1992 European Cup Winners' Cup Final

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1992 European Cup Winners' Cup Final
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Match programme cover
Event 1991–92 European Cup Winners' Cup
Date6 May 1992
Venue Estádio da Luz, Lisbon
Referee Pietro d'Elia (Italy)
Attendance16,000
1991
1993

The 1992 European Cup Winners' Cup Final was a football match contested between Werder Bremen of Germany (who qualified for the tournament through the West German berth) and Monaco of France. It was the final match of the 1991–92 European Cup Winners' Cup and the 32nd European Cup Winners' Cup final. The final was held at Estádio da Luz in Lisbon. Bremen won the match 2–0 thanks to goals of Klaus Allofs and Wynton Rufer.

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AS Monaco FC association football club in Monaco

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Contents

Route to the final

Flag of Germany.svg Werder Bremen Round Flag of France.svg Monaco
OpponentAgg.1st leg2nd legStagesOpponentAgg.1st leg2nd leg
Flag of Romania.svg Bacău 11–06–0 (A)5–0 (H) First round Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Swansea City 10–12–1 (A)8–0 (H)
Flag of Hungary.svg Ferencváros 4–23–2 (H)1–0 (A) Second round Flag of Sweden.svg IFK Norrköping 3–02–1 (A)1–0 (H)
Flag of Turkey.svg Galatasaray 2–12–1 (H)0–0 (A) Quarter-finals Flag of Italy.svg Roma 1–00–0 (A)1–0 (H)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Club Brugge 2–10–1 (A)2–0 (H) Semi-finals Flag of the Netherlands.svg Feyenoord 3–3 (a)1–1 (H)2–2 (A)

Match

Details

Werder Bremen Flag of Germany.svg 2–0 Flag of France.svg Monaco
Allofs Soccerball shade.svg 40'
Rufer Soccerball shade.svg 55'
Report
Estádio da Luz, Lisbon
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Pietro d'Elia (Italy)
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Werder Bremen
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Monaco
GK1 Flag of Germany.svg Jürgen Rollmann
SW4 Flag of Norway.svg Rune Bratseth
CB3 Flag of Germany.svg Thomas Wolter Sub off.svg 80'
CB6 Flag of Germany.svg Ulrich Borowka
RWB2 Flag of Germany.svg Manfred Bockenfeld
LWB5 Flag of Germany.svg Marco Bode
CM7 Flag of Germany.svg Dieter Eilts
CM8 Flag of Germany.svg Miroslav Votava (c)Yellow card.svg 27'
AM9 Flag of Germany.svg Frank Neubarth Sub off.svg 75'
RF10 Flag of New Zealand.svg Wynton Rufer
LF11 Flag of Germany.svg Klaus Allofs
Substitutes:
GK12 Flag of Germany.svg Florian Klugmann
DF15 Flag of Germany.svg Thomas Schaaf Sub on.svg 80'
MF14 Flag of Germany.svg Thorsten Legat
FW13 Flag of Germany.svg Stefan Kohn Sub on.svg 75'
FW16 Flag of Germany.svg Marinus Bester
Manager:
Flag of Germany.svg Otto Rehhagel
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GK1 Flag of France.svg Jean-Luc Ettori (c)
RB5 Flag of Senegal.svg Roger Mendy
CB3 Flag of France.svg Luc Sonor
CB4 Flag of France.svg Emmanuel Petit Sub off.svg 63'
LB2 Flag of France.svg Patrick Valéry
RM7 Flag of France.svg Jérôme Gnako Yellow card.svg 65'
CM6 Flag of France.svg Marcel Dib Yellow card.svg 38'
CM8 Flag of Portugal.svg Rui Barros
LM10 Flag of France.svg Gérald Passi
CF11 Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg Youssouf Fofana Sub off.svg 60'
CF9 Flag of Liberia.svg George Weah Yellow card.svg 85'
Substitutes:
GK16 Flag of France.svg Angelo Hugues
DF12 Flag of France.svg Patrick Blondeau
DF15 Flag of France.svg Lilian Thuram
FW13 Flag of France.svg Benjamin Clément Sub on.svg 60'
FW14 Flag of France.svg Youri Djorkaeff Sub on.svg 63'
Manager:
Flag of France.svg Arsène Wenger

Assistant referees:
Domenico Ramicone (Italy)
Franco Andreozzi (Italy)
Fourth official:
Arcangelo Pezzella (Italy)

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Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Five named substitutes.
  • Maximum of two substitutions.

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The 1992 UEFA Cup Final was played on 29 April 1992 and 13 May 1992 between Ajax of the Netherlands and Torino of Italy. Ajax won on away goals after a 2–2 draw in the first leg in Turin and a 0–0 draw in the second in Amsterdam. The victory made Ajax only the second club – after Torino's city rivals Juventus – to have won all three major European trophies.

Association Sportive de Monaco Football Club is a French–listed football club, located in Monaco. They received entry to their first European competition, the European Cup, after being crowned as winners of the league in 1961. The side qualified for the beginning round, the preliminary stage, where they were beaten 4–6 on aggregate by Scottish opponents Rangers in both legs of the tie, 2–3 at home, and 3–2 on foreign ground. As runners-up of the French annual cup, the Coupe de France, AS Monaco added their name to a second European tournament, the 1974–75 European Cup Winners' Cup, also exiting in the first phase against Eintracht Frankfurt with a 2–5 total score.

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