1984–85 European Cup

30th season of the UEFA club football tournament
1984–85 European Cup
Stade Roi Baudouin.JPG
The Heysel Stadium in Brussels hosted the final.
Tournament details
Dates19 September 1984 – 29 May 1985
Teams32
Final positions
ChampionsItaly Juventus (1st title)
Runners-upEngland Liverpool
Tournament statistics
Matches played61
Goals scored186 (3.05 per match)
Attendance1,546,110 (25,346 per match)
Top scorer(s)Torbjörn Nilsson (IFK Göteborg)
Michel Platini (Juventus)
(7 goals each)
← 1983–84
1985–86 →
International football competition

The 1984–85 season of the European Cup club football tournament was overshadowed by the Heysel Stadium disaster that happened prior to the final match. That edition was won for the first time by Juventus in a 1–0 win against defending champions Liverpool. At sporting level, with this result they became the first club to have won all three major European trophies (European Cup/UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League, and the Cup Winners' Cup), as well a posteriori as the one that needed the shortest amount of time to complete this (8 years).[1]

Following the disaster, English clubs received a five-year ban from entering any European competition, thus ending a period of great success for English clubs in the European Cup which had seen three clubs winning seven finals since 1977, including six successive finals up to 1982. Liverpool, English champions in 1989–90, were given an extra year's ban. There would be no English club to win the trophy until 1999, when Manchester United beat Bayern Munich 2–1.

Bracket

Preliminary round First round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
Finland Ilves 0 1 1
Italy Juventus 4 2 6 Italy Juventus 2 4 6
Switzerland Grasshopper 3 1 4 Switzerland Grasshopper 0 2 2
Hungary Honvéd 1 2 3 Italy Juventus 3 0 3
Norway Vålerenga 3 0 3 Czechoslovakia Sparta Praha 0 1 1
Czechoslovakia Sparta Praha 3 2 5 Czechoslovakia Sparta Praha 0 2 2
Albania Labinoti 0 0 0 Denmark Lyngby 0 1 1
Denmark Lyngby 3 3 6 Italy Juventus 3 0 3
France Bordeaux 3 0 3 France Bordeaux 0 2 2
Spain Athletic Bilbao 2 0 2 France Bordeaux 1 1 2
Romania Dinamo București 4 1 6 Romania Dinamo București 0 1 1
Cyprus Omonoia 1 2 3 France Bordeaux 1 1 2(5)
Bulgaria Levski Sofija 1 2 3 Soviet Union Dnipro 1 1 2(3)
West Germany Stuttgart 1 2 3 Bulgaria Levski Sofija 3 0 3
Turkey Trabzonspor 1 0 1 Soviet Union Dnipro 1 2 3
Soviet Union Dnipro 0 3 3 Italy Juventus 1
Scotland Aberdeen 2 1 3(4) England Liverpool 0
East Germany BFC Dynamo 1 2 3(5) East Germany BFC Dynamo 3 1 4
Austria Austria Wien 4 4 8 Austria Austria Wien 3 2 5
Malta Valletta 0 0 0 Austria Austria Wien 1 1 2
Poland Lech Poznań 0 0 0 England Liverpool 1 4 5
England Liverpool 1 4 5 England Liverpool 3 0 3
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Crvena zvezda 3 0 3 Portugal Benfica 1 1 2
Portugal Benfica 2 2 4 England Liverpool 4 1 5
Luxembourg Avenir Beggen 0 0 0 Greece Panathinaikos 0 0 0
Sweden IFK Göteborg 8 9 17 Sweden IFK Göteborg 1 1 2
Iceland ÍA 2 0 2 Belgium Beveren 0 2 2
Belgium Beveren 2 5 7 Sweden IFK Göteborg 0 2 2
Netherlands Feyenoord 0 1 1 Greece Panathinaikos 1 2 3
Greece Panathinaikos 0 2 2 Greece Panathinaikos 2 3 5
Northern Ireland Linfield 0 1 1 Northern Ireland Linfield 1 3 4
Republic of Ireland Shamrock Rovers 0 1 1

First round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Ilves Finland 1–6 Italy Juventus 0–4 1–2
Grasshopper Switzerland 4–3 Hungary Budapesti Honvéd 3–1 1–2
Vålerenga Norway 3–5 Czechoslovakia Sparta Praha 3–3 0–2
Labinoti Albania 0–6 Denmark Lyngby 0–3 0–3
Bordeaux France 3–2 Spain Athletic Bilbao 3–2 0–0
Dinamo București Romania 5–3 Cyprus Omonia 4–1 1–2
Levski-Spartak Bulgaria 3–3 (a) West Germany VfB Stuttgart 1–1 2–2
Trabzonspor Turkey 1–3 Soviet Union Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 1–0 0–3
Aberdeen Scotland 3–3 (4–5p) East Germany BFC Dynamo 2–1 1–2
Austria Wien Austria 8–0 Malta Valletta 4–0 4–0
Lech Poznań Poland 0–5 England Liverpool 0–1 0–4
Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 3–4 Portugal Benfica 3–2 0–2
Avenir Beggen Luxembourg 0–17 Sweden IFK Göteborg 0–8 0–9
ÍA Iceland 2–7 Belgium Beveren 2–2 0–5
Feyenoord Netherlands 1–2 Greece Panathinaikos 0–0 1–2
Linfield Northern Ireland 1–1 (a) Republic of Ireland Shamrock Rovers 0–0 1–1

First leg

Trabzonspor Turkey1–0Soviet Union Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
Lemi 8' Report
Attendance: 9,800[2]
Referee: Dušan Krchňák (Czechoslovakia)

Dinamo București Romania4–1Cyprus Omonia
Orac 25', 35'
Tulba 28'
Ţălnar 33'
Report Savvidis 17'
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Stojan Ilievski (Yugoslavia)

Lech Poznań Poland0–1England Liverpool
Report Wark 62'
Stadion Miejski w Poznaniu, Poznań
Attendance: 29,000[3]
Referee: Kjell Johansson (Sweden)

Labinoti Albania0–3Denmark Lyngby
Report Vilmar 52'
Spangsborg 62'
Schäfer 80'
Attendance: 15,000[4]
Referee: Lajos Németh (Hungary)

Vålerenga Norway3–3Czechoslovakia Sparta Praha
P. Jacobsen 33', 89'
Bergsvand 80'
Report Procházka 22', 49'
Chovanec 36'
Attendance: 2,489
Referee: Þorvarður Björnsson (Iceland)

Red Star Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia3–2Portugal Benfica
Janjanin 57' (pen.), 77' (pen.), 78' Report Elsner 27' (o.g.)
Diamantino 42'
Attendance: 63,542[5]

Ilves Finland0–4Italy Juventus
Report Rossi 12', 82', 89'
Platini 44' (pen.)
Attendance: 24,073[6]
Referee: Hans Harrysson (Sweden)

Levski-Spartak Bulgaria1–1West Germany VfB Stuttgart
Kurdov 64' Report Reichert 62'

ÍA Iceland2–2Belgium Beveren
K. Þórðarson 73'
Hákonarson 80'
Report Albert 53'
Christiaens 54'
Attendance: 2,889[8]
Referee: Jack Poucher (Northern Ireland)

Austria Wien Austria4–0Malta Valletta
Prohaska 18'
Polster 25'
Drabits 42', 47'
Report
Attendance: 6,200[9]
Referee: Jean Koster (Luxembourg)

Avenir Beggen Luxembourg0–8Sweden IFK Göteborg
Report Carlsson 4', 62'
T. Nilsson 20', 47', 75'
Fredriksson 22', 70' (pen.)
Andersson 84'

Grasshopper Switzerland3–1Hungary Budapesti Honvéd
Jara 31'
Müller 68', 72'
Report Dajka 30'
Attendance: 4,467[10]
Referee: José Pes Pérez (Spain)

Feyenoord Netherlands0–0Greece Panathinaikos
Report
Attendance: 38,542[11]
Referee: Neil Midgley (England)

Bordeaux France3–2Spain Athletic Bilbao
Müller 29'
Battiston 61'
Lacombe 80'
Report Endika 31'
Salinas 70'
Attendance: 23,989
Referee: Paolo Casarin (Italy)

Aberdeen Scotland2–1East Germany BFC Dynamo
Black 32', 67' Report Schulz 82'
Attendance: 19,769[12]
Referee: Marcel Van Langenhove (Belgium)

Linfield Northern Ireland0–0Republic of Ireland Shamrock Rovers
Report
Attendance: 4,907[13]
Referee: David Syme (Scotland)

Second leg

Budapesti Honvéd Hungary2–1Switzerland Grasshopper
Dajka 44'
Varga 52' (pen)
Report Ponte 13'

Grasshopper won 4–3 on aggregate.


Valletta Malta0–4Austria Austria Wien
Report Degeorgi 8'
Steinkogler 52'
Ogris 66', 67'
Attendance: 1,509[15]
Referee: Franz Gächter (Switzerland)

Austria Wien won 8–0 on aggregate.


Shamrock Rovers Republic of Ireland1–1Northern Ireland Linfield
Eccles 66' Report Jeffrey 30'
Attendance: 2,200
Referee: Howard King (Wales)

1–1 on aggregate; Linfield won on away goals.


Sparta Praha Czechoslovakia2–0Norway Vålerenga
Denk 42'
Straka 44'
Report
Attendance: 11,872

Sparta Praha won 5–3 on aggregate.


BFC Dynamo East Germany2–1 (a.e.t.)Scotland Aberdeen
Thom 50'
Ernst 84'
Report Angus 68'
Penalties
Ernst soccer ball with check mark
Rohde soccer ball with check mark
Schulz soccer ball with red X
Troppa soccer ball with check mark
Terletzki soccer ball with check mark
Trieloff soccer ball with check mark
5–4 soccer ball with check mark Porteous
soccer ball with check mark McQueen
soccer ball with check mark Hewitt
soccer ball with check mark Stark
soccer ball with red X Miller
soccer ball with red X Black

3–3 on aggregate; BFC Dynamo won 5–4 on penalties.


Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk Soviet Union3–0Turkey Trabzonspor
Lytovchenko 46', 67'
Necati 89' (o.g.)
Report
Stadion Metalurh, Kryvyi Rih [note 1]
Attendance: 25,400[18]
Referee: Einar Halle (Norway)

Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk won 3–1 on aggregate.


Lyngby Denmark3–0Albania Labinoti
F. Christensen 59'
Sørensen 62'
Spangsborg 89'
Report
Attendance: 2,021[19]
Referee: Osmo Orakangas (Finland)

Lyngby won 6–0 on aggregate.


IFK Göteborg Sweden9–0Luxembourg Avenir Beggen
Pettersson 24', 30'
T. Nilsson 28', 37'
Tommy Holmgren 50'
Fredriksson 64'
Gardner 70', 81'
Carlsson 75'
Report
Attendance: 6,072

IFK Göteborg won 17–0 on aggregate.


Omonia Cyprus2–1Romania Dinamo București
Dzhevizov 54'
Mavris 62'
Report Movilă 88'
Attendance: 13,650[20]
Referee: Ivan Yosifov (Bulgaria)

Dinamo Bucharest won 5–3 on aggregate.


VfB Stuttgart West Germany2–2Bulgaria Levski-Spartak
Allgöwer 14', 38' Report Iliev 29'
Tsvetkov 60'
Neckarstadion, Stuttgart
Attendance: 22,000

3–3 on aggregate; Levski-Spartak won on away goals.


Beveren Belgium5–0Iceland ÍA
Albert 20'
Schönberger 30'
Theunis 49'
Christiaens 72'
Gorez 87'
Report
Attendance: 7,000

Beveren won 7–2 on aggregate.


Panathinaikos Greece2–1Netherlands Feyenoord
Mavridis 41'
Rocha 43'
Report Rep 69'
Olympiako Stadio O.A.K.A., Athens
Attendance: 73,991

Panathinaikos won 2–1 on aggregate.


Juventus Italy2–1Finland Ilves
Platini 57', 65' Report Kuuluvainen 19'
Attendance: 3,232[21]
Referee: Charles Scerri (Malta)

Juventus won 6–1 on aggregate.


Athletic Bilbao Spain0–0France Bordeaux
Report
Estadio San Mamés, Bilbao
Attendance: 36,000[22]

Bordeaux won 3–2 on aggregate.


Liverpool England4–0Poland Lech Poznań
Wark 16', 20', 86'
Walsh 35'
Report
Attendance: 22,143
Referee: Gerard Geurds (Netherlands)

Liverpool won 5–0 on aggregate.


Benfica Portugal2–0Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade
Carlos Manuel 74', 80' Report
Estádio da Luz, Lisbon
Attendance: 32,000

Benfica won 4–3 on aggregate.

Second round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Juventus Italy 6–2 Switzerland Grasshopper 2–0 4–2
Sparta Praha Czechoslovakia 2–1 Denmark Lyngby 0–0 2–1
Bordeaux France 2–1 Romania Dinamo București 1–0 1–1
Levski-Spartak Bulgaria 3–3 (a) Soviet Union Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 3–1 0–2
BFC Dynamo East Germany 4–5 Austria Austria Wien 3–3 1–2
Liverpool England 3–2 Portugal Benfica 3–1 0–1
IFK Göteborg Sweden 2–2 (a) Belgium Beveren 1–0 1–2
Panathinaikos Greece 5–4 Northern Ireland Linfield 2–1 3–3

First leg

Sparta Praha Czechoslovakia0–0Denmark Lyngby
Report
Attendance: 13,712
Referee: Oliver Donnelly (Northern Ireland)

BFC Dynamo East Germany3–3Austria Austria Wien
Thom 7', 52'
Pastor 88'
Report Steinkogler 36'
Polster 42'
Nyilasi 60'

Levski-Spartak Bulgaria3–1Soviet Union Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
Velev 31'
Valchev 45'
Sirakov 67'
Report Lytovchenko 24'
Attendance: 30,000[25]
Referee: Mircea Salomir (Romania)

IFK Göteborg Sweden1–0Belgium Beveren
T. Nilsson 51' Report
Attendance: 16,718[26]
Referee: Arto Ravander (Finland)

Panathinaikos Greece2–1Northern Ireland Linfield
Charalambidis 42' (pen.)
Tarasis 88'
Report Totten 20'
Olympiako Stadio O.A.K.A., Athens
Attendance: 51,985[27]
Referee: Lajos Németh (Hungary)

Juventus Italy2–0Switzerland Grasshopper
Vignola 26'
Rossi 28'
Report
Attendance: 39,804[28]
Referee: Bob Valentine (Scotland)

Bordeaux France1–0Romania Dinamo București
Müller 35' Report

Liverpool England3–1Portugal Benfica
Rush 44', 71', 77' Report Diamantino 51'
Attendance: 27,733
Referee: Marcel Van Langenhove (Belgium)

Second leg

Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk Soviet Union2–0Bulgaria Levski-Spartak
Taran 11'
Kuznetsov 24'
Report
Stadion Metalurh, Kryvyi Rih [note 1]
Attendance: 25,480[30]

3–3 on aggregate; Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk won on away goals.


Dinamo București Romania1–1 (a.e.t.)France Bordeaux
Dragnea 9' Report Lacombe 113'
Stadionul 23 August, Bucharest
Attendance: 60,000

Bordeaux won 2–1 on aggregate.


Lyngby Denmark1–2Czechoslovakia Sparta Praha
Vilmar 27' Report Procházka 81'
Griga 88'
Attendance: 10,300[31]
Referee: Einar Halle (Norway)

Sparta Praha won 2–1 on aggregate.


Austria Wien Austria2–1East Germany BFC Dynamo
Prohaska 6' (pen.)
Nyilasi 65'
Report Trieloff 46'
Attendance: 9,700
Referee: Jan Keizer (Netherlands)

Austria Wien won 5–4 on aggregate.


Grasshopper Switzerland2–4Italy Juventus
Koller 30'
Schällibaum 71'
Report Briaschi 21'
Vignola 40'
Platini 61', 85' (pen.)
Attendance: 25,000

Juventus won 6–2 on aggregate.


Beveren Belgium2–1 (a.e.t.)Sweden IFK Göteborg
Crève 76'
Gorez 100' (pen.)
Report Pettersson 99'

2–2 on aggregate; IFK Göteborg won on away goals.


Linfield Northern Ireland3–3Greece Panathinaikos
McGaughey 6', 26' (pen.)
Maxwell 10'
Report Saravakos 29'
Rocha 33'
Antoniou 63'
Attendance: 7,269[33]
Referee: Peer Frickmann (Denmark)

Panathinaikos won 5–4 on aggregate.


Benfica Portugal1–0England Liverpool
Manniche 6' (pen.) Report
Estádio da Luz, Lisbon
Attendance: 21,000[34]

Liverpool won 3–2 on aggregate.

Quarter-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Juventus Italy 3–1 Czechoslovakia Sparta Praha 3–0 0–1
Bordeaux France 2–2 (5–3p) Soviet Union Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 1–1 1–1
Austria Wien Austria 2–5 England Liverpool 1–1 1–4
IFK Göteborg Sweden 2–3 Greece Panathinaikos 0–1 2–2

First leg

IFK Göteborg Sweden0–1Greece Panathinaikos
Report Saravakos 50' (pen.)
Attendance: 40,026[35]

Austria Wien Austria1–1England Liverpool
Polster 23' Report Nicol 86'

Juventus Italy3–0Czechoslovakia Sparta Praha
Tardelli 35'
Rossi 64'
Briaschi 81'
Report
Attendance: 45,455[37]

Bordeaux France1–1Soviet Union Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
Lacombe 10' Report Lyutyi 42'
Attendance: 35,067
Referee: Jan Keizer (Netherlands)

Second leg

Sparta Praha Czechoslovakia1–0Italy Juventus
Berger 77' (pen.) Report
Attendance: 33,070[38]

Juventus won 3–1 on aggregate.


Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk Soviet Union1–1 (a.e.t.)France Bordeaux
Lysenko 12' Report Tusseau 75'
Penalties
Lytovchenko soccer ball with red X
Lysenko soccer ball with check mark
Kuznetsov soccer ball with check mark
Puchkov soccer ball with check mark
3–5 soccer ball with check mark Battiston
soccer ball with check mark Giresse
soccer ball with check mark Lacombe
soccer ball with check mark Specht
soccer ball with check mark Chalana
Stadion Metalurh, Kryvyi Rih[note 1]
Attendance: 35,000

2–2 on aggregate; Bordeaux won 5–3 on penalties.


Panathinaikos Greece2–2Sweden IFK Göteborg
Dimopoulos 44'
Saravakos 78' (pen.)
Report T. Nilsson 11'
Tord Holmgren 53'
Olympiako Stadio O.A.K.A., Athens
Attendance: 74,130[39]

Panathinaikos won 3–2 on aggregate.


Liverpool England4–1Austria Austria Wien
Walsh 17', 55'
Nicol 37'
Obermayer 46' (o.g.)
Report Prohaska 64'
Attendance: 32,761
Referee: Paolo Bergamo (Italy)

Liverpool won 5–2 on aggregate.

Semi-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Juventus Italy 3–2 France Bordeaux 3–0 0–2
Liverpool England 5–0 Greece Panathinaikos 4–0 1–0

First leg

Juventus Italy3–0France Bordeaux
Boniek 29'
Briaschi 68'
Platini 71'
Report
Attendance: 65,237[40]

Liverpool England4–0Greece Panathinaikos
Wark 35'
Rush 48', 49'
Beglin 85'
Report
Attendance: 39,488
Referee: Jan Keizer (Netherlands)

Second leg

Bordeaux France2–0Italy Juventus
Müller 25'
Battiston 80'
Report

Juventus won 3–2 on aggregate.


Panathinaikos Greece0–1England Liverpool
Report Lawrenson 60'
Olympiako Stadio O.A.K.A., Athens
Attendance: 55,539

Liverpool won 5–0 on aggregate.

Final

Juventus Italy1–0England Liverpool
Platini 58' (pen.) Report
Attendance: 58,000

Top scorers

Rank Name Team Goals
1 Sweden Torbjörn Nilsson Sweden IFK Göteborg 7
France Michel Platini Italy Juventus 7
3 Italy Paolo Rossi Italy Juventus 5
Wales Ian Rush England Liverpool 5
Scotland John Wark England Liverpool 5
6 Italy Massimo Briaschi Italy Juventus 3
Sweden Jerry Carlsson Sweden IFK Göteborg 3
Sweden Stig Fredriksson Sweden IFK Göteborg 3
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Rajko Janjanin Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 3
France Bernard Lacombe France Bordeaux 3
Soviet Union Hennadiy Lytovchenko Soviet Union Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 3
Germany Dieter Müller France Bordeaux 3
Sweden Stefan Pettersson Sweden IFK Göteborg 3
Austria Toni Polster Austria Austria Vienna 3
Austria Herbert Prohaska Austria Austria Vienna 3
Greece Dimitris Saravakos Greece Panathinaikos 3
East Germany Andreas Thom East Germany BFC Dynamo 3
England Paul Walsh England Liverpool 3

Notes

  1. ^ a b c Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk played their home matches at Stadion Metalurh, Kryvyi Rih, instead of their regular stadium Meteor Stadium, Dnipropetrovsk, as Dnipropetrovsk was a closed city for foreigners.

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External links

  • 1984–85 All matches – season at UEFA website
  • European Cup results at Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation
  • All scorers 1984–85 European Cup according to protocols UEFA
  • 1984–85 European Cup – results and line-ups (archive)
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