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1907 Copa del Rey Final

1907 Copa del Rey Final
Event 1907 Copa del Rey
Date 30 March 1907
Venue Hipódromo Stadium, Madrid
Referee Sidney
Attendance 6,000
1903
1908

The 1907 Copa del Rey final was the 3rd final of the Copa del Rey, the Spanish football cup competition. The match took place on 30 March 1907 at the Hipódromo Stadium, Madrid. The match was contested by Club Bizcaya and Madrid CF.

This match was not exactly a final, as the tournament was a round-robin tournament. Nevertheless, both teams finished with 6 points, son this tiebreaker playoff final was played.

Madrid FC lifted the trophy for the third time in a row and thus won the trophy in property.

Match details

March 30, 1907
10:30 CET
Madrid CF 1–0 Club Bizcaya
Prast Goal[1]
Hipódromo, Madrid
Referee: Sidney
MADRID FC:
GK 1 Spain Manuel Alcalde
DF 2 Spain José Ángel Berraondo (c)
DF 3 Spain Joaquín Yarza
MF 4 Spain José Quirante
MF 5 Henri Normand
MF 6 Spain Manuel Yarza
FW 7 Spain Armando Giralt
FW 8 Guatemala Federico Revuelto
FW 9 Spain José Giralt
FW 10 Spain Manuel Prast
FW 11 Spain Pedro Parages
CLUB BIZCAYA:
Asuero
A. Sena
Arzuaga
M. Sena
Simmons
García
Cárdenas
Murga
Irízar
Celada
Larrea

Notes

References

  • RSSSF.com

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