1972–73 European Cup Winners' Cup

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1972–73 European Cup Winners' Cup
Final positions
Champions Italy Milan (2nd title)
Runners-up England Leeds United

The 1972–73 European Cup Winners' Cup football club tournament was won by Milan after a 1–0 victory against Leeds United at the Kaftanzoglio Stadium, Thessaloniki, Greece.

Competition holders Rangers would have been eligible to compete in the Cup Winners' Cup, but were banned from European competition in the 1972–73 season due to the violent disturbances at the 1972 European Cup Winners' Cup Final.[1]

First round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Bastia France 1–2 Spain Atlético Madrid 0–0
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1–2
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Spartak Moscow Soviet Union 1–0 Netherlands FC Den Haag 1–0
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(Report 2)
0–0
(Report)
(Report 2)
Víkingur Iceland 0–11 Poland Legia Warszawa 0–2
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0–9
(Report)
(Report 2)
Red Boys Differdange Luxembourg 1–7 Italy Milan 1–4
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(Report 2)
0–3
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Pezoporikos Cyprus 2–6 Republic of Ireland Cork Hibernians 1–2
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1–4
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Schalke 04 West Germany 5–2 Bulgaria Slavia Sofia 2–1
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(Report 2)
3–1
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Floriana Malta 1–6 Hungary Ferencváros 1–0
(Report)
(Report 2)
0–6
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Standard Liège Belgium 3–4 Czechoslovakia Sparta Prague 1–0
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2–4
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Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany 8–4 Finland MP 6–1
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2–3
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Ankaragücü Turkey 1–2 England Leeds United 1–1
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0–1
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Rapid Wien Austria 2–2 (a) Greece PAOK 0–0
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2–2
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Rapid București Romania 3–1 Sweden Landskrona BoIS 3–0
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0–1
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Sporting CP Portugal 3–7 Scotland Hibernian 2–1
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1–6
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Fremad Amager Denmark 1–1 (a) Albania Besa Kavajë 1–1
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0–0
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Zürich Switzerland 2–3 Wales Wrexham 1–1
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1–2
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Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–0 Norway Fredrikstad 1–0
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1–0
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(Report 2)

First leg[edit]

Red Boys Differdange Luxembourg 1–4 Italy Milan
H. Klein Goal 90' Prati Goal 5'10'
Turone Goal 19'
Chiarugi Goal 83'
Attendance: 5,200
Referee: Robert Wurtz (France)

Ankaragücü Turkey 1–1 England Leeds United
Yalman Goal 50' (pen.) Jordan Goal 44'
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Kevork Ghemigean (Romania)

Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1–0 Norway Fredrikstad
Nadoveza Goal 19'
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Faik Bajrami (Albania)

Sporting CP Portugal 2–1 Scotland Hibernian
Fraguito Goal 59'
Manaca Goal 61'
Duncan Goal 69'
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Arie Van Gemert (Netherlands)

Second leg[edit]

Milan Italy 3–0 Luxembourg Red Boys Differdange
Chiarugi Goal 4'66'
Benetti Goal 33'
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Richard Casha (Malta)

AC Milan won 7–1 on aggregate.


Leeds United England 1–0 Turkey Ankaragücü
Jones Goal 68'
Attendance: 22,411
Referee: Klaus Ohmsen (West Germany)

Leeds United won 2–1 on aggregate.


Fredrikstad Norway 0–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split
Nadoveza Goal 25'
Attendance: 7,781
Referee: Kai Rasmussen (Denmark)

Hajduk Split won 2–0 on aggregate.


Hibernian Scotland 6–1 Portugal Sporting CP
Gordon Goal 28'59'
O'Rourke Goal 55'63'80' (pen.)
Manaca Goal 87' (o.g.)
Yazalde Goal 42'
Attendance: 26,041
Referee: Günter Männig (Germany)

Hibernian won 7–3 on aggregate.

Second round[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Atlético Madrid Spain 5–5 (a) Soviet Union Spartak Moscow 3–4
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2–1
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Legia Warsaw Poland 2–3 Italy Milan 1–1
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1–2(aet)
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Cork Hibernians Republic of Ireland 0–3 West Germany Schalke 04 0–0
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0–3
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Ferencváros Hungary 3–4 Czechoslovakia Sparta Prague 2–0
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1–4
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Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany 0–2 England Leeds United 0–0
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0–2
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Rapid Wien Austria 2–4 Romania Rapid București 1–1
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1–3
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Hibernian Scotland 8–2 Albania Besa Kavajë 7–1
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1–1
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Wrexham Wales 3–3 (a) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 3–1
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0–2
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First leg[edit]

Carl Zeiss Jena East Germany 0–0 England Leeds United
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Leo Van der Kroft (Netherlands)

Legia Warsaw Poland 1–1 Italy Milan
Deyna Goal 79' Golin Goal 75'
Attendance: 50,000

Wrexham Wales 3–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split
Tinnion Goal 14'
Smallman Goal 15'
Mužinić Goal 40' (o.g.)
Jovanić Goal 84'
Attendance: 19,013
Referee: Paul Bonett (Malta)

Second leg[edit]

Milan Italy 2–1 (a.e.t) Poland Legia Warsaw
Zignoli Goal 10'
Chiarugi Goal 118'
Pieszko Goal 44'
Attendance: 35,000

AC Milan won 3–2 on aggregate.


Leeds United England 2–0 East Germany Carl Zeiss Jena
Cherry Goal 55'
Jones Goal 64'
Attendance: 26,885

Leeds United won 2–0 on aggregate.


Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–0 Wales Wrexham
Nadoveza Goal 13'28' (pen.)
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: Janusz Eksztajn (Poland)

Hajduk Split 3–3 Wrexham on aggregate. Hajduk Split won on a away goals rule.

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Spartak Moscow Soviet Union 1–2 Italy Milan 0–1
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1–1
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Schalke 04 West Germany 2–4 Czechoslovakia Sparta Prague 2–1
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(Report 2)
0–3
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Leeds United England 8–1 Romania Rapid București 5–0
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(Report 2)
3–1
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Hibernian Scotland 4–5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 4–2
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0–3
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(Report 2)

First leg[edit]

Leeds United England 5–0 Romania Rapid București
Giles Goal 15'
Clarke Goal 25'
Lorimer Goal 33'50'
Jordan Goal 65'
Attendance: 25,702
Referee: Bohumil Smejkal (Czechoslovakia)

Spartak Moscow Soviet Union 0–1 Italy Milan
Benetti Goal 62'
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Jack Taylor (England)

Hibernian Scotland 4–2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split
Gordon Goal 7'26'60'
Duncan Goal 47'
Hlevnjak Goal 38'77'
Attendance: 28,424
Referee: Antonio Camacho Jiménez (Spain)

Second leg[edit]

Milan Italy 1–1 Soviet Union Spartak Moscow
Bigon Goal 2' Piskaryov Goal 7'
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Milivoje Gugulović (Yugoslavia)

AC Milan won 2–1 on aggregate.


Rapid București Romania 1–3 England Leeds United
Dumitriu Goal 62' Bates Goal 1'
Jones Goal 23'
Jordan Goal 75'
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Ove Dahlberg (Sweden)

Leeds United won 8–1 on aggregate.


Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 3–0 Scotland Hibernian
Bošković Goal 16'
Hlevnjak Goal 23'
Blackley Goal 53' (o.g.)
Attendance: 25,000

Hajduk Split won 5–4 on aggregate.

Semi-finals[edit]

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Milan Italy 2–0 Czechoslovakia Sparta Prague 1–0 1–0
Leeds United England 1–0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 1–0 0–0

First leg[edit]

Milan Italy 1–0 Czechoslovakia Sparta Prague
Chiarugi Goal 68' Report

Report 2

Attendance: 45,000
Referee: John Wright Paterson (Scotland)

Leeds United England 1–0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split
Clarke Goal 21' Report

Report 2

Attendance: 32,051
Referee: Gyula Emsberger (Hungary)

Second leg[edit]

Hajduk Split Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 0–0 England Leeds United
Report

Report 2

Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Robert Helies (France)

Leeds United won 1–0 on aggregate.


Sparta Prague Czechoslovakia 0–1 Italy Milan
Report

Report 2

Chiarugi Goal 74'
Attendance: 37,000
Referee: Pablo Augusto Sánchez Ibáñez (Spain)

Milan won 2–0 on aggregate.

Final[edit]

Milan Italy 1–0 England Leeds United
Chiarugi Goal 4' Report

Report 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gammon, Clive (10 June 1985). "A Day Of Horror And Shame". Sports Illustrated. Archived from the original on 2012-11-04. Retrieved 16 June 2013. The malady has afflicted Great Britain for more than 20 years, though it probably received wide attention in the sporting world for the first time in 1972 when, in what became known as the Battle of Barcelona, fans of the Glasgow Rangers rioted, causing their team to be suspended from European competition for a year. 

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