1965–66 European Cup Winners' Cup

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The season 1965-66 of the European Cup Winners' Cup football club tournament was won by Borussia Dortmund in an extra-time final victory at Hampden Park against Liverpool. This edition of the European Cup Winners' Cup was the very first competition in history to apply the away goals rule.

First round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
West Ham United England Bye - -
AC Omonia Cyprus 1 - 2 Greece Olympiacos 0 - 1
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1 – 1
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1. FC Magdeburg East Germany 3 - 0 Luxembourg CA Spora Luxembourg 1 - 0
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2 - 0
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FC Sion Switzerland 6 - 3 Turkey Galatasaray SK 5 - 1
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1 – 2
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1. Wiener Neustädter SC Austria 0 - 3 Romania Știința Cluj 0 – 1
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0 – 2
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Atlético Madrid Spain 5 - 0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia NK Dinamo Zagreb 4 - 0
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1 - 0
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Floriana Malta 1 - 13 West Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 - 5
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0 – 8
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Limerick F.C. Republic of Ireland 1 - 4 Bulgaria CSKA Cherveno Zname 1 - 2
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0 – 2
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AGF Denmark 4 - 2 Portugal Vitória FC 2 - 1
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2 – 1
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Go Ahead Eagles Netherlands 0 - 7 Scotland Celtic F.C. 0 - 6
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0 - 1
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KR Iceland 2 - 6 Norway Rosenborg BK 1 - 3
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1 – 3
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Coleraine F.C. Northern Ireland 1 - 10 Soviet Union FC Dynamo Kyiv 1 - 6
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0 – 4
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Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia 2 - 0 France Stade Rennais UC 2 - 0
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0 – 0
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Reipas Lahti Finland 2 - 16 Hungary Budapest Honvéd FC 2 - 10
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0 – 6
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Juventus Italy 1 - 2 England Liverpool 1 - 0
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0 – 2
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Cardiff City Wales 1 - 3 Belgium Standard Liège 1 - 2
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0 – 1
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First leg[edit]

29 September 1965
Juventus Italy 1 – 0 England Liverpool
Leoncini Goal 81'

7 October 1965
Limerick Republic of Ireland 1 – 2 Bulgaria CSKA Cherveno Zname
O'Connor Goal 14' Tsanev Goal 11'
Kamenov Goal 22'

Second leg[edit]

13 October 1965
Liverpool England 2 – 0 Italy Juventus
Lawler Goal 20'
Strong Goal 25'

Liverpool won 2–1 on aggregate.


13 October 1965
CSKA Cherveno Zname Bulgaria 2 – 0 Republic of Ireland Limerick
Kolev Goal 53'
Kamenov Goal 71'
Bulgarian Army Stadium, Sofia
Attendance: 60,000

CSKA Cherveno Zname won 4–1 on aggregate.

Second round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
West Ham United England 6 - 2 Greece Olympiacos 4 - 0
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2 – 2
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1. FC Magdeburg East Germany 10 - 3 Switzerland FC Sion 8 - 1
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2 - 2
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Știința Cluj Romania 0 - 6 Spain Atlético Madrid 0 - 2
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0 – 4
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Borussia Dortmund West Germany 5 - 4 Bulgaria CSKA Cherveno Zname 3 - 0
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2 – 4
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AGF Denmark 0 - 3 Scotland Celtic F.C. 0 - 1
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0 – 2
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Rosenborg BK Norway 1 - 6 Soviet Union FC Dynamo Kyiv 1 - 4
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0 - 2
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Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia 4 - 4(a) Hungary Budapest Honvéd FC 2 - 3
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2 – 1
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Liverpool F.C. England 5 - 2 Belgium Standard Liège 3 - 1
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2 – 1
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First leg[edit]

24 November 1965
West Ham United England 4 – 0 Greece Olympiacos
Hurst Goal 24'43'
Byrne Goal 56'
Brabrook Goal 72'
Boleyn Ground, Upton Park, London
Attendance: 27 250
Referee: K Keller, Switzerland

10 November 1965
Borussia Dortmund Germany 3 – 0 Bulgaria CSKA Cherveno Zname
Sturm Goal 17'
Held Goal 35'
Schmidt Goal 54'

Second leg[edit]

1 December 1965
Olympiacos Greece 2 – 2 England West Ham United
Bovington Goal 56' (og)
Polychroniou Goal 80' (pen.)
Peters Goal 28'53'

West Ham United won 6–2 on aggregate.


24 November 1965
CSKA Cherveno Zname Bulgaria 4 – 2 Germany Borussia Dortmund
Romanov Goal 7'43'68'
Vasilev Goal 75' (pen.)
Held Goal 24'
Emmerich Goal 40'

Borussia Dortmund won 5–4 on aggregate.

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
West Ham United England 2 - 1 East Germany 1. FC Magdeburg 1 - 0
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1 – 1
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Atlético Madrid Spain 1 - 2 West Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 - 1
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0 - 1
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Celtic F.C. Scotland 4 - 1 Soviet Union FC Dynamo Kyiv 3 - 0
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1 – 1
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Budapest Honvéd FC Hungary 0 - 2 England Liverpool F.C. 0 - 0
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0 – 2
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First leg[edit]

2 March 1966
West Ham United England 1 – 0 East Germany 1. FC Magdeburg
Byrne Goal 46'
Boleyn Ground, Upton Park, London
Attendance: 30 620
Referee: J Tricot, France

Second leg[edit]

16 March 1966
1. FC Magdeburg East Germany 1 – 1 England West Ham United
Walter Goal 78' Sissons Goal 79'
Ernst Grube Stadium, Magdeburg
Attendance: 35 000
Referee: Lauraux, Belgium

West Ham United won 2–1 on aggregate.

Semi-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
West Ham United England 2 - 5 West Germany Borussia Dortmund 1 - 2 1 - 3
Celtic Scotland 1 - 2 England Liverpool 1 - 0 0 - 2

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Second leg[edit]

13 April 1966
Borussia Dortmund West Germany 3 – 1 England West Ham United
Emmerich Goal 1'28'
Cyliax Goal 85'
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Byrne Goal 43'
Stadion Rote Erde, Dortmund
Attendance: 35 000
Referee: Giulio Campanati (Italy)

Borussia Dortmund won 5–2 on aggregate.


19 April 1966
Liverpool England 2 – 0 Scotland Celtic
Smith Goal 61'
Strong Goal 67'
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Liverpool won 2–1 on aggregate.

Final[edit]

5 May 1966
19:30 BST
Borussia Dortmund West Germany 2 – 1
(a.e.t.)
England Liverpool
Held Goal 61'
Libuda Goal 107'
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Hunt Goal 68'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 41,657[1]
Referee: Pierre Schwinte (France)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1965/66: Stan the man for Dortmund". Union of European Football Associations (UEFA). 1 June 1966. Retrieved 12 July 2011. 

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