UEFA Euro 1980 Final

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UEFA Euro 1980 Final
Stadio Olimpico 2008.JPG
The Stadio Olimpico held the final
EventUEFA Euro 1980
Date22 June 1980 (1980-06-22)
VenueStadio Olimpico, Rome
RefereeNicolae Rainea (Romania)[1]
Attendance47,860[1]
1976
1984

The UEFA Euro 1980 Final was a football match played on 22 June 1980 at Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy to determine the winner of UEFA Euro 1980. The match featured West Germany, runners-up in the previous edition of the competition, and Belgium.

Germany went on to win the match 2–1 after two goals by Horst Hrubesch, interposed by a Belgian penalty successfully converted by René Vandereycken.[2] [3][4]

Road to the final[edit]

Qualification
Germany Belgium
Opponents Results Opponents Results
Turkey 2–0, 0–0 Austria 1–1, 0–0
Wales 5–1, 2–0 Portugal 2–0, 1–1
Malta 8–0, 0–0 Scotland 2–0, 3–1
Norway 1–1, 2–1
Tournament
Czechoslovakia 1–0 Italy 0–0
Netherlands 3–2 England 1–1
Greece 0–0 Spain 2–1

Match[edit]

Details[edit]

Belgium 1–2 West Germany
Report
Attendance: 47,860[1]
Belgium
West Germany
GK 12 Jean-Marie Pfaff
RB 2 Eric Gerets
CB 4 Walter Meeuws
CB 3 Luc Millecamps Yellow card 35'
LB 5 Michel Renquin
RM 6 Julien Cools (c)
CM 8 Wilfried Van Moer
CM 7 René Vandereycken Yellow card 55'
LM 17 Raymond Mommens
CF 9 François Van der Elst Yellow card 89'
CF 11 Jan Ceulemans
Manager:
Guy Thys
BEL-FRG 1980-06-22.svg
GK 1 Harald Schumacher
SW 15 Uli Stielike
CB 5 Bernard Dietz (c)
CB 4 Karlheinz Förster Yellow card 59'
RWB 20 Manfred Kaltz
LWB 2 Hans-Peter Briegel Substituted off 55'
CM 6 Bernd Schuster
CM 10 Hansi Müller
AM 8 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
CF 9 Horst Hrubesch
CF 11 Klaus Allofs
Substitutions:
MF 3 Bernhard Cullmann Substituted in 55'
Manager:
Jupp Derwall

Match rules

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "European Football Championship 1980 FINAL". euro2000.org. Union of European Football Associations. Archived from the original on 17 August 2000. Retrieved 26 December 2017. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  2. ^ "Hrubesch crowns West German revival". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. Archived from the original on 28 October 2011. Retrieved 26 January 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  3. ^ Brewin, John (1 May 2008). "European Championships 1980". ESPNSoccernet.com. ESPN. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
  4. ^ "Germans are Champions". Glasgow Herald. 23 June 1980. Retrieved 11 February 2016.

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