1974 Intercontinental Cup

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1974 Intercontinental Cup
on aggregate
First leg
Date12 March 1975
VenueLa Doble Visera, Avellaneda
Second leg
Date10 April 1975
VenueVicente Calderón Stadium, Madrid
1973
(not held in 1975) 1976

The 1974 Intercontinental Cup was a football tie held over two legs in March and April 1975 between Independiente, winners of the 1974 Copa Libertadores, and the runners up of the 1973–74 European Cup, Atlético Madrid (European Cup winners Bayern Munich declined to participate).[1]

The first leg was held on 12 March 1975 at the Estadio Libertadores de América, then known as La Doble Visera, home of Independiente. The match finished up as a 1-0 victory for the local team, with a goal scored by Agustín Balbuena in the 34th minute.[2]

Vicente Calderón Stadium hosted the return leg on 10 April 1975. Atlético de Madrid won the second leg 2-0. The goals came from Javier Irureta in the 23rd minute, and Rubén Ayala in the 85th minute. Atlético won on aggregate 2-1.[3][4]

Atlético Madrid is the only team that participated in the Intercontinental Cup as the runners-up of the European Cup and have won it. (Panathinaikos lost in 1971, Juventus lost in 1973, Borussia Mönchengladbach lost in 1977, Malmö FF lost in 1979 and Milan lost in 1993).

Match details[edit]

First leg[edit]

Independiente Argentina1–0Spain Atlético Madrid
Balbuena Goal 34' Report
Attendance: 60,000


Independiente
Atlético Madrid
GK 1 Argentina José A. Pérez
DF 4 Argentina Eduardo Commisso
DF 2 Argentina Miguel A. López
MF 6 Argentina Francisco Sá
DF 3 Uruguay Ricardo Pavoni
MF 8 Argentina Aldo Rodríguez Substituted off 57'
MF 5 Argentina Rubén Galván
MF 10 Argentina Ricardo Bochini
FW 7 Argentina Agustín Balbuena
FW 9 Peru Percy Rojas
FW 11 Argentina Daniel Bertoni Substituted off 83'
Substitutes:
DF Argentina Alejandro Semenewicz Substituted in 57'
FW Argentina Luis Giribet Substituted in 83'
Manager:
Argentina Roberto Ferreiro
GK 1 Spain Miguel Reina
DF 2 Spain Francisco Delgado Melo
DF 3 Argentina Ramón Heredia
DF 4 Paraguay Domingo Benegas
DF 5 Spain José Luis Capón
MF 6 Spain Eusebio Bejarano
MF 7 Spain Alberto Fernández Fernández Substituted off 46'
MF 8 Spain Adelardo
FW 9 Spain Javier Irureta
FW 10 Spain José Eulogio Gárate
FW 11 Argentina Rubén Ayala
Substitutes:
MF Spain Heraldo Becerra Substituted in 46'
Manager:
Spain Luis Aragonés

Second leg[edit]


Atlético Madrid
Independiente
GK 1 Spain José Pacheco Gómez
DF 2 Spain Francisco Delgado Melo
DF 3 Argentina Ramón Heredia
DF 4 Spain Francisco Aguilar
DF 5 Spain José Luis Capón
MF 6 Spain Eusebio Bejarano
MF 7 Spain Alberto Fernández Fernández Substituted off 27'
MF 8 Spain Adelardo
FW 9 Spain Javier Irureta
FW 10 Spain José Eulogio Gárate
FW 11 Argentina Rubén Ayala
Substitutes:
MF Spain Ignacio Salcedo Substituted in 27'
Manager:
Spain Luis Aragonés
GK 1 Argentina José A. Pérez
DF 4 Argentina Eduardo Commisso
DF 2 Argentina Miguel A. López
MF 6 Argentina Osvaldo Carrica
DF 3 Uruguay Ricardo Pavoni
MF 8 Argentina Hugo Saggiorato
MF 5 Argentina Rubén Galván
MF 10 Argentina Ricardo Bochini
FW 7 Argentina Agustín Balbuena
FW 9 Peru Percy Rojas Substituted off 62'
FW 11 Argentina Daniel Bertoni
Substitutes:
DF Argentina Aldo Rodríguez Substituted in 62'
Manager:
Argentina Roberto Ferreiro

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Aquella Intercontinental del Atlético by Alfredo Relaño on El País, 21 Dec 2014
  2. ^ Intercontinental Club Cup 1974 by Osvaldo Gorgazzi on the RSSSF
  3. ^ Copa Intercontinental 1974, 30 May 2016
  4. ^ La Copa Intercontinental, el título más grande del Calderón by Iván Fuente, Marca, (Archive, 12 Apr 2017)