1961–62 European Cup Winners' Cup

The 1961–62 season of the European Cup Winners' Cup club football tournament was won by Atlético Madrid of Spain in a replayed final against holders Fiorentina. It was the first season of the tournament to be directly organised by UEFA.[1]

1961–62 European Cup Winners' Cup
Tournament details
Teams23
Final positions
ChampionsSpain Atlético Madrid (1st title)
Runners-upItaly Fiorentina
Tournament statistics
Matches played44
Goals scored171 (3.89 per match)

Preliminary roundEdit

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Swansea Town   3–7   Motor Jena 2–2

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1–5

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La Chaux-de-Fonds   6–7   Leixões 6–2

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0–5

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Glenavon   2–7   Leicester City 1–4

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1–3

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Sedan   3–7   Atlético Madrid 2–3

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1–4

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Rapid Wien   5–2   Spartak Varna 0–0

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5–2

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Floriana   4–15   Újpest Dózsa 2–5

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2–10

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Dunfermline Athletic   8–1   St Patrick's Athletic 4–1

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4–0

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First legEdit

Dunfermline Athletic  4–1  St Patrick's Athletic
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Attendance: 18,890

Second legEdit

St Patrick's Athletic  0–4  Dunfermline Athletic
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Attendance: 6,220

Dunfermline Athletic won 8–1 on aggregate.

First roundEdit

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Motor Jena   9–2   Alliance Dudelange 7–0

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2–2

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Leixões   2–1   Progresul București 1–1

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1–0

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Werder Bremen   5–2   AGF 2–0

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3–2

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Leicester City   1–3   Atlético Madrid 1–1

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0–2

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Olympiacos   2–4   Dynamo Žilina 2–3

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0–1

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Fiorentina   9–3   Rapid Wien 3–1

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6–2

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Ajax   3–4   Újpest Dózsa 2–1

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1–3

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Dunfermline Athletic   5–2   FK Vardar 5–0

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0–2

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First legEdit

Leixões  1–1  Progresul București
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Fiorentina  3–1  Rapid Wien
Milani   12'
Hamrin   49'
Jonsson   68'
Seitl   81'

Second legEdit

Rapid Wien  2–6  Fiorentina
Schmid   85', 89' Milani   28', 59', 70'
Dell'Angelo   42'
Jonsson   50'
Hamrin   65'

Fiorentina won 9–3 on aggregate.


Progresul București  0–1  Leixões
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Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Franz Mayer (Austria)

Leixões won 2–1 on aggregate.

Quarter-finalsEdit

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Motor Jena   4–2   Leixões 1–1

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3–11

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Werder Bremen   2–4   Atlético Madrid 1–1

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1–3

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Dynamo Žilina   3–4   Fiorentina 3–2

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0–2

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Újpest Dózsa   5–3   Dunfermline Athletic 4–3

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1–0

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Notes
  • Note 1: Second leg played in Gera after visas denied to the East German players.

First legEdit

Dynamo Žilina  3–2  Fiorentina
Jakubčík   11', 63'
Majerník   42'
Milani   47'
Dell'Angelo   85'

Second legEdit

Fiorentina  2–0  Dynamo Žilina
Ferretti   38'
Hamrin   40'

Fiorentina won 4–2 on aggregate.

Semi-finalsEdit

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Motor Jena   0–5   Atlético Madrid 0–1 0–4
Fiorentina   3–0   Újpest Dózsa 2–0 1–0

First legEdit

Motor Jena  0–1  Atlético Madrid
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Peiró   61'
Attendance: 27,500

Fiorentina  2–0  Újpest Dózsa
Hamrin   6', 47' Report
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Second legEdit

Atlético Madrid  4–0  Motor Jena
Mendonça   14', 60'
Jones   18', 54'
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Atlético Madrid won 5–0 on aggregate.


Újpest Dózsa  0–1  Fiorentina
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Bartu   56'
Attendance: 21,277
Referee: Referee: Friedrich Mayer (Austria)

Fiorentina won 3–0 on aggregate.

FinalEdit

Atlético Madrid  1–1  Fiorentina
Peiró   11' Report
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Hamrin   27'
Attendance: 27,000

ReplayEdit

Atlético Madrid  3–0  Fiorentina
Jones   8'
Mendonça   27'
Peiró   59'
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See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Vieli, André, ed. (August 2010). "European Cup Winners' Cup makes its debut" (PDF). uefa.direct. Nyon: Union of European Football Associations (100): 15. Retrieved 4 July 2011.
  2. ^ Game played in Sweden because Motor Jena were denied visas to enter Spain.

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