1967â€“68 European Cup
The European Champions' Cup 1967/68 was the 13th edition of the competition. 32 club teams participated, including Celtic as the defending champion and national champion and another 31 national champion of the previous season.
With Manchester United as the winner of the Cup went to England for the first time.
The participants played in the Cup mode with pure (except for the final) round-trip games for the crown of European club football. In Torgleichstand the away goals rule and then an additional playoff was consulted in the first two rounds. Should also draw this out, a coin was tossed. The German champions Eintracht Braunschweig had to play a playoff in the Bernese Wankdorfstadion in the quarter-final against Juventus. In the first leg, the Braunschweig had won against the favored Italians 3-2. Unlucky in this game was the Brunswick defender Peter Kaack, who scored two own goals and scored one goal for interim compensation 1:1. In the second leg in Turin, the Italians won by a penalty in the last minute. The playoff went 1-0 to Juventus.
The final took place at Wembley Stadium in London in front of 100,000 spectators on 29 May 1968.
The first legs were held until September 27, the return matches from September 19 to October 18, 1967 by the 13th.
The first legs were held until November 29, the return matches from November 17 to December 13, 1967 by the 15th.
The first legs took place until March 6, the return matches from February 28 to March 20, 1968 by January 31st.
The match took place on 20 March 1968.
The first legs were April / 9 24 May the return legs take place on 15 May 1968.