1980 FA Charity Shield

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1980 FA Charity Shield
Date9 August 1980 (1980-08-09)
Venue Wembley Stadium, London
Referee John Hunting (Leicester)
Attendance90,000
1979
1981

The 1980 FA Charity Shield was the 58th FA Charity Shield, an annual football match played between the winners of the previous season's Football League and FA Cup competitions. The match took place on 9 August 1980 at Wembley Stadium and was played between 1979–80 Football League champions Liverpool and FA Cup winners West Ham United. It ended in a 1–0 victory for Liverpool, the only goal coming from Terry McDermott in the 17th minute from close range after the West Ham goalkeeper Phil Parkes spilled a shot from Alan Kennedy from the left of the penalty area. [1]

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Match summary

Football League champions Liverpool won the game 1–0 with a single goal in the 17th minute from Terry McDermott. It was Liverpool's fifth success in the competition [2]

Match details

Liverpool 1–0 West Ham United
McDermott Soccerball shade.svg 17'
Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 90,000
Liverpool:
GK1 Flag of England.svg Ray Clemence
DF2 Flag of England.svg Phil Neal
DF3 Flag of England.svg Alan Kennedy
DF4 Flag of England.svg Phil Thompson (c)
MF5 Flag of England.svg Ray Kennedy
DF6 Flag of Scotland.svg Alan Hansen
FW7 Flag of Scotland.svg Kenny Dalglish
MF8 Flag of England.svg Jimmy Case
FW9 Flag of England.svg David Johnson
MF10 Flag of England.svg Terry McDermott
MF11 Flag of Scotland.svg Graeme Souness
Substitutes:
MF12 Flag of England.svg Colin Irwin
MF13 Flag of England.svg Sammy Lee
DF14 Flag of Israel.svg Avi Cohen
FW15 Flag of England.svg David Fairclough
GK16 Flag of England.svg Steve Ogrizovic
Manager:
Flag of England.svg Bob Paisley
West Ham United
GK1 Flag of England.svg Phil Parkes
DF2 Flag of Scotland.svg Ray Stewart
DF3 Flag of England.svg Paul Brush
DF4 Flag of England.svg Billy Bonds (c)
DF5 Flag of England.svg Alvin Martin
MF6 Flag of England.svg Alan Devonshire
MF7 Flag of England.svg Paul Allen
MF8 Flag of England.svg Pat Holland
FW9 Flag of England.svg David Cross
MF10 Flag of England.svg Trevor Brooking
FW11 Flag of England.svg Geoff Pike Sub off.svg
Substitutes:
DF12 Flag of England.svg Frank Lampard
GK13 Flag of Scotland.svg Bobby Ferguson
MF14 Flag of England.svg Jimmy Neighbour
FW15 Flag of England.svg Nicky Morgan Sub on.svg
Manager:
Flag of England.svg John Lyall

Match rules

  • 90 minutes, no extra time
  • Five named substitutes
  • Maximum of three substitutions

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References

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