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1987 UEFA Cup Final

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1987 UEFA Cup Final

The 1987 UEFA Cup Final was a football tie played on 6 May 1987 between IFK Göteborg of Sweden and Dundee United F.C. of Scotland. Göteborg won 2–1 on aggregate.

Match details

First leg

1987-05-06
IFK Göteborg Sweden 1–0 Scotland Dundee United
Pettersson Goal 38' Report

Overview (archive) Overview

Ullevi, Gothenburg
Attendance: 50,023
Referee: Siegfried Kirschen East Germany
Göteborg
Dundee United
GK 1 Sweden Thomas Wernersson
DF 2 Sweden Mats-Ola Carlsson
DF 3 Sweden Glenn Hysén
DF 4 Sweden Peter Larsson
DF 5 Sweden Stig Fredriksson
MF 6 Sweden Magnus "Lill-Tidan" Johansson Substituted off
MF 7 Sweden Tord Holmgren Substituted off
MF 8 Sweden Michael Andersson
MF 9 Sweden Tommy Holmgren
FW 10 Sweden Stefan Pettersson
FW 11 Sweden Lennart Nilsson
Substitutes:
DF 12 Sweden Roland Nilsson Substituted in
MF 14 Sweden Lars Zetterlund Substituted in
MF 15 Norway Per Edmund Mordt
FW 16 Finland Jari Rantanen
GK 13 Sweden Ove Tobiasson
Manager:
Sweden Gunder Bengtsson


Man of the Match:

Assistant referees:

GK 1 Scotland Billy Thomson
DF 2 Scotland Maurice Malpas
DF 3 Scotland David Narey
DF 4 Scotland Paul Hegarty Substituted off
DF 5 Scotland John Holt
MF 6 Scotland Jim McInally
MF 7 Scotland Billy Kirkwood
MF 8 Scotland David Bowman
MF 9 Scotland Eamonn Bannon
FW 10 Scotland Paul Sturrock Substituted off
FW 11 Scotland Ian Redford
Substitutes:
DF 12 Scotland John Clark Substituted in
MF 14 Scotland Dave Beaumont Substituted in
Manager:
Scotland Jim McLean

Second leg

1987-05-20
Dundee United Scotland 1–1 Sweden IFK Göteborg
Clark Goal 60' Report

Overview (archive) Overview

L. Nilsson Goal 22'
Tannadice Park, Dundee
Attendance: 20,911
Referee: Ioan Igna Romania
Dundee United
Göteborg
GK 1 Scotland Billy Thomson
DF 2 Scotland Maurice Malpas
DF 3 Scotland John Clark
DF 4 Scotland David Narey
DF 5 Scotland John Holt Substituted off
MF 6 Scotland Jim McInally
MF 7 Scotland Iain Ferguson
MF 8 Scotland Billy Kirkwood
FW 9 Scotland Paul Sturrock
FW 10 Scotland Ian Redford Substituted off
FW 11 Scotland Kevin Gallacher
Substitutes:
DF 12 Scotland Paul Hegarty Substituted in
MF 14 Scotland Eamonn Bannon Substituted in
Manager:
Scotland Jim McLean


Man of the Match:

Assistant referees:

GK 1 Sweden Thomas Wernersson
DF 2 Sweden Mats-Ola Carlsson
DF 3 Sweden Glenn Hysén
DF 4 Sweden Peter Larsson
DF 5 Sweden Stig Fredriksson
MF 6 Sweden Roland Nilsson Substituted off
MF 7 Sweden Tord Holmgren
MF 8 Sweden Michael Andersson
MF 9 Sweden Tommy Holmgren Substituted off
FW 10 Sweden Stefan Pettersson
FW 11 Sweden Lennart Nilsson
Substitutes:
MF 12 Sweden Magnus "Lill-Tidan" Johansson Substituted in
MF 14 Norway Per Edmund Mordt Substituted in
MF 15 Sweden Lars Zetterlund
FW 16 Finland Jari Rantanen
GK 13 Sweden Ove Tobiasson
Manager:
Sweden Gunder Bengtsson

See also

References

General

References

  • RSSSF - UEFA Cup 1986-87
  • RSSSF - IFK in Europe 1981-1995

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