Torino F.C. in European football

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Torino F.C. in European football
Club Torino F.C.
First entry 1964–65 European Cup Winners' Cup
Latest entry 2019–20 UEFA Europa League

These are the matches that Torino has played in European football competitions. In UEFA European football, Torino was a finalist in the UEFA Cup in 1991–92.

Contents

Results

Torino's score listed first.

European Cup

SeasonRoundClubHomeAwayAggregateReference
1976–77 First Round Flag of Sweden.svg Malmö 2–11–13–2 [1]
Second Round Flag of Germany.svg Borussia Mönchengladbach 1–20–01–2

European Cup Winners' Cup

SeasonRoundClubHomeAwayAggregateReference
1964–65 First Round Flag of the Netherlands.svg Fortuna Sittard 3–12–25–3 [2]
Second Round Flag of Finland.svg Haka 5–01–06–0
Quarter-Final Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Dinamo Zagreb 1–12–13–2
Semi-Final Flag of Germany.svg 1860 Munich 2–01–33–5, (po 0–2)
1968–69 First Round Flag of Albania.svg Partizani Tirana 3–10–13–2 [3]
Second RoundGiven Bye
Quarter-Final Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Slovan Bratislava 0–11–21–3
1971–72 First Round Flag of Ireland.svg Limerick 4–01–05–0 [4]
Second Round Flag of Austria.svg Austria Wien 1–00–01–0
Quarter-Final Flag of Scotland.svg Rangers 1–10–11–2
1993–94 First Round Flag of Norway.svg Lillestrøm 1–22–03–2 [5]
Second Round Flag of Scotland.svg Aberdeen 3–22–15–3
Quarter-Final Flag of England.svg Arsenal 0–00–10–1

UEFA Cup and Europa League

SeasonRoundClubHomeAwayAggregateReference
1972–73 First Round Flag of Spain (1945-1977).svg Las Palmas 2–00–42–4 [6]
1973–74 First Round Flag of East Germany.svg Lokomotive Leipzig 1–21–22–4 [7]
1974–75 First Round Flag of Germany.svg Fortuna Düsseldorf 1–11–32–4 [8]
1977–78 First Round Flag of Cyprus.svg APOEL 3–01–14–1 [9]
Second Round Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Dinamo Zagreb 3–10–13–2
Third Round Flag of France.svg Bastia 2–31–23–5
1978–79 First Round Flag of Spain (1977-1981).svg Sporting Gijón 1–00–31–3 [10]
1979–80 First Round Flag of Germany.svg Stuttgart 2–10–12–2 (a) [11]
1980–81 First Round Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Molenbeek 2–2 ( a.e.t. )2–14–3 [12]
Second Round Flag of East Germany.svg Magdeburg 3–10–13–2
Third Round Flag of Switzerland.svg Grasshopper 2–11–23–3, 3–4 (p)
1985–86 First Round Flag of Greece.svg Panathinaikos 2–11–13–2 [13]
Second Round Flag of Yugoslavia (1946-1992).svg Hajduk Split 1–11–32–4
1986–87 First Round Flag of France.svg Nantes 1–14–05–1 [14]
Second Round Flag of Hungary.svg Győr 4–01–15–1
Third Round Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Beveren 2–11–03–1
Quarter-Final Flag of Austria.svg Wacker Innsbruck 0–01–21–2
1991–92 First Round Flag of Iceland.svg KR 6–12–08–1 [15]
Second Round Flag of Portugal.svg Boavista 2–00–02–0
Third Round Flag of Greece.svg AEK Athens 1–02–23–2
Quarter-Final Flag of Denmark.svg Copenhagen 1–02–03–0
Semi-Final Flag of Spain.svg Real Madrid 2–01–23–2
Final Flag of the Netherlands.svg Ajax 2–20–02–2 (a)
1992–93 First Round Flag of Sweden.svg Norrköping 3–00–13–1 [16]
Second Round Flag of Russia.svg Dynamo Moscow 1–20–01–2
2014–15 Third Qualifying Round Flag of Sweden.svg Brommapojkarna 4–03–07–0 [17]
Play-off Round Flag of Croatia.svg RNK Split 1–00–01–0
Group B Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Club Brugge 0–00–02nd
Flag of Denmark.svg Copenhagen 1–05–1
Flag of Finland.svg HJK Helsinki 2–01–2
Round of 32 Flag of Spain.svg Athletic Bilbao 2–23–25–4
Round of 16 Flag of Russia.svg Zenit St. Petersburg 1–00–21–2
2019–20 Second Qualifying Round Flag of Hungary.svg Debrecen 3–04–17–1
Third Qualifying Round Flag of Belarus.svg Shakhtyor Soligorsk 5–01–16–1
Play-off Round Flag of England.svg Wolverhampton Wanderers 2–31–23–5

UEFA Intertoto Cup

SeasonRoundClubHomeAwayAggregateReference
2002 Second Round Flag of Austria.svg Bregenz 1–01–12–1 [18]
Third Round Flag of Spain.svg Villarreal 2–00–22–2, 3–4 (p)

UEFA-non organised seasonal competitions

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup

SeasonRoundClubHomeAwayAggregate
1965–66 First Round Flag of England.svg Leeds United 0–01–21–2

Overall record

By competition

As of 29 August 2019
CompetitionPlayedWonDrewLostGFGAGDWin%
European Champions' Cup/UEFA Champions League 412144+0025.00
Cup Winners' Cup 2512583623+13048.00
UEFA Cup/Europa League 7032182011270+42045.71
UEFA Intertoto Cup 421143+1050.00
Total103472630156100+56045.63

Source: UEFA.com
Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal Difference.

By country

As of 29 August 2019
Key
  Positive balance (more wins than losses)
  Neutral balance (as many wins as losses)
  Negative balance (more losses than wins)
CountryPlayedWonDrewLostGFGAGDWin%
Flag of Albania.svg  Albania 210132+1050.00
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 623143+1033.33
Flag of Belarus.svg  Belarus 211061+5050.00
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 632165+1050.00
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 833298+1037.50
Flag of Cyprus.svg  Cyprus 211041+3050.00
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 440091+8100.00
Flag of England.svg  England 602448−4000.00
Flag of Finland.svg  Finland 430192+7075.00
Flag of France.svg  France 411286+2025.00
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 133281319−6023.08
Flag of Greece.svg  Greece 422064+2050.00
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 4310122+10075.00
Flag of Iceland.svg  Iceland 220081+7100.00
Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland 220050+5100.00
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 413075+2025.00
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 210132+1050.00
Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal 211020+2050.00
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 411224−2025.00
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 421165+1050.00
Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia 200213−2000.00
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 105141315−2050.00
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 6411133+10066.67
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 210133+0050.00

Source: [19]

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