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22 May 2010

Finals at Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid

Through history, Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid has hosted two final matches of  UEFA Champions' Cup and UEFA Champions League. This year's final is the third time the venue holds. FC Internazionale Milan are capturing their cousin's achievement, AC Milan, to be the winners at the same venue as I Rossoneri did in 1969. Whereas FC Bayern Munich are making a redemption due to their losing compatriots, Hamburg SV. It is definitely a heavy weight weekend's prime time!!!

1969 AC Milan v Ajax Amsterdam 4-1 (Prati [7] [40] [75], Sormani [67]; Vasovic [60])
Referee: Jose Ortiz de Mendibil (ESP)
Date: 28 May 1969
AC Milan, the 1969 European Champions
AC Milan: Fabio Cudicini, Angelo Anquilletti, Karl-Heinz Schnellinger, Roberto Rosato, Saul Malatrasi, Giovanni Trapattoni, Kurt Hamrin, Giovanni Lodetti, Angelo Sormani, Gianni Rivera, Pierino Pratti (Coach Nereo Rocco).
Ajax Amsterdam: Gerrit Bals, Wim Suurbier/Bernardus Muller, Barry Hulshoff, Velibor Vasovic, Theo van Duivenbode, Henk Groot/Klaas Nuninga, Anton Pronk, Sjaak Swart, Inge Danielsson, Johan Cruijff, Piet Keizer (Coach Rinus Michels)

1980 Nottingham Forest v Hamburg SV 1-0 (Robertson [24])
Referee: Antonio Garrido (POR)
Date: 28 May 1980
Nottingham Forest, the 1980 European Champions
Nottingham Forest: Peter Shilton, Viv Anderson, Frank Gray/Bryn Gunn, Larry Lloyd, Kenny Burns, Martin O'Neill, John McGovern, Ian Bowyer, John Robertson, Garry Birtles, Gary Mills/John O'Hare (Coach Brian Clough)
Hamburg SV: Rudolf Kargus, Manfred Kaltz, Peter Nogly, Ivan Buljan, Ditmar Jakobs, Holger Hieronymus/Horst Hrubesch, Felix Magath, Caspar Memering, Kevin Keegan, Willi Reimann, Juergen Milewski (Coach Branko Zebec)

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