1964–65 European Cup Winners' Cup

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The season 1964–65 of the European Cup Winners' Cup football club tournament was won by West Ham United in a final at Wembley Stadium against 1860 Munich. West Ham's Bobby Moore was captaining a side that also included Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters just one season before all three went on to star in England's World Cup winning side of 1966. As a result of their CWC success, Bobby Moore became the only captain to climb the Wembley steps to be presented with three different trophies in three successive seasons (English FA Cup and European Cup Winners' Cup with West Ham in 1964 and 1965 respectively, then the World Cup with England in 1966).

First round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg Playoff
PFC Slavia Sofia Bulgaria 3–1 Republic of Ireland Cork Celtic 1–1
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2–0
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Lausanne Sports Switzerland 2–1 Hungary Budapest Honvéd FC 2–0
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0–1
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K.A.A. Gent Belgium 1–2 England West Ham United 0–1
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1–1
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Spartak Praha Sokolovo Czechoslovakia 16–0 Cyprus Anorthosis Famagusta FC 10–0
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6–0
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Dundee F.C. Scotland Bye
Valletta Malta 1–8 Spain Real Zaragoza 0–3
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1–5
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Sporting Clube de Portugal Portugal Bye
Esbjerg fB Denmark 0–1 Wales Cardiff City 0–0
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0–1
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Skeid Fotball Norway 1–2 Finland Haka 1–0
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0–2
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Torino Italy 5–3 Netherlands Fortuna '54 3–1
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2–2
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Steaua Bucureşti Romania 5–0 Northern Ireland Derry City F.C. 3–0
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2–0
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AEK Athens FC Greece 2–3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb 2–0
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0–3
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ESV Admira-NÖ Energie Wien Austria 1–4 Poland Legia Warszawa 1–3
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0–1
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SC Aufbau Magdeburg East Germany 2–2 Turkey Galatasaray SK 1–1
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1–1
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1 – 1(c)
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FC Porto Portugal 4–0 France Olympique Lyonnais 3–0
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1–0
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US Luxembourg Luxembourg 0–10 West Germany 1860 Munich 0–4
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0–6
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First leg[edit]

23 September 1964
K.A.A. Gent Belgium 0–1 England West Ham United
Boyce Goal 52'
Jules Ottenstadion, Ghent
Attendance: 18 000

23 September 1964
19:00
Torino Italy 3–1 Netherlands Fortuna '54
Hitchens Goal 45'
Moschino Goal 50' (pen.)
Meroni Goal 63'
Kohn Goal 15'
Stadio Olimpico di Torino, Turin
Attendance: 11 091
Referee: J Heymann (Switzerland)

Second leg[edit]

7 October 1964
West Ham United England 1–1 Belgium K.A.A. Gent
Byrne Goal 43' Peters Goal 32' (og)
Boleyn Ground, Upton Park, London
Attendance: 24 000
Referee: Erling Rolf Olsen (Norway)

West Ham United won 2–1 on aggregate.


7 October 1964
Fortuna '54 Netherlands 2–2 Italy Torino
Van Rijn Goal 14'
Beeren Goal 83'
Hitchens Goal 5'
Brüll Goal 8' (o.g.)

Torino won 5–3 on aggregate.

Second round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg Playoff
PFC Slavia Sofia Bulgaria 2–2 Switzerland Lausanne Sports 1–0
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1–2
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2–3
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West Ham United England 3–2 Czechoslovakia Spartak Praha Sokolovo 2–0
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1–2
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Dundee F.C. Scotland 3–4 Spain Real Zaragoza 2–2
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1–2
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Sporting Clube de Portugal Portugal 1–2 Wales Cardiff City 1–2
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0–0
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Haka Finland 0–6 Italy Torino 0–1
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0–5
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Steaua Bucureşti Romania 1–5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb 1–3
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0–2
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Legia Warszawa Poland 2–2 Turkey Galatasaray SK 2–1
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0–1
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1–0
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FC Porto Portugal 1–2 West Germany 1860 Munich 0–1
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1–1
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First leg[edit]

25 November 1964
West Ham United England 2–0 Czechoslovakia Spartak Praha Sokolovo
Bond Goal 58'
Sealey Goal 82'

11 November 1964
Haka Finland 0–1 Italy Torino
Albrigi Goal 20'

Second leg[edit]

9 December 1964
Spartak Praha Sokolovo Czechoslovakia 2–1 England West Ham United
Mraz Goal 73'88' Sissons Goal 14'
Letná Stadium, Prague
Attendance: 45 000
Referee: Kostadin Dinov (Bulgaria)

West Ham United won 3–2 on aggregate.


6 December 1964
14:30
Torino Italy 5–0 Finland Haka
Simoni Goal 6'
Hitchens Goal 9'
Meroni Goal 33'59'
Puia Goal 61'

Torino won 6–0 on aggregate.

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Lausanne Sports Switzerland 4–6 England West Ham United 1–2
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3–4
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Real Zaragoza Spain 3–2 Wales Cardiff City 2–2
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1–0
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Torino Italy 3–2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb 1–1
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2–1
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Legia Warszawa Poland 0–4 West Germany 1860 Munich 0–4
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0–0
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First leg[edit]

16 March 1965
Lausanne Sport Switzerland 1–2 England West Ham United
Hosp Goal 80' Dear Goal 21'
Byrne Goal 53'
Stade Olympique de la Pontaise, Lausanne
Attendance: 20 000
Referee: Schiller, Austria

Second leg[edit]

23 March 1965
West Ham United England 4–3 Switzerland Lausanne Sport
Tacchella Goal 42' (og)
Dear Goal 43'89'
Peters Goal 59'
Kerkhoffs Goal 37'
Hertig Goal 48'
Eschmann Goal 80'
Boleyn Ground, Upton Park, London
Attendance: 31 780
Referee: P Roomer

West Ham United won 6–4 on aggregate.


17 March 1965
Dinamo Zagreb Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1–2 Italy Torino
Jerković Goal 81' Poletti Goal 1'
Hitchens Goal 44'

Torino won 3–2 on aggregate.

Semi-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg Playoff
West Ham United England 3–2 Spain Real Zaragoza 2–1 1–1
Torino Italy 3–3 West Germany 1860 Munich 2–0 1–3 0–2

First leg[edit]

7 April 1965
19:30
West Ham United England 2–1 Spain Real Zaragoza
Dear Goal 8'
Byrne Goal 23'
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Canário Goal 54'
Boleyn Ground, London
Attendance: 34,864
Referee: Robert Lacoste (France)

Second leg[edit]

28 April 1965
20:00
Real Zaragoza Spain 1–1 England West Ham United
Lapetra Goal 22' Report

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Sisssons Goal 54'
La Romareda, Zaragoza
Attendance: 29,400
Referee: Leo Horn (Netherlands)

West Ham United won 3–2 on aggregate.


27 April 1965
1860 Munich West Germany 3–1 Italy Torino
Luttrop Goal 12'52' (pen.)
Heiß Goal 25'
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Lancioni Goal 74'

1860 Munich 3–3 Torino on aggregate.

Play-off[edit]

1860 Munich won 2–0 in play-off.

Final[edit]

19 May 1965
19:30
England West Ham United 2–0 1860 Munich West Germany
Sealey Goal 70'72' Report

Report 2

Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 97,974
Referee: István Zsolt (Hungary)

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