1984â€“85 European Cup
The European Champion Clubs' Cup in 1984/85 was the 30th edition of the competition. 32 club teams participated, including 32 national champions from the previous season and with Liverpool, the defending champion. The final took place on 29 May 1985 at Heysel Stadium in Brussels.
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, the second leg was extended and, if appropriate, immediately then discharged a penalty shootout to decide.
The first legs took place on 3 October 1984 on September 19, the return games.
The first legs took place on November 7, 1984 October 24, the return games.
The first legs were held on March 20, 1985 on the 6th, the return games.
The first legs took place on April 24, 1985 on the 10th, the return games.
Was overshadowed by the final death of 39 spectators. English clubs were subsequently banned for five years, the four-time winners Liverpool even for seven.
See also: Heysel disaster