1969–70 European Cup

The European Champions' Cup 1969/70 was the 15th edition of the competition. 33 club teams participated, including 32 national champions from the previous season and with AC Milan, the defending champion.

The winners Feyenoord Rotterdam of the cup went for the first time in the Netherlands, where he was to remain for the next four years.

The participants played in the pure Cup mode (except for the final) round-trip games for the crown of European club football. In Torgleichstand first counted the greater number of away goals scored; there was also this a tie, first no decision game the winner was discharged, but drawn directly by coin toss.

The final took place on 26 May 1970 at the San Siro in Milan before 53,000 spectators instead.

Preliminary round

The first leg took place on 21 August, the return match on August 28, 1969 instead.

First round

The first legs took place on 10./17./24. September, the return matches on 24./30. September / 1 Of October 1969.

2nd round

The first legs took place on 12./19. November and the return legs on 26 November / 3 December 1969 instead.


The first legs were held on March 18, 1970 March 4, the return games.


The first legs took place on April 15, 1970 April 1, the return games.


Top scorers

* According to research RSSSF is Mick Jones with nine gates sole scorer of the competition.