1965 Intercontinental Cup
The 1965 Intercontinental Cup was an association football tie held over two legs in September 1965 between the winners of the 1964–65 European Cup Inter Milan and Independiente, winners of the 1965 Copa Libertadores, premier competitions in European and South American club football. This was a rematch of the previous year's edition.
|Inter Milan won 3–1 on points|
|Date||8 September 1965|
|Venue||San Siro, Milan|
|Referee||Rudolf Kreitlein (West Germany)|
|Date||15 September 1965|
|Venue||La Doble Visera, Avellaneda|
|Referee||Arturo Yamasaki (Peru)|
The first leg was held on 8 September 1965 at San Siro, home of Inter, who won the match 3–0, with goals from Joaquín Peiró and Sandro Mazzola. La Doble Visera hosted the return leg 7 days later on 15 September 1965, and ended in a goalless draw. Inter thus won the Intercontinental Cup for the second year in a row.
|Team||Qualification||Previous finals app.|
|Inter Milan||1964–65 European Cup champion||1964|
|Independiente||1965 Copa Libertadores champion||1964|