1988–89 UEFA Cup

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1988–89 UEFA Cup
Dates 4 September 1988 – 17 May 1989
Final positions
Champions Italy Napoli (1st title)
Runners-up Germany Stuttgart
Tournament statistics
Top scorer(s) East Germany Torsten Gütschow (7 goals)

The 1988–89 UEFA Cup was won by Napoli over Stuttgart.

It was the fourth season for which English clubs were banned from European competitions as a result of the Heysel disaster in May 1985. The clubs who missed out this time were Manchester United, Nottingham Forest, Everton, and Luton Town.

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Stuttgart West Germany 3–2 Hungary FC Tatabánya 2–0 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
Royal Antwerp FC Belgium 3–6 West Germany Köln 2–4 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
Bayern Munich West Germany 10–4 Poland Legia Warszawa 3–1 (Report) 7–3 (Report)
Bayer 04 Leverkusen West Germany 0–2 Portugal C.F. Os Belenenses 0–1 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Roma Italy 4–3 West Germany Nürnberg 1–2 (Report) 3–1(aet) (Report)
FC Groningen Netherlands (a)2–2 Spain Atlético Madrid 1–0 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
FC Aarau Switzerland 0–7 East Germany Lokomotive Leipzig 0–3 (Report) 0–4 (Report)
St Patrick's Athletic F.C. Republic of Ireland 0–4 Scotland Heart of Midlothian 0–2 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
FK Žalgiris Vilnius Soviet Union 4–5 Austria FK Austria Wien 2–0 (Report) 2–5 (Report)
Sporting Clube de Portugal Portugal 6–3 Netherlands AFC Ajax 4–2 (Report) 2–1 (Report)
Real Sociedad Spain (a)4–4 Czechoslovakia Dukla Prague 2–1 (Report) 2–3 (Report)
Union Luxembourg Luxembourg 1–11 Belgium Liège 1–7 (Report) 0–4 (Report)
Internazionale Italy 4–2 Sweden IK Brage 2–1 (Report) 2–1 (Report)
Íþróttabandalag Akraness Iceland 1–2 Hungary Újpest FC 0–0 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
Rangers F.C. Scotland 5–2 Poland GKS Katowice 1–0 (Report) 4–2 (Report)
Aberdeen F.C. Scotland 0–2 East Germany Dynamo Dresden 0–0 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk Soviet Union 2–3 France Bordeaux 1–1 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
Östers IF Sweden 2–6 Czechoslovakia FK DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda 2–0 (Report) 0–6 (Report)
Turun Palloseura Finland (a)1–1 Northern Ireland Linfield F.C. 0–0 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
Molde FK Norway 1–5 Belgium K.S.V. Waregem 0–0 (Report) 1–5 (Report)
Malmö FF Sweden 3–2 Soviet Union FC Torpedo Moscow 2–0 (Report) 1–2(aet) (Report)
First Vienna FC Austria (a)2–2 Denmark Ikast FS 1–0 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
Oţelul Galaţi Romania 1–5 Italy Juventus 1–0 (Report) 0–5 (Report)
RŠD Velež Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 6–2 Cyprus APOEL 1–0 (Report) 5–2 (Report)
AEK Athens F.C. Greece 1–2 Spain Athletic Bilbao 1–0 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
Montpellier La Paillade SC France 1–6 Portugal S.L. Benfica 0–3 (Report) 1–3 (Report)
Sliema Wanderers F.C. Malta 1–8 Romania Victoria Bucureşti 0–2 (Report) 1–6 (Report)
Napoli Italy 2–1 Greece PAOK 1–0 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 10–0 Bulgaria PFC Slavia Sofia 5–0 (Report) 5–0 (Report)
Servette FC Switzerland 1–0 Austria SK Sturm Graz 1–0 (Report) 0–0 (Report)
Trakia Plovdiv Bulgaria 1–2 Soviet Union Dinamo Minsk 1–2 (Report) 0–0 (Report)
Beşiktaş J.K. Turkey 1–2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb 1–0 (Report) 0–2 (Report)

First leg[edit]

7 September 1988
Roma Italy 1–2 West Germany Nürnberg
Desideri Goal 47' Sané Goal 44'
Eckstein Goal 58'
Rome

7 September 1988
Internazionale Italy 2–1 Sweden IK Brage
Díaz Goal 44' (pen.)
Matteoli Goal 89'
Arnberg Goal 64' (pen.)

7 September 1988
17:00
Oţelul Galaţi Romania 1–0 Italy Juventus
Profir Goal 59' (pen.)
Dunărea Stadium, Galaţi
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Yusuf Namoğlu (Turkey)

7 September 1988
Napoli Italy 1–0 Greece PAOK
Maradona Goal 58' (pen.)


Second leg[edit]

12 October 1988
Nürnberg West Germany 1 – 3 (a.e.t.) Italy Roma
Eckstein Goal 19' Völler Goal 8'
Policano Goal 34'
Renato Gaúcho Goal 93'

Roma won 4–3 on aggregate.


5 October 1988
IK Brage Sweden 1–2 Italy Internazionale
Hällman Goal 45' Berti Goal 9'
Morello Goal 78'
Domnarvsvallen, Borlänge
Attendance: 9,000

Internazionale won 4–2 on aggregate.


12 October 1988
Juventus Italy 5–0 Romania Oţelul Galaţi
De Agostini Goal 17'
Agiu Goal 26' (o.g.)
Rui Barros Goal 28' Goal 71'
Altobelli Goal 49'
Stadio Comunale, Turin
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Clive Thomas (Wales)

Juventus won 5–1 on aggregate.


6 October 1988
PAOK Greece 1–1 Italy Napoli
Skartados Goal 65' Careca Goal 17'

Napoli won 2–1 on aggregate.


Dinamo Minsk won 2–1 on aggregate.


6 October 1988
Victoria București Romania 6–1 Malta Sliema Wanderers
Cojocaru Goal 12'41'
Coraș Goal 16'39'43'
Layis Goal 89'
Gauci Goal 90'
Victoria Stadium, Bucharest
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Kazimierz Orlowski (Poland)

Victoria won 8–1 on aggregate.

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Bayern Munich West Germany 5–1 Czechoslovakia FK DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda 3–1 (Report) 2–0 (Report)
Köln West Germany 3–1 Scotland Rangers F.C. 2–0 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
NK Dinamo Zagreb Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–4 West Germany Stuttgart 1–3 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 4–4(a) Italy Roma 4–2 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
RŠD Velež Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (p)0-0 Portugal C.F. Os Belenenses 0–0 (Report) 0–0 (Report)
Sporting Clube de Portugal Portugal 1–2 Spain Real Sociedad 1–2 (Report) 0–0 (Report)
Heart of Midlothian Scotland 1–0 Austria FK Austria Wien 0–0 (Report) 1–0 (Report)
Lokomotive Leipzig East Germany 1–3 Italy Napoli 1–1 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
Újpest FC Hungary 0–2 France Bordeaux 0–1 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Juventus Italy 7–4 Spain Athletic Bilbao 5–1 (Report) 2–3 (Report)
Dynamo Dresden East Germany 5–3 Belgium K.S.V. Waregem 4–1 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
First Vienna FC Austria 2–2(a) Finland Turun Palloseura 2–1 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Malmö FF Sweden 1–2 Italy Internazionale 0–1 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
R.F.C. de Liège Belgium 3–2 Portugal S.L. Benfica 2–1 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
FC Groningen Netherlands 3–1 Switzerland Servette FC 2–0 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
Dinamo Minsk Soviet Union 2–2(a) Romania Victoria Bucureşti 2–1 (Report) 0–1 (Report)

First leg[edit]

26 October 1988
Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 4–2 Italy Roma
V. Đukić Goal 17' Goal 77'
Vermezović Goal 31'
Milojević Goal 53'
Conti Goal 9' Goal 68'


26 October 1988
Juventus Italy 5–1 Spain Athletic Bilbao
Laudrup Goal 3' Goal 51'
Galia Goal 23'
Mauro Goal 40'
Altobelli Goal 47'
Uralde Goal 35'
Stadio Comunale, Turin
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Neil Midgley (England)


Second leg[edit]

9 November 1988
Roma Italy 2–0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
Völler Goal 21'
Giannini Goal 72' (pen.)
Rome

Roma 4–4 Partizan. Roma won on away goals rule.


Napoli won 3–1 on aggregate.


9 November 1988
Athletic Bilbao Spain 3–2 Italy Juventus
Uralde Goal 56'
Andrinúa Goal 57' Goal 69'
Laudrup Goal 34'
Galia Goal 77'
San Mamés Stadium, Bilbao
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Erik Fredriksson (Sweden)

Juventus won 7–4 on aggregate.


9 November 1988
Internazionale Italy 1–1 Sweden Malmö FF
Díaz Goal 12' Nilsson Goal 66'

Internazionale won 2–1 on aggregate.


Victoria 2–2 Dinamo. Victoria won on away goals rule.

Third round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Bayern Munich West Germany (a)3–3 Italy Internazionale 0–2 (Report) 3–1 (Report)
Real Sociedad Spain 3–2 West Germany Köln 1–0 (Report) 2–2 (Report)
FC Groningen Netherlands 1–5 West Germany Stuttgart 1–3 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
Heart of Midlothian Scotland 4–2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Velež 3–0 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
Bordeaux France 0–1 Italy Napoli 0–1 (Report) 0–0 (Report)
Dynamo Dresden East Germany 4–0 Italy Roma 2–0 (Report) 2–0 (Report)
Liège Belgium 0–2 Italy Juventus 0–1 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Victoria Bucureşti Romania (a)3–3 Finland Turun Palloseura 1–0 (Report) 2–3 (Report)

First leg[edit]


23 November 1988
Bordeaux France 0–1 Italy Napoli
Carnevale Goal 5'

23 November 1988
Dynamo Dresden East Germany 2–0 Italy Roma
Gütschow Goal 15' (pen.)
Minge Goal 81'

23 November 1988
Liège Belgium 0–1 Italy Juventus
Altobelli Goal 18'

Second leg[edit]

Internazionale 3–3 Bayern Munich on aggregate. Bayern Munich won on away goals rule.


7 December 1988
Napoli Italy 0–0 France Bordeaux

Napoli won 1–0 on aggregate.


7 December 1988
Roma Italy 0–2 East Germany Dynamo Dresden
Gütschow Goal 70'
Kirsten Goal 80'
Rome

Dynamo Dresden won 4–0 on aggregate.


7 December 1988
Juventus Italy 1–0 Belgium Liège
Altobelli Goal 16'

Juventus won 2–0 on aggregate.


Victoria 3–3 Turun Palloseura on aggregate. Victoria won on away goals rule.

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Stuttgart West Germany (p)1-1 Spain Real Sociedad 1–0 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Heart of Midlothian Scotland 1–2 West Germany Bayern Munich 1–0 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
Juventus Italy 2–3 Italy Napoli 2–0 (Report) 0–3(aet) (Report)
Victoria Bucureşti Romania 1–5 East Germany Dynamo Dresden 1–1 (Report) 0–4 (Report)

First leg[edit]

28 February 1989
Heart of Midlothian Scotland 1–0 West Germany Bayern Munich
Ferguson Goal 55' Report
Tynecastle Stadium
Attendance: 26,294
Referee: H Kohl (Austria)

Second leg[edit]

Bayern Munich won 2–1 on aggregate.


14 March 1989
Dynamo Dresden East Germany 4–0 Romania Victoria București
Minge Goal 47'77'
Gütschow Goal 87'89' (pen.)
Dynamo Stadium, Dresden
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Erik Fredriksson (Sweden)

Dynamo won 5–1 on aggregate.

First leg[edit]

1 March 1989
Juventus Italy 2–0 Italy Napoli
Bruno Goal 13'
Corradini Goal 45' (o.g.)

Second leg[edit]

15 March 1989
Napoli Italy 3 – 0 (a.e.t.) Italy Juventus
Maradona Goal 10' (pen.)
Carnevale Goal 45'
Renica Goal 120'

Napoli won 3–2 on aggregate.

Semi-finals[edit]

Dynamo Dresden v. Stuttgart in the semi-final.
Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Napoli Italy 4–2 West Germany Bayern Munich 2–0 (Report) 2–2 (Report)
Stuttgart West Germany 2–1 East Germany Dynamo Dresden 1–0 (Report) 1–1 (Report)

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

19 April 1989
FC Bayern Munich West Germany 2–2 Italy Napoli
Wohlfarth Goal 63'
Reuter Goal 81'
Careca Goal 61' Goal 76'

Napoli won 4–2 on aggregate.

Final[edit]

Main article: 1989 UEFA Cup Final

First leg[edit]

3 May 1989
20:30
Napoli Italy 2–1 West Germany Stuttgart
Maradona Goal 68' (pen.)
Careca Goal 87'
Report Gaudino Goal 17'
Stadio San Paolo, Naples
Attendance: 81,093
Referee: Gerasimos Germanakos (Greece)

Second leg[edit]

17 May 1989
20:15
Stuttgart West Germany 3–3 Italy Napoli
Klinsmann Goal 27'
De Napoli Goal 67' (o.g.)
O. Schmäler Goal 90'
Report Alemão Goal 19'
Ferrara Goal 39'
Careca Goal 62'

Napoli won 5–4 on aggregate.

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