Football - Inter-City Fairs Cup

With the success of the European Cup in the mid-1950s, European governing body UEFA decided to institute second-tier competitions the Cup-Winners' Cup for domestic cup holders and the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, contested by teams from the venues of the annual European trade fairs.
In the 1960s more teams were added before the birth of the UEFA Cup in 1971. The finals were all played over two legs, one each at the respective home grounds of the finalists, apart from in 1964 and 1965.

YEAR
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
1958
B'CELONA (Esp)
London (Eng)
1960
B'CELONA (Esp)
Birmingham (Eng)
1961
ROMA (Ita)
Birmingham (Eng)
1962
VALENCIA (Esp)
B'celona (Esp)
1963
VALENCIA (Esp)
D Zagreb (Yug)
1964
R ZARAGOZA (Esp)
Valencia (Esp)
1965
FEREN'VAROS (Hun)
Juventus (Ita)
1966
B'CELONA (Esp)
R Zaragoza (Esp)
1967
DIN ZAGREB (Yug)
Leeds(Eng)
1968
LEEDS(Eng)
F'varos (Hun)
1969
NEWCASTLE (Eng)
U Dozsa (Hun)
1970
ARSENAL (Eng)
Anderlecht (Bel)
1971
LEEDS (Eng)
Juventus (Ita)

Final Venues:
 
Camp Nou, Barcelona 1964
Comunale, Turin 1965
 
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