1983–84 European Cup

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1983–84 European Cup
Tournament details
Dates 14 September 1983 – 30 May 1984
Teams 32
Final positions
Champions England Liverpool (4th title)
Runners-up Italy Roma
Tournament statistics
Matches played 57
Goals scored 165 (2.89 per match)
Top scorer(s) Viktor Sokol (6 goals)

The 1983–84 season of the European Cup football club tournament was won for a fourth time by Liverpool in a penalty shootout in the final against Roma. The game had finished 1–1. Phil Neal had scored for Liverpool and Roberto Pruzzo for Roma. It was the seventh title in eight seasons for English clubs.

Hamburg, the defending champions, were eliminated by Dinamo București in the second round.

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Odense Denmark 0–6 England Liverpool 0–1 0–5
Lech Poznań Poland 2–4 Spain Athletic Bilbao 2–0 0–4
Ajax Netherlands 0–2 Greece Olympiacos 0–0 0–2
Benfica Portugal 6–2 Northern Ireland Linfield 3–0 3–2
Rába ETO Győr Hungary 4–1 Iceland Vikingur 2–1 2–0
Dinamo Minsk Soviet Union 3–2 Switzerland Grasshopper 1–0 2–2
Kuusysi Finland 0–4 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti 0–1 0–3
Hamburg West Germany (w/o) Albania Vllaznia
Fenerbahçe Turkey 0–5 Czechoslovakia Bohemians Prague 0–1 0–4
Rapid Wien Austria 4–3 France Nantes 3–0 1–3
Athlone Town Republic of Ireland 4–11 Belgium Standard Liège 2–3 2–8
Ħamrun Spartans Malta 0–6 Scotland Dundee United 0–3 0–3
CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 4–4a Cyprus Omonia 3–0 1–4
Roma Italy 4–2 Sweden Gothenburg 3–0 1–2
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 6–1 Luxembourg Jeunesse Esch 4–1 2–0
Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 5–1 Norway Viking 5–1 0–0

First leg[edit]

14 September 1983
Odense Denmark 0–1 England Liverpool
Report Dalglish Goal 14'


14 September 1983
Lech Poznań Poland 2–0 Spain Athletic Bilbao
Niewiadomski Goal 35'
Okoński Goal 44'
Report


14 September 1983
Ajax Netherlands 0–0 Greece Olympiacos
Report
De Meer, Amsterdam
Attendance: 20,000[1]

14 September 1983
Benfica Portugal 3–0 Northern Ireland Linfield
Sloan Goal 72' (o.g.)
Nené Goal 83'
Manne Goal 89'
Report


14 September 1983
Rába ETO Győr Hungary 2–1 Iceland Vikingur
Magyar Goal 27'
Burcsa Goal 34'
Report Thorvardarsson Goal 28'


14 September 1983
Dinamo Minsk Soviet Union 1–0 Switzerland Grasshopper
Kurnenin Goal 18' Report
Dinamo Stadium, Minsk
Attendance: 50,000[2]

14 September 1983
Kuusysi Finland 0–1 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti
Report Dragnea Goal 49'


14 September 1983
Fenerbahçe Turkey 0–1 Czechoslovakia Bohemians Prague
Report Hruška Goal 76'


14 September 1983
Rapid Wien Austria 3–0 France Nantes
Panenka Goal 16'38'
Hagmayr Goal 49'
Report


14 September 1983
Athlone Town Republic of Ireland 2–3 Belgium Standard Liège
Collins Goal 43'
Salmon Goal 63'
Report Hrubesch Goal 11'
Vandersmissen Goal 41'
Plessers Goal 60' (pen.)


14 September 1983
Ħamrun Spartans Malta 0–3 Scotland Dundee United
Report Reilly Goal 2'
Bannon Goal 22'
Sturrock Goal 55'


14 September 1983
CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 3–0 Cyprus Omonia
Mladenov Goal 52'
Yonchev Goal 56'
Slavkov Goal 62'
Report

14 September 1983
Roma Italy 3–0 Sweden Gothenburg
Vincenzi Goal 51'
Conti Goal 63'
Cerezo Goal 70'
Report

14 September 1983
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 4–1 Luxembourg Jeunesse Esch
Götz Goal 35'
Schulz Goal 39'
Ernst Goal 77'
Netz Goal 86'
Report Scuto Goal 18'


14 September 1983
Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 5–1 Norway Viking
Dimitrijević Goal 27'38'
Prekazi Goal 44'
Živković Goal 82'85'
Report Goodchild Goal 36'

Second leg[edit]

28 September 1983
Liverpool England 5–0 Denmark Odense
Robinson Goal 15'70'
Dalglish Goal 33'40'
Clausen Goal 55' (o.g.)
Report

Liverpool won 6–0 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Athletic Bilbao Spain 4–0 Poland Lech Poznań
Goikoetxea Goal 11'
Sola Goal 34' (pen.)
Noriega Goal 53'
Urquiaga Goal 84'
Report

Athletic Bilbao won 4–2 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Olympiacos Greece 2 – 0 (a.e.t.) Netherlands Ajax
Anastopoulos Goal 95'118' Report
OAKA Spiros Louis, Athens
Attendance: 80,000[3]

Olympiacos won 2–0 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Linfield Northern Ireland 2–3 Portugal Benfica
Diamantino Goal 29' (o.g.)
Walsh Goal 81'
Report Strömberg Goal 36'75'
Diamantino Goal 39'

Benfica won 6–2 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Vikingur Iceland 0–2 Hungary Rába ETO Győr
Report Magyar Goal 58'
Szentes Goal 86'

Rába ETO Győr won 4–1 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Grasshopper Switzerland 2–2 Soviet Union Dinamo Minsk
Ponte Goal 20'30' Report Kondratyev Goal 31'
Sokol Goal 84'

Dinamo Minsk won 3–2 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Dinamo Bucureşti Romania 3–0 Finland Kuusysi
Movilă Goal 48'
Augustin Goal 70'
Mulţescu Goal 89'
Report

Dinamo Bucharest won 4–0 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Bohemians Prague Czechoslovakia 4–0 Turkey Fenerbahçe
Zelenský Goal 20'
Novák Goal 56'86'
Chaloupka Goal 71'
Report

Bohemians Prague won 5–0 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Nantes France 3–1 Austria Rapid Wien
Baronchelli Goal 14'
Rio Goal 15'
Muller Goal 68' (pen.)
Report Panenka Goal 40'

Rapid Wien won 4–3 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Gothenburg Sweden 2–1 Italy Roma
Gardner Goal 29'
Holmgren Goal 75'
Report Pruzzo Goal 61'

Roma won 4–2 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Omonia Cyprus 4–1 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
Savvidis Goal 42'
Arsov Goal 48'
Kantalos Goal 85'
Gregory Goal 89'
Report Yonchev Goal 22'

CSKA Sofia 4–4 Omonia on aggregate. CSKA Sofia won on away goals.


28 September 1983
Standard Liège Belgium 8–2 Republic of Ireland Athlone Town
Jelikic Goal 1'
Delbrouk Goal 29'
Plessers Goal 31'70'
Daerden Goal 40'
Van Der Smissen Goal 47'
Tahamata Goal 59'
Wintacq Goal 64'
Report Salmon Goal 52'
Hitchcock Goal 74'
Stade Maurice Dufrasne, Liege
Referee: Jaromir Fausek (Czechoslovakia)

Standard Liege won 11–4 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Jeunesse Esch Luxembourg 0–2 East Germany Dynamo Berlin
Report Ullrich Goal 32'
Noack Goal 50'

Referee: Jean-François Crucke (Belgium)

Dynamo Berlin won 6–1 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Viking Norway 0–0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
Report

Referee: Bo Helen (Sweden)

Partizan won 5–1 on aggregate.


28 September 1983
Dundee United Scotland 3–0 Malta Ħamrun Spartans
Milne Goal 29'
Kirkwood Goal 44'46'
Report
Tannadice Park, Dundee
Referee: Jack Pucher (Northern Ireland)

Dundee United won 6–0 on aggregate.

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Liverpool England 1–0 Spain Athletic Bilbao 0–0 1–0
Olympiacos Greece 1–3 Portugal Benfica 1–0 0–3
Rába ETO Győr Hungary 4–9 Soviet Union Dinamo Minsk 3–6 1–3
Dinamo Bucureşti Romania 5–3 West Germany Hamburg 3–0 2–3
Bohemians Prague Czechoslovakia 2–2a Austria Rapid Wien 2–1 0–1
Standard Liège Belgium 0–4 Scotland Dundee United 0–0 0–4
CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 0–2 Italy Roma 0–1 0–1
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 2–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 2–0 0–1

First leg[edit]

19 October 1983
Liverpool England 0–0 Spain Athletic Bilbao
Report


19 October 1983
Olympiacos Greece 1–0 Portugal Benfica
Anastopoulos Goal 21' Report
OAKA Spiros Louis, Athens
Attendance: 75,537[3]

19 October 1983
Rába ETO Győr Hungary 3–6 Soviet Union Dinamo Minsk
Hannich Goal 13' (pen.)
Szentes Goal 63'
Szabó Goal 84'
Report Sokol Goal 3'10'42'
Kurnenin Goal 20'
Gotsmanov Goal 55'
Rumbutis Goal 70'


19 October 1983
Dinamo Bucureşti Romania 3–0 West Germany Hamburg
Augustin Goal 27'
Mulţescu Goal 60'
Orac Goal 81'
Report
Stadionul 23 August, Bucharest
Attendance: 70,000[4]
Referee: Keiser (Netherlands)

19 October 1983
Bohemians Prague Czechoslovakia 2–1 Austria Rapid Wien
Janečka Goal 26'
Němec Goal 90'
Report Keglevits Goal 45'


19 October 1983
Standard Liège Belgium 0–0 Scotland Dundee United
Report


19 October 1983
CSKA Sofia Bulgaria 0–1 Italy Roma
Report Falcão Goal 63'

19 October 1983
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 2–0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
Götz Goal 1'
Ernst Goal 37'
Report

Second leg[edit]

2 November 1983
Athletic Bilbao Spain 0–1 England Liverpool
Report Rush Goal 66'

Liverpool won 1–0 on aggregate.


2 November 1983
Benfica Portugal 3–0 Greece Olympiacos
Filipović Goal 17'
Diamantino Goal 28'
Manne Goal 75'
Report
Estádio da Luz, Lisbon
Attendance: 65,000[5]

Benfica won 3–1 on aggregate.


2 November 1983
Dinamo Minsk Soviet Union 3–1 Hungary Rába ETO Győr
Sokol Goal 41'62'
Kondratyev Goal 63'
Report Hannich Goal 31' (pen.)
Dinamo Stadium, Minsk
Attendance: 50,050[2]

Dinamo Minsk won 9–4 on aggregate.


2 November 1983
Hamburg West Germany 3–2 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti
Jakobs Goal 45'56'
von Heesen Goal 62'
Report Ţălnar Goal 85'
Mulţescu Goal 90'
Volksparkstadion, Hamburg
Referee: Johansson (Sweden)

Dinamo Bucharest won 5–3 on aggregate.


2 November 1983
Rapid Wien Austria 1–0 Czechoslovakia Bohemians Prague
Krankl Goal 6' Report

Bohemians Prague 2–2 Rapid Wien on aggregate. Rapid Wien won on away goals.


2 November 1983
Dundee United Scotland 4–0 Belgium Standard Liège
Milne Goal 26'44'
Hegarty Goal 51'
Dodds Goal 68'
Report

Dundee United won 4–0 on aggregate.


2 November 1983
Roma Italy 1–0 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia
Graziani Goal 80' Report

Roma won 2–0 on aggregate.


2 November 1983
Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1–0 East Germany Dynamo Berlin
Prekazi Goal 28' Report

Dynamo Berlin won 2–1 on aggregate.

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Liverpool England 5–1 Portugal Benfica 1–0 4–1
Dinamo Minsk Soviet Union 1–2 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti 1–1 0–1
Rapid Wien Austria 2–2a Scotland Dundee United 2–1 0–1
Roma Italy 4–2 East Germany Dynamo Berlin 3–0 1–2

First leg[edit]

7 March 1984
Liverpool England 1–0 Portugal Benfica
Rush Goal 66' Report


7 March 1984
Dinamo Minsk Soviet Union 1–1 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti
Gurinovich Goal 7' Report Rednic Goal 88'
Dinamo Stadium, Minsk
Attendance: 14,000[2]
Referee: Castillo (Spain)

7 March 1984
Rapid Wien Austria 2–1 Scotland Dundee United
Hagmayr Goal 76'
Kranjčar Goal 87'
Report Stark Goal 30'


7 March 1984
Roma Italy 3–0 East Germany Dynamo Berlin
Graziani Goal 67'
Pruzzo Goal 75'
Cerezo Goal 90'
Report

Second leg[edit]

21 March 1984
Benfica Portugal 1–4 England Liverpool
Nené Goal 74' Report Whelan Goal 9'88'
Johnston Goal 33'
Rush Goal 78'
Estádio da Luz, Lisbon
Attendance: 70,000[5]

Liverpool won 5–1 on aggregate.


21 March 1984
Dinamo Bucureşti Romania 1–0 Soviet Union Dinamo Minsk
Augustin Goal 10' Report

Dinamo Bucharest won 2–1 on aggregate.


21 March 1984
Dundee United Scotland 1–0 Austria Rapid Wien
Dodds Goal 23' Report

Rapid Wien 2–2 Dundee United on aggregate. Dundee United won on away goals.


21 March 1984
Dynamo Berlin East Germany 2–1 Italy Roma
Thom Goal 76'
Ernst Goal 86'
Report Oddi Goal 56'

Roma won 4–2 on aggregate.

Semi-finals[edit]

The tie between Roma and Dundee United was controversial; it was later alleged that Roma had bribed Michel Vautrot, the referee for the second leg.[6] The Liverpool vs Dinamo Bucharest tie was highly physical and confrontational in nature.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Liverpool England 3–1 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti 1–0 2–1
Dundee United Scotland 2–3 Italy Roma 2–0 0–3

First leg[edit]

11 April 1984
Liverpool England 1–0 Romania Dinamo Bucureşti
Lee Goal 25' Report

11 April 1984
Dundee United Scotland 2–0 Italy Roma
Dodds Goal 47'
Stark Goal 60'
Report

Second leg[edit]

25 April 1984
Dinamo Bucureşti Romania 1–2 England Liverpool
Orac Goal 39' Report Rush Goal 11'84'

Liverpool won 3–1 on aggregate.


25 April 1984
Roma Italy 3–0 Scotland Dundee United
Pruzzo Goal 23'40'
Di Bartolomei Goal 58' (pen.)
Report

Roma won 3–2 on aggregate.

Final[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

The top scorers from the 1983–84 European Cup are as follows:

Rank Name Team Goals
1 Soviet Union Viktor Sokol Soviet Union Dinamo Minsk 6
2 Italy Roberto Pruzzo Italy Roma 5
Wales Ian Rush England Liverpool 5
5 Romania Ionel Augustin Romania Dinamo Bucureşti 3
Romania Gheorghe Mulţescu Romania Dinamo Bucureşti 3
Scotland Kenny Dalglish England Liverpool 3
Scotland Davie Dodds Scotland Dundee United 3
Scotland Ralph Milne Scotland Dundee United 3
East Germany Rainer Ernst East Germany Dynamo Berlin 3
Czechoslovakia Antonín Panenka Austria Rapid Wien 3
Greece Nikos Anastopoulos Greece Olympiacos 3

References[edit]

External links[edit]