Hibernian F.C. in European football

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This article details the history of Hibernian F.C. in European football competitions. Hibs were the first ever British club to enter a major European footballing competition, doing so in the first ever season of the European Cup.[1] Hibs have lost on four occasions to a club that went on to win the competition they were participating in, and have themselves reached the quarter-final of competitions on five occasions. The club played many of the major clubs during the 1960s and 1970s on an almost annual basis, but have qualified for European competition much less frequently since then.[2]

Overview[edit]

     = Hibs win      = Draw      = Hibs defeat

The number of goals scored by Hibs is on the left in each instance.

Competition Season Round Opposition 1st Leg Venue Date 2nd Leg Venue Date Agg Notes
European Cup 1955–56 1R West Germany Rot-Weiss Essen 4–0 Away 14 September 1–1 Home 12 October 5–1
QF Sweden Djurgårdens IF 3–1 Away 23 November 1–0 Home 28 November 4–1
SF France Stade de Reims 0–2 Away 4 April 0–1 Home 18 April 0–3
Fairs Cup 1960–61 1R Switzerland Lausanne N/A Walkover
QF Spain Barcelona 4–4 Away 27 December 3–2 Home 22 February 7–6
SF Italy A.S. Roma 2–2 Home 19 April 3–3 Away 26 April 5–5 Playoff
Playoff Italy A.S. Roma 0–6 Away 27 May N/A
1961–62 1R Portugal Belenenses 3–3 Home 4 September 3–1 Away 27 September 6–4
2R Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 0–4 Away 1 November 0–1 Home 15 November 0–5
1962–63 1R Denmark Stævnet 4–0 Home 3 October 3–2 Away 23 October 7–2
2R Netherlands Utrecht XI 1–0 Away 27 November 2–1 Home 12 December 3–1
QF Spain Valencia 0–5 Away 13 March 2–1 Home 3 April 2–6
1965–66 1R Spain Valencia 2–0 Home 8 September 0–2 Away 12 October 2–2 Playoff
Playoff Spain Valencia 0–3 Away 3 November N/A
1967–68 1R Portugal F.C. Porto 3–0 Home 20 September 1–3 Away 4 October 4–3
2R Italy Napoli 1–4 Away 22 November 5–0 Home 29 November 6–4
QF England Leeds United 0–1 Away 20 December 1–1 Home 10 January 1–2
1968–69 1R Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia NK Olimpija 3–0 Away 18 September 2–1 Home 2 October 5–1
2R East Germany Lokomotive Leipzig 3–1 Home 13 November 1–0 Away 27 November 4–1
3R West Germany Hamburg 0–1 Away 18 December 2–1 Home 15 January 2–2 Away goals
1970–71 1R Sweden Malmo 6–0 Home 16 September 3–2 Away 30 September 9–2
2R Portugal Vitória S.C. 2–0 Home 14 October 1–2 Away 28 October 3–2
3R England Liverpool 0–1 Home 9 December 0–2 Away 15 December 0–3
Cup Winners' Cup 1972–73 1R Portugal Sporting Portugal 1–2 Away 13 September 6–1 Home 27 September 7–3
2R Albania KS Besa Kavajë 7–1 Home 25 October 1–1 Away 8 November 8–2
QF Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 4–2 Home 7 March 0–3 Away 21 March 4–5
UEFA Cup 1973–74 1R Iceland Keflavík 2–0 Home 19 September 1–1 Away 3 October 3–1
2R England Leeds United 0–0 Away 24 October 0–0 Home 7 November 0–0 (4–5 penalties)
1974–75 1R Norway Rosenborg BK 3–2 Away 18 September 9–1 Home 2 October 12–3
2R Italy Juventus 2–4 Home 23 October 0–4 Away 6 November 2–8
1975–76 1R England Liverpool 1–0 Home 17 September 1–3 Away 30 September 2–3
1976–77 1R France Sochaux 1–0 Home 15 September 0–0 Away 29 September 1–0
2R Sweden Östers IF 2–0 Home 20 October 1–4 Away 3 November 3–4
1978–79 1R Sweden IFK Norrköping 3–2 Home 13 September 0–0 Away 27 September 3–2
2R France RC Strasbourg 0–2 Away 18 October 1–0 Home 1 November 1–2
1989–90 1R Hungary Videoton 1–0 Home 12 September 3–0 Away 26 September 4–0
2R Belgium R.F.C. de Liège 0–0 Home 18 October 0–0 Away 31 October 0–0 0–1 aet
1992–93 1R Belgium Anderlecht 2–2 Home 15 September 1–1 Away 29 September 3–3 Away goals
2001–02 1R Greece AEK Athens 0–2 Away 20 September 2–0 Home 27 September 2–2 3–4 aet
Intertoto Cup 2004 2R Lithuania FK Vėtra 1–1 Home 3 July 0–1 Away 10 July 1–2
UEFA Cup 2005–06 1R Ukraine FC Dnipro 0–0 Home 15 September 1–5 Away 29 September 1–5
Intertoto Cup 2006 2R Latvia Dinaburg FC 5–0 Home 2 July 3–0 Away 8 July 8–0
3R Denmark Odense Boldklub 0–1 Away 15 July 2–1 Home 22 July 2–2 Away goals
2008 2R Sweden IF Elfsborg 0–2 Home 6 July 0–2 Away 12 July 0–4
Europa League 2010–11 3QR Slovenia NK Maribor 0–3 Away 29 July 2–3 Home 5 August 2–6
2013–14 2QR Sweden Malmö FF 0–2 Away 18 July 0–7 Home 25 July 0–9
2016–17 2QR Denmark Brøndby IF 0–1 Home 14 July 1–0 Away 21 July 1–1 (3–5 penalties)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wilson, Richard (17 July 2005). "European Union". The Sunday Times. Retrieved 24 July 2010. 
  2. ^ Hardie, David (24 July 2010). "Hughes wants to build a Euro legacy". Edinburgh Evening News. Retrieved 24 July 2010. 

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