1970 European Cup Final - Match Details

Match Details

6 May 1970
Feyenoord 2–1 (a.e.t.) Celtic San Siro, Milan
Attendance: 53,000
Referee: Concetto Lo Bello (Italy)
Israël 32'
Kindvall 116'
Gemmell 30'
Feyenoord Celtic
GK 1 Eddy Pieters Graafland
RB 2 Piet Romeijn 105+2'
CB 3 Theo Laseroms
CB 4 Rinus Israël (c)
LB 5 Theo van Duivenbode
CM 6 Franz Hasil
RM 7 Wim Jansen
LM 8 Willem van Hanegem
RF 9 Henk Wery
CF 10 Ove Kindvall
LF 11 Coen Moulijn
MF 12 Guus Haak 105+2'
Ernst Happel
GK 1 Evan Williams
RB 2 David Hay
LB 3 Tommy Gemmell
CM 4 Bobby Murdoch
CB 5 Billy McNeill (c)
CB 6 Jim Brogan
RF 7 Jimmy Johnstone
CF 8 John Hughes
CF 9 William Wallace
CM 10 Bertie Auld 77'
LF 11 Bobby Lennox
MF 12 George Connelly 77'
Jock Stein

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