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The Copa del Generalísimo 1976 Final was the 74th final of the Spanish Cup. The final was played at Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid, on 26 June 1976, being won by Atlético Madrid, who beat Real Zaragoza 1–0.

Copa del Generalísimo 1976 Final
Event1975–76 Copa del Generalísimo
Date26 June 1976
VenueSantiago Bernabéu Stadium, Madrid
RefereeJosé Segrelles
Attendance80,000[1]
1975
1977

It was the last final to be called the Copa del Generalísimo, following the death of Francisco Franco in November 1975. Since then, it has been called the Copa del Rey. The match was watched by King Juan Carlos I and the eight-year-old Prince of Asturias (later Felipe VI). Felipe became an Atlético fan after watching them win.[2]

DetailsEdit

Atlético Madrid1 – 0Real Zaragoza
Gárate   26' Report ‹See Tfd›(in Spanish)
Atlético Madrid:
GK 1   Miguel Reina
DF 2   José Luis Capón
DF 3   Ramón Heredia
DF 4   Eusebio   70'
DF 5   Panadero Díaz
MF 6   Marcelino
MF 7   Ignacio Salcedo   76'
MF 8   Eugenio Leal
FW 9   Ruben Ayala
FW 10   José Eulogio Gárate (c)
FW 11   Heraldo Bezerra   60'
Substitutes:
MF 12   Alberto   76'
FW 14   Francisco Aguilar   60'
Manager:
  Luis Aragonés
Real Zaragoza:
GK 1   Andrés Junquera
DF 2   José Heredia   30'   46'
DF 3   Juan Carlos Blanco
DF 4   Manolo González (c)
DF 5   Ángel Royo
MF 6   José Pablo García Castany   79'
MF 7   Pepe González
MF 8   Saturnino Arrúa
MF 9   Simarro
FW 10   Laureano Rubial
FW 11   Carlos Diarte   32'
Substitutes:
DF 12   José Luis Rico   46'
FW 14   Juanjo   79'
Manager:
  Carriega

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Four named substitutes.
  • Maximum of two substitutions.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Copa del Rey 1976
  2. ^ Simón, Pedro (6 June 2014). "Un atlético en la corte del Rey Felipe" [An Atlético in King Felipe's court]. El Mundo (in Spanish). Retrieved 16 February 2015.