1996 Copa del Rey Final

Copa del Rey 1996 Final
Event 1995–96 Copa del Rey
Date 10 April 1996
Venue La Romareda Stadium, Zaragoza
Referee Manuel Díaz Vega
Attendance 37,000

The Copa del Rey 1996 Final was the 92nd final of the Spanish cup competition, the Copa del Rey. The final was played at La Romareda Stadium in Zaragoza on 10 April 1996. The match was won by Atlético Madrid, who beat FC Barcelona 1 – 0, meaning Atlético completed the domestic double.


10 April 1996
20:30 CET
Barcelona 0 – 1 (a.e.t.) Atlético Madrid
Report (Spanish) Pantić Goal 102'
La Romareda, Zaragoza
Attendance: 32,500
Referee: Manuel Díaz Vega
Atlético Madrid
GK 1 Spain Carles Busquets
RB 26 Spain Albert Celades Substituted off 17'
CB 20 Spain Miguel Ángel Nadal Booked 66'
CB 5 Romania Gheorghe Popescu
LB 12 Spain Sergi Barjuán Booked 27' Red card 117'
RM 8 Spain Guillermo Amor
DM 4 Spain Josep Guardiola
LM 6 Spain José Mari Bakero (c) Booked 18' Substituted off 61'
AM 11 Romania Gheorghe Hagi Booked 36'
CF 7 Portugal Luís Figo Substituted off 75'
CF 14 Netherlands Jordi Cruyff
RB 2 Spain Albert Ferrer Substituted in 17'
GK 13 Spain Jesús Angoy
CB 21 Croatia Robert Prosinečki Substituted in 75'
CB 3 Spain Abelardo
FW 24 Spain Roger García Booked 104' Substituted in 61'
Netherlands Johan Cruyff
GK 1 Spain José Molina Booked 118'
RB 20 Spain Delfí Geli
CB 6 Spain Santi Booked 25'
CB 4 Spain Roberto Solozábal Booked 112' Red card 116'
LB 3 Spain Toni (c) Booked 35'
CM 14 Argentina Diego Simeone
CM 8 Spain Juan Vizcaíno Substituted off 82'
CM 21 Spain José Luis Caminero
RW 10 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milinko Pantić Booked 41'
LW 19 Spain Kiko Substituted off 84'
CF 9 Bulgaria Luboslav Penev Substituted off 61'
GK 13 Spain Ricardo
CB 5 Spain Juanma López Substituted in 61'
FW 7 Argentina Leonardo Biagini Substituted in 82'
CM 18 Spain Roberto Substituted in 84'
RB 2 Spain Tomás
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Radomir Antić


  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Five named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.


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