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2002 Supercoppa Italiana

 

2002 Supercoppa Italiana

2002 Supercoppa Italiana
Date 25 August 2002
Venue June 11 Stadium, Tripoli, Libya
Referee Stefano Farina

The 2002 Supercoppa Italiana was a match contested by Juventus, the 2001–02 Serie A winner, and Parma, the 2001–02 Coppa Italia winner. It was the fifth appearance for Juventus (2 victories in 1995 and 1997) and the fourth for Parma (victory in 1999). The teams had already faced each other in the 1995 Supercoppa. The match was played in Tripoli, Libya.

Match details

2002-08-25
21:00 CET
Juventus 2 – 1 Parma
Del Piero Goal 38'73' (Report) Di Vaio Goal 64'
June 11 Stadium, Tripoli
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Stefano Farina
Juventus
Parma
JUVENTUS:
GK 1 Gianluigi Buffon
DF 21 Lilian Thuram
DF 13 Mark Iuliano Booked
DF 4 Paolo Montero
DF 24 Emiliano Moretti Substituted off 69'
MF 16 Mauro Camoranesi Booked Substituted off 46'
MF 3 Alessio Tacchinardi
MF 20 Davide Baiocco
MF 11 Pavel Nedvěd
FW 9 Marcelo Salas Substituted off 72'
FW 10 Alessandro Del Piero
Substitutes:
GK 12 Antonio Chimenti
DF 15 Alessandro Birindelli Substituted in 69'
DF 2 Ciro Ferrara
DF 6 Salvatore Fresi
MF 14 Cristiano Zenoni
FW 27 Matteo Brighi Substituted in 46'
FW 25 Marcelo Zalayeta Substituted in 72'
Manager:
Marcello Lippi
PARMA:
GK 1 Sébastien Frey
DF 2 Aimo Diana Booked
DF 21 Matteo Ferrari
DF 5 Daniele Bonera Booked
DF 3 Gianluca Falsini
MF 7 Marco Marchionni
MF 8 Sabri Lamouchi
MF 29 Massimo Donati Substituted off 62'
MF 10 Hidetoshi Nakata
FW 20 Marco Di Vaio
FW 9 Adriano Substituted off 46'
Substitutes:
GK 22 Claudio Taffarel
DF 28 Paolo Cannavaro
DF 16 Júnior
DF 24 Sebastiano Siviglia
MF 6 Simone Barone Substituted in 62'
MF Matuzalém
FW 11 Emiliano Bonazzoli Substituted in 46'
Manager:
Cesare Prandelli

MATCH OFFICIALS

  • Assistant referees:
  • Fourth official:

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.

References

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