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1905 Copa del Rey Final

1905 Copa del Rey Final
Event 1905 Copa del Rey
Date 18 April 1905
Venue Hipódromo, Madrid
Referee Forster

The 1905 Copa del Rey Final was the third final of the Copa del Rey, the Spanish football cup competition. The match took place on 18 April 1905 at the Hipódromo, Madrid. The match was contested by Athletic Bilbao and Madrid CF.

Madrid CF lifted the trophy for the first time with a 1–0 victory over Athletic Bilbao.





Match details

[1] [2] [3]

ATHLETIC BILBAO:
Prado
Hermenegildo García
J. Irízar
Ruesch
Tomás Murga
Luis Silva
Davies
Marqués de Valdeterrazo
William Dyer
Alejandro de la Sota
Benigno Larrea
MADRID FC:
Manuel Alcalde
José Berraondo (c)
Telesforo Álvarez
Eugenio Bisbal
Luciano Lizárraga
Henri Normand
Pedro Parages
Manuel Prast
Antonio Alonso
Federico Revuelto
Joaquín Yarza

References

  1. ^ http://www.linguasport.com/FUTBOL/nacional/copa/cup.htm
  2. ^ http://www.leyendablanca.galeon.com/tempo05.htm
  3. ^ Athletic Club. "Athletic Club". athletic-club.eus. 
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