1970 Copa del Generalísimo Final

Copa del Generalísimo 1970 Final
Event 1969–70 Copa del Generalísimo
Date 28 June 1970
Venue Camp Nou, Barcelona
Referee José María Ortiz de Mendíbil
Attendance 80,000[1]

The Copa del Generalísimo 1970 Final was the 68th final of the King's Cup. The final was played at Camp Nou in Barcelona, on 28 June 1970, being won by Real Madrid C.F., who beat Valencia 3-1.


28 June 1970
20:00 CET
Real Madrid 3–1 Valencia
Pirri  34' (pen.)
Planelles  60'
Fleitas  65'
Report (Spanish) Jara  38' (pen.)
Real Madrid:
GK 1 Spain Andrés Junquera
DF 2Spain José Luis
DF 3Spain Gregorio Benito
DF 4Spain Ignacio Zoco
DF 5Spain Manuel Sanchís
MF 6Spain Toni Grande
MF 7Spain Pirri
MF 8Spain Manuel Velázquez
FW 9Spain Amancio  19'
FW10Spain Ramón Grosso  10'
FW11Spain Francisco Gento (c)
FW 12Paraguay Sebastián Fleitas  10'
MF 14Spain Juan Planelles  19'
Spain Miguel Muñoz
Valencia CF:
GK 1 Spain Abelardo
DF 2Spain Tatono
DF 3Paraguay Aníbal Pérez
DF 4Spain Juan Sol
DF 5 Spain Antón
MF 6 Spain Claramunt I
MF 7Spain Paquito (c)
FW 8Spain José Nebot
FW 9Paraguay Vicente Jara
FW10Spain Poli  71'
FW11Spain Fernando Ansola
FW 12Spain José Ramón Fuertes  71'
Spain Enrique Buqué


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