Olympique de Marseille in European football

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Olympique de Marseille in European football
Club Olympique de Marseille
First entry 1962–63 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
Last entry 2015–16 UEFA Europa League
Titles
Champions League
Europa League 0
Cup Winners' Cup 0
Intertoto Cup
Super Cup 0

This article lists results for Olympique de Marseille in European competition. They are the French team to play the most times finals of UEFA competitions and the only to have won the UEFA Champions League.

Honours[edit]

Winners (1): 1993
Runners-up (1): 1991
Runners-up (2): 1999, 2004
Winners (1): 2005

Participations[edit]

As of 25 February 2016, Marseille have competed in:

Record by competition[edit]

As of 25 February 2016
Competition Played Won Drawn Lost Goals
for
Goals
against
UEFA Champions League 102 43 19 40 153 118
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 14 8 2 4 19 13
UEFA Europa League 76 33 22 21 108 81
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 6 3 0 3 7 9
UEFA Intertoto Cup 8 4 3 1 16 9
Intertoto Cup (Not UEFA-administered) 12 4 5 3 20 17
Total 218 95 51 72 323 246

Matches in Europe[edit]

Marseille's 1993 shirt
The shirt of Olympique Marseille's European champions, 1993
Ticket from the 1999 UEFA Cup Final
Les Phocéens were felled in the 1999 UEFA Cup Final by Parma
Ticket from Marseille vs. Manchester United, 1999
Marseille beat reigning European champions Manchester United in the 1999–2000 UEFA Champions League
Real Madrid vs. Marseille, 2009
Gabriel Heinze (No.19) faces his former club, in Marseille's 2009 clash with Real Madrid
FC Copenhagen vs. Marseille, 2010
The sky blue of Marseille enter the field away at F.C. Copenhagen in the UEFA Europa League, 2010
Arsenal vs. Marseille, 2011
Olympique face Arsenal in 2011
Arsenal vs. Marseille, 2013
Two years on, the Gunners and les Olympiens renew Champions League acquaintances
Season Competition Round Country Club Score
1962-63 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup First Round  BEL R. Union Saint-Gilloise 1-0 (H), 2-4 (A)
1968-69 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup First Round  TUR Göztepe Izmir 0-2 (H), 2-0 (A)[1]
1969 Intertoto Cup Group 1  SWE Malmö FF 1-1 (H), 0-1 (A)
  SUI Servette FC Genève 0-0 (A), 1-1 (H)
 FRG FC Kaiserslautern 0-6 (A), 1-0 (H)
1969-70 Cup Winners' Cup First Round  TCH Dukla Prague 0-1 (A), 2-0 (H)
Second Round  YUG Dinamo Zagreb 1-1 (H), 0-2 (A)
1970 Intertoto Cup Group B3  SWE AIK 2-2 (A), 6-2 (H)
 TCH Zagłębie Sosnowiec 3-1 (H), 2-3 (A)
  SUI FC Lausanne-Sport 4-0 (H), 0-0 (A)
1970-71 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup First Round  TCH Spartak Trnava 0-2 (A), 2-0 (H)[2]
1971-72 European Cup First Round  POL Górnik Zabrze 2-1 (H), 1-1 (A)
Second Round  NED Ajax 1-2 (H), 1-4 (A)
1972-73 European Cup First Round  ITA Juventus 1-0 (A), 0-3 (H)
1973-74 UEFA Cup First Round  LUX Union Luxembourg 5-0 (A), 7-1 (H)
Second Round  FRG 1. FC Köln 2-0 (H), 0-6 (A)
1975-76 UEFA Cup First Round  GDR Carl Zeiss Jena 0-3 (A), 0-1 (H)
1976-77 Cup Winners' Cup First Round  ENG Southampton FC 0-4 (A), 2-1 (H)
1987-88 Cup Winners' Cup First Round  GDR Lokomotive Leipzig 0-0 (A), 1-0 (H)
Second Round  YUG HNK Hajduk Split 4-0 (H), 3-0 (A)
Quarter-Final  FIN RoPS Rovaniemi 1-0 (A), 3-0 (H)
Semi-Final  NED Ajax 0-3 (H), 2-1 (A)
1989-90 European Cup First Round  DEN Brøndby IF 3-0 (H), 1-1 (A)
Second Round  GRE AEK Athens 2-0 (H), 1-1 (A)
Quarter-Final  BUL CSKA Sofia 1-0 (A), 3-1 (H)
Semi-Final  POR S.L. Benfica 2-1 (H), 0-1 (A)
1990-91 European Cup First Round  ALB Dinamo Tirana 5-1 (H), 0-0 (A)
Second Round  POL Lech Poznań 2-3 (A), 6-1 (H)
Quarter-Final  ITA AC Milan 1-1 (A), 3-0 (H)
Semi-Final  URS Spartak Moscow 3-1 (A), 2-1 (H)
Final  YUG Red Star Belgrade 0-0 (N)[3]
1991-92 European Cup First Round  LUX Union Luxembourg 5-0 (H), 5-0 (A)
Second Round  TCH Sparta Prague 3-2 (H), 1-2 (A)
1992-93 Champions League First Round  NIR Glentoran FC 5-0 (A), 3-0 (H)
Second Round  ROM FC Dinamo Bucureşti 0-0 (A), 2-0 (H)
Group 1  SCO Rangers FC 2-2 (A), 1-1 (H)
 BEL Club Brugge 3-0 (H), 1-0 (A)
 RUS CSKA Moscow 1-1 (A), 6-0 (H)
Final  ITA AC Milan 1-0 (N)
1994-95 UEFA Cup First Round  GRE Olympiacos 2-1 (A), 3-0 (H)
Second Round   SUI FC Sion 0-2 (A), 3-1 (H)
1998-99 UEFA Cup First Round  CZE Sigma Olomouc 2-2 (A), 4-0 (H)
Second Round  GER SV Werder Bremen 1-1 (A), 3-2 (H)
Third Round  FRA AS Monaco 2-2 (A), 1-0 (H)
Quarter-Final  ESP Celta de Vigo 2-1 (H), 0-0 (A)
Semi-Final  ITA Bologna FC 1909 0-0 (H), 1-1 (A)
Final  ITA AC Parma 0-3 (N)
1999-00 Champions League Group D  AUT Sturm Graz 2-0 (H), 2-3 (A)
 CRO Croatia Zagreb 2-1 (A), 2-2 (H)
 ENG Manchester United 1-2 (A), 1-0 (H)
Group D  ITA Lazio 0-2 (H), 1-5 (A)
 NED Feyenoord 0-3 (A), 0-0 (H)
 ENG Chelsea 1-0 (H), 0-1 (A)
2003-04 Champions League Third Qualifying Round  AUT Austria Wien 1-0 (A), 0-0 (H)
Group F  ESP Real Madrid 2-4 (A), 1-2 (H)
 SCG Partizan Belgrade 3-0 (H), 1-1 (A)
 POR FC Porto 2-3 (H), 0-1 (A)
2003-04 UEFA Cup Third Round  UKR Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 1-0 (H), 0-0 (A)
Fourth Round  ENG Liverpool F.C. 1-1 (A), 2-1 (H)
Quarter-Final  ITA Internazionale 1-0 (H), 1-0 (A)
Semi-Final  ENG Newcastle United FC 0-0 (A), 2-0 (H)
Final  ESP Valencia CF 0-2 (N)
2005 Intertoto Cup Third Round   SUI BSC Young Boys Bern 3-2 (A), 2-1 (H)
Semi-Final  ITA SS Lazio 1-1 (A), 3-0 (H)
Final  ESP Deportivo de La Coruña 0-2 (A), 5-1 (H)
2005-06 UEFA Cup First Round  BEL Germinal Beerschot 0-0 (A), 0-0 (H)[4]
Group F  RUS CSKA Moscow 2-1 (A)
 NED SC Heerenveen 1-0 (H)
 BUL Levski Sofia 0-1 (A)
 ROM FC Dinamo Bucureşti 2-1 (H)
Round of 32  ENG Bolton Wanderers FC 0-0 (A), 2-1 (H)
Round of 16  RUS FC Zenit Saint Petersburg 0-1 (H), 1-1 (A)
2006 Intertoto Cup Third Round  UKR Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 0-0 (H), 2-2 (A)
2006-07 UEFA Cup Second Qualifying Round   SUI BSC Young Boys Bern 3-3 (A), 0-0 (H)
First Round  CZE Mladá Boleslav 1-0 (H), 2-4 (A)
2007-08 Champions League Group A  TUR Beşiktaş JK 2-0 (H), 1-2 (A)
 ENG Liverpool F.C. 1-0 (A), 0-4 (H)
 POR FC Porto 1-1 (H), 1-2 (A)
2007-08 UEFA Cup Round of 32  RUS Spartak Moscow 3-0 (H), 0-2 (A)
Round of 16  RUS FC Zenit Saint Petersburg 3-1 (H), 0-2 (A)
2008-09 Champions League Third Qualifying Round  NOR SK Brann 1-0 (A), 2-1 (H)
Group D  ENG Liverpool F.C. 1-2 (H), 0-1 (A)
 NED PSV Eindhoven 0-2 (A), 3-0 (H)
 ESP Atlético Madrid 1-2 (A), 0-0 (H)
2008-09 UEFA Cup Round of 32  NED FC Twente 0-1 (H), 1-0 (A)[5]
Round of 16  NED Ajax 2-1 (H), 2-2 (A)
Quarter-Final  UKR Shakhtar Donetsk 0-2 (A), 1-2 (H)
2009-10 Champions League Group C  ITA AC Milan 1-2 (H), 1-1 (A)
 ESP Real Madrid 0-3 (A), 1-3 (H)
  SUI FC Zürich 1-0 (A), 6-1 (H)
2009-10 Europa League Round of 32  DEN FC Copenhagen 3-1 (A), 3-1 (H)
Round of 16  POR S.L. Benfica 1-1 (A), 1-2 (H)
2010-11 Champions League Group C  RUS Spartak Moscow 0-1 (H), 3-0 (A)
 ENG Chelsea 0-2 (A), 1-0 (H)
 SVK MŠK Žilina 1-0 (H), 7-0 (A)
Round of 16  ENG Manchester United 0-0 (H), 1-2 (A)
2011-12 Champions League Group F  GRE Olympiacos 1-0 (A), 0-1 (H)
 GER Borussia Dortmund 3-0 (H), 3-2 (A)
 ENG Arsenal 0-1 (H), 0-0 (A)
Round of 16  ITA Internazionale 1-0 (H), 1-2 (A)
Quarter-Final  GER Bayern Munich 0-2 (H), 0-2 (A)
2012–13 Europa League Third Qualifying Round  TUR Eskişehirspor 1-1 (A), 3-0 (H)
Play-off Round  MDA FC Sheriff 2-1 (A), 0-0 (H)
Group C  TUR Fenerbahçe SK 2–2 (A), 0–1 (H)
 CYP AEL Limassol 5–1 (H), 0–3 (A)
 GER Borussia Mönchengladbach 0–2 (A), 2–2 (H)
2013–14 Champions League Group F  ENG Arsenal 1-2 (H), 0-2 (A)
 GER Borussia Dortmund 0-3 (A), 1-2 (H)
 ITA Napoli 1-2 (H), 2-3 (A)
2015–16 Europa League Group F  NED FC Groningen 3-0 (A), 2-1 (H)
 CZE Slovan Liberec 0-1 (H), 4-2 (A)
 POR Braga 2-3 (A), 1-0 (H)
Round of 32  ESP Athletic Bilbao 0-1 (H), 1-1 (A)

Finals[edit]

Year Competition Opposing Team Score Venue
1991 European Cup Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 0–0 (3-5 on penalties) Italy Stadio San Nicola, Bari
1993 Champions League Italy Milan 1–0 Germany Olympic Stadium, Munich
1999 UEFA Cup Italy Parma 0–3 Russia Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
2004 UEFA Cup Spain Valencia 0–2 Sweden Ullevi, Göteborg
2005 Intertoto Cup Spain Deportivo de La Coruña 5–3 on aggregate Two-legged

Semi-finals[edit]

Year Competition Opposing Team Score Where the Final was Other Semi-finalists
1988 European Cup Winners' Cup Netherlands Ajax 2–4 France Stade de la Meinau Belgium Mechelen
Italy Atalanta
1990 European Cup Portugal Benfica 2–2* (ag) Austria Praterstadion Germany Bayern Munich
Italy Milan

Succession boxes[edit]

Preceded by
Spain FC Barcelona
UEFA Champions League Champions
1992/93
Runner-up: Italy A.C. Milan
Succeeded by
Italy A.C. Milan
Preceded by
France Lille OSC
Germany Schalke 04
Spain Villareal
UEFA Intertoto Cup Winners
2005
Runner-up: Spain Deportivo de La Coruña
Succeeded by
England Newcastle United

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