Anglo-Italian Cup - Final
Thursday, May 28, 1970

SSC Napoli Swindon Town

HT: 0-1 P.Noble (24', 58'), A.Horsfield (63')
Attendance:  55,000   Referee:  P. Schiller (Austria)



 
Photos from the Estadio San Paolo, as the Town carry off the Anglo-Italian Cup.



 
Silent footage of the trophy being awarded to the Town, and the hooliganism in the stands that caused the Anglo-Italian Cup final to be abandoned.




Lineups
1
Marcello TREVISAN
                 
Roy JONES
1
2
FLORIS
                 
  Rod THOMAS
2
3
Luciano MONTICOLO
                 
John TROLLOPE
3
4
Mario ZURLINI
                 
Joe BUTLER
4
5
Dino PANZANATO
                 
Frank BURROWS
5
6
Ottavio BIANCHI  
                 
Stan HARLAND
6

7
Kurt HAMRIN  
                 
John SMITH
7

8
Vincenzo MONTEFUSCO  
                 
Roger SMART
8
9
Josť ALTAFINI  
               
Arthur HORSFIELD
9
10
Giovanni IMPROTA
               
Peter NOBLE
10
11
Paolo BARISON  
                 
Don ROGERS
11
Substitutes
12
Sub not used
                 
Sub not used













The referee, Mr Paul Schiller of Austria, leads the teams onto the pitch.
The referee leads the teams out

The teams line up before the match.
The teams line up before the match

The two captains shake hands during the pre-match formalities.
The two captains shake hands

Peter Noble's header puts the Town in front.
Noble puts Swindon ahead

Peter Noble's strike nestles in the Napoli net.
Noble's strike nestles in the net

Arthur Horsfield adds to the Town's lead, making it 3-0.
Horsfield bags the third

The Napoli fans hurl concrete onto the pitch, which leads to the match being abandoned.
Napoli fans start to riot

The Swindon squad pose with the trophy.
The team with the trophy

Fred Ford attempts to diffuse the situation, by showing the cup to the fans.
Ford shows the cup to the fans

The programme for the Final - the first time a programme was produced for a match played in Italy.
Programme