French football clubs in international competitions

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French football clubs have entered European association football competitions since 1955–56 season, when Reims took part in the inaugural European Cup. Marseille became the first French club to win the European Cup in 1993 and Paris SG won the Cup Winners' Cup in 1996.


Year Competition French team Opposing team Score Venue
1956 European Cup Stade Reims Spain Real Madrid 3–4 France Parc des Princes, Paris
1959 European Cup Stade Reims Spain Real Madrid 0–2 West Germany Neckarstadion, Stuttgart
1976 European Cup Saint-Étienne West Germany Bayern Munich 0–1 Scotland Hampden Park, Glasgow
1978 UEFA Cup Bastia Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 0–3 on aggregate Two-legged
1991 European Cup Marseille Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Red Star Belgrade 0–0 (3–5 on penalties) Italy Stadio San Nicola, Bari
1992 Cup Winners' Cup AS Monaco Germany Werder Bremen 0–2 Portugal Estádio da Luz, Lisbon
1993 Champions League Marseille Italy Milan 1–0 Germany Olympic Stadium, Munich
1996 UEFA Cup Bordeaux Germany Bayern Munich 1–5 on aggregate Two-legged
1996 Cup Winners' Cup Paris Saint-Germain Austria Rapid Wien 1–0 Belgium King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels
1996 Super Cup Paris Saint-Germain Italy Juventus 2–9 on aggregate Two-legged
1997 Cup Winners' Cup Paris Saint-Germain Spain Barcelona 0–1 Netherlands De Kuip, Rotterdam
1999 UEFA Cup Marseille Italy Parma 0–3 Russia Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
2004 UEFA Cup Marseille Spain Valencia 0–2 Sweden Ullevi, Göteborg
2004 Champions League AS Monaco Portugal Porto 0–3 Germany Arena AufSchalke, Gelsenkirchen
2018 Europa League Marseille Spain Atletico Madrid 0–3 France Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Décines-Charpieu


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