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1983 Football League Cup Final

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Champion  Liverpool F.C.
Attendance  99,304
Date  26 March 1983
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Venue  Wembley Stadium, London
Referee  George Courtney (Durham County Football Association)
Event  1982–83 Football League Cup
Similar  2003 Football League C, 1991 Football League C, 1994 Football League C, 1992 Football League C, 1982 Football League C

The 1983 Football League Cup Final was a football match held on 26 March 1983 between League Cup holders Liverpool and Manchester United, who won the FA Cup later that year. Liverpool won the match 2–1; Norman Whiteside scored the opener for Manchester United, before Alan Kennedy equalised with 15 minutes to go. The winner was scored in the eighth minute of extra-time by Ronnie Whelan.

Had Manchester United won the League Cup as well as the FA Cup that year, they would have become the first team ever to have won the two competitions in the same season. Instead, Liverpool won their third successive League Cup, and the second of three successive League and League Cup Doubles.

The match was played at Wembley Stadium in front of approximately 100,000 spectators.

Liverpool manager Bob Paisley collected the trophy, as it was his last major final in charge of Liverpool.

References

1983 Football League Cup Final Wikipedia


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