Tuesday, January 31, 2017

The First International Match of …..-Part 3 (Switzerland, 1905)

The ASF (Association Suisse de Football) had been founded in 1895. But like the rest of the continent (except the British Home Nations), it took nearly a decade for them to enter the International arena.
There had been contact with the rest of the continent at club level.  Swiss Selection Teams had also played against their foreign counterparts.
The urge to enter International football intensified with the Founding of FIFA in 1904.
The Swiss officially entered the world of International Football in a Friendly on February 12th, 1905 vs. France at Paris.
Swiss’ first opponents and hosts had played their first ever International Match of their own just months prior in 1904 vs. Belgium (3-3) tie.
This would be their own second ever match and their very first at home.
The Match Organizers USFSA (Union des sociétés françaises de sports athlétiques) and Racing Club de France (RCF) chose the venue to be Paris’ Parc des Princes.
France’s head of the Technical Commission Robert Guerin was also a journalist at ‘Le Matin’ newspaper as well as the Secretary of the Football department at USFSA and most importantly the first President of FIFA.
The Swiss boarded their train in third class. They traveled on Friday night into Saturday (18 hours total) to arrive at Paris.
Their Federation gave each player 12.60 Swiss Francs for pocket money.
Team Captain Edouard Garonne did not accept the money.
Secretary-General Tschudy made the following statement "Mr. Ed. Garrone, Capt. Of the Grasshopper Club, now returns this amount with the remark that the Grasshopper Club does not allow any additional compensation to be paid to its members apart from the travel expenses. " (Something may be lost in the direct translation, my excuses..)

On Saturday the Swiss delegation arrived fresh and rested and at 9 AM were met by officials of USFSA: Mr Espir, Robert Guerin and Ernest Weber.
The Swiss Federation President Schneider (also a FIFA Vice President) visited the capital with the squad. They all went to bed early to be fresh for next day’s match.
Johan Bollinger and Eric Mory joined the squad separately on the morning of the match as they could not be available before.
The French players were called up via the newspaper ‘L’Auto’ on Sunday,  The day of the match!!!!!!
The players as well as the two substitutes were asked to meet at 10 AM at USFSA Headquarters at 229, Rue Saint-Honoré to get to know one another!!
Some players were doing their military service and had to arrive from various locations: Mesnier (from Chateauroux), Canelle (from Rouen), Verlet (from Toul), Allemane (from Chalons-Sur-Marne) and Filez (the only member from the North).

Photo From: L'Equipe de Suisse, Authors Guy Balibouse, Roger Felix, Pierre Tripod, 1993
(Switzerland squad, February 12, 1905, France 1-Switzerland 0)

Most of the French contingent had played in their inaugural match vs, Belgium in the previous year. The only debutants were Allemane, Wilkes and Nicolai.
There was a rugby match at the stadium preceding this historic meeting and many felt most of the fans were there for that occasion.
In the Rugby Match, Racing defeated Sporting Club (15-3). Immediately after the match, the goalposts were installed.
The French wore white shirts with Black shorts except Mesnier. USFSA had not provided shorts for the whole squad, as they did not have enough equipment for all the players. As a result the players wore black shorts, however, Louis Mesnier had to wear his own white shorts. The Swiss wore Red Shirts with a White Cross.
The French won the coin toss and the Swiss were to play the first half with the sun in their eyes.

Photo From: L’Equipe, L’Equipe de France de Football, la Belle Histoire
(February 12, 1905, France 1-Switzerland 0)

The French started well with Georges Garnier and Fernand Canelle standing out. The Swiss gradually got into the game and created opportunities.  They found the French goalkeeper Maurice Guichard in excellent form. He made many important saves to keep the French in the game.  He was praised as the hero of the match.
The winning goal was scored after an hour of play. Pierre Allemane passed to Marius Royet, who released Gaston Cyprès. Cyprès feigned a cross towards Garnier, but shot in right corner of the Swiss goalkeeper.
Five minutes later, Cyprès scored another goal that was ruled offside by 50 centimeters!
The Swiss pressed hard towards the end but found Guichard unbreachable. Near the end, Guichard even saved on the line an effort by Hans Kampfer.
The French were victorious of their first ever match and made history of their own.
The Swiss praised the speed of the French, while the French praised the Swiss resistance and their understanding and teamwork with one another.

Photo From: Capitaines des bleus depuis 1904, Author Vincent Duluc
(France squad, February 12, 1905, France 1-Switzerland 0)

At end of match, the winners were offered a bronze trophy called ‘Société d’encouragement au Football’.
France’s Georges Garnier declared ‘there are no winners nor losers, just two teams who played well’. 
French Newspaper ‘L’Auto’ were very encouraged by the match and felt it had surpassed all expectations.  According to them this match proved the definitive triumph of Association Football in France.
Despite the loss the Swiss had given a good account of themselves. It was a first important step in the Fraternity of International Football.

Note:
1- USFSA stands for (Union des sociétés françaises de sports athlétiques), the French Sports governing body at the time.
2-France’s Marius Royet was killed during World War I in 1915.

 
Photo From: Die Nati, Die Geschichte der Schweizer Fussball-Nationalmanschaft, author Beat Jung, 2006
(Switzerland squad and Match action from ‘La Suisse Sportive’ Newspaper, February 12, 1905, France 1-Switzerland 0)

Date: February 12, 1905
Competition: Friendly
Result: France 1-Switzerland 0
Venue: Paris -Parc des Princes
Attendance: 500
Referee: John Lewis (England)
Goalscorers:
(France): Gaston Cyprès 60
(Switzerland): None
Lineups:
France:
Maurice Guichard (Union Sportive Parisienne-Paris)
Fernand Canelle (Club Français-Paris)  
Joseph Verlet (Football Club de Paris)
Charles Wilkes (Le Havre Athletic Club Football Association)
Pierre Allemane (captain) (Racing Club de France- Paris) 
Eugène Nicolai (United Sports Club-Paris)
Louis Mesnier (Football Club de Paris)
Marius Royet (Union Sportive Parisienne-Paris)
Georges Garnier (Club Français-Paris)
Gaston Cyprès (Football Club de Paris)
Adrien Filez (Union Sportive Tourquennoise)

Coach: Federation’s Technical Commission
Other Substitutes:
Rene Eucher
Georges Bilot (Cercle Athlétique de Paris)    

Switzerland:
Alfred Uster (Football Club La Chaux-de-Fonds)
Johann Friedrich ‘Fritz’ Bollinger (BSC (Baseler Sport Club) Old Boys-Basel)
Eric Mory (BSC (Baseler Sport Club) Old Boys-Basel)
Alfred Megroz (Montriond-Sports Football Club – Lausanne)
Jean Forestier (Servette Football Club – Genève)
Robert Studer (Fußball Club Bern)
Eugen Dutschler (Sankt-Gallen Fußball Club)
Karl Billeter (Football Club Cantonal Neuchâtel)
Edouard Garonne (captain) (Grasshopper-Club Zürich)
Hans Kampfer (Montriond-Sports Football Club – Lausanne)
Hermann Kratz (Young Fellows Football Club –Zürich)

Coach: Emil Hasler



References:
Capitaines des bleus depuis 1904, Author Vincent Duluc, 2003
Die Nati, Die Geschichte der Schweizer Fussball-Nationalmanschaft, author Beat Jung, 2006
IFFHS, Schweiz,Suisse, Svizzera (1905-1940)
L’Equipe, L’Equipe de France de Football, la Belle Histoire
L'Equipe de Suisse, Authors Guy Balibouse, Roger Felix, Pierre Tripod, 1993
L'Integrale de L'Equipe de France de Football, Authors J.M. and Pierre Cazal, Michel Oreggia, 1998  

Stanley Rous Cup-Part 2 (1986)

The second Edition of the Rous Cup (that had replaced the now defunct Home Championship) took place in 1986.
Both England and Scotland had qualified for the World Cup later that summer in Mexico. As a result, the match also served as part of the preparations.
This was also the first time the match was held at Wembley.
Scotland Manager Jock Stein had died from a heart attack on September 10th, 1985 (during a World Cup qualifier vs. Wales at Cardiff (1-1)) and it was Aberdeen Manager Alex Ferguson who was in charge of the squad until the 1986 World Cup.
French Referee Michel Vautrot took charge of the officiating for the second year in a row.
Scotland’s main absentee was the Liverpool Player-Manager Kenny Dalglish, as well as his clubmate Alan Hansen, who was out of favor with Ferguson.
The Scots were also missing starting goalkeeper Jim Leighton, which allowed former number one Alan Rough an opportunity to start.
The English were missing Captain Bryan Robson, Everton goalscorer Gary Lineker (and future World Cup top goalscorer) as well as John Barnes, Peter Beardsley and Mark Wright. Ray Wilkins captained in the absence of Robson.


Photo From: Scotland, The Team, Author Andrew Ward, 1987
(Graeme Souness and Peter Reid, April 23, 1986, Rous Cup, England 2-Scotland 1)

Photo From: England! England!, The Complete Who's Who of Footballers since 1946, Author Dean P. Hayes
(Charlie Nicholas and Dave Watson, April 23, 1986, Rous Cup, England 2-Scotland 1)

The match was typical of previous encounters, made up of rough and physical play and tackling.
The English took the lead in the 27th minute. Glenn Hoddle, in a rare start, lobbed a soft free kick into the box, Alex McLeisch headed it to the side. Steve Hodge headed it back in the goalmouth and Terry Butcher headed it in to open the scoring.
They doubled the lead just before halftime. Chris Waddle, in the middle gave the ball to Kenny Sansom. He took a powerful shot from far away that Alan Rough could only parry and Hoddle headed in the rebound.
In the second half, Scotland made a tactical switch. Roy Aitken was switched to the right side, Richard Gough was pushed up into the midfield and Nicol was deployed as right back.
For England, Peter Reid entered in place of Ray Wilkins.

Photo From: England, Player by Player, Author Graham Betts
(Glenn Hoddle after scoring, April 23, 1986, Rous Cup, England 2-Scotland 1)


Photo From: England, Player by Player, Author Graham Betts
(England’s Steve Hodge, April 23, 1986, Rous Cup, England 2-Scotland 1)

Scotland were awarded a penalty kick in the 56th minute, when Butcher was adjudged to have fouled Charlie Nicholas in the box. It was somewhat debatable was the foul may have occurred outside of the box. In the process, Nicholas was injured and had to be taken off to be replaced by Pat Nevin.
Graeme Souness scored from the spot to reduce the deficit.
The score remained unchanged and the English defeated Scotland for the first time since 1983.
Stanley Rous passed away on July 18th , 1986. This was the second and last time that this competition took place in his lifetime. There were three remaining Rous Cup Editions (1987, 1988 and 1989) following his death.
This was also the last Edition to feature England and Scotland only. The future Editions would be in a round-robin format featuring a South American guest.


Photo From: World Soccer, July 1986
(Glenn Hoddle and Terry Butcher with the trophy, April 23, 1986, Rous Cup, England 2-Scotland 1)


References:
England, The Complete Post-War Record, Author Mike Payne
England, Player by Player, Author: Graham Betts
Scotland, The Team, Author Andrew Ward, 1987
‘The Auld Enemy-England v Scotland: The Comprehensive History of More than a Century of Soccer Rivalry’
Author: Dean Hayes
Published in 1996. 
England! England!, The Complete Who's Who of Footballers since 1946, Author Dean P. Hayes



Date: April 23, 1986
Competition: Stanley Rous Cup 1986
Result: England 2-Scotland 1
Venue: London - Wembley
Attendance: 68,357
Referee: Michel Vautrot (France)
Goalscorers:
(England): Terry Butcher 27, Glenn Hoddle 43
(Scotland): Graeme Souness 56 pen
Lineups:
England:
1- Peter Leslie Shilton (Southampton Football Club)
2- Gary Michael Stevens
(Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
3- Kenneth Graham Sansom
(Arsenal Football Club-London)
5- David Watson (Norwich City
Football Club)
6- Terence Ian Butcher
(Ipswich Town Football Club)
4- Glenn Hoddle
(Tottenham Hotspur Football  Club-London)
8- Raymond Colin Wilkins
(Associazione Calcio Milan / Italy) (15-Peter Reid (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)  46th)
7- Stephen Brian Hodge (Aston Villa
Football Club-Birmingham)   (12-Gary Andrew Stevens (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London) 75th)
11- Christopher Roland Waddle (Tottenham Hotspur
Football Club-London) 
9- Mark Wayne Hateley
(Associazione Calcio Milan / Italy)
10- Trevor John Francis
(Unione Calcio Sampdoria / Italy)

Coach: Robert William Robson
Booked: Dave Watson

Other Substitutes:
Christopher Charles Eric Woods (Norwich City Football Club)
Trevor Mc Gregor Steven (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)
Kerry Michael Dixon (Chelsea Football Club-London)

Team Captain: Ray Wilkins
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro
Uniform Colors: White Shirts, Black Shorts, White Socks

Scotland:
1- Alan Roderick Rough (Hibernian Football Club – Edinburgh)
2- Charles ‘Richard’ Gough (Dundee United Football Club)
3- Maurice Daniel Robert Malpas (Dundee United Football Club)
4- Graeme James Souness (Unione Calcio Sampdoria / Italy)
5-Alexander McLeish (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)
6- William Fergus Miller (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)
7-Stephen Nicol (Liverpool Football Club / England)
8- David Robert Speedie (Chelsea Football Club-London / England)
9- Charles Nicholas (Arsenal Football Club-London / England) (17-Patrick Kevin Francis Michael Nevin (Chelsea Football Club-London / England) 57th)
10- Robert Sime ‘Roy’ Aitken (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)
11- Eamonn John Bannon (Dundee United Football Club)

Coach: Alexander Ferguson
Booked: Charles Nicholas

Other Substitutes:
Andrew Lewis Goram (Oldham Athletic Football Club / England)
David Narey (Dundee United Football Club)
Arthur Richard Albiston (Manchester United Football Club / England)
Paul Michael Lyons McStay (The Celtic Football Club-Glasgow)
James Bett (Aberdeen Football Club Limited)

Team Captain: Graeme Souness
Official Kit Supplier/Designer: Umbro
Uniform Colors: Navy Blue Shirts, White (with Blue Horizontal stripe) Shorts, Red Socks






Sunday, January 29, 2017

International Season 1979/80, Part 10 (June and July 1980)

June

England and Northern ireland toured Australia for Australian Association’s centenary celebrations.
Iceland and Wales faced one another in a World Cup Qualifier, as did Finland /Bulgaria and Sweden/Israel.
Tele Santana took charge of his first official match as Brazil Manager in a friendly vs. Mexico.
West Germany triumphed in the 1980 Europe by defeating Belgium (2-1) in the Final.

Date: June 1, 1980
Competition: Unofficial Friendly
Venue: Como -Stadio Giuseppe Sinigaglia
Attendance: 12,000
Italy 4-Hungary ‘B’ 1 (Francesco Graziani 13, 83, Giancarlo Antognoni 77, Roberto Bettega 81 / Jozsef Varga 66 pen)




Date: June 2, 1980
Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 3
Venue: Reykjavik -Laugardalsvöllur
Attendance: 10,254
Iceland 0-Wales 4 (Ian Walsh 44, 74, David Giles 54, Brian Flynn 60 pen)

Date: June 4, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Budapest -Nepstadion
Attendance: 20,000
Hungary 1-Austria 1 (Laszlo Kiss 12 / Kurt Jara 75)


Photo From: Österreichs Fußball Länderspiele Chronik 1902 – 1993, Author: Anton Egger
(June 4, 1980, Hungary 1-Austria 1)

Photo From: Österreichs Fußball Länderspiele Chronik 1902 – 1993, Author: Anton Egger
(June 4, 1980, Hungary 1-Austria 1)



Date: June 4, 1980
Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 1
Venue: Helsinki- Olympiastadion
Attendance: 7,805
Finland 0-Bulgaria 2 (Plamen Markov 28, Kostadin Kostadinov 81)

Date: June 4, 1980
Competition: Nordic Cup
Venue: Copenhagen -Idrætsparken
Attendance: 22,000
Denmark 3-Norway 1 (Benny Nielsen 68 pen, Frank Arnesen 70, Preben Elkjaer 76  / Hallvar Thoresen 20)

Date: June 7, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Bruxelles-Stade du Heysel  (Brussels- Heizelstadion)
Attendance: 30,000
Belgium 2-Romania 1 (Jan Ceulemans 48, François Van der Elst 87 / Rodion Camataru 24)

Date: June 8, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Rio de Janeiro - Estádio do Maracanã- Estádio Mário Filho
Attendance: 34,316
Brazil 2-Mexico 0 (Zé Sérgio 47, Serginho I 68)



Date: June 11, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships -Group 1
Venue: Roma, Lo Stadio Olimpico, Italy
Attendance: 11,000
West Germany 1-Czechoslovakia 0 (Karl-Heinz Rummenigge 57)


Photo From: France Football, Issue 1976, February 21, 1984
(June 11, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 1-Czechoslovakia 0)


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 23, February 1982
(June 11, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 1-Czechoslovakia 0)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(West Germany squad, June 11, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 1-Czechoslovakia 0)


Photo From: se Lvickem na prsou-Authors O.Bartunek, J.Kalat
(Czechoslovakia squad, June 11, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 1-Czechoslovakia 0)


Photo From: Start1980_july14_№28
(Czechoslovakia squad, June 11, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 1-Czechoslovakia 0)



1980 (June 11) West Germany 1-Czechoslovakia 0... by sp1873

Date: June 11, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships -Group 1
Venue: Napoli – Stadio San Paolo, Italy
Attendance: 15,000
Holland 1-Greece 0 (Kees Kist 65 pen)

Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(June 11, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Holland 1-Greece 0)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, June 11, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Holland 1-Greece 0)




Date: June 12, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Sydney - Sydney Cricket Ground
Attendance: 12,000
Australia 1-Northern Ireland 2 (Peter Sharne 75 / Chris Nicholl 11,  Martin O'Neill 53)

Date: June 12, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships -Group 2
Venue: Torino, Stadio Comunale          , Italy
Attendance: 15,186
Belgium 1-England 1 (Jan Ceulemans 30 / Ray Wilkins 26)

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



1980 (June 12) Belgium 1-England 1 (European... by sp1873

Date: June 12, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships -Group 2
Venue: Milano -Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, San Siro
Attendance: 50,000
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: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer 
(special thanks to Jose Luis Carbonell)
(Spain squad, June 12, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 0-Spain 0)



1980 (June 12) Italy 0-Spain 0 (European... by sp1873

Date: June 14, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships -Group 1
Venue: Napoli – Stadio San Paolo, Italy
Attendance: 30,000
West Germany 3-Holland 2 (Klaus Allofs 20, 60, 66 / Johnny Rep 80 pen, Willy van de Kerkhof 86)

Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 23, February 1982
(June 14, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 3-Holland 2)


Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, June 14, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 3-Holland 2)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 56, August 1980
(West Germany squad, June 14, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 3-Holland 2)




Date: June 14, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships -Group 1
Venue: Roma, Lo Stadio Olimpico, Italy
Attendance: 8,000
Czechoslovakia 3-Greece 1 (Antonin Panenka 6, Ladislav Vizek 26, Zdenek Nehoda 62 / Nikos Anastopoulos 14)


Photo From: se Lvickem na prsou-Authors O.Bartunek, J.Kalat
(Czechoslovakia squad, June 14, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Czechoslovakia 3-Greece 1)



1980 (June 14) Czechoslovakia 3-Greece 1... by sp1873

Date: June 15, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Melbourne, Olympic Park
Attendance: 10,000
Australia 1-Northern Ireland 1 (Peter Sharne 18 / Martin O'Neill 82)


Date: June 15, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships -Group 2
Venue: Milano -Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, San Siro, Italy
Attendance: 11,000
Spain 1-Belgium 2 (Quini 36 / Eric Gerets 17, Julien Cools 65)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 75, March 1982
(June 15, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Spain 1-Belgium 2)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 64, April 1981
(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)



1980 (June 15) Spain 1-Belgium 2 (European... by sp1873

Date: June 15, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Rio de Janeiro - Estádio do Maracanã- Estádio Mário Filho
Attendance: 61,526
Brazil 1-USSR 2 (Nunes 28 / Fyodor Cherenkov 33, Sergei Andreyev 38)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 56, August 1980
(June 15, 1980, Brazil 1-USSR 2)



Photo From: Onze, Issue 56, August 1980
(June 15, 1980, Brazil 1-USSR 2)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(Brazil squad, June 15, 1980, Brazil 1-USSR 2)



Date: June 15, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships -Group 2
Venue: Torino -Stadio Comunale
Attendance: 56,649
Italy 1-England 0 (Marco Tardelli 78) 

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: Calcio 2000, Issue 25, December 1999
(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)



1980 (June 15) Italy 1-England 0 (European... by sp1873

Date: June 17, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships -Group 1
Venue: Milano -Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, San Siro, Italy
Attendance: 12,000
Czechoslovakia 1-Holland 1 (Zdenek Nehoda 16 / Kees Kist 59)


Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 133, February 2000
(June 17, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Czechoslovakia 1-Holland 1)



Photo From: Het Nederlands Elftal, De Histoire van Oranje, 1905-1989
(Holland squad, June 17, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Czechoslovakia 1-Holland 1)


Photo From: se Lvickem na prsou-Authors O.Bartunek, J.Kalat
(Czechoslovakia squad, June 17, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Czechoslovakia 1-Holland 1)



1980 (June 17) Czechoslovakia 1-Holland 1... by sp1873

Date: June 17, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships -Group 1
Venue: Napoli –Stadio San Paolo, Italy   
Attendance: 14,000
West Germany 0-Greece 0

Photo From: Start1980_july14_№28
(Karl-Heinz Rumemnigge, June 17, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 0-Greece)



Date: June 18, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Adelaide
Attendance: 10,000
Australia 1-Northern Ireland 2 (Peter Sharne  / Noel Brotherston 67, Colin Charles McCurdy 77)

Date: June 18, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships -Group 2
Venue: Roma-Lo Stadio Olimpico
Attendance: 60,000
Italy 0-Belgium 0

Photo From: Onze-Mondial, Issue 61, February 1994
 (June 18, 1980, UEFA European Championships, Italy 0-Belgium 0)


Photo From: Mondial, new series, issue 15, June 1981
(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)



1980 (June 18) Italy 0-Belgium 0 (European... by sp1873

Date: June 18, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships -Group 2
Venue: Napoli, Stadio San Paolo, Italy
Attendance: 14,000
Spain 1-England 2 (Dani 48pen / Trevor Brooking 19, Tony Woodcock 61)

Photo From: Onze, Issue 63, March 1981
(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)



1980 (June 18) Spain 1-England 2 (European... by sp1873

Date: June 18, 1980
Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifier-Group 6
Venue: Stockholm - Råsunda -Solna Stadion
Attendance: 24,711
Sweden 1-Israel 1 (Sten-Ove Ramberg 35 / Gidi Damti 80)


Photo From: World Soccer , September 1980
(June 18, 1980, World Cup Qualifier, Sweden 1-Israel 1)


Photo From: 80 år med Svensk Fotboll 1904-84, Author Glanell Thomas red
(June 18, 1980, World Cup Qualifier, Sweden 1-Israel 1)


Date: June 21, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships –Third Place
Venue: Napoli, Stadio San Paolo
Attendance: 25,000
Italy 1-Czechoslovakia 1 (Francesco Graziani 73 / Ladislav Jurkemik 54)
Note: Czechoslovakia won on a penalty kick shoot-out (9-8).


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



1980 (June 21) Italy 1-Czechoslovakia 1... by sp1873


Date: June 22, 1980
Competition: UEFA European Championships –Final
Venue: Roma, Lo Stadio Olimpico, Italy   
Attendance: 48,000
West Germany 2-Belgium 1 (Horst Hrubesch 10,88 / Rene Vandereycken 72 pen)


Photo From: France Football, Issue 1976, February 21, 1984
(June 22, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Belgium 1)


Photo From: Chronik des deutschen fussballs, 2005
(West Germany squad, June 22, 1980, UEFA European Championships, West Germany 2-Belgium 1)


Date: June 22, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Perth
Attendance: 5,000
Western Australia 1X 0-Northern Ireland 4 (Gerry Armstrong, Terry Cochrane 2 goals, John O'Neill)



Date: June 22, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Warszawa, Stadion Dziesięciolecia (Decade Stadium)
Attendance: 20,000
Poland 3-Iraq 0 (Kazimierz Kmiecik 18, Grzegorz Lato 30, Andrzej Iwan 65)

Date: June 24, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Belo Horizonte - Estadio Governador Magalhães Pinto (Estádio Mineirão)
Attendance: 60,000
Brazil 2-Chile 1 (Zico 13, Toninho Cerezo 40  / Patricio Yánez 65)

Date: June 25, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Reykjavik -Laugardalsvöllur
Attendance: 6,625
Iceland 1-Finland 1 (Pétur Pétursson 84 /Ari Tissari 46)

Date: June 29, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: São Paulo- Estadio Cicero Pompeu de Toledo (Estadio Morumbi)
Attendance: 80,000
Brazil 1-Poland 1 (Zico 52 / Grzegorz Lato 7)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 78, June 1982
(June 29, 1980, Brazil 1-Poland 1)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 78, June 1982
(June 29, 1980, Brazil 1-Poland 1)


Photo From: Onze, Issue 56, August 1980
(June 29, 1980, Brazil 1-Poland 1)


Photo From: (Magazine Source unknown) / Contribution From a blog viewer
(Brazil squad, June 29, 1980, Brazil 1-Poland 1)


Date: June 30, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Akureyri- Akureyrarvöllur
Attendance: 882
Iceland 2-Faroe Islands 1 (Marteinn Geirsson 13, Sigurlás Þorleifsson 44 / ???)


July

Poland continued its tour of South America.

Date: July 1, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Mérida 
Attendance:
Venezuela 2-Costa Rica 0 (???)

Date: July 2, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Santa Cruz, Estadio Willy Bendeck
Attendance: 20,000
Bolivia 0-Poland 1 (Andrzej Iwan 79)

Date: July 3, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Húsavík
Attendance: 500
Iceland 4-Greenland 1 (Marteinn Geirsson 22, Pall Olafsson 32, Larus Gudmundsson 33, Gudmundur Steinsson 34 / ???)

Date: July 5, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Valera 
Attendance:
Venezuela 1-Costa Rica 1 (??? / ???)

Date: July 9, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Bogotá, Estadio Nemesio Camacho 'El Campín'
Attendance: 50,000
Colombia 1-Poland 4 (Hernán Dario Herrera 86 / Andrzej Iwan 10,16,32, Stanisław Terlecki 45)

Date: July 12, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Moscow-Tsentral'nyj Stadion (The Central V.I.Lenin's Stadium)
Attendance: 45,000
USSR 2-Denmark 0 (Fyodor Cherenkov 58, Valeriy Gazzaev 78)

Date: July 14, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Oslo- Ullevaal Stadion
Attendance: 10,425
Norway 3-Iceland 1 (Stein Kollhaugen 37, Paal Jacobsen 65, Arne Erlandsen 86 / Sigurlas Thorleifsson 90)

Date: July 17, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue: Halmstad-Orjans Vall
Attendance: 10,690
Sweden 1-Iceland 1 (Rutger Backe 80 / Guðmundur Thorbjörnsson 87)

Date: July 18, 1980
Competition: Friendly
Venue:
Attendance:

Uruguay 0-Peru 0