1980 FA Charity Shield

Date 9 August 1980 (1980-08-09)
Venue Wembley Stadium, London
Referee John Hunting (Leicester)
Attendance 90,000

The 1980 FA Charity Shield was the 58th FA Charity Shield, an annual football match played between the winners of the previous season's Football League and FA Cup competitions. The match took place on 9 August 1980 at Wembley Stadium and was played between 1979–80 Football League champions Liverpool and FA Cup winners West Ham United. It ended in a 1–0 victory for Liverpool, the only goal coming from Terry McDermott in the 17th minute from close range after the West Ham goalkeeper Phil Parkes spilled a shot from Alan Kennedy from the left of the penalty area.[1]

Match summary

Football League champions Liverpool won the game 1–0 with a single goal in the 17th minute from Terry McDermott. It was Liverpool's fifth success in the competition[2]

Match details

9 August 1980
15:00 UTC+1
Liverpool 1–0 West Ham United
McDermott  17'
Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 90,000
GK 1 England Ray Clemence
DF 2 England Phil Neal
DF 3 England Alan Kennedy
DF 4 England Phil Thompson (c)
MF 5 England Ray Kennedy
DF 6 Scotland Alan Hansen
FW 7 Scotland Kenny Dalglish
MF 8 England Jimmy Case
FW 9 England David Johnson
MF 10 England Terry McDermott
MF 11Scotland Graeme Souness
MF 12England Colin Irwin
MF 13England Sammy Lee
DF 14Israel Avi Cohen
FW 15England David Fairclough
GK 16England Steve Ogrizovic
England Bob Paisley
West Ham United
GK 1 England Phil Parkes
DF 2 Scotland Ray Stewart
DF 3 England Paul Brush
DF 4 England Billy Bonds
DF 5 England Alvin Martin
MF 6 England Alan Devonshire
MF 7 England Paul Allen
FW 8 England Pat Holland
FW 9 England David Cross
FW 10England Trevor Brooking
MF 11England Geoff Pike
FW 12England Nicky Morgan
England John Lyall

Match rules

  • 90 minutes, no extra time
  • Five named substitutes
  • Maximum of three substitutions

See also


  1. "English Charity Shield 1980–1981 : Results". Statto.com. Retrieved 10 July 2011.
  2. "Charity Shield returns to Anfield". www.liverpoolsfc.tv. Retrieved 10 July 2011.
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