Here you will find sets for Europa Cup winners as well as winners for its predecessors, The Fairs Cup and the UEFA Cup.
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Each set is £5.00
This set represents Leeds United of England and their victory over Hungarian Side Frencvaros in 1968 where a Mick Jones goal sealed a win over the two legs played. All the players who played in both legs, led by Don Revie, are included as well as a bit of match action.
Newcastle United of England hit 6 goals over 2 legs to defeat Ujpest Dozsa of Hungary to lift the Fairs Cup.
Arsenal of England faced Anderlecht of Belgium over two legs for the trophy. A vital away goal from Ray Kennedy set them on the path to victory where they triumphed at Highbury.
Leeds United of England recorded an historic win over European giants Juventus of Italy. Two goals in the away leg from Mick Bates and Paul Madeley in Italy plus one at home by Allan Clarke saw the trophy back at Elland Road.
Tottenham Hotspur of England faced Fellow countrymen Wolves for the trophy in 1972. A brace from Martin Chivers in the first leg and a goal from Captain Alan Mullery in the second were enough to help them lift the trophy in its first season as the UEFA Cup.
Liverpool of England faced German side Borussia Monchengladbach over two legs in the 1973 UEFA cup final. Two goals from Kevin Keegan and one from Larry Lloyd were enough to see Liverpool win the trophy.
Feyenoord of Holland faced Tottenham Hotspur of England in the 2 legged final. They held Spurs to a 2-2 draw in London with goals from Van Hamegem and De Jong. Goals from Rijsbergen and Ressel ensured a 2-0 victory in Rotterdam.
After a 0-0 draw at home to Twente of Holland the German side travelled to Enschede and turned on the style with a 5-1 victory. Jupp Heynckes hit a hat-trick while Allan Simonsen scored 2 more.
Having faced a rugged Brugge side from Belgium at Anfield Liverpool of England needed a result in Belgium and a Kevin Keegan strike earned them a vital away goal to lift the trophy.
Juventus of Italy faced Atletico Bilbao of Spain in the two legged final. Marco Tarrdelli gave Juve a 1-0 advantage in Turin. Roberto Bettega scored in Bilbao in a 2-1 defeat but the Italians won on away goals.
Borussia Mönchengladbach of Germany met Red Star Belgrade of Yugoslavia in the final. The Germans earned a 1-1 draw in Begrade and took the trophy with a 1-0 win in Düsseldorf. Allan Simonsen scoring from from the penalty spot.
In an all German final Eintracht Frankfurt faced holders Borussia Mönchengladbach. Despite losing 3-2 in the 1st leg (goals coming from Karger and Holzenbein) Eintracht Frankfurt won the 2nd leg 1-0 when Schaub came of bench to score meaning they won the tie on away goals.
Ipswich Town of England faced AZ67 of Holland for the trophy. Having secured a 3-0 first leg lead with goals from John Wark, Frans Thijssen and Paul Mariner at home they held on to win the trophy with further goals from Wark and Thijssen Holland.
Gothenburg of Sweden met Hamburger SV of Germany in the 1982 final. Holmgren gave them a 1-0 home victory and a stunning 3-0 victory in Germany saw them win the trophy. Goals came from Corneliussen, Nilsson and Fredricksson.
Anderlecht of Belgium faced Benfica of Portugal in the 1983 final. Brylle gave the Belgians a 1-0 victory in the 1st leg in Brussels. A 1-1 draw in Portugal was enough to win the trophy. Lozano scoring Anderlecht's goal.
Tottenham Hotspur of England faced Anderlecht of Belgium in a close final. In the second leg Graham Roberts scored the equaliser that sent the game to penalties. Goalkeeper Tony Parks was the hero making the vital saves.
Real Madrid of Spain faced Videoton of Hungary in the final. Goals from Michel, Santillana and Valdano gave Madrid a 3-0 advantage in the away match. Videoton won 1-0 in Madrid.
Real Madrid successfully defended the trophy in 1986 against Colgne of Germany. In the first leg in Madrid they won 5-1 with goals from Valdano (2), Gordillo, Sanchez and Santillana. They lost 2-0 in the 2nd leg.
Göteborg of Sweden faced Dundee United of Scotland in the 1987 final. Stefan Perterssen gave the Swedes a 1-0 1st leg victory. Lennart Nilsson scored the goal in the 1-1 draw in the 2nd leg to win the trophy.
Bayer Leverkusen of Germany lost the 1st leg 3-0 of the final to Espanyol of Spain and the tie looked over. However, they staged a fantastic 2nd leg comeback with goals from Tia, Gotz and Cha to take the game to penalties. Leverkusen won the final as a result.
Napoli of Italy met VfB of Stuttgart of Germany in 1989. Goals from Maradona and Careca gave the Italians a 2-1 1st leg victory. In an incredible 2nd leg Alemao, Ferrara and Careca all scored in the 3-3 draw that saw Napoli win 5-4 on aggregate.
Juventus of Italy faced fellow countrymen Fiorentina in the final. They scored a 3-1 1st leg victory in Torino with goals from Galia, Casiraghi and De Agostini. A 0-0 draw in the 2nd leg saw them win the trophy.
In an all Italian final Inter Milan faced Roma. Inter won the 1st leg at the San Siro 2-0 with goals from Matthaus and Berti. Roma won the 2nd leg 1-0 but Inter won the tie 2-1 on aggregate.
Ajax of Holland faced Torino of Italy over two legs in the 1992 final. Goals from Wim Jonk and Stefan Pettersson earned them a 2-2 draw in Italy. With the second leg in Amsterdam finishing 0-0 the Dutch side won the cup on away goals.
Inter Milan of Italy beat Salzburg of Austria with two 1-0 victories. Nicola Berti scored the goal away in the 1st leg while Wim Jonk found the net in Milan.
Parma of Italy faced fellow countrymen Juventus in the final. Dino Baggio scored in the 1-0 1st leg victory in Parma and found the net again in the 1-1 draw in Milan to secure the trophy.
Bayern Munich of Germany were too strong for Bordeaux of France. Helmer and Scholl gave them a 2-0 1st leg victory in Munich and Bayern won the 2nd leg 3-1 with goals from Scholl, Kostadinov and Klinsmann.
Schalke 04 of Germany faced Inter Milan of Italy in the 1997 final. Wilmots gave the Germans a 1-0 victory at home but Inter won the 2nd leg 1-0 in Milan. Schalke eventually won the tie on penalties.
From 1998 the Uefa Cup final was played as one match at a neutral venue. Inter Milan of Italy beat fellow Italians Lazio 3-0 in Paris, France. The goals were scored by Zamorano, Zanetti and Ronaldo.
Parma of Italy faced Marseille of France in Moscow, Russia, in the 1999 final and scored a fine 3-0 victory with goals from Crespo, Vanoli and Chiesa.
Galatasaray of Turkey met Arsenal of England in Copenhagen, Denmark. With the match ending 0-0 it was Galatasaray who won the resulting penalty shootout.
This set represents Liverpool of England's sensational victory over Alaves of Spain in 2001. Goals from Babbel, Gerard, McAllister, Fowler and a dramatic golden goal gave The Reds the trophy for the third time.
Feyenoord of Holland faced Borussia Dortmund of Germany in Rotterdam, Holland, and two goals from Pierre van Hooijdonk and another from Jon Dahl Tomasson were enough for victory.
Porto of Portugal beat Celtic of Scotland 3-2 in Seville, Spain. The goals came from Derlei (2) and Alenichev.
CSKA Moscow of Russia beat Sporting CP of Portugal 3-1 in Lisbon, Portugal. The goals came from Berezutskiy, Zhirkov and Love.
Sevilla of Spain successfully defended the trophy in Glasgow, Scotland, against fellow countrymen Espanyol. Adriano and Kanoute scored the goals in a 2-2 draw. Sevilla finally won on penalties.
Zenit Saint Petersburg of Russia met Glasgow Rangers of Scotland in Manchester, England, in the 2008 Final. The Russian side won 2-0 with goals from Denisov and Zyryanov.
Shakhtar Donetsk of Ukraine met Werder Bremen of Germany in Istanbul, Turkey, in the last ever UEFA Cup final before the tournament was rebranded. Shakhtar ran out 2-1 winners with goals from Adriano and Jadson.
Atletico Madrid of Spain beat Fulham of England in Hamburg, Germany, with a 2-1 victory. Diego Forlan scored twice in their 2-1 win
Porto of Portugal faced fellow countrymen, Braga, in Dublin, Ireland and won 1-0 with a goal from Radamel Falcao.
Atletico Madrid faced fellow Spaniards Athletic Bilbao in Bucarest, Hungry, for the trophy. They won 3-0 with goals from Falcao (2) and Diego.
Chelsea of England faced Benfica of Portugal in Amsterdam for the trophy. A goal from Fernando Torres was cancelled out by a penalty but Branislav Ivanovic headed in an injury time winner for the Blues.
Sevilla of Spain met Dnipro of The Ukraine in Warsaw, Poland. The Spaniards successfully retained the trophy as goals from Bacca (2) and Krychowiak gave them a 3-2 victory.
Sevilla of Spain won the trophy for an incredible third final in a row. They beat Liverpool of England 3-1 in Basel, Switzerland, with goals from Coke (2) and Gameiro.
Goals from Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan were enough for Manchester United of England to beat Ajax of Holland 2-0 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Atletico Madrid of Spain faced Marseille of France in Lyon (France) and ran out 3-0 winners with goals from Griezmann (2) and captain Gabi.
In an all English final Chelsea faced Arsenal in Baku, Azerbaijan for the trophy. After a goal less 1st half Chelsea came to life in the second half. Eden Hazard (2) Olivier Giroud and Pedro scored in their 4-1 victory.
Sevilla of Spain met Inter Milan of Italy in Cologne (Germany) in the final that had been delayed due to the Covid 19 pandemic. Inter went ahead through Lukaku but Luuk de Jong then scored twice. Godin equalised for Inter but an own goal from Lukaku gave Sevilla their 6th trophy.
Villarreal of Spain met Manchester United of England in Gdansk, Poland, in the final. Gerard Moreno put them ahead but Edinson Cavani drew the game level. The game was decided by penalties with Geronimo Rulli saving the decisive kick.
Eintracht Frankfurt of Germany met Rangers of Scotland in Seville, Spain, in the final. Having fallen behind they drew level with a goal from Rafael Borré. It was Frankfurt who went on to win the trophy on penalties.