Europa League Champions

BY foxsports • May 18, 2011

1958-Barcelona (Spain)

1960-Barcelona (Spain)

1961-AS Roma (Italy)

1962-Valencia (Spain)

1963-Valencia (Spain)

1964-Real Zaragoza (Spain)

1965-Ferencvaros (Hungary)

1966-Barcelona (Spain)

1967-Dinamo Zagreb (Yugoslavia)

1968-Leeds (England)

1969-Newcastle (England)

1970-Arsenal (England)

1971-Leeds (England)

1972-Tottenham (England)

1973-Liverpool (England)

1974-Feyenoord (Netherlands)

1975-Borussia Moenchengladbach (West Germany)

1976-Liverpool (England)

1977-Juventus (Italy)

1978-PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands)

1979-Borussia Moenchengladbach (West Germany)

1980-Eintracht Frankfurt (West Germany)

1981-Ipswich (England)

1982-IFK Goteborg (Sweden)

1983-Anderlecht (Belgium)

1984-Tottenham (England)

1985-Real Madrid (Spain)

1986-Real Madrid (Spain)

1987-IFK Goteborg (Sweden)

1988-Bayer Leverkusen (West Germany)

1989-Napoli (Italy)

1990-Juventus (Italy)

1991-Inter Milan (Italy)

1992-Ajax (Netherlands)

1993-Juventus (Italy)

1994-Inter Milan (Italy)

1995-Parma (Italy)

1996-Bayern Munich (Germany)

1997-Schalke (Germany)

1998-Inter Milan (Italy)

1999-Parma (Italy)

2000-Galatasaray (Turkey)

2001-Liverpool (England)

2002-Feyenoord (Netherlands)

2003-FC Porto (Portugal)

2004-Valencia (Spain)

2005-CSKA Moscow (Russia)

2006-Sevilla (Spain)

2007-Sevilla (Spain)

2008-Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia)

2009-Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraine)

2010-Atletico Madrid (Spain)

2011-FC Porto (Portugal)

NOTES: European Fairs' Cup from 1958-71, not contested in 1959; UEFA Cup from 1972-2009.


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