1988–89 European Cup Winners' Cup

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1988–89 European Cup Winners' Cup
Tournament details
Dates 10 August 1988 – 10 May 1989
Teams 32 (First Round)
33 (Qualifying)
Final positions
Champions Spain Barcelona (3rd title)
Runners-up Italy Sampdoria
Tournament statistics
Matches played 63
Goals scored 152 (2.41 per match)
Top scorer(s) Bulgaria Hristo Stoichkov
(7 goals)

The season 1988–89 of the European Cup Winners' Cup was won for the third time by Barcelona in the final against Italian entrants Sampdoria. The same two sides reached the final of the European Cup 1991–92, which Barcelona also won. Wimbledon F.C. did not participate due to UEFA's five-year ban on English clubs from European competition.

Preliminary round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Békéscsabai Hungary 4–2 Norway Bryne 3–0 1–2

First leg[edit]

10 August 1988
Békéscsabai Hungary 3 – 0 Norway Bryne
Gruborovics Goal 10'4'
Csató Goal 37'
Report

Second leg[edit]

24 August 1988
Bryne Norway 2 – 1 Hungary Békéscsabai
Hellvik Goal 44' (pen.)
Meinseth Goal 79' (pen.)
Report Kvaszta Goal 35'

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Derry City Republic of Ireland 0–4 Wales Cardiff City 0–0 0–4
Glenavon Northern Ireland 2–7 Denmark AGF Aarhus 1–4 1–3
Fram Reykjavík Iceland 0–7 Spain Barcelona 0–2 0–5
Flamurtari Albania 2–4 Poland Lech Poznań 2–3 0–1
Internacional Bratislava Czechoslovakia 2–8 Bulgaria CFKA Sredets Sofia 2–3 0–5
Omonia Cyprus 0–3 Greece Panathinaikos 0–1 0–2
Roda JC Netherlands 2–1 Portugal Vitória de Guimarães 2–0 0–1
Borac Banja Luka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–4 Soviet Union Metalist Kharkiv 2–0 0–4
Grasshopper Switzerland 0–1 West Germany Eintracht Frankfurt 0–0 0–1
Sakaryaspor Turkey 2–1 Hungary Békéscsaba Előre 2–0 0–1
Mechelen Belgium 8–1 Luxembourg Avenir Beggen 5–0 3–1
Metz France 1–5 Belgium Anderlecht 1–3 0–2
Floriana Malta 0–1 Scotland Dundee United 0–0 0–1
Dinamo București Romania 6–0 Finland Kuusysi Lahti 3–0 3–0
Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany 5–1 Austria Kremser 5–0 0–1
Norrköping Sweden 2–3 Italy Sampdoria 2–1 0–2

First leg[edit]

7 September 1988
Derry City Republic of Ireland 0 – 0 Wales Cardiff City
Report

7 September 1988
Glenavon Northern Ireland 1 – 4 Denmark AGF Aarhus
McCann Goal 17' Report Mortensen Goal 25'
Pingel Goal 52'80'
Rieper Goal 67'

7 September 1988
Fram Reykjavík Iceland 0 – 2 Spain Barcelona
Report Roberto Goal 33'62'

7 September 1988
KS Flamurtari Albania 2 – 3 Poland Lech Poznań
Ruci Goal 40'76' Report Łukasik Goal 32'
Araszkiewicz Goal 67'
Glombiowski Goal 89'

7 September 1988
Internacional Bratislava Czechoslovakia 2 – 3 Bulgaria CFKA Sredets Sofia
Moravec Goal 44'
Weiss Goal 58' (pen.)
Report Penev Goal 36'38' (pen.)78'

6 September 1988
Omonia Cyprus 0 – 1 Greece Panathinaikos
Report Mavridis Goal 13'

7 September 1988
Roda JC Netherlands 2 – 0 Portugal Vitória de Guimarães
Conceição Goal 6' (o.g.)
van Loen Goal 87'
Report

6 September 1988
Borac Banja Luka Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2 – 0 Soviet Union Metalist Kharkiv
Lemić Goal 43'
Lipovac Goal 89'
Report

6 September 1988
Grasshopper Switzerland 0 – 0 West Germany Eintracht Frankfurt
Report

7 September 1988
Sakaryaspor Turkey 2 – 0 Hungary Békéscsaba Előre
Pešić Goal 35'
Çolak Goal 50'
Report

7 September 1988
Mechelen Belgium 5 – 0 Luxembourg Avenir Beggen
E. Koeman Goal 59'
Bosman Goal 61' (pen.)85'
den Boer Goal 77'
Ohana Goal 88' (pen.)
Report

7 September 1988
Metz France 1 – 3 Belgium Anderlecht
Zanon Goal 86' Report Pfrunner Goal 1' (o.g.)
Krnčević Goal 26'83'

6 September 1988
Floriana Malta 0 – 0 Scotland Dundee United
Report

7 September 1988
Dinamo Bucureşti Romania 3 – 0 Finland Kuusysi Lahti
Jäntti Goal 12' (o.g.)
Andone Goal 72'
Vaișcovici Goal 75'
Report
Dinamo Stadium, Bucharest
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Hadjistephanou (Cyprus)

7 September 1988
Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany 5 – 0 Austria Kremser
Weber Goal 19'
Sträßer Goal 48'67'
Merkel Goal 53'
Ludwig Goal 78'
Report

7 September 1988
IFK Norrköping Sweden 2 – 1 Italy Sampdoria
P. Andersson Goal 9'
Hellström Goal 86'
Report Carboni Goal 50'

Second leg[edit]

5 October 1988
Cardiff City Wales 4 – 0 Republic of Ireland Derry City
McDermott Goal 20'
Gilligan Goal 47'65'76'
Report

5 October 1988
AGF Aarhus Denmark 3 – 1 Northern Ireland Glenavon
Pingel Goal 26'
Kristensen Goal 65'
Stampe Goal 87'
Report McConville Goal 88'

5 October 1988
Barcelona Spain 5 – 0 Iceland Fram Reykjavík
Lineker Goal 9'
Begiristain Goal 23'63'
Roberto Goal 65'
Bakero Goal 72'
Report

5 October 1988
Lech Poznań Poland 1 – 0 Albania KS Flamurtari
Araszkiewicz Goal 25' Report

5 October 1988
CFKA Sredets Sofia Bulgaria 5 – 0 Czechoslovakia Internacional Bratislava
Penev Goal 1'
Stoichkov Goal 3'
Kostadinov Goal 12'38'
Getov Goal 21'
Report

5 October 1988
Panathinaikos Greece 2 – 0 Cyprus Omonia
Dimopoulos Goal 57'
Nielsen Goal 59'
Report

5 October 1988
Vitória de Guimarães Portugal 1 – 0 Netherlands Roda JC
Roldão Goal 27' Report

5 October 1988
Metalist Kharkiv Soviet Union 4 – 0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Borac Banja Luka
Tarasov Goal 25'62'
Adzhoyev Goal 78' (pen.)
Yesipov Goal 88'
Report

4 October 1988
Eintracht Frankfurt West Germany 1 – 0 Switzerland Grasshopper
Bakalorz Goal 32' Report


28 september 1988
Avenir Beggen Luxembourg 1 – 3 Belgium Mechelen
Krings Goal 65' Report Bosman Goal 34'
den Boer Goal 51'
Versavel Goal 62'


5 October 1988
Anderlecht Belgium 2 – 0 France Metz
Krnčević Goal 47'
van Tiggelen Goal 73' (pen.)
Report

5 October 1988
Dundee United Scotland 1 – 0 Malta Floriana
Meade Goal 69' Report

5 October 1988
Kuusysi Lahti Finland 0 – 3 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti
Report Vaișcovici Goal 11' (pen.)34'
Răducioiu Goal 71'
Lahti Stadium, Lahti
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Kokriakov (USSR)

5 October 1988
Kremser Austria 1 – 0 East Germany Carl Zeiss Jena
Studeny Goal 24' Report

6 October 1988
Sampdoria Italy 2 – 0 Sweden IFK Norrköping
Salsano Goal 37'
Vialli Goal 80'
Report

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Cardiff City Wales 1–6 Denmark AGF Aarhus 1–2 0–4
Barcelona Spain 2–2 (5–4 p) Poland Lech Poznań 1–1 1–1 (aet)
CFKA Sredets Sofia Bulgaria 3–0 Greece Panathinaikos 2–0 1–0
Roda JC Netherlands 1–0 Soviet Union Metalist Kharkiv 1–0 0–0
Eintracht Frankfurt West Germany 6–1 Turkey Sakaryaspor 3–1 3–0
Mechelen Belgium 3–0 Belgium Anderlecht 1–0 2–0
Dundee United Scotland 1–2 Romania Dinamo București 0–1 1–1
Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany 2–4 Italy Sampdoria 1–1 1–3

First leg[edit]

26 October 1988
Cardiff City Wales 1 – 2 Denmark AGF Aarhus
Gilligan Goal 41' Report Kristensen Goal 8'73'

26 October 1988
Barcelona Spain 1 – 1 Poland Lech Poznań
Roberto Goal 26' (pen.) Report Pachelski Goal 71'

26 October 1988
CFKA Sredets Sofia Bulgaria 2 – 0 Greece Panathinaikos
Stoichkov Goal 44'
Penev Goal 89' (pen.)
Report

26 October 1988
Roda JC Netherlands 1 – 0 Soviet Union Metalist Kharkiv
van der Luer Goal 43' Report

26 October 1988
Eintracht Frankfurt West Germany 3 – 1 Turkey Sakaryaspor
Sievers Goal 9'
Balzis Goal 33'
Studer Goal 44'
Report Yıldırım Goal 87' (pen.)

26 October 1988
Mechelen Belgium 1 – 0 Belgium Anderlecht
Wilmots Goal 89' Report

26 October 1988
Dundee United Scotland 0 – 1 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti
Report Mateuţ Goal 89'
Tannadice Park, Dundee
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Guy Goethals (Belgium)

26 October 1988
Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany 1 – 1 Italy Sampdoria
Weber Goal 38' Report Vialli Goal 83' (pen.)

Second leg[edit]

9 November 1988
AGF Aarhus Denmark 4 – 0 Wales Cardiff City
Pingel Goal 15'
Andersen Goal 25'75'
Stampe Goal 82'
Report

9 November 1988
Lech Poznań Poland 1 – 1
(a.e.t.)
4–5 on penalties
Spain Barcelona
Kruszczyński Goal 30' (pen.) Report Roberto Goal 45'

9 November 1988
Panathinaikos Greece 0 – 1 Bulgaria CFKA Sredets Sofia
Report Penev Goal 85'

9 November 1988
Metalist Kharkiv Soviet Union 0 – 0 Netherlands Roda JC
Report

9 November 1988
Sakaryaspor Turkey 0 – 3 West Germany Eintracht Frankfurt
Report Sievers Goal 8'
Binz Goal 35'
Schulz Goal 65'

9 November 1988
Anderlecht Belgium 0 – 2 Belgium Mechelen
Report E. Koeman Goal 18'
Ohana Goal 46'

9 November 1988
Dinamo Bucureşti Romania 1 – 1 Scotland Dundee United
Mateuţ Goal 9' Report Beaumont Goal 79'
Stadionul Dinamo, Bucharest
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Albert Thomas (Netherlands)

9 November 1988
Sampdoria Italy 3 – 1 East Germany Carl Zeiss Jena
Vierchowod Goal 23'
Cerezo Goal 42'
Vialli Goal 53'
Report Raab Goal 50'

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
AGF Aarhus Denmark 0–1 Spain Barcelona 0–1 0–0
CFKA Sredets Sofia Bulgaria 3–3 (4–3 p) Netherlands Roda JC 2–1 1–2 (aet)
Eintracht Frankfurt West Germany 0–1 Belgium Mechelen 0–0 0–1
Dinamo București Romania 1–1 (a) Italy Sampdoria 1–1 0–0

First leg[edit]

1 March 1989
AGF Aarhus Denmark 0 – 1 Spain Barcelona
Report Lineker Goal 70'

1 March 1989
CFKA Sredets Sofia Bulgaria 2 – 1 Netherlands Roda JC
Stoichkov Goal 14'
Kostadinov Goal 14'
Report Boerebach Goal 84'


1 March 1989
Dinamo Bucureşti Romania 1 – 1 Italy Sampdoria
Vaișcovici Goal 16' (pen.) Report Vialli Goal 89'
Stadionul Dinamo, Bucharest
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Horst Brummeier (Austria)

Second leg[edit]

15 March 1989
Barcelona Spain 0 – 0 Denmark AGF Aarhus
Report

15 March 1989
Roda JC Netherlands 2 – 1
(a.e.t.)
3–4 (penalties)
Bulgaria CFKA Sredets Sofia
Haan Goal 38'
van der Luer Goal 54'
Report Stoichkov Goal 77'

15 March 1989
Mechelen Belgium 1 – 0 West Germany Eintracht Frankfurt
Wilmots Goal 62' Report

15 March 1989
Sampdoria Italy 0 – 0 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti
Report
Stadio Giovanni Zini, Cremona
Attendance: 22,500
Referee: Lajos Nemeth (Hungary)

Semi-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Barcelona Spain 6–3 Bulgaria CFKA Sredets Sofia 4–2 2–1
Mechelen Belgium 2–4 Italy Sampdoria 2–1 0–3

First leg[edit]

5 April 1989
Barcelona Spain 4 – 2 Bulgaria CFKA Sredets Sofia
Lineker Goal 36'
Amor Goal 37'
Bakero Goal 49'
Salinas Goal 72'
Report Stoichkov Goal 24'67'

5 April 1989
Mechelen Belgium 2 – 1 Italy Sampdoria
Ohana Goal 11'
Deferm Goal 67'
Report Vialli Goal 74'

Second leg[edit]

19 April 1989
CFKA Sredets Sofia Bulgaria 1 – 2 Spain Barcelona
Stoichkov Goal 65' Report Lineker Goal 25'
Amor Goal 81'

19 April 1989
Sampdoria Italy 3 – 0 Belgium Mechelen
Cerezo Goal 71'
Dossena Goal 85'
Salsano Goal 88'
Report

Final[edit]

10 May 1989
20:15
Barcelona Spain 2 – 0 Italy Sampdoria
Salinas Goal 4'
López Rekarte Goal 79'
Report
Wankdorf Stadium, Bern
Attendance: 42,707
Referee: George Courtney (England)

Top scorers[edit]

The top scorers from the 1988-89 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup are as follows:

Rank Name Team Goals
1 Bulgaria Hristo Stoichkov Bulgaria CFKA Sredets Sofia 7
2 Bulgaria Lyuboslav Penev Bulgaria CFKA Sredets Sofia 6
3 Spain Roberto Spain Barcelona 5
Italy Gianluca Vialli Italy Sampdoria 5
5 England Jimmy Gilligan Wales Cardiff City 4
England Gary Lineker Spain Barcelona 4
Denmark Frank Pingel Denmark AGF Aarhus 4
Romania Claudiu Vaișcovici Romania Dinamo Bucureşti 4
9 Netherlands John Bosman Belgium KV Mechelen 3
Bulgaria Emil Kostadinov Bulgaria CFKA Sredets Sofia 3
Denmark Bjørn Kristensen Denmark AGF Aarhus 3
Australia Eddie Krnčević Belgium Anderlecht 3
Israel Eli Ohana Belgium KV Mechelen 3

See also[edit]

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