Campeones de la Copa en 1974

On this day, the 12th Spanish Cup was won

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NEWS | 29/06/2020

On 29 June 1974, Real Madrid beat Barcelona in the final played at the Vicente Calderón.
On 29 June 1974, Real Madrid won their 12th Spanish Cup. They did so after a brilliant match against Barcelona at the Vicente Calderón. The Clásico was very one sided with Santillana putting the Whites ahead after 6 minutes. In the second half, Rubiñan, Aguilar and Pirri finished off the match to make it 4-0 and claim the title for the Madrid side. Zoco, who retired at the end of that season, came on the pitch for the last minutes to collect his last trophy as a madridista.

The team led by Luis Molowny enjoyed a great season, scoring a spectacular 26 goals in 7 matches. To reach the final, Real Madrid had to beat Betis in the last 16, Granada in the quarter-finals and UD Las Palmas in the semi-finals.

4-Real Madrid: Miguel Ángel, Rubiñán, Benito, José Luís (Touriño, 85’), Velázquez, Del Bosque, Pirri, Macanás, Aguilar, Grosso (Zoco, 85’) and Santillana.

0-Barcelona: Sadurní, De la Cruz, Gallego, Rifé, Asensi (Martí, 55’), Marcial, Costas, Juan Carlos, Rexach, Clares and Juanito.

 (min. 6): Santillana.
(min. 47): Rubiñán.
(min. 50): Aguilar.
(min. 83): Pirri.