2000–01 UEFA Cup

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2000–01 UEFA Cup
Dates 8 August 2000 – 16 May 2001
Final positions
Champions England Liverpool (3rd title)
Runners-up Spain Alavés

In perhaps the most bizarre European final ever, the 2000–01 UEFA Cup was won by Liverpool in a dramatic golden goal final against Deportivo Alavés for their third title in the competition. It completed a unique cup treble for the club, as they also won the FA Cup and the League Cup that season. The conclusion of the tournament by a golden goal is the only instance in any of the major European club cup competitions until the abolition of the rule in 2002. This is the first time San Marino had a team enter the UEFA Cup.

Liverpool were the first English side of the post Heysel era (English clubs had been banned from European competitions between 1985 and 1990 as a result of the Heysel disaster) to win the trophy; the previous English winners were Tottenham Hotspur in 1984. It was also Liverpool's first European trophy of the post Heysel era.

Association team allocation[edit]

A total of 138 teams from 51 UEFA associations participated in the 2000–01 UEFA Cup. Associations are allocated places according to their 1999 UEFA league coefficient.[1]

Below is the qualification scheme for the 2000–01 UEFA Cup:[2]

  • Associations 1–6 each enter three teams
  • Associations 7–8 each enter four teams
  • Associations 9–15 each enter two teams
  • Associations 16–21 each enter three teams
  • Associations 22–49 each enter two teams, with the exception of Liechtenstein who enter one.
  • Associations 50-51 each enter one team
  • The top three associations of the 1999–2000 UEFA Fair Play ranking each gain an additional berth
  • 16 teams eliminated from the 2000–01 UEFA Champions League are transferred to the UEFA Cup
  • 3 winners of the Intertoto Cup
  • The winner of the 1999-2000 UEFA Cup

Association ranking[edit]

Rank Association Coeff. Teams Notes
1 Italy Italy 57.212 3 +1(UCL)
+1(IT)
2 Spain Spain 49.628 +1(UCL)
+1(FP)
+1(IT)
3 Germany Germany 45.498 +3(UCL)
+1(IT)
4 France France 41.442
5 Netherlands Netherlands 37.816 +2(UCL)
6 England England 34.288
7 Russia Russia 27.825 4 +1(UCL)
8 Greece Greece 26.950 +1(UCL)
9 Portugal Portugal 24.716 2 +1(UCL)
10 Czech Republic Czech Republic 23.624 +1(UCL)
11 Austria Austria 22.375 +1(UCL)
12 Denmark Denmark 21.050 +2(UCL)
13 Croatia Croatia 20.374 +1(UCL)
14 Turkey Turkey 20.350
15 Ukraine Ukraine 20.291 +1(UCL)
16 Switzerland Switzerland 20.000 3 +1(UCL)
17 Norway Norway 19.733 +1(UCL)
18 Belgium Belgium 26.700 +1(FP)
Rank Association Coeff. Teams Notes
19 Sweden Sweden 17.325 3 +1(FP)
20 Poland Poland 17.250 +1(UCL)
21 Scotland Scotland 16.625 +1(UCL)
22 Romania Romania 16.200 2
23 Hungary Hungary 15.666 +1(UCL)
24 Slovakia Slovakia 14.332 +1(UCL)
25 Cyprus Cyprus 12.665
26 Georgia (country) Georgia 12.166
27 Israel Israel 11.541
28 Slovenia Slovenia 10.831
29 Belarus Belarus 9.083
30 Finland Finland 9.041
31 Serbia Serbia 8.249 +1(UCL)
32 Bulgaria Bulgaria 7.582
33 Latvia Latvia 6.582
34 Iceland Iceland 6.332
35 Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 4.915
36 Lithuania Lithuania 4.832
Rank Association Coeff. Teams Notes
37 Moldova Moldova 4.333 2 +1(UCL)
38 Estonia Estonia 2.582
39 Armenia Armenia 2.416
40 Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 1.998
41 Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland 1.832
42 Wales Wales 1.832
43 Malta Malta 1.498
44 Faroe Islands Faroe Islands 1.249
45 Albania Albania 1.166
46 Luxembourg Luxembourg 1.166
47 Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 1.000 1
48 Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 0.916 2
49 Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 0.500
50 Andorra Andorra 0.000 1
51 San Marino San Marino 0.000
Notes
  • (FP): Additional fair play berth (Norway, Denmark, Scotland)
  • (UCL): Additional teams transferred from the UEFA Champions League
  • (IT): Additional teams from Intertoto Cup

Distribution[edit]

Teams entering in this round Teams advancing from previous round Teams transferred from Champions League
Qualifying round
(82 teams)
  • 31 domestic cup winners from associations 19–49
  • 33 domestic league runners-up from associations 16–49
  • 13 domestic league third-placed teams from associations 9–21
  • 3 teams from the Fair Play rankings
  • 2 domestic league champions teams from Andorra and San Marino
First round
(96 teams)
  • 18 domestic cup winners from associations 1–18
  • 2 domestic league third-placed teams from associations 7–8
  • 5 domestic league fourth-placed teams from associations 4–8
  • 8 domestic league fifth-placed teams from associations 1–8
  • 3 domestic league sixth-placed teams from associations 1–3
  • 3 winners of the Intertoto Cup
  • 41 winners from the qualifying round
  • 16 losing teams from Champions League qualifying
Second round
(48 teams)
  • 48 winners from the first round
Third round
(32 teams)
  • 24 winners from the second round
  • 8 third placed teams from the Champions League first group stage
Fourth round
(16 teams)
  • 16 winners from the third round
Play offs
(8 teams)
  • 8 winners from the fourth round play the quarter finals, semi finals and final

Redistribution rules[edit]

A UEFA Cup place is vacated when a team qualify for both the Champions League and the UEFA Cup, or qualify for the UEFA Cup by more than one method. When a place is vacated, it is redistributed within the national association by the following rules:<

  • When the domestic cup winners (considered as the "highest-placed" qualifier within the national association) also qualify for the Champions League, their UEFA Cup place is vacated, and the remaining UEFA Cup qualifiers are moved up one place, with the final place (with the earliest starting round) taken by the domestic cup runners-up, provided they do not already qualify for the Champions League or the UEFA Cup. Otherwise, this place is taken by the highest-placed league finisher which do not qualify for the UEFA Cup yet.
  • When the domestic cup winners also qualify for the UEFA Cup through league position, their place through the league position is vacated, and the UEFA Cup qualifiers which finish lower in the league are moved up one place, with the final place taken by the highest-placed league finisher which do not qualify for the UEFA Cup yet.
  • A place vacated by the League Cup winners is taken by the highest-placed league finisher which do not qualify for the UEFA Cup yet.
  • A Fair Play place is taken by the highest-ranked team in the domestic Fair Play table which do not qualify for the Champions League or UEFA Cup yet.

Teams[edit]

The labels in the parentheses show how each team qualified for the place of its starting round:

  • CW: Cup winners
  • CR: Cup runners-up
  • LC: League Cup winners
  • Nth: League position
  • P-W: End-of-season European competition play-off winners
  • FP: Fair play
  • IT: Intertoto Cup winners
  • UCL: Relegated from the Champions League
    • GS: Third-placed teams from the group stage
    • Q3: Losers from the third qualifying round
Third round
Germany Bayer Leverkusen (UCL GS) Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk (UCL GS) France Olympiacos (UCL GS) Scotland Rangers (UCL GS)
Germany Hamburg (UCL GS) Norway Rosenborg (UCL GS) Netherlands PSV Eindhoven (UCL GS) Spain Barcelona (UCL GS)
First round
Austria Tirol Innsbruck (UCL Q3) Moldova Zimbru Chişinău (UCL Q3) Denmark Brøndby (UCL Q3) Italy Inter Milan (UCL Q3)
Russia Lokomotiv Moscow (UCL Q3) Slovakia Inter Bratislava (UCL Q3) Portugal Porto (UCL Q3) Denmark Herfølge (UCL Q3)
Serbia and Montenegro Red Star Belgrade (UCL Q3) Poland Polonia Warsaw (UCL Q3) Germany 1860 München (UCL Q3) Netherlands Feyenoord (UCL Q3)
Hungary Dunaferr (UCL Q3) Switzerland St. Gallen (UCL Q3) Croatia Dinamo Zagreb (UCL Q3) Czech Republic Slavia Prague (UCL Q3)
Belgium Genk (CW) Norway Molde (2nd) Switzerland Zürich (CW) Ukraine Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih (CR)
Turkey Gaziantepspor (3rd) Croatia NK Osijek (3rd) Denmark Viborg (CW) Austria Grazer AK (CW)
Czech Republic Slovan Liberec (CW) Portugal Benfica (3rd) Greece AEK Athens (CW) Russia CSKA Moscow (3rd)
England Chelsea (CW) Netherlands Roda (CW) France Nantes (CW) Germany Werder Bremen (CR)
Spain Espanyol (CW) Italy Parma (5th) Greece OFI Crete (4th) Russia Torpedo Moscow (4th)
Greece P.A.O.K. (5th) Russia Dynamo Moscow (5th) England Liverpool (4th) Netherlands Vitesse (4th)
France Bordeaux (4th) Greece Iraklis (6th) Russia Alania Vladikavkaz (6th) England Leicester City (LC)
Netherlands Ajax (5th) France Gueugnon (LC) Germany Kaiserslautern (5th) Spain Real Zaragoza (4th)
Italy Roma (6th) Germany Hertha BSC (6th) Spain Alavés (6th) Italy Fiorentina(7th)
Spain Celta de Vigo (IT) Germany Stuttgart (IT) Italy Udinese (IT)
Qualifying round
Bosnia and Herzegovina Željezničar (CW) Azerbaijan Kapaz (CW) Liechtenstein Vaduz (CW) Luxembourg Jeunesse Esch (CW)
Albania Teuta Durrës (CW) Faroe Islands B36 Tórshavn (CR) Malta Sliema Wanderers (CW) Wales Bangor City (CW)
Republic of Ireland Bohemians (CR) Northern Ireland Glentoran (CW) Armenia Mika (CW) Estonia Viljandi Tulevik (CR)
Moldova Constructorul Chişinău (CW) Lithuania Ekranas (CW) Republic of Macedonia Pobeda (CR) Iceland ÍA (CR)
Latvia Liepājas Metalurgs (CR) Bulgaria Naftex Burgas (CR) Serbia and Montenegro Napredak Kruševac (CR) Finland Jokerit (CW)
Belarus Slavia-Mozyr (CW) Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana (CW) Israel Beitar Jerusalem (CR) Georgia (country) Lokomotivi Tbilisi (CW)
Cyprus Omonia (CW) Slovakia Košice (CR) Hungary MTK Budapest (CW) Romania Universitatea Craiova (CR)
Scotland Aberdeen (CR) Poland Amica Wronki (CW) Sweden Örgryte (CW) Bosnia and Herzegovina Budućnost Banovići (2nd)
Azerbaijan Neftchi Baku (3rd) Luxembourg Grevenmacher (1st) Albania Tomori Berat (2nd) Faroe Islands GÍ Gøta (2nd)
Malta Valletta (2nd) Wales Barry Town (2nd) Republic of Ireland Cork City (2nd) Northern Ireland Coleraine (2nd)
Armenia Ararat Yerevan (2nd) Estonia Flora Tallinn (3rd) Moldova Sheriff Tiraspol (2nd) Lithuania Žalgiris Vilnius (2nd)
Republic of Macedonia Rabotnički (3rd) Iceland ÍBV (2nd) Latvia Ventspils (3rd) Bulgaria CSKA Sofia (2nd)
Serbia and Montenegro Partizan (2nd) Finland HJK Helsinki (2nd) Belarus Gomel (3rd) Slovenia Gorica (2nd)
Israel Maccabi Haifa (2nd) Georgia (country) WIT Georgia (2nd) Cyprus APOEL (3rd) Slovakia Slovan Bratislava (3rd)
Hungary Vasas (3rd) Romania Rapid București (2nd) Scotland Celtic (2nd) Poland Wisła Kraków (2nd)
Sweden AIK (2nd) Belgium Club Brugge (2nd) Norway Brann (3rd) Switzerland Lausanne (3rd)
Scotland Hearts (3rd) Poland Ruch Chorzów (3rd) Sweden Halmstad (3rd) Belgium Gent (3rd)
Norway Lillestrøm (4th) Switzerland Basel (2nd) Ukraine Vorskla Poltava (4th) Turkey Antalyaspor (CR)
Croatia Rijeka (4th) Denmark AB (3rd) Austria Rapid Wien (3rd) Czech Republic Drnovice (3rd)
Portugal Boavista (4th) Sweden Norrköping (FP) Spain Rayo Vallecano (FP) Belgium Lierse (FP)
Andorra Constel·lació Esportiva (1st) San Marino Folgore (1st)

Qualifying round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Universitatea Craiova Romania 1–2 Republic of Macedonia Pobeda 1–1 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Folgore/Falciano San Marino 1–12 Switzerland Basel 1–5 (Report) 0–7 (Report)
Neftchi Azerbaijan 2–3 Slovenia HIT Gorica 1–0 (Report) 1–3 (Report)
Rapid Wien Austria 6–0 Albania Teuta 2–0 (Report) 4–0 (Report)
Clube Brugge Belgium 6–1 Estonia Flora 4–1 (Report) 2–0 (Report)
ÍBV Vestmannaeyjar Iceland 0–5 Scotland Hearts 0–2 (Report) 0–3 (Report)
AB Denmark 9–0 Faroe Islands B36 8–0 (Report) 1–0 (Report)
Coleraine Northern Ireland 1–3 Sweden Örgryte 1–2 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Ararat Yerevan Armenia 3–4 Slovakia Košice 2–3 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
Napredak Kruševac Serbia and Montenegro 6–2 Estonia Viljandi Tulevik 5–1 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
MTK Hungária Hungary 5–2 Finland Jokerit 1–0 (Report) 4–2 (Report)
Vorskla Poltava Ukraine 4–0 Republic of Macedonia Rabotnički 2–0 (Report) 2–0 (Report)
ÍA Akraness Iceland 2–6 Belgium Gent 2–3 (Report) 0–3 (Report)
Bangor City Wales 0–11 Sweden Halmstad 0–7 (Report) 0–4 (Report)
Ventspils Latvia 3–4 Hungary Vasas 2–1 (Report) 1–3 (a.e.t.) (Report)
Jeunesse Esch Luxembourg 0–11 Scotland Celtic 0–4 (Report) 0–7 (Report)
Drnovice Czech Republic 4–0 Bosnia and Herzegovina Budućnost Banovići 3–0 (Report) 1–0 (Report)
Tomori Berat Albania 2–5 Cyprus APOEL 2–3 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
Rapid Bucureşti Romania 3–1 Armenia MIKA 3–0 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
WIT Georgia Georgia (country) 1–4 Israel Beitar Jerusalem 0–3 (Report) 1–1 (Report)
Omonia Cyprus 1–2 Bulgaria Naftex Burgas 0–0 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
Željezničar Bosnia and Herzegovina 1–3 Poland Wisła Kraków 0–0 (Report) 1–3 (Report)
Sheriff Tiraspol Moldova 0–3 Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana 0–0 (Report) 0–3 (Report)
Gandja Azerbaijan 0–7 Turkey Antalyaspor 0–2 (Report) 0–5 (Report)
Žalgiris Vilnius Lithuania 2–7 Poland Ruch Chorzów 2–1 (Report) 0–6 (Report)
Aberdeen Scotland 2–2(a) Republic of Ireland Bohemian 1–2 (Report) 1–0 (Report)
GÍ Gøta Faroe Islands 1–4 Sweden Norrköping 0–2 (Report) 1–2 (Report)
Liepās Metalurgs Latvia 1–2 Norway Brann 1–1 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Slavia-Mozyr Belarus 1–1(a) Israel Maccabi Haifa 1–1 (Report) 0–0 (Report)
Slovan Bratislava Slovakia 4–0 Georgia (country) Lokomotivi Tbilisi 2–0 (Report) 2–0 (Report)
Sliema Wanderers Malta 3–5 Serbia and Montenegro Partizan 2–1 (Report) 1–4 (Report)
Constructorul Chişinău Moldova 2–11 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 2–3 (Report) 0–8 (Report)
AIK Sweden 3–0 Belarus Gomel 1–0 (Report) 2–0 (Report)
HJK Finland 4–3 Luxembourg Grevenmacher 4–1 (Report) 0–2 (Report)
Glentoran Northern Ireland 0–4 Norway Lillestrøm 0–3 (Report) 0–1 (Report)
Ekranas Lithuania 0–7 Belgium Lierse 0–3 (Report) 0–4 (Report)
Boavista Portugal 5–0 Wales Barry Town 2–0 (Report) 3–0 (Report)
Constelació Esportiva Andorra 0–16 Spain Rayo Vallecano 0–10 (Report) 0–6 (Report)
Lausanne Sports Switzerland 2–0 Republic of Ireland Cork City 1–0 (Report) 1–0 (Report)
Rijeka Croatia 8–6 Malta Valletta 3–2 (Report) 5–4 (a.e.t.) (Report)
Amica Wronki Poland 6–3 Liechtenstein Vaduz 3–0 (Report) 3–3 (Report)

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Zimbru Chişinău Moldova 1–4 Germany Hertha BSC 1–2 0–2
Antalyaspor Turkey 2–6 Germany Werder Bremen 2–0 0–6
Bohemian Republic of Ireland 2–3 Germany Kaiserslautern 1–3 1–0
Stuttgart Germany (a) 3–3 Scotland Hearts 1–0 2–3
Drnovice Czech Republic 0–1 Germany 1860 Munich 0–0 0–1
Lokomotiv Moscow Russia 4–2 Bulgaria Naftex Burgas 4–2 0–0
Norrköping Sweden 3–4 Czech Republic Slovan Liberec 2–2 1–2
Rapid Bucureşti Romania 0–1 England Liverpool 0–1 0–0
Zürich Switzerland 1–4 Belgium Racing Genk 1–2 0–2
Olimpija Ljubljana Slovenia 2–3 Spain Espanyol 2–1 0–2
Vorskla Poltava Ukraine 2–4 Portugal Boavista 1–2 1–2
Brøndby Denmark 1–2 Croatia Osijek 1–2 0–0
Ruch Chorzów Poland 1–7 Italy Internazionale 0–3 1–4
Pobeda Republic of Macedonia 0–6 Italy Parma 0–2 0–4
Lausanne Sports Switzerland 5–2 Russia Torpedo Moscow 3–2 2–0
Celta de Vigo Spain 1–0 Croatia Rijeka 0–0 1–0 (a.e.t.)
Leicester City England 2–4 Serbia and Montenegro Red Star Belgrade 1–1 1–31
Roda JC Netherlands 1–4 Slovakia Inter Bratislava 0–2 1–2
Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih Ukraine 0–6 France Nantes 0–1 0–5
PAOK Greece 6–4 Israel Beitar Jerusalem 3–1 3–3
Slavia Prague Czech Republic 5–0 Denmark AB 3–0 2–0
Rapid Wien Austria 4–1 Sweden Örgryte 3–0 1–1
Gent Belgium 0–9 Netherlands Ajax 0–6 0–3
Lillestrøm Norway 4–3 Russia Dynamo Moscow 3–1 1–2
Košice Slovakia 2–3 Austria Grazer 2–3 0–0
CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 2–2 (a) Hungary MTK Hungária 1–2 1–0
Deportivo Alavés Spain 4–3 Turkey Gaziantepspor 0–0 4–3
Tirol Innsbruck Austria 5–3 Italy Fiorentina 3–1 2–2
Club Brugge Belgium 3–0 Cyprus APOEL 2–0 1–0
CSKA Moscow Russia 0–1 Denmark Viborg 0–0 0–1 (a.e.t.)
Celtic Scotland 3–2 Finland HJK 2–0 1–2 (a.e.t.)
Gueugnon France 0–1 Greece Iraklis 0–0 0–1
Chelsea England 1–2 Switzerland St. Gallen 1–0 0–2
Real Zaragoza Spain 5–5 (3–4 p) Poland Wisła Kraków 4–1 1–4 (a.e.t.)
Molde Norway 1–2 Spain Rayo Vallecano 0–1 1–1
HIT Gorica Slovenia 1–11 Italy Roma 1–4 0–7
AIK Sweden 1–2 Denmark Herfølge 0–1 1–1 (a.e.t.)
Vitesse Netherlands 4–2 Israel Maccabi Haifa 3–0 1–2
Vasas Hungary 2–4 Greece AEK Athens 2–2 0–2
Partizan Serbia and Montenegro 1–2 Portugal Porto 1–1 0–1
Alania Vladikavkaz Russia 0–5 Poland Amica Wronki 0–3 0–2
Halmstad Sweden 4–3 Portugal Benfica 2–1 2–2
Dunaferr Hungary 1–4 Netherlands Feyenoord 0–1 1–3
Lierse Belgium 1–5 France Bordeaux 0–0 1–5
Polonia Warsaw Poland 0–3 Italy Udinese 0–1 0–2
Basel Switzerland 7–6 Norway Brann 3–2 4–4
Napredak Kruševac Serbia and Montenegro 0–6 Greece OFI Crete 0–0 0–6
Slovan Bratislava Slovakia 1–4 Croatia Dinamo Zagreb 0–3 1–1

1 This match was played at Prater Stadium in Vienna instead of at Red Star's home ground in Belgrade because Leicester City club leadership managed to convince UEFA that playing in FR Yugoslavia somehow posed a security risk to them due to the political situation in the country at the time. The UEFA's decision came on 12 September 2000 – only nine days before the game's originally scheduled date (21 September 2000). UEFA's decision to not only move the tie to a neutral location, but to also postpone it for a week was a highly controversial precedent since no other team that was drawn to play Yugoslav teams that season (including F.C. Porto and Celta de Vigo among others) got similar treatment.[1]

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Iraklis Greece 4–5 Germany Kaiserslautern 1–3 3–2
Osijek Croatia 4–1 Austria Rapid Wien 2–1 2–0
Udinese Italy 1–3 Greece PAOK 1–0 0–3 (a.e.t.)
Werder Bremen Germany 9–3 Belgium Racing Genk 4–1 5–2
Halmstad Sweden 4–5 Germany 1860 Munich 3–2 1–3
AEK Athens Greece 6–2 Denmark Herfølge 5–0 1–2
Hertha BSC Germany 4–2 Poland Amica Wronki 3–1 1–1
Lillestrøm Norway 3–5 Spain Deportivo Alavés 1–3 2–2
Internazionale Italy (a) 1–1 Netherlands Vitesse 0–0 1–1
Bordeaux France 3–2 Scotland Celtic 1–1 2–1 (a.e.t.)
Espanyol Spain 4–1 Austria Grazer 4–0 0–1
Boavista Portugal 1–2 Italy Roma 0–1 1–1
Tirol Innsbruck Austria 2–3 Germany Stuttgart 1–0 1–3
Red Star Belgrade Serbia and Montenegro 4–5 Spain Celta de Vigo 1–0 0–31
Lokomotiv Moscow Russia 3–1 Slovakia Inter Bratislava 1–0 2–1
Basel Switzerland 1–3 Netherlands Feyenoord 1–2 0–1
Liverpool England 4–2 Czech Republic Slovan Liberec 1–0 3–2
Rayo Vallecano Spain (a) 2–2 Denmark Viborg 1–0 1–2
Lausanne Switzerland 3–2 Netherlands Ajax 1–0 2–2
Nantes France 3–1 Hungary MTK Hungária 2–1 1–0
Club Brugge Belgium 3–2 Switzerland St. Gallen 2–1 1–1
Parma Italy 2–1 Croatia Dinamo Zagreb 2–0 0–1
OFI Crete Greece 3–6 Czech Republic Slavia Prague 2–2 1–4
Wisła Kraków Poland 0–3 Portugal Porto 0–0 0–3

1 This 2nd leg match in Vigo actually ended with the score 5–3 for the hosts Celta, but was later officially recorded as 3–0 walkover since it was discovered that Red Star fielded two suspended players.

Third round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Hertha BSC Germany 1–2 Italy Internazionale 0–0 1–2
Parma Italy 4–2 Germany 1860 Munich 2–2 2–0
Feyenoord Netherlands 3–4 Germany Stuttgart 2–2 1–2
Lokomotiv Moscow Russia 0–2 Spain Rayo Vallecano 0–0 0–2
PSV Netherlands 4–0 Greece PAOK 3–0 1–0
Roma Italy 4–0 Germany Hamburg 1–0 3–0
Nantes France 7–4 Switzerland Lausanne 4–3 3–1
Bordeaux France 4–1 Germany Werder Bremen 4–1 0–0
Olympiacos Greece 2–4 England Liverpool 2–2 0–2
Bayer Leverkusen Germany 4–6 Greece AEK Athens 4–4 0–2
Shakhtar Donetsk Ukraine 0–1 Spain Celta de Vigo 0–0 0–1
Deportivo Alavés Spain 4–2 Norway Rosenborg 1–1 3–1
Espanyol Spain 0–2 Portugal Porto 0–2 0–0
Osijek Croatia 3–5 Czech Republic Slavia Prague 2–0 1–5
Club Brugge Belgium 1–3 Spain Barcelona 0–2 1–1
Rangers Scotland 1–3 Germany Kaiserslautern 1–0 0–3

Fourth round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Slavia Prague Czech Republic 0–1 Germany Kaiserslautern 0–0 0–1
Stuttgart Germany 1–2 Spain Celta de Vigo 0–0 1–2
PSV Netherlands (a)4–4 Italy Parma 2–1 2–3
AEK Athens Greece 0–6 Spain Barcelona 0–1 0–5
Deportivo Alavés Spain 5–3 Italy Internazionale 3–3 2–0
Porto Portugal 4–3 France Nantes Atlantique 3–1 1–2
Rayo Vallecano Spain 6–2 France Bordeaux 4–1 2–1
Roma Italy 1–2 England Liverpool 0–2 1–0

First leg[edit]

15 February 2001
Slavia Prague Czech Republic 0–0 Germany Kaiserslautern
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Strahov Stadium, Prague
Attendance: 17,840
Referee: Eric Romain (France)

15 February 2001
Stuttgart Germany 0–0 Spain Celta de Vigo
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Report


15 February 2001
PSV Netherlands 2–1 Italy Parma
Ooijer Goal 24'
Rommedahl Goal 73'
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Mboma Goal 67'
Philips Stadion, Eindhoven
Attendance: 31,000
Referee: Kyros Vassaras (Greece)

15 February 2001
AEK Athens Greece 0–1 Spain Barcelona
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Report

Luis Enrique Goal 41'
Nikos Goumas Stadium, Athens
Attendance: 24,404
Referee: Graham Poll (England)

15 February 2001
Deportivo Alavés Spain 3–3 Italy Internazionale
Moreno Goal 44'
Téllez Goal 70'
Alonso Goal 73'
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Report

Recoba Goal 45+'50'
Vieri Goal 65'
Estadio Mendizorrotza, Vitoria
Attendance: 17,307
Referee: Alain Hamer (Luxembourg)

15 February 2001
Porto Portugal 3–1 France Nantes Atlantique
Esquerdinha Goal 16' (pen.)
Gillet Goal 59' (o.g.)
Secretário Goal 85'
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Report

Ahamada Goal 14'
Estádio das Antas, Porto
Attendance: 22,100
Referee: Konrad Plautz (Austria)

15 February 2001
Rayo Vallecano Spain 4–1 France Bordeaux
de Quintana Goal 19'
Bolic Goal 73'
Quevedo Goal 82'
Míchel Goal 90'
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Laslandes Goal 2'
Estadio Teresa Rivero, Madrid
Attendance: 5,468
Referee: Domenico Messina (Italy)

15 February 2001
Roma Italy 0–2 England Liverpool
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Owen Goal 46'72'
Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Attendance: 59,718
Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)

Second leg[edit]

Kaiserslautern won 1–0 on aggregate.


22 February 2001
Celta de Vigo Spain 2–1 Germany Stuttgart
Karpin Goal 6'
Mostovoi Goal 85'
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Blank Goal 45'
Balaídos, Vigo
Attendance: 19,000
Referee: Pierluigi Collina (Italy)

Celta de Vigo won 2–1 on aggregate.


22 February 2001
Parma Italy 3–2 Netherlands PSV
Milošević Goal 64' (pen.)69'
Montaño Goal 90'
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Report

Rommedahl Goal 32'
Kežman Goal 45'
Stadio Ennio Tardini, Parma
Attendance: 11,883
Referee: Claude Colombo (France)

PSV 4–4 Parma on aggregate. PSV won on away goals rule.


22 February 2001
Barcelona Spain 5–0 Greece AEK Athens
Luis Enrique Goal 22'31'60'
Rivaldo Goal 57'
Gerard Goal 87' (pen.)
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Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 33,623
Referee: Stefano Braschi (Italy)

Barcelona won 6-0 on aggregate.


22 February 2001
Internazionale Italy 0–2 Spain Alavés
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Cruyff Goal 78'
Tomić Goal 83'
San Siro, Milan
Attendance: 9,845
Referee: Graham Barber (England)

Deportivo Alavés won 5–3 on aggregate.


22 February 2001
Nantes Atlantique France 2–1 Portugal Porto
Vahirua Goal 69'
Armand Goal 74'
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Pena Goal 35'
Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes
Attendance: 38,000
Referee: Juan Fernández Marín (Spain)

Porto won 4–3 on aggregate.


22 February 2001
Bordeaux France 1–2 Spain Rayo Vallecano
Mingo Goal 24' (o.g.) Report UEFA

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Cembranos Goal 20' (pen.)
Bolo Goal 50'
Parc Lescure, Bordeaux
Attendance: 16,017
Referee: Stuart Dougal (Scotland)

Rayo Vallecano won 6–2 on aggregate.


22 February 2001
Liverpool England 0–1 Italy Roma
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Guigou Goal 70'
Anfield, Liverpool
Attendance: 43,688
Referee: José María García-Aranda (Spain)

Liverpool won 2–1 on aggregate.

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Barcelona(a) Spain 4–4 Spain Celta de Vigo 2-1 2–3
Porto Portugal 0–2 England Liverpool 0–0 0–2
Deportivo Alavés Spain 4–2 Spain Rayo Vallecano 3–0 1–2
Kaiserslautern Germany 2–0 Netherlands PSV 1–0 1–0

First Leg[edit]

8 March 2001
Barcelona Spain 2–1 Spain Celta de Vigo
Kluivert Goal 13'56' Report UEFA

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Coira Goal 69'
Vágner Red card 22'
Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 42,593
Referee: Graham Barber (England)

8 March 2001
Porto Portugal 0–0 England Liverpool
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Estádio das Antas, Porto
Attendance: 21,502
Referee: Pierluigi Collina (Italy)

8 March 2001
Deportivo Alavés Spain 3–0 Spain Rayo Vallecano
Azkoitia Goal 30'
Eggen Goal 79'
Vučko Goal 80'
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Mendizorrotza Stadium, Alavés
Attendance: 12,352
Referee: Jan Wegereef (Netherlands)

8 March 2001
Kaiserslautern Germany 1–0 Netherlands PSV
Koch Goal 31' (p) Report UEFA

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Second Leg[edit]

15 March 2001
Celta de Vigo Spain 3–2 Spain Barcelona
Catanha Goal 34'
López Goal 64' (p)
Mostovoi Goal 90'
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Rivaldo Goal 29'44'
Balaídos, Vigo
Attendance: 25,500
Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)

Barcelona 4–4 Celta de Vigo on aggregate. Barcelona won on away goals rule.


15 March 2001
Liverpool England 2–0 Portugal Porto
Murphy Goal 32'
Owen Goal 38'
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Anfield, Liverpool
Attendance: 40,052
Referee: Kim Milton Nielsen (Denmark)

Liverpool won 2–0 on aggregate


15 March 2001
Rayo Vallecano Spain 2–1 Spain Deportivo Alavés
Quevedo Goal 41'
Cembranos Goal 80'
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Cruyff Goal 19'
Estadio Teresa Rivero, Madrid
Attendance: 7,100
Referee: Claude Colombo (France)

Deportivo Alavés won 4–2 on aggregate


15 March 2001
PSV Netherlands 0–1 Germany Kaiserslautern
Bruggink Penalty missed
van Bommel Yellow cardRed card 73'
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Basler Goal 71' (pen.)

Match interrupted for 16 minutes due to supporter disturbances.
Kaiserslautern won 2–0 on aggregate

Semi-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Alavés Spain 9–2 Germany Kaiserslautern 5–1 4–1
Barcelona Spain 0–1 England Liverpool 0–0 0–1

First leg[edit]

5 April 2001 (2001-04-05)
21:15
Alavés Spain 5–1 Germany Kaiserslautern
Contra Goal 20' (pen.)31' (pen.)
Cruyff Goal 42'
Alonso Goal 57' (pen.)
Mocelin Goal 81'
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Koch Goal 68' (pen.)

5 April 2001 (2001-04-05)
21:15
Barcelona Spain 0–0 England Liverpool
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Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 90,832
Referee: Hellmut Krug (Germany)

Second leg[edit]

19 April 2001 (2001-04-19)
20:30
Kaiserslautern Germany 1–4 Spain Alavés
Djorkaeff Goal 7' Report UEFA

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Alonso Goal 23'
Vučko Goal 64'86'
Gañán Goal 88'

Alavés won 9–2 on aggregate.


19 April 2001 (2001-04-19)
20:05
Liverpool England 1–0 Spain Barcelona
McAllister Goal 44' (pen.) Report UEFA

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Anfield, Liverpool
Attendance: 44,500
Referee: Urs Meier (Switzerland)

Liverpool won 1–0 on aggregate.

Final[edit]

16 May 2001 (2001-05-16)
20:45
Liverpool England 5–4 (a.e.t.) Spain Alavés
Babbel Goal 3'
Gerrard Goal 16'
McAllister Goal 40' (pen.)
Fowler Goal 72'
Geli Golden goal in the 116th minute 116'  (o.g.)
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Alonso Goal 26'
Moreno Goal 47'49'
Cruyff Goal 88'
Westfalenstadion, Dortmund
Attendance: 48,050
Referee: Gilles Veissière (France)
Winner of the 2000–01 UEFA Cup
England
Liverpool
Third title

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "UEFA European Cups 2001/2002: Results and Qualification". Retrieved 2 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Regulations of the UEFA Cup 2000/01" (PDF). uefa.com. Union of European Football Associations. Retrieved 2 November 2012. 

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