Saturday, June 18, 2022

Compendium to Soccernostalgia Interview-Part 29-Matches of Spain National team during the 1970/71 season

 

Spain National Team matches during the 1970/71 Season

 

October 28, 1970, Zaragoza, Spain 2-Greece 1 (Luis Aragones Suarez 20, Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez 51 / Mimis Papaioannou 86)

November 11, 1970, Sevilla, EC Qualifier, Spain 3-Northern Ireland 0 (Carlos Rexach Cerda 39, Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ 59, Luis Aragones Suarez 77)

February 20, 1971, Cagliari, Italy 1-Spain 2 (Giancarlo De Sisti 79 / Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ 35, Fidel Uriarte Macho 40)

March 17, 1971, Valencia, Spain 2-France 2 (Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ 61, 62 / Hervé Revelli 14, 54)

May 9, 1971, Nicosia, EC Qualifier, Cyprus 0-Spain 2 (Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ 3, José Luis Violeta Lajusticia 85)

May 30, 1971, Moscow, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Spain 1 (Viktor Mihaylovich Kolotov 79, Vitali Viktorovich Shevchenko 83 / Carlos Rexach Cerda 88)

 

 

 

 

Date: October 28, 1970

Competition: Friendly

Result: Spain 2-Greece 1

Venue: Zaragoza-Estadio La Romaneda

Attendance: 20,000

Referee: Rene Vigliani (France)

Linesmen: Rios and Eurkedian (both France)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Spain): Luis Aragones Suarez 20, Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez 51

(Greece): Mimis Papaioannou 86          

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Spain:

José Angel Iribar Cortajarena (Club Atlético de Bilbao)

Francisco Delgado Melo (Club Atlético de Madrid)

Enrique Alvarez Costas (Real Club Celta de Vigo)

Fidel Uriarte Macho (Club Atlético de Bilbao)

Juan Cruz Sol Oria (Valencia Club de Fútbol) (Francisco Fernández Gallego (Club de Fútbol Barcelona) 46)

Aderaldo Rodríguez Sánchez (Club Atlético de Madrid)

Pina Morales Marcial (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

Amaro Varela Amancio (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) (José Fernando Rodilla Martinez (Real Club Celta de Vigo) 30)

Luis Aragones Suarez (Club Atlético de Madrid) 

José Eulogio Garate Ormaechea (Club Atlético de Madrid) (Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 46)

Carlos Rexach Cerda (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

 

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  

Other Substitutes:

Roberto Rodriguez Aguirre, Rodri (Club Atlético de Madrid)

Antonio Martinez Morales ‘Anton’ (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

José Luis Violeta Lajusticia (Real Zaragoza)

Antonio Benitez Fernández (Real Betis Balompié –Sevilla)

Enrique Lora Millán (Sevilla Club de Fútbol)

 

Team Captain: Amaro Varela Amancio (Aderaldo Rodríguez Sánchez assumed captaincy 31st minute)

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

Note:

1-First cap for Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez.

2-First and only cap for José Fernando Rodilla Martinez (1/0) (1970).

3-Final cap for Aderaldo Rodríguez Sánchez (14/2) (1962-1970).

4- Final cap for Francisco Delgado Melo (2/0) (1970).

 

Greece:

Takis Ikonopoulos (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)

Aristidis Kamaras (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)

Georgios Skrekis (Panionios Gymnasticós Sillegós Smyrnis-Athinas)

Apostolos Toskas (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina) (Grigoris Agayian (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas) 73)

Nikos Stathopoulos (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)

Mimis Domazos (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas) (Sthathis Chaitas (Panionios Gymnasticós Sillegós Smyrnis-Athinas) 43)

Kostas Eleftherakis (Panathinaikos Athlitikos Omilos-Athinas)

Nikos Gioutsos (Olympiakos Syndesmos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas)

Mimis Papaioannou (AEK (Athlitiki Enosis Konstantinoupolis)-Athina)

Georgios Koudas (PAOK (Panthessalonikio Athlitiko Omilo Konstantinoupolis)- Thessaloniki)

Michalis Kritikopoulos (Ethnikos Omilos Filathlon Pirea-Pireas) (Petros Vouzourenakis (OFI (Ómilos Filathlós Iráklion)-Kriti ) 70)

 

Coach: Lakis Petropoulos

 

Team Captain: Mimis Domazos (Mimis Papaioannou assuemd captaincy 43rd minute)

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, White Shorts, ? Socks

 

 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(October 28, 1970, Spain 2-Greece 1)



 

 

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

(October 28, 1970, Spain 2-Greece 1)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(October 28, 1970, Spain 2-Greece 1)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(Spain squad, October 28, 1970, Spain 2-Greece 1)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell (Photos Archive Real Zaragoza)

(Spain squad, October 28, 1970, Spain 2-Greece 1)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell (Photos Archive Real Zaragoza)

(Greece squad, October 28, 1970, Spain 2-Greece 1)



 

 

Date: November 11, 1970

Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier-Group 4

Result: Spain 3-Northern Ireland 0

Venue: Sevilla -Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán    

Attendance: 26,215

Referee: Gyula Emsberger (Hungary)

Linesmen:  Petri and Kamaras (both Hungary)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Spain): Carlos Rexach Cerda 39, Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ 59, Luis Aragones Suarez 77

(Northern Ireland): None               

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Spain:

José Angel Iribar Cortajarena (Club Atlético de Bilbao)

Joaquin Rife Climent (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

Francisco Fernández Gallego (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

Juan Cruz Sol Oria (Valencia Club de Fútbol)       (Juan Lopez Hita (Sevilla Club de Fútbol) 46)

Enrique Alvarez Costas (Real Club Celta de Vigo)

José Luis Violeta Lajusticia (Real Zaragoza)

Antonio Arieta -Araunabeña Piedra (Club Atlético de Bilbao)

Luis Aragones Suarez (Club Atlético de Madrid) 

Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez (Real Sporting de Gijón) (Enrique Lora Millán (Sevilla Club de Fútbol) 46)

Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)

Carlos Rexach Cerda (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

 

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  

Other Substitutes:

Roberto Rodriguez Aguirre, Rodri (Club Atlético de Madrid)

Aderaldo Rodríguez Sánchez (Club Atlético de Madrid)

Ignacio Churruca Sistiaga (Real Sporting de Gijón

 

Team Captain: Luis Aragones Suarez

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

Note:

1-First cap for Juan Lopez Hita.

2-Final cap for Joaquin Rife Climent (4/1) (1968-1970).

 

Northern Ireland:

William Stewart McFaul (Newcastle United Football Club / England)

David James Craig (Newcastle United Football Club / England)

Samuel Nelson (Arsenal Football Club –London / England)

Thomas A. Jackson (Nottingham Forest Football Club / England)

William John ‘Terence’ Neill (Hull City Football Club / England)

William James O'Kane (Nottingham Forest Football Club / England)

David Sloan (Oxford United Football Club / England)

George Best (Manchester United Football Club / England)

Alexander ‘Derek’ Dougan (Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club / England) (Samuel John Todd (Sheffield Wednesday Football Club / England) 25)

John Terence Harkin (Shrewsbury Town Football Club / England)

David Clements (Coventry City Football Club / England)

 

Coach: William Laurence Bingham

 

Team Captain: William John ‘Terence’ Neill

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: Green Shirts, White Shorts, ? Socks

 

 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(November 11, 1970, EC Qualifier, Spain 3-Northern Ireland 0)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(November 11, 1970, EC Qualifier, Spain 3-Northern Ireland 0)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(November 11, 1970, EC Qualifier, Spain 3-Northern Ireland 0)



 

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

(November 11, 1970, EC Qualifier, Spain 3-Northern Ireland 0)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(Spain squad, November 11, 1970, EC Qualifier, Spain 3-Northern Ireland 0)


Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(Northern Ireland squad, November 11, 1970, EC Qualifier, Spain 3-Northern Ireland 0)








Date: February 20, 1971

Competition: Friendly

Result: Italy 1-Spain 2

Venue: Cagliari -Stadio Sant'Elia

Attendance:  27,492

Referee: Robert Franciel (France)

Linesmen:  Bancourt and Maillard (both France)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Italy): Giancarlo De Sisti 79

(Spain): Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ 35, Fidel Uriarte Macho 40

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Italy:

Dino Zoff (Societa Sportiva Calcio Napoli)

Aldo Bet (Associazione Sportiva Roma)

Giacinto Facchetti (Internazionale Football Club- Milano) 

Mario Bertini (Internazionale Football Club- Milano)  

Roberto Rosato (Associazione Calcio Milan)

Tarcisio Burgnich (Internazionale Football Club- Milano) (Ugo Ferrante (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze) 46)

Alessandro Mazzola (Internazionale Football Club- Milano)  

Gianni Rivera (Associazione Calcio Milan)

Roberto Boninsegna (Internazionale Football Club- Milano)  

Giancarlo De Sisti (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)

Pierino Prati (Associazione Calcio Milan)

 

Coach: Ferrucio Valcareggi

 

Team Captain: Giacinto Facchetti

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, White Shorts, ? Socks

Note:

1-Cagliari fand booed Italy, since no Cagliari players were selected. Pierluigi Cera and Luigi Riva were injured and Enrico Albertosi and Angelo Domenghini were dropped.

2-This was Italy’s first home defeat since May 1961.

 

 

Spain:

José Angel Iribar Cortajarena (Club Atlético de Bilbao)

Juan Cruz Sol Oria (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

Francisco Fernández Gallego (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

Enrique Alvarez Costas (Real Club Celta de Vigo)

Alfonso Moreno Antonio Tonono (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)

José Claramunt Torres (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

Amaro Varela Amancio (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) (Pina Morales Marcial (Club de Fútbol Barcelona) 69)

Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)

José Eulogio Garate Ormaechea (Club Atlético de Madrid) (Antonio Arieta -Araunabeña Piedra (Club Atlético de Bilbao) 76)

Fidel Uriarte Macho (Club Atlético de Bilbao)

Ignacio Churruca Sistiaga (Real Sporting de Gijón

 

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  

Other Substitutes:

Jose Ramon Esnaola Laburu (Real Sociedad de Fútbol)

Jesús Antonio De la Cruz Gallego (Granada Club de Fútbol)

Miguel Rodríguez Alfonso 'Manolo' (Real Club Celta de Vigo)

Antonio Martinez Morales ‘Anton’ (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

Carlos Rexach Cerda (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

 

Team Captain: Amaro Varela Amancio

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

Note:

1- Prior to the match, there were rumours that Amancio and Gallego were to be disciplined for undisclosed reasons. However, they both played.

1-First cap for Ignacio Churruca Sistiaga.

 

 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(Spain squad, February 20, 1971, Italy 1-Spain 2)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(Spain squad, February 20, 1971, Italy 1-Spain 2)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(February 20, 1971, Italy 1-Spain 2)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(February 20, 1971, Italy 1-Spain 2)



 

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

(February 20, 1971, Italy 1-Spain 2)



 

Photo From: Il Libro Azzuro, Author: Walter Perosino, 1998

(February 20, 1971, Italy 1-Spain 2)



 

Photo From: World Soccer, April 1971

(February 20, 1971, Italy 1-Spain 2)



 

 

Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, 1978

(February 20, 1971, Italy 1-Spain 2)



 




Date: March 17, 1971

Competition: Friendly

Result: Spain 2-France 2

Venue: Valencia- Estadio Luis Casanova

Attendance:  41,000

Referee: Aurelio Angonese (Italy)

Linesmen: Porcelli and Vacchini (both Italy)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Spain): Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ 61, 62

(France): Hervé Revelli 14, 54

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Spain:

José Angel Iribar Cortajarena (Club Atlético de Bilbao)

Juan Cruz Sol Oria (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

Francisco Fernández Gallego (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

Alfonso Moreno Antonio Tonono (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)

Antonio Martinez Morales ‘Anton’ (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)

Enrique Alvarez Costas (Real Club Celta de Vigo) (Enrique Lora Millán (Sevilla Club de Fútbol) 46)

José Claramunt Torres (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

Amaro Varela Amancio (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) (Carlos Rexach Cerda (Club de Fútbol Barcelona) 46)

Antonio Arieta -Araunabeña Piedra (Club Atlético de Bilbao) (Enrique ‘Quini’ Castro Gonzalez (Real Sporting de Gijón) 46)

Ignacio Churruca Sistiaga (Real Sporting de Gijón

 

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  

Other Substitutes:

Angel ‘Abelardo’ Gonzalez Bernardo (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

Jesús Antonio De la Cruz Gallego (Granada Club de Fútbol)

Fidel Uriarte Macho (Club Atlético de Bilbao)

Ramon Moreno Grosso (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)  

 

Team Captain: Amaro Varela Amancio

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

Note:

1-Amancio scored a goal in the 28th minute that was ruled out.

 

France:

Georges Carnus (Association Sportive de Saint-Etienne Loire)  

Jean Djorkaeff (Paris Saint-Germain Football Club)

Jacques Novi (Olympique de Marseille)

Bernard Bosquier (Association Sportive de Saint-Etienne Loire)  

Jean-Paul Rostagni (Girondins de Bordeaux Football Club) 

Henri Michel (Football Club de Nantes) 

Georges Lech (Football Club de Sochaux-Montbéliard)

Michel Mézy (Nîmes Olympique)

Georges Bereta (Association Sportive de Saint-Etienne Loire)  

Hervé Revelli (Association Sportive de Saint-Etienne Loire)  

Charly Loubet (Olympique de Marseille) (Louis Floch (Association Sportive de Monaco) 10)

 

Coach: Georges Boulogne

Other Substitutes:

Marcel Aubour (Stade Rennais Université Club) 

Roger Lemerre (Football Club de Nantes) 

Jean-Noël Huck (Racing-Pierrots Strasbourg-Meinau)  

Jean-Michel Larqué (Association Sportive de Saint-Etienne Loire)  

 

Team Captain: Jean Djorkaeff

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: - Shirts, - Shorts, - Socks

 

 

 

Photo From: L’Equipe, L’Equipe de France de Football, la Belle Histoire

(March 17, 1971, Spain 2-France 2)



 

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

(March 17, 1971, Spain 2-France 2)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(March 17, 1971, Spain 2-France 2)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(March 17, 1971, Spain 2-France 2)



 

Photo From: Nations of Europe, Volume II author Ron Hockings and Keir Radnedge, 1993

(Spain squad, March 17, 1971, Spain 2-France 2)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(Spain squad, March 17, 1971, Spain 2-France 2)


Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(Spain squad, March 17, 1971, Spain 2-France 2)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(France squad, March 17, 1971, Spain 2-France 2)



 




Date: May 9, 1971

Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier-Group 4

Result: Cyprus 0-Spain 2

Venue: Nicosia-GSP ‘Gymnastikos Sullogos ta Pagkypria’

Attendance:  5,818

Referee: Constantin Bărbulescu (Romania) 

Linesmen:  -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Cyprus): None               

(Spain): Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ 3, José Luis Violeta Lajusticia 85

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Cyprus:

Demos Eleftheriadis (Athlitikos Sillogos Omónoia Leukosías-Lefkosia (Nicosia))

Charis Kantzilieris (EPA (Énosis Pezopoporikós Amol) –Larnax (Larnaca)

Costakis Alexandrou (Athlitikó Somateío Alkí) –Larnax (Larnaca)

Stefanis Michael (APOEL (Athlitikos Podosfairikos Omilos Ellinos Levkosías) Lefkosia (Nicosia) (Andreas Constantinou (Enosi Neon Paralimniou-Paralimni) 46)

Demos Kavazis (Apollonas Lemesou- Lemessos (Limassol) 

Kokos Antoniou (Athlitikó Somateío Alkí) –Larnax (Larnaca)

Takis Papettas (Asil Lyssi)

Pavlos Vasiliou (EPA (Énosis Pezopoporikós Amol) –Larnax (Larnaca) (Lakis Theodorou (EPA (Énosis Pezopoporikós Amol) –Larnax (Larnaca) 67)

Pamboulis Papadopoulos (AEL (Athlitikí Énosi Lemésou) –Lemesos (Limassol)

Paschalis Fokkis (Athlitiko Somateio Nea Salamina- Ammochostos (Famagusta)

Andreas Stylianou (APOEL (Athlitikos Podosfairikos Omilos Ellinos Levkosías) Lefkosia (Nicosia)

 

Coach: Ray Wood

 

Team Captain: Andreas Stylianou

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

 

Spain:

Miguel Reina Santos (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

José Luis Violeta Lajusticia (Real Zaragoza)

Gregorio de Benito Rubio (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)

Alfonso Moreno Antonio Tonono (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)

Antonio Martinez Morales ‘Anton’ (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

José Claramunt Torres (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

Jesus Martinez Sanchez ‘Pirri’ (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)

Fidel Uriarte Macho (Club Atlético de Bilbao) (Enrique Lora Millán (Sevilla Club de Fútbol) 46)

Amaro Varela Amancio (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)

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

Ignacio Churruca Sistiaga (Real Sporting de Gijón) (Carlos Rexach Cerda (Club de Fútbol Barcelona) 55)

 

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  

Other Substitutes:

Angel ‘Abelardo’ Gonzalez Bernardo (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

Francisco Fernández Gallego (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

Enrique Alvarez Costas (Real Club Celta de Vigo) (Club de Fútbol Barcelona for next season)

 

Team Captain: Amaro Varela Amancio

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: Red Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

Note:

1-First cap for Gregorio de Benito Rubio.

 

 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(May 9, 1971, EC Qualifier, Cyprus 0-Spain 2)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(May 9, 1971, EC Qualifier, Cyprus 0-Spain 2)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(May 9, 1971, EC Qualifier, Cyprus 0-Spain 2)



 


Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(May 9, 1971, EC Qualifier, Cyprus 0-Spain 2)


 

 

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

(May 9, 1971, EC Qualifier, Cyprus 0-Spain 2)



 

 

Date: May 30, 1971

Competition: UEFA European Championship Qualifier-Group 4

Result: USSR 2-Spain 1

Venue: Moskva (Moscow)-Tsentral'nyj Stadion imeni Vladimira Il'yicha Lenina (The Central V.I.Lenin's Stadium)

Attendance:  81,700

Referee: Ferdinand Biwersi (West Germany)

Linesmen:  -

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(USSR): Viktor Mihaylovich Kolotov 79, Vitali Viktorovich Shevchenko 83

(Spain): Carlos Rexach Cerda 88

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

USSR:

Evgeny Vasilyevich Rudakov (Dynamo Kiev)

Revaz Mihaylovich Dzodzuashvili (Dynamo Tblissi)

Albert Alekseyevich Shesterniev (CSKA (Central'nyy Sportivnyy Klub Armii) Moskva)

Valery Borisovich Zykov (Dynamo Moskva)

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Kaplichni (CSKA (Central'nyy Sportivnyy Klub Armii) Moskva)

Viktor Mihaylovich Kolotov (Dynamo Kiev)

Vladimir Fedorovich Muntyan (Dynamo Kiev) (Vladimir Grigoryevich Fedotov (CSKA (Central'nyy Sportivnyy Klub Armii) Moskva) 56)

Joszef Yozhefovich Sabo (Dynamo Moskva)

Anatoly Andreyevich Banishevski (Nefchi Baku) (Givi Georgievich Nodiya (Dynamo Tblissi) 75)

Vitali Viktorovich Shevchenko (Nefchi Baku)

Gennadi Egorovich Evryuzhikin (Dynamo Moskva)

 

Coach: Valentin Nikolaev

 

Team Captain: Albert Alekseyevich Shesterniev

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: White Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

 

Spain:

José Angel Iribar Cortajarena (Club Atlético de Bilbao)

Juan Cruz Sol Oria (Valencia Club de Fútbol) (Antonio Martinez Morales ‘Anton’ (Valencia Club de Fútbol) 67)

Alfonso Moreno Antonio Tonono (Union Deportivo Las Palmas)

Gregorio de Benito Rubio (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)

Francisco Fernández Gallego (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

José Luis Violeta Lajusticia (Real Zaragoza) (Enrique Lora Millán (Sevilla Club de Fútbol) 60)

Carlos Rexach Cerda (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

José Claramunt Torres (Valencia Club de Fútbol)

Amaro Varela Amancio (Real Madrid Club de Fútbol)

Fidel Uriarte Macho (Club Atlético de Bilbao)

Ignacio Churruca Sistiaga (Real Sporting de Gijón

 

Coach: Ladislao Kubala Stecz (Hungary/Spain)  

Other Substitutes:

Miguel Reina Santos (Club de Fútbol Barcelona)

Enrique Alvarez Costas (Real Club Celta de Vigo) (Club de Fútbol Barcelona next season)

José Eulogio Garate Ormaechea (Club Atlético de Madrid)  

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

 

Team Captain: Amaro Varela Amancio

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: Blue Shirts, Blue Shorts, Black Socks

 

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

(May 30, 1971, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Spain 1)



 

Photo From: World Soccer, July 1971

(May 30, 1971, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Spain 1)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(Spain squad, May 30, 1971, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Spain 1)



 

Photo From: AS Color, Issue 2, June 1, 1971

(May 30, 1971, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Spain 1)



 

Photo From: AS Color, Issue 2, June 1, 1971

(May 30, 1971, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Spain 1)



 

Photo From: AS Color, Issue 2, June 1, 1971

(May 30, 1971, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Spain 1)



 

Photo From: AS Color, Issue 2, June 1, 1971

(May 30, 1971, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Spain 1)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(May 30, 1971, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Spain 1)



 

Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(Spain squad, May 30, 1971, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Spain 1)



Photo From: Special Thanks to Josele Carbonell

(USSR squad, May 30, 1971, EC Qualifier, USSR 2-Spain 1)






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