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England Players: Europe and the world
Which England international players have played prominent roles in securing the game's major prizes throughout history?

 
 
European and World Finalists
The following is a list of every England full international to have played or managed in a major European or world trophy final.

Players that did not make their international debut until after their final appearance are marked in red.

Season & Competition

Final details Winners Runners-up
1955-58
INTER-CITIES FAIRS CUP
first leg



second leg

LONDON 2
 
Jimmy Greaves 10, Jim Langley 88 (pen)
BARCELONA 2
(Spain)
 
Martínez Ramiro 7, Tejada Martínez 35
Stamford Bridge, London
None Jimmy Greaves
Johnny Haynes
Jim Langley
Maurice Norman
George Robb
Peter Sillett
Bobby Smith
BARCELONA 6
(Spain)
 
Suárez Miramontes 6, 8, Martínez Ramiro 42, Evaristo 52, 75, Vergés Massa 63
LONDON 0
Barcelona win 8-2 on aggregate
Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain
None Ken Brown
Bobby Smith
1958-60
INTER-CITIES FAIRS CUP
first leg


second leg

BIRMINGHAM CITY 0
BARCELONA 0

(Spain)
St. Andrew's, Birmingham
None Gordon Astall
Trevor Smith (capt)
manager: Pat Beasley (one app 1939)
BARCELONA 4
(Spain)
 
Martínez Ramiro 3, Czibor 6, 48, Coll Hortal 78
BIRMINGHAM CITY 1
 
Hooper 82
Barcelona win 4-1 on aggregate

Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain
None Gordon Astall
Trevor Smith (capt)
manager: Pat Beasley (one app 1939)
1960-61
INTER-CITIES FAIRS CUP
first leg
 

second leg

BIRMINGHAM CITY 2
  Mike Hellawell 78, Orritt 85
ROMA 2

(Italy)
  Manfredini 30, 56
St. Andrew's, Birmingham
None Mike Hellawell
manager: Gil Merrick (23 apps 1951-54)
ROMA 2
(Italy)
  Farmer 56 (og), Pestrin 90
BIRMINGHAM CITY 0
Roma
win 4-2 on aggregate
Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy
None Mike Hellawell
Trevor Smith
manager: Gil Merrick (23 apps 1951-54)
1962-63
EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS' CUP

 

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 5
  Jimmy Greaves 16, 80, White 35, Dyson 67, 85
ATLÉTICO MADRID 1
(Spain)
  Collar Monterrubio 47 (pen)
Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Jimmy Greaves
Ron Henry
Maurice Norman
Bobby Smith
None
manager: Bill Nicholson (one app 1951)
1964-65
EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS' CUP

 

WEST HAM UNITED 2
  Sealey 70, 72
TSV 1860 MUNICH 0

(West Germany)
Empire Stadium, Wembley, London
Ken Brown
Geoff Hurst
Bobby Moore
(capt)
Martin Peters
None
1965-66
EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS' CUP
BORUSSIA DORTMUND 2
(West Germany)
  Held 61, Libuda 107
LIVERPOOL 1

  Roger Hunt 68
After Extra Time - Hampden Park, Glasgow
None Gerry Byrne
Ian Callaghan
Roger Hunt
Chris Lawler
Gordon Milne
Tommy Smith
Peter Thompson
1966-67
INTER-CITIES FAIRS CUP
first leg
 

second leg

DINAMO ZAGREB 2
(Yugoslavia)
  Ĉerĉek 39, Rora 59
LEEDS UNITED 0

Stadion Maksimir, Zagreb, Croatia, Yugoslavia

None Jack Charlton
Terry Cooper
Norman Hunter
Mike O'Grady
Paul Reaney
manager: Don Revie (six apps 1954-56)
LEEDS UNITED 0
DINAMO ZAGREB 0
(Yugoslavia)
Dinamo Zagreb
win 2-0 on aggregate

Elland Road, Leeds

None Jack Charlton
Terry Cooper
Norman Hunter
Mike O'Grady
Paul Reaney
manager: Don Revie (six apps 1954-56)
1967-68
EUROPEAN CUP
MANCHESTER UNITED 4
 
Bobby Charlton 53, 99, Best 92,  
Brian Kidd 94
BENFICA 1

(Portugal)
 
da Silva Graça 79

After Extra Time - Empire Stadium, Wembley, London

Bobby Charlton (capt)
Bill Foulkes
Brian Kidd
David Sadler
Alex Stepney
(gk)
Nobby Stiles
unused sub: Jimmy Rimmer (gk)
None
1967-68
INTER-CITIES FAIRS CUP
first leg



 

second leg

LEEDS UNITED 1
 
Mick Jones 41
FERENCVÁROS 0
(Hungary)
 

Elland Road, Leeds

Jack Charlton
Terry Cooper
Norman Hunter
Mick Jones (until 70)
Paul Madeley
Paul Reaney
None
manager: Don Revie (six apps 1954-56)
FERENCVÁROS 0
(Hungary)
LEEDS UNITED 0
Leeds United
win 1-0 on aggregate


Népstadion, Budapest, Hungary

Jack Charlton
Terry Cooper
Norman Hunter
Mick Jones
Paul Madeley

Mike O'Grady
Paul Reaney
None
manager: Don Revie (six apps 1954-56)

1968-69
INTER-CONTINENTAL CUP

first leg



second leg

ESTUDIANTES DE LA PLATA 1
(Argentina)
 
Conigliaro 27
MANCHESTER UNITED 0

Estadio Boca Juniors, Buenos Aires, Argentina

None Bobby Charlton (capt)
Bill Foulkes
David Sadler
Alex Stepney (gk)
Nobby Stiles (sent off 79)
unused subs:
Brian Kidd & Jimmy Rimmer (gk)
MANCHESTER UNITED 1
 
Morgan 90
ESTUDIANTES DE LA PLATA 1
(Argentina)
 
Verón 6

Estudiantes de La Plata
win 2-1 on aggregate
Old Trafford, Stretford, Manchester
None Bobby Charlton (capt)
Bill Foulkes
Brian Kidd
David Sadler
Alex Stepney (gk)
unused sub: Jimmy Rimmer (gk)

1968-69
INTER-CITIES FAIRS CUP

first leg



second leg

NEWCASTLE UNITED 3
 
Moncur 63, 72, Scott 83
ÚJPEST DÓZSA 0

(Hungary)
St. James' Park, Gallowgate, Newcastle upon Tyne

None

None
ÚJPEST DÓZSA 2
(Hungary)
 
Bene 31, Göröcs 44

NEWCASTLE UNITED 3

 
Moncur 46, Arentoft 50, Foggon 74

Newcastle United
win 6-2 on aggregate
Megyeri úti stadion, Újpest, Budapest, Hungary
None None

1969-70
INTER-CITIES FAIRS CUP

first leg



second leg

ANDERLECHT 3
(Belgium)

 
Devrindt 25, Mulder 30, 74
ARSENAL 1

 
Ray Kennedy 82
St
ade Emile Versé, Anderlecht, Brussels, Belgium

Charlie George (until 77)
Bob McNab
John Radford
Peter Storey
sub: Ray Kennedy for George (77)

None

ARSENAL 3
 
Kelly 25,
John Radford 75, Sammels 76
ANDERLECHT 0
(Belgium)
Arsenal
win 4-3 on aggregate
Arsenal Stadium, Highbury, London
Charlie George
Bob McNab
John Radford
Peter Storey
None

1969-70
EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS' CUP

MANCHESTER CITY 2
 
Young 12,  Francis Lee 43 (pen)
GÓRNIK ZABRZE 1

(Poland)
 
Oślizło 68

Praterstadion, Vienna, Austria
Colin Bell
Joe Corrigan (gk)
Mike Doyle
Francis Lee
None
manager: Joe Mercer (five apps 1938-39)

1970-71
EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS' CUP

CHELSEA 1
 
Peter Osgood 56
REAL MADRID 1

(Spain)
 
Zoco Esparza 90
After Extra Time - Karaiskakis Stadio, Piraeus, Greece
Peter Bonetti (gk)
John Hollins (until 91)
Alan Hudson
Peter Osgood (until 86)
Keith Weller
None
CHELSEA 2
 
Dempsey 33, Peter Osgood 39
REAL MADRID 1

(Spain)
 
Fleitas 75
Karaiskakis Stadio, Piraeus, Greece
Peter Bonetti (gk)
Alan Hudson
Peter Osgood (until 73)
Keith Weller
None

1970-71
INTER-CITIES FAIRS CUP

 


 

first leg

 

 

 

second leg

JUVENTUS 0
(Italy)
LEEDS UNITED 0

Abandoned after 51 minutes - waterlogged pitch

Stadio Comunale, Turin, Italy

Jack Charlton
Allan Clarke

Terry Cooper
Norman Hunter
Mick Jones
Paul Madeley
None
manager: Don Revie (six apps 1954-56)

JUVENTUS 2
(Italy)
 
Bettega 27, Capello 55

LEEDS UNITED 2

  Paul Madeley 48, Bates 77

 

Stadio Comunale, Turin, Italy

Jack Charlton
Allan Clarke
Terry Cooper
Norman Hunter
Mick Jones (until 72)
Paul Madeley

Paul Reaney
None
manager: Don Revie (six apps 1954-56)
LEEDS UNITED 1
 
Allan Clarke 12
JUVENTUS 1

(Italy)
 
Anastasi
20

A
ggregate 3-3. Leeds United win on away goals
 

Elland Road, Leeds

Jack Charlton
Allan Clarke
Terry Cooper
Norman Hunter
Mick Jones
Paul Madeley
(until 47)
Paul Reaney
None
manager: Don Revie (six apps 1954-56)

1971-72
INTER-CITIES FAIRS CUP
PLAY-OFF

BARCELONA 2
(Spain)
 
Dueńas Samper 51, 84
LEEDS UNITED 1

 
Jordan 52

Barcelona win trophy to keep
Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain
None Jack Charlton
Norman Hunter
Paul Reaney
manager: Don Revie (six apps 1954-56)

1971-72
UEFA CUP

first leg



 

second leg

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS 1
  McCalliog 72
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 2
  Martin Chivers
57, 87


Molineux
Stadium, W
olverhampton

Martin Chivers
Ralph Coates (until 68)
Cyril Knowles
Alan Mullery (capt)
Steve Perryman
Martin Peters
John Richards
manager: Bill Nicholson (one app 1951) manager: Bill McGarry (four apps 1954-55)
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1
  Alan Mullery 29
WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS 1
  Wagstaffe 40
Tottenham Hotspur
win 3-2 on aggregate
White Hart Lane, London
Martin Chivers
Ralph Coates
Cyril Knowles
Alan Mullery (capt)
Steve Perryman
Martin Peters
John Richards
sub: Mike Bailey (55)
manager: Bill Nicholson (one app 1951) manager: Bill McGarry (four apps 1954-55)

1972-73
UEFA CUP

 

 

 

first leg

LIVERPOOL 0
BORUSSIA MÖNCHENGLADBACH 0
(West Germany)

Abandoned after 27 minutes - waterlogged pitch
 

Anfield, Liverpool

Ian Callaghan
Ray Clemence (gk)
Emlyn Hughes
Kevin Keegan
Chris Lawler
Alec Lindsay
Larry Lloyd
Tommy Smith (capt)

unused sub:
Phil Thompson
None
LIVERPOOL 3
 
Kevin Keegan 21, 32, Larry Lloyd 61
 
Keegan missed 25th minute penalty (Kleff saved)
BORUSSIA MÖNCHENGLADBACH 0
(West Germany)

 
Clemence saved 65th minute penalty (from Heynckes)


Anfield, Liverpool
 

Ian Callaghan
Ray Clemence (gk)
Emlyn Hughes
Kevin Keegan
Chris Lawler
Alec Lindsay
Larry Lloyd
Tommy Smith (capt)

unused sub:
Phil Thompson
None

1972-73
EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS' CUP

MILAN 1
(Italy)
 
Chiarugi 5
LEEDS UNITED 0



Kaftanzoglio Stadio, Thessaloniki, Greece
None Trevor Cherry
Norman Hunter (sent off 89)
Mick Jones
Paul Madeley
Paul Reaney (capt)
manager: Don Revie (six apps 1954-56)

1972-73
UEFA CUP

second leg

 

BORUSSIA MÖNCHENGLADBACH 2
(West Germany)

 
Heynckes 29, 40
LIVERPOOL 0
Liverpool win 3-2 on aggregate


Bökelbergstadion, M
önchengladbach, West Germany

Ian Callaghan
Ray Clemence (gk)
Emlyn Hughes
Kevin Keegan
Chris Lawler
Alec Lindsay
Larry Lloyd

Tommy Smith
(capt)
unused sub:
Phil Thompson
None
1973-74
UEFA CUP
first leg
 

 

second leg

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 2
 
England 39, van Daele 64 (og)
FEYENOORD 2
(Netherlands)

 
van Hanegem 43, de Jong 85
White Hart Lane, London
None Martin Chivers
Ralph Coates
Steve Perryman
Martin Peters (capt)
manager: Bill Nicholson (one app 1951)
FEYENOORD 2
(Netherlands)

 
Rijsbergen 43, Ressel 84
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
0
F
eyenoord win 4-2 on aggregate
Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam, Netherlands
None Martin Chivers
Ralph Coates
Steve Perryman
Martin Peters (capt)
manager: Bill Nicholson (one app 1951)

1974-75
EUROPEAN CUP

BAYERN MUNICH 2
(West Germany)

 
Roth 71, Müller 81
LEEDS UNITED 0



Parc des Princes, Paris, France
None Allan Clarke
Norman Hunter
Paul Madeley
Paul Reaney
unused sub: Trevor Cherry
manager: Jimmy Armfield (43 apps 1959-66)

1975-76
UEFA CUP

first leg
LIVERPOOL 3
  Ray Kennedy 59, Case 61, Kevin Keegan 65 (pen)
CLUB BRUGGE 2
(Belgium)

 
Lambert 5, Cools 15


Anfield, Liverpool

Ian Callaghan
Ray Clemence (gk)
Emlyn Hughes (capt)
Kevin Keegan
Ray Kennedy
Phil Neal
Tommy Smith

Phil Thompson
unused sub: Terry McDermott
None

1975-76
EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS' CUP

ANDERLECHT 4
(Belgium)

 
Rensenbrink 42, 73 (pen), Van der Elst 49, 88
WEST HAM UNITED 2
 
Holland 28, Robson 68
Stade du Heysel, Brussels, Belgium
None Trevor Brooking
Frank Lampard (until 47)

1975-76
UEFA CUP

second leg

 

CLUB BRUGGE 1
(Belgium)

 
Lambert 11 (pen)
LIVERPOOL 1
 
Kevin Keegan 15
Liverpool win 4-3 on aggregate


Olympiastadion,
Bruges, Belgium

Ian Callaghan
Ray Clemence
(gk)
Emlyn Hughes (capt)
Kevin Keegan
Ray Kennedy
Phil Neal

Tommy Smith

Phil Thompson

unused sub:
Terry McDermott
None

1976-77
EUROPEAN CUP

LIVERPOOL 3
 
Terry McDermott
28, Tommy Smith 64, Phil Neal 82 (pen)
BORUSSIA MÖNCHENGLADBACH 1
(West Germany)

 
Simonsen 52


Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy

Ian Callaghan
Ray Clemence
(gk)
Emlyn Hughes (capt)
Kevin Keegan
Ray Kennedy
Terry McDermott
Phil Neal

Tommy Smith

unused subs:
David Johnson & Alec Lindsay
None

1977-78
EUROPEAN SUPER CUP

first leg


 


 

second leg

HAMBURG 1
(West Germany)

 
Keller 29

LIVERPOOL 1
  Fairclough 65



Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, West Germany

Ian Callaghan
Ray Clemence
(gk)
Emlyn Hughes (capt)
Ray Kennedy
Phil Neal
Phil Thompson
subs: Tommy Smith (33) David Johnson (58)
unused sub: Terry McDermott
Kevin Keegan
LIVERPOOL 6
 
Phil Thompson
21, Terry McDermott 40, 55, 56, Fairclough 86, Dalglish 88
HAMBURG 0

(West Germany)

Liverpool win 7-1 on aggregate

Anfield, Liverpool

Ray Clemence (gk)
Emlyn Hughes
(capt)
Ray Kennedy
Terry McDermott
Phil Neal

Tommy Smith
Phil Thompson
sub: David Johnson (46)
Kevin Keegan

1977-78
EUROPEAN CUP

LIVERPOOL 1
 
Dalglish 64
CLUB BRUGGE 0

(Belgium)


Wembley
Stadium, Wembley, London

Ray Clemence (gk)
Emlyn Hughes
(capt)
Ray Kennedy
Terry McDermott
Phil Neal

Phil Thompson
unused sub:
Ian Callaghan
None

1978-79
EUROPEAN SUPER CUP

first leg



 

second leg

ANDERLECHT 3
(Belgium)

 
Vercauteren 17, Van der Elst 38, Rensenbrink 87
LIVERPOOL 1

 
Case 27

Stade Emile Versé, Anderlecht, Brussels, Belgium

None Ray Clemence (gk)
Emlyn Hughes (capt)
David Johnson (until 54)
Alan Kennedy
Ray Kennedy
Terry McDermott

Phil Neal
unused sub: Sammy Lee
LIVERPOOL 2
 
Emlyn Hughes 13, Fairclough 87
ANDERLECHT 1
(Belgium)
 
Van der Elst 71

A
nderlecht win 4-3 on aggregate

Anfield, Liverpool

None Emlyn Hughes (capt)
Ray Kennedy
Terry McDermott

Phil Neal
Phil Thompson
unused subs: Ray Clemence (gk), David Johnson & Sammy Lee

1978-79
EUROPEAN CUP

NOTTINGHAM FOREST 1
 
Trevor Francis 45
MALM
Ö
(Sweden)

 

Olympiastadion, Munich, West Germany

Viv Anderson
Garry Birtles

Trevor Francis
Larry Lloyd

Peter Shilton
(gk)
Tony Woodcock
sub: Chris Woods (gk)
None
manager: Brian Clough (two apps 1959)

1979-80
EUROPEAN SUPER CUP

first leg



 

second leg

NOTTINGHAM FOREST 1
 
Charlie George 9
BARCELONA 0

(Spain)

 

City Ground, Nottingham

Viv Anderson
Garry Birtles
Stan Bowles

Trevor Francis
Charlie George

Larry Lloyd
Peter Shilton (gk)
None
manager: Brian Clough (two apps 1959)
BARCELONA 1
(Spain)
 
Roberto Dinamite 25 (pen)
NOTTINGHAM FOREST 1
 
Burns 42
Nottingham Forest win 2-1 on aggregate
Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain
Viv Anderson
Garry Birtles
Stan Bowles
Trevor Francis
(until 69)
Charlie George
Larry Lloyd
Peter Shilton
(gk)
None
manager: Brian Clough (two apps 1959)

1979-80
EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS' CUP

VALENCIA 0
(Spain)

ARSENAL 0

Penalty kicks 5-4

After Extra Time - Stade du Heysel, Brussels, Belgium
None Graham Rix
Alan Sunderland
Brian Talbot
sub: John Hollins (106)
Shootout:
Arsenal's third penalty scored by Sunderland, their fourth penalty scored by Talbot, their fifth scored by Hollins, their sixth taken by Rix and saved by Santiago Pereira.

1979-80
EUROPEAN CUP

NOTTINGHAM FOREST 1
 
Robertson
20
HAMBURG
0
(West Germany)

Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid, Spain

Viv Anderson
Garry Birtles
Larry Lloyd
Peter Shilton
(gk)
Kevin Keegan
manager: Brian Clough (two apps 1959)

1980-81
EUROPEAN SUPER CUP

first leg



 

second leg

NOTTINGHAM FOREST 2
 
Bowyer 57, 89
VALENCIA 1

(Spain)
 
Felman 47

City Ground, Nottingham
None Viv Anderson
Larry Lloyd
Peter Shilton (gk)
Peter Ward (until 76)
manager: Brian Clough (two apps 1959)
VALENCIA 1
(Spain)
 
Morena Belora 51
NOTTINGHAM FOREST 0
Valencia win 2-1 on aggregate
Estadio Luis Casanova, Valencia, Spain
None Viv Anderson
Trevor Francis
Larry Lloyd
Peter Shilton (gk)
unused sub: Peter Ward
manager: Brian Clough (two apps 1959)

1980-81
INTER-CONTINENTAL CUP

NACIONAL 1
(Uruguay)
 
Victorino 10

NOTTINGHAM FOREST
0

Kokuritsu-Kyōgijō, Tokyo, Japan

None Viv Anderson
Trevor Francis
Larry Lloyd
Peter Shilton (gk)
sub: Peter Ward (68)
manager: Brian Clough (two apps 1959)

1980-81
UEFA CUP

first leg

 

second leg

IPSWICH TOWN 3
 
Wark 30 (pen), Thijssen 47, Paul Mariner 55
ALKMAAR 0

(Netherlands)


Portman Road, Ipswich

Terry Butcher
Eric Gates
Paul Mariner
Mick Mills (capt)
Russell Osman
None
manager: Bobby Robson (20 apps 1957-62)
ALKMAAR 4
(Netherlands)

 
Welzl 7, Metgod 25, Tol 40, Jonker 73
IPSWICH TOWN 2
 
Thijssen 4, Wark 32
Ipswich Town win 5-4 on aggregate

Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Terry Butcher
Eric Gates
Paul Mariner
Mick Mills (capt)
Russell Osman
None
manager: Bobby Robson (20 apps 1957-62)

1980-81
EUROPEAN CUP

LIVERPOOL 1
 
Alan Kennedy 82
REAL MADRID 0

(Spain)



Parc des Princes, Paris, France
Ray Clemence (gk)
David Johnson
Alan Kennedy
Ray Kennedy
Sammy Lee

Terry McDermott

Phil Neal
Phil Thompson
(capt)
Laurie Cunningham

1981-82
INTER-CONTINENTAL CUP

FLAMENGO 3
(Brazil)

 
Nunes de Oliveira 12, 41, Adílio 34

LIVERPOOL 0




Kokuritsu-Kyōgijō, Tokyo, Japan
None Ray Kennedy
Sammy Lee
Terry McDermott (until 51)

Phil Neal
Phil Thompson (capt)
sub: David Johnson for McDermott (51)
unused sub: Alan Kennedy

1981-82
EUROPEAN CUP

ASTON VILLA 1
 
Peter Withe 67
BAYERN MUNICH 0
(West Germany)

Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Gordon Cowans
Tony Morley
Jimmy Rimmer (gk until 9)
Peter Withe
sub:
Nigel Spink (gk) for Rimmer 9
None

1982-83
INTER-CONTINENTAL CUP

PEŃAROL 2
(Uruguay)

 
Jair 27, Silva 68

ASTON VILLA 0


Kokuritsu-Kyōgijō, Tokyo, Japan
None Gordon Cowans
Tony Morley
Jimmy Rimmer (gk)
Peter Withe
unused subs: Nigel Spink (gk) & Mark Walters

1982-83
EUROPEAN SUPER CUP

first leg



 

second leg

BARCELONA 1
(Spain)
 
Alonso Peńa 52
ASTON VILLA 0


Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain
Gordon Cowans
Tony Morley
Nigel Spink (gk)
Peter Withe
unused subs: Jimmy Rimmer (gk) & Mark Walters
None
ASTON VILLA 3
 
Shaw 80, Gordon Cowans 100, McNaught 104
  Cowans scored from rebound (after González Urruticoechea saved his penalty)
BARCELONA 0

(Spain)

Aston Villa win 3-1 on aggregate

After Extra Time - Villa Park, Aston, Birmingham
Gordon Cowans
Tony Morley (until 76)
Nigel Spink (gk)
Peter Withe
sub:
Mark Walters for Morley 76
unused sub:
Jimmy Rimmer (gk)
None

1983-84
UEFA CUP

first leg

 

 

second leg

 

ANDERLECHT 1
(Belgium)

 
Olsen 85
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1

 
Miller 57

Stade Constant Vanden Stock, Anderlecht, Brussels, Belgium

Steve Perryman (capt)
Graham Roberts
Gary Stevens (until 81)
Danny Thomas
sub: Gary Mabbutt for Stevens (81)
unused sub: Ray Clemence (gk)
None
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 1
 
Graham Roberts 84
ANDERLECHT 1
(Belgium)
 
Czerniatynski 60

A
ggregate 2-2
Penalty kicks
4-3
After Extra Time - White Hart Lane, London
Gary Mabbutt (until 73)
Graham Roberts (capt)
Gary Stevens
Danny Thomas

unused sub:
Ray Clemence (gk)
None
Shootout:
Tottenham Hotspur's
first penalty scored by Roberts, their third penalty scored by Stevens, their fifth taken by Thomas and saved by Munaron.

1983-84
EUROPEAN CUP

LIVERPOOL 1
 
Phil Neal 13

ROMA 1
(Italy)
 
Pruzzo 42

Penalty kicks
4-2
After Extra Time - Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy
Alan Kennedy
Sammy Lee
Phil Neal
None
Shootout:
Liverpool's second
penalty scored by Neal, their fifth penalty scored by Kennedy.

1984-85
INTER-CONTINENTAL CUP

INDEPENDIENTE 1
(Argentina)
 
Percudani 6
LIVERPOOL 0

Kokuritsu-Kyōgijō, Tokyo, Japan
None Alan Kennedy
Phil Neal (capt)

1984-85
EUROPEAN SUPER CUP

JUVENTUS 2
(Italy)
 
Boniek 40, 80
LIVERPOOL 0

Stadio Comunale, Turin, Italy
None Alan Kennedy
Phil Neal (capt)
Paul Walsh
unused sub: Sammy Lee

1984-85
EUROPEAN CUP WINNERS' CUP

EVERTON 3
 
Gray 58,
Trevor Steven 73, Sheedy 86
RAPID WIEN 1

(Austria)

 
Krankl 85

Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Paul Bracewell
Peter Reid
Trevor Steven
Gary Stevens
unused sub:
Kevin Richardson
None

1984-85
EUROPEAN CUP

JUVENTUS 1
(Italy)
 
Platini
58 (pen)
LIVERPOOL 0

Stade du Heysel, Brussels, Belgium

None Phil Neal (capt)
Paul Walsh (until 46)
unused sub: Sammy Lee

39 people died at the 1985 European Cup Final, when they were crushed against a wall following a confrontation between Juventus and Liverpool fans. English clubs were subsequently banned from all European competitions and did not return until 1990.  

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