Europa League 2010-11

(From 1-07-2010 to 18-05-2011)

 

 

COMPETITION SYSTEM

·          194 teams (best qualified clubs in domestic leagues, domestic Cup winners, title holder, and extra participants) play four qualifying rounds on a home and away basis. The access of participants in these rounds depends on how their country is ranked in UCR (direct berths) or other factors (extra berths). The aggregate score of both games decides the winner. Ties are resolved with: 1) the “away goals double value” rule; 2) a 30 minutes extra-time after regulation; 3) a penalty shoot-out (pk).

·          The 48 surviving teams after the previous knock-out rounds participate in a Group Stage, divided in 12 groups of 4 teams each playing a round robin (3 points per victory, 1 point per draw). The group winners and runners-up qualify for a Round of 32, with winners advancing further to a Round of 16, Quarterfinals and Semifinals. The criteria to determine the final classification within the groups are (in this order): 1) total points earned; 2) goal average; 3) away goals; 4) UEFA Country Ranking at the beginning of the season.

·          A final game is played at a predetermined venue.

PARTICIPANTS AND BERTH ASSIGNMENT

158 entrants as a result of UEFA Country Ranking (UCR) for the period 2005-2009 and 36 more entrants depending on different factors. The berth assignment is as follows:

 

Direct berths (158): 3 countries (places 7-9 in UCR) with 4 teams; 47 countries (places 1-6 and 10-51 in UCR, except Liechtenstein) with 3 teams; 2 countries (places 52-53 in UCR) with 2 teams; 1 country (Liechtenstein) with 1 team.

 

Extra berths (36): 3 teams qualified via Fair Play (ranking of countries whose teams receive points based on criteria such as fewest yellow/red cards, positive play, respect for the opponent, respect for the referee, behavior of the team officials and behavior of the fans). 33 teams qualified via Champions League 2010-11 (15 losers from Third Qualifying Round, 10 losers from the Qualification Playoff and 8 third-placed teams after the League Stage).

 

 

FIRST QUALIFYING ROUND

52 TEAMS. 20 runners-up from countries ranked 33-53 in UCR 2005-2009 (except Liechtenstein); 29 third-placed teams from countries ranked 22-51 in this UCR (except Liechtenstein); 3 teams qualified via Fair Play (in pink).

NOTE: Because of a series of redistribution rules, some domestic Cup winners (or their substitutes), who are originally allocated in the Second Qualifying Round, switch places with League runners-up or third-placed teams in this round.

FK Tobol (KAZ) - HŠK Zrinjski (BOS)

1-2

1-2

 

Ulisses FA (ARM) - Bnei Yehuda MK (ISR)

0-0

0-1

 

SK Dinamo (Tbilisi) (GEO) - FC Flora (EST)

2-1

0-0

 

KF Laçi (ALB) - FK Dnepr (BLR)

1-1 (a)

1-7

 

FK Rabotnički (MAC) - FC Lusitans (AND)

5-0

6-0

 

JK Trans (EST) - MyPa (Kouvola) (FIN)

0-2 (b)

0-5

 

FK Shakhtjor (KAZ) - KS Ruch Chorzów (POL)

1-2

0-1

 

SK Tirana (ALB) - Zalaegerszegi TE (HUN)

0-0

1-0

 

FK Torpedo (BLR) - Fylkir (ICE)

3-0

3-1

 

FK Zeta (MON) - FC Dacia (MOL)

1-1 (c)

0-0

 

FC Olimpia (MOL) - Xəzər Lənkəran FK (AZE)

0-0 (d)

1-1

 

SK Zestaponi (GEO) - SC Faetano (SMR)

5-0

0-0 (l)

 

TPS (Turku) (FIN) - Port Talbot Town FC (WAL)

3-1

4-0

 

FC Nitra (SVK) - Győri ETO FC (HUN)

2-2

1-3

 

Qarabağ FK (AZE) - FK Metalurg (MAC)

4-1 (e)

1-1

 

HNK Šibenik (CRO) - Sliema Wanderers FC (MAL)

0-0 (f)

3-0 (m)

 

UE Santa Coloma (AND) - FK Mogren (MON)

0-3 (g)

0-2 (n)

 

AS Anórthosis (CYP) - FA Banants (ARM)

3-0 (h)

1-0

 

Randers FC (DEN) - F91 Dudelange (LUX)

6-1

1-2

 

Portadown FC (NIR) - FK Skonto (LAT)

1-1

1-0

 

CS Grevenmacher (LUX) - Dundalk FC (IRL)

3-3 (i)

1-2

 

NSÍ (Runavík) (FAR) - Gefle IF (SWE)

0-2 (j)

1-2 (o)

 

Llanelli AFC (WAL) - FK Tauras (LIT)

2-2

2-3 (p)

 

NK Olimpija (SVN) - NK Široki Brijeg (BOS)

0-2 (k)

0-3

 

Kalmar FF (SWE) - EB/Streymur (FAR)

1-0

3-0 (q)

 

KR (Reykjavík) (ICE) - Glentoran FC (NIR)

3-0

2-2

 

(a) Played in Durrës.     (b) Played in Tallinn.     (c) Played in Nikšić.     (d) Played in Chişinău.     (e) Played in Baku.     (f) Played in Dugopolje.     (g) Played in Andorra la Vella.     (h) Played in Lárnax.     (i) Played in Luxembourg City.     (j) Played in Tórshavn.     (k) Played in Domžale.     (l) Played in Serravalle.     (m) Played in Ta'Qali.     (n) Played in Nikšić.     (o) Played in Stockholm.     (p) Played in Kaunas.     (q) Played in Toftír.

 

 

SECOND QUALIFYING ROUND

80 TEAMS. 26 winners from First Qualifying Round; 25 Cup champions from countries ranked 29-53 in UCR 2005-2009 (in green); 14 runners-up from countries ranked 19-32 in this UCR; 6 third-placed teams from countries ranked 16-21 in this UCR; 6 fourth-placed teams from countries ranked 10-15 in this UCR; 3 fifth-placed teams from countries ranked 7-9 in this UCR.

NOTE: Because of a series of redistribution rules, some domestic Cup winners (or their substitutes), who are originally allocated in this round, switch places with League runners-up or third-placed teams in the First Qualifying Round.

Motherwell FC (SCO) - Breiðablik (ICE)

1-0

1-0

 

AS Anórthosis - HNK Šibenik

0-2 (a)

3-0 (l)

 

Lausanne-Sports (SWI) - FK Borac (BOS)

1-0

1-1

 

FK Šiauliai (LIT) - TS Wisła (POL)

0-2

0-5

 

Kalmar FF - FC Dacia

0-0

2-0

 

ND Gorica (SVN) - Randers FC

0-3

1-1

 

CS Marítimo (POR) - Sporting Fingal FC (IRL)

3-2

3-2

 

FK Sūduva (LIT) - SK Rapid (AUT)

0-2

2-4

 

FK Ventspils (LAT) - FK Teteks (MAC)

0-0

1-3 (m)

 

OFK Beograd (SER) - FK Torpedo

2-2

1-0 (n)

 

FC Olimpia - FC Dinamo Bucureşti (ROM)

0-2 (b)

1-5

 

MyPa (Kouvola) - UE Sant Julià (AND)

3-0

5-0 (o)

 

Videoton FC (HUN) - NK Maribor (SVN)

1-1 (c)

0-2

 

Stabæk IF (NOR) - FK Dnepr

2-2 (d)

1-1

 

Shamrock Rovers FC (IRL) - Bnei Yehuda MK

1-1

1-0

 

KR (Reykjavík) - FK Karpaty (UKR)

0-3

2-3

 

Maccabi Tel-Aviv MK (ISR) - FK Mogren

2-0

1-2 (p)

 

FK Austria Wien (AUT) - NK Široki Brijeg

2-2

1-0

 

FK Tauras - APOEL (Levkosía) (CYP)

0-3 (e)

1-3

 

Molde FK (NOR) - FK Jelgava (LAT)

1-0

1-2 (q)

 

SK Zestaponi - FK Dukla Banská Bystrica (SVK)

3-0

0-1

 

FC Honka (FIN) - Bangor City FC (WAL)

1-1 (f)

1-2 (r)

 

FK Levski (BUL) - Dundalk FC

6-0

2-0

 

SK WIT Georgia (GEO) - FC Baník Ostrava (CZE)

0-6

0-0

 

FK Rabotnički - FA Mika (ARM)

1-0

0-0

 

FK Atyrau (KAZ) - Győri ETO FC

0-3 (*)

0-2

 

Portadown FC - Qarabağ FK

1-2

1-1 (s)

 

Beşiktaş JK (TUR) - Víkingur (FAR)

3-0

4-0 (t)

 

FC Differdange 03 (LUX) - FK Spartak Zlatibor Voda (SER)

3-3 (g)

0-2 (u)

 

FK Dynamo (Minsk) (BLR) - JK Sillamäe Kalev (EST)

5-1

5-0 (v)

 

Valletta FC (MAL) - KS Ruch Chorzów

1-1 (h)

0-0

 

FK Bakı (AZE) - FK Budućnost (Podgorica) (MON)

0-3 (*)

2-1

 

HŠK Zrinjski - SP Tre Penne (SMR)

4-1

9-2

 

Gefle IF - SK Dinamo (Tbilisi)

1-2 (i)

1-2

 

Cliftonville FC (NIR) - HNK Cibalia (CRO)

1-0

0-0

 

KS Besa (ALB) - Olympiakós SFP (GRE)

0-5 (j)

1-6

 

IF Elfsborg (SWE) - FC Iskra-Stal (MOL)

2-1

1-0 (w)

 

Cercle Brugge KSV (BEL) - TPS (Turku)

0-1 (k)

2-1

 

FC Utrecht (NED) - SK Tirana

4-0

1-1

 

Brøndby IF (DEN) - FC Vaduz (LIE)

3-0

0-0

 

* Games awarded by forfeit (0-3) because FK Atyrau and FK Bakı fielded ineligible players.
(a) Played in Lárnax
.     (b) Played in Chişinău.     (c) Played in Győr.     (d) Played in Oslo.     (e) Played in Kaunas.     (f) Played in Vantaa.     (g) Played in Luxembourg City.     (h) Played in Ta'Qali.     (i) Played in Stockholm.     (j) Played in Tiranë.     (k) Played in Gent.     (l) Played in Split.     (m) Played in Skopje.     (n) Played in Borisov.     (o) Played in Andorra la Vella (the original game was suspended in minute 80―with MyPa leading 0-1―due to a heavy lightning storm).     (p) Played in Nikšić.     (q) Played in Jūrmala.     (r) Played in Wrexham.     (s) Played in Baku.     (t) Played in Toftír.     (u) Played in Novi Sad.     (v) Played in Tallinn.     (w) Played in Tiraspol.

 

 

THIRD QUALIFYING ROUND

70 TEAMS. 40 winners from Second Qualifying Round; 13 Cup champions from countries ranked 16-28 in UCR 2005-2009 (in green); 3 runners-up from countries ranked 16-18 in this UCR; 6 third-placed teams from countries ranked 10-15 in this UCR; 3 fourth-placed teams from countries ranked 7-9 in this UCR; 3 fifth-placed teams from countries ranked 4-6 in this UCR; 3 sixth-placed teams from countries ranked 1-3 in this UCR.

Odense BK (DEN) - HŠK Zrinjski

5-3

0-0

 

FK Dnepr - FC Baník Ostrava

1-0

2-1

 

FK Rabotnički - Liverpool FC (ENG)

0-2

0-2

 

CS Marítimo - Bangor City FC

8-2

2-1 (d)

 

FK Beroe (BUL) - SK Rapid

1-1 (a)

0-3

 

MyPa (Kouvola) - FC Timişoara (ROM)

1-2

3-3

 

CSKA (Sofija) (BUL) - Cliftonville FC

3-0

2-1

 

FK Karpaty - SK Zestaponi

1-0

1-0

 

Shamrock Rovers FC - Juventus FC (ITA)

0-2

0-1 (e)

 

IF Elfsborg - FK Teteks

5-0

2-1 (f)

 

FC Nordsjælland (DEN) - Sporting CP (POR)

0-1

1-2

 

NK Maribor - Hibernian FC (SCO)

3-0

3-2

 

FK Crvena Zvezda (SER) - ŠK Slovan Bratislava (SVK)

1-2

1-1

 

FC Inter (FIN) - KRC Genk (BEL)

1-5

2-3

 

KS Ruch Chorzów - FK Austria Wien

1-3

0-3

 

FC Viktoria Plzeň (CZE) - Beşiktaş JK

1-1 (b)

0-3

 

Olympiakós SFP - Maccabi Tel-Aviv MK

2-1

0-1

 

TS Wisła - Qarabağ FK

0-1

2-3 (g)

 

SK Sturm (AUT) - SK Dinamo (Tbilisi)

2-0

1-1

 

Cercle Brugge KSV - AS Anórthosis

1-0

1-3 (h)

 

FK Budućnost (Podgorica) - Brøndby IF

1-2

0-1

 

Molde FK - VfB Stuttgart (GER)

2-3

2-2

 

Maccabi Haifa MK (ISR) - FK Dynamo (Minsk)

1-0

1-3

 

FC Utrecht - FC Luzern (SWI)

1-0

3-1 (i)

 

FK Sibir’ (RUS) - Apóllon FC (CYP)

1-0

1-2

 

Randers FC - Lausanne-Sports

2-3

1-1

 

FC Dinamo Bucureşti - HNK Hajduk (CRO)

3-1

0-3

 

AZ (Alkmaar) (NED) - IFK Göteborg (SWE)

2-0

0-1

 

FK Spartak Zlatibor Voda - FK Dnipro (UKR)

2-1 (c)

0-2

 

Győri ETO FC - Montpellier-Hérault SC (FRA)

0-1

1-0

pk:4-3

Aalesunds FK (NOR) - Motherwell FC

1-1

0-3

 

Kalmar FF - FK Levski

1-1

2-5

 

Galatasaray SK (TUR) - OFK Beograd

2-2

5-1

 

Jagiellonia Białystok (POL) - AS Áris (GRE)

1-2

2-2

 

APOEL (Levkosía) - FK Jablonec 97 (CZE)

1-0

3-1

 

(a) Played in Sofija.     (b) Played in Praha.     (c) Played in Novi Sad.     (d) Played in Wrexham.     (e) Played in Modena.     (f) Played in Skopje.     (g) Played in Baku.     (h) Played in Lárnax.     (i) Played in Zürich.

 

 

QUALIFICATION PLAY-OFF

74 TEAMS. 35 winners from Third Qualifying Round; 15 Cup champions from countries ranked 1-15 in UCR 2005-2009 (in green); 3 third-placed teams from countries ranked 7-9 in this UCR; 3 fourth-placed teams from countries ranked 4-6 in this UCR; 3 fifth-placed teams from countries ranked 1-3 in this UCR; 15 losers from Third Qualifying Round of Champions League 2010-11 (in red).

BYES. 10 losers from the Qualification Playoff of Champions League 2010-11.

Paris Saint-Germain FC (FRA) - Maccabi Tel-Aviv MK

2-0

3-4

 

TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen (GER) - FK Tavrija (UKR)

3-0

3-1

 

CSKA (Moskva) (RUS) - AS Anórthosis

4-0 (a)

2-1 (c)

 

HNK Hajduk - FC Unirea (ROM)

4-1

1-1 (d)

 

SC Feyenoord (NED) - KAA Gent (BEL)

1-0

0-2

 

KRC Genk - FC Porto (POR)

0-3

2-4

 

Debreceni Vasutas SC (HUN) - FK Liteks (BUL)

2-0 (b)

2-1

 

AS Áris - FK Austria Wien

1-0

1-1

 

Galatasaray SK - FK Karpaty

2-2

1-1

 

US Città di Palermo (ITA) - NK Maribor

3-0

2-3

 

Club Brugge KV (BEL) - FK Dynamo (Minsk)

2-1

3-2

 

AS Omónia Levkosías (CYP) - FK Metallist (UKR)

0-1

2-2

 

FC Vaslui (ROM) - Lille OSC (FRA)

0-0

0-2 (e)

 

SSC Napoli (ITA) - IF Elfsborg

1-0

2-0

 

Sporting CP - Brøndby IF

0-2

3-0

 

FC Steaua Bucureşti (ROM) - Grasshopper-Club (SWI)

1-0

0-1

pk:4-3

Liverpool FC - Trabzonspor Kulübü (TUR)

1-0

2-1

 

Celtic FC (SCO) - FC Utrecht

2-0

0-4

 

BV Borussia 09 (GER) - Qarabağ FK

4-0

1-0 (f)

 

AIK (Solna) (SWE) - FK Levski

0-0

1-2

 

SK Sturm - Juventus FC

1-2

0-1

 

Getafe CF (SPA) - APOEL (Levkosía)

1-0

1-1

 

Dundee United FC (SCO) - AEK (Athína) (GRE)

0-1

1-1 (g)

 

AZ (Alkmaar) - FK Aktobe (KAZ)

2-0

1-2

 

FK Dnipro - KKS Lech Poznań (POL)

0-1

0-0

 

SK Rapid - Aston Villa FC (ENG)

1-1

3-2

 

CSKA (Sofija) - The New Saints FC (WAL)

3-0

2-2 (h)

 

Beşiktaş JK - HJK (Helsinki) (FIN)

2-0

4-0

 

ŠK Slovan Bratislava - VfB Stuttgart

0-1

2-2

 

FK Sibir’ - PSV (Eindhoven) (NED)

1-0

0-5

 

FK BATE (BLR) - CS Marítimo

3-0

2-1

 

Lausanne-Sports - FK Lokomotiv (Moskva) (RUS)

1-1

1-1

pk:4-3

Győri ETO FC - NK Dinamo (CRO)

0-2

1-2

 

Odense BK - Motherwell FC

2-1

1-0

 

PAOK (Thessaloníkê) (GRE) - Fenerbahçe SK (TUR)

1-0

1-1

 

Villarreal CF (SPA) - FK Dnepr

5-0

2-1

 

FC Timişoara - Manchester City FC (ENG)

0-1

0-2

 

BYE: Club Atlético de Madrid (SPA) [title holder].

BYES (LOSERS OF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUALIFICATION PLAYOFF): FC Salzburg (AUT), Rosenborg BK (NOR), FC Sheriff (MOL), AC Sparta Praha (CZE), RSC Anderlecht (BEL), BSC Young Boys (SWI), Sevilla FC (SPA), UC Sampdoria (ITA), FK Zenit (RUS), FK Dynamo (Kyïv) (UKR).

(a) Played in Khimki.     (b) Played in Nyíregyháza.     (c) Played in Lárnax.     (d) Played in Bucureşti.     (e) Played in Villeneuve d'Ascq.     (f) Played in Baku.     (g) Played in Peiraiás.     (h) Played in Wrexham.

 

 

GROUP STAGE

 

GROUP A

 

GROUP B

Competition Day 1

Competition Day 1

FC Salzburg - Manchester City FC

0-2

AS Áris - Atlético de Madrid

1-0

Juventus FC - KKS Lech Poznań

3-3

Bayer 04 Leverkusen - Rosenborg BK

4-0

Competition Day 2

Competition Day 2

KKS Lech Poznań - FC Salzburg

2-0

Rosenborg BK - AS Áris

2-1

Manchester City FC - Juventus FC

1-1

Atlético de Madrid - Bayer 04 Leverkusen

1-1

Competition Day 3

Competition Day 3

Manchester City FC - KKS Lech Poznań

3-1

Atlético de Madrid - Rosenborg BK

3-0

FC Salzburg - Juventus FC

1-1

AS Áris - Bayer 04 Leverkusen

0-0

Competition Day 4

Competition Day 4

KKS Lech Poznań - Manchester City FC

3-1

Rosenborg BK - Atlético de Madrid

1-2

Juventus FC - FC Salzburg

0-0

Bayer 04 Leverkusen - AS Áris

1-0

Competition Day 5

Competition Day 5

Manchester City FC - FC Salzburg

3-0

Atlético de Madrid - AS Áris

2-3

KKS Lech Poznań - Juventus FC

1-1

Rosenborg BK - Bayer 04 Leverkusen

0-1

Competition Day 6

Competition Day 6

FC Salzburg - KKS Lech Poznań

0-1

AS Áris - Rosenborg BK

2-0

Juventus FC - Manchester City FC

1-1

Bayer 04 Leverkusen - Atlético de Madrid

1-1

FINAL STANDING

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pt

1. Manchester City FC

6

3

2

1

11

6

11

2. KKS Lech Poznań

6

3

2

1

11

8

11

3. Juventus FC

6

0

6

0

7

7

6

4. FC Salzburg

6

0

2

4

1

9

2

FINAL STANDING

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pt

1. Bayer Leverkusen

6

3

3

0

8

2

12

2. AS Áris

6

3

1

2

7

5

10

3. Club Atlético de Madrid

6

2

2

2

9

7

8

4. Rosenborg BK

6

1

0

5

3

13

3

 

GROUP C

 

GROUP D

Competition Day 1

Competition Day 1

Lille OSC - Sporting CP

1-2 (a)

NK Dinamo - Villarreal CF

2-0

FK Levski - KAA Gent

3-2

Club Brugge KV - PAOK (Thessaloníkê)

1-1

Competition Day 2

Competition Day 2

KAA Gent - Lille OSC

1-1

PAOK (Thessaloníkê) - NK Dinamo

1-0

Sporting CP - FK Levski

5-0

Villarreal CF - Club Brugge KV

2-1

Competition Day 3

Competition Day 3

Sporting CP - KAA Gent

5-1

Villarreal CF - PAOK (Thessaloníkê)

1-0

Lille OSC - FK Levski

1-0 (a)

NK Dinamo - Club Brugge KV

0-0

Competition Day 4

Competition Day 4

KAA Gent - Sporting CP

3-1

PAOK (Thessaloníkê) - Villarreal CF

1-0

FK Levski - Lille OSC

2-2

Club Brugge KV - NK Dinamo

0-2

Competition Day 5

Competition Day 5

Sporting CP - Lille OSC

1-0

Villarreal CF - NK Dinamo

3-0

KAA Gent - FK Levski

1-0

PAOK (Thessaloníkê) - Club Brugge KV

1-1

Competition Day 6

Competition Day 6

Lille OSC - KAA Gent

3-0 (a)

NK Dinamo - PAOK (Thessaloníkê)

0-1

FK Levski - Sporting CP

1-0

Club Brugge KV - Villarreal CF

1-2

FINAL STANDING

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pt

1. Sporting CP

6

4

0

2

14

6

12

2. Lille OSC

6

2

2

2

8

6

8

3. KAA Gent

6

2

1

3

8

13

7

4. FK Levski

6

2

1

3

6

11

7

(a) Played in Villeneuve d'Ascq.

FINAL STANDING

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pt

1. Villarreal CF

6

4

0

2

8

5

12

2. PAOK

6

3

2

1

5

3

11

3. NK Dinamo

6

2

1

3

4

5

7

4. Club Brugge KV

6

0

3

3

4

8

3

 

GROUP E

 

GROUP F

Competition Day 1

Competition Day 1

AZ (Alkmaar) - FC Sheriff

2-1

AC Sparta Praha - US Città di Palermo

3-2

FK Dynamo (Kyïv) - FK BATE

2-2

Lausanne-Sports - CSKA (Moskva)

0-3

Competition Day 2

Competition Day 2

FK BATE - AZ (Alkmaar)

4-1 (a)

CSKA (Moskva) - AC Sparta Praha

3-0 (a)

FC Sheriff - FK Dynamo (Kyïv)

2-0

US Città di Palermo - Lausanne-Sports

1-0

Competition Day 3

Competition Day 3

FC Sheriff - FK BATE

0-1

US Città di Palermo - CSKA (Moskva)

0-3

AZ (Alkmaar) - FK Dynamo (Kyïv)

1-2

AC Sparta Praha - Lausanne-Sports

3-3

Competition Day 4

Competition Day 4

FK BATE - FC Sheriff

3-1 (a)

CSKA (Moskva) - US Città di Palermo

3-1 (a)

FK Dynamo (Kyïv) - AZ (Alkmaar)

2-0

Lausanne-Sports - AC Sparta Praha

1-3

Competition Day 5

Competition Day 5

FC Sheriff - AZ (Alkmaar)

1-1

CSKA (Moskva) - Lausanne-Sports

5-1 (a)

FK BATE - FK Dynamo (Kyïv)

1-4 (a)

US Città di Palermo - AC Sparta Praha

2-2

Competition Day 6

Competition Day 6

AZ (Alkmaar) - FK BATE

3-0

AC Sparta Praha - CSKA (Moskva)

1-1

FK Dynamo (Kyïv) - FC Sheriff

0-0

Lausanne-Sports - US Città di Palermo

0-1

FINAL STANDING

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pt

1. FK Dynamo

6

3

2

1

10

6

11

2. FK BATE

6

3

1

2

11

11

10

3. AZ

6

2

1

3

8

10

7

4. FC Sheriff

6

1

2

3

5

7

5

(a) Played in Minsk.

FINAL STANDING

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pt

1. CSKA (Moskva)

6

5

1

0

18

3

16

2. AC Sparta Praha

6

2

3

1

12

12

9

3. US Città di Palermo

6

2

1

3

7

11

7

4. Lausanne-Sports

6

0

1

5

5

16

1

(a) Played in Khimki.

 

GROUP G

 

GROUP H

Competition Day 1

Competition Day 1

RSC Anderlecht - FK Zenit

1-3

VfB Stuttgart - BSC Young Boys

3-0

AEK (Athína) - HNK Hajduk

3-1

Getafe CF - Odense BK

2-1

Competition Day 2

Competition Day 2

HNK Hajduk - RSC Anderlecht

1-0

Odense BK - VfB Stuttgart

1-2

FK Zenit - AEK (Athína)

4-2

BSC Young Boys - Getafe CF

2-0

Competition Day 3

Competition Day 3

FK Zenit - HNK Hajduk

2-0

BSC Young Boys - Odense BK

4-2

RSC Anderlecht - AEK (Athína)

3-0

VfB Stuttgart - Getafe CF

1-0

Competition Day 4

Competition Day 4

HNK Hajduk - FK Zenit

2-3

Odense BK - BSC Young Boys

2-0

AEK (Athína) - RSC Anderlecht

1-1

Getafe CF - VfB Stuttgart

0-3

Competition Day 5

Competition Day 5

FK Zenit - RSC Anderlecht

3-1

BSC Young Boys - VfB Stuttgart

4-2

HNK Hajduk - AEK (Athína)

1-3

Odense BK - Getafe CF

1-1

Competition Day 6

Competition Day 6

RSC Anderlecht - HNK Hajduk

2-0

VfB Stuttgart - Odense BK

5-1

AEK (Athína) - FK Zenit

0-3

Getafe CF - BSC Young Boys

1-0

FINAL STANDING

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pt

1. FK Zenit

6

6

0

0

18

6

18

2. RSC Anderlecht

6

2

1

3

8

8

7

3. AEK

6

2

1

3

9

13

7

4. HNK Hajduk

6

1

0

5

5

13

3

FINAL STANDING

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pt

1. VfB Stuttgart

6

5

0

1

16

6

15

2. BSC Young Boys

6

3

0

3

10

10

9

3. Getafe CF

6

2

1

3

4

8

7

4. Odense BK

6

1

1

4

8

14

4

 

GROUP I

 

GROUP J

Competition Day 1

Competition Day 1

Debreceni Vasutas SC - FK Metallist

0-5 (a)

FK Karpaty - BV Borussia 09

3-4

PSV (Eindhoven) - UC Sampdoria

1-1

Sevilla FC - Paris Saint-Germain FC

0-1

Competition Day 2

Competition Day 2

UC Sampdoria - Debreceni Vasutas SC

1-0

Paris Saint-Germain FC - FK Karpaty

2-0

FK Metallist - PSV (Eindhoven)

0-2

BV Borussia 09 - Sevilla FC

0-1

Competition Day 3

Competition Day 3

FK Metallist - UC Sampdoria

2-1

BV Borussia 09 - Paris Saint-Germain FC

1-1

Debreceni Vasutas SC - PSV (Eindhoven)

1-2 (a)

FK Karpaty - Sevilla FC

0-1

Competition Day 4

Competition Day 4

UC Sampdoria - FK Metallist

0-0

Paris Saint-Germain FC - BV Borussia 09

0-0

PSV (Eindhoven) - Debreceni Vasutas SC

3-0

Sevilla FC - FK Karpaty

4-0

Competition Day 5

Competition Day 5

FK Metallist - Debreceni Vasutas SC

2-1

BV Borussia 09 - FK Karpaty

3-0

UC Sampdoria - PSV (Eindhoven)

1-2

Paris Saint-Germain FC - Sevilla FC

4-2

Competition Day 6

Competition Day 6

Debreceni Vasutas SC - UC Sampdoria

2-0 (a)

FK Karpaty - Paris Saint-Germain FC

1-1

PSV (Eindhoven) - FK Metallist

0-0

Sevilla FC - BV Borussia 09

2-2

FINAL STANDING

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pt

1. PSV

6

4

2

0

10

3

14

2. FK Metallist

6

3

2

1

9

4

11

3. UC Sampdoria

6

1

2

3

4

7

5

4. Debreceni Vasutas SC

6

1

0

5

4

13

3

(a) Played in Budapest.

FINAL STANDING

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pt

1. Paris Saint-Germain

6

3

3

0

9

4

12

2. Sevilla FC

6

3

1

2

10

7

10

3. BV Borussia 09

6

2

3

1

10

7

9

4. FK Karpaty

6

0

1

5

4

15

1

 

GROUP K

 

GROUP L

Competition Day 1

Competition Day 1

SSC Napoli - FC Utrecht

0-0

Beşiktaş JK - CSKA (Sofija)

1-0

Liverpool FC - FC Steaua Bucureşti

4-1

FC Porto - SK Rapid

3-0

Competition Day 2

Competition Day 2

FC Steaua Bucureşti - SSC Napoli

3-3

SK Rapid - Beşiktaş JK

1-2

FC Utrecht - Liverpool FC

0-0

CSKA (Sofija) - FC Porto

0-1

Competition Day 3

Competition Day 3

FC Utrecht - FC Steaua Bucureşti

1-1

CSKA (Sofija) - SK Rapid

0-2

SSC Napoli - Liverpool FC

0-0

Beşiktaş JK - FC Porto

1-3

Competition Day 4

Competition Day 4

FC Steaua Bucureşti - FC Utrecht

3-1

SK Rapid - CSKA (Sofija)

1-2

Liverpool FC - SSC Napoli

3-1

FC Porto - Beşiktaş JK

1-1

Competition Day 5

Competition Day 5

FC Utrecht - SSC Napoli

3-3

CSKA (Sofija) - Beşiktaş JK

1-2

FC Steaua Bucureşti - Liverpool FC

1-1

SK Rapid - FC Porto

1-3

Competition Day 6

Competition Day 6

SSC Napoli - FC Steaua Bucureşti

1-0

Beşiktaş JK - SK Rapid

2-0

Liverpool FC - FC Utrecht

0-0

FC Porto - CSKA (Sofija)

3-1

FINAL STANDING

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pt

1. Liverpool FC

6

2

4

0

8

3

10

2. SSC Napoli

6

1

4

1

8

9

7

3. FC Steaua Bucureşti

6

1

3

2

9

11

6

4. FC Utrecht

6

0

5

1

5

7

5

FINAL STANDING

P

W

D

L

F

A

Pt

1. FC Porto

6

5

1

0

14

4

16

2. Beşiktaş JK

6

4

1

1

9

6

13

3. SK Rapid

6

1

0

5

5

12

3

4. CSKA (Sofija)

6

1

0

5

4

10

3

 

 

ROUND OF 32

32 TEAMS. 24 qualified teams after Group Stage; 8 third-placed teams after the League Stage of Champions League 2010-11 (in red).

SSC Napoli - Villarreal CF

0-0

1-2

 

Rangers FC (SCO) - Sporting CP

1-1

2-2

 

AC Sparta Praha - Liverpool FC

0-0

0-1

 

RSC Anderlecht - AFC Ajax (NED)

0-3

0-2

 

KKS Lech Poznań - SC Braga (POR)

1-0

0-2

 

Beşiktaş JK - FK Dynamo (Kyïv)

1-4

0-4

 

FC Basel (SWI) - FK Spartak (Moskva) (RUS)

2-3

1-1

 

BSC Young Boys - FK Zenit

2-1

1-3

 

AS Áris - Manchester City FC

0-0

0-3

 

PAOK (Thessaloníkê) - CSKA (Moskva)

0-1

1-1

 

Sevilla FC - FC Porto

1-2

1-0

 

FK Rubin (RUS) - FC Twente (NED)

0-2 (a)

2-2

 

Lille OSC - PSV (Eindhoven)

2-2 (b)

1-3

 

SL Benfica (POR) - VfB Stuttgart

2-1

2-0

 

FK BATE - Paris Saint-Germain FC

2-2 (c)

0-0

 

FK Metallist - TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen

0-4

0-2

 

(a) Played in Moskva.     (b) Played in Villeneuve d'Ascq.     (c) Played in Minsk.

 

 

ROUND OF 16

SL Benfica - Paris Saint-Germain FC

2-1

1-1

 

FK Dynamo (Kyïv) - Manchester City FC

2-0

0-1

 

FC Twente - FK Zenit

3-0

0-2

 

CSKA (Moskva) - FC Porto

0-1

1-2

 

PSV (Eindhoven) - Rangers FC

0-0

1-0

 

TSV Bayer 04 Leverkusen - Villarreal CF

2-3

1-2

 

AFC Ajax - FK Spartak (Moskva)

0-1

0-3

 

SC Braga - Liverpool FC

1-0

0-0

 

 

 

1/4 FINALS

FC Porto - FK Spartak (Moskva)

5-1

5-2

 

SL Benfica - PSV (Eindhoven)

4-1

2-2

 

Villarreal CF - FC Twente

5-1

3-1

 

FK Dynamo (Kyïv) - SC Braga

1-1

0-0

 

 

 

1/2 FINALS

SL Benfica - SC Braga

2-1

0-1

 

FC Porto - Villarreal CF

5-1

2-3

 

 

 

FINAL

STADIUM: Aviva Stadium (Dublin)

DATE: 18-05-2011 (19:45 h)

Attendance: 45.391

Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo (SPA)

Goals: 1-0 (Falcao 44’)

BOOKED: Săpunaru (49’), Hélton (90’), Rolando (90+’) / Hugo Viana (24’), Sílvio (30’), Miguel Garcia (55’), Márcio Mossoró (59’), Kaká (80’)

MAN OF THE MATCH: Radamel Falcao García

[Incidents: Due to UEFA restrictions against certain corporate sponsorships, Aviva Stadium was officially referred to as “Dublin Arena” in the Europa League final.]

FC Porto - SC Braga
1-0 (1-0)

FC Porto (coach: André Villas-Boas)

Hélton da Silva (c)

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Cristian Săpunaru

Rolando Pires

Nicolás Otamendi

Álvaro Pereira

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Fredy Guarín (Fernando Belluschi 73’)

Fernando Reges

João Moutinho

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Givanildo Vieira Hulk”

Radamel Falcao García

Silvestre Varela (James Rodríguez 79’)

SC Braga (coach: Domingos Paciência)

Artur Moraes

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Miguel Garcia

Paulo Santos “Paulão”

Alberto Rodríguez (Claudiano Bezerra “Kaká” 46’)

Sílvio Azevedo

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Custódio Dias

Hugo Viana (Márcio Mossoró 46’)

Vanderson de Almeida “Vandinho” (c)

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Alan Osório

Rodrigo Lima (Albert Meyong 66’)

Paulo César Rocha

 

TOP SCORER: Radamel Falcao García (POR) - 18 goals

 

 

ROSTERS (FINALISTS)

FC Porto

SC Braga

Goalkeepers

1. Hélton da Silva Arruda (18-05-1978) BRA

24. António Alberto Bastos Pimparel “Beto” (1-05-1982) POR

31. Paweł Kieszek (16-04-1984) POL

54. Tiago Manuel da Silva Maia (18-09-1992) POR

Defenders

2. Bruno Eduardo Regufe Alves (27-11-1981) POR

4. Maicon Pereira Roque (14-09-1988) BRA

5. Álvaro Daniel Pereira Barragán (28-11-1985) URU

13. Jorge Ciro Fucile Perdomo (19-11-1984) URU

14. Rolando Jorge Pires da Fonseca (31-08-1985) POR

15. Emídio Rafael Augusto Silva “Rafa” (24-01-1986) POR

16. Henrique Sereno Fonseca (18-05-1985) POR

21. Cristian Săpunaru (5-04-1984) ROM

22. Hugo Miguel Almeida Costa Lopes (19-12-1986) POR

30. Nicolás Hernán Gonzalo Otamendi (12-02-1988) ARG

42. David Carneiro Dias Resende Bruno (14-02-1992) POR

43. Ricardo José Araújo Ferreira (25-11-1992) POR

53. Hugo Filipe Gonçalves Martins de Sousa (4-06-92) POR

Midfielders

3. Raul José Trindade Meireles (17-03-1983) POR

6. Fredy Alejandro Guarín Vásquez (30-06-1986) COL

7. Fernando Daniel Belluschi (10-09-1983) ARG

8. João Filipe Iria Santos Moutinho (8-09-1986) POR

10. Cristian Gabriel Rodríguez Barotti (30-09-1985) URU

11. Mariano Nicolás González (5-05-1981) ARG

20. Tomás Costa (30-01-1985) ARG

23. Josef de Souza Dias (11-02-1989) BRA

25. Fernando Francisco Reges (25-07-1987) BRA

26. André Castro Pereira (2-04-1988) POR

28. Rúben Micael Freitas da Ressureição (19-08-1986) POR

47. Sérgio Miguel Relvas de Oliveira (2-06-1992) POR

50. João Carlos Nogueira Amorim (11-02-1992) POR

Forwards

9. Radamel Falcao García Zárate (10-02-1986) COL

12. Givanildo Vieira de Souza “Hulk” (25-07-1986) BRA

17. Silvestre Manuel Gonçalves Varela (2-02-1985) POR

18. Walter Henrique da Silva (22-07-1989) BRA

19. James David Rodríguez Rubio (12-07-1991) COL

27. André Filipe Alves Monteiro “Ukra” (16-03-1988) POR (*)

COACH: Luís André Pina Cabral Villas-Boas (17-10-77) POR

* Ukra was loaned to SC Braga on 27-01-2011.

Goalkeepers

1. Artur Guilherme Moraes Gusmão (25-01-1981) BRA

12. Joaquim Manuel Sampaio Silva “Quim” (13-11-1975) POR

24. Mário Jorge Quintas Felgueiras (12-12-1986) POR

26. Sebastião Marcos Barbosa de Oliveira (21-06-1976) BRA

42. Cristiano Pereira Figueiredo (29-11-1990) POR

84. Luiz Felipe Ventura dos Santos (22-02-1984) BRA

93. Bruno Miguel Costa Martins (11-12-1993) POR

Defenders

2. Alberto Junior Rodríguez Valdelomar (31-03-1984) PER

3. Paulo Afonso Santos Júnior “Paulão” (6-05-1982) BRA

4. George Lucas Coser (20-02-1984) BRA

4. Claudiano Bezerra da Silva “Kaká” (16-05-1981) BRA

5. Moisés Moura Pinheiro (25-07-1979) BRA

13. Eduardo da Silva Nascimento Neto (24-10-1988) BRA

15. Miguel Ângelo Moita Garcia (4-02-1983) POR

16. Leonardo “Léo” Fortunato dos Santos (14-03-1983) BRA

20. Uwa Elderson Echiejile (20-01-1988) NIG

28. Sílvio Manuel Azevedo Ferreira Sá Pereira (28-09-87) POR

32. Marco Miguel Gonçalves Ramos (26-04-1983) POR

43. Daniel Filipe Faria Coelho “Dani” (17-01-1990) POR

48. Aníbal Araújo Capela (8-05-1991) POR

64. Carlos Alberto Silva Lomba (22-05-1992) POR

Midfielders

6. Vinicius Oliveira Franco (16-05-1986) BRA

8. José Márcio da Costa “Márcio Mossoró” (4-07-1983) BRA

22. Luis Bernando Aguiar Burgos (17-11-1985) URU

23. Andrés David Madrid (29-07-1981) ARG

25. Leandro Salino do Carmo (22-04-1985) BRA

27. Custódio Miguel Dias de Castro (24-05-1983) POR

40. Guilherme Costa Marques (21-05-1991) BRA

45. Hugo Miguel Ferreira Gomes Viana (15-01-1983) POR

46. Joseph Peterson (24-04-1990) HAI

88. Vanderson Válter de Almeida “Vandinho” (15-01-78) BRA

Forwards

7. André Filipe Alves Monteiro “Ukra” (16-03-1988) POR

9. Paulo César Rocha Rosa (5-01-1980) BRA

10. Hélder Jorge Leal Rodrigues Barbosa (25-05-1987) POR

11. Ladji Keita (29-04-1983) SEN

18. Rodrigo José Lima dos Santos (11-08-1983) BRA

19. Albert Meyong(19-10-1980) CAM

30. Alan Osório da Costa Silva (19-09-1979) BRA

39. Toumany Aimar Sambou (21-12-1991) SEN

50. Januário dos Santos de Jesus (22-06-1991) POR

85. Élton Rodrigues Brandão (1-08-1985) BRA

79. João Manuel Silva Gonçalves (21-02-1992) POR

89. José Pedro da Costa Amorim “Zé Pedro” (8-07-92) POR

99. Matheus Leite Nascimento (15-01-1983) BRA

COACH: Domingos José Paciência de Oliveira (2-01-69) POR

 

 

RESUMEN DEL PARTIDO (GAME SUMMARY)

 

En la final portuguesa de la Europa League, el Oporto volvió a reverdecer viejos laureles continentales y se proclamó campeón tras derrotar al Sporting de Braga en un encuentro que tuvo más emoción que buen juego. Ambos equipos, que se conocían perfectamente por sus enfrentamientos en la Liga lusa, plantearon un partido cada uno con sus armas: circulación de balón paciente en el Oporto y defensa rocosa a la espera del contragolpe en el equipo de Domingos Paciência. Tras una primera mitad de gran igualdad, un gravísimo error defensivo del Braga al filo del descanso permitió a Falcao lograr el único gol del partido, y desde ese momento la final se convirtió en un querer y no poder para el equipo del norte de Portugal, que acusó excesivamente su falta de pegada. De esta forma, los “dragones” de Villas-Boas —el joven técnico del Oporto al que muchos califican ya como “el nuevo Mourinho”— consiguen su tercer título de la temporada tras la Liga y la Supercopa portuguesas, y tienen opciones de coronar un fantástico año con el premio que supondría conquistar la Copa de Portugal.

 

El respeto mutuo fue la tónica predominante durante los primeros cuarenta y cinco minutos, aunque fue el Braga el que gozó de la primera ocasión de gol en el minuto 4, cuando Custódio rompe el fuera de juego viniendo desde atrás pero dispara desviado. Tres minutos más tarde, Hulk ofrece la primera muestra de su enorme calidad al marcharse de dos rivales por banda derecha y lanzar un potente disparo que se marcha rozando la escuadra. Los hombres de Domingos Paciência dejaban que sus rivales controlaran el centro del campo, aunque cuando el Oporto se aproximaba a su área la telaraña defensiva del Sporting de Braga no permitía opciones claras de ataque a los dragones. El único peligro del Oporto llegaba por la banda derecha de Hulk, que desbordaba a sus rivales por clase y potencia, pero la defensa braguense se mostraba seria y expeditiva. Pese a que el equipo blanquiazul era dueño y señor del partido y el Braga intentaba salir al contragolpe, no se produjeron ocasiones claras de gol en ninguna portería. Sin embargo, una grave pérdida de balón del Sporting al filo del descanso hizo que el balón cayera en las botas de Guarín en el lateral derecho. El colombiano, tras recortar a un rival, envió un centro medido al corazón del área para que su compatriota Falcao rematara de cabeza y lograra su gol número 18 en la Europa League.

 

El gol del Oporto hizo que Domingos Paciência se viera obligado a modificar su esquema defensivo en la segunda mitad, con la doble sustitución de Alberto Rodríguez y Hugo Viana por Kaká y Márcio Mossoró (respectivamente), dos jugadores de corte más ofensivo. Fue precisamente este último el que tuvo la mejor ocasión de todo el partido apenas un minuto después de entrar en el campo, cuando un error de la defensa blanquiazul, excesivamente confiada, le permitió plantarse totalmente solo ante Hélton, pero su disparo cruzado fue desviado con la pierna por el guardameta brasileño. Con ventaja en el marcador, el Oporto se dedicó durante toda la segunda mitad a controlar el balón y contener las intenciones atacantes del Braga, demasiado predecibles y carentes de peligrosidad. Los hombres de Villas-Boas no pasaron demasiados apuros para mantener su ventaja, aunque en el minuto 72 pudieron haberse quedado con un hombre menos si el árbitro español Velasco Carballo hubiera enseñado la segunda tarjeta amarilla a Săpunaru por una fuerte entrada a Sílvio. Pese a que el Sporting de Braga se lanzó arriba con todo, lo hizo sin demasiada convicción, y fue el Oporto el que estuvo a punto de “matar” el partido en el minuto 86, con un disparo de Belluschi que se marchó rozando la escuadra del guardameta Artur.

 

 

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