1963–64 European Cup

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1963–64 European Cup

The Praterstadion in Vienna hosted the final.
Tournament details
Dates 10 September 1963 (1963-09-10) – 27 May 1964 (1964-05-27)
Teams 31

The 1963–64 European Cup will be the ninth edition of the European Cup, an continental club tournament that was held across Europe. Thirty-one teams will compete in the tournament.

Backround[edit | edit source]

The European Cup is a club competition that was form for the 1955-56 season. It was during that season where the format of a knockout competition between clubs was born with the league winners of each nation being sent to compete in the competition.

Thirty-one teams were entered into the tournament topping last season record of thirty teams. The defending champion was Milan who had taken their third title after defeating PSV Eindhoven in the final. They would be joined with Italian champions, Juventus. Cyprus entered the tournament for the first time with Cypriot champions, Anorthosis Famagusta FC competing.

Preliminary Round[edit | edit source]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Tottenham Hotspur United Kingdom 2–21 Italy Juventus 0–2 2–0
Monaco France 8–1 Greece Olympiacos 6–1 2–0
Haka Valkeakoski Finland 2–4 Luxembourg Jeunesse Esch 2–1 0–3
Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 7–1 Cyprus Anorthosis Famagusta 4–0 3–1
Górnik Zabrze Poland 4–1 Austria SK Admira Wien Energie 2–0 2–1
Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia 9–0 Malta Hibernians F.C. 5–0 4–0
Stad Brest Brittany 2–7 Portugal Benfica 1–4 1–3
Brann Norway 3–2 West Germany 1. FC Nürnberg 2–2 1–0
Waterford Republic of Ireland 2–3 Switzerland Zürich 1–2 1–1
Beşiktaş Turkey 2–3 Hungary Ferencváros 2–0 0–3
Partizani Albania 2–0 Bulgaria Botev Plovdiv 2–0 0–0
Esbjerg Denmark 2–9 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1–4 0–5
Standard Liège Belgium 2–1 Sweden Norrköping 1–1 1–0
Steaua București Romania 3–1 East Germany Motor Jena 3–0 0–1
Dynamo Moscow Soviet Union 1–5 Spain Real Madrid 1–3 0–2

1Tottenham Hotspur F.C beat Juventus FC 1–0 in a play–off to qualify for the first round.

First Round[edit | edit source]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Górnik Zabrze Poland 3–4 Czechoslovakia Dukla Prague 1–1 2–3
Benfica Portugal 5–1 Norway Brann 2–0 3–1
Jeunesse Esch Luxembourg 4–6 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 1–2 3–4
Tottenham Hotspur United Kingdom 3–1 France Monaco 1–0 2–1
Partizani Albania 1–4 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 0–3 1–1
Zürich Switzerland 1–2 Hungary Ferencváros 1–1 0–1
Steaua București Romania 1–5 Spain Real Madrid 1–3 0–2
Standard Liège Belgium 1–4 Italy Milan 1–2 0–2

Quarters-finals[edit | edit source]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia 3-2 Portugal Benfica 1–2 2–0
Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 3-0 United Kingdom Tottenham Hotspur 3–0 0–0
PSV Eindhoven Netherlands 2-1 Hungary Ferencváros 1–1 1–0
Real Madrid Spain 2-3 Italy Milan 2–1 0–2

First leg[edit | edit source]

27 February 1964
Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia 1–2 Portugal Benfica
Brumovsky Goal 90' Cruz Goal 65'
Eusébio Goal 81'
Stadion Juliska, Prague
Attendance: 15,101
Referee: Živko Bajić (Yugoslavia)


26 February 1964
Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 3–0 United Kingdom Tottenham Hotspur
Galić Goal 28'75'
Kovačević Goal 41'
JNA Stadium, Belgrade
Attendance: 20,101
Referee: Josef Stoll (Austria)


27 February 1964
PSV Eindhoven Netherlands 1–1 Hungary Ferencváros
Hoenen Goal 11' Varga Goal 90'
Philips Stadion, Eindhoven
Attendance: 9,110
Referee: Arthur Holland (England)


29 January 1964
Real Madrid Spain 2–1 Italy Milan
Gento Goal 18'
Puskás Goal 52'
Fortunato Goal 67'
Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Attendance: 65,000
Referee: Joseph Barbéran (France)

Second leg[edit | edit source]

13 March 1964
Benfica Portugal 0–2 Czechoslovakia Dukla Prague
Brumovsky Goal 20'
Stibranyi Goal 23'
Estádio da Luz, Lisbon
Attendance: 35,789

Dukla Prague won 3–2 on aggregate


4 March 1964
Tottenham Hotspur United Kingdom 0–0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
White Hart Lane, London
Attendance: 51,000

FK Partizan won 3–0 on aggregate


11 March 1964
Ferencváros Hungary 0–1 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven
Van Wissen Goal 19'
Üllői úti Stadion, Budapest
Attendance: 25,695

PSV Eindhoven won 2–1 on aggregate


13 February 1964
Milan Italy 2–0 Spain Real Madrid
Altafini Goal 18'67'
San Siro, Milan
Attendance: 63,769

Milan won 3–2 on aggregate

Semi-finals[edit | edit source]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia 3–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan 0–1 3–0
PSV Eindhoven Netherlands 2–1 Italy Milan 1–1 1–0

First leg[edit | edit source]

15 April 1964
Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia 0–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
Mihajlović Goal 12'
Stadion Juliska, Prague
Attendance: 19,404
Referee: Jenő Gere (Hungary)


22 April 1964
PSV Eindhoven Netherlands 1–1 Italy Milan
Ghezzi Goal 39' (og) Amarildo Goal 61'
Philips Stadion, Eindhoven
Attendance: 17,274
Referee: Joseph Hannet (Belgium)

Second leg[edit | edit source]

29 April 1964
Partizan Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 0–3 Czechoslovakia Dukla Prague
Brumovsky Goal 18'
Kučera Goal 41'
Jelinek Goal 62'
JNA Stadium, Belgrade
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Jean Tricot (France)

Dukla Prague won 3–1 on aggregate


7 May 1964
Milan Italy 0–1 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven
Kerkhoffs Goal 80'
San Siro, Milan
Attendance: 54,311
Referee: Branko Tesanić (Yugoslavia)

PSV Eindhoven won 2–1 on aggregate

Final[edit | edit source]

Main article: 1964 European Cup Final
27 May 1964
Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia v Netherlands PSV Eindhoven
Praterstadion, Vienna
Referee: Josef Stoll (Austria)

Topscorers[edit | edit source]

7 goals

6 goals

5 goals

4 goals

3 goals

External Links[edit | edit source]


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