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Fairs' Cup



Originally set up as a competition for cities where international fairs were held and unrelated to final placings in national competitions (two traditional Dutch participants were D.O.S. of Utrecht and D.W.S. of Amsterdam, both rather insignificant in the league). The first few cups also saw the entry of several "city" teams, usually consisting of players of the better clubs of that city (Copenhagen for instance), some actually club teams. In the last three years known as "Runners Up Cup", with the participating teams already related to placings in domestic leagues. In 1971 replaced by the UEFA Cup.



Palmares



1955/58 Barcelona

1958/60 Barcelona

1960/61 Roma

1961/62 Valencia

1962/63 Valencia

1963/64 Real Zaragoza

1964/65 Ferencváros

1965/66 Barcelona

1966/67 Dinamo Zagreb

1967/68 Leeds United

1968/69 Newcastle United

1969/70 Arsenal

1970/71 Leeds United



Clubwise list of winners



Barcelona 3



Leeds United 2

Valencia 2



Arsenal 1

Dinamo Zagreb 1

Ferencváros 1

Newcastle United 1

Real Zaragoza 1

Roma 1



Countrywise list of winners



Spain 6



England 4



Hungary 1

Italy 1

Yugoslavia 1

Spain 6



Finals



55/58 London 2-2 Barcelona

Barcelona 6-0 London

58/60 Barcelona 1-1 Birmingham City

Birmingham City 1-4 Barcelona

60/61 Roma 2-0 Birmingham

Birmingham 2-2 Roma

61/62 Valencia 6-2 Barcelona

Barcelona 1-1 Valencia

62/63 Valencia 2-0 Dinamo Zagreb

Dinamo Zagreb 1-2 Valencia

63/64 Real Zaragoza 2-1 Valencia

64/65 Ferencváros 1-0 Juventus

65/66 Barcelona 0-1 Real Zaragoza

Real Zaragoza 2-4 Barcelona [aet]

66/67 Dinamo Zagreb 2-0 Leeds United

Leeds United 0-0 Dinamo Zagreb

67/68 Leeds United 1-0 Ferencvaros

Ferencvaros 0-0 Leeds United

68/69 Newcastle United 3-0 Újpesti Dózsa

Újpesti Dózsa 2-3 Newcastle United

69/70 Anderlecht 3-1 Arsenal

Arsenal 3-0 Anderlecht

70/71 Juventus 2-2 Leeds United

Leeds United 1-1 Juventus



win fin

Spain 6 9

England 4 8

Hungary 1 3

Italy 1 3

Yugoslavia 1 2

Belgium 1

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UEFA Cup

Introduced as successor of the Fairs Cup in 1971, basically entered by teams finishing on the places just below the champions (and possibly cup winners), though for some countries also the winners of so-called League Cups have been allowed to enter. Allocation of number of places per country based on performances of teams from the country over five previous seasons; every country is guaranteed one entry, the best three countries can enter up to four teams.

It was traditionally contested by 64 teams, but partially due to the appearance of new countries on the map of Europe, UEFA increased the number of entrants, adding additional qualifying rounds. For more detailed information, check out Martin Protzen's FAQ.

Starting with the 2004/05 season, a group phase was included in the tournament.

Palmares

1971/72 Tottenham Hotspur
1972/73 Liverpool
1973/74 Feyenoord
1974/75 Borussia Mönchengladbach
1975/76 Liverpool
1976/77 Juventus
1977/78 PSV
1978/79 Borussia Mönchengladbach
1979/80 Eintracht Frankfurt
1980/81 Ipswich Town
1981/82 IFK Göteborg
1982/83 Anderlecht
1983/84 Tottenham Hotspur
1984/85 Real Madrid
1985/86 Real Madrid
1986/87 IFK Göteborg
1987/88 Bayer Leverkusen
1988/89 Napoli
1989/90 Juventus
1990/91 Internazionale
1991/92 Ajax
1992/93 Juventus
1993/94 Internazionale
1994/95 Parma
1995/96 Bayern München
1996/97 Schalke 04
1997/98 Internazionale
1998/99 Parma
1999/00 Galatasaray
2000/01 Liverpool
2001/02 Feyenoord
2002/03 Porto
2003/04 Valencia
2004/05 CSKA Moskva
2005/06 Sevilla
2006/07 Sevilla
2007/08 Zenit Sankt-Peterburg
2008/09 Shakhtar Donetsk

Clubwise list of winners

Internazionale 3
Juventus 3
Liverpool 3

Borussia Mönchengladbach 2
Feyenoord 2
IFK Göteborg 2
Parma 2
Real Madrid 2
Sevilla 2
Tottenham Hotspur 2

Ajax 1
Anderlecht 1
Bayer Leverkusen 1
Bayern München 1
CSKA Moskva 1
Eintracht Frankfurt 1
Galatasaray 1
Ipswich Town 1
Napoli 1
Porto 1
PSV 1
Schalke 04 1
Shakhtar Donetsk 1
Valencia 1
Zenit Sankt-Peterburg 1

Countrywise list of winners

Italy 9

England 6
Germany 6

Spain 5

Netherlands 4

Russia 2
Sweden 2

Belgium 1
Portugal 1
Turkey 1
Ukraine 1

Finals

71/72 Wolverhampton Wand 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Wolverhampton Wanderers
72/73 Liverpool 3-0 Borussia Mönchengladbach
Borussia MG 2-0 Liverpool
73/74 Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 Feyenoord
Feyenoord 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur
74/75 Borussia MG 0-0 FC Twente
FC Twente 1-5 Borussia Mönchengladbach
75/76 Liverpool 3-2 FC Brugge
FC Brugge 1-1 Liverpool
76/77 Juventus 1-0 Athletic Bilbao
Athletic Bilbao 2-1 Juventus
77/78 Bastia 0-0 PSV
PSV 3-0 Bastia
78/79 Crvena zvezda 1-1 Borussia Mönchengladbach
Borussia MG 1-0 Crvena zvezda
79/80 Borussia MG 3-2 Eintracht Frankfurt
Eintracht Frankft 1-0 Borussia Mönchengladbach
80/81 Ipswich Town 3-0 AZ '67
AZ '67 4-2 Ipswich Town
81/82 IFK Göteborg 1-0 Hamburger SV
Hamburger SV 0-3 IFK Göteborg
82/83 Anderlecht 1-0 Benfica
Benfica 1-1 Anderlecht
83/84 Anderlecht 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Anderlecht [aet, 4-3 pen]
84/85 Videoton 0-3 Real Madrid
Real Madrid 0-1 Videoton
85/86 Real Madrid 5-1 1.FC Köln
1.FC Köln 2-0 Real Madrid
86/87 IFK Göteborg 1-0 Dundee United
Dundee United 1-1 IFK Göteborg
87/88 Espańol 3-0 Bayer Leverkusen
Bayer Leverkusen 3-0 Espańol [aet, 3-2 pen]
88/89 Napoli 2-1 VfB Stuttgart
VfB Stuttgart 3-3 Napoli
89/90 Juventus 3-1 Fiorentina
Fiorentina 0-0 Juventus
90/91 Internazionale 2-0 Roma
Roma 1-0 Internazionale
91/92 Torino 2-2 Ajax
Ajax 0-0 Torino
92/93 Borussia Dortmund 1-3 Juventus
Juventus 3-0 Borussia Dortmund
93/94 Austria Salzburg 0-1 Internazionale
Internazionale 1-0 Austria Salzburg
94/95 Parma 1-0 Juventus
Juventus 1-1 Parma
95/96 Bayern München 2-0 Girondins Bordeaux
Girondins Bordeaux 1-3 Bayern München
96/97 Schalke '04 1-0 Internazionale
Internazionale 1-0 Schalke '04 [aet, 1-4 pen]
97/98 Internazionale 3-0 Lazio
98/99 Parma 3-0 Olympique Marseille
99/00 Galatasaray 0-0 Arsenal [aet, 4-1 pen]
00/01 Liverpool 5-4 Alavés [asdet]
01/02 Feyenoord 3-2 Borussia Dortmund
02/03 Porto 3-2 Celtic [aet]
03/04 Valencia 2-0 Olympique Marseille
04/05 CSKA Moskva 3-1 Sporting CP
05/06 Sevilla 4-0 Middlesbrough
06/07 Sevilla 2-2 Espanyol [aet, 3-1 pen]
07/08 Zenit 2-0 Rangers
08/09 Shakhtar Donetsk 2-1 Werder Bremen [aet]

win fin
Italy 9 15
Germany 6 14
England 6 10
Spain 5 9
Netherlands 4 6
Russia 2 2
Sweden 2 2
Belgium 1 3
Portugal 1 3
Turkey 1 1
Ukraine 1 1
France 4
Scotland 3
Austria 1
Hungary 1
Yugoslavia 1
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Site of the Final (since 1997/1998)

1997/98 - Parc de Prince - Paris

1998/99 - Luzkinski Stadium - Moscow

1999/2000 - Parken Stadium - Copenhagen

2000/01 - Westphalen Stadion - Dortmund

2001/02 - DeKuip - Rotterdam

2002/03 - Estadi Olympic - Seville

2003/04 - Ullevi Stadium - Gothenburg

2004/05 - Jose Alvarde Stadium - Lisbon

2005/06 - Phillips Stadium - Eindhoven

2006/07 - Hampden Park - Glasgow

2007/08 - City of Manchester Stadium - Manchester

2008/09 - Fenerbache Stadium - Istanbul

2009/10 - Volkspark Stadion - Hamburg

2010/11 - Landsdown Park - Dublin

2011/12 - Stadion Nacional - Bucharest

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