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1974 UEFA Cup Final

1974 UEFA Cup Final
on aggregate
First leg
Date 22 May 1974
Venue White Hart Lane, London
Referee Rudolf Scheurer (Switzerland)
Attendance 46,281
Second leg
Date 29 May 1974
Venue De Kuip, Rotterdam
Referee Concetto Lo Bello (Italy)
Attendance 59,317
1973
1975

The 1974 UEFA Cup Final was played on 21 May 1974 and 29 May 1974 between Tottenham Hotspur of England and Feyenoord of Netherlands. Feyenoord won 4–2 on aggregate. Tottenham supporters rioted after the second leg in Rotterdam, following Feyenoord's victory.[1]

Match details

First leg

21 May 1974
Tottenham Hotspur England 2–2 Netherlands Feyenoord
England Goal 39'
van Daele Goal 64' (o.g.)
Report

Overview (archive) Overview

van Hanegem Goal 43'
de Jong Goal 85'
White Hart Lane, London
Attendance: 46,281
Referee: Rudolf Scheurer (Switzerland)
Tottenham Hotspur
Feyenoord
GK 1 Northern Ireland Pat Jennings
DF 2 England Ray Evans
DF 3 England Terry Naylor
MF 4 England John Pratt
DF 5 Wales Mike England
DF 6 England Phil Beal Substituted off 81'
MF 7 Northern Ireland Chris McGrath
MF 8 England Steve Perryman
MF 9 England Martin Peters (c)
FW 10 England Martin Chivers
FW 11 England Ralph Coates
Substitutes:
DF 12 England Mike Dillon Substituted in 81'
Manager:
England Bill Nicholson


Man Of The Match:

Assistant Referees:

GK 1 Netherlands Eddy Treijtel
RB 2 Netherlands Wim Rijsbergen
CB 3 Netherlands Joop van Daele
CB 4 Netherlands Rinus Israël (c)
LB 5 Netherlands Harry Vos
MF 6 Netherlands Theo de Jong
MF 7 Netherlands Wim Jansen
MF 8 Netherlands Willem van Hanegem
MF 9 Netherlands Peter Ressel
FW 10 Netherlands Lex Schoenmaker
FW 11 Denmark Jørgen Kristensen
Substitutes:
Manager:
Netherlands Wiel Coerver

Second leg

29 May 1974
Feyenoord Netherlands 2–0 England Tottenham Hotspur
Rijsbergen Goal 43'
Ressel Goal 84'
Report

Overview (archive) Overview

Feyenoord
Tottenham Hotspur
GK 1 Netherlands Eddy Treijtel
RB 2 Netherlands Wim Rijsbergen
CB 3 Netherlands Joop van Daele
CB 4 Netherlands Rinus Israël (c)
LB 5 Netherlands Harry Vos
MF 6 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mladen Ramljak
MF 7 Netherlands Wim Jansen
MF 8 Netherlands Theo de Jong
FW 9 Netherlands Peter Ressel
FW 10 Netherlands Lex Schoenmaker
FW 11 Denmark Jørgen Kristensen Substituted off 76'
Substitutes:
MF 12 Netherlands Johan Boskamp Substituted in 76' Substituted off 86'
FW 14 Netherlands Henk Wery Substituted in 86'
Manager:
Netherlands Wiel Coerver


Man Of The Match:

Assistant Referees:

GK 1 Northern Ireland Pat Jennings
DF 2 England Ray Evans
DF 3 England Terry Naylor
MF 4 England John Pratt Substituted off 77'
DF 5 Wales Mike England
DF 6 England Phil Beal
MF 7 Northern Ireland Chris McGrath
MF 8 England Steve Perryman
MF 9 England Martin Peters (c)
FW 10 England Martin Chivers
FW 11 England Ralph Coates
Substitutes:
MF 12 England Phil Holder Substituted in 77'
Manager:
England Bill Nicholson

See also

References

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