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- European Cup -
Final
Benfica Portugal
3-2
Spain FC Barcelona

Semi-Finals
Portugal Benfica - Austria Rapid Vienna [1] 3-0 1-1 (4-1)
Spain FC Barcelona - West Germany Hamburger SV 1-0 1-2 (2-2)
Decider played in Brussels:
1-0

Quarter-Finals
Portugal Benfica - Denmark Aarhus GF 3-1 4-1 (7-2)
Austria Rapid Vienna - Sweden IFK Malmo 2-0 2-0 (4-0)
England Burnley - West Germany Hamburger SV 3-1 1-4 (4-5)
Spain FC Barcelona - Czechoslowakia Spartak H. Kralove 4-0 1-1 (5-1)

First Round
Portugal Benfica - Hungary Ujpesti Dozsa 6-2 1-2 (7-4)
Denmark Aarhus GF Norway Fredrikstad FK 3-0 1-0 (4-0)
Sweden IFK Malmo - Bulgaria CDNA Sofia 1-0 1-1 (2-1)
Austria Rapid Vienna - East Germany Wismut KM-Stadt 3-1 0-2 (3-3)
Decider played in Basle: 
1-0
Switzerland Young Boys - West Germany Hamburger SV 0-5 3-3 (3-8)
England Burnley - France Stade de Reims 2-0 2-3 (4-3)
Czechoslowakia Spartak H. Kralove - Greece Panathinaikos 1-0 0-0 (1-0)
Spain Real Madrid - Spain FC Barcelona 2-2 1-2 (3-4)

Preliminary Round
Scotland Heart of Midlothian - Portugal Benfica 1-2 0-3 (1-5)
Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade - Hungary Ujpesti Dozsa 1-2 0-3 (1-5)
Norway Fredrikstad FK - the Netherlands Ajax Amsterdam 4-3 0-0 (4-3)
Denmark Aarhus GF - Poland Legia Warsaw 3-0 0-1 (3-1)
Italy Juventus - Bulgaria CDNA Sofia 2-0 1-4 (3-4)
Finland HIFK Helsinki - Sweden IFK Malmo 1-3 1-2 (2-5)
Austria Rapid Vienna - Turkey Besiktas 4-0 0-1 (4-1)
Ireland Limerick - Switzerland Young Boys 0-5 2-4 (2-9)
France Stade de Reims - Luxembourg Jeunesse d'Esch 6-1 5-0 (11-1)
Spain FC Barcelona - Belgium Lierse SK 2-0 3-0 (5-0)
East Germany Wismut KM-Stadt - Northern Ireland Glenavon Glenavon withdrew
Czechoslowakia Spartak H. Kralove - Romania CCA Bucharest Bucharest withdrew
West Germany Hamburger SV     Bye  
England Burnley     Bye  
Greece Panathinaikos     Bye  
Spain Real Madrid     Bye  


 
- Cup Winners Cup -
Final
Scotland Glasgow Rangers - Italy AC Fiorentina 0-2 1-2 (1-4)

Semi-Finals
Italy AC Fiorentina - Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb 3-0 1-2 (4-2)
Scotland Glasgow Rangers - England Wolverhampton W. 2-0 1-1 (3-1)

Quarter-Finals
Switzerland FC Lucerne - Italy AC Fiorentina 0-3 2-6 (2-9)
Czechoslowakia Red Star Brno - Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb 0-0 0-2 (0-2)
Austria FK Austria Vienna - England Wolverhampton W. 2-0 0-5 (2-5)
West Germany B. Monchengladbach - Scotland Glasgow Rangers 0-3 0-8 (0-11)

Qualifying Round
East Germany Vorwarts Berlin - Czechoslowakia Red Star Brno 2-1 0-2 (2-3)
Scotland Glasgow Rangers - Hungary Ferencvaros 4-2 1-2 (5-4)


 
- Fairs Cup -
Final
England Birmingham City - Italy AS Roma 2-2 0-2 (2-4)

Semi-Finals
Scotland Hibernian - Italy AS Roma 2-2 3-3 (5-5)
Decider played in Rome:
0-6
Italy Inter Milan - England Birmingham City 1-2 1-2 (2-4)

Quarter-Finals
West Germany Cologne XI - Italy AS Roma 0-2 2-0 (2-2)
Decider played in Rome:
1-4
Spain Barcelona - Scotland Hibernian 4-4 2-3 (6-7)
Italy Inter Milan - Yugoslavia Belgrade XI 5-0 0-1 (5-1)
Denmark KB Copenhagen - England Birmingham City 4-4 0-5 (4-9)

First Round
Belgium Union St-Gilloise - Italy AS Roma 0-0 1-4 (1-4)
France Olympique Lyon - West Germany Cologne XI 1-3 2-1 (3-4)
Yugoslavia Zagreb XI - Spain Barcelona [2] 1-1 3-4 (4-5)
Italy Inter Milan - West Germany Hannover '96 8-2 6-1 (14-3)
East Germany Leipzig XI - Yugoslavia Belgrade XI 5-2 1-4 (6-6)
Decider played in Budapest: 
0-2
Denmark KB Copenhagen - Switzerland Basle XI 8-1 3-3 (11-4)
England Birmingham City - Hungary Ujpesti Dozsa [2] 3-2 2-1 (5-3)
Switzerland Lausanne-Sports - Scotland Hibernian Lausanne withdrew




  
#1:
The return match in Vienna was abandoned after 88 minutes, when the crowd invaded the pitch, with the result standing.
#2:
Remarkably Barcelona and Ujpesti Dozsa competed in both the European Cup and the Fairs Cup that season.

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