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UEFA Cup

UEFA Cup

Year

Winners

1 Won on away goals rule

2 Won on penalties

1975

Bor. M'gladbach

1976

Liverpool

1977

Juventus1

1978

PSV Eindhoven

1979

Bor. M'gladbach

1980

Eintracht Frankfurt1

1981

Ipswich Town

1982

AFK Gothenburg

1983

Anderlecht

1984

Tottenham H.2

1985

Real Madrid

1986

Real Madrid

1987

AFK Gothenburg

1988

Bayer Leverkusen2

1989

Napoli

1990

Juventus

1991

Internazionale

1992

Ajax Amsterdam1

1993

Juventus

1994

Internazionale

1995

Parma

1996

Bayern Munich

1997

Schalke2

1998

Internazionale

1999

Parma

2000

Galatasaray2

2001

Liverpool

2002

Feyenoord


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UEFA European Championship

UEFA European Championship

Year

Winners

* Host nation

1964

Spain*

1968

Italy*

1972

West Germany

1976

Czechoslovakia

1980

West Germany

1984

France*

1988

Netherlands

1992

Denmark

1996

Germany

2000

France*


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UEFA

UEFA (juːˈeɪfə) Union of European Football Associations

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