2006 UEFA Intertoto Cup

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2006 UEFA Intertoto Cup
Tournament details
Dates17 June 2006 – 22 July 2006
Teams49[1]
Final positions
ChampionsEngland Newcastle United
and 10 others (see below)
Tournament statistics
Matches played76
Goals scored351 (4.62 per match)
2005
2007

The 2006 UEFA Intertoto Cup was the first edition after a major change of the competition format. There were only three rounds instead of five, and eleven tournament co-winners qualified for the second qualifying round of the UEFA Cup (instead of three teams qualifying for the first round proper). Also, for the first time in the modern history of the competition, an outright winner was highlighted from the 11 co-winners of the Cup, with that honour going to the final-round Intertoto winner that advanced farthest in the UEFA Cup. This honour went to Newcastle United.

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Southern-Mediterranean region[2]
Pobeda North Macedonia 2–4 Romania Farul Constanţa 2–2 0–2
UE Sant Julià Andorra 0–8 Slovenia Maribor 0–3 0–5
Ethnikos Achna Cyprus 5–4 Albania Partizani 4–2 1–2
Zrinjski Bosnia and Herzegovina 4–1 Malta Marsaxlokk 3–0 1–1
Central-East region[2]
Kilikia Armenia 1–8 Georgia (country) Dinamo Tbilisi 1–5 0–3
Shakhter Karagandy Kazakhstan 4–6 Belarus MTZ-RIPO Minsk 1–5 3–1
Nitra Slovakia 12–2 Luxembourg Grevenmacher 6–2 6–0
MKT Araz Imisli Azerbaijan 1–2 Moldova Tiraspol 1–0 0–2
Northern region[2]
Keflavík Iceland 4–1 Northern Ireland Dungannon Swifts 4–1 0–0
Dinaburg Latvia 2–1 Faroe Islands Havnar Bóltfelag 1–1 1–0
Tampere United Finland 8–1 Wales Carmarthen Town 5–0 3–1
Narva Trans Estonia 1–8 Sweden Kalmar FF 1–6 0–2
Vėtra Lithuania 0–5 Republic of Ireland Shelbourne 0–1 0–4

First leg[edit]


UE Sant Julià Andorra0–3Slovenia Maribor
Zajc Goal 56'
Zeba Goal 85'90'
Attendance: 800
Referee: Lasha Silagava (Georgia)

Ethnikos Achna Cyprus4–2Albania Partizani
Kmetec Goal 21'48'59'
Stjepanović Goal 30'
Elis Bakaj Goal 66'
Sheta Goal 78'


Kilikia Armenia1–5Georgia (country) Dinamo Tbilisi
N. Erzrumyan Goal 42' Rodrigo Goal 36'
Dvali Goal 37'57'
Khutsishvili Goal 72'
Bobokhidze Goal 90'


Nitra Slovakia6–2Luxembourg Grevenmacher
Bališ Goal 14'
Rák Goal 18'78'84'
Hesek Goal 40'
Babic Goal 90+'
Božić Goal 55'87'

MKT Araz Imisli Azerbaijan1–0Moldova Tiraspol
Reshitsa Goal 65'

Keflavík Iceland4–1Northern Ireland Dungannon Swifts
Samuelsen Goal 16'
Steinarsson Goal 67'73' (pen.)
Þorsteinsson Goal 80'
Montgomery Goal 87'



Narva Trans Estonia1–6Sweden Kalmar FF
Kulatšenko Goal 2' Johansson Goal 44'
Santin Goal 62'
Ari Goal 67'86'
V. Elm Goal 70'
Petersson Goal 90+'

Vėtra Lithuania0–1Republic of Ireland Shelbourne
Dillon Goal 43'

Second leg[edit]

Farul Constanţa won 4–2 on aggregate.


Maribor Slovenia5–0Andorra UE Sant Julià
Rakič Goal 25'
Zajc Goal 27'
Vuksanović Goal 48'
Mihelič Goal 64'70'
Attendance: 1,200

Maribor won 8–0 on aggregate.


Ethnikos Achna FC won 5–4 on aggregate.


Marsaxlokk Malta1–1Bosnia and Herzegovina Zrinjski
Schembri Goal 34' Smajić Goal 81'

NK Zrinjski won 4–1 on aggregate.


Dinamo Tbilisi won 8–1 on aggregate.


MTZ-RIPO Minsk won 6–4 on aggregate.


Grevenmacher Luxembourg0–6Slovakia Nitra
Rák Goal 5'
Babic Goal 12'
Bališ Goal 51'
Čižmár Goal 57'
Hesek Goal 60'
Grajciar Goal 63'

Nitra won 12–2 on aggregate.


Tiraspol won 2–1 on aggregate.


Keflavík won 4–1 on aggregate.


Dinaburg won 2–1 on aggregate.


Carmarthen Town Wales1–3Finland Tampere United
Thomas Goal 36' Lehtinen Goal 8'38'48'

Tampere United won 8–1 on aggregate.


Kalmar FF Sweden2–0Estonia Narva Trans
R. Elm Goal 7'
Ari Goal 27'

Kalmar FF won 8–1 on aggregate.


Shelbourne Republic of Ireland4–0Lithuania Vėtra
Ryan Goal 36'
Byrne Goal 66'90+'
Crowe Goal 69'

Shelbourne won 5–0 on aggregate.

Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Southern-Mediterranean region[2]
Sopron Hungary 3–4 Turkey Kayserispor 3–3 0–1
Farul Constanţa Romania 3–2 Bulgaria Lokomotiv Plovdiv 2–1 1–1
Zeta* Montenegro 1–4 Slovenia Maribor 1–2 0–2
Maccabi Petah Tikva Israel 4–2 Bosnia and Herzegovina Zrinjski 1–1 3–1
Osijek Croatia 2–2(a) Cyprus Ethnikos Achna 2–2 0–0
Central-East region[2]
Grasshoppers Switzerland 4–0 Czech Republic Teplice 2–0 2–0
Nitra Slovakia 2–3 Ukraine Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 2–1 0–2
SV Ried Austria 4–1 Georgia (country) Dinamo Tbilisi 3–1 1–0
Tiraspol Moldova 4–1 Poland Lech Poznań 1–0 3–1
FC Moscow Russia 3–0 Belarus MTZ-RIPO Minsk 2–0 1–0
Northern region[2]
Tampere United Finland 3–5 Sweden Kalmar FF 1–2 2–3
OB Denmark 3–1 Republic of Ireland Shelbourne 3–0 0–1
Lillestrøm Norway 6–3 Iceland Keflavík 4–1 2–2
Hibernian Scotland 8–0 Latvia Dinaburg 5–0 3–0

* FK Zeta qualified for this season's UEFA competitions as member of the Football Association of Serbia and Montenegro during the 2005/06 season but was at the time of that match already a member of the Football Association of Montenegro.[3]

First leg[edit]

Sopron Hungary3–3Turkey Kayserispor
Feczesin Goal 47'
Korudzhiev Goal 66'
Ibric Goal 71'
Gökhan Goal 37' (pen.)45'
Topuz Goal 59'





Grasshoppers Switzerland2–0Czech Republic Teplice
Touré Goal 48'
Biscotte Goal 68'
Attendance: 1,000


SV Ried Austria3–1Georgia (country) Dinamo Tbilisi
Glasner Goal 7'
Drechsel Goal 47' (pen.)
Seo Goal 80'
Grigalashvili Goal 37'
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Dejan Stanišić (Montenegro)

Tiraspol Moldova1–0Poland Lech Poznań
Picușceac Goal 18'
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: David McKeon (Republic of Ireland)

FC Moscow Russia2–0Belarus MTZ-RIPO Minsk
Bystrov Goal 57'
Adamov Goal 86'
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Michalis Germanakos (Greece)

Tampere United Finland1–2Sweden Kalmar FF
Sipiläinen Goal 75' Hasani Goal 7'69'

OB Denmark3–0Republic of Ireland Shelbourne
Fevang Goal 28'42'58'

Lillestrøm Norway4–1Iceland Keflavík
Riise Goal 26'
Wehrman Goal 35'52'
Myklebust Goal 90'
Arnarson Goal 38'
Attendance: 609
Referee: Ihor Ischenko (Ukraine)

Hibernian Scotland5–0Latvia Dinaburg
Killen Goal 38'
Scott Brown Goal 49'
Sproule Goal 73'
Murphy Goal 75'
Fletcher Goal 85'
Attendance: 11,731
Referee: Siniša Zrnic (Bosnia)

1The match was played at FK Partizan's ground in Belgrade, Serbia, because FK Zeta's ground in Golubovci doesn't meet UEFA standards
2The match was played in Herzliya because Maccabi Petah Tikva's ground in Petah Tikva is undergoing renovations

Second leg[edit]

Kayserispor won 4–3 on aggregate.


Farul Constanţa won 3–2 on aggregate.


Maribor Slovenia2–0Montenegro Zeta
Zajc Goal 53'
Tomažič Šeruga Goal 90+'
Attendance: 2,700
Referee: Michael Svendsen (Denmark)

Maribor won 4–1 on aggregate.


Maccabi Petah Tikva won 4–2 on aggregate.


2–2 on aggregate, Ethnikos Achna won on away goals rule.


Teplice Czech Republic0–2Switzerland Grasshoppers
Pavlović Goal 52'
Eduardo Goal 85'
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Sergiy Berezka (Ukraine)

Grasshoppers won 4–0 on aggregate.


Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk won 3–2 on aggregate.


Dinamo Tbilisi Georgia (country)0–1Austria SV Ried
Drechsel Goal 66'
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Mark Steven Whitby (Wales)

SV Ried won 4–1 on aggregate.


Lech Poznań Poland1–3Moldova Tiraspol
Zakrzewski Goal 74' Picușceac Goal 21'
Sydorenko Goal 65'
Serghei Namașco Goal 72'
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Robert Krajnc (Slovenia)

Tiraspol won 4–1 on aggregate.


MTZ-RIPO Minsk Belarus0–1Russia FC Moscow
Adamov Goal 81' (pen.)
Attendance: 1,400
Referee: Marek Mikolajewski (Poland)

FC Moscow won 3–0 on aggregate.


Kalmar FF Sweden3–2Finland Tampere United
Carlsson Goal 38'
Hasani Goal 67'
Koroma Goal 90+'
Lehtinen Goal 31'
Wiss Goal 86'

Kalmar FF won 5–3 on aggregate.


Shelbourne Republic of Ireland1–0Denmark OB
N'Do Goal 32'

OB won 3–1 on aggregate.


Keflavík Iceland2–2Norway Lillestrøm
Kristjánsson Goal 58'
Rúnarsson Goal 67'
Myklebust Goal 10'
Koren Goal 19'
Attendance: 300
Referee: Andrejs Sipailo (Latvia)

Lillestrøm won 6–3 on aggregate.


Dinaburg Latvia0–3Scotland Hibernian
Konte Goal 18'56'
Sproule Goal 75'
Attendance: 350
Referee: Petteri Kari (Finland)

Hibernian won 8–0 on aggregate.

Third round[edit]

Eleven winning teams qualify for the second qualifying round of 2006–07 UEFA Cup

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Southern-Mediterranean region[2]
Auxerre* France 4–2 Romania Farul Constanţa 4–1 0–1
Larissa Greece 0–2 Turkey Kayserispor 0–0 0–2
Villarreal Spain 2–3 Slovenia Maribor 1–2 1–1
Maccabi Petah Tikva Israel 3–4 Cyprus Ethnikos Achna 0–2 3–2
Central-East region[2]
Grasshoppers Switzerland 3–2 Belgium Gent 2–1 1–1
Marseille France (a)2–2 Ukraine Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 0–0 2–2
Hertha BSC Germany 2–0 Russia FC Moscow 0–0^ 2–0
SV Ried Austria 4–2 Moldova Tiraspol 3–1 1–1
Northern region[2]
Newcastle United England 4–1 Norway Lillestrøm 1–1 3–0
Kalmar FF Sweden 2–3 Netherlands Twente 1–0 1–3
OB Denmark (a)2–2 Scotland Hibernian 1–0 1–2

^played on 16 July

*After consultations with UEFA, Italian qualifier Palermo was withdrawn by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) on 6 June 2006. Due to the ongoing match-fixing scandal in Italy, the FIGC could not officially confirm the 2005–06 Serie A standings in time for Palermo to compete in the Intertoto Cup and therefore French club Auxerre replaced Palermo, according to UEFA regulations governing the Intertoto Cup.

First leg[edit]



Villarreal Spain1–2Slovenia Maribor
Forlán Goal 71' Rakič Goal 40'
Mihelič Goal 83'


Grasshoppers Switzerland2–1Belgium Gent
Ristić Goal 50'
Salatić Goal 57'
Żewłakow Goal 3'
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Sorin Corpodean (Romania)

Marseille France0–0Ukraine Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
Attendance: 6,884
Referee: Bernardino González Vázquez (Spain)

Hertha BSC Germany0–0Russia FC Moscow

SV Ried Austria3–1Moldova Tiraspol
Drechsel Goal 26'
Martínez Goal 52'
Seo Goal 80'
Alexeev Goal 69'
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Cem Papila (Turkey)

Newcastle United England1–1Norway Lillestrøm
Luque Goal 50' Koren Goal 21'
Attendance: 31,059
Referee: Joeri van de Velde (Belgium)

Kalmar FF Sweden1–0Netherlands Twente
Blomberg Goal 51' (pen.)
Attendance: 2,684

OB Denmark1–0Scotland Hibernian
Sørensen Goal 32' (pen.)
Attendance: 2,341
Referee: Philippe Kalt (France)

Second leg[edit]

AJ Auxerre won 4–2 on aggregate.


Kayserispor won 2–0 on aggregate.


Maribor Slovenia1–1Spain Villarreal
Zajc Goal 89' Nihat Goal 85'
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Carlo Bertolini (Switzerland)

Maribor won 3–2 on aggregate.


Ethnikos Achna won 4–3 on aggregate.


Gent Belgium1–1Switzerland Grasshoppers
Foley Goal 67' Eduardo Goal 64'

Grasshoppers won 3–2 on aggregate.


Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk Ukraine2–2France Marseille
Nazarenko Goal 78'
Rusol Goal 87'
Niang Goal 71'
Oruma Goal 75'
Attendance: 19,000
Referee: Howard Webb (England)

2–2 on aggregate, Marseille won on away goals rule.


FC Moscow Russia0–2Germany Hertha BSC
Pantelić Goal 25'
Yıldıray Goal 85'
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Bülent Demirlek (Turkey)

Hertha BSC won 2–0 on aggregate.


Tiraspol Moldova1–1Austria SV Ried
Rudac Goal 83' Damjanović Goal 30'

SV Ried won 4–2 on aggregate.


Lillestrøm Norway0–3England Newcastle United
Ameobi Goal 29'36'
Emre Goal 90'

Newcastle United won 4–1 on aggregate.


Twente Netherlands3–1Sweden Kalmar FF
Touma Goal 49'73'79' Johansson Goal 67'
Attendance: 11,500

Twente won 3–2 on aggregate.


Hibernian Scotland2–1Denmark OB
Jones Goal 53'
Dalglish Goal 79'
Grahn Goal 50'
Attendance: 10,640

2–2 on aggregate, OB won on away goals rule.

Overall winners[edit]

Eight of the eleven co-winners which entered the UEFA Cup via the Intertoto Cup won their qualifying ties and progressed to the first round proper. Half of these eight survived the first round and entered the group stages, only Newcastle United secured a place in the UEFA Cup Round of 32 and were the last remaining team from the Intertoto Cup – making them the outright winner. They then went on to qualify for the last 16. Captain Scott Parker lifted the trophy at St James Park before their tie with AZ.

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "Intertoto Cup 2006". LinguaSport.com. Retrieved 28 October 2016.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i "2006 UEFA Intertoto Cup – Result of the draws – Rounds 1, 2 and 3 – House of European Football, 10 april 2006, Nyon" (PDF). Archived (PDF) from the original on 21 February 2007. Retrieved 21 February 2007.
  3. ^ UEFA Magazine – Farewell to Yugoslavia Archived 17 January 2010 at WebCite, by Aleksandar Bošković

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