In the 1969 Intertoto Cup no knock-out rounds were contested, and therefore no winner was declared. Jednota Trenčín were the best performers, with 11 points.
TTS Trenčín was a Slovak football club, playing in the town of Trenčín.
The teams were divided into nine groups of four teams each.
SpVgg Fürth was declared winner of the group
The season 1969–70 of the European Cup football club tournament was won by Feyenoord in an extra time final victory against Celtic. It was the first time the cup was won by a Dutch club, as well as the first of four-straight years the tournament would be won by Dutch clubs. During this tournament, playoffs were abandoned in favour of away goals, or when each side had scored the same number one side was eliminated by the toss of a coin.
The 1969–70 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup was the 12th Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. The competition was won by Arsenal over two legs in the final against Anderlecht. It was the first of Arsenal's two European trophies, the other being the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1993–94.
Whitehill Welfare Football Club is a football club based in the village of Rosewell, Midlothian, Scotland. They are members of the Lowland Football League and play their home matches at Ferguson Park. The club was founded in 1953 and initially competed in juvenile football before turning senior and joining the East of Scotland Football League in 1979. They are the most successful side in East of Scotland League history, winning a total of 16 titles prior to joining the Lowland League as one of its founder members in 2013.
The 1961–62 Intertoto Cup was the first Intertoto Cup, a football tournament for European clubs that would otherwise not have a European competition to compete in. The inaugural tournament was won by Ajax, who defeated Feyenoord in the final. The competition was contested by 32 clubs, almost exclusively from central Europe – Austria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Sweden entered four clubs each; Poland entered two; and West Germany entered six clubs. Eventually the final became a clash between Dutch rivals Ajax and Feyenoord.
The 1963–64 Intertoto Cup was won by Slovnaft Bratislava who retained the trophy they had won the previous season, defeating Polonia Bytom in the final. The tournament was expanded for this season, with 48 clubs entering compared to 32 in previous years, including the first clubs from Belgium to play in the Intertoto Cup - this meant an additional knock-out round was added between the Group Stage and the Quarter-Finals.
The 1966–67 Intertoto Cup was won by Eintracht Frankfurt in the final against Inter Bratislava, the last ever final of the tournament in the traditional '1 cup, 1 winner' sense. This was also last season that knock-out rounds were contested, until UEFA took over the competition in 1995, and the last ever occasion that an outright winner was declared. Although the competition had returned to the old 32 clubs / eight groups format the year before, this was altered with the tournament expanding to 40 clubs / ten groups.
The 1965–66 Intertoto Cup was won by Lokomotive Leipzig, who had lost the previous season's final. They defeated IFK Norrköping. After experimenting with twelve groups totalling 48 clubs for two years, the competition returned to its original format with 32 clubs divided into eight groups. As a result, the clubs went straight to the Quarter-finals after the Group Stage, while in previous seasons a First Round had also been required.
The 1964–65 Intertoto Cup was won by Polonia Bytom, losing finalists the previous season, who defeated Lokomotive Leipzig in the final - believed to be the first held over two legs in the tournament's history. A total of 44 clubs participated, down four on the previous season, and clubs from Bulgaria and Greece took part for the first time. The competition was also affected by the decision of UEFA to prevent clubs who were taking part in the European Cup or UEFA Cup Winners' Cup continuing games in other European competitions after the end of the summer break. These clubs had to be given byes through the knock-out rounds until they were eliminated from the UEFA competitions, or withdrawn entirely.
The 1967 Intertoto Cup was the first in which no knock-out rounds were contested, and therefore the first in which no winner was declared. The tournament was expanded, with 48 clubs and twelve groups compared to 40 clubs and ten groups the season before. Denmark participated for the first time.
The Dutch Eredivisie in the 1995/1996 season was contested by 18 teams. Ajax won the championship. From this season onwards a match win was rewarded with 3 points instead of 2.
Statistics of Allsvenskan in season 1969.
The 1968 Intertoto Cup was the second, following the previous year's in which no knock-out rounds were contested, and therefore the second in which no winner was declared. The tournament was expanded, with 50 clubs and fourteen groups compared to 48 clubs and twelve groups the season before. Clubs from Portugal and Spain participated for the first time.
In the 1970 Intertoto Cup no knock-out rounds were contested, and therefore no winner was declared.
In the 1971 Intertoto Cup no knock-out rounds were contested, and therefore no winner was declared.
In the 1972 Intertoto Cup no knock-out rounds were contested, and therefore no winner was declared.
In the 1973 Intertoto Cup no knock-out rounds were contested, and therefore no winner was declared.
In the 1974 Intertoto Cup no knock-out rounds were contested, and therefore no winner was declared. This year marked the first edition a club from Turkey took part.
In the 1975 Intertoto Cup no knock-out rounds were contested, and therefore no winner was declared.
In the 1976 Intertoto Cup no knock-out rounds were contested, and therefore no winner was declared. This edition marked the first time teams from Israel took part.
In the 1977 Intertoto Cup no knock-out rounds were contested, and therefore no winner was declared.
The 2013–14 UEFA Europa League was the 43rd season of Europe's secondary club football tournament organised by UEFA, and the fifth season under its current title.
In the 1978 Intertoto Cup no knock-out rounds were contested, and therefore no winner was declared.