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The 1989–90 UEFA Cup was won by Juventus on aggregate over Fiorentina. This was the first final between two Italian sides in the UEFA competitions history and the third between two clubs of the same country. It was the last season for which English clubs were banned from European competitions, as sequel to the Heysel disaster in May 1985. The English clubs who missed out of this season of the competition were Nottingham Forest, Norwich City, Derby County and Tottenham Hotspur.

Contents

1 Preliminary round 2 First round

2.1 First leg 2.2 Second leg

3 Second round

3.1 First leg 3.2 Second leg

4 Third round

4.1 First leg 4.2 Second leg

5 Quarter-finals

5.1 First leg 5.2 Second leg

6 Semi-finals

6.1 First leg 6.2 Second leg

7 Final

7.1 First leg 7.2 Second leg

8 External links

Preliminary round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Auxerre 3–2 Dinamo Zagreb 0–1 3–1

First round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Austria Wien 4–0 Ajax 1–0 3–0

Vitosha Sofia 3–4 Royal Antwerp 0–0 3–4

Apollon Limassol 1–4 Real Zaragoza 0–3 1–1

Aberdeen 2–2(a) Rapid Wien 2–1 0–1

Hibernian 4–0 Videoton 1–0 3–0

Atlético Madrid 1–1(p) Fiorentina 1–0 0–1

Valencia 4–2 Victoria București 3–1 1–1

Kuusysi 2–3 Paris Saint-Germain 0–0 2–3

RoPS 2–1 GKS Katowice 1–1 1–0

Auxerre 8–0 KS Apolonia Fier 5–0 3–0

Sochaux 12–0 Jeunesse Esch 7–0 5–0

Iraklis 1–2 Sion 1–0 0–2

Glentoran 1–5 Dundee United 1–3 0–2

IA 1–6 RFC Liège 0–2 1–4

Atalanta 0–2 Spartak Moscow 0–0 0–2

Valletta 1–7 First Vienna 1–4 0–3

Lillestrøm 1–5 Werder Bremen 1–3 0–2

Twente 1–4 Club Brugge 0–0 1–4

Górnik Zabrze 2–5 Juventus 0–1 2–4

Sporting CP 0–0(p) Napoli 0–0 0–0

Porto 4–1 Flacăra Moreni 2–0 2–1

Köln 5–1 FC Nitra 4–1 1–0

Stuttgart 3–2 Feyenoord 2–0 1–2

Örgryte 2–7 Hamburg 1–2 1–5

Wettingen 5–0 Dundalk 3–0 2–0

Galatasaray 1–3 Red Star Belgrade 1–1 0–2

Dynamo Kyiv 6–1 MTK Hungaria 4–0 2–1

Zenit Leningrad 3–1 Næstved 3–1 0–0

Žalgiris 2–1 Göteborg 2–0 0–1

Rad 2–3 Olympiacos 2–1 0–2

Karl-Marx-Stadt 3–2 Boavista 1–0 2–2(aet)

Hansa Rostock 2–7 Baník Ostrava 2–3 0–4

First leg[edit]

12 September 1989

Iraklis 1–0 Sion

Tountziaris  28'

Kaftanzoglio Stadium, Thessaloniki Attendance: 14,041 Referee: Jozef Marko (Czech Republic)

13 September 1989

Atlético Madrid 1–0 Fiorentina

Baltazar  76'

Vicente Calderón Stadium, Madrid Attendance: 38,000 Referee: Aron Schmidhuber (West Germany)

13 September 1989

Atalanta 0–0 Spartak Moscow

Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia, Bergamo Attendance: 25,000 Referee: Marcel van Langenhove (Belgium)

12 September 1989

Górnik Zabrze 0–1 Juventus

Zavarov  72'

Zabrze

13 September 1989

Sporting CP 0–0 Napoli

Lisbon

13 September 1989

Valencia 3–1 Victoria București

Toni  36' Fenoll  48' Quique  72'

Coraș  62'

Estadio Luís Casanova, Valencia Attendance: 40,000 Referee: Karl-Heinz Tritschler (West Germany)

13 September 1989

Porto 2–0 Flacăra Moreni

Zé Carlos  36' Branco  48'

Estádio das Antas, Porto Attendance: 50,000 Referee: Gerhardt Kapl (Austria)

Second leg[edit]

26 September 1989

Sion 2–0 Iraklis

Baljić  75' López  79'

Stade Tourbillon, Sion Attendance: 14.630 Referee: Enriquez Negreira (Spain)

Sion won 2–1 on aggregate.

27 September 1989

Fiorentina 1–0 Atlético Madrid

Buso  25'

Penalties

Battistini Pioli Sereni Volpecina Baggio 3–1 Futre Marina Bustingorri Manolo

Stadio Renato Curi, Perugia Attendance: 24,500 Referee: Michel Vautrot (France)

This season Fiorentina played in Perugia as Fiorentina's stadium was undergoing renovations for the 1990 FIFA World Cup. Fiorentina 1–1 Atlético Madrid on aggregate. Fiorentina won 3–1 on penalties.

27 September 1989

Spartak Moscow 2–0 Atalanta

Cherenkov  28' Rodionov  85'

Central Lenin Stadium, Moscow Attendance: 55,000 Referee: Bo Karlsson (Sweden)

Spartak Moscow won 2–0 on aggregate.

27 September 1989

Juventus 4–2 Górnik Zabrze

Schillaci  2'  25' Fortunato  4' Marocchi  6'

Koseła  43' Lissek  82'

Turin

Juventus won 5–2 on aggregate.

27 September 1989

Napoli 0–0 Sporting CP

Penalties

Crippa Careca Mauro Baroni Maradona Ferrara 4–3 Luizinho Douglas Marlon Paulinho Cascavel Carlos Manuel Fernando Gomes

Naples

Napoli 0–0 Sporting CP on aggregate. Napoli won 4–3 on penalties.

27 September 1989

Victoria București 1–1 Valencia

Hanganu  52'

Toni  37'

Victoria Stadium, Bucharest Attendance: 8,000 Referee: Luigi Agnolin (Italy)

Valencia won 4–2 on aggregate.

27 September 1989

Flacăra Moreni 1–2 Porto

Beldie  52'

Magalhães  21' Águas  89'

Stadionul Flacăra, Moreni Attendance: 8,000 Referee: Yusuf Namoğlu (Turkey)

Porto won 4–1 on aggregate. Second round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

First Vienna 3–3(a) Olympiacos 2–2 1–1

Royal Antwerp 6–3 Dundee United 4–0 2–3

Club Brugge 4–6 Rapid Wien 1–2 3–4

Hibernian 0–1 RFC Liège 0–0 0–1(aet)

Real Zaragoza 1–2 Hamburg 1–0 0–2(aet)

RoPS 0–8 Auxerre 0–5 0–3

Paris Saint-Germain 1–3 Juventus 0–1 1–2

Fiorentina (a)1–1 Sochaux 0–0 1–1

Porto 5–4 Valencia 3–1 2–3

Werder Bremen 5–2 Austria Wien 5–0 0–2

Köln 3–1 Spartak Moscow 3–1 0–0

Sion 3–5 Karl-Marx-Stadt 2–1 1–4

Wettingen 1–2 Napoli 0–0 1–2

Dynamo Kyiv 4–1 Baník Ostrava 3–0 1–1

Zenit Leningrad 0–6 Stuttgart 0–1 0–5

Red Star Belgrade 5–1 Žalgiris 4–1 1–0

First leg[edit]

18 October 1989

Paris Saint-Germain 0–1 Juventus

Barros  65'

Paris

18 October 1989

Fiorentina 0–0 Sochaux

Perugia

18 October 1989

Wettingen 0–0 Napoli

Zürich

Second leg[edit]

1 November 1989

Juventus 2–1 Paris Saint-Germain

Galia  26' Bosser  83' (o.g.)

Bravo  30'

Turin

Juventus won 3–1 on aggregate.

1 November 1989

Sochaux 1–1 Fiorentina

Laurey  36'

Buso  32'

Montbéliard

Sochaux 1–1 Fiorentina on aggregate. Fiorentina won on away goals rule.

1 November 1989

Napoli 2–1 Wettingen

Baroni  47' Mauro  74' (pen.)

Bertelsen  13'

Naples

Napoli won 2–1 on aggregate. Third round[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Rapid Wien 2–3 RFC Liège 1–0 1–3

Royal Antwerp 2–1 Stuttgart 1–0 1–1

Olympiacos 1–1(a) Auxerre 1–1 0–0

Fiorentina 1–0 Dynamo Kyiv 1–0 0–0

Napoli 3–8 Werder Bremen 2–3 1–5

Juventus 3–1 Karl-Marx-Stadt 2–1 1–0

Hamburg (a)2–2 Porto 1–0 1–2

Red Star Belgrade 2–3 Köln 2–0 0–3

First leg[edit]

22 November 1989

Fiorentina 1–0 Dynamo Kyiv

Baggio  77' (pen.)

Stadio Renato Curi, Perugia Attendance: 30,000 Referee: Karl-Heinz Tritschler (West Germany)

22 November 1989

Napoli 2–3 Werder Bremen

Alemão  52' Careca  65'

Neubarth  41' Riedle  46' Rufer  90'

Naples

22 November 1989

Juventus 2–1 Karl-Marx-Stadt

Schillaci  82' Casiraghi  88'

Wienhold  70'

Turin

22 November 1989

Red Star Belgrade 2–0 Köln

Savićević  76', 80'

Red Star Stadium, Belgrade Attendance: 62,141 Referee: Gerard Biguet (France)

Second leg[edit]

6 December 1989

Dynamo Kyiv 0–0 Fiorentina

Republican Stadium, Kiev Attendance: 70,000 Referee: Joe Worrall (England)

Fiorentina won 1–0 on aggregate.

6 December 1989

Werder Bremen 5–1 Napoli

Riedle  24', 62' Rufer  55' Sauer  88' Eilts  90'

Bratseth  70' (o.g.)

Bremen

Werder Bremen won 8–3 on aggregate.

6 December 1989

Karl-Marx-Stadt 0–1 Juventus

De Agostini  20'

Karl-Marx-Stadt

Juventus won 3–1 on aggregate.

6 December 1989

Köln 3–0 Red Star Belgrade

Götz  59', 83' Ordenewitz  90'

Müngersdorfer Stadion, Cologne Attendance: 40,000 Referee: Jozef Marko (Czechoslovakia)

Köln won 3–1 on aggregate. Quarter-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

RFC Liège 3–4 Werder Bremen 1–4 2–0

Fiorentina 2–0 Auxerre 1–0 1–0

Köln 2–0 Royal Antwerp 2–0 0–0

Hamburg 2–3 Juventus 0–2 2–1

First leg[edit]

7 March 1990

RFC Liège 1–4 Werder Bremen

Varga  40'

Bockenfeld  32' Riedle  35', 68' Rufer  39'

Stade Vélodrome de Rocourt, Liège

7 March 1990

Fiorentina 1–0 Auxerre

Volpecina  6'

Stadio Renato Curi, Perugia

7 March 1990

Köln 2–0 Royal Antwerp

Littbarski  2' Giske  53'

Müngersdorfer Stadion, Cologne

7 March 1990

Hamburg 0–2 Juventus

Schillaci  51' Casiraghi  58'

Volksparkstadion, Hamburg

Second leg[edit]

21 March 1990

Werder Bremen 0–2 RFC Liège

De Sart  25' Milošević  80' (pen.)

Weser-Stadion, Bremen

Werder Bremen won 4–3 on aggregate.

21 March 1990

Auxerre 0–1 Fiorentina

Nappi  78'

Stade de l'Abbé-Deschamps, Auxerre

Fiorentina won 2–0 on aggregate.

21 March 1990

Royal Antwerp 0–0 Köln

Bosuilstadion, Antwerp

Köln won 2–0 on aggregate.

21 March 1990

Juventus 1–2 Hamburg

Galia  34'

Furtok  72' Merkle  78'

Stadio Olimpico di Torino, Turin

Juventus won 3–2 on aggregate. Semi-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg

Juventus 3–2 Köln 3–2 0–0

Werder Bremen 1–1(a) Fiorentina 1–1 0–0

First leg[edit]

4 April 1990

Juventus 3–2 Köln

Rui Barros  22' Higl  45' (o.g.) Marocchi  53'

Götz  80' Sturm  90'

Stadio Olimpico di Torino, Turin

3 April 1990

Werder Bremen 1–1 Fiorentina

Landucci  90' (o.g.)

Nappi  78'

Weser-Stadion, Bremen

Second leg[edit]

18 April 1990

Köln 0–0 Juventus

Müngersdorfer Stadion, Cologne

Juventus won 3–2 on aggregate.

17 April 1990

Fiorentina 0–0 Werder Bremen

Stadio Renato Curi, Perugia

Fiorentina 1–1 Werder Bremen on aggregate. Fiorentina won on away goals rule. Final[edit] Main article: 1990 UEFA Cup Final First leg[edit]

2 May 1990

Juventus 3–1 Fiorentina

Galia  3' Casiraghi  59' De Agostini  73'

Buso  10'

Stadio Olimpico di Torino, Turin Attendance: 47,519 Referee: Emilio Soriano Aladrén (Spain)

Second leg[edit]

16 May 1990

Fiorentina 0–0 Juventus

Stadio Partenio, Avellino Attendance: 30,999 Referee: Aron Schmidhuber (West Germany)

Juventus won 3–1 on aggregate. External links[edit]

Official UEFA Website

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