Round: Final 1984 EUROPEAN CUP FINAL Stadium: Stadio Olimpico
Date: Wednesday, 30th May 1984
1 1
Attendance: 69,693
Time: 20:15 Referee: Erik Fredriksson
Coach: Joe Fagan Coach: Nils Liedholm

AFTER EXTRA TIME - LIVERPOOL WIN 4-2 ON PENALTIES

LIVERPOOL
AS ROMA
1. Bruce Grobbelaar



1. Franco Tancredi
2. Phil Neal 14 1:0

2. Michele Nappi
3. Alan Kennedy


3. Dario Bonetti
4. Mark Lawrenson


4. Ubaldo Righetti
5. Ronnie Whelan


5. Paulo Roberto Falcao

6. Alan Hansen


6. Sebastiano Nela
7. Kenny Dalglish 95

7. Bruno Conti
8. Sammy Lee


8. Antonio Carlos Cerezo 115
9. Ian Rush


9. Roberto Pruzzo 43 1:1 64
10. Craig Johnston 73

10. Agostino Di Bartolomei (C)
11. Graeme Souness (C)

11. Francesco Graziani



13. Bob Bolder



14. Mark Tullio Strukelj Cerezo 115

12. Michael Robinson Dalglish 95


15. Odoacre Chierico Pruzzo 64

14. Steve Nicol Johnston 73






15. David Hodgson







16. Gary Gillespie







PENALTIES
1. Steve Nicol - Liverpool 0:0

Agostino Di Bartolomei - AS Roma 0:1
2. Phil Neal - Liverpool 1:1

Bruno Conti - AS Roma 1:1
3. Graeme Souness - Liverpool 2:1

Ubaldo Righetti - AS Roma 2:2
4. Ian Rush - Liverpool 3:2

Francesco Graziani - AS Roma 3:2
5. Alan Kennedy - Liverpool 4:2




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Graeme Souness - lifted trophy in last match




© Panini Football Sticker
Alan Kennedy - winning penalty






Newspaper retrieved from the British Newspaper Archive (www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk) With thanks to The British Library Board and Reach PLC. Digitised by Findmypast Newspaper Archive Limited. All rights reserved. Click on a page to read the PDF version.



Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy Distance from Anfield Stadium: 1715 km - 1066 miles





Photograph courtesy of Adrian Killen




Phil Neal's medal.
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Kenny Dalglish's medal.




Ian Rush's match worn shirt.




AS Roma goalkeeper match issued shirt.
Images courtesy of Colin Wright



Official spare shirt produced for the Final.
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Phil Neal's match worn shirt.



Autographed match issued shirt of Mark Lawrenson.
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Jumper issued to players and staff.






Kenny Dalglish match worn shirt and European Cup medals on display in the club museum.

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Photograph courtesy of Jim Clarke



UK issue. 76 pages.


This issue was published and on sale in the UK with the permission of UEFA. It is unlikely that it was available in Rome.




VIP / Media issue. 126 pages.


This issue was produced by the Italian FA for the media and was available in the VIP area of the stadium. It was also on sale at the airport after the match.




Roma Mia issue. 112 pages.
This programme was issued for all AS Roma's home matches.



Barbato issue. 100 pages.


This issue was produced by the AS Roma supporters club. We have been informed that it was on sale at the stadium. It is referred to as the Barbato issue as that company were the selling agents in Italy.









Unused match ticket for the west terrace. Tickets issued through Liverpool FC have a red liverbird stamped on the back. All stubs attached.





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Official match poster - 70 x 35 cm.




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Image courtesy of John Lambert









The envelope which contained the ticket.
Images courtesy of Robbert Goijaarts



Another envelope which contained tickets.
Image courtesy of Karl Bolmeer




Image courtesy of Gerard Scully









Service ticket.







Laminated VIP Entrance Control Officers Pass.
Image courtesy of Robert Greenwood




Image courtesy of Robert Greenwood



Roma Amor. 36 pages.
This issue is also referred to as the Alpi Publisport issue.
Image courtesy of Andy Marsden



Roma Day. 16 pages.
Image courtesy of Bobby Brakell





Corriere dello Sport newspaper dated 29th May 1984 - the day before the match.






Corriere dello Sport newspaper dated 30th May 1984 - the day of the match.






Eight page supplement to Corriere dello Sport newspaper on the day of the match.






Metrolimpico supplement to Metro newspaper dated 30th May 1984 - the day of the match. This supplement was available for free at the stadium.

Image courtesy of Robbert Goijaarts



Ale Roma. 64 pages.
Dated the day after the match, on sale at the stadium.
Image courtesy of Jim Clarke



Ale Roma supplement. 132 pages.
Supplement to the Ale Roma magazine dated 13th May 1984.



IL Tempo newspaper dated the day of the match.





Telesport newspaper special edition for the Final. The newspaper was available for free within the Olympic Stadium. It is printed in Italian and English languages.

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Sixteen page supplement to Giallo Rossi newspaper was on sale at the stadium.

Image courtesy of Jim Clarke





Metrolimpico supplement to Metro newspaper dated 26th May 1984 - the Saturday before the match.




Poster from Italian magazine.




Image courtesy of John Lambert




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Rome / Liverpool city councils poster. The poster was produced in three different sizes. The A4 Size (28 cm x 21 cm) is the one most people are aware of. Another poster size was 95 cm x 68 cm. The size of the poster on the right is much larger (135 by 97cm).






Seventy two page official AS Roma LA ROMA Lancio Edition (Edizioni Lancio). Dated May 1984. Only available to official club members of Roma. Previews the Final and reviews the semi final against Dundee United.

Image courtesy of Robert Greenwood





Fifty two page Giallo Rossi magazine dated May 1984. The magazine is entirely dedicated to previewing the Final.




Intrepido Sport magazine.
Image courtesy of Mark Freeman





We assume the poster supplement was included with the Intrepido Sport magazine.








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English language supplement to Italian newspaper Paese Sera, dated the day of the match, previews the Final.



Liverpool Echo preview supplement.



Liverpool Echo 4 page supplement.



Weekly News newspaper previews the Final.




Images courtesy of John Lambert




Images courtesy of Adrian Killen










Image courtesy of John Lambert




Image courtesy of Jim Clarke




Image courtesy of David Allen








The weekly Rome published football small format newspaper Totoguida Sport, dated 29th of May 1984, previews the Final.

Image courtesy of Robert Greenwood


AS Roma : 1982-83 Italy League Champions


FORM GUIDE





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A montage from the Liverpool Echo newspaper.




Image courtesy of Robert Greenwood





Seventy two page official AS Roma LA ROMA Lancio Edition (Edizioni Lancio). Dated June 1984. Only available to official club members of Roma. 40 pages reviewing the European Cup Final and also includes reviews of Roma's earlier round matches.
















Football Monthly magazine reviews the Final.







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'International Garden Festival 1984' post card.
Images courtesy of Jim Clarke



'International Garden Festival 1984' post card.



Official 1983-84 season review LP has commentary from every round of the European Cup with extensive highlights from the final itself. Also includes a 32 page booklet.





Image courtesy of Gerard Scully


















Supporters pennant obtained outside the stadium.
Image courtesy of Jim Clarke





Supporters pennant which was autographed by the players on the plane to Rome.




Supporters pennant obtained outside the stadium.
Image courtesy of Jim Clarke



Autographed reverse of pennant.



Supporters pennant obtained outside the stadium.
Image courtesy of Jim Clarke









AS Roma Supporters Flags.









Football autographed by 1983-84 squad.




Image courtesy of John Lambert











Commemorative Badge. We believe this badge was issued by Liverpool FC.




Commemorative matches.
Image courtesy of Gerard Scully





Plastic gloves distributed in Roma supporters in the South terrace. They are obviously an advertisement for a jeans company.





Image courtesy of Jim Clarke




Image courtesy of Gerard Scully









The Kings of Europe print by Peter Deighan.






Canvas print.






132 page Italian book The Wednesday of Dogs! reviews the Final.
Image courtesy of Jim Clarke



Poster obtained by a Liverpool supporter in Rome. 20 x 27 inches.
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Colour photograph and two signed football covers, mounted and framed, 73cm x 37cm.

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Image courtesy of Fred Ray





Articles from Match Weekly magazine. © EMAP National Publications









Steve Hale photograph that hung in the corridor beside the Director's Lounge in the old Main Stand.



Steve Hale photograph that hung in the corridor beside the Director's Lounge in the old Main Stand.





Steve Hale photograph of Graeme Souness lifting the European Cup removed from the corridor beside the Director's Lounge in the old Main Stand at Anfield.






Aluminium sheet with protective film display board commemorating the 1984 European Cup victory.









Photograph that hung in the 2015-16 season Hospitality Marquee Trophy Room.

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Ian Rush scored 47 goals for Liverpool in the 1983/84 season (excluding his spot kick conversion in Rome). His 32 goals in the domestic League was the highest in Europe and saw him become the first British player to win Europe's Golden Boot. The boot is plated in 24k gold and measures 190mm x 84mm.

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FURTHER READING
WHAT HAPPENED NEXT?
The European Cup Final was Liverpool's last match of the season and the victory meant they had won the trophy for the 4th time. Liverpool had already won the League and the League Cup giving Joe Fagan an unprecedented treble in his first season as manager. Liverpool had become First Division League Champions with 80 points; 6 points more than Manchester United and Southampton. In March, they had won the League Cup 1:0 against Everton at Maine Road after a 0:0 draw at Wembley. Brighton & Hove Albion eliminated Liverpool from the FA Cup for the second season in a row. This time it was 2:0 at the Goldstone Ground in the 4th round. In August, Liverpool had lost the Charity Shield 2:0 to Manchester United at Wembley.


JUST FOR THE RECORD - THE SEASON STATISTICS
*Away Statistics include Final against AS Roma in Rome


APPEARANCES / GOALS: 9 Matches / 16 Goals (1.78 goals per match) s = Substitute appearance

Players Used: 14

Ever-present: 8 - Dalglish, Grobbelaar, Hansen, Kennedy, Lawrenson, Lee, Rush, Souness

Players Scored: 7 + 1 own goal (Clausen of Odense)

Leading Scorer: Rush - 5 goals

TOTAL HOME ATTENDANCE 124,085
TOTAL AWAY ATTENDANCE 275,193



399,278

Average Home Attendance: 31,021




KM
Miles


Odense 887
551


Bilbao 1131
702


Lisbon 1699
1056


Bucharest 2328
1447


Rome 1715
1066









7760
4822



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