1974 UEFA Cup Final
|Date||22 May 1974|
|Venue||White Hart Lane, London|
|Referee||Rudolf Scheurer (Switzerland)|
|Date||29 May 1974|
|Venue||De Kuip, Rotterdam|
|Referee||Concetto Lo Bello (Italy)|
The 1974 UEFA Cup Final was played on 21 May 1974 and 29 May 1974. It was between Tottenham Hotspur of England and Feyenoord Rotterdam of the Netherlands. Feyenoord won 4–2 on aggregate.
Riot[change | change source]
Tottenham supporters rioted during the second leg in Rotterdam. This started after Feyenoord scored towards the end of the first half and continued into the second half.
Route to the final[change | change source]
|Opponent||Agg.||1st leg||2nd leg||Opponent||Agg.||1st leg||2nd leg|
|Grasshoppers||9–2||5–1 (A)||4–1 (H)||First round||Öster||5–2||3–1 (A)||2–1 (H)|
|Aberdeen||5–2||1–1 (A)||4–1 (H)||Second round||Gwardia Warsaw||3–2||3–1 (H)||0–1 (A)|
|Dinamo Tbilisi||6–2||1–1 (A)||5–1 (H)||Third round||Standard Liège||3–3 (a)||1–3 (A)||2–0 (H)|
|1. FC Köln||5–1||2–1 (A)||3–0 (H)||Quarter-finals||Ruch Chorzów||4–2 (a.e.t.)||1–1 (A)||3–1 (a.e.t.) (H)|
|Lokomotive Leipzig||4–1||2–1 (A)||2–0 (H)||Semi-finals||VfB Stuttgart||4–3||2–1 (H)||2–2 (A)|
Match details[change | change source]
First leg[change | change source]
Israël 64' (o.g.)
|Report Overview||Van Hanegem 43'
De Jong 85'
Referee: Rudolf Scheurer (Switzerland)
Second leg[change | change source]
After holding Spurs to a 2–2 draw at London's White Hart Lane, Feyenoord went into their home leg as favourites. Their 2–0 victory at home secured the club their first UEFA Cup title.
The second leg in Rotterdam was marred by violence and hooliganism from rioting Spurs supporters.
Referee: Concetto Lo Bello (Italy)
References[change | change source]
- ↑ Cloake, Martin; Fisher, Alan (2016). "Chapter 6: I go for the football but I don't mind if the fighting's there". People's History of Tottenham Hotspur: How Spurs Fans Shaped the Identity of One of the World's Most Famous Clubs. Pitch Publishing. ISBN 978-1-78531-246-5.[permanent dead link]
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "All roads lead to Rotterdam". uefa.com. Union of European Football Associations. 6 May 2002. Retrieved 17 August 2020.