1970 Intercontinental Cup

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1970 Intercontinental Cup
on aggregate
First leg
Date26 August 1970
VenueLa Bombonera, Buenos Aires
Second leg
Date9 September 1970
VenueDe Kuip, Rotterdam
1969
1971

The 1970 Intercontinental Cup was a football tie held over two legs in August and September 1970 between the winners of the 1969–70 European Cup, Feyenoord, and winners of the 1970 Copa Libertadores, Estudiantes.

The first leg was held on 26 August 1970 at La Bombonera in Buenos Aires, and ended in a 2–2 draw, with goals from Juan Echecopar and Juan Ramón Verón for Estudiantes and Willem van Hanegem and Ove Kindvall for Feyenoord. The return leg was held on 9 September 1970 at De Kuip in Rotterdam, which was won by Feyenoord 1–0 through a goal by Joop van Daele.

This was the first Intercontinental Cup title for Feyenoord in their first final appearance. Feyenoord never reached the Intercontinental Cup final again before the competition was made defunct in 2004 and merged into today's FIFA Club World Cup. On the other hand, this was the third consecutive final appearance for Estudiantes, having won in 1968 and lost in 1969. They also never appeared in the Intercontinental Cup final again.

First leg[edit]

Match details[edit]

Estudiantes Argentina2–2Netherlands Feyenoord
Echecopar Goal 6'
Verón Goal 12'
(Report) van Hanegem Goal 21'
Kindvall Goal 67'
Attendance: 50,500


Estudiantes
Feyenoord
GK 1 Argentina Néstor Martín Errea
DF 2 Argentina Rubén Pagnanini
DF 3 Argentina Hugo Spadaro
DF 4 Argentina Néstor Togneri
DF 5 Argentina Oscar Malbernat
MF 6 Argentina Carlos Bilardo Substituted off 84'
MF 7 Argentina Carlos Pachamé
MF 8 Argentina Juan Miguel Echecopar Substituted off 84'
FW 9 Argentina Marcos Conigliario
FW 10 Argentina Eduardo Flores
FW 11 Argentina Juan Ramón Verón
Substitutes:
MF 12 Argentina Jorge Solari Substituted in 84'
MF 13 Argentina Christian Rudzki Substituted in 84'
Manager:
Argentina Osvaldo Zubeldía
GK 1 Netherlands Eddy Treijtel
DF 2 Netherlands Piet Romeijn
DF 3 Netherlands Rinus Israël
DF 4 Netherlands Theo Laseroms
DF 5 Netherlands Theo van Duivenbode
MF 6 Austria Franz Hasil
MF 7 Netherlands Wim Jansen
MF 8 Netherlands Willem van Hanegem Substituted off 73'
FW 9 Netherlands Henk Wery
FW 10 Sweden Ove Kindvall
FW 11 Netherlands Coen Moulijn
Substitutes:
MF 12 Netherlands Johan Boskamp Substituted in 73'
Manager:
Austria Ernst Happel

Second leg[edit]

Match details[edit]

Feyenoord Netherlands1–0Argentina Estudiantes
van Daele Goal 63' (Report)
Attendance: 63,475
Referee: Peru Alberto Tejada Burga


Feyenoord
Estudiantes
GK 1 Netherlands Eddy Treijtel
DF 2 Netherlands Piet Romeijn
DF 3 Netherlands Rinus Israël
DF 4 Netherlands Theo Laseroms
DF 5 Netherlands Theo van Duivenbode
MF 6 Austria Franz Hasil Substituted off 46'
MF 7 Netherlands Wim Jansen
MF 8 Netherlands Willem van Hanegem
FW 9 Netherlands Henk Wery
FW 10 Sweden Ove Kindvall
FW 11 Netherlands Coen Moulijn Substituted off 61'
Substitutes:
DF 12 Netherlands Johan Boskamp Substituted in 46'
DF 13 Netherlands Joop van Daele Substituted in 61'
Manager:
Austria Ernst Happel
GK 1 Argentina Oscar Pezzano
DF 2 Argentina Oscar Malbernat
DF 3 Argentina Hugo Spadaro
DF 4 Argentina Néstor Togneri
DF 5 Argentina José Hugo Medina
MF 6 Argentina Carlos Bilardo
MF 7 Argentina Carlos Pachamé
MF 8 Argentina Daniel Romero Substituted off 61'
FW 9 Argentina Marcos Conigliario Substituted off 51'
FW 10 Argentina Eduardo Flores
FW 11 Argentina Juan Ramón Verón
Substitutes:
MF 16 Argentina Christian Rudzki Substituted in 51'
DF 14 Argentina Rubén Pagnanini Substituted in 61'
Manager:
Argentina Osvaldo Zubeldía

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