1995 UEFA Super Cup

The 1995 UEFA Super Cup was a two-legged match contested between the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup holders Zaragoza and the UEFA Champions League holders Ajax. The cup was played later than usual, the two legs taking place in February 1996. The first leg was drawn 1–1 at the La Romareda stadium in Zaragoza. The second leg was won 4–0 by Ajax at the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam. Ajax won 5–1 on aggregate.

1995 UEFA Super Cup
on aggregate
First leg
Date6 February 1996 (1996-02-06)
VenueLa Romareda, Zaragoza
RefereeRémi Harrel (France)
Attendance23,000
Second leg
Date28 February 1996 (1996-02-28)
VenueOlympic Stadium, Amsterdam
RefereeLeslie Mottram (Scotland)
Attendance22,000

Match details

First leg

Zaragoza 1–1 Ajax
Aguado  28' Report Kluivert  70'
Attendance: 23,000
Referee: Rémi Harrel (France)
Zaragoza
Ajax
GK1 Juanmi
RB2 Alberto Belsue (c)
CB6 Xavier Aguado
CB4 Luis Carlos Cuartero
LB3 Jesús Ángel Solana 88'
CM5 Oscar Luis
CM7 Nayim 39'
RW10 Francisco Higuera
LW11 Gustavo López 79'
SS8 Dani García 79'
CF9 Fernando Morientes
Substitutes:
GK13 Andoni Cedrún
DF12 Paqui
MF14 José Aurelio Gay
MF15 Sergio Berti 79'
FW16 Miguel Pardeza 79'
Manager:
Víctor Fernández
GK1 Edwin van der Sar
SW3 Danny Blind (c)
RB2 Michael Reiziger
CB5 Frank de Boer
LB4 Winston Bogarde
CM11 Arnold Scholten 81'
CM6 Ronald de Boer 36'
RW7 Finidi George
LW8 Kiki Musampa 53'
SS10 Jari Litmanen 65'
CF9 Patrick Kluivert
Substitutes:
GK12 Fred Grim
DF13 Sonny Silooy
MF15 Dave van den Bergh  53'
FW14 Nwankwo Kanu
FW16 Nordin Wooter 80' 65'
Manager:
Louis van Gaal

Assistant referees:
Alain Gourdet (France)
Jacques Poudevigne (France)
Fourth official:
Bernard Saules (France)

Match rules

Second leg

Ajax 4–0 Zaragoza
Bogarde  43'
George  54'
Blind  65' (pen.), 69' (pen.)
Report
Attendance: 22,000
Ajax
Zaragoza
GK1 Edwin van der Sar
SW11 Sonny Silooy
RB2 Michael Reiziger
LB4 Frank de Boer 26'
DM3 Danny Blind (c)
CM6 Arnold Scholten 78'
CM8 Edgar Davids
RW7 Finidi George 70'
LW5 Winston Bogarde
AM10 Patrick Kluivert 70'
CF9 Nwankwo Kanu
Substitutes:
GK12 Fred Grim
MF13 Rob Gehring 70'
MF14 Kiki Musampa
FW15 Andriy Demtchenko 70'
FW16 Dave van den Bergh  78'
Manager:
Louis van Gaal
GK1 Andoni Cedrún 64'
RB2 Alberto Belsue (c)
CB6 Xavier Aguado
CB4 Fernando Cáceres
LB3 Jesús García Sanjuán
CM5 Óscar Luis 68'
CM8 Santiago Aragón
RW10 Francisco Higuera 63'
LW7 Gustavo López 30'  61'
AM11 Dani García
CF9 Fernando Morientes 80'
Substitutes:
GK13 José Belman 63'
DF12 Luis Carlos Cuartero 80'
DF14 Paqui
MF15 José Aurelio Gay 61'
MF16 Sergio Berti
Manager:
Víctor Fernández


Fourth official:
Hugh Dallas (Scotland)

Match rules

See also

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