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When did Porto win UCL?

When did Porto win UCL?

They have won two UEFA Champions League titles (in 1987, as the European Cup, and 2004), two UEFA Europa League titles (in 2003, as the UEFA Cup, and 2011), one UEFA Super Cup (in 1987), and two Intercontinental Cups (in 1987 and 2004), for a total of seven international trophies.

Who was coach when Porto won Champions League?

José Mourinho
José Mourinho eventually became a head coach at Benfica and União de Leiria. But It was at FC Porto where he caught global attention, winning the UEFA Champions League in 2004 by defeating Monaco 3-0 in the final.

Did José Mourinho won the Champions League with Porto?

After brief but successful stints in charge at Benfica and Uniao de Leiria, he won the UEFA Champions League with Porto in 2004, only a year after lifting the UEFA Europa League trophy in his first full season as manager.

Who won the 2005 UCL?

Liverpool F.C.2004–05 UEFA Champions League / Champion

When was the 2004 Champions League final played?

The 2004 UEFA Champions League Final was an association football match played on 26 May 2004 to decide the winner of the 2003–04 UEFA Champions League. AS Monaco, a Monaco -based club representing the French Football Federation, faced Portuguese side Porto at the Arena AufSchalke in Gelsenkirchen, Germany.

Did you know that FC Porto won the 2003-04 Champions League?

This article will take you through down the memory lane as Sportco relives the historic Champions League success that FC Porto enjoyed in the 2003-04 season under the managerial leadership of Jose Mourinho.

How do Porto and Monaco compare in the Champions League?

Both teams started their UEFA Champions League campaigns in the group stage and defeated former European champions on their way to the final. Porto beat 1968 and 1999 winners Manchester United while Monaco defeated nine-time champions Real Madrid.

Who was man of the match in the Champions League final?

Deco was named Man of the Match. Porto’s previous triumph in the competition had been in 1987 – although they had won the UEFA Cup in the previous season – while Monaco were playing in their first ever UEFA Champions League final.