotland Jock Stein

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