1991â€“92 European Cup Winners' Cup
The European Cup Winners 'Cup 1991/92 season was the 32nd playout of the competition of European Football Cup Winners' Cup. 34 club teams from 33 countries took part, including defending champion Manchester United, 26 domestic cup winners and seven losing Cup Finalists ( Athinaikos Athens, Jeunesse Esch, Eisenhüttenstädter FC steel, Glenavon FC, Fyllingen IL, Tampere Ilves and FC Bacau ). Yugoslavia was the last time represented by its cup winners Hajduk Split.
From Germany Cup finalists were DFB-Pokal winner Werder Bremen, for the area of NOFV Eisenhüttenstädter FC Steel (Cup winners FC Hansa Rostock was qualified as NOFV- master for the European Champions Cup ), from Austria OFB Cup winner SV Stockerau and Switzerland Cup winners FC Sion at the start. The NOFV as a Regional Association of the DFB and successor of the DFV the GDR was allowed in the 1991/92 season still own have representatives in the European Cup, as it was only established on 20 November 1990 and the season 1990/91 with independent leagues German before the had begun reunification on 3 October 1990.
The final at the Estádio da Luz stadium in Lisbon won the SV Werder Bremen 2-0 against the French representative AS Monaco and was by Borussia Dortmund in 1966, FC Bayern Munich in 1967, the first FC Magdeburg 1974 and Hamburger SV 1977 fifth and last German club, which scored a victory in this competition.
Scorer of the Hungarian Peter Lipcsei of Ferencvaros Budapest with 6 goals.
The participants played as usual in pure Cup mode with return games the winner. Was there after two games Torgleichstand, the number of away goals scored decided ( away goals ). Was also equal in number to an extension took place in the return game in which was also the away goals rule. Ruled by the end of the extension is still a tie, a penalty shoot-out was performed. The final was decided on one game at a neutral venue. If the score is level after extra time the winner would also have been determined in a penalty shootout.
The first legs took place on August 21, the return matches on 3/4 Of September 1991.
The first legs took place from September 17 to 19, the second legs on 1/2 Of October 1991.
The first legs took place on 22-23. October, the return legs held to 7 November 1991 by 5.
The first legs took place on 18 March 1992 on 4 March, the return games.
The first legs took place on 15 April 1992 on April 1, the return games.