1974 European Cup Final

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1974 European Cup Final
1974 European Cup Final programme.jpg
Match programme cover
Event 1973–74 European Cup
Date 15 May 1974
Venue Heysel Stadium, Brussels
Referee Vital Loraux (Belgium)
Attendance 48,722
Replay
Date 17 May 1974
Venue Heysel Stadium, Brussels
Referee Alfred Delcourt (Belgium)
Attendance 23,283
1973
1975

The 1974 European Cup Final was contested between FC Bayern Munich of West Germany and Atlético Madrid of Spain. Schwarzenbeck goal in extra time meant the two sides could not be separated, so a replay was played two days later and denied Atletico their first European Cup glory as well as UEFA Plaque which they will eventually receive after their 2010 Europa League triumph. Bayern eventually won this match convincingly, with two goals each from Uli Hoeneß and Gerd Müller, giving the German side a 4–0 victory.[1][2] To date, this is the only European Cup/Champions League final to have been replayed.

Route to the final[edit]

For more details on this topic, see 1973–74 European Cup.
West Germany Bayern Munich Round Spain Atlético Madrid
Opponent Agg. 1st leg 2nd leg Opponent Agg. 1st leg 2nd leg
Sweden Åtvidaberg 4–4 (4–3 p) 3–1 (H) 1–3 (aet) (A) First round Turkey Galatasaray 1–0 0–0 (H) 1–0 (A)
East Germany Dynamo Dresden 7–6 4–3 (H) 3–3 (A) Second round Romania Dinamo București 4–2 2–0 (A) 2–2 (H)
Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 5–3 4–1 (H) 1–2 (A) Quarter-finals Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 2–0 2–0 (A) 0–0 (H)
Hungary Újpesti Dózsa 4–1 1–1 (A) 3–0 (H) Semi-finals Scotland Celtic 2–0 0–0 (A) 2–0 (H)

Match[edit]

Details[edit]

Bayern Munich
Atlético Madrid
GK 1 West Germany Sepp Maier
DF 2 Denmark Johnny Hansen
DF 3 West Germany Paul Breitner
DF 4 West Germany Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck
DF 5 West Germany Franz Beckenbauer (c)
MF 6 West Germany Franz Roth
MF 7 Sweden Conny Torstensson Substituted off 75'
MF 8 West Germany Rainer Zobel
FW 9 West Germany Gerd Müller
FW 10 West Germany Uli Hoeneß
MF 11 West Germany Jupp Kapellmann
Substitutes:
MF 12 West Germany Bernd Dürnberger Substituted in 75'
Manager:
West Germany Udo Lattek
Bayern Munich vs Atlético Madrid 1974-05-15.svg
GK 1 Spain Miguel Reina
DF 2 Spain Francisco Delgado Melo
DF 3 Spain José Luis Capón
MF 4 Spain Adelardo Rodríguez (c)
DF 5 Argentina Ramón Heredia
DF 6 Spain Eusebio Bejarano
FW 7 Spain José Ufarte Substituted off 60'
MF 8 Spain Luis Aragonés
FW 9 Spain José Eulogio Gárate
FW 10 Spain Javier Irureta YC 86'
MF 11 Spain Ignacio Salcedo Substituted off 85'
Substitutes:
FW 14 Spain Alberto Fernández Fernández Substituted in 85'
MF 15 Spain Heraldo Becerra Substituted in 60'
Manager:
Argentina Juan Carlos Lorenzo

Replay[edit]

17 May 1974
20:00 CEST
Atlético Madrid Spain 0–4 West Germany Bayern Munich
Report Hoeneß Goal 28'82'
Müller Goal 56'69'
Heysel Stadium, Brussels
Attendance: 23,283
Referee: Alfred Delcourt (Belgium)
Atlético Madrid
Bayern Munich
GK 1 Spain Miguel Reina
DF 2 Spain Francisco Delgado Melo
DF 3 Spain José Luis Capón
DF 4 Spain Adelardo Rodríguez Substituted off 59'
DF 5 Argentina Ramón Heredia
MF 6 Spain Eusebio Bejarano YC 51'
MF 7 Spain Ignacio Salcedo
MF 8 Spain Luis Aragonés (c)
FW 9 Spain José Eulogio Gárate
FW 10 Spain Alberto Fernández Fernández Substituted off 65'
FW 11 Spain Heraldo Becerra
Substitutes:
MF 14 Paraguay Domingo Benegas YC 73' Substituted in 59'
FW 16 Spain José Ufarte Substituted in 65'
Manager:
Argentina Juan Carlos Lorenzo
Bayern München-Atlético Madrid 1974-05-17.svg
GK 1 West Germany Sepp Maier
DF 2 Denmark Johnny Hansen
DF 3 West Germany Paul Breitner
DF 4 West Germany Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck
DF 5 West Germany Franz Beckenbauer (c)
MF 6 West Germany Franz Roth
MF 7 Sweden Conny Torstensson
MF 8 West Germany Rainer Zobel
FW 9 West Germany Gerd Müller YC 29'
FW 10 West Germany Uli Hoeneß
MF 11 West Germany Jupp Kapellmann
Manager:
West Germany Udo Lattek

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Atlético's previous European Cup final". UEFA.com. 30 April 2014. Retrieved 2 May 2014. 
  2. ^ "Seconds from ecstasy: the night Atlético Madrid threw away European glory". Guardian. 21 May 2014. Retrieved 21 May 2014. 

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