Who won the 1970 European Cup Winners Cup?

November 5, 2019 Off By idswater

Who won the 1970 European Cup Winners Cup?

Manchester City
It was the final match of the 1969–70 European Cup Winners’ Cup and the tenth European Cup Winners’ Cup final. Both sides made their first appearance in a European final. Manchester City won the match 2–1 thanks to goals by Neil Young and Francis Lee.

Who beat Celtic in 1969 European Cup?

Feyenoord
The San Siro in Milan hosted the final. The 1969–70 European Cup football club tournament was won by Feyenoord in an extra time final victory against Celtic. It was the first time the cup was won by a Dutch club, as well as the first of four-straight years the tournament would be won by Dutch clubs.

What happened to Cup Winners Cup?

As Champions League expanded several times by including more teams from the European leagues, the teams qualified for the Cup Winners’ Cup were no longer among the top clubs. Because of the decreased status, UEFA decided to end the competition after the 1998-1999 tournament.

Who was in the 1970 Champions League final?

With Johan Cruyff to the fore, Rinus Michel’s AFC Ajax demonstrated their ‘totaal voetbal’ philosophy in the European Champion Clubs’ Cup, with Panathinaikos FC unable to lay a glove on them in the Wembley final. You may also like… Recall some memorable moments from past matches between the sides in the Champions League.

Who was the winner of the 1970 European Cup?

The 1970 European Cup Final was a football match held at the San Siro, Milan, on 6 May 1970, that saw Feijenoord of the Netherlands defeat Celtic of Scotland 2–1 after extra time. Ove Kindvall’s goal in the 117th minute meant the trophy was won by a Dutch club for the first time. It remains Feyenoord’s only European Cup triumph.

Who was the last Champions League team to win the Cup?

As Champions League expanded several times by including more teams from the European leagues, the teams qualified for the Cup Winners’ Cup were no longer among the top clubs. Because of the decreased status, UEFA decided to end the competition after the 1998-1999 tournament. Lazio would become the last cup champions.

When was the UEFA Champions League first played?

The UEFA Champions League is a seasonal football competition established in 1955. Prior to the 1992–93 season, the tournament was named the European Cup.

With Johan Cruyff to the fore, Rinus Michel’s AFC Ajax demonstrated their ‘totaal voetbal’ philosophy in the European Champion Clubs’ Cup, with Panathinaikos FC unable to lay a glove on them in the Wembley final. You may also like… Recall some memorable moments from past matches between the sides in the Champions League.

The 1970 European Cup Final was a football match held at the San Siro, Milan, on 6 May 1970, that saw Feijenoord of the Netherlands defeat Celtic of Scotland 2–1 after extra time. Ove Kindvall’s goal in the 117th minute meant the trophy was won by a Dutch club for the first time. It remains Feyenoord’s only European Cup triumph.

Who are the teams that have won the Champions League three times?

Teams that have won the UEFA Champions League three consecutive times, or five times overall, receive a multiple-winner badge. Six teams have earned this privilege: Real Madrid, Ajax, Bayern Munich, Milan, Liverpool, and Barcelona. Until 2009, clubs that had earned that badge were allowed to keep the European Champion Clubs’ Cup