1979–80 European Cup

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1979–80 European Cup
Tournament details
Dates 29 August 1979 – 28 May 1980
Teams 33
Final positions
Champions England Nottingham Forest (2nd title)
Runners-up West Germany Hamburg
Tournament statistics
Matches played 63
Goals scored 185 (2.94 per match)
Top scorer(s) Denmark Søren Lerby
(10 goals)

The season 1979–80 of the European Cup football club tournament was won by defending champions Nottingham Forest in the final against Hamburg. The winning goal was scored by John Robertson, who drilled the ball into the corner of the Hamburg net from outside the penalty area. Forest became the only side to win the European Cup more times than their domestic top flight league, a record which still stands today.

Preliminary round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Dundalk Republic of Ireland 3–1 Northern Ireland Linfield 1–1 2–0

First leg[edit]

29 August 1979
Dundalk Republic of Ireland 1–1 Northern Ireland Linfield
Devine Goal 80' Report Feeney Goal 48'

Second leg[edit]

5 September 1979
Linfield Northern Ireland 0–2 Republic of Ireland Dundalk
Report Muckian Goal 14'88'

Dundalk won 3–1 on aggregate.

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Nottingham Forest England 3–1 Sweden Öster 2–0 1–1
Argeş Piteşti Romania 3–2 Greece AEK Athens 3–0 0–2
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 4–1 Poland Ruch Chorzów 4–1 0–0
Servette Switzerland 4–2 Belgium Beveren 3–1 1–1
Újpesti Dózsa Hungary 3–4 Czechoslovakia Dukla Prague 3–2 0–2
Start Norway 1–6 France Strasbourg 1–2 0–4
HJK Finland 2–16 Netherlands Ajax 1–8 1–8
Red Boys Differdange Luxembourg 3–7 Cyprus Omonia 2–1 1–6
Partizani Tirana Albania 2–4 Scotland Celtic 1–0 1–4
Dundalk Republic of Ireland 2–1 Malta Hibernians 2–0 0–1
Porto Portugal 1–0 Italy Milan 0–0 1–0
Levski-Spartak Bulgaria 0–3 Spain Real Madrid 0–1 0–2
Valur Iceland 1–5 West Germany Hamburg 0–3 1–2
Liverpool England 2–4 Soviet Union Dinamo Tbilisi 2–1 0–3
Vejle Denmark 4–3 Austria Austria Vienna 3–2 1–1
Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–0 Turkey Trabzonspor 1–0 1–0

First leg[edit]

19 September 1979
Nottingham Forest England 2–0 Sweden Öster
Bowyer Goal 63'73' Report


19 September 1979
Argeş Piteşti Romania 3–0 Greece AEK Athens
Nicolae Goal 49'80'
Radu Goal 65'
Report


19 September 1979
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 4–1 Poland Ruch Chorzów
Netz Goal 3'
Pelka Goal 18'79'
Riediger Goal 27'
Report Wycislik Goal 87'


19 September 1979
Servette Switzerland 3–1 Belgium Beveren
Van Genechten Goal 2' (o.g.)
Coutaz Goal 65'
Hamberg Goal 80'
Report Janssens Goal 5'


19 September 1979
Újpesti Dózsa Hungary 3–2 Czechoslovakia Dukla Prague
Sarlós Goal 42'
Nagy Goal 66'
Fazekas Goal 71' (pen.)
Report Gajdůšek Goal 3'
Nehoda Goal 58'


19 September 1979
Start Norway 1–2 France Strasbourg
Ervik Goal 81' Report Piasecki Goal 44'74'


19 September 1979
HJK Finland 1–8 Netherlands Ajax
Rautiainen Goal 50' Report Lerby Goal 6'33'
Tahamata Goal 20'70'
Arnesen Goal 37'68'
Krol Goal 53' (pen.)
La Ling Goal 63'


19 September 1979
Red Boys Differdange Luxembourg 2–1 Cyprus Omonia
Di Domenico Goal 20' (pen.)
Wagner Goal 69'
Report Patikis Goal 35'


19 September 1979
Partiani Tirana Albania 1–0 Scotland Celtic
Murati Goal 35' Report


19 September 1979
Dundalk Republic of Ireland 2–0 Malta Hibernians
Carlyle Goal 21'
Devine Goal 68'
Report


19 September 1979
Porto Portugal 0–0 Italy Milan
Report

19 September 1979
Levski-Spartak Bulgaria 0–1 Spain Real Madrid
Report Martínez Goal 26'


19 September 1979
Valur Iceland 0–3 West Germany Hamburg
Report Hrubesch Goal 18'26'
Buljan Goal 77'


19 September 1979
Liverpool England 2–1 Soviet Union Dinamo Tbilisi
Johnson Goal 19'
Case Goal 44'
Report Chivadze Goal 33'
Anfield, Liverpool
Attendance: 35,270

19 September 1979
Vejle Denmark 3–2 Austria Austria Vienna
Andersen Goal 8'
Rasmussen Goal 10'
Sørensen Goal 40' (pen.)
Report Baumeister Goal 38'
Schachner Goal 40'


19 September 1979
Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1–0 Turkey Trabzonspor
Primorac Goal 75' (pen.) Report

Second leg[edit]

3 October 1979
Öster Sweden 1–1 England Nottingham Forest
Nordgren Goal 52' Report Woodcock Goal 79'

Nottingham Forest won 3–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
AEK Athens Greece 2–0 Romania Argeş Piteşti
Ivan Goal 12' (o.g.)
Vladić Goal 20'
Report

Argeş Piteşti won 3–2 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
Ruch Chorzów Poland 0–0 East Germany Dynamo Berlin
Report

Dynamo Berlin won 4–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
Beveren Belgium 1–1 Switzerland Servette
Albert Goal 18' (pen.) Report Barberis Goal 37'

Servette won 4–2 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia 2–0 Hungary Újpesti Dózsa
Vízek Goal 24'
Nehoda Goal 88'
Report

Dukla Prague won 4–3 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
Strasbourg France 4–0 Norway Start
Bianchi Goal 13'39'69'
Decastel Goal 76'
Report

Strasbourg won 6–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
Ajax Netherlands 8–1 Finland HJK
Krol Goal 6'68' (pen.)
Blanker Goal 15'53'61'88'
Everse Goal 20'
Lerby Goal 30'
Report Toivola Goal 85'

Ajax won 16–2 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
Omonia Cyprus 6–1 Luxembourg Red Boys Differdange
Kaiafas Goal 7'45' (pen.)70' (pen.)71'
Kanaris Goal 8'
Dimitriou Goal 40'
Report Schmidt Goal 42'

Omonia won 7–3 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
Celtic Scotland 4–1 Albania Partiani Tirana
MacDonald Goal 20'
Aitken Goal 22'44'
Davidson Goal 31'
Report Sneddon Goal 15' (o.g.)

Celtic won 4–2 on aggregate.


26 September 1979
Hibernians Malta 1–0 Republic of Ireland Dundalk
Vella Goal 67' Report

Dundalk won 2–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
Milan Italy 0–1 Portugal Porto
Report Duda Goal 60'

Porto won 1–0 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
Real Madrid Spain 2–0 Bulgaria Levski-Spartak
del Bosque Goal 20'
Cunningham Goal 32' (pen.)
Report

Real Madrid won 3–0 on aggregate.


19 September 1979
Hamburg West Germany 2–1 Iceland Valur
Hrubesch Goal 50'
Wehmeyer Goal 74'
Report Eðvaldsson Goal 89'

Hamburg won 5–1 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
Dinamo Tbilisi Soviet Union 3–0 England Liverpool
Gutsaev Goal 55'
Shengelia Goal 75'
Chivadze Goal 81' (pen.)
Report
Dynamo Lenin Stadium, Tbilisi
Attendance: 90,000

Dinamo Tbilisi won 4–2 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
Austria Vienna Austria 1–1 Denmark Vejle
Gasselich Goal 51' Report Brylle Larsen Goal 35'

Vejle won 4–3 on aggregate.


3 October 1979
Trabzonspor Turkey 0–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split
Report Đorđević Goal 44'

Hajduk Split won 2–0 on aggregate.

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Nottingham Forest England 4–1 Romania Argeş Piteşti 2–0 2–1
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 4–3 Switzerland Servette 2–1 2–2
Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia 1–2 France Strasbourg 1–0 0–2
Ajax Netherlands 10–4 Cyprus Omonia 10–0 0–4
Celtic Scotland 3–2 Republic of Ireland Dundalk 3–2 0–0
Porto Portugal 2–2 (a) Spain Real Madrid 2–1 0–1
Hamburg West Germany 6–3 Soviet Union Dinamo Tbilisi 3–1 3–2
Vejle Denmark 2–4 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 0–3 2–1

First leg[edit]

24 October 1979
Nottingham Forest England 2–0 Romania Argeş Piteşti
Woodcock Goal 12'
Birtles Goal 16'
Report


24 October 1979
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 2–1 Switzerland Servette
Pelka Goal 8'
Netz Goal 10'
Report Cucinotta Goal 65'


24 October 1979
Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia 1–0 France Strasbourg
Vízek Goal 10' Report

24 October 1979
Ajax Netherlands 10–0 Cyprus Omonia
Lerby Goal 14'28'43'72'74'
Krol Goal 53' (pen.)
Arnesen Goal 59'
Blanker Goal 66'81'87'
Report


24 October 1979
Celtic Scotland 3–2 Republic of Ireland Dundalk
MacDonald Goal 4'
McCluskey Goal 31'
Burns Goal 33'
Report Muckian Goal 32'
Lawlor Goal 68'


24 October 1979
Porto Portugal 2–1 Spain Real Madrid
Fernando Gomes Goal 35'40' (pen.) Report Cunningham Goal 52'


24 October 1979
Hamburg West Germany 3–1 Soviet Union Dinamo Tbilisi
Kaltz Goal 36'
Keegan Goal 53'
Hartwig Goal 74'
Report Kipiani Goal 29'
Volksparkstadion, Hamburg
Attendance: 57,000
Referee: Georges Konrath  France

24 October 1979
Vejle Denmark 0–3 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split
Report Šurjak Goal 4'
Krstičević Goal 53'
Šalov Goal 65'

Second leg[edit]

7 November 1979
Argeş Piteşti Romania 1–2 England Nottingham Forest
Bărbulescu Goal 60' (pen.) Report Bowyer Goal 5'
Birtles Goal 23'

Nottingham Forest won 4–1 on aggregate.


7 November 1979
Servette Switzerland 2–2 East Germany Dynamo Berlin
Hamberg Goal 83'
Barberis Goal 90'
Report Brillat Goal 33'
Terletzki Goal 81'

Dynamo Berlin won 4–3 on aggregate.


7 November 1979
Strasbourg France 2–0 Czechoslovakia Dukla Prague
Piasecki Goal 67'
Decastel Goal 116'
Report

Strasbourg won 2–1 on aggregate.


7 November 1979
Omonia Cyprus 4–0 Netherlands Ajax
Tsikkos Goal 9'
Dimitriou Goal 15'
Kaiafas Goal 39'56'
Report

Ajax won 10–4 on aggregate.


7 November 1979
Dundalk Republic of Ireland 0–0 Scotland Celtic
Report

Celtic won 3–2 on aggregate.


7 November 1979
Real Madrid Spain 1–0 Portugal Porto
Goyo Benito Goal 71' Report

Porto 2–2 Real Madrid on aggregate. Real Madrid won on away goals.


7 November 1979
Dinamo Tbilisi Soviet Union 2–3 West Germany Hamburg
Gutsaev Goal 5'
Kipiani Goal 45'
Report Keegan Goal 34'
Hrubesch Goal 41'
Buljan Goal 56'

Hamburg won 6–3 on aggregate.


7 November 1979
Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1–2 Denmark Vejle
Zl. Vujović Goal 63' Report Brylle Larsen Goal 21'
Østergaard Goal 70'

Hajduk Split won 4–2 on aggregate.

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Nottingham Forest England 3–2 East Germany Dynamo Berlin 0–1 3–1
Strasbourg France 0–4 Netherlands Ajax 0–0 0–4
Celtic Scotland 2–3 Spain Real Madrid 2–0 0–3
Hamburg West Germany 3–3 (a) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 1–0 2–3

First leg[edit]

5 March 1980
Nottingham Forest England 0–1 East Germany Dynamo Berlin
Report Riediger Goal 63'


5 March 1980
Strasbourg France 0–0 Netherlands Ajax
Report


5 March 1980
Celtic Scotland 2–0 Spain Real Madrid
McCluskey Goal 52'
Doyle Goal 75'
Report


5 March 1980
Hamburg West Germany 1–0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split
Reimann Goal 45' Report

Second leg[edit]

19 March 1980
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 1–3 England Nottingham Forest
Terletzki Goal 49' (pen.) Report Francis Goal 15'35'
Robertson Goal 39' (pen.)

Nottingham Forest won 3–2 on aggregate.


5 March 1980
Ajax Netherlands 4–0 France Strasbourg
Schoenaker Goal 35'
Arnesen Goal 38'
Lerby Goal 55'
La Ling Goal 90'
Report

Ajax won 4–0 on aggregate.


19 March 1980
Real Madrid Spain 3–0 Scotland Celtic
Santillana Goal 45'
Stielike Goal 56'
Juanito Goal 86'
Report

Real Madrid won 3–2 on aggregate.


19 March 1980
Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 3–2 West Germany Hamburg
Zl. Vujović Goal 21'
Đorđević Goal 50'
Primorac Goal 86'
Report Hrubesch Goal 2'
Hieronymus Goal 23'
Gradski stadion u Poljudu, Split
Attendance: 52,000
Referee: Derflinger  Sweden

Hamburg 3–3 Hajduk Split on aggregate. Hamburg won on away goals.

Semi-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Nottingham Forest England 2–1 Netherlands Ajax 2–0 0–1
Real Madrid Spain 3–5 West Germany Hamburg 2–0 1–5

First leg[edit]

9 April 1980
Nottingham Forest England 2–0 Netherlands Ajax
Francis Goal 33'
Robertson Goal 61' (pen.)
Report


9 April 1980
Real Madrid Spain 2–0 West Germany Hamburg
Santillana Goal 67'80' Report

Second leg[edit]

23 April 1980
Ajax Netherlands 1–0 England Nottingham Forest
Lerby Goal 65' Report

Nottingham Forest won 2–1 on aggregate.


23 April 1980
Hamburg West Germany 5–1 Spain Real Madrid
Kaltz Goal 10' (pen.)40'
Hrubesch Goal 17'45'
MemeringGoal 90'
Report Cunningham Goal 31'

Hamburg won 5–3 on aggregate.

Final[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

The top scorers from the 1979–80 European Cup are as follows:

Rank Name Team Goals
1 Denmark Søren Lerby Netherlands Ajax 10
2 Netherlands Ton Blanker Netherlands Ajax 7
Germany Horst Hrubesch Germany Hamburg 7
4 Cyprus Sotiris Kaiafas Cyprus Omonia 6
5 Denmark Frank Arnesen Netherlands Ajax 4
Netherlands Ruud Krol Netherlands Ajax 4
7 Argentina Carlos Bianchi France Strasbourg 4
England Ian Bowyer England Nottingham Forest 3
England Laurie Cunningham Spain Real Madrid 3
Germany Manfred Kaltz Germany Hamburg 3
East Germany Hartmut Pelka East Germany Dynamo Berlin 4
France Francis Piasecki France Strasbourg 3
Scotland John Robertson England Nottingham Forest 3
Spain Santillana Spain Real Madrid 3

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