Sunday, September 20, 2020

Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast-Episode 24 (English League season 1980/81 with Gavin Buckland and Steve Pye)

 

This is the 24th episode of my podcast with Mr. Paul Whittle of https://the1888letter.com/, @1888letter.

For this episode, we start a new interview series with Mr. Gavin Buckland and Mr. Steve Pye, as we discuss the English League, season by season starting with the 1980/81 season.

 

Mr. Buckland is a Everton's official statistician, Question of Sport script consultant, Radio Merseyside regular, Liverpool Echo Royal Blue podcaster.

Mr. Pye is a blogger (‘That 1980s Sports Blog’) and contributor to Guardian Sport Network/The Gooner.

 

For any questions/comments, you may contact us:

You may also contact me on this blog, on twitter @sp1873 and on facebook under Soccernostalgia.

Mr. Paul Whittle, @1888letter on twitter and https://the1888letter.com/contact/

You may also follow the podcast on spotify under ‘Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast’

Mr. Buckland’s contact info:

twitter: @GavinBuckland1

 

Mr. Pye’s contact info:

twitter: @1980sSportsBlog

Blog: http://that1980ssportsblog.blogspot.com/

 

 

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Sunday, September 13, 2020

Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast-Episode 23 (Uruguay Futbol History with Professor Aldo Mazzucchelli)

 

This is the 23rd episode of my podcast with Mr. Paul Whittle of https://the1888letter.com/, @1888letter.

For this episode, we start a new interview series with Professor Aldo Mazzucchelli, Uruguayan Author and Football Historian, as we discuss the History of Uruguay Futbol from its origins in the late 19th Century.

Mr. Mazzucchell is a Uruguayan Author and Football Historian as well as University Professor at Universidad de la Republica in Montevideo and formerly at Brown University in USA

He is the author of ‘Del Ferrocarril al Tango, El estilo del Futbol Uruguayo 1891-1930’

We aim to have a series of interviews with Mr. Aldo Mazzucchelli where we will examine the History of Uruguay Futbol from its origins in the late 19th Century, the glory eras of 1920s and 30s, the 1950 World Cup, the importance of Copa Libertadores to Uruguayan Futbol as well as the National Team’s success in 2010s. 

 

 

For any questions/comments, you may contact us:

You may also contact me on this blog, on twitter @sp1873 and on facebook under Soccernostalgia.

Mr. Paul Whittle, @1888letter on twitter and https://the1888letter.com/contact/

You may also follow the podcast on spotify under ‘Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast’

Mr. Mazzucchelli’s contact info:

E-mail: mzz017@gmail.com

 

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Friday, September 11, 2020

Compendium to the 1980 Euros-Finals Part 12 (Third Place and Final)

 1980 UEFA European Championship Finals-Third Place and Final

 

Third Place:

June 21, 1980 (Napoli, Italy 1-Czechoslovakia 1) (Czechoslovakia won 9-8 on penalty kick shoot-out)

 

Final:

June 22, 1980 (Rome, West Germany 2-Belgium 1)


Date: June 21, 1980

Competition: 1980 UEFA European Championships-Third Place

Result: Italy 1-Czechoslovakia 1 (Czechoslovakia won 9-8 on a penalty kick shoot-out)

Venue: Napoli, Stadio San Paolo, Italy

Attendance:  25,000

Kick-off Time:  20:30

Referee: Eric Linemayr (Austria)

Goalscorers:

(Italy): Francesco Graziani 73

(Czechoslovakia): Ladislav Jurkemik 54 

Summary of goals:

0:1 (54th minute, Czechoslovakia): Panenka took a corner from the left side and passed it to the center, Jurkemik scored from a long range shot from outside of the box.

1:1 (73rd minute, Italy): Franco Causio’s free kick from the left side was headed in by Graziani.

Penalty kick sequence:

(Italy): Causio (scored), Altobelli (scored), Baresi (scored), Cabrini (scored), Benetti (scored), Graziani (scored), Scirea (scored), Tardelli (scored), Collovati (missed).

(Czechoslovakia): Masný (scored), Nehoda (scored), Ondrus (scored), Jurkemik (scored), Panenka (scored), Gögh (scored), Gajdusek (scored), Kozák (scored), Barmos (scored)

Lineups:

Italy:

1-Dino Zoff (Juventus Football Club-Torino)                            

7-Claudio Gentile (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

5-Antonio Cabrini (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

3-Giuseppe Baresi (Internazionale Football Club- Milano) 

6-Fulvio Collovati (Associazione Calcio Milan)  

9-Gaetano Scirea (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

19-Franco Causio (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

15-Marco Tardelli (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

20-Francesco Graziani (Torino Calcio 1906)

11-Roberto Bettega  (Juventus Football Club-Torino)(11-Romeo Benetti (Associazione Sportiva Roma) 85th)

17-Alessandro Altobelli (Internazionale Football Club- Milano) 

 

Coach: Enzo Bearzot

 

Other Substitutes:

12-Ivano Bordon (Internazionale Football Club- Milano)  

4-Mauro Bellugi (Societa Sportiva Calcio Napoli)

8-Aldo Maldera (Associazione Calcio Milan) 

16-Renato Zaccarelli (Torino Calcio 1906)

 

Team Captain: Dino Zoff

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Le Coq Sportif

Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, White Shorts, Blue Socks

 

Czechoslovakia:

1-Jaroslav Netolicka (ASVS Dukla Praha) 

2-Jozef Barmos (TJ  Internacional Slovnaft Bratislava) 

4-Anton Ondrus (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava)  

12-Rotislav Vojacek (TJ  Baník OKD Ostrava)

5-Koloman Gögh (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava)  

7-Jan Kozak (TJ  Lokomotiva Kosice)       

3-Ladislav Jurkemik (TJ  Internacional Slovnaft Bratislava) 

8-Antonin Panenka (Bohemians Praha CKD)

10-Marian Masny (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava)  

11-Zdenek Nehoda (ASVS Dukla Praha) 

15-Ladislav Vizek (ASVS Dukla Praha) (9-Miroslav Gajdusek (ASVS Dukla Praha) 64th)

 

Coach: Jozef Venglos

Booked: Ladislav Jurkemik

 

Other Substitutes:

22-Dusan Keketi (TJ Spartak Trnava)

14-Jan Fiala (ASVS Dukla Praha)  

6-Frantisek Stambachr (ASVS Dukla Praha) 

17-Jaroslav Pollak (TJ Sparta CKD Praha)  

 

Team Captain: Anton Ondrus

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(June 21, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 1-Czechoslovakia 1)



Photo From: Azzurri, Storia della Nazionale di calcio tre volte campioni del Mondo, 1910-1983

(June 21, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 1-Czechoslovakia 1)



Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, Supplement 2

(Italy squad, June 21, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 1-Czechoslovakia 1)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer

(Italy squad, June 21, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 1-Czechoslovakia 1)



Photo From: se Lvickem na prsou-Authors O.Bartunek, J.Kalat

(Czechoslovakia squad, June 21, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 1-Czechoslovakia 1)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(Goals Diagram, June 21, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 1-Czechoslovakia 1)







Date: June 22, 1980

Competition: 1980 UEFA European Championships-Final

Result: West Germany 2-Belgium 1

Venue: Roma, Lo Stadio Olimpico, Italy  

Attendance:  48,000

Kick-off Time:  20:30

Referee: Nicolae Rainea (Romania)

Goalscorers:

(West Germany): Horst Hrubesch 10,88

(Belgium): Rene Vandereycken 72 pen

Summary of goals:

1:0 (10th minute, West Germany): Schuster, after a one-two with Allofs, passed to Hrubesch at the edge of box, who chested his pass and volleyed past Pfaff.

1:0 (72nd minute, Belgium): Belgium were awarded a penalty kick after Stielike fouled Van Der Elst in the box. Rene Vandereycken scored from the ensuing penalty kick.

2:1 (10th minute, West Germany): Rummenigge’s corner from the left side was headed in by Hrubesch.

Lineups:

West Germany:

1- Harald Anton ‘Toni’ Schumacher (1. Fußball-Club Köln 01/07 e.V.)

20- Manfred Kaltz (Hamburger Sport-Verein e.V.)

4- Karlheinz Förster (Verein für Bewegungspiele Stuttgart 1893 e.V.)

15- Ulrich Stielike (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol / Spain)

5- Bernard Dietz (Meidericher Spielverein 02 e.V. Duisburg)

2- Hans-Peter Briegel (1.Fußball-Club e.V. Kaiserslautern) (3-Bernhard Cullmann (1. Fußball-Club Köln 01/07 e.V.) 55th)

6- Bernd Schuster (1. Fußball-Club Köln 01/07 e.V.)

10- Hans Peter ‘Hansi’ Muller (Verein für Bewegungspiele Stuttgart 1893 e.V.)

8- Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)

9- Horst Hrubesch (Hamburger Sport-Verein e.V.)

11- Klaus Allofs (Düsseldorfer Turn-und Sportverein Fortuna 1895 e.V)

 

Coach: Josef ‘Jupp’ Derwall

Booked: Karlheinz Förster 59

 

Team Captain: Bernard Dietz 

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Black Shorts, White Socks

 

 

Belgium:

12-Jean-Marie Pfaff (Koninklijke Sportkring Beveren)     

2-Eric Gerets (Royal Standard de Liege)

3-Luc Millecamps (Koninklijke Sportvereniging Waregem)                      

4-Walter Meeuws (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)

5-Michel Renquin (Royal Standard de Liege)

8-Wilfred van Moer (Koninklijke Beringen Football Club) 

7-Rene Vandereycken (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)

6-Julien Cools  (Koninklijke Beerschot Voetbal en Atletiek Club)

9-Francois Van der Elst (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)

17-Raymond Mommens (Koninklijke Sporting Club Lokeren)

11-Jan Ceulemans (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)

 

Coach: Guy Thys

Booked: Luc Millecamps 35, Rene Vandereycken 55, Francois Van der Elst 89

Other Substitutes:

1-Theo Custers (Royal Antwerp Football Club)

13-Maurice Martens (Racing White Daring Molenbeek)

22-Ronny Martens (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)

15-Rene Verheyen (Koninklijke Sporting Club Lokeren)

18-Guy Dardenne (Koninklijke Sporting Club Lokeren)

 

Team Captain: Julien Cools

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Black Shorts, Yellow Socks

 

Topscorer (including qualifiers): Kevin Keegan (England) 7 goals

Topscorer Finals tournament: Klaus Allofs (West Germany) 3 goals


Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(June 22, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Belgium 1)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(June 22, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Belgium 1)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(June 22, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Belgium 1)



Photo From: Magazine source unknown

(West Germany squad, June 22, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Belgium 1)



Photo From: Mondial, New Series, Hors Serie 13, 1982

(Belgium squad, June 22, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Belgium 1)



Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 44, November 1983

(Both squads, June 22, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Belgium 1)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(Goals Diagram, June 22, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Belgium 1)





Compendium to the 1980 Euros-Finals Part 11 (Finals Group 2)

 Compendium to the 1980 Euros-Finals Part 9 (Finals Group 2)

 

1980 UEFA European Championship Finals-Group 2

 

 

June 12, 1980 (Torino, Belgium 1-England 1)

June 12, 1980 (Milan, Italy 0-Spain 0)

June 15, 1980 (Milan, Spain 1-Belgium 2)

June 15, 1980 (Torino, Italy 1-England 0)

June 18, 1980 (Napoli, Spain 1-England 2)

June 18, 1980 (Rome, Italy 0-Belgium 0)

 

 

Table

P

W

D

L

GF

GA

GD

Pts

1

Belgium

3

1

2

0

3

2

1

4

2

Italy

3

1

2

0

1

0

1

4

3

England

3

1

1

1

3

3

0

3

4

Spain

3

0

1

2

2

4

-2

1

 

P-Played, W-Win, D-Draw, L-Loss, GF-Goals For, GA-Goals Against, GD-Goal Difference, Pts-Points

 

 

 

Date: June 12, 1980

Competition: 1980 UEFA European Championship Finals-Group 2

Result: Belgium 1-England 1

Venue: Torino, Stadio Comunale, Italy

Attendance: 15,186

Kick-off Time:  17:45

Referee: Heinz Aldinger (West Germany)

Goalscorers:

(Belgium): Jan Ceulemans 30

(England): Ray Wilkins 26

Summary of goals:

0:1 (26th minute, England): Wilkins receives the ball at the edge of the box, lobbed over the advancing Belgian defense and lobbed over Pfaff.

1:1 (30th minute, Belgium): Van Moer’s corner from the right side was headed in the box and it led to a scramble and eventually Ceulemans shot in.

Lineups:

Belgium:

12-Jean-Marie Pfaff (Koninklijke Sportkring Beveren)      

2-Eric Gerets (Royal Standard de Liege)

5-Michel Renquin (Royal Standard de Liege)

7-Rene Vandereycken (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)

3-Luc Millecamps (Koninklijke Sportvereniging Waregem)         

4-Walter Meeuws (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)

9-Francois Van der Elst (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)

8-Wilfred van Moer (Koninklijke Beringen Football Club)   (17-Raymond Mommens (Koninklijke Sporting Club Lokeren) 88)

10-Erwin Vandenbergh (Koninklijke Lierse Sportvereniging)

6-Julien Cools (Koninklijke Beerschot Voetbal en Atletiek Club)

11-Jan Ceulemans (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)

 

Coach: Guy Thys

Other Substitutes:

1-Theo Custers (Royal Antwerp Football Club)

13-Maurice Martens (Racing White Daring Molenbeek)

22-Ronny Martens (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)

15-Rene Verheyen (Koninklijke Sporting Club Lokeren)

 

Team Captain: Julien Cools

Official Kit Supplier/Designer:Adidas

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Black Shorts, Red Socks

 

England:

1- Raymond Neal Clemence  (Liverpool Football Club)
2- Phillip George Neal (Liverpool Football Club)     
3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Crystal Palace Football Club-London)
4- Phillip Bernard Thompson (Liverpool Football  Club)
5- David Vernon  Watson (Southampton Football Club)
6- Raymond Colin Wilkins (Manchester United Football Club)
7- Kevin Joseph  Keegan  (Hamburger Sport Verein e.V. / West Germany)
8- Stephen James Coppell (Manchester United Football Club)(17- Terence Mc Dermott (Liverpool Football Club) 81)
10- Trevor David Brooking (West Ham United Football Club-London)
9- David Edward Johnson (Liverpool Football Club) (18- Raymond Kennedy (Liverpool Football Club)70)
11- Anthony Stewart Woodcock (1.Fussball Club Köln / West Germany)  

 

Coach: Ronald Greenwood

 

Team Captain: Kevin Joseph Keegan 

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Admiral

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Blue Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 25 (293), June 18-June 14, 1980

(June 12, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Belgium 1-England 1)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 74, February 1982

(June 12, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Belgium 1-England 1)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 55, July 1980

(June 12, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Belgium 1-England 1)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 55, July 1980

(Belgium squad, June 12, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Belgium 1-England 1)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 55, July 1980

(England squad, June 12, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Belgium 1-England 1)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 25 (292), June 18-June 14, 1980

(Goal diagrams, June 12, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Belgium 1-England 1)



 





Date: June 12, 1980

Competition: 1980 UEFA European Championship Finals-Group 2

Result: Italy 0-Spain 0

Venue: Milano -Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, San Siro, Italy

Attendance: 50,000

Kick-off Time:  20:30

Referee: Karoly Palotai (Hungary)

Goalscorers:

(Italy): None

(Spain): None

Summary of goals:

None

Lineups:

Italy:

1-Dino Zoff  (Juventus Football Club-Torino)                   

7-Claudio Gentile (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

5-Antonio Cabrini (Juventus Football Club-Torino)(11-Romeo Benetti (Associazione Sportiva Roma) 56)

14-Gabriele Oriali (Internazionale Football Club- Milano) 

6-Fulvio Collovati (Associazione Calcio Milan)  

9-Gaetano Scirea (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

19-Franco Causio (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

15-Marco Tardelli (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

20-Francesco Graziani (Torino Calcio 1906)

10-Giancarlo Antognoni (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)         

11-Roberto Bettega (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

 

Coach: Enzo Bearzot

Booked: Francesco Graziani

Other Substitutes:

12-Ivano Bordon (Internazionale Football Club- Milano)  

4-Mauro Bellugi (Societa Sportiva Calcio Napoli)

16-Renato Zaccarelli (Torino Calcio 1906)

17-Alessandro Altobelli (Internazionale Football Club- Milano) 

 

Team Captain: Dino Zoff

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Le Coq Sportif

Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, White Shorts, Blue Socks

 

Spain:

1- Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)

20- Miguel ‘Tendillo’ Belenguer (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

14- Rafael ‘Gordillo’ Vazquez (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)

21- Jesus Maria ‘Zamora’ Ansorena (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)

3- Miguel ‘Migueli’ Bernardo Bianquetti (Fútbol Club Barcelona)

2- Jose Ramon ‘Alexanco’ Ventosa (Athletic Club de Bilbao)

7- Daniel ‘Dani Ruiz’ Bazan Justa (Athletic Club de Bilbao) (12- Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)  53)

18- Enrique ‘Saura’ Gil (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

17- Jesus Maria ‘Satrustegui’ Azpiroz (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)

6- Juan Manuel ‘Asensi’ Ripoll (Fútbol Club Barcelona)

10- Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez (Sporting Gijon)

 

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  

Other Substitutes:

13- Francisco Javier Gonzalez ‘Urruticoechea’ Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona)

15- Antonio ‘Olmo’ Ramirez (Fútbol Club Barcelona)

5- Francisco Javier Alvarez ‘Uria’ (Real Sporting de Gijón)

16- Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez  (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 

 

Team Captain: Juan Manuel ‘Asensi’ Ripoll

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Deportes Condor

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks


Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(June 12, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 0-Spain 0)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 55, July 1980

(June 12, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 0-Spain 0)



Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, Supplement 2

(Italy squad, June 12, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 0-Spain 0)



Photo From: Photo From: Onze, Issue 55, July 1980

(Spain squad, June 12, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 0-Spain 0)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 25 (292), June 18-June 14, 1980

(Diagram of Juanito hitting post, June 12, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 0-Spain 0)



 

 





Date: June 15, 1980

Competition: 1980 UEFA European Championship Finals-Group 2

Result: Spain 1-Belgium 2

Venue: Milano -Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, San Siro, Italy

Attendance: 11,000

Kick-off Time:  17:45

Referee: Charles George Reinier Corver (Netherlands)

Goalscorers:

(Spain): Quini 36

(Belgium): Eric Gerets 17, Julien Cools 65

Summary of goals:

0:1 (17th minute, Belgium): From the edge of the box in the center Meeuws passed to Gerets on the right side who shot across into the goal.

1:1 (36th minute, Spain): Juanito’s free kick from the left side was headed by Quini.

2:1 (65th minute, Belgium): Ceulemans’s pass from the right side was deflected by a Spanish defender and reached Cools who scored.

Lineups:

Spain:

1- Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)

20- Miguel ‘Tendillo’ Belenguer (Valencia Club de Fútbol) (9- Francisco Javier ‘Carrasco’ Hidalgo (Fútbol Club Barcelona) 79)

14- Rafael ‘Gordillo’ Vazquez (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)

21- Jesus Maria ‘Zamora’ Ansorena (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)

3- Miguel ‘Migueli’ Bernardo Bianquetti (Fútbol Club Barcelona)

2- Jose Ramon ‘Alexanco’ Ventosa (Athletic Club de Bilbao)

12- Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 

18- Enrique ‘Saura’ Gil (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

17- Jesus Maria ‘Satrustegui’ Azpiroz (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)

6- Juan Manuel ‘Asensi’ Ripoll (Fútbol Club Barcelona) (11- Vicente ‘Del Bosque’ Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 37)

10- Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez  (Real Sporting de Gijón)

 

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  

Booked: Miguel ‘Migueli’ Bernardo Bianquetti

 

Team Captain: Juan Manuel ‘Asensi’ Ripoll

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Deportes Condor

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

 

Belgium:

12-Jean-Marie Pfaff (Koninklijke Sportkring Beveren)

2-Eric Gerets (Royal Standard de Liege)

5-Michel Renquin (Royal Standard de Liege)

7-Rene Vandereycken (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)

3-Luc Millecamps (Koninklijke Sportvereniging Waregem)         

4-Walter Meeuws (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)

9-Francois Van der Elst (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)

8-Wilfred van Moer (Koninklijke Beringen Football Club)   (17-Raymond Mommens (Koninklijke Sporting Club Lokeren) 80)

10-Erwin Vandenbergh (Koninklijke Lierse Sportvereniging)  (15-Rene Verheyen (Koninklijke Sporting Club Lokeren) 81)

6-Julien Cools (Koninklijke Beerschot Voetbal en Atletiek Club)

11-Jan Ceulemans (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)

 

Coach: Guy Thys

Booked: Julien Cools

Other Substitutes:

1-Theo Custers (Royal Antwerp Football Club)

13-Maurice Martens (Racing White Daring Molenbeek)

22-Ronny Martens (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)

 

Team Captain: Julien Cools

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-Belgium 2)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-Belgium 2)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 75, March 1982

(June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-Belgium 2)



Photo From: Todo Sobre La Seleccion Espanola, Felix Martialay, 2006

(Spain squad, June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-Belgium 2)



Photo From: Magazine source unknown

(Belgium squad, June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-Belgium 2)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 25 (292), June 18-June 14, 1980

(Goal Diagrams, June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-Belgium 2)



 




Date: June 15, 1980

Competition: 1980 UEFA European Championship Finals-Group 2

Result: Italy 1-England 0

Venue: Torino, Stadio Comunale, Italy

Attendance: 56,649

Kick-off Time:  20:30

Referee: Nicolae Rainea (Romania)

Goalscorers:

(Italy): Marco Tardelli 78

(England): None

Summary of goals:

1:0 (78th minute, Italy): Francesco Graziani’s cross from the left side was struck in by Marco Tardelli.

Lineups:

Italy:

1-Dino Zoff (Juventus Football Club-Torino)                            

7-Claudio Gentile (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

14-Gabriele Oriali (Internazionale Football Club- Milano) 

11-Romeo Benetti (Associazione Sportiva Roma)

6-Fulvio Collovati (Associazione Calcio Milan)  

9-Gaetano Scirea (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

19-Franco Causio (Juventus Football Club-Torino)  (3-Giuseppe Baresi (Internazionale Football Club- Milano) 88th)

15-Marco Tardelli (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

20-Francesco Graziani (Torino Calcio 1906)

10-Giancarlo Antognoni (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)                

11-Roberto Bettega  (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

 

Coach: Enzo Bearzot

Booked: Romeo Benetti, Marco Tarcdelli

Other Substitutes:

12-Ivano Bordon (Internazionale Football Club- Milano)  

4-Mauro Bellugi (Societa Sportiva Calcio Napoli)

16-Renato Zaccarelli (Torino Calcio 1906)

17-Alessandro Altobelli (Internazionale Football Club- Milano) 

 

Team Captain: Dino Zoff

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Le Coq Sportif

Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, White Shorts, Blue Socks

 

England:

13- Peter Leslie Shilton (Nottingham Forest Football Club)
2- Phillip George Neal (Liverpool Football Club) 
3- Kenneth Graham Sansom (Crystal Palace Football Club-London)
4- Phillip Bernard Thompson (Liverpool Football  Club)
5- David Vernon  Watson (Southampton Football Club)
6- Raymond Colin Wilkins (Manchester United Football Club)
7- Kevin Joseph Keegan (Hamburger Sport Verein e.V. / West Germany)
8- Stephen James Coppell (Manchester United Football Club)
21- Garry Birtles (Nottingham Forest Football Club) (20- Paul Mariner (Ipswich Town Football Club) 75th)
18- Raymond Kennedy (Liverpool Football Club)
11- Anthony Stewart Woodcock (1.Fussball Club Köln / West Germany)  

 

Coach: Ronald Greenwood

Other Substitutes:

1- Raymond Neal Clemence (Liverpool Football Club)

15- Emlyn Walter Hughes (Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club)

10- Trevor David Brooking (West Ham United Football Club-London)

19- Glenn Hoddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)

 

Team Captain: Kevin Joseph Keegan

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Admiral

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Blue Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 1-England 0)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 1-England 0)



Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, Supplement 2

(Italy squad, June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 1-England 0)



Photo From: France Football, Issue 1976, February 21, 1984

(June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 1-England 0)



Photo From: Calcio 2000, Issue 25, December 1999

(June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 1-England 0)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 25 (292), June 18-June 14, 1980

(Goal Diagrams, June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 1-England 0)



 




Date: June 18, 1980

Competition: 1980 UEFA European Championship Finals-Group 2

Result: Spain 1-England 2

Venue: Napoli, Stadio San Paolo, Italy

Attendance: 14,000

Kick-off Time:  17:45

Referee: Eric Linemayr (Austria)

Goalscorers:

(Spain): Daniel ‘Dani Ruiz’ Bazan Justa 48             

(England): Trevor Brooking 19, Anothony Woodcock 61

Summary of goals:

0:1 (19th minute, England): McDermott’s cross from the left side was headed across the box by Wilkins and an un-marked Brooking scored.

1:1 (48th minute, Spain): Spain were awarded their penalty kick after Zamora was fouled by Clemence in the box. Dani Ruiz scored from the ensuing penalty kcik.

1:2 (61st minute, England): Brooking corner from the right side was volleyed by McDermott at the edge of the box, Arconada parried and Woodcock knocked in the rebound.

Spain:

1- Luis Maria ‘Arconada’ Echarri (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
19- Secundio ‘Cundi’ Suarez Alvarez
(Real Sporting de Gijón)
14- Rafael ‘Gordillo’ Vazquez (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla)
15- Antonio ‘Olmo’ Ramirez
(Fútbol Club Barcelona)
2-
Jose Ramon ‘Alexanco’ Ventosa (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
12- Juan ‘Juanito‘Gomez Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)  (9- Francisco Javier ‘Carrasco’ Hidalgo
(Fútbol Club Barcelona) 46)
5- Francisco Javier Alvarez ‘Uria’
(Real Sporting de Gijón)
18-
Enrique ‘Saura’ Gil (Valencia Club de Fútbol)
16- Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez  (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) 

21- Jesus Maria ‘Zamora’ Ansorena (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)
8- Julio ‘Cardenosa’ Rodriguez (Real Betis Balompié-Sevilla) (7- Daniel ‘Dani Ruiz’ Bazan Justa (Athletic Club de Bilbao) 46)

 

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  

Booked: Francisco Javier ‘Carrasco’ Hidalgo

 

Team Captain: Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez 

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Deportes Condor

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

Note:

1-Dani Ruiz missed a penalty kick in the 52nd minute

 

England:

1- Raymond Neal Clemence  (Liverpool Football Club)
12- Vivian Alexander Anderson (Nottingham Forest Football Club) (14- Trevor John Cherry  (Leeds United Association Football Club) 83)
16- Michael Denis ‘Mick’ Mills (Ipswich Town Football Club)
4- Phillip Bernard Thompson (Liverpool Football  Club)
5- David Vernon Watson (Southampton Football Club)
6- Raymond Colin Wilkins (Manchester United Football Club)
7- Kevin Joseph  Keegan  (Hamburger Sport Verein e.V. / West Germany)
17- Terence Mc Dermott (Liverpool Football Club)
19- Glenn Hoddle (Tottenham Hotspur Football  Club-London) (20- Paul Mariner (Ipswich Town Football Club) 76)
10- Trevor David Brooking (West Ham United Football Club-London)
11- Anthony Stewart Woodcock (1.Fussball Club Köln / West Germany)  

 

Coach: Ronald Greenwood

Booked: Terence Mc Dermott

 

Team Captain: Kevin Joseph Keegan

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Admiral

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Blue Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(June 18, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-England 2)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(June 18, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-England 2)



Photo From: Placar

(England squad, June 18, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-England 2)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer

(Spain squad, June 18, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-England 2)



Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

(Goals Diagram, June 18, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-England 2)








Date: June 18, 1980

Competition: 1980 UEFA European Championship Finals-Group 2

Result: Italy 0-Belgium 0

Venue: Roma-Lo Stadio Olimpico, Italy

Attendance: 60,000

Kick-off Time:  20:30

Referee: Antonio Garrido (Portugal)

Goalscorers:

(Italy): None

(Belgium): None

Summary of goals:

None

Lineups:

Italy:

1-Dino Zoff (Juventus Football Club-Torino)                    

7-Claudio Gentile (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

14-Gabriele Oriali (Internazionale Football Club- Milano) (17-Alessandro Altobelli (Internazionale Football Club- Milano) 46)

11-Romeo Benetti (Associazione Sportiva Roma)

6-Fulvio Collovati (Associazione Calcio Milan)  

9-Gaetano Scirea (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

19-Franco Causio (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

15-Marco Tardelli (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

20-Francesco Graziani (Torino Calcio 1906)

10-Giancarlo Antognoni (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze) (3-Giuseppe Baresi (Internazionale Football Club- Milano) 35)

11-Roberto Bettega (Juventus Football Club-Torino)

 

Coach: Enzo Bearzot

Booked: Gabriele Oriali, Franco Causio

Other Substitutes:

12-Ivano Bordon (Internazionale Football Club- Milano)  

4-Mauro Bellugi (Societa Sportiva Calcio Napoli)

16-Renato Zaccarelli (Torino Calcio 1906)

 

Team Captain: Dino Zoff

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Le Coq Sportif

Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, White Shorts, Blue Socks

 

Belgium:

12-Jean-Marie Pfaff (Koninklijke Sportkring Beveren)

2-Eric Gerets (Royal Standard de Liege)

5-Michel Renquin (Royal Standard de Liege)

6-Julien Cools (Koninklijke Beerschot Voetbal en Atletiek Club)

3-Luc Millecamps (Koninklijke Sportvereniging Waregem)         

4-Walter Meeuws (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)

9-Francois Van der Elst (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)

7-Rene Vandereycken (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)

17-Raymond Mommens (Koninklijke Sporting Club Lokeren) (10-Erwin Vandenbergh (Koninklijke Lierse Sportvereniging) 78)

8-Wilfred van Moer (Koninklijke Beringen Football Club)  (15-Rene Verheyen (Koninklijke Sporting Club Lokeren) 49)

11-Jan Ceulemans (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)

 

Coach: Guy Thys

Booked: Rene Vandereycken, Walter Meeuws, Francois Van der Elst

Other Substitutes:

1-Theo Custers (Royal Antwerp Football Club)

13-Maurice Martens (Racing White Daring Molenbeek)

22-Ronny Martens (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)

 

Team Captain: Julien Cools

Official Kit Supplier/Designer:Adidas

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Black Shorts, Yellow Socks


Photo From: Guerin Sportivo, Numero 26 (293), June 25-July 1, 1980

 (June 18, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 0-Belgium 0)



Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 61, February 1994

 (June 18, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 0-Belgium 0)



Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, Supplement 2

(Italy squad, June 18, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 0-Belgium 0)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 55, July 1980

(Italy squad, June 18, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 0-Belgium 0)



Photo From: Mondial, New series, issue 5, August 1980

(Belgium squad, June 18, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 0-Belgium 0)