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European Cup final results since 1955-1956


Year Winners   Runners-up   Venue
2014 Real Madrid
4
Atletico Madrid
1 (aet)
Estadio da Luz
2013 Borussia Dortmund  1 Bayern Munich 2 Wembley Stadium
2012 Chelsea  4 Bayern Munich (1-1) 3 (pen) Munich
2011 Barcelona  3 Manchester United 1 Wembley Stadium
2010 Inter Milan 2 Bayern Munich 0 Santiago Bernabéu
2009 Barcelona 2 Manchester United 0 Rome
2008 Manchester United 6 Chelsea (1-1) 5 (pen) Moscow
2007 AC Milan 2 Liverpool 1 Athens
2006 Barcelona 2 Arsenal 1 Paris
2005 Liverpool 3 AC Milan (3-3) 2 (pen) Istanbul
2004 Porto 3 Monaco 0 Gelsenkirchen
2003 AC Milan 3 Juventus (0-0) 2 (pen) Manchester
2002 Real Madrid 2 Bayer Leverkusen 1 Glasgow
2001 Bayern Munich 5 Valencia (1-1) 4 (pen) Milan
2000 Real Madrid 3 Valencia 0 Paris
1999 Manchester United 2 Bayern Munich 1 Barcelona
1998 Real Madrid 1 Juventus 0 Amsterdam
1997 Borussia Dortmund 3 Juventus 1 Munich
1996 Juventus 4 Ajax Amsterdam (1-1) 2 (pen) Rome
1995 Ajax Amsterdam 1 AC Milan 0 Vienna
1994 AC Milan 4 Barcelona 0 Athens
1993 Olympique Marseille 1 AC Milan 0* Munich
1992 Barcelona 1 Sampdoria 0 (aet) London
1991 Red Star Belgrade 5 Olympique Marseille (0-0) 3 (pen) Bari
1990 AC Milan 1 Benfica 0 Vienna
1989 AC Milan 4 Steaua Bucharest 0 Barcelona
1988 PSV Eindhoven 6 Benfica (0-0) 5 (pen) Stuttgart
1987 Porto 2 Bayern Munich 1 Vienna
1986 Steaua Bucarest 2 Barcelona (0-0) 0 (pen) Seville
1985 Juventus 1 Liverpool 0 Brussels
1984 Liverpool 4 AS Roma (1-1) 2 (pen) Rome
1983 Hamburg SV 1 Juventus 0 Athens
1982 Aston Villa 1 Bayern Munich 0 Rotterdam
1981 Liverpool 1 Real Madrid 0 Paris
1980 Nottingham Forest 1 Hamburg SV 0 Madrid
1979 Nottingham Forest 1 Malmo FF 0 Munich
1978 Liverpool 1 Club Bruges 0 London
1977 Liverpool 3 B Moenchengladbach 1 Rome
1976 Bayern Munich 1 St Etienne 0 Glasgow
1975 Bayern Munich 2 Leeds United 0 Paris
1974 Bayern Munich 4 Atletico Madrid 0 Brussels
1973 Ajax Amsterdam 1 Juventus 0 Belgrade
1972 Ajax Amsterdam 2 Inter Milan 0 Rotterdam
1971 Ajax Amsterdam 2 Panathinaikos 0 London
1970 Feyenoord 2 Celtic 1 (aet) Milan
1969 AC Milan 4 Ajax Amsterdam 1 Madrid
1968 Manchester United 4 Benfica 1 (aet) London
1967 Celtic 2 Inter Milan 1 Lisbon
1966 Real Madrid 2 Partizan Belgrade 1 Brussels
1965 Inter Milan 1 Benfica 0 Milan
1964 Inter Milan 3 Real Madrid 1 Vienna
1963 AC Milan 2 Benfica 1 London
1962 Benfica 5 Real Madrid 3 Amsterdam
1961 Benfica 3 Barcelona 2 Berne
1960 Real Madrid 7 Eintracht Frankfurt 3 Glasgow
1959 Real Madrid 2 Stade Reims 0 Stuttgart
1958 Real Madrid 3 AC Milan 2 (aet) Brussels
1957 Real Madrid 2 Fiorentina 0 Madrid
1956 Real Madrid 4 Stade Reims 3 Paris

Since the competition began in 1955/56 the following clubs have won the European Cup:

  • 10 - Real Madrid (Spain)
  • 7 - AC Milan (Italy)
  • 5 - Liverpool (England), Bayern Munich (Germany)
  • 4 - Barcelona (Spain), Ajax Amsterdam (Holland)
  • 3 -Manchester United (England), Inter Milan (Italy)
  • 2 - Benfica (Portugal), Juventus (Italy), Nottingham Forest (England), Porto (Portugal)
  • 1 - Celtic (Scotland), Hamburg SV (Germany), Steaua Bucharest (Romania), Olympique Marseille (France), Feyenoord (Holland), Aston Villa (England), PSV Eindhoven (Holland), Red Star Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Borussia Dortmund (Germany), Chelsea (England).

* Competition became the Champions League in 1992

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