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1916 Copa del Rey Final

1916 Copa del Rey Final
Event 1916 Copa del Rey
Date May 7, 1916
Venue Camp de la Indústria, Barcelona
Referee Francisco Bru
Attendance 6,000
1915
1917
Main article: 1916 Copa del Rey

The 1916 Copa del Rey Final was the 12th final of the Spanish cup competition, the Copa del Rey. The final was played at Camp de la Indústria in Barcelona on May 7, 1916. The match was won by Athletic Bilbao, who beat Madrid FC 4–0.

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7 May 1916
16:00 CET
Athletic Bilbao 4–0 Madrid FC
Acedo Goal 12'
Zubizarreta Goal 23'60'69'
Athletic Bilbao
Madrid FC
ATHLETIC BILBAO:
GK 1 Spain Cecilio Ibarreche
DF 2 Spain Luis María Solaun
DF 3 Spain Luis Hurtado
MF 4 Spain Esteban Eguía
MF 5 Spain José María Belauste "I"
MF 6 Spain José Cabieces
FW 7 Spain Germán Echebarría
FW 8 Spain Rafael Moreno "Pichichi"
FW 9 Spain Félix Zubizarreta
FW 10 Spain Luis Iceta (c)
FW 11 Spain Ramón Belauste "II"
Manager:
England Billy Barnes
MADRID FC:
GK 1 SpainPhilippines Eduardo Teus
DF 2 Spain José Antonio Erice
DF 3 Spain José Irureta (c)
MF 4 Spain Eulogio Aranguren
MF 5 Spain René Petit
MF 6 Spain José María Castell
FW 7 Spain Manuel Pérez "Gomar"
FW 8 Spain Luis Belaunde
FW 9 Spain Santiago Bernabéu
FW 10 Spain Juan José Petit
FW 11 Spain Sotero Aranguren
Manager:
England Arthur Johnson
Copa del Rey
1916 winners
Athletic Bilbao
7th title

References

  • linguasport.com
  • RSSSF.com

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