1991â€“92 European Cup
The European Champion Clubs' Cup in 1991/92 was the 37th and last playout of competition under this name, because in the following season was renamed the Competition in Champions League. 32 club teams participated, including 31 national champions from the previous season and Red Star Belgrade as the defending champion and national champion of Yugoslavia. The Wembley Stadium on 20 May 1992 was the scene of the final.
For the first time after the disaster of Heysel in 1985 again took part in an English team in the competition. The five -year ban of English clubs had indeed expired already in the 1990/91 season, but Liverpool could not start as a masterpiece due to its seven -year ban last year.
The participants played in two rounds from eight teams to take part in the inaugural group stage with two groups of four teams each. The two group winners play the finals from among themselves. 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 17-18. September and the return legs held on 2 October 1991.
The first legs took place on 6 November 1991 on 23 October, the return games.