1980 Copa del Rey Final
|Event||1979–80 Copa del Rey|
|Date||4 June 1980|
|Venue||Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid|
|Referee||Ángel Franco Martínez|
The 1980 Copa del Rey Final was the 78th final of the King's Cup, Spain's premier football competition. The final was played at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid, on 4 June 1980, and was won by Real Madrid, who beat their own reserve team Castilla 6–1.
With goals from Juanito and Santillana, Castilla fell to a 2-0 deficit by half-time. After 45 minutes of play, Andrés Sabido and Vicente del Bosque added a third and a fourth either side of the hour mark to create an insurmountable gap between the two sides.
Castilla’s Ricardo Álvarez managed to narrow the deficit with ten minutes remaining. According to McTear this gesture just provoked the senior side, who had been winding the clock down for the last minutes. Seconds after Castilla scored, substitute Francisco García Hernández made it 5-1 before a last minute Juanito penalty sealed off a 6-1 triumph. After the final whistle both teams celebrated with the trophy.
|Real Madrid||6 – 1||Castilla|
|Juanito 20', 89'
Del Bosque 62'
García Hernández 82'
|Report ‹See Tfd›(in Spanish)||Álvarez 80'|
- "Copa del Rey 1979-80". Linguasport (in Spanish). Retrieved 17 May 2017.
- McTear, Euan (19 May 2016). "When Real Madrid Castilla reached the Copa del Rey final and played in Europe". These Football Times. Retrieved 17 May 2017.