1993 Intercontinental Cup

The 1993 Intercontinental Cup was an association football match played on 12 December 1993 between Milan, runners-up of the 1992–93 UEFA Champions League, and São Paulo, winners of the 1993 Copa Libertadores. The match was played at the National Stadium in Tokyo. Milan were making a fifth appearance in the competition, after the victories in 1969, 1989, 1990, and the defeat in 1963. While São Paulo's were looking to defend their title, after victory in the previous edition. Marseille, the winners of 1992–93 UEFA Champions League was not allowed to participate, because of match-fixing scandal involving the club, which saw them stripped from 1992–93 French Division 1 title and banned from international club competitions (1993–94 UEFA Champions League, 1993 European Super Cup and Intercontinental Cup). Because of the scandal, Milan was allowed to play in both the Super Cup and the Intercontinental Cup.

1993 Intercontinental Cup
Match programme cover
EventIntercontinental Cup
Date12 December 1993
VenueNational Stadium, Tokyo
Man of the MatchToninho Cerezo
(São Paulo)
RefereeJoël Quiniou (France)

Toninho Cerezo was named man of the match.


The National Stadium in Tokyo hosted the match

Match detailsEdit

Milan  2–3  São Paulo
Massaro   48'
Papin   81'
Report Palhinha   19'
Toninho Cerezo   59'
Müller   88'
Attendance: 52,275
São Paulo
GK 1   Sebastiano Rossi
RB 2   Christian Panucci
CB 6   Franco Baresi (c)
CB 5   Alessandro Costacurta
LB 3   Paolo Maldini
RM 4   Demetrio Albertini   79'
CM 8   Marcel Desailly
LM 7   Roberto Donadoni
LM 10   Daniele Massaro
CF 9   Jean-Pierre Papin
CF 11   Florin Răducioiu   79'
DM 16   Alessandro Orlando   79'
DF 13   Mauro Tassotti   79'
  Fabio Capello
GK 1   Zetti
RB 2   Cafu
CB 3   Válber
CB 4   Ronaldão
LB 6   André Luiz
DM 5   Doriva
DM 8   Dinho
AM 11   Toninho Cerezo
AM 10   Leonardo
CF 7   Müller (c)
CF 9   Palhinha   64'
GK 12   Rogério Ceni
DF 13   Gilmar
DM 14   Luís Carlos Goiano
MF 15   Juninho Paulista   64'
FW 16   Valdeir
  Telê Santana

Man of the Match:
Toninho Cerezo (São Paulo)

See alsoEdit