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European Cup/Champions League winners

Here you will find sets dedicated to winners of the European Cup and it's successor The UEFA Champions league.

All Cards are written in English.

The "TRADINGCARDS1966" watermark will not be on the cards you receive.

Each set will be £5.00

Real Madrid - 1956


Real Madrid faced Stade de Riems in Paris in the first ever European Cup final. Real had to fight back from a dreadful start but goals from Di Stefano, Rial (2) And Marquitos saw them run out 4-3 winners.


Real Madrid -1957


Real Madrid faced Fiorentina of Italy in Madrid as they defended the trophy they won in 1956. Goals from Di Stefano and Gento saw become winners again.

Real Madrid - 1958


Real Madrid were back to defend their trophy for a third time as they faced AC Milan of Italy in Belgium. Having fought back from 2-0 down with goals from Di Stefano and Rial, the Spanish giants ran out winners again when Gento scored in extra time.

Real Madrid - 1959


Spanish giants Real Madrid saw themselves in a rerun of the 1956 final as they faced Stade de Reims of France in Stuttgart. They were in no mood to give up their grip on the trophy and goals from Mateos and Di Stafano were too much for Reims.

Real Madrid - 1960


The football world were beginning to believe Real Madrid were invincible and this game highlighted that as they faced Eintracht Frankfurt in Glasgow. Di Stefano scored three goals and Ferenc Puskas hit four more as Real won the match 7-3!  

Benfica - 1961


1961 saw the end of Real Madrid's long reign as European Cup champions as Benfica of Portugal met Barcelona in Switzerland for the trophy. In an exciting game Benfica won 3-2 with goals from Aguas, Coluna and an own goal.

Benfica - 1962


Benfica of Portugal met Real Madrid of Spain in Amsterdam in this clash of giants. A hat-trick from Ferenc Puskas had Benfica in trouble but they hit back with goals from Eusebio (2), Aguas, Cavem and Coluna to win the trophy for the second year in a row.

AC Milan - 1963


Benfica of Portugal were in the final for the third season in a row but they were beaten by AC Milan of Italy in London with two goals from Altafini.

Inter Milan - 1964


Inter Milan of Italy met, almost, annual finalists Real Madrid of Spain in Vienna and proved to be too much for their Spanish rivals. Two goals from Mazzola and one from Milani were enough to take the trophy to Italy. 

Inter Milan - 1965


Inter Milan were back in the final to defend their trophy against Benfica of Portugal in Milan. Home advantage played its part as Inter won 1-0 with a goal from Jair.

Real Madrid - 1966


Yet again Real Madrid had made it to the final and this time they faced Partizan Belgrade of Yugoslavia in Brussels. Despite falling behind they were winners once more with goals from Amancio and Serena.

Glasgow Celtic - 1967

This 18 card set represents Celtic's fantastic victory over Inter Milan in Lisbon in 1967. All the players and goals are represented with profiles and match details on the reverse of each card.


Manchester United - 1968

Manchester United made history when they became the first English side to lift the European Cup. A brace from Charlton and goals from Kidd and Best saw them overcome a skillful Benfica side.


AC Milan - 1969


AC Milan of Italy beat Ajax of Holland in a one side game that finished 4-1. Pierino Prati scored a hat trick while Angelo Sormani added the other goal.

Feyenoord - 1970


Feyenoord of Holland took on Glasgow Celtic of Scotland for the cup. Despite falling behind the Dutch side ran out 2-1 winners with goals from Rinus Israel and Ove Kindvall.

Ajax - 1971


Goals from the legendary Dutch Johan Cruyff and Arie Hann were enough to see off Greek Side Panathinaikos at Wembley Stadium in London. 

Ajax - 1972


A year after winning the trophy for the first time in 1971 Ajax were back in the final in Rotterdam to face Italians Inter Milan. Johan Cruyff was the master again as his two goals won the trophy for the Dutch side.

Ajax - 1973


Ajax proved they were team of the era as they reached the final for the third year in a row. This time Italian Giants Juventus were seen off in Belgrade by an early goal from Johnny Rep.

Bayern Munich - 1974


Having been held to a 1-1 draw by Atletico Madrid in the first match in Brussels, Bayern showed no mercy to their Spanish opponents in the replay as both Uli Hoeness and Gerd Muller scored 2 goals each in their 4-0 victory.

Bayern Munich - 1975


Goals from Franz Roth and Gerd Muller were enough in Paris for Bayern Munich to beat Leeds United of England and retain the trophy they had won the year before.

Bayern Munich - 1976


Bayern achieved a hat-trick of European Cup triumphs when they beat Saint-Etienne of France with a solitary goal from Franz Roth in Glasgow.

Liverpool - 1977


This 18 card set represents Liverpool's 1977 victory in Rome over German rivals Borussia Monchengladbach. This was the first of 5 great victories in this competion for the Reds. Each player is represented as well as all the goals. Profiles and match details can be found on the reverse of each card. 


Liverpool - 1978


Reigning Champions Liverpool faced Belgian side Club Brugge at Wembley and it was Reds legend Kenny Dalglish who's goal gave them the trophy again. The first English team to win the competition two years running.


Nottingham Forest - 1979

Brian Clough led his English Champions to glory in Munich where he saw £1million man Trevor Francis head the winning goal against Sweden's Malmo FF.


Nottingham Forest - 1980


Forest made it two finals in two years as they faced Hamburg in Madrid. A goal from John Robertson saw them record their second win.


Liverpool - 1981

 A glorious night in Paris for the Reds as a late Alan Kennedy goal earns Liverpool a sensational win against European legends Real Madrid.


Aston Villa - 1982


This is an 18 piece Trading card set commemorating that great night in 1982 for Aston Villa as they beat Bayern Munich to lift the European Cup.
The winning team and manager are profiled plus other match details and facts.


Hamburg - 1983


Hamburg faced Italian team Juventus in Athens for the trophy and an early goal from Felix Magath was enough to earn them victory.

Liverpool - 1984


Liverpool Triumphed again in Europe's premier trophy as they beat Roma in their own city thanks to a Phil Neal opener and then Brucie's wobbly legs in the dramatic penalty shootout.


Juventus - 1985


On a night of tragic events at the Heysel Stadium, Juventus of Italy beat Liverpool of England with a single goal from Michel Platini.

Steaua Bucarest - 1986

Steaua of Romania faced a vastly superior Barcelona side in Seville and shocked their opponents after beating them in a penalty shootout.

FC Porto - 1987


FR Porto of Portugal faced German giants Bayern Munich in Vienna and despite falling behind they won the trophy with two late goals from Rabah Madjer and substitute Juary.

PSV Eindhoven - 1988


PSV of Holland faced Benfica of Portugal in Stuttgart for the trophy. The game finished 0-0 but PSV triumphed in the resulting penalty shootout.

AC Milan - 1989


Italian's AC Milan were too much for Romanian team Steaua Bucharest in Barcelona as they won 4-0 with both Ruud Gullit and Marco Van Basten getting two goals each.

AC Milan - 1990


AC Milan were back to defend the trophy against Benfica of Portugal in Vienna. A goal from Frank Rijkaard was enough for the Arrigo Sacchi's men to win again.

Red Star Belgrade - 1991


Red star Belgrade of Yugoslavia held French opponents Marseille to a goalless in Bari and triumphed in the resulting penalty shootout.

FC Barcelona - 1992


Barcelona faced Sampdoria at Wembley Stadium for the Champions League trophy. In a close game Ronald Koeman hit a late winner to send the trophy to Spain. (Please note some pictures are not best quality but are only ones available. Full refund if not satisfied)

Marseille - 1993


Marseillle of France faced Italian team AC Milan in Munich and took the trophy with a single goal from Basile Boli.

AC Milan - 1994


AC Milan destroyed Barcelona 4-0 in Athens with two goals from Daniele Massaro and a goal each from Dejan Savicevic and Marcel Desailly.

Ajax - 1995


It took a late goal from Substitute Patrick Kluivert for Ajax to see off AC Milan in the final held in Vienna.

Juventus - 1996


Juventus faced Ajax in Rome for the trophy and despite a goal from Fabrizio Ravanelli the game finished 1-1. Juve were excellent from the penalty spot as they hit four in a row to take the trophy.

Borussia Dortmund - 1997


Dortmund proved to be too strong for Italian team Juventus at the Olympic Stadium in Munich. Two goals from Karl-Heinze Riedle set them on their way. Del Piero pulled one back for Juventus but a wonder strike from substitute Lars Ricken sealed the victory for the Germans.

Real Madrid - 1998


Real Madrid faced Italian Rivals in Amsterdam for the trophy. In a very close game Predrag Mijatovic scored the goal that took the trophy to Madrid for the 7th time.

Manchester United - 1999

United faced German Giants Bayern Munich for the Champions league Trophy and after a terrible starts they pulld off one of the most dramatic of Victories.


Real Madrid - 2000


Real Madrid proved to be too strong for Valencia in Paris as they ran out 3-0 winners with goals from Morientes, McManaman and Raul.

Bayern Munich - 2001


Bayern fell a goal behind early against Valencia at the San Siro stadium. A Stefan Effenburg Penalty got them back into the game and the game finished 1-1. Oliver Kahn was the hero in the penalty shootout as his saves won the trophy for Bayern.

Real Madrid - 2002


Real Madrid took on Bayer Leverkusen in Glasgow, Scotland for the trophy. Raul gave them the lead but they were pegged back by a goal from Lucio. It took a stunning goal from Zinedine Zidane to see Real win the trophy for the 9th time.

AC Milan - 2003


Milan faced Italian Rivals Juventus for the European Champions League Trophy in Manchester, England. After a goal less match it was Andriy Shevchenko who hit the winner in the penalty shootout.

FC Porto - 2004


Jose Mourinho's Porto faced Monaco in Gelsenkirchen Germany and ran out 3-0 winners with goals from Carlos Alberto, Deco and Dimitri Alenichev.

Liverpool - 2005

The 2005 final saw Liverpool pull off one of the most stunning comebacks in football history as they trailed AC Milan 3-0. A second half fightback saw them take the game to a penalty shootout and victory.


FC Barcelona - 2006


Spanish Giants Barcelona faced English team Arsenal in France. After falling behind the Spaniards fought back with goals from Eto'o and substitute Belletti. Please note cards are written in English.


AC Milan - 2007

AC Milan picked up the Champions League trophy after two goals from Filippo Inzaghi saw off English team Liverpool in Athens.


Manchester United - 2008


 Manchester United faced English rivals Chelsea in Moscow for the coveted trophy and with the game deadlocked at 1-1 The Reds triumphed in a dramatic penalty shootout.


FC Barcelona - 2009


Barcelona faced Manchester United in Rome and ran out 2-0 winners with goals from Eto'o and Messi. Please note cards are written in English.


Inter Milan - 2010

Jose Mourinho's Internazionale faced Bayern Munich of Germany for the trophy. In an exciting game it was two goals from MIlito that gave the Italians victory. Please note cards are written in English.


FC Barcelona - 2011

Barcelona faced English champions Manchester United at Wembley stadium and in a game worthy of the tournament they ran out 3-1 winners with goals from Pedro, Messi and Villa. Please note cards are written in English.


Chelsea - 2012


On a dramatic night in Munich Chelsea fought back from a late Bayern goal as Didier Drogba hit a dramatic equaliser to send the goal into extra time then penalties. Again it was Drogba who hit the winning penalty to bring the trophy to Stamford Bridge for the first time.


Bayern Munich - 2013 

 In this all German final at Wembley, Bayern Munich faced Borussia Dortmund. Mario Mandzukic gave Bayern the lead but Dortmund drew level from the penalty spot. With time running out Arjen Robben scored to take the trophy to Munich.


Real Madrid - 2014


Real Madrid faced local rivals Athletico Madrid in Lisbon for the trophy. Real were behind with seconds to go until Sergio Ramos headed in a dramatic late equaliser. Extra time was played and goals from Gareth Bale, Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo saw Real win the trophy for the 10th time.

FC Barcelona - 2015

 FC Barcelona faced Italian Giants Juventus in Berlin for the 2015 trophy. An early goal from Rakitic was cancelled out by Morata before the Spanish champions took control with goals from Suarez and Neymar to finish 3-1 winners.

Real Madrid - 2016


In a re-run of the 2014 final Real Madrid faced Spanish rivals Atletico Madrid in Milan. Sergio Ramos gave them the lead but Yannick Carrasco levelled to send the game to penalties. Cristiano Ronaldo held his nerve and Real had won the trophy for the 11th time. 

Real Madrid - 2017

Holders Real Madrid of Spain met Juventus of Italy in Cardiff, Wales, and proved too strong in a stunning 4-1 victory. Christiano Ronaldo scored twice while Casemiro and Marco Asensio added further goals. Mario Mandzukic did score a spectacular consolation for Juventus.

Real Madrid - 2018

Real Madrid of Spain created history in Kiev when they beat Liverpool of England 3-0. They became the first team since 1976 to win the cup 3 times in a row. The goals were scored by Bale (2) and Benzema.

Liverpool - 2019

In an all English final Liverpool faced Tottenham Hotspur in Madrid. Liverpool were off to a flying start when Mohamed Salah converted a penalty in the first two minutes. A late goal from Divock Origi earned Liverpool their 6th title in the competition.

Bayern Munich - 2020

In the delayed final due to the Covid-19 pandemic Bayern Munich of Germany met Paris SG of France in Lisbon, Portugal, in the final. It took a goal from Kingsley Coman to give Bayern their 6th title. 

Chelsea - 2021

In an all English final Chelsea faced Manchester City in Porto, Portugal. It was a first half Kai Havertz goal that saw Chelsea pick up the trophy for the second time.

Real Madrid - 2022

Real Madrid of Spain picked up their 14th title after a 1-0 victory over Liverpool of England in Paris. Vini Jr scored the only goal of the game.


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