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The 1982 European Super Cup was contested between the European Cup holders Aston Villa and the Cup Winners' Cup holders Barcelona. The cup took place over two legs in January 1983. The first leg was won by Barcelona 1–0 at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona, but Aston Villa won 3–0 at Villa Park after extra time to take a 3–1 aggregate win.[1]

1982 European Super Cup
on aggregate
First leg
Date19 January 1983 (1983-01-19)
VenueCamp Nou, Barcelona
RefereeBruno Galler (Switzerland)
Attendance40,000
Second leg
After extra time
Date26 January 1983 (1983-01-26)
VenueVilla Park, Birmingham
RefereeAlexis Ponnet (Belgium)
Attendance31,570
1980
1983

DetailsEdit

First legEdit

Barcelona  1–0  Aston Villa
Marcos Alonso   52' Report
Attendance: 40,000
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Barcelona
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Aston Villa
GK   Urruti
DF   Tente
DF   Migueli
DF   Julio Alberto
DF   Periko Alonso   75'
MF   José Ramón Alexanko
MF   Marcos Alonso
MF   Bernd Schuster
FW   Quini   65'
FW   Víctor Muñoz
FW   Francisco José Carrasco
Substitutes:
FW   Pichi Alonso   65'
DF   Urbano   75'
Manager:
  Udo Lattek
GK   Nigel Spink
DF   Mark Jones   37'
DF   Gary Williams
DF   Allan Evans
DF   Ken McNaught
MF   Dennis Mortimer (c)
MF   Des Bremner
MF   Gary Shaw
MF   Peter Withe
FW   Gordon Cowans
FW   Tony Morley
Substitutes:
DF   Colin Gibson   37'
Manager:
  Tony Barton

Second legEdit

Aston Villa  3–0 (a.e.t.)  Barcelona
Shaw   80'
Cowans   100'
McNaught   104'
Report
Attendance: 31,570
 
 
 
 
 
 
Aston Villa
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Barcelona
GK   Nigel Spink
DF   Gary Williams
DF   Allan Evans    
DF   Ken McNaught (c)  
DF   Colin Gibson  
MF   Des Bremner
MF   Andy Blair
MF   Gordon Cowans
MF   Gary Shaw   88'
FW   Peter Withe
FW   Tony Morley   76'
Substitutes:
MF   Mark Walters   76'
FW   Paul Birch   88'
Manager:
  Tony Barton
GK   Urruti  
DF   Tente
DF   Migueli
DF   José Ramón Alexanko  
DF   Julio Alberto    
MF   Periko Alonso  
MF   Bernd Schuster  
MF   Víctor Muñoz
MF   Marcos Alonso  
FW   Urbano  
FW   Francisco José Carrasco   30'
Substitutes:
FW   Quini   30'   55'
FW   Manolo   55'  
Manager:
  Udo Lattek

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Paul Doyle (22 January 2016). "Golden Goal: Ken McNaught for Aston Villa v Barcelona (1982 Super Cup)". The Guardian. Retrieved 8 December 2018.

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