1964 FA Charity Shield

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1964 FA Charity Shield
Event FA Charity Shield
Date15 August 1964
Venue Anfield, Liverpool
Referee Ken Stokes
Attendance38,858
1963
1965

The 1964 FA Charity Shield was the 42nd FA Charity Shield, an annual football match played between the winners of the previous season's First Division and FA Cup competitions. The match was played on 15 August 1964 at Anfield, Liverpool and contested by Liverpool, who had won the 1963–64 First Division, and West Ham United, who had won the 1964 FA Cup Final. The teams played out a 2–2 draw and shared the Charity Shield. [1]

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Match details

Liverpool 2–2 West Ham United
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Anfield, Liverpool
Attendance: 38,858
Referee: K. Stokes
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Liverpool
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West Ham United
GK1 Flag of Scotland.svg Tommy Lawrence
RB2 Flag of England.svg Gerry Byrne
LB3 Flag of England.svg Ronnie Moran
RH4 Flag of England.svg Gordon Milne
CH5 Flag of Scotland.svg Ron Yeats (c)
LH6 Flag of Scotland.svg Willie Stevenson
OR7 Flag of England.svg Ian Callaghan
IR8 Flag of England.svg Roger Hunt
CF9 Flag of England.svg Alf Arrowsmith Sub off.svg 15'
IL10 Flag of Scotland.svg Gordon Wallace
OL11 Flag of England.svg Peter Thompson
Substitute:
FW12 Flag of England.svg Phil Chisnall Sub on.svg 15'
Manager:
Flag of Scotland.svg Bill Shankly
GK1 Flag of England.svg Jim Standen
RB2 Flag of England.svg John Bond
LB3 Flag of England.svg Jack Burkett
RH4 Flag of England.svg Eddie Bovington
CH5 Flag of England.svg Ken Brown
LH6 Flag of England.svg Bobby Moore (c)
OR7 Flag of England.svg Peter Brabrook
IR8 Flag of England.svg Ronnie Boyce
CF9 Flag of England.svg Johnny Byrne
IL10 Flag of England.svg Geoff Hurst
OL11 Flag of England.svg John Sissons
Substitutes:
FW12 Flag of England.svg Martin Peters
Manager:
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Match rules

  • 90 minutes, no extra time
  • One named substitute
  • Maximum of one substitution

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References

  1. "England List of FA Charity/Community Shield Matches". RSSSF.com. Retrieved 15 February 2012.