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The 1989 UEFA Cup Final was a football tie played on 3 May 1989 and 17 May 1989 between S.S.C. Napoli of Italy and VfB Stuttgart of West Germany. Napoli won 5–4 on aggregate.

1989 UEFA Cup Final
Event1988–89 UEFA Cup
on aggregate
First leg
Date3 May 1989
VenueStadio San Paolo, Naples
RefereeGerasimos Germanakos (Greece)
Attendance81,093
Second leg
Date17 May 1989
VenueNeckarstadion, Stuttgart
RefereeVictoriano Sánchez Arminio (Spain)
Attendance67,000
1988
1990

Contents

Match detailsEdit

First legEdit

Napoli  2–1  VfB Stuttgart
Maradona   68' (pen.)
Careca   87'
Report

Overview (archive)

Overview
Gaudino   17'
Attendance: 81,093
 
 
 
 
 
Napoli
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
VfB Stuttgart
GK 1   Giuliano Giuliani
DF 2   Ciro Ferrara
DF 6   Alessandro Renica
DF 7   Giancarlo Corradini   46'
DF 3   Giovanni Francini
MF 5   Alemão
MF 11   Fernando De Napoli
MF 4   Luca Fusi
FW 10   Diego Maradona (c)
FW 8   Andrea Carnevale
FW 9   Careca
Substitutes:
GK 12   Raffaele Di Fusco
DF 13   Antonio Carannante
MF 14   Massimo Crippa   46'
MF 15   Francesco Romano
FW 16   Maurizio Neri
Manager:
  Ottavio Bianchi


Man of the Match:

Assistant referees:

 
GK 1   Eike Immel
DF 2   Günther Schäfer
DF 7   Karl Allgöwer
DF 4   Guido Buchwald (c)
DF 3   Michael Schröder
MF 6   Srečko Katanec
MF 5   Jürgen Hartmann
MF 8   Nils Schmäler
MF 10   Ásgeir Sigurvinsson
MF 11   Maurizio Gaudino
FW 9   Fritz Walter   70'
Substitutes:
DF 12   Rainer Zietsch   70'
MF 13   Rainer Schütterle
MF 14   Gerhard Poschner
FW 15   Olaf Schmäler
GK 16   Eberhard Trautner
Manager:
  Arie Haan

Second legEdit

VfB Stuttgart  3–3  Napoli
Klinsmann   27'
De Napoli   70' (o.g.)
O. Schmäler   89'
Report

Overview (archive)

Overview
Alemão   18'
Ferrara   39'
Careca   62'
Neckarstadion, Stuttgart, West Germany
Attendance: 67,000
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
VfB Stuttgart
 
 
 
 
 
Napoli
GK 1   Eike Immel
DF 2   Günther Schäfer
DF 7   Karl Allgöwer (c)
DF 4   Nils Schmäler
DF 3   Michael Schröder
MF 6   Srečko Katanec
MF 5   Jürgen Hartmann
MF 10   Ásgeir Sigurvinsson
MF 11   Maurizio Gaudino
FW 8   Fritz Walter   77'
FW 9   Jürgen Klinsmann
Substitutes:
DF 12   Rainer Zietsch
MF 13   Rainer Schütterle
MF 14   Gerhard Poschner
FW 15   Olaf Schmäler   77'
GK 16   Eberhard Trautner
Manager:
  Arie Haan


Man of the Match:

Assistant referees:

 
GK 1   Giuliano Giuliani
DF 2   Ciro Ferrara
DF 6   Alessandro Renica
DF 7   Giancarlo Corradini
DF 3   Giovanni Francini
MF 5   Alemão   30'
MF 11   Fernando De Napoli
MF 4   Luca Fusi
FW 10   Diego Maradona (c)
FW 8   Andrea Carnevale
FW 9   Careca   70'
Substitutes:
GK 12   Raffaele Di Fusco
DF 13   Tebaldo Bigliardi   70'
DF 14   Antonio Carannante   30'
MF 15   Francesco Romano
FW 16   Maurizio Neri
Manager:
  Ottavio Bianchi

See alsoEdit

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