1960–61 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup

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The third Inter-Cities Fairs Cup was the first to be played over a single season, namely the 1960–61 season. Birmingham City once again reached the final, but lost again over two legs, this time to Roma. Once again, a number of countries sent a representative team for one of their main cities.

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Internazionale Italy 14–3 West Germany Hannover 8–2 6–1
Leipzig XI East Germany 6–61 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Belgrade XI 5–2 1–4
KB Denmark 11–4 Switzerland Basel XI 8–1 3–3
Birmingham City England 5–3 Hungary Újpesti Dózsa 3–2 2–1
Zagreb XI Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 4–5 Spain Barcelona 1–1 3–4
Hibernian Scotland (w/o) Switzerland Lausanne Sports
Lyon France 3–4 Germany Cologne XI 1–3 2–1
Union Saint-Gilloise Belgium 1–4 Italy Roma 0–0 1–4

1 Belgrade XI progressed to the Quarter finals after beating Leipzig XI 2–0 on a play-off match.

First leg[edit]

13 September 1960
Internazionale Italy 8–2 West Germany Hannover
Bicicli Goal 21'
Zaglio Goal 55'
Lindskog Goal 63' (pen.) Goal 73'
Corso Goal 70' Goal 76'
Firmani Goal 79'
Angelillo Goal 90'
Heiser Goal 49'
Fischer Goal 61'

11 September 1960
Leipzig XI East Germany 5–2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Beograd XI
Heydenreich Goal 29'38'
Frenzel Goal 34'
Krause Goal 76'
Trolitzsch Goal 87'
Kovacevic Goal 33'
Mihajlovic Goal 73'

19 October 1960
KB Denmark 8–1 Switzerland Basel XI
Petersen Goal 18'44'60'
Clausen Goal 62'
J. Sørensen Goal 72'76'86'
O. Sørensen Goal 80'
Hügi II Goal 34'

16 October 1960
Birmingham City England 3–2 Hungary Újpesti Dózsa
Gordon Goal 29'83'
Astall Goal 62'
Göröcs Goal 15'49'

12 October 1960
Zagreb XI Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1–1 Spain Barcelona
Gensana Goal 61' (o.g.) Villaverde Goal 25'

12 October 1960
Lyon France 1–3 Germany Cologne XI
Roubaud Goal 4' (pen.) Müller Goal 55'
Rühl Goal 70'
Schwier Goal 76'

Second leg[edit]

5 October 1960
Hannover West Germany 1–6 Italy Internazionale
Heiser Goal 4' Angelillo Goal 25'
Corso Goal 40'
Lindskog Goal 55'
Bicchierai Goal 75'
Wieczorek Goal 77' (o.g.)
Firmani Goal 85'

Internazionale won 14–3 on aggregate.


19 October 1960
Beograd XI Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 4–1 East Germany Leipzig XI
Tasić Goal 12'
Mihajlović Goal 60'90'
Prljincević Goal 73' (pen.)
Stiller Goal 24'

Leipzig XI drew 6–6 with OFK Beograd on aggregate.


9 November 1960
Beograd XI Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–0 East Germany Leipzig XI
Skoblar Goal 10'
Kostić Goal 49'
Play-off

Beograd XI won the play-off 2–0.


KB won 11–4 on aggregate.


Birmingham City won 5–3 on aggregate.


1 November 1960
Roma Italy 4–1 Belgium Union Saint-Gilloise
Giuliano Goal 6'
Menichelli Goal 21'
Manfredini Goal 39'
Lojacono Goal 76'
Dirickx Goal 81' (pen.)

Roma won 4–1 on aggregate.

Quarter finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Internazionale Italy 5–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Beograd XI 5–0 0–1
KB Denmark 4–9 England Birmingham City 4–4 0–5
Barcelona Spain 6–7 Scotland Hibernian 4–4 2–3
Cologne XI West Germany 2–21 Italy Roma 0–2 2–0

1 Roma progressed to the Semifinals after beating Cologne XI 4–1 on a play-off match.

First leg[edit]

1 March 1961
Internazionale Italy 5–0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Beograd XI
Morbello Goal 8'
Bicicli Goal 51' Goal 80'
Firmani Goal 74' Goal 87'

23 November 1960
KB Denmark 4–4 England Birmingham City
Ravn Goal 34'
Clausen Goal 65'79'
Torstensen Goal 84'
Gordon Goal 36'57'
Singer Goal 49'61'

27 December 1960
Barcelona Spain 4–4 Scotland Hibernian
Kocsis Goal 36'53'83'
Evaristo Goal 89'
Baker Goal 7'74'
MacLeod Goal 18'
Preston Goal 72'

18 January 1961
Cologne XI West Germany 0–2 Italy Roma
Manfredini Goal 51'
Stollenwerk Goal 70' (o.g.)

Second leg[edit]

Internazionale won 5–1 on aggregate.


7 December 1960
Birmingham City F.C. England 5–0 Denmark KB
Stubbs Goal 4'67'
Harris Goal 48'
Hellawell Goal 50'
Bloomfield Goal 53'

Birmingham City won 9–4 on aggregate.


22 February 1961
Hibernian Scotland 3–2 Spain Barcelona
Baker Goal 10'
Preston Goal 74'
Kinloch Goal 85' (pen.)
Martinez Goal 29'
Kocsis Goal 44'

Hibernian won 7–6 on aggregate.


8 February 1961
Roma Italy 0–2 West Germany Cologne XI
Kremer Goal 58'
Schnellinger Goal 82'

Roma 2–2 Cologne XI on aggregate.

1 March 1961
Roma Italy 4–1 West Germany Cologne XI
Manfredini Goal 42' Goal 70'
Lojacono Goal 60'
Pestrin Goal 71'
Müller Goal 84'

Roma won 4–1 in play-off.

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Internazionale Italy 2–4 England Birmingham City 1–2 1–2
Hibernian Scotland 5–51 Italy Roma 2–2 3–3

1 Roma progressed to the Final after beating Hibernian 6–0 on a play-off match.

First leg[edit]

19 April 1961
Internazionale Italy 1–2 England Birmingham City
Firmani Goal 67' Harris Goal 12'
Balleri Goal 41' (o.g.)

19 April 1961
Hibernian Scotland 2–2 Italy Roma
Baker Goal 47'
MacLeod Goal 82'
Lojacono Goal 14' Goal 63'

Second leg[edit]

3 May 1961
Birmingham City England 2–1 Italy Internazionale
Harris Goal 4' Goal 62' Masiero Goal 66'

Birmingham City won 4–2 on aggregate.


26 April 1961
Roma Italy 3–3 Scotland Hibernian
Manfredini Goal 23'67'
Lojacono Goal 72'
Kinloch Goal 31'64'
Baker Goal 81'

Roma 5–5 Hibernian on aggregate.

27 May 1961
Roma Italy 6–0 Scotland Hibernian
Manfredini Goal 1'9'35'57'
Menichelli Goal 69'
Selmosson Goal 72'

Roma won 6–0 in play-off.

Final[edit]

First leg[edit]

27 September 1961
Birmingham City England 2–2 Italy Roma
Hellawell Goal 78'
Orritt Goal 85'
Manfredini Goal 30' Goal 56'
St Andrew's, Birmingham
Attendance: 21,005
Referee: Bob Davidson (Scotland)

Second leg[edit]

11 October 1961
Roma Italy 2–0 England Birmingham City
Farmer Goal 56' (o.g.)
Pestrin Goal 90'
Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Pierre Schwinte (France)

Roma won 4–2 on aggregate.

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