La Mitropa Cup è la più antica competizione calcistica europea per squadre di club, fondata e disputatasi per la prima volta nel 1927 e per l’ultima volta nel 1992. Final (not played) AGC Bologna Ita won by default About this document. It was conducted among the successor states of the former Austria-Hungary. In the final of the 1934 World Cup between Italy and Czechoslovakia, 20 of the 22 players on the pitch participated in the Mitropa Cup on at least one occasion. È stata la prima ed unica squadra italiana ad aver conquistato nella stessa stagione, un double continentale di rango minore. Coupe Mitropa) fu la più antica competizione calcistica europea per squadre di club, definitivamente cancellata nel 1992. Mitropa Cup tai Mitropa-Cup on vuosina 1927 ... Vuonna 1932 Bologna voitti mestaruuden ilman finaalia, koska toisessa välierässä oli häiriköintiä ja sen välieräparin molemmat joukkueet pudotettiin kilpailusta. The idea of a European cup competition was shaped after World War I which brought the defeat and collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. During 1963–64 season Bologna F.C. Inizialmente vi parteciparono squadre di Ungheria, Austria, Cecoslovacchia e Jugoslavia; dal 1929 entrarono in lizza anche le squadre italiane e poi quelle svizzere. This year there was a slightly modified format of the tournament. Mitropa Cup, ted. Prepared and maintained by Karel Stokkermans for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. It was Bologna's second victory in the competition, having won it previously in 1932. The Mitropa Cup in 1962 was the 22nd edition of the international cups and forerunner of today's European Cups. Středoevropský pohár, někdy také nazývaný Mitropa Cup, byl významnou fotbalovou soutěží v meziválečném období a období krátce po 2. světové válce Úvod. Mitropapokal, fr. Mitropa Cup 1962, finale, ritorno Bologna, 17 ottobre 1962: BOLOGNA-VASAS 2-1 Reti: Bulgarelli (B), Haller (B), Pal (V).t: 1440: Serie A, quinta giornata Bologna, 14 ottobre 1962: BOLOGNA-MODENA 7-1 Reti: Pascutti 3 (B), Nielsen 3 (B), Goldoni (M), Bulgarelli (B). During 1963–64 season Bologna F.C. Da sinistra: il presidente e il capitano del Bologna FC, rispettivamente Renato Dall'Ara e Mirko Pavinato, con il trofeo della Coppa Mitropa 1961 vinta dai rossoblù superando in finale i cecoslovacchi dello Slovan Nitra (3-0). The two legs of the final were played on 5 September and 9 September. Cosa c’entrasse l’Italia con l’Europa centrale non l’ho mai capito, ma va … The countries involved could either send their respective league winners and runners-up, or league winners and cup winners to take part. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. Please try again later. Il Bologna con la Coppa Mitropa 1961. 1429 Mitropapokal, fr. Vera anima dell’organizzazione della Mitropa Cup è Hugo Meisl, allenatore della forte nazionale austriaca e segretario della Österreichischer Fußball-Bund. Eniten Mitropa Cupin voittoja saalisti unkarilainen Vasas Budapest, joka voitti kilpailun peräti kuudesti. E’ scomparso questa mattina all’età di 82 anni Edmondo Lorenzini: vestì la maglia del Bologna dal 1960 al 1964 e fu nella rosa della squadra che vinse la Mitropa Cup nel 1961 e lo Scudetto nel 1964.Terzino, tra campionato, Coppa Italia e Mitropa ha totalizzato 49 gare in rossoblù e messo a segno una rete. Breve storia della Mitropa Cup: dal 1927 al 1940 era detta Coppa dell’Europa Centrale e, di fatto, è una mini-mini-Champions che raccoglie squadre vincitrici di campionati e coppe nazionali, col Bologna che la vince per due volte. In this cup competition all clubs of the Austro-Hungarian Empire that normally would not meet could take part, though actually almost only clubs from the Empire's three major cities Vienna, Budapest and Prague participated. "ARFTS - Mitropa Cup 1927-1940 Statistics", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mitropa_Cup&oldid=980819751, Recurring sporting events established in 1927, Defunct international club association football competitions in Europe, Articles with German-language sources (de), Articles with unsourced statements from August 2018, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 28 September 2020, at 17:14. [citation needed]. 1430: Mitropa Cup, girone eliminatorio C, quinta giornata Budapest (Ung. [citation needed], A tournament was started in 1940, but abandoned before the final match due to World War II. nel 1932 il Bologna vince la finale a tavolino (assenza dell'altra finalista) in 7 edizioni non si svolge una finale, ma un girone finale l'edizione del 1940 è stata abbandonata a causa della guerra Mitropa Cup. Mitropa Cup, ted. of teams various Country(ies) Central European teams Ceased 1992 (Reindirizzamento da Mitropa Cup) La Coppa dell’Europa Centrale o Coppa Mitropa (ingl. Zentropa Cup 1951. ^ Bologna-Admira Vienna 5-1 [collegamento interrotto], in 1000cuorirossoblu.it. The 1934 season of the Mitropa Cup football club tournament was won by AGC Bologna who defeated Admira Wien 7–4 on aggregate in the final. The Challenge Cup was invented by John Gramlick Sr., a co-founder of the Vienna Cricket and Football-Club. Austria started in 1924, followed by Hungary in 1925 and Czechoslovakia in 1926. The five competing countries each sent six teams each to the competition and their aggregate results counted toward their country's tally. Coppa Mitropa Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Bologna Football Club 1963-64 season ChairmanRenato Dall'Ara. The formula of the Mitropa Cup was the subject of debates and proposals, such as the introduction of preliminary rounds before knockout rounds, so a mixture of Cup and League system, or, after 1930, adoption of scheme similar to the Nations Cup hosted in Zurich, i.e. The level of the competing nations is clearly shown by Italy's two World Cup titles (1934 & 1938), Czechoslovakia's (1934) and Hungary's (1938) World Cup final, and Austria's (1934) and Yugoslavia's (1930) semi-finals. Coupe Mitropa) fu la più antica competizione calcistica europea per squadre di club, definitivamente cancellata nel 1992. Note: The 1960 edition is not included in the list because it was won by a nation rather than club. Two of the players in Italy’s squad won the competition with Bologna in 1934, and three of the Czechoslovakian side were champions with Sparta Prague the following year. Initially two teams each from Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia entered, competing in a knock-out competition. Mitropa cup, ili srednjoevropski kup, je bilo prvo veće međunarodno klupsko takmičenje u nogometu na evropskom kontinentu.Takmičenje je igrano u periodu od 1927. do 1992. godine, sa pauzom između 1949.-1951. godine.. Na inicijativu austrijanca Huga Meisla, 16. i 17. jula 1927. godine u Veneciji u Italiji je donesena odluka o osnivanju ovog takmičenja. In the final of the 1934 World Cup between Italy and Czechoslovakia, 20 of the 22 players on the pitch participated in the Mitropa Cup on at least one occasion. After World War II in 1951 a replacement tournament named Zentropa Cup was held, but just for one season, the Mitropa Cup name was revived, and again in 1958 the name of the tournament changed to Danube Cup but only for one season. (Reindirizzamento da Mitropa Cup) La Coppa dell’Europa Centrale o Coppa Mitropa (ingl. The first matches were played on 14 August 1927. I paesi danubiani, Austria, Ungheria, Cecoslovacchia e Regno di Jugoslavia, aderiscono sin da subito e la prima edizione si … The competition was between the top professional teams of Central Europe. 1421: Serie A, trentunesima giornata Roma, 25 marzo 1962: ROMA-BOLOGNA 1-2 The decision to organise an international club competition was taken on July 16 and 17, 1927 in Venice, Italy, and the first matches were played on August 14 of the same year. (The Challenge Cup , played between 1897 and 1911 and open to teams from the Habsburg Empire, can be seen as a fore-runner.) Mitropa Cup, girone eliminatorio C, sesta giornata Bologna, 17 giugno 1962: BOLOGNA-HONVED BUDAPEST 5-1 Reti: Balogh (HB), Pascutti (B), Nielsen 3 (B), Demarco (B)./ur. After World War IIin 1951 a replacement tournament named Zentropa Cup was held, but just for one season, the Mitropa Cup name was revived, and again in 1958 the name of the tournament changed to Danube Cup but only for one season. 2 The final be­tween Rapid Bu­curești and Fer­encváros was sched­uled to take place in July 1940. This feature is not available right now. The first major international cup for club teams, an idea of the Austrian Hugo Meisl. Den første udgave i 1951 blev spillet under navnet "Zentropa Cup". La Fiorentina con la Coppa Mitropa 1966 , trentun giorni prima, il club fiorentino aveva vinto la Coppa Italia 1965-1966 . ^ (EN) Davide Rota, Mitropa Cup 1961, www.rsssf.com. Mitropa Cup 1961, finale, ritorno Bologna, 4 aprile 1962: BOLOGNA-NITRA 3-0 Reti: Demarco, Pascutti, Nielsen. In 1939, prior to the start of WW II, the cup involved only eight teams (two each from Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Italy and one each from Romania and Yugoslavia). ^ (EN) Davide Rota, Mitropa Cup 1966, www.rsssf.com. Sport Football Founded 1927 No. Italiano: Bologna, stadio Comunale, 4 aprile 1962. A first "International" competition for football clubs was founded in 1897 in Vienna. Additionally, a "Mitropa Super Cup" was contested in 1989 between the winners of 1988 and 1989.[1]. : You are free: to share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work; to remix – to adapt the work; Under the following conditions: attribution – You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. It was conducted among the successor states of the former Austria-Hungary. The 1934 season of the Mitropa Cup football club tournament was won by AGC Bologna who defeated Admira Wien 7–4 on aggregate in the final. Luigi Goldoni ManagerFulvio Bernardini Serie A1º (in European Cup Coppa ItaliaQuarterfinals Mitropa CupSemifinals … The decision to organise an international club competition was taken on July 16 and 17, 1927 in Venice, Italy, and the first matches were played on August 14 of the same year. The centre of this idea were the Central European countries that, at this time, were still leading in continental football. URL consultato il 03-03-2009. competed in Serie A, Coppa Italia and Mitropa Cup. Holders FK Austria Wien were eliminated in the first round, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=1934_Mitropa_Cup&oldid=974459088, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 23 August 2020, at 05:17. Coppa Mitropa Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Il Bologna vincitore della Mitropa Cup 1932 Il torneo 1933 fu appannaggio dell’Austria Vienna che superò in finale l’Ambrosiana (2-1 per i nerazzurri a Milano, sconfitti poi a Vienna per 3-1). The Challenge Cup was carried out until the year 1911 and is today seen as the predecessor to the Mitropa Cup and consequently the European Cup and Champions League. The tournament was discontinued after 1992. Other countries were invited to participate - Switzerland in 1936, and Romania, Switzerland and Yugoslavia in 1937. Eniten Mitropa Cupin voittoja saalisti unkarilainen Vasas Budapest, joka voitti kilpailun peräti kuudesti. The two legs of the final were played on 5 September and 9 September. The Mitropa Cup, officially called the La Coupe de l'Europe Centrale or Central European Cup, was one of the first international major European football cups for club sides. La Coppa Mitropa, ufficialmente chiamata La Coupe de l'Europe Centrale o Coppa Europa centrale, è stata una delle prime grandi coppe internazionali di calcio europee per squadre di club. 1422: Serie A, trentaduesima giornata Bologna, 1 aprile 1962: BOLOGNA-INTER 0-2 Reti: Bicicli, Suarez rig. The first major international cup for club teams, an idea of the Austrian Hugo Meisl. ), 10 giugno 1962: HONVED BUDAPEST-BOLOGNA 1-2 Reti: Nielsen 2 (B), Tackas (HB). Mitropa Cup tai Mitropa-Cup on vuosina 1927 ... Vuonna 1932 Bologna voitti mestaruuden ilman finaalia, koska toisessa välierässä oli häiriköintiä ja sen välieräparin molemmat joukkueet pudotettiin kilpailusta. In 1929 Italian teams replaced the Yugoslavian ones. Austria was withdrawn from the competition following the Anschluss in 1938. Notes: 1 The final was scratched and Bologna were awarded the cup after Slavia Prague and Ju­ven­tus were both ejected from the com­pe­ti­tion. In the early 1920s they introduced professional leagues, the first continental countries to do so. Mitropa Cup; Dados gerais Edições 51 Outros nomes Zentropa Cup Donau Cup Local de disputa ... AGC Bologna: Não houve [nota 1] não houve: não houve: First Viena: 7ª 1933 Detalhes: Austria Viena: 1 - 2 3 - 1: Ambrosiana-Inter: Sparta Praga: Juventus: 8ª 1934 Detalhes: AGC Bologna: 2 - 3 5 - 1: The competition was expanded to four teams from each of the competing countries in 1934. Hungarian Ferencváros and Romanian Rapid (which had won on lots after three draws) qualified for the final, but did not meet because the northern part of Transylvania (lost shortly after World War I) was ceded to Hungary from Romania. The most successful club is Vasas with six titles. competed in Serie A, Coppa Italia and Mitropa Cup. [1][2][3] Moreover, the creation of a European Cup for national teams - that unlike the Challenge Cup and the Mitropa Cup would not be annual - was also part of the agreement. Mitropa Cup var en europæisk fodboldturnering der blev afviklet imellem 1927 og 1940, og igen fra 1955 til 1992. The Mitropa Cup committee held both teams equally responsible and disqualified both clubs. a Cup system Tournament but played in one unique venue. Eniten Mitropa Cupin voittoja saalisti unkarilainen Vasas Budapest, joka voitti kilpailun peräti kuudesti. Again, only eight teams competed, three each from Hungary and Yugoslavia and two from Romania. The tournament was disconti… Author: Karel Stokkermans Last updated: 10 … Out of the eleven different teams competing in the first three World Cups, five were part of the Mitropa Cup. Efter 2.Verdenskrig var der særlige italienske og østrigske bestræbelser på at genoplive Mitropa Cup. Gli austriaci in semifinale avevano eliminato la Juventus. Den er en af de første internationale turneringer for klubhold, og i perioden før 2. verdenskrig blev den betragtet som det vigtigste trofæ i kontinentalt klubfodbold. The winners were AGC Bologna; after they defeated the holders, First Vienna in the semi-finals, they were awarded the cup as the final was scratched after Juventus and Slavia Prague, who contested the other semi-final, were both ejected from the competition following stone throwing and a pitch invasion in Prague, in what has been described as the worst violence ever in the competition's history. 3 Tou… 1439: Serie A, quarta giornata Torino, 7 ottobre 1962: JUVENTUS-BOLOGNA 3-1 The last winner of the cup was Wiener Sport-Club, one of the oldest and most traditional football clubs of Austria where the cup still remains. In order to strengthen the dominance of these countries in European football and to financially support the professional clubs, the introduction of the Mitropa Cup was decided at a meeting in Venice on 17 July, following the initiative of the head of the Austrian Football Association (ÖFB), Hugo Meisl. The Mitropa Cup, officially called the La Coupe de l'Europe Centrale or Central European Cup, was one of the first international major European football cups for club sides. (The Challenge Cup, played between 1897 and 1911 and open to teams from the Habsburg Empire, can be seen as a fore-runner.). Turneringen blev for alvor først genoplivet fire år senere. URL consultato il 2-3-2009. Sixteen clubs this time, from Italy, Hungary, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia were to play a league into four groups of four participants and the four winners were in a semi-final and a final to determine the winner. Two of the players in Italy’s squad won the competition with Bologna in 1934, and three of the Czechoslovakian side were champions with Sparta Prague the following year. This was the eighth edition of the tournament. 1439: Serie A, quarta giornata Torino, 7 ottobre 1962: JUVENTUS-BOLOGNA 3-1 It was contested as a competition between countries and there was no elimination. Turneringen ses som en forgænger for Europa Cup og senere UEFA Champions League. Mitropa Cup tai Mitropa-Cup on vuosina 1927 ... Vuonna 1932 Bologna voitti mestaruuden ilman finaalia, koska toisessa välierässä oli häiriköintiä ja sen välieräparin molemmat joukkueet pudotettiin kilpailusta. The first winners were the Czech side, AC Sparta Prague. (*)Bologna vandt turneringen efter sejr i semifinalen mod First Vienna, da holdene i den anden semifinale blev diskvalificeret. [citation needed]. I paesi danubiani, Austria, Ungheria, Cecoslovacchia e Regno di Jugoslavia, aderiscono sin da subito e la prima edizione si … How­ever due to the events of World War II it was can­celled. La Coppa Mitropa, ufficialmente chiamata La Coupe de l'Europe Centrale o Coppa Europa centrale, è stata una delle prime grandi coppe internazionali di calcio europee per squadre di club. La Mitropa Cup ("Mitropa" è una contrazione del tedesco "Mitteleuropa") è stato il più antico trofeo calcistico per squadre di club europee. Mitropa Cup 1962, finale, ritorno Bologna, 17 ottobre 1962: BOLOGNA-VASAS 2-1 Reti: Bulgarelli (B), Haller (B), Pal (V).t: 1440: Serie A, quinta giornata Bologna, 14 ottobre 1962: BOLOGNA-MODENA 7-1 Reti: Pascutti 3 (B), Nielsen 3 (B), Goldoni (M), Bulgarelli (B). It was Bologna's second victory in the competition, having won it previously in 1932. Vera anima dell’organizzazione della Mitropa Cup è Hugo Meisl, allenatore della forte nazionale austriaca e segretario della Österreichischer Fußball-Bund.

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