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FC Twente in European football

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FC Twente in European football includes the games which are played by FC Twente in UEFA organizations.

Totals

Tournament Participation Games Won Draw Lost Goals Scored Goals Against
UEFA Champions League 4 14 2 7 5 15 23
UEFA Europa League 5 42 19 12 10 67 50
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 2 10 6 1 3 17 9
UEFA Cup 14 63 24 12 27 100 90
UEFA Intertoto Cup 6 30 12 8 10 52 52
Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 2 10 5 2 3 18 12
Total 33 169 68 42 58 269 236

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Results

(1969–1970)

1969-70 season

9 September 1969 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
1st round 1st leg
FC RouenFrance 2 – 0 NetherlandsFC Twente Rouen
Tomáš Pospíchal 29' (p.)
Dominique Rustichelli 48'
Report - Stadium: Stade Robert Diochon
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Fred Delcourt
30 September 1969 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
1st round 2nd leg
FC TwenteNetherlands 1 – 0 FranceFC Rouen Enschede
Epi Drost 41' Report - Stadium: Stadion Het Diekman
Attendance: 9,687
Referee: Alfred Ott

1970-71 season

27 May 1970 UEFA Intertoto Cup
Group A3 1st match
FC TwenteNetherlands 4 – 1 SwedenDjurgårdens
Report
30 May 1970 UEFA Intertoto Cup
Group A3 2nd match
Hannover 96Germany 2 – 2 NetherlandsFC Twente
Report
3 June 1970 UEFA Intertoto Cup
Group A3 3rd match
Union TepliceCzech Republic 6 – 2 NetherlandsFC Twente
Report
6 June 1970 UEFA Intertoto Cup
Group A3 4th match
FC TwenteNetherlands 2 – 0 Czech RepublicUnion Teplice
Report -
13 June 1970 UEFA Intertoto Cup
Group A3 5th match
DjurgårdensSweden 2 – 2 NetherlandsFC Twente
Report
20 June 1970 UEFA Intertoto Cup
Group A3 6th match
FC TwenteNetherlands 1 – 1 GermanyHannover 96
Report -

2 September 1970 1970–71 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
1st leg 1st round
AEK Athens F.C.Greece 0 – 1 NetherlandsFC Twente Athens
- Report René van de Kerkhof 12' Stadium: Olympic Stadium (Athens)
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Socialist Federal Republic of YugoslaviaJosip Strmecki
16 September 1970 1970–71 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
1st leg 2nd round
FC TwenteNetherlands 3 – 0 GreeceAEK Athens F.C. Enschede
Theo Pahlplatz 12', 50'
René van de Kerkhof 41'
Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Ken Burns
9 December 1970 1970–71 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
3rd leg 1st round
GNK Dinamo ZagrebSocialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2 – 2 NetherlandsFC Twente Zagreb
Josip Gucmirtl 17', 36' Report Theo Pahlplatz 37'
Rene van de Kerkhof 89'
Stadium: Stadion Maksimir
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: AustriaJoseph Bucek
16 December 1970 1970–71 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
3rd leg 2nd round
FC TwenteNetherlands 1 – 0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia GNK Dinamo Zagreb Enschede
Jan Jeuring 21' Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 24,500
Referee: Danny Lyden
27 January 1971 1970–71 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
Quarter final 1st round
Juventus F.C. Italy 2 – 0 Netherlands Twente Turin
Haller 7'
Adriano Novellini 87'
Report - Stadium: Stadio Comunale
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Spain José María Ortiz de Mendíbil
17 February 1971 1970–71 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
Quarter final 2nd round
FC TwenteNetherlands 2 – 2 (a.e.t.) Italy Juventus F.C. Enschede
Theo Pahlplatz 10'
Epi Drost 51'
Report Pietro Anastasi 96', 97' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 24,500
Referee: Austria Erich Linemayr

(1971–1980)

1972-73 season

13 September 1972 UEFA Cup
1st round 1st match
FC Dinamo Tbilisi Soviet Union 3 – 2 Netherlands FC Twente Tbilisi
Givi Nodia 23', 53'
David Kipiani 51'
Report Jan Jeuring 6', 82' Stadium: Boris Paichadze Stadium
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Greece Efstathios Papavasiliou
27 September 1972 UEFA Cup
1st round 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 2 – 0 Soviet Union FC Dinamo Tbilisi Enschede
René Notten 7'
Jan Jeuring 24'
Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 15,500
Referee: Luxembourg Jacques Colling
25 October 1972 UEFA Cup
2nd round 1st match
Boldklubben Frem Denmark 0 – 5 Netherlands FC Twente Copenhagen
- Report Jan Jeuring 1', 7', 56', 60'
Eddy Achterberg 85'
Stadium: Valby Idrætspark
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Norway Henry Øberg
8 November 1972 UEFA Cup
2nd round 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 4 – 0 Denmark Boldklubben Frem Enschede
Kick van der Vall 1'
Jan Jeuring 25', 45'
René van de Kerkhof 64'
Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Sweden Ove Dahlberg
29 November 1972 UEFA Cup
3rd round 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 3 – 0 Spain UD Las Palmas Enschede
Paco Castellano 17' (o.g.)
Willy van de Kerkhof 28'
Theo Pahlplatz 80'
Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Poland Marian Środecki
13 December 1972 UEFA Cup
3rd round 2nd match
UD Las Palmas Spain 2 – 1 Netherlands FC Twente Las Palmas
Manuel Alonso Mederos 43'
Germán Dévora 69' (pen.)
Report Benno Huve 89' Stadium: Estadio Gran Canaria
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: England Jack Taylor
7 March 1973 UEFA Cup
Quarter final 1st match
OFK Beograd Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 3 – 2 Netherlands FC Twente Belgrade
Nino Zec 30', 44', 74' Report Kick van der Vall 17'
Jan Jeuring 60'
Stadium: Omladinski stadion
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: Scotland Alistair McKenzie
21 March 1973 UEFA Cup
Quarter final 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 2 – 0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia OFK Beograd Enschede
Jan Jeuring 22', 45' Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Portugal Fernando Leite
11 April 1973 UEFA Cup
Semi final 1st match
Borussia Mönchengladbach Germany 3 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Mönchengladbach
Jupp Heynckes 32', 60' (pen.)
Henning Jensen 51'
Report - Stadium: Bökelbergstadion
Attendance: 34,500
Referee: Bulgaria Petar Hristov
25 April 1973 UEFA Cup
Semi final 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 2 Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach Enschede
René Notten 81' Report Epi Drost 13' (o.g.)
Bernd Rupp 27'
Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 23,000
Referee: Republic of Ireland John Carpenter

1973-74 season

19 September 1973 UEFA Cup
1st round 1st match
Dundee F.C. Scotland 1 – 3 Netherlands FC Twente Dundee
George Stewart 59' Report Eddy Achterberg 32'
Jan Jeuring 59', 79'
Stadium: Dens Park
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Norway Svein-Inge Thime
24 October 1973 UEFA Cup
2nd round 1st match
Panachaiki F.C. Greece 1 – 1 Netherlands FC Twente Patras
Kostas Davourlis 16' (pen.) Report Frans Thijssen 24' Stadium: Stadium of Panachaiki
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Romania Nicolae Petriceanu
15 November 1973 UEFA Cup
2nd round 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 7 – 0 Greece Panachaiki F.C. Enschede
Theo Pahlplatz 52', 60', 61', 68'
Johan Zuidema 64'
Kick van der Vall 70' (pen.)
Kees van Ierssel 72'
Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 11,500
Referee: Germany Heinz Einbeck
28 November 1973 UEFA Cup
3rd round 1st match
Ipswich Town F.C. England 1 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Ipswich
Trevor Whymark 81' Report - Stadium: Portman Road
Attendance: 18,944
Referee: Czech Republic Michal Jursa
12 December 1973 UEFA Cup
3rd round 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 2 England Ipswich Town F.C. Enschede
Jan Streuer 82' Report Peter Morris 57'
Bryan Hamilton 70'
Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 17,862
Referee: Switzerland Rudolf Scheurer

1974-75 season

18 September 1974 UEFA Cup
1st round 1st match
Ipswich Town F.C. England 2 – 2 Netherlands FC Twente Ipswich
Bryan Hamilton 34'
Brian Talbot 38'
Report Johan Zuidema 23'
Theo Pahlplatz 83'
Stadium: Portman Road
Attendance: 28,155
Referee: Germany Hans-Joachim Weyland
2 October 1974 UEFA Cup
1st round 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 1 England Ipswich Town F.C. Enschede
Jaap Bos 7' Report Bryan Hamilton 14' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 16,358
Referee: Austria Paul Schiller

3–3 on aggregate, Twente won on away goals rule.


23 October 1974 UEFA Cup
2nd round 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 2 – 1 Belgium R.W.D. Molenbeek Enschede
Frans Thijssen 20'
Kick van der Vall 89'
Report Eddy Koens 27' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 14,519
Referee: Czech Republic Michal Jursa
6 November 1974 UEFA Cup
2nd round 2nd match
R.W.D. Molenbeek Belgium 0 – 1 Netherlands FC Twente Brussels
- Report Johan Zuidema 50' Stadium: Edmond Machtens Stadium
Attendance: 19,000
Referee: Scotland Bobby Davidson

Twente won 3–1 on aggregate.


27 November 1974 UEFA Cup
3rd round 1st match
Dukla Prague Czechoslovakia 3 – 1 Netherlands FC Twente Prague
Karel Dvořák 9'
Jiří Krumich 22'
Zdeněk Nehoda 40'
Report René Notten 52' Stadium: Stadion Juliska
Attendance: 1,700
Referee: Germany Walter Eschweiler
11 December 1974 UEFA Cup
3rd round 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 5 – 0 Czechoslovakia Dukla Prague Enschede
Johan Zuidema 33', 71', 81'
René Notten 43', 73'
Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 9,887
Referee: Hungary Gyula Emsberger

Twente won 6–3 on aggregate.


5 March 1975 UEFA Cup
Quarter final 1st match
FK Velež Mostar Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 1 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Mostar
Marijan Kvesić 66' Report - Stadium: Stadion pod Bijelim Brijegom
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Austria Franz Wöhrer
19 March 1975 UEFA Cup
Quarter final 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 2 – 0 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia FK Velež Mostar Enschede
Johan Zuidema 41'
Niels Overweg 89'
Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Spain Antonio Camacho Jimenez

Twente won 2–1 on aggregate.


9 April 1975 UEFA Cup
Semi final 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 3 – 1 Italy Juventus F.C. Enschede
Jan Jeuring 20'
Johan Zuidema 59', 83'
Report José Altafini 64' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: France René Vigliani
23 April 1975 UEFA Cup
Semi final 2nd match
Juventus F.C. Italy 0 – 1 Netherlands FC Twente Turin
- Report Johan Zuidema 10' Stadium: Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
Attendance: 45,328
Referee: Germany Rudi Glöckner

Twente won 4–1 on aggregate.


7 May 1975 UEFA Cup
Final 1st match
Borussia Mönchengladbach West Germany 0 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Düsseldorf
- Report - Stadium: Rheinstadion
Attendance: 42,368
Referee: Hungary Károly Palotai
21 May 1975 UEFA Cup
Final 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 5 West Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach Enschede
Epi Drost 76' Report Allan Simonsen 3', 87' (pen.)
Jupp Heynckes 9', 50', 60'
Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 21,767
Referee: Austria Paul Schiller

Borussia Mönchengladbach won 5–1 on aggregate.

1977-78 season

11 July 1977 Intertoto Cup
Group 2 match 1
Maccabi Tel Aviv F.C. Israel 1 – 3 Netherlands FC Twente Tel Aviv
Benny Tabak 32' Report Ab Gritter 13', 84', 90' Stadium: Bloomfield Stadium
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Israel Naftali Eitan
13 July 1977 Intertoto Cup
Group 2 match 2
FC Twente Netherlands 3 – 4 Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv F.C. Zandvoort
Ab Gritter 13', 89'
Kick van der Vall 55'
Report Vicky Peretz 38', 55'
Benny Tabak 46', 68'
Stadium: Sportpark Duintjesveld
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Netherlands Henk van Dijken
20 July 1977 Intertoto Cup
Group 2 match 4
FC Twente Netherlands 0 – 2 West Germany MSV Duisburg Enschede
- Report Rudolf Seliger 69'
Herbert Büssers 81'
Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 6,044
Referee: Netherlands Jan Keizer
30 July 1977 Intertoto Cup
Group 2 match 6
FC Twente Netherlands 3 – 2 Belgium Standard Liège Enschede
Jaap Bos 4', 48', 51' Report Alfred Riedl 7', 57' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 4,108
Referee: Netherlands Henk van Ettekoven

14 September 1977 European Cup Winners' Cup
1st round 1st match
Rangers F.C. Scotland 0 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Glasgow
- Report - Stadium: Ibrox Park
Attendance: 33,000
Referee: East Germany Wolfgang Riedel
29 September 1977 European Cup Winners' Cup
1st round 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 3 – 0 Scotland Rangers F.C. Enschede
Ab Gritter 35'
Arnold Mühren 40'
Kick van der Vall 65'
Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 17,500
Referee: Austria Erich Linemayr

FC Twente won 3–0 on aggregate.


19 October 1977 European Cup Winners' Cup
2nd round 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 2 – 0 Norway SK Brann Enschede
Ab Gritter 43', 57' Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Luxembourg Antoine Queudeville
2 November 1977 European Cup Winners' Cup
2nd round 2nd match
SK Brann Norway 1 – 2 Netherlands FC Twente Bergen
Bjørn Tronstad 18' Report Ab Gritter 55'
Hallvar Thoresen 86'
Stadium: Brann Stadion
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Iceland Eysteinn Guðmundsson

FC Twente won 4–1 on aggregate.


1 March 1978 European Cup Winners' Cup
Quarter final 1st match
Vejle Boldklub Denmark 0 – 3 Netherlands FC Twente Vejle
- Report Arnold Mühren 25'
Ab Gritter 78'
Frans Thijssen 85'
Stadium: Vejle Stadium
Attendance: 4,300
Referee: Czechoslovakia Vojtech Christov

FC Twente won 7–0 on aggregate.


29 March 1978 European Cup Winners' Cup
Semi final 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 0 – 1 Belgium R.S.C. Anderlecht Enschede
- Report Benny Nielsen 54' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 22,000
Referee: East Germany Adolf Prokop
12 April 1978 European Cup Winners' Cup
Semi final 2nd match
R.S.C. Anderlecht Belgium 2 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Brussels
Arie Haan 30'
Rob Rensenbrink 52'
Report - Stadium: Lotto Park Stadium
Attendance: 32,000
Referee: Cliv Thomas

Anderlecht won 3–0 on aggregate.

1978-79 season

13 September 1978 UEFA Cup
1st round 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 1 England Manchester City F.C. Enschede
Hallvar Thoresen 50' Report David Watson 24' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Spain Ángel Franco Martínez

Manchester City won 4–3 on aggregate.

1979-80 season

19 September 1979 European Cup Winners' Cup
1st round 1st match
Panionios F.C. Greece 4 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Athens
Thomas Liolios 26', 49'
Giannis Pathiakakis 69' (pen.)
Nikos Anastopoulos 86'
Report - Stadium: Nea Smyrni Stadium
Attendance: 6,800
Referee: Italy Alberto Michelotti

Panionios won 5–3 on aggregate.

(1981–1990)

1980-81 season

17 September 1980 UEFA Cup
1st round 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 5 – 1 Sweden IFK Göteborg Enschede
Jaap Bos 21'
Jerry Carlsson 40' (o.g.)
Aad Kila 54', 89'
Martin Jol 74'
Report Torbjörn Nilsson 58' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Italy Paolo Bergamo
1 October 1980 UEFA Cup
1st round 1st match
IFK Göteborg Sweden 2 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Athens
Tommy Holmgren 1'
Torbjörn Nilsson 68' (pen.)
Report - Stadium: Ullevi
Attendance: 3,779
Referee: Soviet Union Valeri Butenko

Twente won 5–3 on aggregate.


22 Ocber 1980 UEFA Cup
2nd round 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 1 East Germany Dynamo Dresden Enschede
Ferdi Rohde 41' Report Gert Heidler 49' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Spain Augusto Lamo Castillo
5 November 1980 UEFA Cup
2nd round 2nd match
Dynamo Dresden East Germany 0 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Dresden
- Report - Stadium: Rudolf-Harbig Stadion
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Sweden Rolf Ericsson

1–1 on aggregate; Dynamo Dresden won on away goals

1983-84 season

7 July 1983 Intertoto Cup
Group 1 match 1
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 1 Switzerland FC Zürich Enschede
Rudolf Elsener 77' Report Billy Ashcroft 87' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Netherlands Jan Manuel
13 July 1983 Intertoto Cup
Group 1 match 3
FC Twente Netherlands 2 – 0 Belgium Standard Liège Enschede
Martin Koopman 9' (pen.)
René Roord 73'
Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 8,000
16 July 1983 Intertoto Cup
Group 1 match 4
FC Zürich Switzerland 3 – 4 Netherlands FC Twente Zurich
Jurica Jerković 3'
Gianpietro Zappa 28'
Gerhard Bold 31'
Report Michael Birkedal 30'
Fred Rutten 58'
René Roord 77'
Rini Plasmans 83'
Stadium: Letzigrund
Attendance: 1,800
Referee: Rudolf Renglli
30 July 1983 Intertoto Cup
Group 1 match 6
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 0 West Germany Fortuna Düsseldorf Winterswijk
Martin Koopman 9' (pen.)
René Roord 73'
Report - Stadium: Sportpark De Morgenzon

1985-86 season

6 July 1985 Intertoto Cup
Group 2 match 1
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 1 Belgium Standard Liège Enschede
Willy Carbo 86' Report Hans-Peter Lipka 41' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Netherlands Jan Manuel
9 July 1985 Intertoto Cup
Group 2 match 2
FC Twente Netherlands 0 – 0 West Germany Fortuna Düsseldorf Enschede
- Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Netherlands Jan Hobé
21 July 1985 Intertoto Cup
Group 2 match 4
Standard Liège Belgium 1 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Liège
Hans-Peter Lipka 27' Report - Stadium: Stade Vélodrome de Rocourt
Attendance: 2,500
3 August 1985 Intertoto Cup
Group 2 match 6
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 0 East Germany FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt Enschede
Bert-Jan Janssen 47' Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Netherlands Egbert Mulder

1989-90 season

12 September 1989 UEFA Cup
Round 1 match 1
FC Twente Netherlands 0 – 0 Belgium Club Brugge KV Enschede
- Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 12,857
Referee: Denmark Peter Mikkelsen

Club Bruggen won 4–1 on aggregate.

(1991–2000)

1990-91 season

19 September 1990 UEFA Cup
Round 1 match 1
Bayer 04 Leverkusen West Germany 1 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Leverkusen
Ulf Kirsten 40' Report - Stadium: Ulrich-Haberland-Stadion
Attendance: 10,100
Referee: Wales Keith Cooper
3 October 1990 UEFA Cup
Round 1 match 2
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 1
(Extra time)
West Germany Bayer 04 Leverkusen Enschede
André Paus 85' Report Ulf Kirsten 96' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Hungary Sándor Varga

Bayer Leverkusen won 2–1 on aggregate.

1993-94 season

29 September 1993 UEFA Cup
1st round 2nd match
FC Bayern Munich Germany 3 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Munich
Lothar Matthäus 19'
André Karnebeek 45' (o.g.)
Christian Ziege 62'
Report - Stadium: Olympiastadion
Attendance: 24,000

Bayern Munich won 7–3 on aggregate.

1994-95 season

13 September 1994 UEFA Cup
1st round 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 4 Hungary Budapest Honvéd FC Enschede
18:00 (local) Michael Mols 38' Report Kálmán Kovács 19', 51', 74'
István Hamar 87'
Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Referee: Scotland Kenny Clarke

Kispesti Honvéd won 5–4 on aggregate.

1997-98 season

16 September 1997 UEFA Cup
1st round 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 0 – 1 Norway Lillestrøm SK Enschede
19:30 (local) - Report Mamadou Diallo 25' (pen.) Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 10,000
30 September 1997 UEFA Cup
1st round 2nd match
Lillestrøm SK Norway 1 – 2 Netherlands FC Twente Oslo
18:00 (local) Mamadou Diallo 89' (pen.) Report Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink 56'
Jan van Halst 90' (pen.)
Stadium: Ullevaal Stadium
Attendance: 3,437

2–2 on aggregate; Twente won on away goals.


21 October 1997 UEFA Cup
2nd round 1st match
Aarhus Gymnastikforening Denmark 1 – 1 Netherlands FC Twente Aarhus
18:30 (local) Johnny Mølby 41' (pen.) Report Antti Sumiala 16' Stadium: Aarhus Stadium
Attendance: 7,353
4 November 1997 UEFA Cup
2nd round 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 0 – 0 Denmark Aarhus Gymnastikforening Enschede
18:00 (local) - Report - Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 12,500

1–1 on aggregate; Twente won on away goals.


25 November 1997 UEFA Cup
3rd round 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 0 – 1 France AJ Auxerre Enschede
18:45 (local) - Report Bernard Diomède 70' Stadium: Diekman Stadion
Attendance: 10,000
9 December 1997 UEFA Cup
3rd round 2nd match
AJ Auxerre France 2 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Auxerre
20:00 (local) Bernard Diomède 3'
Stéphane Guivarc'h 82' (pen.)
Report - Stadium: Stade de l'Abbé-Deschamps
Attendance: 20,000

Auxerre won 3–0 on aggregate.


1998-99 season

FC Twente won 2–0 on aggregate.


18 July 1998 Intertoto Cup
3rd round 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 2 – 2 Austria FC Red Bull Salzburg Enschede
Theo ten Caat 27'
John Bosman 66'
Report Heiko Laessig 12', 68' Stadium: Arke Stadion
Attendance: 3,250
Referee: Ukraine Vasyl Melnychuk

Austria Salzburg won 5–3 on aggregate.


(2001–2010)

2001-02 season

20 September 2001 UEFA Cup
1st round 1st match
Polonia Warsaw Poland 1 – 2 Netherlands FC Twente Warsaw
Jacek Bąk 76' Report Roland Kollmann 59'
Arjan van der Laan 85'
Stadium: Polonia Warsaw Stadium
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: England Uriah Rennie
27 september 2001 UEFA Cup
1st round 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 2 – 0 Poland Polonia Warsaw Enschede
Roland Kollmann 70'
Scott Booth 71'
Report - Stadium: Arke Stadion
Attendance: 11,500
Referee: Cyprus Costas Kapitanis

FC Twente won 4–1 on aggregate.


18 October 2001 UEFA Cup
2nd round 1st match
Grasshopper Club Zürich Switzerland 4 – 1 Netherlands FC Twente Zurich
19:15 (local) Richard Núñez 29', 34', 90'
Mladen Petrić 57'
Report Sjaak Polak 69' Stadium: Hardturm
Referee: Greece Georgios Kasnaferis

Grasshoppers won 6–4 on aggregate.

2006-07 season

15 July 2006 Intertoto Cup
3rd round 1st match
Kalmar FF Sweden 1 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Kalmar
Mikael Blomberg 51' (pen.) Report - Stadium: Fredriksskans
Attendance: 2,684
Referee: England Martin Atkinson
22 July 2006 Intertoto Cup
3rd round 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 3 – 1 Sweden Kalmar FF Enschede
Sharbel Touma 49', 73', 79' Report Lasse Johansson 67' Stadium: Arke Stadion
Attendance: 11,500
Referee: Spain Alfonso Pérez Burrull

Twente won 3–2 on aggregate.


10 August 2006 UEFA Cup
2nd qualifying round 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 1 Estonia FCI Levadia Tallinn Enschede
Jeroen Heubach 53' Report Nikita Andreyev 24' Stadium: Arke Stadion
Attendance: 8,100
Referee: Germany Thorsten Kinhöfer
24 August 2006 UEFA Cup
2nd qualifying round 2nd match
FCI Levadia Tallinn Estonia 1 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Tallin
Konstantin Nahk 36' Report - Stadium: Kadriorg Stadium
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Romania Marian Mircea Salomir

FCI Levadia Tallinn won 2–1 on aggregate.

2007-08 season

20 September 2007 UEFA Cup
1st round 1st match
Getafe CF Spain 1 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Getafe
Ikechukwu Uche 90' Report - Stadium: Coliseum Alfonso Pérez
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Scotland Charlie Richmond
4 October 2007 UEFA Cup
1st round 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 3 – 2 (a.e.t.) Spain Getafe CF Enschede
Rob Wielaert 30'
Orlando Engelaar 117'
Ramon Zomer 120'
Report David Belenguer 101'
Esteban Granero 103'
Stadium: Arke Stadion
Attendance: 13,200
Referee: Croatia Ivan Bebek

3–3 on aggregate; Getafe CF won on away goals.

2008-09 season

13 August 2008 Champions League
3rd qualifying round 1st match
FC Twente Netherlands 0 – 2 England Arsenal F.C. Arnhem
- Report William Gallas 63'
Emmanuel Adebayor 82'
Stadium: GelreDome
Attendance: 26,000
Referee: Spain Alberto Undiano Mallenco
27 August 2008 Champions League
3rd qualifying round 2nd match
Arsenal F.C. England 4 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente London
Samir Nasri 27'
William Gallas 52'
Theo Walcott 66'
Nicklas Bendtner 89'
Report - Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Attendance: 59,583
Referee: Norway Terje Hauge

Arsenal F.C. won 6–0 on aggregate.


18 September 2008 UEFA Cup
1st round 1st match
Stade Rennais F.C. France 2 – 1 Netherlands FC Twente Rennes
20:50 (local) Stéphane Mbia 36'
Carlos Bocanegra 49'
Report Romano Denneboom 12' Stadium: Stade de la Route de Lorient
Attendance: 12,893
Referee: Scotland Willie Collum
2 October 2008 UEFA Cup
1st round 2nd match
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 0 France Stade Rennais F.C. Enschede
Blaise Nkufo 68' Report - Stadium: De Grolsch Veste
Attendance: 20,350
Referee: Bulgaria Anton Guenov

Rennes 2–2 Twente on aggregate. Twente won on away goals.


23 October 2008 UEFA Cup
Group A match 1
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 0 Spain Racing de Santander Enschede
20:00 (local) Romano Denneboom 7' Report - Stadium: De Grolsch Veste
Attendance: 21,000
Referee: Republic of Ireland Alan Kelly
3 December 2008 UEFA Cup
Group A match 3
FC Twente Netherlands 2 – 1 Germany FC Schalke 04 Enschede
20:45 (local) Rob Wielaert 3'
Kenneth Perez 55'
Report Gerald Asamoah 77' Stadium: De Grolsch Veste
Attendance: 24,000
Referee: Turkey Cüneyt Çakır
18 December 2008 UEFA Cup
Group A match 4
Paris Saint-Germain F.C. France 4 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Paris
20:45 (local) Péguy Luyindula 8', 86'
Stéphane Sessègnon 23'
Mateja Kežman 84'
Report - Stadium: Parc des Princes
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Scotland Iain Brines

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19 February 2009 UEFA Cup
Round of 32 match 1
Olympique de Marseille France 0 – 1 Netherlands FC Twente Marseille
20:45 (local) - Report Marko Arnautović 22' Stadium: Stade Vélodrome
Attendance: 22,616
Referee: Russia Stanislav Sukhina

Marseille 1–1 Twente on aggregate. Marseille won 7–6 on penalties.

2009-10 season

29 July 2009 Champions League
3rd qualifying round match 1
Sporting CP Portugal 0 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Lisbon
21:45 (local) - Report - Stadium: Estádio José Alvalade
Attendance: 37,313
Referee: Germany Felix Brych
4 August 2009 Champions League
3rd qualifying round match 2
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 1 Portugal Sporting CP Enschede
20:45 (local) Douglas Franco Teixeira 2' Report Peter Wisgerhof 90+5' (o.g.) Stadium: De Grolsch Veste
Attendance: 23,700
Referee: France Stéphane Lannoy

1–1 on aggregate; Sporting CP won on away goals.


20 August 2009 UEFA Europa League
Play-off round match 1
FC Twente Netherlands 3 – 1 Azerbaijan Qarabağ FK Enschede
20:00 (local) Bryan Ruiz 38', 66'
Douglas Franco Teixeira 81'
Report Vüqar Nadirov 8' Stadium: De Grolsch Veste
Referee: England Andre Marriner
27 August 2009 UEFA Europa League
Play-off round match 2
Qarabağ FK Azerbaijan 0 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Baku
17:00 (local) - Report - Stadium: Tofiq Bahramov Republican Stadium
Referee: Romania Alexandru Deaconu

Twente won 3–1 on aggregate.


17 September 2009 UEFA Europa League
Group H match 1
Fenerbahçe Turkey 1 – 2 Netherlands FC Twente Istanbul
21:05 (local) Mehmet Topuz 71' Report Blaise Nkufo 75', 80' Stadium: Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium
Attendance: 27,172
Referee: Switzerland Claudio Circhetta
1 October 2009 UEFA Europa League
Group H match 2
FC Twente Netherlands 0 – 0 Romania FC Steaua București Enschede
19:00 (local) - Report - Stadium: De Grolsch Veste
Attendance: 19,200
Referee: Italy Gianluca Rocchi
22 October 2009 UEFA Europa League
Group H match 3
FC Sheriff Tiraspol Moldova 2 – 0 Netherlands FC Twente Tiraspol
19:00 (local) Wilfried Balima 41'
Jymmy França 90+4'
Report - Stadium: Sheriff Stadium
Attendance: 6,350
Referee: Finland Tony Asumaa
5 November 2009 UEFA Europa League
Group H match 4
FC Twente Netherlands 2 – 1 Moldova FC Sheriff Tiraspol Enschede
21:05 (local) Miroslav Stoch 7', 89' Report Cheick Tioté 67' (o.g.) Stadium: De Grolsch Veste
Attendance: 20,200
Referee: Belarus Aleksei Kulbakov
2 December 2009 UEFA Europa League
Group H match 5
FC Twente Netherlands 0 – 1 Turkey Fenerbahçe Enschede
19:00 (local) - Report Diego Lugano 71' Stadium: De Grolsch Veste
Attendance: 23,700
Referee: Spain César Muñiz Fernández
17 December 2009 UEFA Europa League
Group H match 6
FC Steaua București Romania 1 – 1 Netherlands FC Twente Bucharest
21:05 (local) Pantelis Kapetanos 18' Report Ron Stam 35' Stadium: Stadionul Steaua
Attendance: 2,400
Referee: Portugal Jorge Sousa

18 February 2010 UEFA Europa League
Round of 32 match 1
FC Twente Netherlands 1 – 0 Germany SV Werder Bremen Enschede
19:00 (local) Theo Janssen 38' Report - Stadium: De Grolsch Veste
Attendance: 24,000
Referee: Portugal Lucílio Batista
25 February 2010 UEFA Europa League
Round of 32 match 2
SV Werder Bremen Germany 4 – 1 Netherlands FC Twente Bremen
21:05 (local) Claudio Pizarro 15', 20', 58'
Naldo 27'
Report Luuk de Jong 33' Stadium: Weserstadion
Attendance: 20,963
Referee: Iceland Kristinn Jakobsson

Werder Bremen won 4–2 on aggregate.

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