August 30. 1961 - ? - Stadio San Siro - Milano/Italy - Attendence: 15000

 

AC Milan - Novi Sad XI 0:0 (0:0)

 

AC Milan: Mario Liberalato, Francesco Zagatti, Sandro Salvadore, Ambrogio Pelagalli, Cesare Maldini, Gianni Rivera, Luigi Radice, Oliviero Conti, Gino Pivatelli, Jose Altafini, Jimmy Greaves. Coach: Nereo Rocco, Nils Liedholm, Giuseppe Viani

 

Novi Sad XI: Andrija Veres, Stevan Beha, Branimir Vratnjan, Slavko Svinjarevic, Novak Roganovic, Zarko Nikolic, Dorde Pavlic, Dobrosav, Krstic, Sylvester Takac, Dusan Klipa, Laslo Borberlj. Coach: ?

 

Referee: Henri Faucheux (France)


September 4. 1961 - ? - Easter Road Stadium - Edinburgh/Scotland

 

Hibernian FC - OS Belenenses 3:3 (0:3)

 

0:1 Matateu 13'

0:2 Yauca 15'

0:3 Matateu 26'

1:3 John Fraser 47'

2:3 John Fraser 53'

3:3 Samuel Baird (pen.) 60'

 

Hibernian FC: Ronnie Simpson, Joe McClelland, John Grant, Samuel Baird, Pat Hughes, David Gibson, John Baxter, Eric Stevenson, Jimmy Scott, Ally MacLeod, John Fraser. Coach: Hugh Shaw

 

OS Belenenses: Jose Pereira, Cordeiro, Rosendo, Castro,, Alfredo Abrantes, Vicente, Salvador, Yauca, Matateu, Estevao, Carvalho. Coach: ?

 

Referee: Kevin Howley (England)


September 6. 1961 - ? - St. Jakob Stadion - Basel/Switzerland - Attendence: 3500

 

Basel XI - Crvena Zvezda 1:1 (1:1)

 

1:0 Karl Odermatt 8'

1:1 Dusan Maravic 32'

 

Basel XI: Rene Jecker, Hanspeter Stocker, Markus Pfirter, Bruno Michaud, Hans Weber, Silvan Thüller, Karl Odermatt, Fernando Kranichfeldt, Wilfried Fritz, Hansueli Oberer, Josef Hügi. Coach: Jiri Sobotka

 

Crvenza Zvezda: Petar Cosic, Vladimir Durkovic, Novak Tomic, Dimitrije Stojanovic, Lazar Tasic, Dragoslav Sekularac, Vladimir Popovic,  Vojislav Melic, Dusan Maravic, Nikola Stipic, Antun Rudinski. Coach: Milorad Pavic, Rajko Mitic

 

Referee: Roger Machin (France)


September 7. 1961 - ? - Idraetsparken - Köbenhavn/Denmark - Attendence: 12000

 

Staevnet Köbenhavn - NK Dinamo Zagreb 2:7 (2:3)

 

1:0 Ole Sörensen 13'

2:0 Jörgen Ravn 15'

2:1 Drazan Jerkovic 24'

2:2 Ivica Cvitkovic 33'

2:3 Drazan Jerkovic 41'

2:4 Ivica Cvitkovic 67'

2:5 Ivan Santek 69'

2:6 Tomislav Knez 88'

2:7 Zeljko Matus 90'

 

Staevnet Köbenhavn: Jörn Larsen, Birger Larsen, Öivind Fangel, Eyvind Clausen, Ole Sörensen, Jörn Sörensen, Bent Krog, Henning Helbrandt, Bent Hansen, Jörgen Ravn, Finn Möller. Coach: henning Westergaard

 

NK Dinano Zagreb: Mirko Stojanovic, Mirko Braun, Zeljko Matus, Vlatko Markovic, Josip Sikic, Ivan Santek, Zeljko Perusic, Petar Remete, Tomislav Knez, Drazan Jerkovic, Ivica Cvitkovic. Coach: Milan Antolkovic, Martin Bukovi

 

Coach: Gerhard Schulenburg (West Germany)


September 12. 1961 - ? - Stade de Gerland - Lyon/France - Attendence: 3000

 

Olympique Lyon - Sheffeld Wednesday 4:2 (3:0)

 

1:0 Angel Rambert 19'

2:0 Eugene N'Jo Lea 22'

3:0 Eugene N'Jo Lea 38'

3:1 Gerry Young 47'

3:2 Keith Ellis 63'

4:2 Nestor Combin 90'

 

Olympique Lyon: Jean Sabathier, Alexandre Viala, Raymond Gardon, Aime Mignot, Jean Djorkaeff, Lucien Degeorges, Robert Salen, Marcel Le Borgne, Nestor Combin, Eugene N'Jo Lea, Angel Rambert. Coach: Manuel Fernandez

 

Sheffield Wednesday: Ron Springett, Peter Swan, Donn Megson, Peter Johnson, Gerry Young , Tom McAnearney, Tony Kay, Bobby Craig, Derek Wilkinson, Alan Finney, Keith Ellis. Coach: Vic Buckingham

 

Referee: Albert Guinnard (Switzerland)


September 13. 1961 - ? - De la Meinau - Strasbourg/France - Attendence: 20000

 

RC Strasbourg - MTK 1:3 (0:2)

 

0:1 Karoly Sandor 20'

0:2 Gines Gonzales (og.) 23'

1:2 Jean-Michel Lachot 73'

1:3 Istvan Kuti 90'

 

RC Strasbourg: Francois Mateo, Robert Jonquet, Gines Gonzales, Raymond Stieber, Pierre Nabat, Roland Merschel, Gerard Coincon, Casimir Novotarski, Michel Leblond, Jean-Michel Lachot, Charles Isel. Coach: Robert Jonquet

 

MTK: Ferenc Kovalik, György Keszei, Ferenc Kovacs, Ferenc Sipos, Gyula Sas, Istvan Nagy, Istvan Kuti, Istvan Szimcsak, Karoly Sandor, Laszlo Povazsai, Janos Molnar. Coach: Gyula Szücs, Imre Kovacs

 

Referee: Viktor Schicker (Switzerland)


September 13. 1961 - ? - Niedersachsenstadion - Hannover/West Germany - Attendence: 12000

 

Hannover 96 - Espanyol Barcelona 0:1 (0:0)

 

0:1 Camps 52'

 

Hannover 96: Dieter Meyer, Manfred Fahrtmann, Peter Fiegel, Hubert Wiezorek, Harald Jörß, Manfred Kowol, Udo Nix, Boris Schmidtke, Fred Hoff, Fred Heiser, Otto Hartz. Coach: Günter Grothkopp

 

Espanyol Barcelona: Piris, Argiles, Dauder, Bartoli, Sastre, Luis Munoz, Ramon Carranza, Indio, Dominguez, Zoltan Czibor, Camps. Coach: Arcas

 

Referee: Jozef Casteleyn (Belgium)


September 13. 1961 - ? - Estadio de Mestalla - Valencia/Spain - Attendence: 46000

 

Valencia CF - Nottingham Forest 2:0 (2:0)

 

1:0 Waldo 14'

2:0 Waldo 42'

 

Valencia CF: Gimesta, Quincoces, Piquer, Mestre, Sendre, Ribelles, Recaman, Waldo, Paredes, Hector Nunez, Guillot. Coach: Balmanya

 

Nottingham Forest: Peter Grummitt, Billy Gray, Bob McKinlay, Jeff Whitefoot, Johnny Quigley, Calvin Palmer, Jim Iley, Geoff, Vowden, Dick Le Flem, Colin Booth, Colin Addison. Coach: Andy Beattie

 

Referee: Joaquim dos Campos (Portugal)


September 17. 1961 - ? - Nepstadion - Budapest/Hungary - Attendence: 18000

 

MTK - RC Strasbourg 10:2 (3:1)

 

1: Istvan Kuti 13'

2:0 Karoly Sandor 17'

2:1 Pierre Nabat 21'

3:1 Janos Molnar 37'

4:1 Istvan Szimcsak 47'

5:1 Istvan Szimcsak 53'

6:1 Istvan Kuti 60'

7:1 Istvan Szimcsak 68'

8:1 Janos Molnar 69'

8:2 Rene Hauss (pen.) 75'

9:2 Gyula Sas 82'

10:2 Karoly Sandor 83'

 

MTK: Ferenc Kovalik, Laszlo Szimcsak, Tibor Palicsko, Gabor Arato, Ferenc Sipos, Gyula Sas, Istvan Nagy, Istvan Kuti, Istvan Szimcsak, Karoly Sandor, Janos Molnar. Coach: Gyula Szücs, Imre Kovacs

 

RC Strasbourg: Francois Remetter, Robert Jonquet, Rene Hauss, Gines Gonzales, Raymond Stieber, Pierre Nabat, Roland Merschel, Gerard Coincon, Casimir Novotarski, Michel Leblond, Jean-Michel Lachot. Coach: Robert Jonquet

 

Referee: Adolf Mach (Czechoslovakia)


September 20. 1961 - ? - Gradski - Novi Sad/Serbia - Attendence: 15000

 

Novi Sad XI - AC Milan 2:0 (1:0)

 

1:0 Sylvester Takac 20'

2:0 Dorde Pavlic 50'

 

Novi Sad XI: Ilija Pantelic, Stevan Bena, Branimir Vratnjan, Slavko Svinjarevic, Novak Roganovic, Zarko Nikolic, Dorde Pavlic, Dobrosav Krstic, Sylvester Takac, Dusan Klipa, Laslo Borbelj. Coach: ?

 

AC Milan: Mario Liberalato, Francesco Zagatti, Sandro Salvadore, Ambrogio Pelagalli, Cesare Maldini, Mario David, Giancarlo Danova, Giovanni Trapattoni, Gianni Rivera, Jose Altafini, Jimmy Greaves. Coach: Nereo Rocco. Assistant Coach: Nils Liedholm, Giuseppe Viani

 

Referee: Ernst Chebat (Austria)


September 20. 1961 - ? - Olympiastadion - West Berlin/Germany - Attendence: 30289

 

Berlin XI - FC Barcelona 1:0 (0:0)

 

1:0 Lutz Steinert 84'

 

Berlin XI: Hans-Joachim Posinski, Rudolf Deinert, Rudolf Zeiser, Günter Schüler, Hans-Günter Schimmöller, Hans Eder, Helmut Faeder, Lutz Steinert, Wolfgang Rosenfeldt, Wolfgang Neumann, Erhard Foit. Coach: Josef Schneider

 

FC Barcelona: Pesudo, Rodri, Gracia, Gensana, Foncho, Marti Verges, Pais, Evaristo, Zaldua, Ramon Villaverde, Sandor Kocsis. Coach: Ladislav Kubala

 

Coach: Leo Horn (Netherlands)


September 27. 1961 - ? - Estadio de Restelo - Lisboa/Portugal - Attendence: 25000

 

OS Belenenses - Hibernian FC 1:3 (1:1)

 

0:1 John Baxter 20'

1:1 Matateu 28'

1:2 John Baxter 61'

1:3 Eric Stevenseon 74'

 

OS Belenenses: Jose Pereira, Rosendo, Pires, Cordeiro, Alfredo Abrantes, Vicente, Yauca, Salvador, Matateu, Estevao, Carvalho. Coach: ?

 

Hibernian FC: Ronnie Simpson, Joe McClelland, John Grant, Jim Easton, Joe Davin, Samuel Baird, John Baxter, Eric Stevenson, Jimmy Scott, Ally MacLeod, John Fraser. Coach: Hugh Shaw

 

Referee: Kevin Howley (England)


September 27. 1961 - ? - Sarria - Barcelona/Spain - Attendence: 12000

 

Espanyol Barcelona - Hannover 96 2:0 (1:0)

 

1:0 Camps 27'

2:0 Indio 61'

 

Espanyol Barcelona: Visa, Joanet, Argiles, Dauder, Bartoli, Sastre, Luis Munoz, Ramon Carranza, Indio, Zoltan Czibor, Camps. Coach: Arcas

 

Hannover 96: Dieter Meyer, Manfred Fahrtmann, Heinz Steinwedel, Bernd Kettler, Harald Jörß, Peter Flegel, Manfred Kowol, Kurt Handke, Boris Schmidtke, Fred Heiser, Otto Hartz. Coach: Günter Grothkopp

 

Referee: Iginio Rigato (Italy)


September 27. 1961 - ? - Za Luzankami - Brno/Czechoslovakia - Attendence: 1500

 

Spartak Brno KPS - Leipzig XI 2:2 (1:2)

 

1:0 Ladislav Schejbal 9'

1:1 Reinhard Trölitzsch 13'

1:2 Reinhard Trölitzsch (pen.) 44'

2:2 Ladislav Schejbal (pen.) 46'

 

Spartak Brno KPS: Jaroslav Precek, Milan Dobrotka, Josef Sobotka, Zdenek Pribyl, Josef Skarka, Jan Sanda, Jaroslav Handl, Ladislav Schejbal, Zdenek Ryc, Zdenek Kocman, Antonin Herman. Coach: Ervin Sima

 

Leipzig XI: Dieter Sommer, Dieter Scherbarth, Heinz Herrmann, Michael Faber, Dr. Karl Drößler, Peter Gießner, Dieter Fischer, Dieter Engelhardt, Arno Zerbe, Reinhard Trölitzsch, Werner Gase. Coach: Martin Schwendler

 

Referee: Gyula Balla (Hungary)


September 27. 1961 - ? - Stade Joseph Marien - Bruxelles/Belgium - Attendence: 4000

 

Union St. Gilloise - Heart of Midlothian 1:3 (1:2)

 

1:0 Camille van Vaerenbergh 18'

1:1 Bobby Blackwood 23'

1:2 Norrie Davidson 30'

1:3 Norrie Davidson 76'

 

Union St. Gilloise: Alfons Bruylants, Philippe van Wilder, Camille van Vaerenbergh, Paul Schraepen, Lucien Mertens, Lucien Haeck, Andre Vanderstappen, Jean Claes, Julien Kialunda, Charles de Vogelaere, Roger Janssens. Coach: ?

 

Heart of Midlothian: Gordon Marshall, Willie Polland, Bobby Kirk, David Holt, Bobby Blackwood, Billy Higgins, John Docherty, John Cumming, Bobby Ross, Johnny Hamilton, Norrie Davidson. Coach: Tommy Walker

 

Referee: Piet Roomer (Netherlands)


September 27. 1961 - ? - Müngersdorfer Stadion (1923-1973) - Köln/West Germany - Attendence: 31000

 

1. FC Köln - Inter 4:2 (3:1)

 

1:0 Hans Sturm 2'

1:1 Egidio Morbello 19'

2:1 Christian Müller 23'

3:1 Mathias Hemmersbach 38'

3:2 Bruno Petroni 63'

4:2 Karl-Heinz Thielen 71'

 

1. FC Köln: Fritz Ewert, Mathias Hemmersbach, Georg Stollenwerk, Karl-Heinz Schnellinger, Fritz Pott, Christian Breuer, Hans Sturm, Ernst-Günter Habig, Karl-Heinz Riplens, Christian Müller, Karl-Heinz Thielen. Coach: Tschick Chajkovski

 

Inter: Ottavio Bugatti, Giacinto Facchetti, Giorgio Della Giovanna, Luigi Caloi, Remi Bicchierai, Costanzo Balleri, Guido Gratton, Giorgio Brigo, Bruno Petroni, Egidio Morbello, Mauro Bicicli. Coach: Helenio Herrera

 

Referee: Jim Finney (England)


October 4. 1961 - ? - Maksimir - Zagreb/Croatia - Attendence: 5000

 

NK Dinamo Zagreb - Staevnet Köbenhavn 2:2 (1:2)

 

1:0 Petar Remete 29'

1:1 Egon Rasmussen 31'

1:2 Hans Andersen 40'

2:2 Vlatko Markovic 70'

 

NK Dinamo Zagreb: Zlatko Skoric, Mirko Braun, Vlatko Markovic, Josip Sikic, Ivan Santek, Zeljko Perusic, Slaven Zambata, Petar Remete, Luka Liposinovic, Drazan Jerkovic, Ivica Cvitkovic. Coach: Milan Antolkovic, Marton Bukovi

 

Staevnet Köbenhavn: Jörn Larsen, Mogens Johansen, Poul Andersen, Birger, Larsen, Öivind Fangel, Villy Schöne, Börge Rasmussen, Hans Andersen, Egon Rasmussen, Kaj Lerby, Leif Holten. Coach: Henning Westergaard


October 4. 1961 - ? - Hillsborough - Sheffield/England - Attendence: 30303

 

Sheffield Wednesday - Olympique Lyon 5:2 (3:1)

 

0:1 Robert Salen 6'

1:1 Johnny Fantham 9'

2:1 Billy Griffin 14'

3:1 Tom McAnearney (pen.) 20'

4:1 Colin Dobson 78'

4:2 Jean Djorkaeff 81'

5:2 Johnny Fantham 85'

 

Sheffield Wednesday: Ron Springett, Peter Swan, Don Megson, Peter Johnson, Tom McAnearney, Tony Kay, Bobby Craig, Billy Griffin, Alan Finney, Johnny Fantham, Colin Dobson. Coach: Vic Buckingham

 

Olympique Lyon: Claude Hugues, Aime Mignot, Raymond Gardon, Roger Duffez, Jean Djorkaeff, Lucien Degeorges, Robert Salen, Bernard Roubaud, Marcel Le Borgne, Nestor Combin, Angel Rambert. Coach: Manuel Fernandez

 

Referee: Arthur Crossman (Scotland)


October 4. 1961 - ? - City Ground - Nottingham/England - Attendence: 35158

 

Nottingham Forest - Valencia 1:5 (0:3)

 

0:1 Waldo 11'

0:2 Waldo 13'

0:3 Hector Nunez 30'

0:4 Hector Nunez 49'

1:4 Billy Cobb 56'

1:5 Hector Nunez 68'

 

Nottingham Forest: Peter Grummitt, Bob McKinlay, Billy Gray, Doug Baird, Jeff Whitefoot, Johnny Quigley, Jim Iley, Billy Cobb, Colin Addison, Dick Le Flem, Colin Booth. Coach: Andy Beattie

 

Valencia FC: Ginesta, Verdu, Socrates, Mestre, Sendra, Ribelles, Recaman, Ficha, Waldo, Paredes, Hector Nunez. Coach: Balmanya

 

Referee: Rober Smith (Wales)


October 4. 1961 - ? - Estadio del Futbol Club Barcelona - Barcelona/Spain - Attendence: 46000

 

FC Barcelona - Berlin XI 3:0 (1:0)

 

1:0 Evaristo 9'

2:0 Evaristo 75'

3:0 Zaldua 90'

 

FC Barcelona: Pesudo, Gracia, Gensana, Foncho, Pais, Garay, Evaristo, Zaldua, Zaballa, Vicente Gonzalez, Sandor Kocsis. Coach: Ladislav Kubala

 

Berlin XI: Wolfgang Tillich, Rudolf Deinert, Rudolf Zeiser, Günter Schüler, Hans-Günter Schimmöller, Hans Eder, Helmut Faeder, Peter Engler, Lutz Steinert, Wolfgang Rosenfeldt, Wolfgang Neumann. Coach: Fritz Mauruschat

 

Referee: Giulio Campanati (Italy)


October 4. 1961 - ? - Zentralstadion (1956-2001) - Leipzig/East Germany - Attendence: 15000

 

Leipzig XI - Spartak Brno KPS 4:1 (3:0)

 

1:0 Henning Frenzel 17'

2:0 Henning Frenzel 21'

3:0 Arno Zerbe 36'

4:0 Arno Zerbe 55'

4:1 Ladislav Schejbal 64'

 

Leipzig XI: Wolfgang Klank, Dieter Scherbarth, Klaus Pfeufer, Michael Faber, Dr. Karl Drößler, Peter Gießner, Dieter Fischer, Arno Zerbe, Reinhard Tröllitzsch, Werner Gase, Henning Frenzel. Coach: Martin Schwendler

 

Spartak Brno KPS: Oldrich Sova (22' Jaroslav Precek), Milan Dobrotka, Vaclav Vonasek, Josef Sobotka, Zdenek Pribyl, Jan Sanda, Ladislav Schejbal, Zdenek Ryc, Ladislav Maly, Zdenek Kocman, Antonin Herman. Coach: Ervin Sima

 

Referee: Marcel Raeymaeckers (Belgium)


October 4. 1961 - ? - Tynecastle - Edinburgh/Scotland - Attendence: 18000

 

Heart of Midlothian - Union St. Gilloise 2:0 (0:0)

 

1:0 William Wallace 71'

2:0 Robin Stenhouse 87'

 

Heart of Midlothian: Gordon Marshall, Willie Polland, Bobby Kirk, David Holt, Billy Higgins, John Docherty, John Cumming, Willie Bauld, Robin Stenhouse, William Wallace, Johnny Hamilton. Coach: Tommy Walker

 

Union St. Gilloise: Alfons Bruylants, Camille van Vaerenbergh, Paul Schraepen, Lucien Mertens, Lucien Haeck, Andre Vanderstappen, Leon Close, Jean Claes, Julien Kialunda, Roger van Cauwelaert, Roger Janssens. Coach: ?

 

Referee: Age Poulsen (Denmark)


October 11. 1961 - ? - Stadio San Siro - Milano/Italy - Attendence: 21000

 

Inter - 1. FC Köln 2:0 (1:0)

 

1:0 Luis Suarez 4'

2:0 Luis Suarez 59' (pen.)

 

Inter: Ottavio Bugatti, Giacinto Facchetti, Costanzo Balleri, Franco Zaglio, Enea Masiero, Luis Suarez, Aristide Guarneri, Egidio Morbello, Humberto, Gerry Hitchens, Mauro Bicicli. Coach: Helenio Herrera

 

1. FC Köln: Fritz Ewert, Georg Stollenwerk, Karl-Heinz Schnellinger, Anton Regh, Fritz Pott, Hans Sturm, Hans Schäfer, Ernst-Günter Habig, Karl-Heinz Thielen, Karl-Heinz Ripkens, Christian Müller. Coach: Tschik Cajkovski

 

Referee: Aleksandar Skoric (Yugoslavia)


October 18. 1961 - ? - JNA - Beograd/Serbia - Attendence: 6000

 

Crvena Zvezda - Basel XI 4:1 (2:1)

 

1:0 Nikola Stipic 6'

1:1 Heinz Blumer 23'

2:1 Vojislav Melic 42'

3:1 Antun Rudinski 60'

4:1 Vojislav Melic 69'

 

Czrvena Zvedza: Dragomir Vukicevic, Dimitrije Stojanovic, Tomislav Milicevic, Svetozar Andrejic, Lazar Tasic, Dragoslav Sekularac, Vladimir Popovic, Vojislav Melic, Dusan Maravic, Nikola Stipic, Antun Rudinski. Coach: Milorad Pavic, Rajko Mitic

 

Basel XI: Rene Jecker, Heinz Blumer, Hanspeter Stocker, Markus Pfirter, Bruno Michaud, Hanspeter Füri, Hans Weber, Karl Odermatt, Wolfgang Walther, Josef Maier, Wilfried Fritz. Coach: Jiri Sobotka

 

Referee: Kurt Tschenscher (West Germany)


October 25. 1961 - ? - Stadio San Siro - Milano/Italy - Attendence: 23000

 

Inter - 1. FC Köln 5:3 (4:1)

 

1:0 Humberto 2'

2:0 Luis Suarez 16'

3:0 Humberto 32'

4:0 Egidio Morbello 40'

4:1 Anton Regh 42'

4:2 Anton Regh 54'

5:2 Humberto 63'

5:3 Karl-Heinz Ripkens 73'

 

Inter: Ottavio Bugatti (49' Lorenzo Buffon), Giacinto Facchetti, Remo Bicchierai, Costanzo Balleri, Franzco Zaglio, Mario Mereghetti, Enea Masiero, Luis Suarez, Mario Corso, Egidio Morbello, Humberto. Coach: Helenio Herrera

 

1. FC Köln: Fritz Ewert, Georg Stollenwerk, Karl-Heinz Schnellinger, Anton Regh, Fritz Pott, Hans Sturm, Hans Schäfer, Ernst-Günter Habig, Karl-Heinz Thielen, Karl-Heinz Ripkens, Christian Müller. Coach: Tschick Cajkovski

 

Referee: John Kelly (England)

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