Thursday, May 17, 2018

Compendium to the 1976 Euros- Part 9 (Quarterfinals)

UEFA European Championships -Quarterfinals

April 24, 1976 (Bratislava, Czechoslovakia 2-USSR 0)
May 22, 1976 (Kiev, USSR 2-Czechsolovakia 2)

April 24, 1976 (Madrid, Spain 1-West Germany 1)
May 22, 1976 (Munich, West Germany 2-Spain 0)

April 24, 1976 (Zagreb, Yugoslavia 2-Wales 0)
May 22, 1976 (Cardiff, Wales 1-Yugoslavia 1)

April 25, 1976 (Rotterdam, Holland 5-Belgium 0)
May 22, 1976 (Brussels, Belgium 1-Holland 2)



Date: April 24, 1976
Competition: UEFA European Championship-Quarterfinals, First Leg
Result: Czechoslovakia 2-USSR 0
Venue: Bratislava -Tehelne Pole Stadion (Slovan Bratislava)   
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Hilmi Ok (Turkey)
Goalscorers:
(Czechoslovakia): Jozef Móder 34, Antonin Panenka 47
(USSR): None
Summary of goals:
1:0 (34th minute, Czechoslovakia): Pollak ran down the right wing, he slipped the ball to Moder who shot.
2:0 (47th minute, Czechoslovakia): Panenka scored from a free kick.
Lineups:
Czechoslovakia:
Ivo Viktor (VTJ Dukla Praha) 
Karol Dobias (TJ Spartak Trnava)
Anton Ondrus (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava)  
Jozef Capkovic (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava)  
Koloman Gögh (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava)  
Jozef Moder (TJ  Lokomotiva Kosice)           (Lubomir Knapp (TJ  Baník OKD Ostrava) 76th)
Jaroslav Pollak (VSS Kosice)
Antonin Panenka (Bohemians Praha CKD)   
Marian Masny (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava)  
Ladislav Petras (TJ  Internacional Slovnaft Bratislava)  (Karel Kroupa (TJ Zbrojovko Brno) 17th)
Zdenek Nehoda (VTJ Dukla Praha) 

Coach: Vaclav Jezek
Team Captain: Anton Ondrus
Official Kit Supplier/Designer:
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, ?? Socks

USSR:
Aleksandr Vladimirovich Prokhorov (Spartak Moskva)
Vladimir Nikolaevich Troshkin (Dynamo Kiev)
Stefan Mihaylovich Reshko (Dynamo Kiev)
Mikhail Ivanovich Fomenko (Dynamo Kiev)
Viktor Antonovich Matvienko (Dynamo Kiev)
Anatoly Dmitrievich Konkov (Dynamo Kiev)
Viktor Mihaylovich Kolotov (Dynamo Kiev)   
Viktor Aleksandrovich Zvyagintsev (Dynamo Kiev)
Evgeny Serfimovich Lovchev (Spartak Moskva) (Vladimir Grigoryevich Veremeyev (Dynamo Kiev) 57th)
Vladimir Ivanovich Onischenko (Dynamo Kiev) (Leonid Vasilyevich Nazarenko (CSKA (Central'nyy Sportivnyy Klub Armii) Moskva) 68th)
Oleg Vladimirovich Blokhin (Dynamo Kiev)

Coach: Valeri Vasiliyevich Lobanovsky and Oleg Bazilevich
Team Captain:
Official Kit Supplier/Designer:
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: World Soccer, August 1979
(April 24, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Czechoslovakia 2-USSR 0)

Photo From: se Lvickem na prsou-Authors O.Bartunek, J.Kalat
(Czechoslovakia squad, April 24, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Czechoslovakia 2-USSR 0)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(USSR squad, April 24, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Czechoslovakia 2-USSR 0)


Date: May 22, 1976
Competition: UEFA European Championship-Quarterfinals, Second Leg
Result: USSR 2-Czechoslovakia 2
Venue: Kiev –Central Stadium
Attendance: 100,000
Referee: Alistair McKenzie (Scotland)
Goalscorers:
(USSR): Leonid Burjak 57, Oleg Blokhin 88
(Czechoslovakia): Jozef Móder 45, 83
Lineups:
USSR:
Evgeny Vasilyevich Rudakov (Dynamo Kiev)
Vladimir Nikolaevich Troshkin (Dynamo Kiev)
Viktor Aleksandrovich Zvyagintsev (Dynamo Kiev)
Mikhail Ivanovich Fomenko (Dynamo Kiev)
Evgeny Serfimovich Lovchev (Spartak Moskva)
Vladimir Fedorovich Muntyan (Dynamo Kiev)
Anatoly Dmitrievich Konkov (Dynamo Kiev)  (Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Minaev (Dynamo Moskva)  58th)
Leonid Iosifovich Burjak  (Dynamo Kiev)
Vladimir Grigoryevich Veremeyev (Dynamo Kiev)
Vladimir Ivanovich Onischenko (Dynamo Kiev)
Oleg Vladimirovich Blokhin (Dynamo Kiev)

Coach: Valeri Vasiliyevich Lobanovsky and Oleg Bazilevich
Booked: Vladimir Troschkine
Team Captain:
Official Kit Supplier/Designer:
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks


Czechoslovakia:
Ivo Viktor (VTJ Dukla Praha) 
Jan Pivarnik (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava)  
Jozef Capkovic (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava)  (Ladislav Jurkemik (TJ  Internacional Slovnaft Bratislava)  80th)
Anton Ondrus (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava)  
Koloman Gögh (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava)  
Jaroslav Pollak (VSS Kosice)
Karol Dobias (TJ Spartak Trnava)
Jozef Moder (TJ  Lokomotiva Kosice)
Marian Masny (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava)  
Zdenek Nehoda (VTJ Dukla Praha) 
Peter Gallis (VSS Kosice)          (Jan Svehlik (TJ Slovan ChZJD Bratislava) 87th)

Coach: Vaclav Jezek
Booked: Jozef Moder
Team Captain: Anton Ondrus
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Admiral
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, White Shorts, ?? Socks


Photo From: Футбол - Футбол-Хоккей, 1976 №22---30.05
(May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, USSR 2-Czechoslovakia 2)

Photo From: Футбол - Футбол-Хоккей, 1976 №22---30.05
(May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, USSR 2-Czechoslovakia 2)

Photo From: se Lvickem na prsou-Authors O.Bartunek, J.Kalat
(Czechoslovakia squad, May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, USSR 2-Czechoslovakia 2)


Note for Czechoslovakia clubs:
ASVS =Armadni Stredisko Vrcholoveho Sportu
ChZJD=Chemických Závodov Juraja Dimitrova
ZVL = (productions company on the field of bearings)
ZVU=  (engineering and manufacturing company)
MZ = Moravske Zelezarny   (means Moravian Metalworks)
SKP = Sportovni klub policie  (means Police Sport Club)
TJ =Tělovýchovné Jednoty
VTJ =Vojenské Tělovýchovné Jednoty
CKD =  Ceskomoravska Kolben Danek
     Ceskomoravska  is 'Czech and Moravian'
     Kolben and Danek  are names of two Czech industrialists who founded
                       this company
OKD = Ostravsko-Karvinske Doly
     Ostravsko and Karvinske  are adjectives made from names of two towns
                              Ostrava and Karvina
     Doly  are 'coal-mines'
  It is coal-mining company (still existing but today in private hands)
  in the region of Ostrava and Karvina.
  Some of the clubs in the surrounding of Ostrava had OKD in their names
  (e.g. Banik Ostrava).



Date: April 24, 1976
Competition: UEFA European Championship-Quarterfinals, First Leg
Result: Spain 1-West Germany 1
Venue: Madrid-Estadio Vicente Calderon (Club Atlético de Madrid     
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: John Keith Taylor (England)
Goalscorers:
(Spain): Carlos Santillana 21
(West Germany): Erich Beer 60     
Summary of goals:
1:0 (21st  minute, Spain): A long cross into the box by Benito (Capon in other source) reached Santillana who headed down and went on to score.
1:1 (60th minute, West Germany): On the left side, Danner (Holzenbein in another source) gave the ball to Beer who scored with a long range effort.
Lineups:
Spain:
1-José Angel  Iribar Cortajarena (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
2-
Juan Cruz Sol Oria (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)                
3-Gregorio de Benito Rubio (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
5-Miguel ‘Migueli’ Bernardo Bianqueti (Fútbol Club Barcelona) (15-Sebastián Alabanda González (Real Betis Balompié –Sevilla)  81st)
6-José Antonio ‘Camacho’ Alfaro (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
4-José Luis
Capon González (Club Atlético de Madrid)  
8-Angel Maria Villar Llona (Athletic Club de Bilbao)
10-Vicente ‘Del Bosque’ Gonzalez  (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)                  
11-
Ignacio Churruca Sistiaga (Real Sporting de Gijón
9-Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)  
7-Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez  (Real Sporting de Gijón)  (12-Jesus Maria ‘Satrustegui’ Azpiroz (Real Sociedad de Fútbol) 81st)

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  
Booked: Gregorio de Benito Rubio 82
Other Substitutes:
Miguel Angel González Suárez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
Daniel Solsona Puig (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona)
José Francisco ‘Chechu Rojo’ (Club Atlético de Bilbao)
Team Captain: Juan Cruz Sol Oria
Official Kit Supplier/Designer:
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

West Germany:
1-Josef ‘Sepp’ Maier (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)
2-Hans-Hubert ‘Berti’ Vogts (Borussia Verein für Leibesübungen 1900 e.V. Mönchengladbach)
3-Bernhard Dietz (Meidericher Spielverein 02 e.V. Duisburg) (13-Manfred Ritschel (Offenbacher Fußball Club Kickers 1901 e.V.)  83rd)
4-Georg Schwarzenbeck (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.) (14-Bernhard Cullmann (1. Fußball-Club Köln 01/07 e.V.)  46th)
5-Franz Beckenbauer (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)
6-Rainer Bonhof (Borussia Verein für Leibesübungen 1900 e.V. Mönchengladbach)
7-Bernd Hölzenbein (
Eintracht Frankfurt e.V.)
8-Herbert Wimmer (Borussia Verein für Leibesübungen 1900 e.V. Mönchengladbach)
9-Erich Beer (Berliner Sport-Club Hertha 1892 e.V.)
10-Dietmar Danner (Borussia Verein für Leibesübungen 1900 e.V. Mönchengladbach)
11-Ronald Worm (Meidericher Spielverein 02 e.V. Duisburg)

Coach: Helmut Schön
Booked: Bernhard Dietz 23 (or 35)
Team Captain: Franz Beckenbauer
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Black Shorts, White Socks
Note:
1-West Germany Preliminary squad:
Goalkeepers: Maier, Kargus
Defenders: Vogts, Beckenbauer, Schwarzenbeck, Dietz, Reichel
Midfielders: Wimmer, Danner, Bonhof, Cullmann, Bongartz
Strikers: Beer, Worm, Holzenbein, Toppmoller
Note: Toppmoller was the only newcomer to the squad.
2-The two sides wore black armbands due to the death of Spanish Politician Jose Antonio Elola Olaso on the day before.


Photo From: World Soccer, June 1976
(April 24, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-West Germany 1)

Photo From: AS Color, Issue 258, April 27, 1976
(April 24, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-West Germany 1)

Photo From: AS Color, Issue 258, April 27, 1976
(April 24, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-West Germany 1)

Photo From: Todo Sobre La Seleccion Espanola, Felix Martialay, 2006
(Spain squad, April 24, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-West Germany 1)



Date: May 22, 1976
Competition: UEFA European Championship-Quarterfinals, Second Leg
Result: West Germany 2-Spain 0
Venue: München (Munich) –Olympiastadion               
Attendance: 75,000
Referee: Robert Wurtz (France)
Linesmen: Franciel and Verbeke (France)
Goalscorers:
(West Germany): Uli Hoeness 17, Klaus Toppmöller 43
(Spain): None
Summary of goals:
1:0 (17th minute, West Germany): Beer’s cross from the right side was volleyed in by Uli Hoeness.
2:0 (43rd minute, West Germany):  Vogts passed to Beckenbauer, his shot was parried by Miguel Angel, Klaus Toppmöller scored from the rebound.
Lineups:
West Germany:
1-Josef ‘Sepp’ Maier (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)
2-Hans-Hubert ‘Berti’ Vogts (Borussia Verein für Leibesübungen 1900 e.V. Mönchengladbach)
3-Bernhard Dietz (Meidericher Spielverein 02 e.V. Duisburg)
4-Georg Schwarzenbeck (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)
5-Franz Beckenbauer  (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)
6-Rainer Bonhof (Borussia Verein für Leibesübungen 1900 e.V. Mönchengladbach)
8-Ulrich ‘Uli” Hoeness (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)
7-Herbert Wimmer (Borussia Verein für Leibesübungen 1900 e.V. Mönchengladbach)
9-Klaus Toppmöller (1.Fußball-Club e.V. Kaiserslautern)
10-Erich Beer (Berliner Sport-Club Hertha 1892 e.V.)
11-Bernd Hölzenbein (Eintracht Frankfurt e.V.)

Coach: Helmut Schön
Team Captain: Franz Beckenbauer
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Black Shorts, White Socks
Note:
1-West Germany Preliminary squad:
Goalkeepers: Maier, Kargus
Defenders: Vogts, Kaltz, Beckenbauer, Schwarzenbeck, Dietz
Midfielders: Wimmer, Stielike, Beer, Bonhof, Bongartz
Strikers: Holzenbein, Hoeness, Worm, Toppmoller
Note: Durnberger (Bayern Munich) called up later in place of Worm.
Toppmoller had been called up as Heynckes was injured.
2-International debut and goal for Klaus Toppmöller.

Spain:
1-Miguel Angel González Suárez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
4-José Luis
Capon González (Club Atlético de Madrid)  
2-
Juan Cruz Sol Oria  (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)  (14-Iñaki Cortabarria Arrabategui (Real Sociedad de Fútbol) 17th)
3-Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
6-José Antonio ‘Camacho’ Alfaro (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)
8-
Angel Maria Villar Llona (Athletic Club de Bilbao) (12-José Antonio Ramos Huete (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona) 46th)
5-Juan Manuel ‘Asensi’ Ripoll (Fútbol Club Barcelona)  
10-Vicente ‘Del Bosque’ Gonzalez  (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)        
7-Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez
 (Real Sporting de Gijón)
9-Carlos ‘Santillana’ Alonso Gonzalez (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)  
11-Ignacio Churruca Sistiaga (Real Sporting de Gijón

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  
Booked: Pirri 43, Jose Antonio Camacho 47
Other Substitutes:
‘Paco’ Francisco Ruiz Brenes (Sevilla Club de Fútbol)
Sebastián Alabanda González (Real Betis Balompié –Sevilla) 
Daniel Solsona Puig (Real Club Deportivo Espanol-Barcelona)
Team Captain: Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’
Official Kit Supplier/Designer:
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks
Note:
1-Quini scored a goal in the 89th minute that was disallowed.



Photo From: AS Color, Issue 262, May 25, 1976
(May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Spain 0)


Photo From: AS Color, Issue 262, May 25, 1976
(May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Spain 0)


Photo From: Don Balon, Issue 34, May 25, 1976
(May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Spain 0)


Photo From: Fussball Magazin, Issue 6, September October 1977
(May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Spain 0)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 8, August 1976
(May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Spain 0)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 8, August 1976
(May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Spain 0)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Spain squad, May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Spain 0)



1976 (May 22) West Germany 2-Spain 0 (European... by sp1873

Date: April 24, 1976
Competition: UEFA European Championship-Quarterfinals, First Leg
Result: Yugoslavia 2-Wales 0
Venue: Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir     
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Paul Schiller (Austria)
Goalscorers:
(Yugoslavia): Momcilo Vukotic 1, Danilo Popivoda 58
(Wales): None
Summary of goals:
1:0 (1st minute, Yugoslavia): A long range shot reached Momcilo Vukotic, who stopped the ball and scored.
2:0 (58th minute, Yugoslavia): Oblak’s cross from the left side was headed across to Popovida at the far post to tap in.
Lineups:
Yugoslavia:
Ognjen Petrovic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)  
Ivan Buljan (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  
Dzemal Hadziabdic (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)
Brane Oblak (Fußball Club Schalke von 1904- Gelsenkirchen / West Germany)
Josip Katalinski (Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice / France)    
Drazen Muzinic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  
Drago Vabec (Nogometni Klub Dinamo- Zagreb
Danilo Popivoda (Braunschweiger Turn- und Sportverein Eintracht von 1895 e.V. / West Germany)
Momcilo Vukotic (Fudbalski Klub Partizan- Beograd)  (Jure Jerkovic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split) 60th)
Jovan Acimovic (Fudbalski Klub Crvena zvezda (Red Star) -Beograd)  
Ivica Surjak (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  

Coach: Ante Mladinic
Booked: Drazen Muzinic
Team Captain: Jovan Acimovic
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, White Shorts, Red Socks

Wales:
William David Davies (Everton Football Club-Liverpool/ England)
Rodney John Thomas (Derby County Football Club / England)
Malcolm Edward Page (Birmingham City Football Club / England)
John Francis Mahoney (Stoke City Football Club / England)
Leighton Phillips (Aston Villa Football Club-Birmingham / England)
Ian Peter Evans (Crystal Palace Football Club-London / England)
Leighton James (Derby County Football Club / England) (Alan Thomas Curtis (Swansea City Football Club / Wales, registered in English League) 81st)
Brian Flynn (Burnley Football Club / England)
Terence Charles Yorath (Leeds United Association Football Club / England)
John Benjamin Toshack (Liverpool Football Club / England)
Arfon Trevor Griffiths (Wrexham Football Club / Wales, registered in English League) 

Coach: Michael Smith
Team Captain:
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Admiral
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Red Shorts, Yellow Socks


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Predrag Cvijetic)
(April 24, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Yugoslavia 2-Wales 0)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Predrag Cvijetic)
(April 24, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Yugoslavia 2-Wales 0)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Predrag Cvijetic)
(April 24, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Yugoslavia 2-Wales 0)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Predrag Cvijetic)
(April 24, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Yugoslavia 2-Wales 0)



1976 (April 24) Yugoslavia 2-Wales 0 (European... by sp1873

Date: May 22, 1976
Competition: UEFA European Championship-Quarterfinals, Second Leg
Result: Wales 1-Yugoslavia 1
Venue: Cardiff, Ninian Park 
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Rudolf Glöckner (East Germany)
Goalscorers:
(Wales): Ian Peter Evans 38
(Yugoslavia): Josip Katalinski 18 pen
Summary of goals:
0:1 (18th minute, Yugoslavia): Malcolm Page fouled Popovida in the box. Josip Katalinski scored from the ensuing penalty kick.
1:1 (38th minute, Wales): A corner taken from the left side was headed by Toshack to Griffiths, his attempt was blocked, he then passed the rebound to Evans to score.
Lineups:
Wales:
1-William David Davies (Everton Football Club-Liverpool / England)
2-Leighton Phillips (Aston Villa Football Club-Birmingham / England)
5-David Frazer Roberts (Hull City Football Club / England)
6-Ian Peter Evans (Crystal Palace Football Club-London / England)
3-Malcolm Edward Page (Birmingham City Football Club / England)
7-Arfon Trevor Griffiths (Wrexham Football Club / Wales, registered in  English League)  (16-Alan Thomas Curtis (Swansea City Football Club / Wales, registered in English League) 67th)
9-Terence Charles Yorath (Leeds United Association Football Club / England)   
4-John Francis Mahoney (Stoke City Football Club / England)
8-Brian Flynn (Burnley Football Club / England)
10-John Benjamin Toshack (Liverpool Football Club / England)
11-Leighton James (Derby County Football Club / England)

Coach: Michael Smith
Booked: Leighton Phillips, Brian Flynn, Terry Yorath
Team Captain: Terence Charles Yorath
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Admiral
Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Red Shorts, Yellow Socks
Note:
1-John Toshack scored a goal that was ruled out offside.

Yugoslavia:
1-Enver Maric (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)
4-Ivan Buljan  (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  
3-Dzemal Hadziabdic (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar)
8-Brane Oblak (Fußball Club Schalke von 1904- Gelsenkirchen / West Germany)
5-Josip Katalinski (Olympique Gymnaste Club de Nice / France)     
2-Drazen Muzinic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  
7-Slavisa Zungul (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  (14-Franjo Vladic (Fudbalski Klub Velez- Mostar) 61st)
11-Danilo Popivoda (Braunschweiger Turn- und Sportverein Eintracht von 1895 e.V. / West Germany)
9-Borislav Djordjevic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  
10-Jure Jerkovic (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  
6-Ivica Surjak (Nogometni Klub Hajduk –Split)  

Coach: Ante Mladinic
Booked: Jure Jerkovic
Team Captain: Ivan Buljan
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks


Photo From: World Soccer, July 1976
(May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Wales 1-Yugoslavia 1)

Photo From: World Soccer, July 1976
(Yugoslavia squad, May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Wales 1-Yugoslavia 1)



Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Predrag Cvijetic)
(May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Wales 1-Yugoslavia 1)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Predrag Cvijetic)
(May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Wales 1-Yugoslavia 1)

Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (special thanks to Predrag Cvijetic)
(Wales squad, May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Wales 1-Yugoslavia 1)



1976 (May 22) Wales 1-Yugoslavia 1 (European... by sp1873


Date: April 25, 1976
Competition: UEFA European Championship-Quarterfinals, First Leg
Result: Holland 5-Belgium 0
Venue: Rotterdam-De Kuip-Feyenoord Stadion       
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Vincent Drouard (Switzerland)  
Goalscorers:
(Holland): Wim Rijsbergen 17, Robbie Rensenbrink 28, 58, 86, Johann Neeskens 80 pen
(Belgium): None
Summary of goals:
1:0 (17th minute, Holland): At an indirect free kick, Cruyff passed aross to Wim Rijsbergen who shot from outside of the box.
2:0 (28th minute, Holland): Cruyff’s corner from the left side was headed in by  Rensenbrink.
3:0 (58th minute, Holland): From the left side, Krol passed to Rensenbrink, who went in the box and scored.
4:0 (80th minute, Holland): Willy van der Kerkof lobbed a ball inside an empty net. Leekens stopped at the line with his hand, Johann Neeskens scored from the ensuing penalty kick.
5:0 (86th minute, Holland): A cross from the left side was headed in by  Rensenbrink.
Lineups:
Holland:
1-Pieter ‘Piet’ Schrijvers (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)
2-Willem Lourens Johannes ‘Wim’ Suurbier (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)
4-Adrianus Ambrosius ‘Adri’ van Kraay (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)
3-Wilhelmus Gerardus ‘Wim’ Rijsbergen (Sportclub Feyenoord -Rotterdam)
5-Rudolf Jozef ‘Ruud’ Krol  (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)
7-Wilhelmus Marinus Antonius ‘Wim’ Jansen (Sportclub Feyenoord -Rotterdam)
6-Johannes Jacobus ‘Johan’ Neeskens (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain) (Johannes Wilhelmus ‘Jan’ Peters (NEC (Nijmegen Eendracht Combinatie)- Nijmegen) 84th)
10-Wilhelmus Antonius ‘Willy’ van de Kerkhof  (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)  
8-Nicolaas ‘Johnny’ Rep (Valencia Club de Fútbol / Spain)
9-Hendrik Johannes ‘Johan’ Cruijff (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)
11-Pieter Robert ‘Rob’ Resenbrink (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois / Belgium)  

Coach: Gregorius ‘George’ Knobel
Booked: Wim Rijsbergen
Other Substitutes:
Jan Ruiter (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois / Belgium)
Geertruida Maria ‘Ruud’ Geels (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)
Reinier Lambertus ‘René’ van de Kerkhof (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)
Willem Jan ‘Wim’ Meutstege (Rotterdamsche Voetbal en Atletiek Vereniging Sparta)
Team Captain: Hendrik Johannes ‘Johan’ Cruijff
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: Orange Shirts, Black Shorts, Orange Socks

Belgium:
Christian Piot (Royal Standard de Liège
Eric Gerets (Royal Standard de Liège)  
Georges Leekens (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)
Gilbert Van Binst (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)
Maurice Martens (Racing White Daring Molenbeek)
Jan Verheyn (Royale Union)
Julien Cools (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging) (15-Francois van der Elst (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois) 46th)
Ludo Coeck (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)
Rene Vandereycken (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)
Roger Van Gool (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)
Raoul Lambert (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging) (16- Jacques Teugels (Racing White Daring Molenbeek) 81st)

Coach: Raymond Goethals
Booked: Jan Verheyen, Francois van Der Elst
Other Substitutes:
Jean-Marie Pfaff (Sportkring Beveren-Waas)
Hugo Broos (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)
Jean Dockx (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)
Team Captain: Christian Piot
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks
Note:
1-In other sources the Referee is shown as Jean Dubach (Switzerland)




Photo From : Onze, Issue 5, May 1976
(April 25, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Holland 5-Belgium 0)

Photo From: Onze, Issue 12, December 1976
(April 25, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Holland 5-Belgium 0)

Photo From : Rode Duivels & Oranje Leeuwen., 100 jaar Derby der Lage Landen, Authors Ralf Willems, Matty Verkamman, 2001
(April 25, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Holland 5-Belgium 0)

Photo From : L'Annee du Football, 1976
(April 25, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Holland 5-Belgium 0)

Photo From : Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, April 25, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Holland 5-Belgium 0)

Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer (Belgium squad, April 25, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Holland 5-Belgium 0)




1976 (April 25) Holland 5-Belgium 0 (European... by sp1873

Date: May 22, 1976
Competition: UEFA European Championship-Quarterfinals, Second Leg
Result: Belgium 1-Holland 2
Venue: Bruxelles-Stade du Heysel  (Brussels- Heizelstadion)       
Attendance:          19,050
Referee: Alberto Michelotti (Italy)
Goalscorers:
(Belgium): Roger Van Gool 27       
(Holland): Johnny Rep 61, Johann Cruijff 77
Summary of goals:
1:0 (27th minute, Belgium): Roger van Gool scored from a free kick.
1:1 (61stminute, Holland): Krol passed to Cruyff who backheeled a pass to Rep, who went around Pfaff to score.
1:2 (77th minute, Holland): Krol sent a long pass to Cruyff on the left side, who from a narrow angle scored.
Lineups:
Belgium:
Jean-Marie Pfaff (Sportkring Beveren-Waas)
Gilbert Van Binst (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)
Michel Renquin (Royal Standard de Liège 
Robert Dalving (Koninklijke Sporting Club Lokeren)
Maurice Martens (Racing White Daring Molenbeek)
Julien Cools (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)
Francois van der Elst (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois)
Rene Verheyn (Koninklijke Sporting Club Lokeren)
Willy Wellens (Racing White Daring Molenbeek)
Rene Vandereycken (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)
Roger Van Gool (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging) (Herve Delesie (Koninklijke Sportvereniging Waregem) 66th)

Coach: Guy Thys
Booked: Maurice Martens, Herve Delesie
Other Substitutes:
Christian Piot (Royal Standard de Liège)  
Georges Leekens (Club Brugge Koninklijke Vereniging)
Marc Millecamps (Koninklijke Sportvereniging Waregem)
Jacques Teugels (Racing White Daring Molenbeek)
Team Captain:
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

Holland:
1-Pieter ‘Piet’ Schrijvers (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)
2-Willem Lourens Johannes ‘Wim’ Suurbier (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)
4-Adrianus Ambrosius ‘Adri’ van Kraay (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)
3-Wilhelmus Gerardus ‘Wim’ Rijsbergen (Sportclub Feyenoord -Rotterdam)
5-Rudolf Jozef ‘Ruud’ Krol  (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)
7-Wilhelmus Antonius ‘Willy’ van de Kerkhof  (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)  
6-Johannes Jacobus ‘Johan’ Neeskens (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)
10-Willem ‘Wim’ van Hanegem  (Sportclub Feyenoord -Rotterdam) (Johannes Wilhelmus ‘Jan’ Peters (NEC (Nijmegen Eendracht Combinatie)- Nijmegen) 82nd)
8-Nicolaas ‘Johnny’ Rep (Valencia Club de Fútbol / Spain) 
9-Hendrik Johannes ‘Johan’ Cruijff (Fútbol Club Barcelona / Spain)
11-Pieter Robert ‘Rob’ Resenbrink (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois / Belgium)  

Coach: Gregorius ‘George’ Knobel
Other Substitutes:
Jan Ruiter (Royale Sporting Club Anderlechtois / Belgium)
Geertruida Maria ‘Ruud’ Geels (Amsterdamse Football Club Ajax-Amsterdam)
Reinier Lambertus ‘René’ van de Kerkhof (Philips Sports Vereniging Eindhoven)
Willem Jan ‘Wim’ Meutstege (Rotterdamsche Voetbal en Atletiek Vereniging Sparta)
Team Captain: Hendrik Johannes ‘Johan’ Cruijff
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Adidas
Uniform Colors: Orange Shirts, Black Shorts, Orange Socks
Note:

1-Johann Neeskens missed a penalty kick. Maurice Martens had committed the foul in the box.

Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, May 22, 1976, UEFA European Championships, Belgium 1-Holland 2)



1976 (May 22) Belgium 1-Holland 2 (European... by sp1873



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