[58] In between, Porto traveled to Japan to contest the 1987 Intercontinental Cup against the 1987 Copa Libertadores winners, Peñarol of Uruguay. First goal: José Maria, against Athletic Bilbao. The club has qualified for UEFA competitions every season since 1974–75, and shares the second place in UEFA Champions League group stage appearances with Bayern Munich (24), one less than Barcelona and Real Madrid. FC Porto Vitalis 28. vs. Saint Raphael Var Handball 26. They were knocked out in the first round by Dinamo Zagreb, who secured a draw in Yugoslavia after winning in Portugal. As Damien Duff put Chelsea ahead, Porto were at risk of becoming the first holders not to get past the group stage, but goals from Diego and McCarthy saved Porto from premature elimination. Facts & Figures", "UEFA Champions League Statistics Handbook 2019/20 – 3. The other finalists were AS Monaco, who had eliminated Real Madrid and Chelsea. Porto defeated the Russians in both legs and advanced to the quarter-finals, where they were paired against another Muscovite club, this time Spartak Moscow. Na … ... We’ve improved our protection so you can keep enjoying football history, but as a consequence, our expenses have increased. [16] Domestically, Porto finished the league in an all-time low ninth place,[17] thus failing to qualify for European competition in the 1970–71 season. › Football clubs ordered after establishment, References: [56], Soon after the final, Artur Jorge left Porto to coach French team Matra Racing; his substitute was Tomislav Ivić. In the round of 16, a 2–1 home win over Arsenal was obliterated by a 5–0 defeat in London, which included a hat-trick from Nicklas Bendtner. Taça de Portugal: 17 Champions League: Quarter-finals, 1st leg: 1996-1997: March 09, 1997: SC Salgueiros. In a single season, Villas-Boas guided the team to a record-matching four titles, including victory in the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League. Soon after the restart, Henrik Larsson headed Celtic's equaliser, but Dmitri Alenichev restored Porto's lead a few minutes later. [85] In the quarter-finals, Porto were surprised at home with a 1–0 home defeat against Panathinaikos. Ludovic Péron, Football clubs ordered after establishment. Porto then debuted in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (not organised by UEFA) in 1962–63, in the Cup Winners' Cup in 1964–65, and in the inaugural editions of the UEFA Cup (Fairs Cup successor) and UEFA Champions League (European Cup successor) in 1971–72 and 1992–93, respectively. By the end of the decade, their trophy cabinet was richer for three titles. Passes into key play area 91. [117] He took his technical staff to London, except his assistant coach Vítor Pereira, who became the club's new coach. 1987 First European Cup title. Porto holds long-standing rivalries with the two other members of the Portuguese "Big Three": Benfica and Sporting. Bekijk alles rondom de wedstrijd FC Porto-Juventus (17-02-2021) (2-1) In the 1980–81 and 1982–83 UEFA Cup editions, Porto was eliminated in the second round by Grasshoppers and Anderlecht, respectively. Porto faced Deportivo La Coruña, who had convincingly eliminated the previous season's finalists, Juventus and Milan. [40] Despite the defeat, this final was a stepping stone in the growth of the club's international reputation. [119], In June 2011, Villas-Boas left Porto to become Chelsea's manager. [59] Despite the poor weather conditions, the game went ahead. UEFA Cup Winners: 2003,2011. In the following years, Porto won 16 titles,10 Portuguese cups, 1 European Champions Cup and the new Champions League, 1 UEFA cup, 1 European Super Cup, and 2 Intercontinental Cup. [78], Sporting won the 1999–2000 Primeira Liga and ended Porto's chances to clinch a record sixth consecutive title. He'll be one of four players you can vote for to claim the Player of the Week crown when the poll opens on Wednesday night # UCL See More [96] At Old Trafford, Paul Scholes put the English side ahead in the match and in the round (advantage on away goals). In the semi-finals, Falcao went one better and scored four goals in a first-leg 5–1 win against Villarreal, which all but confirmed the club's fourth major European final. [45], Standing between Porto and the European title were three-time champions Bayern Munich, who knocked out Real Madrid in the other semi-final and had the odds in their favour. After overcoming Köln in the first round, Porto met Manchester United for the first time in international club competition. Top goalscorer: Fernando Gomes (347). [86] Facing Lazio at home for the first leg, Porto conceded an early goal by Claudio López. As European champions, Porto contested the UEFA Super Cup and the Intercontinental Cup, lifting both trophies in their first appearance. 1935 First time national top-league champions. [31][32] In between, the club sailed into the 1981–82 Cup Winners' Cup quarter-finals, where they were beaten by the eventual runners-up Standard Liège. [74] Porto did not progress past the group stage of the two subsequent Champions League seasons, coming last in 1997–98 and third in 1998–99. In his first season in charge, Mourinho led the club to a Treble by winning the Primeira Liga, the Taça de Portugal and the UEFA Cup. In extra-time, Madjer lobbed a ball from the midfield over Peñarol's goalkeeper; it landed on the snow a few feet away from the goal line, but with enough momentum to roll into the goal and secure Porto's (and Portugal's) first Intercontinental Cup title. Despite one goal behind and without playmaker Giuly, Monaco created chances in the second half, but Alenichev and Deco set each other up for the second and third goals, respectively. Last 16 18.02.2012. [5] Porto returned to this tournament two years later but fell at the same stage. Qualification for this competition – contested between Europe's national champions – was achieved after Porto secured their fourth Primeira Divisão title in the previous season. They have won two UEFA Champions League titles (in 1987, as the European Cup, and 2004), two UEFA Europa League titles (in 2003, as the UEFA Cup, and 2011), one UEFA Super Cup (in 1987), and two Intercontinental Cups (in 1987 and 2004), for a total of seven international trophies. [122] Transferred to the UEFA Europa League round of 32, the defending champions were knocked out by Manchester City with a 6–1 aggregate loss. FC Porto Juventus #UCL. The plans for Estádio das Antas began already in 1933, but it would take another twenty years until it was inaugurated. European Cup: 1986–87, 2003–04 [65] Returning to the European Cup in 1990–91, Porto began their campaign beating the Northern Irish champions Portadown (13–1 on aggregate, including an 8–1 away win, the club's biggest in European competitions)[12] and Dinamo București (4–0). [48] This victory was celebrated in Portugal and praised by the European press, which highlighted Porto's second-half resurgence and the key contributions of Madjer, Juary and Paulo Futre in the team's success. The returning of José Maria Pedroto as the club's manager in 1976 was the first omen of brighter days ahead. De UEFA Champions League is het belangrijkste internationale voetbaltoernooi voor clubs in en rond Europa.Het toernooi wordt georganiseerd door de Europese voetbalbond UEFA.De naam Champions League bestaat sinds 1992. [12][29] Porto secured back-to-back league titles to participate in the 1979–80 European Cup. The top of the crest is a crown with a green dragon lying – a symbol for the team. [21][22], Head coach José Maria Pedroto oversaw Porto's victory over Braga in the 1977 Portuguese Cup final, which ensured the club's participation in the 1977–78 Cup Winners' Cup. http://www.fcporto.pt/en/clube/historia/Pages/historia.aspx Having finished second to Paris Saint-Germain in a group containing Dinamo Zagreb and Dynamo Kiev,[124] Porto qualified to the round of 16, where they faced tournament debutants Málaga. However, a loss to Anderlecht meant elimination and consequent transfer into that season's UEFA Cup,[79] where they were beaten in the quarter-finals by the eventual winners, Liverpool. [43] Porto won the 1984–85 Primeira Liga and qualified for the 1985–86 European Cup, where they first beat an Ajax side guided by Johan Cruyff and featuring Ronald Koeman, Frank Rijkaard and Marco van Basten. [41], Victory in the 1984 Portuguese Cup final ensured Porto's return to the Cup Winners' Cup in 1984–85, but they were surprisingly knocked out in the first round by Welsh Cup runners-up Wrexham. 1935 First time national top-league champions. Porto first participated in international club competitions in 1956, when they took part in the second edition of the European Cup. [130] The team then eliminated Basel to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since 2008–09. Mohamed Salah = Liverpool FC's best player this season? [97] In the quarter-finals, they overcame another French team (Lyon) to advance to the Champions League semi-finals for the first time since 1994. In the first of those seasons (1972–73), Porto reached the third round of a European competition for the first time, but were eliminated by Dynamo Dresden. Contrasting with previous matches in the tournament, Porto's performance was more contained and victory was secured with a single goal by Falcao, who became the competition's top scorer. In their return to the European Cup, they were eliminated in the first round after suffering their heaviest defeat in European competitions: 6–1 against AEK Athens. [63] Ivić departed with a league title and Artur Jorge was brought back with the 1988–89 season underway. [24][25] Reactions to the second round draw predicted an easy task for the English team,[26] but Porto stunned its visitors and Europe with a 4–0 win. The logo of FC Porto consists of a crest with a blue ball in the background, a rather peculiar look. [133] A runner-up finish in the 2014–15 Primeira Liga earned Porto's fifth consecutive participation in the Champions League group stage in 2015–16. [18] Porto returned to this tournament in four of the following five seasons, the exception being 1973–74, when it failed qualification for European competitions. [60][61][62], As holders, Porto were automatically qualified for the 1987–88 European Cup, but their previous season's success was not emulated as they were eliminated in the second round by Real Madrid. Portugese Champions: 1922,1925,1932,1937,1939,1940,1956,1959,1978,1979,1985,1986,1988,1990,1992,1993,1995,1996,1997,1998,1999,2003,2004,2006,2007, 2008,2009,2011,2012,2013,2018,2020. Attacks 202. De UEFA Champions Leaguefinale van het seizoen 2003/04 was de twaalfde finale in de geschiedenis van de Champions League.De wedstrijd vond plaats op 26 mei 2004 in de Arena AufSchalke in Gelsenkirchen.Met FC Porto stond er voor het eerst een Portugees team in de finale van de Champions League. Larsson again leveled the score, sending the match into extra-time. 2011/12 Men's European Cup / EHF Cup. Campo da Constituição (1913-1952) [105], Despite the managerial instability – Fernández was replaced by José Couceiro soon after their Champions League elimination[106] – and weak performances in league matches, Porto finished runners-up to Benfica and secured qualification for the 2005–06 UEFA Champions League group stage. [91] His 12th goal in the competition confirmed him as the top scorer (ahead of Larsson),[92] and inscribed Porto (and Portugal) into the list of UEFA Cup winners, for the first time. Passes into attacking third 194. At their new home ground, the Estádio das Antas, Porto lost the first match 2–1 and were eliminated a week later in Bilbao, after a 3–2 defeat. 1952 Moving to Estádio das Antas. [129] During this stage, Porto recorded their biggest win in this competition after beating BATE Borisov 6–0 at the Estádio do Dragão. ⭐️ Who'll star? Two wins in six matches resulted in a third place in the group and failure to progress to the final (only accessible for the group winners). Two prolific displays, which included a hat-trick by Radamel Falcao, sealed a 10–3 aggregate win for Porto. [99] This was Mourinho's last match for Porto; a week later, he was presented as Chelsea's manager. [114][115] Domestically, Porto failed to win a fifth consecutive league title and their third-place finish excluded them from competing in the 2010–11 Champions League. The club was reactivated in 1907, at which point they started entering a number of local competitions and regional championships. FC Porto. In the beginning, the logo only consisted of the blue ball with the club name’s initials, but after a redesign the crest was added. Voor die tijd stond het toernooi bekend als Europacup I (ook wel UEFA Beker voor landskampioenen). [75][76] The club got back on track in the 1999–2000 season, overcoming two consecutive group stages to meet Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals. [51] Three minutes later, Madjer provided the cross for Juary's match-deciding volley. UEFA Champions League: 2003–04 The club's performance was similar to that of the previous campaign: a first-round elimination of a French team (Stade Français) followed by a second-round loss to a German team (Hannover 96),[11] which included a 5–0 away defeat that was, at the time, Porto's heaviest in Europe. Despite Baldé's dismissal in the first half of extra-time, Celtic held on until the 115th minute, when Derlei intercepted a blocked shot and beat the goalkeeper to score the winning goal. Seventeen minutes later, António Sousa equalised for Porto, but the Portuguese side could not prevent Zbigniew Boniek from scoring Juventus's winning goal just before half-time. The following year, Porto successfully defended the league title and went one step further by claiming the Champions League with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Monaco in the final. [42] In January 1985, having left his job because of health problems, Pedroto died; he was succeeded by his apprentice Artur Jorge. Two goals from Fernando Gomes granted a 2–1 home win for Porto, but Real's goal proved crucial to secure their qualification on the away goals rule, after a 1–0 win in Madrid. 2011 First UEFA Europa League title. [117] Their triumphant campaign started in the play-off round, where they overcame Belgian side Genk to reach the group stage. Watch full FC Porto football matches online on Footballia. Estádio das Antas would be Porto's home ground for over a half century until they moved again to Estádio do Dragão, named after the nickname of the club (Dragões; Dragons in English). To this date, they remain the only Portuguese team to have won either of these trophies or the UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League. [15] Porto's last participation in the Fairs Cup, in 1969–70, also ended in the second round, with a defeat against holders Newcastle United. [35] In the 76th minute, Vermelhinho scored the only goal of the match,[36] which confirmed Porto's place in their first European final. In their third appearance in the Monaco showpiece match, Porto left once again as runners-up, after losing 2–0.