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European Champions' Cup

Traditionally the Cup contested by the champions of all UEFA countries (though there were a few exceptions in the first year or two, e.g. the Dutch representative in 55/56 was not champions Willem II but PSV). Since 1991/92 the traditional knock-out-format has been replaced a league structure during some stage of the competition, in order to guarantee the "big teams" more matches and the UEFA more (TV) money. In 1994/95 only the supposedly "best" 24 champions of the member countries were allowed to enter; the other champions were relegated to the UEFA Cup. In 1997/98 all champions were allowed to enter again, but invitations were also made to the runners-up of the 8 "best" countries, with 8 teams being seeded for the league stage and the others entering various qualifying rounds; in 1999/00, the "best" countries could enter up to 4 teams and the first group stage was extended to 32 teams and followed by a second group stage of 16 teams; in 2003/04 that second group stage has been abolished again. The losers of the last qualifying round enter the UEFA Cup since 1997/98, and the third-placed teams of the first group stage enter the later rounds of the UEFA Cup since 1999/00.

For an explanation about how UEFA's seeding system works, check out Martin Protzen's FAQ.

Palmares

1955/56 Real Madrid
1956/57 Real Madrid
1957/58 Real Madrid
1958/59 Real Madrid
1959/60 Real Madrid
1960/61 Benfica
1961/62 Benfica
1962/63 Milan
1963/64 Internazionale
1964/65 Internazionale
1965/66 Real Madrid
1966/67 Celtic
1967/68 Manchester United
1968/69 Milan
1969/70 Feyenoord
1970/71 Ajax
1971/72 Ajax
1972/73 Ajax
1973/74 Bayern München
1974/75 Bayern München
1975/76 Bayern München
1976/77 Liverpool
1977/78 Liverpool
1978/79 Nottingham Forest
1979/80 Nottingham Forest
1980/81 Liverpool
1981/82 Aston Villa
1982/83 Hamburger SV
1983/84 Liverpool
1984/85 Juventus
1985/86 Steaua Bucuresti
1986/87 Porto
1987/88 PSV
1988/89 Milan
1989/90 Milan
1990/91 Crvena zvezda
1991/92 Barcelona
1992/93 Olympique Marseille
1993/94 Milan
1994/95 Ajax
1995/96 Juventus
1996/97 Borussia Dortmund
1997/98 Real Madrid
1998/99 Manchester United
1999/00 Real Madrid
2000/01 Bayern München
2001/02 Real Madrid
2002/03 Milan
2003/04 Porto
2004/05 Liverpool
2005/06 Barcelona
2006/07 Milan
2007/08 Manchester United
2008/09 Barcelona

Clubwise list of winners

Real Madrid 9

Milan 7

Liverpool 5

Ajax 4
Bayern München 4

Barcelona 3
Manchester United 3

Benfica 2
Internazionale 2
Juventus 2
Nottingham Forest 2
Porto 2

Aston Villa 1
Borussia Dortmund 1
Celtic 1
Crvena zvezda 1
Feyenoord 1
Hamburger SV 1
Olympique Marseille 1
PSV 1
Steaua Bucuresti 1

Countrywise list of winners

Spain 12

England 11
Italy 11

Netherlands 6
(West) Germany 6

Portugal 4

France 1
Romania 1
Scotland 1
Yugoslavia 1

Finals

55/56 Real Madrid 4-3 Stade Reims
56/57 Real Madrid 2-0 Fiorentina
57/58 Real Madrid 3-2 Milan [aet]
58/59 Real Madrid 2-0 Stade Reims
59/60 Real Madrid 7-3 Eintracht Frankfurt
60/61 Benfica 3-2 Barcelona
61/62 Benfica 5-3 Real Madrid
62/63 Milan 2-1 Benfica
63/64 Internazionale 3-1 Real Madrid
64/65 Internazionale 1-0 Benfica
65/66 Real Madrid 2-1 Partizan Beograd
66/67 Celtic 2-1 Internazionale
67/68 Manchester United 4-1 Benfica [aet]
68/69 Milan 4-1 Ajax
69/70 Feyenoord 2-1 Celtic [aet]
70/71 Ajax 2-0 Panathinaikos
71/72 Ajax 2-0 Internazionale
72/73 Ajax 1-0 Juventus
73/74 Bayern München 1-1 Atlético Madrid [aet]
Bayern München 4-0 Atlético Madrid
74/75 Bayern München 2-0 Leeds United
75/76 Bayern München 1-0 Saint Etienne
76/77 Liverpool 3-1 Borussia Mönchengladbach
77/78 Liverpool 1-0 FC Brugge
78/79 Nottingham Forest 1-0 Malmö FF
79/80 Nottingham Forest 1-0 Hamburger SV
80/81 Liverpool 1-0 Real Madrid
81/82 Aston Villa 1-0 Bayern München
82/83 Hamburger SV 1-0 Juventus
83/84 Liverpool 1-1 Roma [aet, 4-2 pen]
84/85 Juventus 1-0 Liverpool
85/86 Steaua Bucuresti 0-0 Barcelona [aet, 2-0 pen]
86/87 Porto 2-1 Bayern München
87/88 PSV 0-0 Benfica [aet, 6-5 pen]
88/89 Milan 4-0 Steaua Bucuresti
89/90 Milan 1-0 Benfica
90/91 Crvena zvezda 0-0 Olympique Marseille [aet, 5-3 pen]
91/92 Barcelona 1-0 Sampdoria [aet]
92/93 Olympique Marseille 1-0 Milan
93/94 Milan 4-0 Barcelona
94/95 Ajax 1-0 Milan
95/96 Juventus 1-1 Ajax [aet, 4-2 pen]
96/97 Borussia Dortmund 3-1 Juventus
97/98 Real Madrid 1-0 Juventus
98/99 Manchester United 2-1 Bayern München
99/00 Real Madrid 3-0 Valencia
00/01 Bayern München 1-1 Valencia [asdet, 5-4 pen]
01/02 Real Madrid 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen
02/03 Milan 0-0 Juventus [aet, 3-2 pen]
03/04 Porto 3-0 Monaco
04/05 Liverpool 3-3 Milan [aet, 3-2 pen]
05/06 Barcelona 2-1 Arsenal
06/07 Milan 2-1 Liverpool
07/08 Manchester United 1-1 Chelsea [aet, 6-5 pen]
08/09 Barcelona 2-0 Manchester United

win fin
Spain 12 21
Italy 11 25
England 11 17
Germany 6 13
Netherlands 6 8
Portugal 4 9
France 1 6
Romania 1 2
Scotland 1 2
Yugoslavia 1 2
Belgium 1
Greece 1
Sweden 1
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Site of the Final
1955/56 - Parc des Princes, Paris
1956/57 - Bernabau, Madrid
1957/58 - Heysel Stadium, Brussels
1958/59 - Gottlieb-Daimler, Stuttgart
1959/60 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
1960/61 - Wankdorf Stadium, Berne
1961/62 - Olympic Stadium, Amsterdam
1962/63 - Wembley Stadium, London
1963/64 - Prater Stadium, Vienna
1964/65 - Stadio San Siro, Milan
1965/66 - Heysel Stadium, Brussels
1966/67 - Estadio Nacional, Lisbon
1967/68 - Wembley Stadium, London
1968/69 - Bernabeu Stadium, Madrid
1969/70 - Stadio San Siro, Milan
1970/71 - Wembley Stadium, London
1971/72 - DeKuip, Rotterdam
1972/73 - Red Star Stadium, Belgrade
1973/74 - Heysel Stadium, Brussels
1974/75 - Parc des Princes, Paris
1975/76 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
1976/77 - Stadio Olimpico, Rome
1977/78 - Wembley Stadium, London
1978/79 - OlympiaStadion, Munich
1979/80 - Bernabeu Stadium, Madrid
1980/81 - Parc des Princes, Paris
1981/82 - DeKuip, Rotterdam
1982/83 - Olympic Stadium, Athens
1983/84 - Stadio Olimpico, Rome
1984/85 - Heysel Stadium, Brusells
1985/86 - Sánchez Pizjuán, Seville
1986/87 - Prater Stadium, Vienna
1987/88 - Gottlieb Daimler Stadion, Stuttgart
1988/89 - Nou Camp, Barcelona
1989/90 - Prater Stadium, Vienna
1990/91 - Stadio San Nicola, Bari
1991/92 - Wembley Stadium, London
1992/93 - Olympiastadion, München
1993/94 - Olympic Stadium, Athens
1994/95 - Ernst Happel Stadium, Vienna
1995/96 - Stadio Olimpico, Rome
1996/97 - Olympiastadion, München
1997/98 - Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam
1998/99 - Nou Camp, Barcelona
1999/2000 - Stade de France, Paris/ Saint Denis
2000/01 - Stadio San Siro, Milan
2001/02 - Hampden Park, Glasgow
2002/03 - Old Trafford, Manchester
2003/04 - Arena Auf Schalke, Gelsenkirchen
2004/05 - Ataturk Olympic Stadium, Istanbul
2005/06 - Stade de France, Paris /Saint Germain
2006/07 - Olympic Stadium, Athens
2007/08 - Luzhinksi Stadium, Moskva
2008/09 - Stadio Olimpico, Rome
2009/10 - Bernabeu, Madrid
2010/11 - Wembley Stadium, London
2011/12 - Allianz Arena, München

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