1990 DFB-Supercup

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1990 DFB-Supercup
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Match programme cover
Date31 July 1990 (1990-07-31)
Venue Wildparkstadion, Karlsruhe
Referee Hans-Jürgen Weber (Essen)
Attendance27,000
1989
1991 (Final)

The 1990 DFB-Supercup was the fourth DFB-Supercup, an annual football match contested by the winners of the previous season's Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal competitions.

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The match was played at the Wildparkstadion, Karlsruhe, and contested by league champions Bayern Munich and cup winners 1. FC Kaiserslautern. [1]

Teams

TeamQualificationPrevious appearances (bold indicates winners)
Bayern Munich 1989–90 Bundesliga champions2 ( 1987 , 1989)
1. FC Kaiserslautern 1989–90 DFB-Pokal winnersNone

Match

Details

Bayern Munich 4–1 1. FC Kaiserslautern
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Wildparkstadion, Karlsruhe
Attendance: 27,000
Referee: Hans-Jürgen Weber (Essen)
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Bayern Munich
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1. FC Kaiserslautern
GK1 Flag of Germany.svg Raimond Aumann
SW5 Flag of Germany.svg Klaus Augenthaler (c)
CB4 Flag of Germany.svg Roland Grahammer
CB6 Flag of Germany.svg Jürgen Kohler
CB3 Flag of Germany.svg Hans Pflügler
RM7 Flag of Germany.svg Stefan Reuter
CM2 Flag of Germany.svg Thomas Strunz
CM8 Flag of Germany.svg Manfred Bender Sub off.svg 68'
LM10 Flag of Germany.svg Stefan Effenberg
CF11 Flag of Denmark.svg Brian Laudrup
CF9 Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Radmilo Mihajlović Sub off.svg 74'
Substitutes:
MF13 Flag of Germany.svg Michael Sternkopf Sub on.svg 68'
FW14 Flag of Germany.svg Roland Wohlfarth Sub on.svg 74'
Manager:
Flag of Germany.svg Jupp Heynckes
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GK1 Flag of Germany.svg Gerald Ehrmann
SW2 Flag of Germany.svg Reinhard Stumpf Sub off.svg 30'
CB3 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Miroslav Kadlec
CB4 Flag of Germany.svg Roger Lutz
RWB5 Flag of Germany.svg Uwe Scherr Sub off.svg 56'
LWB7 Flag of Germany.svg Markus Kranz
CM6 Flag of the United States.svg Thomas Dooley
CM10 Flag of Germany.svg Rainer Ernst
CM8 Flag of Germany.svg Markus Schupp
CF11 Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Demir Hotić
CF9 Flag of Germany.svg Stefan Kuntz
Substitutes:
DF13 Flag of Germany.svg Axel Roos Sub on.svg 30'
MF14 Flag of Germany.svg Guido Hoffmann Sub on.svg 56'
Manager:
Flag of Germany.svg Karl-Heinz Feldkamp

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