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1985 Supercopa de España

The 1985 Supercopa de España was a two-legged Spanish football match between FC Barcelona (winners of the league) and Atlético Madrid (cup winners); it was played on 9 October and 30 October 1985, with the latter team winning 3–2 on aggregate.

Match details

First leg

9 October 1985
21:30 CET
Atlético Madrid 3 – 1 Barcelona
Goal 40' Mario Cabrera
Goal 52' Miguel Ángel Ruiz
Goal 76' Jorge da Silva
Goal 31' Paco Clos
Vicente Calderón Stadium, Madrid
Referee: Marín López
Atlético Madrid
Barcellona
Atlético Madrid:
P 1 Argentina Ubaldo Fillol
D Spain Tomás Reñones
D Spain Juan Carlos Arteche Booked 74'
D Spain Miguel Ángel Ruiz (c)
C Spain Clemente Villaverde
C 7 Spain Roberto Marina Substituted off 62'
C Spain Jesús Landáburu
C Spain Quique Setién
C Spain Quique Ramos
A Argentina Mario Cabrera
A Spain Juan José Rubio Substituted off 71'
Substitutes:
C Spain Julio Prieto Substituted in 62'
A Uruguay Jorge da Silva Substituted in 71'
Manager:
Spain Luis Aragonés
FC Barcelona:
P 1 Spain Amador
D Spain Gerardo Booked 75'
D Spain Migueli
D 4 Spain José Ramón Alexanko (c)
D Spain Julio Alberto
C Spain Josep Moratalla
C Spain Víctor Muñoz Booked 38'
C Spain Ramón María Calderé Booked 54'
A Spain Juan Carlos Pérez Rojo
A Spain Marcos Alonso
A Spain Paco Clos Booked 37'
Manager:
England Terry Venables

Second leg

30 October 1985
22:00 CET
Barcelona 1 – 0 Atlético Madrid
José Alexanko Goal 32'
Camp Nou Stadium, Barcelona
Referee: Urízar Azpitarte
Barcelona
Atlético Madrid
FC Barcelona:
P 1 Spain Urruti
D Spain Josep Moratalla
D Spain Manolo
D Spain José Ramón Alexanko Substituted off 46'
D Spain Julio Alberto
C Spain Víctor Muñoz
C West Germany Bernd Schuster
C Spain Marcos Alonso Booked 56'
A Spain Francisco José Carrasco
A Paraguay Raúl Amarilla Substituted off 65'
A Scotland Steve Archibald
Substitutes:
D Spain Esteve Fradera Substituted in 46'
A Spain Pichi Alonso Substituted in 65'
Manager:
England Terry Venables
Atlético Madrid:
P 1 Spain Ángel Jesús Mejías Booked 78'
C Spain Julio Prieto Booked
D Spain Juan Carlos Arteche
D Spain Miguel Ángel Ruiz (c)
D Spain Tomás Reñones
C Spain Roberto Marina
C Spain Jesús Landáburu
C Spain Quique Setién Substituted off 46'
C Spain Quique Ramos
A Argentina Mario Cabrera
A Uruguay Jorge da Silva Substituted off 59'
Substitutes:
C Spain Clemente Villaverde Substituted in 46'
A Spain Juan José Rubio Substituted in 59'
Manager:
Spain Luis Aragonés
Supercopa de España
1985 Winners
Atlético Madrid
First Title

References

  • List of Super Cup Finals 1985 RSSSF.com

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