1963–64 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup

The sixth Inter-Cities Fairs Cup was played over the 1963–64 season. The competition was won by Real Zaragoza in a one-off final at Camp Nou in Barcelona against fellow Spaniards and defending champions Valencia. There was only one representative city team, from Copenhagen, with established sides filling all the other slots.

1963–64 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
Tournament details
Dates2 October 1963 – 25 June 1964
Teams32
Final positions
ChampionsSpain Real Zaragoza (1st title)
Runners-upSpain Valencia

First round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Stævnet Denmark 4–9 England Arsenal 1–7 3–2
Aris Bonnevoie Luxembourg 0–2 Belgium RFC Liegeois 0–2 0–0
Glentoran Northern Ireland 1–7 Scotland Partick Thistle 1–4 0–3
Spartak Brno Czechoslovakia 7–1 Switzerland Servette 5–0 2–1
Lausanne-Sport Switzerland 4–41 Scotland Hearts 2–2 2–2
Iraklis Greece 1–9 Spain Real Zaragoza 0–3 1–6
Juventus Italy 3–32 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia OFK Beograd 2–1 1–2
Atlético Madrid Spain 2–1 Portugal Porto 2–1 0–0
Rapid Wien Austria 4–2 France RC Paris 1–0 3–2
Shamrock Rovers Republic of Ireland 2–3 Spain Valencia 0–1 2–2
SC Leipzig East Germany 2–3 Hungary Újpest 0–0 2–3
Steagul Roșu Brașov Romania 2–5 Bulgaria PFC Lokomotiv Plovdiv 1–3 1–2
Hertha BSC West Germany 1–5 Italy Roma 1–3 0–2
Tresnjevka Zagreb Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1–4 Portugal Belenenses 0–2 1–2
Köln West Germany 4–2 Belgium Gent 3–1 1–1
DOS Utrecht Netherlands 2–8 England Sheffield Wednesday 1–4 1–4

1 Lausanne-Sport won 3–2 after extra time in a play-off to advance to the second round. 2 Juventus won 1–0 in a play-off to advance to the second round.

First leg

Juventus Italy2–1Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia OFK Beograd
Nené Goal 34'
Zigoni Goal 53'
Gugleta Goal 39'
Hertha BSC West Germany1–3Italy Roma
Rühl Goal 32' Schütz Goal 21'
De Sisti Goal 60'
Leonardi Goal 72'

Second leg

OFK Beograd Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia2–1Italy Juventus
Gugleta Goal 76'
Milošev Goal 83'
Stacchini Goal 62'

OFK Beograd 3–3 Juventus on aggregate.

Juventus Italy1–0Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia OFK Beograd
Menichelli Goal 82'

Juventus won 1–0 in play-off.

Roma Italy2–0West Germany Hertha BSC
Schütz Goal 4'
Orlando Goal 70'

Roma won 5–1 on aggregate.

Second round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Arsenal England 2–4 Belgium RFC Liegeois 1–1 1–3
Partick Thistle Scotland 3–6 Czechoslovakia Spartak Brno 3–2 0–4
Lausanne-Sport Switzerland 1–5 Spain Real Zaragoza 1–2 0–3
Juventus Italy 3–1 Spain Atlético Madrid 1–0 2–1
Rapid Wien Austria 2–3 Spain Valencia 0–0 2–3
Újpest Hungary 3–1 Bulgaria Lokomotiv Plovdiv 0–0 3–1
Roma Italy 3–1 Portugal Belenenses 2–1 1–0
Köln West Germany 5–3 England Sheffield Wednesday 3–2 2–1

First leg

Juventus Italy1–0Spain Atlético Madrid
Stacchini Goal 31'
Roma Italy2–1Portugal Belenenses
Schütz Goal 20'
Peres Goal 86' (o.g.)
Peres Goal 58'

Second leg

Atlético Madrid Spain1–2Italy Juventus
Beitia Goal 64' Da Costa Goal 5'
Menichelli Goal 7'

Juventus won 3–1 on aggregate.

Belenenses Portugal0–1Italy Roma
De Sisti Goal 19'

Roma won 3–1 on aggregate.

Quarter-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
RFC Liegeois Belgium 2–23 Czechoslovakia Spartak Brno 2–0 0–2
Real Zaragoza Spain 3–2 Italy Juventus 3–2 0–0
Valencia Spain 6–5 Hungary Újpest 5–2 1–3
Roma Italy 3–5 West Germany Köln 3–1 0–4

3 RFC Liegeois won 1–0 in a play-off in Liège to advance to the semi-finals.

First leg

Real Zaragoza Spain3–2Italy Juventus
Isasi Goal 10'
Marcelino Goal 58'
Villa Goal 60'
Menichelli Goal 71' (pen.)
Dell'Omodarme Goal 82'
Roma Italy3–1West Germany Köln
Schütz Goal 8' Goal 48' (pen.)
Sormani Goal 19'
Thielen Goal 75'

Second leg

Juventus Italy0–0Spain Real Zaragoza

Real Zaragoza won 3–2 on aggregate.

Köln West Germany4–0Italy Roma
Benthaus Goal 45'
Pott Goal 67'
Müller Goal 85'90'

Köln won 5–3 on aggregate.

Semi-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
RFC Liegeois Belgium 2–24 Spain Real Zaragoza 1–0 1–2
Valencia Spain 4–3 West Germany Köln 4–1 0–2

4 Real Zaragoza won 2–0 in a play-off in Zaragoza to advance to the final.

Final

Real Zaragoza Spain2–1Spain Valencia CF
Villa Goal 40'
Marcelino Goal 83'
Urtiaga Goal 42'

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