Cupa Orașelor Târguri

De la Wikipedia, enciclopedia liberă
Salt la: Navigare, căutare
Cupa Orașelor Târguri
Sport fotbal
Înființat(ă) în 1955
Desființat(ă) în 1971
Nr. de ediții 13
Cele mai multe trofee 600px Catalano azulgrana.png Barcelona (3 trofee)
Site web Istoric

Cupa Orașelor Târguri a fost o competiție europeană de fotbal în perioada 1955 și 1971. Competiția a fost o idee a elvețianului Ernst Thommen, a italianului Ottorino Barassi și a secretarului general al The Football Association Stanley Rous, cei care vor ajunge mai târziu înalți funcționari ai FIFA. După cum arată și numele, competiția a fost înființată pentru a promova târgurile (expozițiile) internaționale. A fost câștigată de FC Barcelona de 3 ori, de Leeds United și Valencia CF de 2 ori.

Finals[modificare | modificare sursă]

Season Home Team Score Away Team Venue
1955–58

Details

Anglia London XI
(ENG)
2–2 Spania Barcelona XI (ESP)
(represented by F. C. Barcelona)[1]
Stamford Bridge,
London
Spania Barcelona XI (ESP)
(represented by F. C. Barcelona)[1]
6–0 Anglia London XI
(ENG)
Camp Nou,
Barcelona
Barcelona XI[1] won 8–2 on aggregate
1958–60

Details

Anglia Birmingham City
(ENG)
0–0 Spania Barcelona
(ESP)
St Andrew's,
Birmingham
Spania Barcelona
(ESP)
4–1 Anglia Birmingham City
(ENG)
Camp Nou,
Barcelona
Barcelona won 4–1 on aggregate
1960–61

Details

Anglia Birmingham City
(ENG)
2–2 Italia Roma
(ITA)
St Andrew's,
Birmingham
Italia Roma
(ITA)
2–0 Anglia Birmingham City
(ENG)
Stadio Olimpico,
Rome
Roma won 4–2 on aggregate
1961–62

Details

Spania Valencia
(ESP)
6–2 Spania Barcelona
(ESP)
Luis Casanova Stadium,
Valencia
Spania Barcelona
(ESP)
1–1 Spania Valencia
(ESP)
Camp Nou,
Barcelona
Valencia won 7–3 on aggregate
1962–63

Details

Iugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb
(YUG)
1–2 Spania Valencia
(ESP)
Maksimir,
Zagreb
SpaniaValencia
(ESP)
2–0 Iugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb
(YUG)
Luis Casanova Stadium,
Valencia
Valencia won 4–1 on aggregate
1963–64

Details

Spania Real Zaragoza
(ESP)
2–1 Spania Valencia
(ESP)
Camp Nou,
Barcelona
Single match played
1964–65

Details

Italia Juventus
(ITA)
0–1
Ungaria Ferencváros
(HUN)
Stadio Comunale,
Turin
Single match played
1965–66

Details

Spania Barcelona
(ESP)
0–1 Spania Real Zaragoza
(ESP)
Camp Nou,
Barcelona
Spania Real Zaragoza
(ESP)
2–4
aet
Spania Barcelona
(ESP)
La Romareda,
Zaragoza
Barcelona won 4–3 on aggregate
1966–67

Details

Iugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb
(YUG)
2–0 Anglia Leeds United
(ENG)
Maksimir,
Zagreb
Anglia Leeds United
(ENG)
0–0 Iugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb
(YUG)
Elland Road,
Leeds
Dinamo Zagreb won 2–0 on aggregate
1967–68

Details

Anglia Leeds United
(ENG)
1–0 Ungaria Ferencváros
(HUN)
Elland Road,
Leeds
Ungaria Ferencváros
(HUN)
0–0 Anglia Leeds United
(ENG)
Nepstadion,
Budapest
Leeds United won 1–0 on aggregate
1968–69

Details

Anglia Newcastle United
(ENG)
3–0 Ungaria Újpest
(HUN)
St James' Park,
Newcastle
Ungaria Újpest
(HUN)
2–3 Anglia Newcastle United
(ENG)
Megyeri úti Stadium,
Budapest
Newcastle United won 6–2 on aggregate
1969–70

Details

Belgia Anderlecht
(BEL)
3–1 Anglia Arsenal
(ENG)
Parc Astrid,
Brussels
Anglia Arsenal
(ENG)
3–0 Belgia Anderlecht
(BEL)
Highbury,
London
Arsenal won 4–3 on aggregate
1970–71

Details

Italia Juventus
(ITA)
2–2 Anglia Leeds United
(ENG)
Stadio Comunale,
Turin
Anglia Leeds United
(ENG)
1–1 Italia Juventus
(ITA)
Elland Road,
Leeds
Aggregate: 3–3
Leeds United won on away goals

aet – after extra time

Results by club[modificare | modificare sursă]

Club Wins Runners-up Years won Years runner-up
Barcelona 3 1 1958, 1960, 1966 1962
Valencia 2 1 1962, 1963 1964
Leeds United 2 1 1968, 1971 1967
Real Zaragoza 1 1 1964 1966
Ferencváros 1 1 1965 1968
Dinamo Zagreb 1 1 1967 1963
Roma 1 0 1961
Newcastle United 1 0 1969
Arsenal 1 0 1970
Birmingham City 0 2 1960, 1961
Juventus 0 2 1965, 1971
London XI 0 1 1958
Újpest 0 1 1969
Anderlecht 0 1 1970

Results by country[modificare | modificare sursă]

Country Wins Runners-up
 Spain 6 3
Anglia Anglia 4 4
 Hungary 1 2
Italia Italia 1 2
Iugoslavia Iugoslavia 1 1
Belgia Belgia 0 1

Trophy play-off match[modificare | modificare sursă]

On 22 September 1971, a one-off match was played between the first ever winners (FC Barcelona) and the last ever winners (Leeds United) of the Fairs Cup, to decide who would gain permanent possession of the original trophy. Barcelona won this play-off 2–1.

Season Home Team Score Away Team Venue
1971

Trophy Play-Off

Spania Barcelona
(ESP)
2–1 Anglia Leeds United
(ENG)
Camp Nou,
Barcelona
Single match play-off

All-time top goalscorers[modificare | modificare sursă]

This is the list of top scorers in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, from 1955 to 1971 when the competition was taken over by UEFA and rebranded as UEFA Cup.

Rank Player Goals Club
1 Waldo 31 Valencia
2 Peter Lorimer 20 Leeds United
3 Flórián Albert 19 Ferencváros
Ferenc Bene Újpest
José Antonio Zaldúa Barcelona
6 Pedro Waldemar Manfredini 18 Roma
7 Evaristo de Macedo 17 Barcelona
8 Vicente Guillot 16 Valencia
9 Marcelino Martínez 15 Real Zaragoza
10 Héctor Núñez 14 Valencia

Referințe și note[modificare | modificare sursă]

  1. ^ a b c Head and Tails for the English (Spanish) This articles indicates F. C. Barcelona participated in this first edition of the tournament representing the City of Barcelona, and using, not the colors of the club, but the colors of the city.

Legături externe[modificare | modificare sursă]