Umbro Cup

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Umbro Cup
Tournament details
Host country England
Dates 3 – 11 June 1995
Teams 4 (from 3 confederations)
Venue(s) 5 (in 5 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Brazil
Runners-up  England
Third place  Sweden
Fourth place  Japan
Tournament statistics
Matches played 6
Goals scored 21 (3.5 per match)
Attendance 175,517 (29,253 per match)
Top scorer(s) Sweden Kennet Andersson
(3 goals)

The Umbro Cup was a friendly international football competition, which took place in June 1995 in England. The trophy was sponsored by the sports brand Umbro, the manufacturers of England's kit.

Host nation England, Sweden, Japan and world champions Brazil participated in the tournament. Brazil were the eventual champions, after winning all three of their games.

The staging of the competition served as an rehearsal for England's hosting of UEFA Euro 1996 the following summer. Matches took place at Wembley, Elland Road, Goodison Park, Villa Park and the City Ground. During the course of the competition, England played their first home game away from Wembley since the 1966 FIFA World Cup.

Venues[edit]

London Liverpool Birmingham Leeds Nottingham
Wembley Goodison Park Villa Park Elland Road City Ground
Old Wembley Stadium (external view).jpg Goodison Park Villaparkfromtopofholte.jpg Elland Road, Leeds.JPG Nottingham MMB 15 City Ground.jpg

Results[edit]

All times listed are British Summer Time (UTC+1)

England vs Japan[edit]

3 June 1995
14:00
England  2 – 1  Japan
Anderton Goal 48'
Platt Goal 88' (pen.)
Report Ihara Goal 62'
Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 21,142
Referee: Jaap Uilenberg (Netherlands)
ENGLAND:
GK 1 Tim Flowers (Blackburn Rovers)
DF 12 Gary Neville (Manchester United)
DF 5 John Scales (Liverpool)
DF 15 David Unsworth (Everton)
DF 14 Stuart Pearce (Nottingham Forest)
MF 11 Darren Anderton (Tottenham Hotspur)
MF 7 David Platt (Sampdoria) (c)
MF 4 David Batty (Blackburn Rovers) Substituted off 68'
MF 8 Peter Beardsley (Newcastle United) YC Substituted off 68'
FW 9 Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers)
FW 6 Stan Collymore (Nottingham Forest) Substituted off 76'
Substitutes:
GK 13 Ian Walker (Tottenham Hotspur)
MF 17 Steve McManaman (Liverpool) Substituted in 68'
MF 19 Paul Gascoigne (Lazio) Substituted in 68'
DF 21 Colin Cooper (Nottingham Forest)
FW 22 Teddy Sheringham (Tottenham Hotspur) Substituted in 76'
Manager:
Terry Venables
JAPAN:
GK 13 Kazuya Maekawa (Sanfrecce Hiroshima)
DF 19 Kazuaki Tasaka (Bellmare Hiratsuka)
DF 5 Tetsuji Hashiratani (Verdy Kawasaki) (c) Red card 87'
DF 4 Masami Ihara (Yokohama Marinos)
MF 2 Akira Narahashi (Bellmare Hiratsuka)
MF 15 Hiroaki Morishima (Cerezo Osaka) Substituted off 81'
MF 6 Motohiro Yamaguchi (Yokohama Flügels)
MF 8 Tsuyoshi Kitazawa (Verdy Kawasaki)
MF 20 Naoki Soma (Kashima Antlers) Substituted off 74'
FW 11 Kazuyoshi Miura (Verdy Kawasaki)
FW 14 Masashi Nakayama (Júbilo Iwata) Substituted off 65'
Substitutes:
GK 1 Nobuyuki Kojima (Bellmare Hiratsuka)
MF 3 Hiroshige Yanagimoto (Sanfrecce Hiroshima) Substituted in 74'
FW 9 Hisashi Kurosaki (Kashima Antlers) Substituted in 65'
MF 16 Masahiro Fukuda (Urawa Red Diamonds) Substituted in 81'
DF 17 Norio Omura (Yokohama Marinos)
Manager:
Shu Kamo

Brazil vs Sweden[edit]

4 June 1995
16:00
Brazil  1 – 0  Sweden
Edmundo Goal 42' Report
Villa Park, Birmingham
Attendance: 20,131
Referee: Dick Jol (Netherlands)
BRAZIL:
GK 1 Zetti (São Paulo)
DF 2 Jorginho (Bayern Munich)
DF 3 Aldair (Roma) YC
DF 4 Ronaldão (Shimizu S-Pulse)
DF 6 Roberto Carlos (Palmeiras)
MF 8 Dunga (VfB Stuttgart) (c)
MF 5 César Sampaio (Yokohama Flügels) Substituted off 77'
MF 11 Zinho (Yokohama Flügels)
FW 10 Juninho Paulista (São Paulo)
FW 7 Edmundo (Flamengo)
FW 9 Ronaldo (PSV)
Substitutes:
DF 12 Cafu (Real Zaragoza)
GK 13 Gilmar Rinaldi (Cerezo Osaka)
DF 14 André Cruz (Napoli) Substituted in 77'
MF 19 Leonardo (Kashima Antlers)
FW 20 Rivaldo (Palmeiras)
Manager:
Mário Zagallo
SWEDEN:
GK 12 Bengt Andersson (ÖIS)
DF 14 Pontus Kåmark (IFK Göteborg)
DF 15 Teddy Lučić (Västra Frölunda)
DF 4 Joachim Björklund (IFK Göteborg)
DF 5 Roger Ljung (MSV Duisburg)
MF 9 Jonas Thern (Roma) (c) Substituted off 46'
MF 16 Niclas Alexandersson (Halmstads BK)
MF 8 Håkan Mild (Servette)
MF 21 Magnus Erlingmark (IFK Göteborg)
FW 10 Martin Dahlin (Borussia Mönchengladbach) YC Substituted off 78'
FW 11 Kennet Andersson (Caen) Substituted off 67'
Substitutes:
GK 1 Thomas Ravelli (IFK Göteborg)
DF 2 Gary Sundgren (AIK)
FW 17 Henrik Larsson (Feyenoord) Substituted in 67'
MF 19 Niklas Gudmundsson (Halmstads BK) Substituted in 46'
FW 21 Dick Lidman (AIK) Substituted in 78'
Manager:
Tommy Svensson

Japan vs Brazil[edit]

6 June 1995
20:00
Japan  0 – 3  Brazil
Report Roberto Carlos Goal 7'
Zinho Goal 52'64'
Goodison Park, Liverpool
Attendance: 29,327
Referee: Jim McCluskey (Scotland)
JAPAN:
GK 1 Nobuyuki Kojima (Bellmare Hiratsuka)
SW 4 Masami Ihara (Yokohama Marinos)
DF 2 Akira Narahashi (Bellmare Hiratsuka)
DF 19 Kazuaki Tasaka (Bellmare Hiratsuka) Substituted off 80'
DF 17 Norio Omura (Yokohama Marinos)
DF 20 Naoki Soma (Kashima Antlers)
MF 15 Hiroaki Morishima (Cerezo Osaka) Substituted off 67'
MF 8 Tsuyoshi Kitazawa (Verdy Kawasaki)
MF 6 Motohiro Yamaguchi (Yokohama Flügels)
MF 11 Kazuyoshi Miura (Verdy Kawasaki)
FW 14 Masashi Nakayama (Júbilo Iwata) Substituted off 46'
Substitutes:
DF 3 Hiroshige Yanagimoto (Sanfrecce Hiroshima) Substituted in 80'
FW 9 Hisashi Kurosaki (Kashima Antlers) Substituted in 67'
FW 16 Masahiro Fukuda (Urawa Red Diamonds) Substituted in 46'
Manager:
Shu Kamo
BRAZIL:
GK 1 Zetti (São Paulo)
DF 2 Jorginho (Bayern Munich)
DF 3 Aldair (Roma)
DF 15 Márcio Santos (Fiorentina)
DF 6 Roberto Carlos (Palmeiras)
MF 10 Juninho Paulista (São Paulo) Substituted off 61'
MF 8 Dunga (VfB Stuttgart) (c)
MF 17 Doriva (XV de Piracicaba)
MF 11 Zinho (Yokohama Flügels) Substituted off 73'
FW 7 Edmundo (Flamengo)
FW 9 Ronaldo (PSV)
Substitutes:
MF 19 Leonardo (Kashima Antlers) Substituted in 61'
FW 20 Rivaldo (Palmeiras) Substituted in 73'
Manager:
Mário Zagallo

England vs Sweden[edit]

8 June 1995
20:00
England  3 – 3  Sweden
Sheringham Goal 44'
Platt Goal 89'
Anderton Goal 90+1'
Report Mild Goal 11'37'
K. Andersson Goal 46'
Elland Road, Leeds
Attendance: 32,008
Referee: Leslie Mottram (Scotland)
ENGLAND:
GK 1 Tim Flowers (Blackburn Rovers)
DF 2 Warren Barton (Newcastle United)
DF 21 Colin Cooper (Nottingham Forest)
DF 12 Gary Pallister (Manchester United) Substituted off 80'
DF 3 Graeme Le Saux (Blackburn Rovers)
MF 11 Darren Anderton (Tottenham Hotspur)
MF 8 Peter Beardsley (Newcastle United) Substituted off 63'
MF 7 David Platt (Sampdoria) (c)
MF 10 John Barnes (Liverpool) Substituted off 63'
FW 9 Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers)
FW 22 Teddy Sheringham (Tottenham Hotspur)
Substitutes:
DF 5 John Scales (Liverpool) Substituted in 80'
GK 13 Ian Walker (Tottenham Hotspur)
MF 17 Steve McManaman (Liverpool)
MF 18 Nick Barmby (Tottenham Hotspur) Substituted in 63'
MF 19 Paul Gascoigne (Lazio) Substituted in 63'
Manager:
Terry Venables
SWEDEN:
GK 1 Thomas Ravelli (IFK Göteborg) (c)
DF 2 Gary Sundgren (AIK)
DF 15 Teddy Lučić (Västra Frölunda)
DF 4 Joachim Björklund (IFK Göteborg)
DF 14 Pontus Kåmark (IFK Göteborg)
MF 16 Niclas Alexandersson (Halmstads BK)
MF 20 Magnus Erlingmark (IFK Göteborg) Substituted off 88'
MF 8 Håkan Mild (Servette)
MF 19 Niklas Gudmundsson (Halmstads BK)
FW 17 Henrik Larsson (Feyenoord)
FW 11 Kennet Andersson (Caen) Substituted off 85'
Substitutes:
DF 5 Roger Ljung (MSV Duisburg)
DF 6 Jesper Mattsson (Halmstads BK)
GK 12 Bengt Andersson (ÖIS)
MF 18 Ola Andersson (AIK) Substituted in 88'
FW 21 Dick Lidman (AIK) Substituted in 85'
Manager:
Tommy Svensson

Sweden vs Japan[edit]

10 June 1995
14:00
Sweden  2 – 2  Japan
K. Andersson Goal 53'68' Report Fujita Goal 9'
Kurosaki Goal 86'
City Ground, Nottingham
Attendance: 5,591
Referee: Angelo Amendolia (Italy)
SWEDEN:
GK 1 Thomas Ravelli (IFK Göteborg) (c)
DF 2 Gary Sundgren (AIK)
DF 15 Teddy Lučić (Västra Frölunda)
DF 4 Joachim Björklund (IFK Göteborg)
DF 14 Pontus Kåmark (IFK Göteborg)
MF 16 Niclas Alexandersson (Halmstads BK)
MF 7 Peter Wibrån (Öster)
MF 18 Ola Andersson (AIK)
MF 19 Niklas Gudmundsson (Halmstads BK) Substituted off 73'
FW 11 Kennet Andersson (Caen)
FW 17 Henrik Larsson (Feyenoord)
Substitutes:
DF 6 Jesper Mattsson (Halmstads BK)
GK 12 Bengt Andersson (ÖIS)
DF 13 Mikael Nilsson (IFK Göteborg) Substituted in 73'
MF 20 Magnus Erlingmark (IFK Göteborg)
FW 21 Dick Lidman (AIK)
Manager:
Tommy Svensson
JAPAN:
GK 22 Kenichi Shimokawa (JEF United Ichihara)
DF 2 Akira Narahashi (Bellmare Hiratsuka) Substituted off 85'
DF 4 Masami Ihara (Yokohama Marinos)
DF 5 Tetsuji Hashiratani (Verdy Kawasaki) (c)
DF 17 Norio Omura (Yokohama Marinos)
MF 18 Toshiya Fujita (Júbilo Iwata) Substituted off 71'
MF 6 Motohiro Yamaguchi (Yokohama Flügels)
MF 8 Tsuyoshi Kitazawa (Verdy Kawasaki) Substituted off 81'
MF 20 Naoki Soma (Kashima Antlers)
FW 11 Kazuyoshi Miura (Verdy Kawasaki)
FW 9 Hisashi Kurosaki (Kashima Antlers)
Substitutes:
GK 1 Nobuyuki Kojima (Bellmare Hiratsuka)
DF 3 Hiroshige Yanagimoto (Sanfrecce Hiroshima) Substituted in 85'
MF 7 Hajime Moriyasu (Sanfrecce Hiroshima) Substituted in 71'
FW 15 Hiroaki Morishima (Cerezo Osaka)
FW 16 Masahiro Fukuda (Urawa Red Diamonds) Substituted in 81'
Manager:
Shu Kamo

England vs Brazil[edit]

11 June 1995
16:00
England  1 – 3  Brazil
Le Saux Goal 39' Report Juninho Goal 55'
Ronaldo Goal 62'
Edmundo Goal 77'
Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 67,318
Referee: Pierluigi Pairetto (Italy)
ENGLAND:
GK 1 Tim Flowers (Blackburn Rovers)
DF 12 Gary Neville (Manchester United)
DF 5 John Scales (Liverpool) Substituted off 90'
DF 21 Colin Cooper (Nottingham Forest) YC
DF 14 Stuart Pearce (Nottingham Forest)
MF 11 Darren Anderton (Tottenham Hotspur)
MF 4 David Batty (Blackburn Rovers) YC Substituted off 79'
MF 7 David Platt (Sampdoria) (c)
MF 3 Graeme Le Saux (Blackburn Rovers)
FW 9 Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers) Substituted off 90'
FW 22 Teddy Sheringham (Tottenham Hotspur)
Substitutes:
DF 2 Warren Barton (Newcastle United) Substituted in 90'
FW 6 Stan Collymore (Nottingham Forest) Substituted in 90'
GK 13 Ian Walker (Tottenham Hotspur)
MF 16 Jamie Redknapp (Liverpool)
MF 19 Paul Gascoigne (Lazio) Substituted in 79'
Manager:
Terry Venables
BRAZIL:
GK 1 Zetti (São Paulo)
DF 2 Jorginho (Bayern Munich)
DF 3 Aldair (Roma) Substituted off 89'
DF 15 Márcio Santos (Fiorentina)
DF 6 Roberto Carlos (Palmeiras) YC
MF 8 Dunga (VfB Stuttgart)(c)
MF 5 César Sampaio (Yokohama Flügels)
MF 11 Zinho (Yokohama Flügels)
FW 10 Juninho Paulista (São Paulo) Substituted off 84'
FW 7 Edmundo (Flamengo) YC
FW 9 Ronaldo (PSV) Substituted off 76'
Substitutes:
DF 4 Ronaldão (Shimizu S-Pulse) Substituted in 89'
DF 12 Cafu (Real Zaragoza)
GK 13 Gilmar Rinaldi (Cerezo Osaka)
MF 19 Leonardo (Kashima Antlers) Substituted in 84'
FW 21 Giovanni (Santos) Substituted in 76'
Manager:
Mário Zagallo

Final standings[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Brazil 3 3 0 0 7 1 +6 9
 England 3 1 1 1 6 7 –1 4
 Sweden 3 0 2 1 5 6 –1 2
 Japan 3 0 1 2 3 7 –4 1
1995 Umbro Cup
Tournament Winners
Brazil
Brazil

Goalscorers[edit]

External links[edit]