1920 Copa del Rey Final

1920 Copa del Rey Final
Event 1920 Copa del Rey
Date May 2, 1920
Venue El Molinón, Gijón
Referee Bertrán de Lis
Main article: 1920 Copa del Rey

The 1920 Copa del Rey Final was the 16th final of the Spanish cup competition, the Copa del Rey. The final was played at El Molinón, in Gijón, on May 2, 1920. FC Barcelona beat Athletic de Bilbao 2–0 and won their fourth title.

Match details

May 2, 1920
FC Barcelona 2–0 Athletic Bilbao
Martínez Goal 70'
Alcántara Goal 80'
El Molinón, Gijón
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Bertrán de Lis
FC Barcelona
Athletic Bilbao
GK 1 Spain Ricardo Zamora
DF 2 Spain Coma
DF 3 Spain Galicia
MF 4 Spain José Samitier
MF 5 Spain Agustín Sancho
MF 6 Spain Ramón Torralba
FW 7 Spain Viñals
FW 8 Spain Félix Sesúmaga
FW 9 Spain Vicente Martínez
FW 10 Spain Paulino Alcántara
FW 11 Spain M. Plaza
England Jack Greenwell
GK 1 Spain Juan José Amann
DF 2 Spain Luis Hurtado
DF 3 Spain Domingo Acedo
MF 4 Spain Sabino Bilbao
MF 5 Spain Francisco Belauste
MF 6 Spain Jesús Eguiluz
FW 7 Spain Sena
FW 8 Spain Rafael Moreno Aranzadi
FW 9 Spain José María Belauste
FW 10 Spain José María Laca
FW 11 Spain Germán Echevarría
England Billy Barnes
Copa del Rey
1920 winners
FC Barcelona
Fourth title


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