1985 Football League Cup Final - Match Details

Match Details

24 March 1985
Norwich City 1–0 Sunderland Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 100,000
Referee: Neil Midgley (Manchester)
Chisholm O.G.
Norwich City Sunderland
GK 1 Chris Woods
RB 2 Paul Haylock
LB 3 Dennis van Wijk
CB 4 Steve Bruce
CM 5 Peter Mendham
CB 6 Dave Watson
LW 7 Mark Barham
FW 8 Mick Channon
FW 9 John Deehan
CM 10 Asa Hartford
RW 11 Louie Donowa
Substitute:
DF 12 John Devine
Manager:
Ken Brown
GK 1 Chris Turner
RB 2 Barry Venison
LB 3 Nick Pickering
DF 4 Gary Bennett
DF 5 Gordon Chisholm
DF 6 David Corner
MF 7 Peter Daniel
FW 8 Ian Wallace
FW 9 David Hodgson
MF 10 Steve Berry
LW 11 Clive Walker
Substitute:
RW 12 Howard Gayle
Manager:
Len Ashurst

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Replay if scores still level.
  • One named substitute.
  • Maximum of one substitution.

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