[2][3] When another Third Division club, Swindon Town, won the 1969 Football League Cup, the Anglo-Italian League Cup was organised as a way of compensating Swindon for the ruling that prevented them competing in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup,[2] and Swindon won a two-legged match against that year's Coppa Italia champions A.S. When the competition was revived in the 1990s, for the first two seasons all English sides playing in the First Division (2nd level) participated, but in the last two tournaments only 8 English teams played. ... how does the anglo-italian cup goes? The competition was played intermittently between 1970 and 1996 between clubs from England and Italy. 15 January 1972 19 January 1972. Keith Weller, who scored four goals for Leicester in the Anglo-Italian Cup in 1972. That year, Modena successfully defended their title in a final against Sutton United,[25] who were the last English team to reach the final of the semi-professional tournament. Wolves have won the FA Cup four times - 1893, 1908, 1949, ... Texaco Cup 1970-1. MATCH OF THEIR DAY: Blackpool were playing in a cup final in Bologna. 0 bids. 9 May 1970. Anglo Scottish. [17] For the next two years Bath City were the English finalists but they lost to Lecco in 1977,[18] and Udinese in 1978,[19] when the tournament was renamed the Alitalia Challenge Cup. Two points were awarded for a win, one point for a draw, and a point for each goal scored. The new format consisted of two Anglo-Italian semi-finals, which meant the final was not necessarily contested by an English and an Italian team. In truth, the Anglo-Italian Cup might have been revived at a time of huge popularity for the game but, ironically, it was football’s incredible success during that period that proved to be the death knell for the tournament as the newly created Champions League and FA Premier League swept all before it. Napoli v Swindon Town, (Anglo-Italian Cup … Disgruntled fans, angered at the home side's failure to check brilliant Swindon, hurled a fusillade of rocks and bottles on the field, prompting the police to retaliate with teargas. 1992/93 West Ham v SC Pisa £2. YOUTH CUP 52/3 Man Utd v Wolves (First ever) sl cr, team changes £300, Wolves v … Statistics of The Football League in season 1970 / 1971.. Overview. [11] Swindon Advertiser, "After the fighting, in which at least 40 police, including several officers, and 60 demonstrators were injured, police guarded the San Paolo Stadium. Steve Bull of Wolves was partnered in attack by our very own Dziekanowski. £4 UEFA Cup Semi-Final 1972 2nd Leg, Wolves v Ferencvaros. [28] Brescia won the final in 1994 against Notts County, but Notts County reached the final again in 1995 and defeated Ascoli 2–1. (The First Division sides had generally finished in the lower half of the table, while the Second Division sides were generally mid-table or better.) Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club is an English professional football club. [13][14] Due to lack of interest the tournament did not continue,[4] and it was not until 1976 that it re-emerged as a semi-professional competition. After only 34 goals in the ill-fated First Division campaign of 1970/71, Blackpool scored 10 goals in just four games in the Anglo-Italian Cup competition in the summer of 1971. It was founded by Gigi Peronace, following the two-team Anglo-Italian League Cup in 1969. The match had to be abandoned after 79 minutes, with Swindon being declared as the first winners of the tournament. 0 bids. 1970/71 - 1971/72 - 1972/73 - 1973/74 - 1974/75 ... Leicester City v Wolves. 1976/77. Swindon Town. Final Anglo-Italian Cup English Cup Table 1970 . Anglo-Italian Cup. First Division . ANGLO-ITALIAN CUP F.L.PLAY OFFS CONFERENCE PLAY OFFS ... 1970 Feyenoord v Estudiantes £400, 1972 Ajax ... F.A. Then, the top team in each group from each nation competed in semi-finals: an all-English semi-final, and an all-Italian semi-final. The competition was played intermittently between 1970 and 1996 between clubs from England and Italy. 1970 Mexico World Cup Tournament Programme. 1970/71 SEASON REVIEW . [31], The Italian participants in the revived 1990s tournament were the four teams that had just been relegated from Serie A and the four teams that had finished highest but not been promoted in Serie B. 15h 14m Clubs: Swindon Town Competition: Anglo … FA Youth Cup. Middlebrough. The Anglo-Italian Cup (Italian: Coppa Anglo-Italiana, also known as the Anglo-Italian Inter-League Clubs Competition[1] and from 1976–86 as the Alitalia Challenge Cup, Talbot Challenge Cup or Gigi Peronace Memorial) is a defunct European football competition. To see an enlarged picture of a programme on this page just click on the thumbnails. "[10] Reuters, The match was abandoned after 75 minutes with Vicenza leading 1–0. naples 0 swindon 3 anglo italian cup final may 28th 1970 55,000 Swindon's victory in the League Cup Final of 1969 had placed FA administrators in something of a dilemma. Welcome to the Anglo-Italian cup. 1970 Napoli v Swindon Final £1.50 ... Newcastle, Oxford, Bari, Bologna, Como, Fiorentina, Lazio, Roma, Torino, Verona. Swindon won the competition after leading in the final which was abandoned before full-time due to violence. [4], Blackpool qualified for the final again in 1972, but were unsuccessful in their defence of the title, with Roma winning 3–1. £1.20 postage. Originally launched in 1970, the Anglo-Italian Cup did what it said on the tin … intermittently until 1996. ... 1970. Swindon Town. FA Youth Cup. £2 20/12/1972, League Cup Semi Final L1, Wolves v Spurs. The European football competition was played between clubs from England and Italy and was founded by Gigi Peronace in 1970, following the success of the Anglo-Italian League Cup. details unknown. [2] These teams were split into three groups consisting of two English and two Italian teams each. As has been posted, Juventus played at Swindon in the earlier version of the Anglo Italian cup and City took the chance to play them in a … Having signed off the campaign with a 13-match run without a victory from which they still emerged with a final placing of 13th, they braced themselves for a summer of travelling across mainland Europe. £2 20/12/1972, League Cup Semi Final L1, Wolves v Spurs. [6] Each team played against the two teams in their group from the opposing nation. Anglo Italian Tournament. League Cup European Minor Cups Misc. The potters chucking away a lead in a night match at molineux in the anglo italian cup qualifying round 93/94 season. 1968 Burnley v Coventry C. (heavy crease) £3, 1970 Coventry v Tottenham £10 1974 Tottenham v Huddersfield T £3.50, 1976 Wolves v Newcastle £2.50, 1977 Everton v Crystal P £3, 1984 Stoke v Everton £2, Anglo – Italian Cup Winners Cup. The final incarnation of the Anglo-Italian Cup was a short-lived affair; it was a brief revival for a tournament that had struggled and failed over the course of three decades to find a sustainable format. £3 26/1/1974, League Cup Semi Final L2, Wolves v Norwich. It joined the likes of the Texaco Cup - which became the Anglo-Scottish Cup - and the Anglo-Italian Cup … Bologna won the second staging, beating Manchester City 3-2 over two legs and then Tottenham Hotspur took the crown in 1971 with a 3-0 aggregate win over Torino. Wimbledon and Monza reached the final, with Monza winning the final 1–0, making them unbeaten for the tournament. The Anglo-Italian Cup was created in 1970 after the success of the similarly named Anglo-Italian League Cup the previous year. ANGLO-ITALIAN CUP. Hundreds of concrete bench seats were torn up and smashed into small chunks which were thrown onto the pitch sending players and officials scurrying to the other side of the field for safety. Prior to the match, tournament organiser Gigi Peronace stressed that it was imperative for an Italian club to win back the trophy. [1], For the first competition there were six English teams and six Italian teams. thefingerismakingmeflick. [20], In 1979, each country had four entrants and Sutton United defeated Italian finalists Chieti 2–1 to become the first and only English winners of the competition during its time as a semi-professional competition. The Anglo-Italian Cup was created in 1970 after the success of the similarly named Anglo-Italian League Cup the previous year. The Italian representatives were Serie B teams. For the 1970–71 season, Carlisle United F.C. Each team would play four group games – against every team in its group from the other nation. It was June 1971, an afternoon kick-off and what Micky Burns remembers is the sheer heat. 1970-71 Southport (sof).. 1971-72 Barrow (sof), Colchester (tc/pin), Crewe, Doncaster (fld/nof/tc), Exeter (sof), Newport (fld/pin), Reading (sof),. Lazio v Wolves. Statistics of The Football League in season 1970 / 1971.. Overview. 1 bid. In 1970, his fledgling competition became, simply, ‘The Anglo-Italian Cup’, and was immediately expanded to include twelve teams, six from England and six from Italy. Swindon Town take on Italian giants Juventus at the County Ground. Wolves v Manchester United Wolves v Bristol City Wolves v Millwall Wolves v Coventry Leeds v Wolves. Notts Co v Nottingham Forest £2. Ending Thursday at 12:03AM BST. Police said they had arrested 30 people and had 11 others in custody for questioning. Monday-bambino-night! For the competition there were six English teams: Swindon Town, Sheffield Wednesday, Middlesbrough, West Bromwich Albion, Sunderland and Wolverhampton Wanderers, and six Italian teams: Napoli, Juventus, Roma, Fiorentina, Lazio and Vicenza. £3 26/1/1974, League Cup Semi Final L2, Wolves v Norwich. ... West Brom, Wolves and of course Swindon Town. Posted on 20/5/2008, 19:56: In the final part of the series, we look at the rising stars and precocious talents that graced the Anglo-Italian Cup in the 1990s. The initial Anglo-Italian Cup was played as an annual tournament from 1970 to 1973. [20], The competition was re-established in 1992–93 as a replacement for the Full Members Cup. Anglo Italian Cup Wolves v Lazio 69/70 Football Programme 9th May 1970. Groups of youngsters then started breaking up stones and wooden benches and hurling them over the wide moat and onto the pitch. 17 votes, 15 comments. Keith Weller, who scored four goals for Leicester in the Anglo-Italian Cup in 1972. For the 1970–71 season, Carlisle United F.C. ... 1970/1 League Cup Winners Cup Final 2nd leg Manchester City Bologna 23 Sept 1970. The Anglo-Italian League Cup as it came to be known, would now be expanded and played five more times. EUR 2.23. Each team played the others once, and the eight group winners progressed to the main competition. [4][5], From 1967, a place in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup was awarded to the Football League Cup winners,[6] but that season's winners, Queens Park Rangers, could not take up their place because UEFA did not at that time allow third-tier teams to compete in the Fairs Cup. SWINDON TOWN V NAPOLI. The Italian clubs were often mid-table or higher finishers who had sometimes also qualified for the European competitions. Mon 7th April 1947. [6] – Peter Sheldon, Swindon Town were awarded the trophy by Signor Orfeo Pianelli, vice-president of the Italian Football Federation. [10], The Swindon Evening Advertiser reported on the aftermath -, "A fanatical section of the 55,000 crowd incensed by the inability of Napoli to match the craft and finishing of Swindon Town, went berserk during the latter stage of the Anglo-Italian tournament final in Naples last night. ... Genoa V Port Vale Anglo Italian Cup Final Matchday Programme & Ticket 17/03/1996. 3-2. £4 UEFA Cup Semi-Final 1972 2nd Leg, Wolves v Ferencvaros. Anglo-Italian Cup. is there any match I can play? [4] Following the popularity of that event,[2] and as a way to generate income to pay players' wages during the extended close season caused by the 1970 FIFA World Cup,[5] the first Anglo-Italian Cup was inaugurated the following season. In 1992, the Anglo-Italian Cup was re-established as a professional cup for second tier clubs – it replaced the English Full Members Cup. Two groups, consisting of two sides from each country, would compete against each other, and the team with the best record from each country would compete in the final. £3 League Cup Final 1974, Wolves v Man City. Swindon v Juventus 02.05.1970 - Anglo Italian Cup. Parkin ended his 15-season spell at Wolves by joining Stoke City on a free transfer in March 1982. Roma. Chelsea v Leeds 29.04.1970 - FA Cup Final Replay (Pirate) Man City v Gornik 29.04.1970 - European Cup Winners Cup Final. Wolverhampton Wanderers. For 1995/96, only one relegated Premiership team competed – most of the remaining teams had finished in mid-table or lower table in the previous First Division campaign, and Birmingham City had just been promoted from Division Two. But 1973's mini-tournament, won by Stoke, was the fourth and last Watney Cup. Episode 1 of an amazing new series featuring a Warrington family's previously unpublished cine film footage of Wire matches in the 1960s … [2][7] When the same situation arose two years later with Swindon Town, a two-legged match against that year's Coppa Italia winners, A.S. Roma, was organised by way of compensation. On June 1st, Leicester lost their first group game 1-0 to Cagliari in the luxurious Santa Elia stadium. ... City also had their only dalliance with the short-lived Anglo Italian Cup losing 1-0 in a 1st leg in Bologna and then drawing 2-2 at Maine Road to see Bologna go through 3-2 on aggregate ... and then a 3-0 defeat at Wolves left City without a win in five games and they slipt to seventh in the league. Arsenal won the league championship at the end of a season which would soon be followed by their FA Cup final tie with Liverpool.They narrowly overcame Leeds to win the league, with a 12-point gap separating Leeds from third-placed Tottenham.Wolves and Liverpool joined these two teams in the UEFA Cup. Wolves’ players were busy collecting stamps on their passports at the time they spread their wings in search of a fillip following a quite dreadful finish to their 1969-70 season. The world’s oldest national football competition returned this weekend and it did not disappoint once again, with the draw at Manchester United and Liverpool resulting in a very entertaining encounter. Got a mate who deals in Football Programmes and has some Wolves ones he is selling. The exception to this was Verona, who were relegated in 1991/92, but did not play in the 1992/93 cup.[32]. 1972/73. Anglo-Italian. The inspired goalkeeping of Albertosi kept Leicester at bay after a Jon Sammels own … Div 4 /2 Champions 1987-8. The initial Anglo-Italian Cup was played as an annual tournament from 1970 to 1973. Anglo Scottish. [5][8][9] The team with the highest number points from each nation then contested the final.[2][6]. The final incarnation of the Anglo-Italian Cup was a short-lived affair; it was a brief revival for a tournament that had struggled and failed over the course of three decades to find a sustainable format. 1976/77. Parkin ended his 15-season spell at Wolves by joining Stoke City on a free transfer in March 1982. Anglo Italian Cup Round 1. He isn't asking a lot for each Programme, if you are interested in any of the below, drop me a PM and I will send you his email address so you can make arrangements with him. During its time the tournament had a reputation for violence between fans,[2][3] but it returned as a semi-professional tournament from 1976 before it was abolished again in 1986. The Anglo-Italian Cup (also known as the Anglo-Italian Inter-League Clubs Competition and from 1976–86 as the Alitalia Challenge Cup, Talbot Challenge Cup or Gigi Peronace Memorial) is a defunct European football competition.. Swindon were 3–0 up after 63 minutes, when violence started to break out. Two groups, consisting of two sides from each country, would compete against each other, and the team with the best record from each country would compete in the final. Swindon v Napoli 28.05.1970 - Anglo Italian Cup Final. In the final part of the series, we look at the rising stars and precocious talents that graced the Anglo-Italian Cup in the 1990s. Brazil v Italy 21.06.1970 - World Cup 1970 Final. Videos of the 1949 and 1960 final goals are on the site here on the Cup FInals + page. Bottles and blazing cushions were thrown as the match dissolved in chaos 12 minutes from full-time. First Division . The Anglo-Italian Cup (or Anglo-Italian Inter-League Clubs Competition) [1] is a defunct European football competition that was played intermittently between 1970 and 1996 between clubs from England and Italy. The next two were also between the Coppa Italia and League Cup winners. competed in Football League Division Two. Fires were started all around the stadium as the hooligans raged out of control. Contact ... FAC 1970's. £3 League Cup Final 1974, Wolves v Man City. The inspired goalkeeping of Albertosi kept Leicester at bay after a Jon Sammels own … £1.99. Notts Co v Nottingham Forest £2. [5] The last instalment of the competition was held in 1995–96, and Genoa triumphed 5–2 over Port Vale in the final on 17 March 1996. Anglo-Italian. 1970 Napoli v Swindon Final £1.50 ... Newcastle, Oxford, Bari, Bologna, Como, Fiorentina, Lazio, Roma, Torino, Verona. A linesman was struck and the referee ordered the players towards the main stand as clearly it was impossible for play to carry on. Wolves' FA Cup winning team of 1893. Wolverhampton Wanderers. Once divided into three groups, each including two English and two Italian teams, the English teams would play the Italian teams, home and away. 3-2. The competition culminated in a final between Napoli and Swindon Town. Press J to jump to the feed. [22], In 1981, the tournament was called the Talbot Challenge Cup and Modena were the winners. According to first estimates, rampaging spectators caused about £20,000 worth of damage to stadium equipment. Great Savings Free Delivery / Collection on many items ... Anglo Italian Cup 1969/70 Wolves v Lazio. The 1970 Anglo-Italian Cup was the inaugural Anglo-Italian Cup competition. It was founded by Gigi Peronace, following the two-team Anglo-Italian League Cup in 1969. ... Anglo-Italian Cup: GS: Hugh Curran: 23 1970–71: 42 22 8 12 64 54 52 4th R4 R2 Texaco Cup: W: Bobby Gould: 23 1971–72: 42 18 11 13 65 57 47 9th R3 R2 UEFA Cup: RU: Derek Dougan: 24 1972–73: 42 18 11 13 66 54 47 1970-1971 Summary Final League Table and Cup Winners 1969-70 ... Wolves. Founded by Gigi Peronace in 1970, following the success of the Anglo-Italian League Cup, it was played as a professional tournament until 1973. The programme also included details of a trip to the Italian Riviera – ‘Follow Blackpool to the Sun’ – for supporters who wanted to watch the team’s games in Italy. The first final was abandoned early due to violence, with Swindon Town declared the winners. Anglo Italian Cup Round 1. Anglo Italian Cup. Anglo Italian Tournament. The Final, played at St Paul's Stadium, Naples, on May 28th 1970, was to erupt into violence and had to be abandoned after 79 minutes because of crowd disturbances with Swindon leading by 3 goals to nil. Swindon Town were the first victors in a match that was abandoned early due to violence. [2] These teams were split into three groups consisting of two English and two Italian teams each,[9] with two points being awarded for a win, one point for a draw, and a point for each goal scored. £2. He appeared in two Wembley Cup Finals, collecting a winner's medal each time as Wolves won the League Cup in both 1974 and 1980, and also earned a Second Division championship medal in 1976–77. £7.99 [7] Two points were awarded for a win, one point for a draw, and a point for each goal scored. It was initially seen (in 1970) as a way of paying players’ wages in an extended close-season due to the staging of the World Cup in Mexico. Yes, that is correct. competed in Football League Division Two. Hearts (on agg) Watney Cup Final Derby Co ... Anglo-Italian League Cup : Bologna. £1.00. Trouble started when Arthur Horsfield scored Swindon's third goal in the 63rd minute. ... 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