1994 DFB-Supercup

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1994 DFB-Supercup
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Date7 August 1994 (1994-08-07)
Venue Olympiastadion, Munich
Referee Bernd Heynemann (Magdeburg)
Attendance22,000
1993
1995

The 1994 DFB-Supercup, known as the Panasonic DFB-Supercup for sponsorship purposes, was the eighth DFB-Supercup, an annual football match contested by the winners of the previous season's Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal competitions.

Contents

The match was played at the Olympiastadion, Munich, and contested by league champions Bayern Munich and cup winners Werder Bremen. [1]

Teams

TeamQualificationPrevious appearances (bold indicates winners)
Bayern Munich 1993–94 Bundesliga champions3 ( 1987 , 1989, 1990 )
Werder Bremen TH 1993–94 DFB-Pokal winners3 ( 1988 , 1991 Final, 1993 )

Match

Details

Bayern Munich 1–3 (a.e.t.) Werder Bremen
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Olympiastadion, Munich
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: Bernd Heynemann (Magdeburg)
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Bayern Munich
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Werder Bremen
GK1 Flag of Germany.svg Oliver Kahn
SW10 Flag of Germany.svg Lothar Matthäus (c)
CB4 Flag of Germany.svg Oliver Kreuzer Red card.svg 21'
CB5 Flag of Germany.svg Thomas Helmer
RWB3 Flag of Germany.svg Michael Sternkopf
LWB2 Flag of Germany.svg Dieter Frey
DM8 Flag of Germany.svg Markus Schupp
CM11 Flag of Germany.svg Mehmet Scholl
CM6 Flag of Germany.svg Christian Nerlinger
CF9 Flag of France.svg Jean-Pierre Papin Sub off.svg 60'
CF7 Flag of Switzerland.svg Alain Sutter Sub off.svg 38'
Substitutes:
MF14 Flag of Germany.svg Dietmar Hamann Sub on.svg 60'
FW15 Flag of Colombia.svg Adolfo Valencia Sub on.svg 38'
Manager:
Flag of Italy.svg Giovanni Trapattoni
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GK1 Flag of Germany.svg Oliver Reck
SW4 Flag of Egypt.svg Hany Ramzy
CB3 Flag of Germany.svg Dietmar Beiersdorfer
CB2 Flag of Germany.svg Michael Schulz
CM5 Flag of Germany.svg Miroslav Votava
CM6 Flag of Germany.svg Ulrich Borowka Sub off.svg 67'
CM7 Flag of Germany.svg Dieter Eilts
RW11 Flag of Germany.svg Mario Basler
AM10 Flag of Austria.svg Andi Herzog
LW8 Flag of Germany.svg Marco Bode
CF9 Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Beschastnykh Sub off.svg 46'
Substitutes:
DF13 Flag of Germany.svg Thomas Wolter Sub on.svg 67'
FW14 Flag of New Zealand.svg Wynton Rufer Sub on.svg 46'
Manager:
Flag of Germany.svg Otto Rehhagel

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