1978–79 European Cup

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1978–79 European Cup
Tournament details
Dates 15 August 1978 - 30 May 1979
Teams 33
Final positions
Champions England Nottingham Forest (1st title)
Runners-up Sweden Malmö FF
Tournament statistics
Matches played 61
Goals scored 185 (3.03 per match)
Top scorer(s) Switzerland Claudio Sulser (11 goals)

The 1978–79 season of the European Cup football club tournament was won by English champions Nottingham Forest in the final against Malmö FF. Forest, enjoying a great run of success under Brian Clough, had defeated defending two-time champions Liverpool in the first round.

Preliminary round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
AS Monaco France 3–2 Romania Steaua Bucureşti 3–0 0–2

First leg[edit]

15 August 1978
AS Monaco France 3–0 Romania Steaua Bucureşti
Onnis Goal 42'
Zorzetto Goal 48'
Nogués Goal 61'
Report

Second leg[edit]

30 August 1978
Steaua Bucureşti Romania 2–0 France AS Monaco
Troi Goal 51'76' Report

AS Monaco won 3–2 on aggregate.

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
AEK Athens Greece 7–5 Portugal Porto 6–1 1–4
Nottingham Forest England 2–0 England Liverpool 2–0 0–0
Real Madrid Spain 12–0 Luxembourg Progrès Niedercorn 5–0 7–0
Grasshopper Switzerland 13–3 Malta Valletta 8–0 5–3
Odense Denmark 3–4 Bulgaria Lokomotiv Sofia 2–2 1–2
Köln West Germany 5–2 Iceland ÍA 4–1 1–1
Juventus Italy 1–2 Scotland Rangers 1–0 0–2
Fenerbahçe Turkey 3–7 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 2–1 1–6
Vllaznia Albania 3–4 Austria Austria Vienna 2–0 1–4
Linfield Northern Ireland 0–1 Norway Lillestrøm 0–0 0–1
Omonia Cyprus 2–2 (a) Republic of Ireland Bohemians 2–1 0–1
Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–2 (4–5 p) East Germany Dynamo Dresden 2–0 0–2
Zbrojovka Brno Czechoslovakia 4–2 Hungary Újpesti Dózsa 2–2 2–0
Club Brugge Belgium 3–4 Poland Wisła Kraków 2–1 1–3
Haka Finland 1–4 Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv 0–1 1–3
Malmö FF Sweden 1–0 France AS Monaco 0–0 1–0

First leg[edit]

13 September 1978
AEK Athens Greece 6–1 Portugal Porto
Bajević Goal 3'20'
Ardizoglou Goal 16'
Konstantinou Goal 39'
Nikolaou Goal 58'
Mavros Goal 60'
Report António Oliveira Goal 81'


13 September 1978
Nottingham Forest England 2–0 England Liverpool
Birtles Goal 26'
Barrett Goal 87'
Report


13 September 1978
Real Madrid Spain 5–0 Luxembourg Progrès Niedercorn
Jensen Goal 12'
Juanito Goal 30'66'
del Bosque Goal 40'
Wolff Goal 84'
Report


13 September 1978
Grasshopper Switzerland 8–0 Malta Valletta
Sulser Goal 31'46'58'62'64'
Ponte Goal 32'35'
Wehrli Goal 67'
Report


13 September 1978
Odense Denmark 2–2 Bulgaria Lokomotiv Sofia
Munk Nielsen Goal 32'44' Report Kolev Goal 60'
Velichkov Goal 69'


13 September 1978
Köln West Germany 4–1 Iceland ÍA
Littbarski Goal 12'
Neumann Goal 26'39'
Konopka Goal 72'
Report Hallgrímsson Goal 20'


13 September 1978
Juventus Italy 1–0 Scotland Rangers
Virdis Goal 9' Report

13 September 1978
Fenerbahçe Turkey 2–1 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven
Çetiner Goal 17'
İlhan Goal 43'
Report Brandts Goal 23'


13 September 1978
Vllaznia Albania 2–0 Austria Austria Vienna
Zhega Goal 8'
Ballgjini Goal 55'
Report


13 September 1978
Linfield Northern Ireland 0–0 Norway Lillestrøm
Report


13 September 1978
Omonia Cyprus 2–1 Republic of Ireland Bohemians
Kanaris Goal 21'
Dimitriou Goal 51'
Report O'Connor Goal 6' (pen.)


13 September 1978
Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–0 East Germany Dynamo Dresden
Prekazi Goal 5'
Đurović Goal 47'
Report


13 September 1978
Zbrojovka Brno Czechoslovakia 2–2 Hungary Újpesti Dózsa
Kroupa Goal 72'
Janečka Goal 77'
Report Fekete Goal 40'
Törőcsik Goal 65'


13 September 1978
Club Brugge Belgium 2–1 Poland Wisła Kraków
Ceulemans Goal 24'
Cools Goal 28'
Report Kapka Goal 83'


13 September 1978
Haka Finland 0–1 Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv
Report Baltacha Goal 74'


13 September 1978
Malmö FF Sweden 0–0 France AS Monaco
Report

Second leg[edit]

27 September 1978
Porto Portugal 4–1 Greece AEK Athens
Vital Goal 63'83'
Teixeira Goal 79'
Gomes Goal 88'
Report Mavros Goal 32'

AEK Athens won 7–5 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Liverpool England 0–0 England Nottingham Forest
Report

Nottingham Forest won 2–0 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Progrès Niedercorn Luxembourg 0–7 Spain Real Madrid
Report Pirri Goal 10'
Jensen Goal 19'
Stielike Goal 28'
Santillana Goal 46'87'
García Hernández Goal 65'
Margue Goal 90' (o.g.)

Real Madrid won 12–0 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Valletta Malta 3–5 Switzerland Grasshopper
Agius Goal 56'
Seychell Goal 83'
Farrugia Goal 86'
Report Sulser Goal 13' (pen.)
Ponte Goal 61'
Traber Goal 69'78'
Her. Hermann Goal 77'

Grasshopper won 13–3 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Lokomotiv Sofia Bulgaria 2–1 Denmark Odense
Mihaylov Goal 27'
Kostov Goal 50'
Report Eriksen Goal 23' (pen.)

Lokomotiv Sofia won 4–3 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
ÍA Iceland 1–1 West Germany Köln
Hein Goal 8' (o.g.) Report Van Gool Goal 72'

Köln won 5–2 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Rangers Scotland 2–0 Italy Juventus
MacDonald Goal 18'
Smith Goal 69'
Report

Rangers won 2–1 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
PSV Eindhoven Netherlands 6–1 Turkey Fenerbahçe
van der Kuijlen Goal 10'22'71'74'
Deijkers Goal 49'55'
Report Çetiner Goal 87'

PSV Eindhoven won 7–3 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Austria Vienna Austria 4–1 Albania Vllaznia
Parits Goal 21'
Schachner Goal 35'74'
J. Sara Goal 48'
Report Hafizi Goal 80'

Austria Vienna won 4–3 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Lillestrøm Norway 1–0 Northern Ireland Linfield
Lønstad Goal 12' Report

Lillestrøm won 1–0 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Bohemians Republic of Ireland 1–0 Cyprus Omonia
Joyce Goal 27' Report

Omonia 2–2 Bohemians on aggregate. Bohemians won on away goals.


27 September 1978
Dynamo Dresden East Germany 2 – 0 (aet) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
Dörner Goal 8'
Weber Goal 38'
Report
  Penalties  
5–4

Partizan 2–2 Dynamo Dresden on aggregate. Dynamo Dresden won on penalties.


27 September 1978
Újpesti Dózsa Hungary 0–2 Czechoslovakia Zbrojovka Brno
Report Došek Goal 11'
Kroupa Goal 41'

Zbrojovka Brno won 4–2 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Wisła Kraków Poland 3–1 Belgium Club Brugge
Kmiecik Goal 26'
Lipka Goal 82'
Krupiński Goal 89'
Report Ceulemans Goal 50'

Wisła Kraków won 4–3 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
Dynamo Kyiv Soviet Union 3–1 Finland Haka
Veremeyev Goal 31'
Khapsalis Goal 35'
Buryak Goal 85'
Report Ronkainen Goal 71'

Dynamo Kyiv won 4–1 on aggregate.


27 September 1978
AS Monaco France 0–1 Sweden Malmö FF
Report Kinnvall Goal 35'

Malmö FF won 1–0 on aggregate.

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
AEK Athens Greece 2–7 England Nottingham Forest 1–2 1–5
Real Madrid Spain 3–3 (a) Switzerland Grasshopper 3–1 0–2
Lokomotiv Sofia Bulgaria 0–5 West Germany Köln 0–1 0–4
Rangers Scotland 3–2 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 0–0 3–2
Austria Vienna Austria 4–1 Norway Lillestrøm 4–1 0–0
Bohemians Republic of Ireland 0–6 East Germany Dynamo Dresden 0–0 0–6
Zbrojovka Brno Czechoslovakia 3–3 (a) Poland Wisła Kraków 2–2 1–1
Dynamo Kyiv Soviet Union 0–2 Sweden Malmö FF 0–0 0–2

First leg[edit]

18 October 1978
AEK Athens Greece 1–2 England Nottingham Forest
Konstantinou Goal 59' (pen.) Report McGovern Goal 10'
Birtles Goal 45'


18 October 1978
Real Madrid Spain 3–1 Switzerland Grasshopper
Juanito Goal 5'
García Hernández Goal 65'
Santillana Goal 77'
Report Sulser Goal 59'


18 October 1978
Lokomotiv Sofia Bulgaria 0–1 West Germany Köln
Report Zimmermann Goal 58'


18 October 1978
Rangers Scotland 0–0 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven
Report


18 October 1978
Austria Vienna Austria 4–1 Norway Lillestrøm
Gasselich Goal 25'34'
Sara Goal 36'
Schachner Goal 65'
Report Dokken Goal 62'


18 October 1978
Bohemians Republic of Ireland 0–0 East Germany Dynamo Dresden
Report


18 October 1978
Zbrojovka Brno Czechoslovakia 2–2 Poland Wisła Kraków
Pešice Goal 73'
Kroupa Goal 78'
Report Kmiecik Goal 37'
Maculewicz Goal 86'


18 October 1978
Dynamo Kyiv Soviet Union 0–0 Sweden Malmö FF
Report

Second leg[edit]

1 November 1978
Nottingham Forest England 5–1 Greece AEK Athens
Needham Goal 12'
Woodcock Goal 35'
Anderson Goal 40'
Birtles Goal 66'72'
Report Bajević Goal 50'

Nottingham Forest won 7–2 on aggregate.


1 November 1978
Grasshopper Switzerland 2–0 Spain Real Madrid
Sulser Goal 8'86' Report

Real Madrid 3–3 Grasshopper on aggregate. Grasshopper won on away goals.


1 November 1978
Köln West Germany 4–0 Bulgaria Lokomotiv Sofia
Müller Goal 20'79'
Van Gool Goal 52'
Glowacz Goal 75'
Report

Köln won 5–0 on aggregate.


1 November 1978
PSV Eindhoven Netherlands 2–3 Scotland Rangers
Lubse Goal 1'
Deijkers Goal 60'
Report MacDonald Goal 57'
Johnstone Goal 65'
Russell Goal 87'

Rangers won 3–2 on aggregate.


1 November 1978
Lillestrøm Norway 0–0 Austria Austria Vienna
Report

Austria Vienna won 4–1 on aggregate.


1 November 1978
Dynamo Dresden East Germany 6–0 Republic of Ireland Bohemians
Trautmann Goal 39'58'
Schmuck Goal 41'
Riedel Goal 48'60'
Kotte Goal 75' (pen.)
Report

Dynamo Dresden won 6–0 on aggregate.


1 November 1978
Wisła Kraków Poland 1–1 Czechoslovakia Zbrojovka Brno
Kapka Goal 53' Report Došek Goal 78'

Zbrojovka Brno 3–3 Wisła Kraków on aggregate. Wisła Kraków won on away goals.


1 November 1978
Malmö FF Sweden 2–0 Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv
Cervin Goal 9'
Kinnvall Goal 39'
Report

Malmö FF won 2–0 on aggregate.

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Nottingham Forest England 5–2 Switzerland Grasshopper 4–1 1–1
Köln West Germany 2–1 Scotland Rangers 1–0 1–1
Austria Vienna Austria 3–2 East Germany Dynamo Dresden 3–1 0–1
Wisła Kraków Poland 3–5 Sweden Malmö FF 2–1 1–4

First leg[edit]

7 March 1979
Nottingham Forest England 4–1 Switzerland Grasshopper
Birtles Goal 31'
Robertson Goal 47' (pen.)
Gemmill Goal 87'
Lloyd Goal 89'
Report Sulser Goal 11'


6 March 1979
Köln West Germany 1–0 Scotland Rangers
Müller Goal 58' Report


7 March 1979
Austria Vienna Austria 3–1 East Germany Dynamo Dresden
Schachner Goal 20'90'
Zach Goal 86'
Report Weber Goal 9'


7 March 1979
Wisła Kraków Poland 2–1 Sweden Malmö FF
Nawałka Goal 26'
Kmiecik Goal 85'
Report Hansson Goal 13'

Second leg[edit]

21 March 1979
Grasshopper Switzerland 1–1 England Nottingham Forest
Sulser Goal 33' (pen.) Report O'Neill Goal 38'

Nottingham Forest won 5–2 on aggregate.


22 March 1979
Rangers Scotland 1–1 West Germany Köln
McLean Goal 86' Report Müller Goal 48'

Köln won 2–1 on aggregate.


21 March 1979
Dynamo Dresden East Germany 1–0 Austria Austria Vienna
Riedel Goal 42' (pen.) Report

Austria Vienna won 3–2 on aggregate.


21 March 1979
Malmö FF Sweden 4–1 Poland Wisła Kraków
Ljungberg Goal 65' (pen.)72'90' (pen.)
Cervin Goal 82'
Report Kmiecik Goal 58'

Malmö FF won 5–3 on aggregate.

Semi-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Nottingham Forest England 4–3 West Germany Köln 3–3 1–0
Austria Vienna Austria 0–1 Sweden Malmö FF 0–0 0–1

First leg[edit]

11 April 1979
Nottingham Forest England 3–3 West Germany Köln
Birtles Goal 28'
Bowyer Goal 53'
Robertson Goal 63'
Report Van Gool Goal 6'
Müller Goal 20'
Okudera Goal 85'


11 April 1979
Austria Vienna Austria 0–0 Sweden Malmö FF
Report

Second leg[edit]

25 April 1979
Köln West Germany 0–1 England Nottingham Forest
Report Bowyer Goal 65'

Nottingham Forest won 4–3 on aggregate.


25 April 1979
Malmö FF Sweden 1–0 Austria Austria Vienna
Hansson Goal 47' Report

Malmö FF won 1–0 on aggregate.

Final[edit]

30 May 1979
20:15 CEST
Nottingham Forest England 1–0 Sweden Malmö FF
Francis Goal 45' Report

MatchCentre

Olympiastadion, Munich
Attendance: 57,500
Referee: Erich Linemayr (Austria)

Top scorers[edit]

The top scorers from the 1978–79 European Cup are as follows:

Rank Name Team Goals
1 Switzerland Claudio Sulser Switzerland Grasshopper 11
2 England Garry Birtles England Nottingham Forest 6
3 Germany Dieter Müller Germany Köln 5
Austria Walter Schachner Austria Austria Vienna 5
5 Poland Kazimierz Kmiecik Poland Wisła Kraków 4
Netherlands Willy van der Kuijlen Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 4
7 Netherlands Gerrie Deijkers Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 3
Belgium Roger van Gool Germany Köln 3
Spain Juanito Spain Real Madrid 3
Czechoslovakia Karel Kroupa Czechoslovakia Zbrojovka Brno 3
Sweden Anders Ljungberg Sweden Malmö FF 3
Switzerland Raimondo Ponte Switzerland Grasshopper 3
East Germany Dieter Riedel East Germany Dynamo Dresden 3
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dušan Bajević Greece AEK Athens 3
Spain Santillana Spain Real Madrid 3

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