List of UEFA Intertoto Cup Winners - Winners

Winners

Key
Winner/match won after extra time
* Winner won by a penalty shootout after extra time
UEFA Intertoto Cup winners
Year Country Winner Score Runner-up Country Venue Location
1995 France Bordeaux 2–0 Karlsruhe Germany Wildparkstadion Karlsruhe, Germany
France Bordeaux 2–2 Karlsruhe Germany Parc Lescure Bordeaux, France
Bordeaux won 4–2 on aggregate
1995 France Strasbourg 1–1 Tirol Innsbruck Austria Tivoli Neu Innsbruck, Austria
France Strasbourg 6–1 Tirol Innsbruck Austria Stade de la Meinau Strasbourg, France
Strasbourg won 7–2 on aggregate
1996 Germany Karlsruhe 0–1 Standard Liège Belgium Stade Maurice Dufrasne Liege, Belgium
Germany Karlsruhe 3–1 Standard Liège Belgium Wildparkstadion Karlsruhe, Germany
Karlsruhe won 3–2 on aggregate
1996 France Guingamp 2–1 Rotor Volgograd Russia Central Stadium Volgograd, Russia
France Guingamp 1–0 Rotor Volgograd Russia Stade du Roudourou Guingamp, France
Aggregate 2–2 Guingamp won on away goals
1996 Denmark Silkeborg 2–1 Segesta Croatia Gradski Stadion Sisak, Croatia
Denmark Silkeborg 1–0 Segesta Croatia Silkeborg Stadion Silkeborg, Denmark
Aggregate 2–2 Silkeborg won on away goals
1997 France Auxerre 0–0 Duisburg Germany Wedaustadion Duisburg, Germany
France Auxerre 2–0 Duisburg Germany Stade de l'Abbé-Deschamps Auxerre, France
Auxerre won 2–0 on aggregate
1997 France Bastia 1–0 Halmstads Sweden Örjans Vall Halmstad, Sweden
France Bastia 1–1 Halmstads Sweden Stade Armand Cesari Bastia, France
Bastia won 2–1 on aggregate
1997 France Lyon 1–0 Montpellier France Stade de la Mosson Montpellier, France
France Lyon 3–2 Montpellier France Stade Gerland Lyon, France
Lyon won 4–2 on aggregate
1998 Spain Valencia 2–0 Salzburg Austria Stadion Lehen Salzburg, Austria
Spain Valencia 2–1 Salzburg Austria Estadio Mestalla Valencia, Spain
Valencia won 4–1 on aggregate
1998 Germany Werder Bremen 1–0 Vojvodina Serbia and Montenegro Weserstadion Bremen, Germany
Germany Werder Bremen 1–1 Vojvodina Serbia and Montenegro City Stadium Novi Sad, Serbia, FR Yugoslavia
Werder Bremen won 2–1 on aggregate
1998 Italy Bologna 1–0 Ruch Chorzów Poland Stadio Renato Dall'Ara Bologna, Italy
Italy Bologna 2–0 Ruch Chorzów Poland Stadion Ruchu Chorzów, Poland
Bologna won 3–0 on aggregate
1999 France Montpellier 1–1 Hamburg Germany Stade de la Mosson Montpellier, France
France Montpellier 1–1 Hamburg Germany Volksparkstadion Hamburg, Germany
Aggregate 2–2, Montpellier won 3–0 in a penalty shootout *
1999 Italy Juventus 2–0 Rennes France Stadio delle Alpi Turin, Italy
Italy Juventus 2–2 Rennes France Stade de la Route de Lorient Rennes, France
Juventus won 4–2 on aggregate
1999 England West Ham United 0–1 Metz France Upton Park London, England
England West Ham United 3–1 Metz France Stade Municipal Saint-Symphorien Metz, France
West Ham United won 3–2 on aggregate
2000 Italy Udinese 2–2 Sigma Olomouc Czech Republic Andrův stadion Olomouc, Czech Republic
Italy Udinese 4–2 Sigma Olomouc Czech Republic Stadio Friuli Udine, Italy
Udinese won 6–4 on aggregate
2000 Spain Celta Vigo 2–1 Zenit St Petersburg Russia Estadio Balaídos Vigo, Spain
Spain Celta Vigo 2–2 Zenit St Petersburg Russia Petrovsky Stadium Saint Petersburg, Russia
Celta Vigo won 4–3 on aggregate
2000 Germany Stuttgart 2–0 Auxerre France Stade de l'Abbé-Deschamps Auxerre, France
Germany Stuttgart 1–1 Auxerre France Neckarstadion Stuttgart, Germany
Stuttgart won 3–1 on aggregate
2001 England Aston Villa 1–1 Basel Switzerland St. Jakob-Park Basel, Switzerland
England Aston Villa 4–1 Basel Switzerland Villa Park Birmingham, England
Aston Villa won 5–2 on aggregate
2001 France Pars Saint-Germain 0–0 Brescia Italy Parc des Princes Paris, France
France Paris Saint-Germain 1–1 Brescia Italy Stadio Mario Rigamonti Brescia, Italy
Aggregate 1–1 Paris Saint-Germain won on away goals
2001 France Troyes 0–0 Newcastle United England Stade de l'Aube Troyes, France
France Troyes 4–4 Newcastle United England St James' Park Newcastle, England
Aggregate 4–4 Troyes won on away goals
2002 Spain Málaga 1–0 Villarreal Spain Estadio El Madrigal Villarreal, Spain
Spain Málaga 1–1 Villarreal Spain Estadio La Rosaleda Málaga, Spain
Málaga won 2–1 on aggregate
2002 England Fulham 2–2 Bologna Italy Stadio Renato Dall'Ara Bologna, Italy
England Fulham 3–1 Bologna Italy Loftus Road London, England
Fulham won 5–3 on aggregate
2002 Germany Stuttgart 0–1 Lille France Stade Grimonprez Jooris Lille, France
Germany Stuttgart 2–0 Lille France Neckarstadion Stuttgart, Germany
Stuttgart won 2–1 on aggregate
2003 Germany Schalke 2–0 Pasching Austria Waldstadion Pasching, Austria
Germany Schalke 0–0 Pasching Austria Arena AufSchalke Gelsenkirchen, Germany
Schalke 04 won 2–0 on aggregate
2003 Spain Villarreal 2–1 Heerenveen Netherlands Abe Lenstra Stadion Heerenveen, Netherlands
Spain Villarreal 0–0 Heerenveen Netherlands Estadio El Madrigal Villarreal, Spain
Villarreal won 2–1 on aggregate
2003 Italy Perugia 1–0 Wolfsburg Germany Stadio Renato Curi Perugia, Italy
Italy Perugia 2–0 Wolfsburg Germany Volkswagen Arena Wolfsburg, Geramny
Perugia won 3–0 on aggregate
2004 France Lille 0–0 Leiria Portugal Stadium Lille-Metropole Lille, France
France Lille 0–2 Leiria Portugal Estádio Dr. Magalhães Pessoa Leiria, Portugal
Lille won 2–0 on aggregate
2004 Germany Schalke 2–1 Slovan Liberec Czech Republic Arena AufSchalke Gelsenkirchen, Germany
Germany Schalke 1–0 Slovan Liberec Czech Republic U Nisy Stadium Liberec, Czech Republic
Schalke 04 won 3–1 on aggregate
2004 Spain Villarreal 2–0 Atlético Madrid Spain Estadio El Madrigal Villarreal, Spain
Spain Villarreal 0–2 Atlético Madrid Spain Vicente Calderón Madrid, Spain
Aggregate 2–2 Villarreal won 3–1 in a penalty shootout *
2005 France Lens 1–1 CFR Cluj Romania Stadionul Dr. Constantin Rădulescu Cluj-Napoca, Romania
France Lens 3–1 CFR Cluj Romania Stade Félix-Bollaert Lens, France
Lens won 4–2 on aggregate
2005 France Marseille 0–2 Deportivo La Coruña Spain Riazor A Coruña, Spain
France Marseille 5–1 Deportivo de La Coruña Spain Stade Vélodrome Marseille, France
Marseille won 5–3 on aggregate
2005 Germany Hamburg 1–0 Valencia Spain HSH Nordbank Arena Hamburg, Germany
Germany Hamburg 0–0 Valencia Spain Estadio Mestalla Valencia, Spain
Hamburg won 1–0 on aggregate
2006 England Newcastle United 1–1 Lillestrøm Norway St James' Park Newcastle, England
England Newcastle United 3–0 Lillestrøm Norway Åråsen stadion Lillestrøm, Norway
Newcastle United won 4–1 on aggregate
2007 Germany Hamburg 1–1 Dacia Chişinău Moldova Stadionul Republican Chişinău, Moldova
Germany Hamburg 4–0 Dacia Chişinău Moldova HSH Nordbank Arena Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg won 5–1 on aggregate
2008 Portugal Braga 2–0 Sivasspor Turkey 4 Eylül Sivas, Turkey
Portugal Braga 3–0 Sivasspor Turkey Estádio Municipal de Braga Braga, Portugal
Braga won 5–0 on aggregate

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