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1981 European Cup Winners' Cup Final

1981 European Cup Winners' Cup Final
Event 1980–81 European Cup Winners' Cup
Date 13 May 1981
Venue Rheinstadion, Düsseldorf
Referee Riccardo Lattanzi (Italy)
Attendance 4,750

The 1981 European Cup Winners' Cup Final was a football match contested on 13 May 1981 between Dinamo Tbilisi of the Soviet Union and Carl Zeiss Jena of East Germany. It was the final game of the 1980–81 European Cup Winners' Cup, and the 21st European Cup Winners' Cup Final, held at Rheinstadion in Düsseldorf, West Germany. Only 4,750 people attended the match, though some sources claim there were 9,000 people.[1] Tbilisi won the match 2–1 thanks to goals by Vladimir Gutsaev and Vitaly Daraselia.



13 May 1981
20:15 CEST
Dinamo Tbilisi 2–1 Carl Zeiss Jena
Report Hoppe  63'
Rheinstadion, Düsseldorf
Attendance: 4,750
Referee: Riccardo Lattanzi (Italy)
Dinamo Tbilisi
Carl Zeiss Jena
GK 1 Otar Gabelia
DF 2 Tamaz Kostava
DF 3 Aleksandre Chivadze (c)
DF 4 Nodar Khizanishvili
DF 5 Georgi Tavadze
MF 6 Vitaly Daraselia
MF 7 Zaur Svanadze  67'
MF 8 Tengiz Sulakvelidze
MF 9 Vladimir Gutsaev
FW 10 David Kipiani
FW 11 Ramaz Shengelia
MF 13 Nugzar Kakilashvili  67'
Nodar Akhalkatsi
GK 1 Hans-Ulrich Grapenthin
DF 2 Gert Brauer
MF 3 Gerhard Hoppe  88'
DF 4 Wolfgang Schilling
DF 5 Lothar Kurbjuweit (c)
SW 6 Rüdiger Schnuphase
MF 7 Andreas Krause
MF 8 Lutz Lindemann
FW 9 Andreas Bielau  76'
FW 10 Jürgen Raab
FW 11 Eberhard Vogel
MF 13 Ulrich Oevermann  88'
MF 15 Thomas Töpfer  76'
Hans Meyer

Assistant referees:
Luigi Agnolin (Italy)
Paolo Bergamo (Italy)

Match rules

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

See also


  1. ^ [1]

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