Extra payment based on teams performance: If a player was shown a red card – whether as a result of two bookable offences or a straight red – he would become suspended from playing in his team's next match. Lietuvių: UEFA taurė 2004-2005 m. Русский: Кубок УЕФА 2004-2005. In 2004, the cup returned to Spain with Valencia being victorious, and then Sevilla succeeded on two consecutive occasions in 2006 and 2007, the latter in a final against fellow Spaniards Espanyol. En remportant le tournoi le CSKA est devenu le tout premier club russe à gagner la coupe de l'UEFA. In 2002, Feyenoord became winners for the second time in club history by defeating Borussia Dortmund 3–2 in the final played in their own stadium, De Kuip in Rotterdam. The 2009 re-branding included a merge with the UEFA Intertoto Cup, producing an enlarged competition format, with an expanded group stage and a change in qualifying criteria. , Previously called the UEFA Cup, the competition has been known as the UEFA Europa League since the 2009–10 season, following a change in format.. ** - après prolongation. In all cases, if a club is eligible to enter the UEFA Champions League then the Champions League place takes precedence and the club does not enter the UEFA Europa League. ** - Qualification obtenue après prolongation, * - Qualification obtenue grâce aux buts inscrits à l'extérieur Generally, the higher an association is ranked in the UEFA coefficients, the later its clubs start in the qualification. The draw for the group stage took place on 30 November 2003 at the Pavilhão Atlântico in Lisbon, Portugal, where the 16 finalists were divided into four groups. Valencia had been on a 14-match unbeaten run previous to this match, which had only ended the previous week to Villarreal, the side they beat in the semi-final to reach the final, due to a weakened lineup after securing the La Liga title. There were three rounds of matches, with each round eliminating half of the teams entering that round, culminating in the final to decide the champions. Hosts Portugal (coefficient 2.400; rank 2nd) were automatically assigned to position A1. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository, Copa de la UEFA 2004-05 (es); 2004–05年歐洲足協盃 (yue); 2004–2005-ös UEFA-kupa (hu); Coppa UEFA 2004-2005 (it); Pohár UEFA 2004/05 (cs); Купа на УЕФА 2004/05 (bg); 2004–05 UEFA Cup (en); Copa de la UEFA 2004-2005 (ca); UEFA taurė 2004–2005 m. (lt); UEFA-Pokal 2004/05 (de); Copa da UEFA de 2004-05 (pt); Coupe UEFA 2004-2005 (fr); Copa UEFA 2004-05 (gl); 2004–05年歐洲足協盃 (zh); Куп УЕФА 2004/05. The title has been won by 28 clubs, 13 of which have won it more than once. , The pot allocations were based on the UEFA national team coefficient which measured performance of teams in the 2002 FIFA World Cup qualifying and UEFA Euro 2004 qualifying.  Portugal were defeated by Greece with a goal from Angelos Charisteas. The draw for the qualifying round was held on 25 January 2002 at the Europarque Congress Centre, in Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal. The most successful club in the competition is Sevilla, with six titles. The losing finalists receive €4,500,000 and the champions receive €8,500,000.. 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Roberto Ayala (Valencia), Assistant referees:  The Netherlands claimed a quarter-final berth as runners-up. , The announcement of the UEFA Europa Conference League, a tertiary competition which would serve to split off the lower-ranked teams in the Europa League to give them a greater chance to compete, included a document from UEFA listing their intentions for qualification to the Europa League from 2021 onwards. , Each team was provided a base camp for residence and daily training between tournament matches. Head-to-head goals for: Sweden 3, Denmark 2, Italy 1. More teams automatically qualify for the group stage. the Former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1945 to its breakup in 1992). Usually, the other teams will be the next highest ranked clubs in each domestic league after those qualifying for the UEFA Champions League, but France and England will continue to use one spot for their league cup winners. , France, the holders, scored twice in stoppage time to go from 1–0 down to beat England 2–1. An own goal from Jorge Andrade gave the Netherlands a glimmer of hope. Participants from associations ranked 18 and lower entered the first qualifying round with those from associations ranked 9–18 joining them in the second qualifying round. Tipo de club A - Nivél 1. In the dying minutes, Owen hit the Portuguese crossbar and Sol Campbell headed in the rebound, but the goal was ruled out by referee Urs Meier for a foul on the Portuguese goalkeeper Ricardo. Global Euro sponsors can come from any country and have together exclusive worldwide sponsorship rights for a UEFA European Football Championship.  Eight sponsors were announced by UEFA in December 2002.  Greece then drew with Spain before losing to Russia in their last group stage game. (C3) Copa de la UEFA 1978/1979. It is not to be confused with, 8 clubs join after Champions League group stage: the top two teams in each group advance to the round of 32, where they are joined by the eight third-place teams in the, Last edited on 26 September 2020, at 08:08, guidelines on the use of different tenses, Learn how and when to remove this template message, UEFA Cup and Europa League records and statistics, UEFA Europa League clubs performance comparison, List of UEFA Cup and Europa League top scorers, List of UEFA Cup and Europa League finals. The 12 winners and the 12 runners-up in the group stage advanced to the knock out round, together with eight third-placed teams from the Champions League group stage.  The last quarter-final match saw the Czechs dispatch Denmark, as a two-goal effort from Milan Baroš helped seal a 3–0 win. , The competition's first anthem was composed by Yohann Zveig and recorded by the Paris Opera in early 2009. Bulgaria, Croatia, Russia and Switzerland also took part in their second tournament finals since their debut in 1996. Either side of Sevilla's success, two Russian teams, CSKA Moscow in 2005 and Zenit Saint Petersburg in 2008, had their glory and yet another former Soviet club, Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk, won in 2009, the first Ukrainian side to do so. Valencia dominated possession, which led to frustration, and Steve Marlet getting booked in the tenth minute. La compétition a vu le sacre du Valence CF qui l'a emporté sur l'Olympique de Marseille en finale.  Every national association was awarded 20% of the venue capacity for each of their team's matches. Guarda la partita completa di FK Partizan vs. AO Egaleo della UEFA Cup di 2004-2005 giocato a Stadion JNA (Beograd) su Footballia The year 1995 saw a third all-Italian final, with Parma proving their consistency, after two consecutive Cup Winners' Cup finals. country 99/00 00/01 01/02 02/03 03/04 ranking teams; 1 : Spain: 18.571: 16.611: 14.857: 15.500 Apart from the teams mentioned, all teams eliminated in the Champions League preliminary round, qualifying rounds and play-off round are transferred to the Europa League. 6 domestic cup winners from associations 50–55, 6 domestic league runners-up from associations 49–54, 4 domestic league third-placed teams from associations 48–51, 25 domestic cup winners from associations 25–49, 30 domestic league runners-up from associations 18–48 (except Liechtenstein), 31 domestic league third-placed teams from associations 16–47 (except Liechtenstein), 17 losers from Champions League first qualifying round, 3 losers from Champions League preliminary round, 7 domestic cup winners from associations 18–24, 3 domestic league third-placed teams from associations 13–15, 9 domestic league fourth-placed teams from associations 7–15, 2 domestic league fifth-placed teams from associations 5–6 (League Cup winners for France), 4 domestic league sixth-placed teams from associations 1–4 (League Cup winners for England), 10 winners from second qualifying round for champions, 10 losers from Champions League second qualifying round for champions, 6 domestic league third-placed teams from associations 7–12, 1 domestic league fourth-placed team from association 6, 37 winners from second qualifying round for non-champions, 3 losers from Champions League second qualifying round for non-champions, 10 winners from third qualifying round for champions, 6 losers from Champions League third qualifying round for champions, 26 winners from third qualifying round for non-champions, 1 domestic league fourth-placed team from association 5, 4 domestic league fifth-placed teams from associations 1–4, 6 losers from Champions League play-off round, 4 losers from Champions League third qualifying round for non-champions, 3 domestic cup winners from associations 13–15, 6 domestic cup winners from associations 7–12, 5 winners from third qualifying round for champions, 3 winners from third qualifying round for non-champions, 6 domestic cup winners from associations 1–6, 4 losers from Champions League play-off round for champions, 6 losers from Champions League third qualifying round and play-off round for non-champions, 8 winners from preliminary knockout round, This page was last edited on 26 September 2020, at 08:08. Unlike the Champions League group phase, the UEFA Cup group phase was played in a single round-robin format, with each club playing two home and two away games. The first leg between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur was won 2–1 by the away side. Before 1980, the entrance criteria of the last Fairs Cup was used. * - Qualification obtenue grâce aux buts inscrits à l'extérieur For the video game based on this event, see. A few countries have secondary cup competitions, but the only ones whose winners are currently granted a UEFA Europa League place are England's and France's. Since the inception of Europa League brand, the tournament has used its own hoardings (in that year it debuted in the round of 32) like UEFA Champions League. The Dutch progressed after winning the penalty shoot-out 5–4, their first ever victory on penalties in a major tournament. Qualification matches took place from September 2002 to November 2003. Narciso Pisacreta (Italy) Marco Ivaldi (Italy)  As of 2016–17, only Sevilla has earned the honour to wear the multiple-winner badge, having achieved both prerequired feats in 2016. UEFA coefficients were introduced in 1980 and, until 1999, they gave a greater number of berths in UEFA Cup to the more successful nations. Reaching the knock-out stage triggers additional bonuses: €500,000 for the round of 32, €1,100,000 for the round of 16, €1,500,000 for the quarter-finals and €2,400,000 for the semi-finals.  It represents a football in the centre of a heart, surrounded by seven green dots. Porto triumphed in the 2003 and 2011 tournaments, with the latter victory against fellow Portuguese side Braga. 한국어: UEFA컵 2004-05. La Coupe UEFA 2003-2004 est la compétition de la Coupe UEFA qui, en 2003-2004, a mis aux prises des clubs de football du continent européen, dont les vainqueurs des Coupes nationales. La Coupe UEFA 2004-2005 est la compétition de la Coupe UEFA qui, en 2004-2005, a mis aux prises des clubs de football du continent européen, dont les vainqueurs des Coupes nationales. The top three ranked associations may qualify for the fourth berth if both the Champions League and Europa League champions are from that association and do not qualify for European competition through their domestic performance. However, they would have to see off the upstart Greeks to do so. Parma won the cup in 1999, which ended the Italian-domination era. Les matchs allers furent joués le 22 avril 2004, les matchs retours le 6 mai. Toutes les équipes, à l'exception du Portugal (pays organisateur), ont dû disputer des qualifications pour … , Between 1 August and 24 November 2003, available tickets were placed again on sale in a first-come, first-served basis. As winners, Greece earned the right to represent Europe at the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup. En remportant le tournoi le CSKA est … , This article is about the sporting event.  Roteiro was the first official tournament football to employ the new thermal-bonding technique in its production, which resulted in a seamless surface and a more homogenous design. Les matchs allers furent joués le 8 avril 2004, les matchs retours le 14 avril. Upon their third consecutive win or fifth win overall, a club could retain the trophy permanently. , The new ball received mixed reactions from players and technical staffs. Liverpool won the competition for the second time in 1976 after defeating Club Brugge in the final. Typically the teams qualifying via the league are those in the highest places not eligible for the UEFA Champions League; however, the Belgian league awards one place via a playoff between First A and First B teams. Fourth official: The Ukrainian team beat Werder Bremen of Germany 2–1 at Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium, Istanbul.  Below is a complete list of the allocations:. ** - Qualification obtenue après prolongation Marseille had another chance when Habib Beye got on the end of Drogba's free kick, but he headed wide. In 2014, the distribution was changed to broaden the appeal of the competition, namely through giving the Europa League champions a Champions League qualification berth, which has been used since.  Created by Warner Bros., Kinas was officially unveiled on 29 March 2003 at the Casa de Serralves, in Porto, Portugal. Furtado was selected to sing the official song of the tournament, because of her familial connection to the host country (her parents are both Portuguese from the Azores).  Public sales for an initial batch of 450,000 tickets (38%) were launched on 28 April 2003, in a ceremony in Lisbon which gathered former European football stars Eusébio and Ruud Gullit. The UEFA Cup, also known as the Coupe UEFA, is the trophy awarded annually by UEFA to the football club that wins the UEFA Europa League. Juventus won the competition for a third time in 1993 and Internazionale kept the cup in Italy the following year. Clubs qualify for the competition based on their performance in their national leagues and cup competitions. Le premier tour se déroule entre les 32 équipes ayant passé les tours de qualification, les 32 autres qualifiées d'office et les 16 équipes éliminées du troisième tour de la Ligue des Champions 2004-2005. , Group A opened with a shock as Greece, ranked outsiders from start, defeated the hosts 2–1. The seven dots represent significant Portuguese elements and achievements, such as the number of castles in the national coat of arms or the conquest of the seven seas during the Age of Discoveries.  Portuguese Football Federation president Gilberto Madaíl praised the ball, stating: "Adidas has delivered a stunning, modern and state-of the-art Portuguese football. The UEFA Europa League (abbreviated as UEL) is an annual football club competition organised by UEFA since 1971 for eligible European football clubs. * - aux buts à l'extérieur The sides exchanged goals in extra-time, sending the match to a penalty shoot-out. He possessed the knowledge and talent of generations of highly gifted football players, and embodied the energy and passion of football.  Greece's triumph was unexpected, considering that they had only qualified for two other major tournaments, the UEFA Euro 1980 and the 1994 FIFA World Cup, where they failed to win a single match. The UEFA Europa League place is then granted to another club or vacated if the maximum limit of teams qualifying for European competitions is exceeded. With the abolition of the Intertoto Cup, all participants of the Europa League are qualified through domestic routes. C'est la première coupe de l'UEFA remportée par le club espagnol de Valence et c'est la deuxième fois que l'OM atteint la finale de … The winner of the UEFA Europa League qualifies for the UEFA Super Cup and, since the 2014–15 season, the following season's UEFA Champions League, entering at the group stage.  However, under the new regulations, the trophy remains in UEFA's keeping at all times. It is the second-tier competition of European club football, ranking below the UEFA Champions League. After this, the match descended into a stoic affair and Valencia ran out winners to win their first major European trophy in 24 years, and victory after two successive UEFA Champions League final defeats, in 2000 and 2001. On 4 December 2003, UEFA revealed the twelve referees and four fourth officials. For the first time in an international football tournament, the silver goal system was applied, whereby the team that led the game at the half-time break during the extra time period would be declared the winner. The Czechs had several chances, including a shot from Tomáš Rosický that struck the bar. In that case, the fourth-placed team in that association will join the Europa League instead of the Champions League, in addition to their other qualifying teams. The winner of the last UEFA Cup final (prior to the competition being rebranded as the UEFA Europa League) was Shakhtar Donetsk on 20 May 2009. Formerly, the reigning champions qualified to defend their title, but since 2015 they qualify for the Champions League. ** - aux tirs au but. Les 25 vainqueurs du tour précédent, les vice-champions des 9 fédérations classées entre le 16e et le 24e rang du classement UEFA, les troisièmes des 12 fédérations classées entre le 9e et le 20e rang ainsi que les vainqueurs ou finalistes des Coupes nationales des 16 fédérations classées entre le 13e et le 28e rang jouent en matchs aller-retour. 2004 UEFA Cup Final. ** - aux tirs au but. Before the competition was renamed the UEFA Europa League in the 2009–10 season, the UEFA regulations stated that a club could keep the original trophy for a year before returning it to UEFA. The first-placed teams from each group qualified automatically to the final tournament, whereas the ten runners-up took part in a two-legged play-off to select the remaining five teams that would join the host nation in the final tournament..