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1ª Copa de Europa

On this day, the first European Cup was won

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NEWS | 13/06/2018

Real Madrid won their first trophy in the competition by beating Stade de Reims.
On the 13th June 1956, Real Madrid started their legend in the European Cup, claiming their first title at Parc des Princes in Paris after beating Stade de Reims. It was an epic game with the madridistas having to come back from 2-0 down before Hidalgo later added another. The game ended 4-3 to the Whites. Di StéfanoRial with two and Marquitos were the Whites' scorers in Real Madrid's first European Cup final
Real Madrid, who supported the creation of this competition, debuted in the European Cup against Servette on 8 September 1955 in Geneva. Miguel Muñoz scored the club's first goal in the tournament in a 2-0 away victory. After the Swiss team, Partizan and Milan were the opponents in the following rounds.

The Kings of Europe
62 years after that final, Real Madrid raised the trophy again in 2018 and are the best club in the history of the competition with 13 titles from 16 finals played. Beating Liverpool meant they have now won the trophy for the third time in a row.

4- Real Madrid: Alonso, Atienza II, Marquitos, Lesmes II, Muñoz, Zárraga, Joseíto, Marsal, Di Stéfano, Rial and Gento.
3- Stade de Reims: Jacquet, Zimny, Jonquet, Giraudo, Leblond, Siatka, Hidalgo, Glovacki, Kopa, Bliard and Templin.

0-1 (min. 6): Leblond.
0-2 (min.10): Templin.
1-2 (min. 14): Di Stéfano.
2-2 (min. 30): Rial.
2-3 (min. 62): Hidalgo.
3-3 (min. 67): Marquitos.
4-3 (min. 79): Rial.

Referee: Arthur Ellis (England).
Stadium: Parc des Prínces (Paris).