Liverpool won the 1977 European Cup Final, beating Borussia Monchengladbach 3-1 on 25 May 1977 in Rome. Borussia Monchengladbach were, incidentally, the club beaten by Liverpool in their first UEFA Cup final win in 1973. This win rounded of a good season for Liverpool adding to their second consecutive League title. They however missed out on the 'treble' by losing to Manchester United in the FA Cup final the weekend before the European Cup final.


25 May 1977 Liverpool 3-1 Borussia Monchengladbach Stadio Olimpico, Rome
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Bob Paisley became the first person to manage a club to victory in the European Cup after winning the UEFA Cup in the preceding year. Rafael Benitez later did this with Valencia (UEFA Cup) and Liverpool (UEFA Champions League).

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Liverpool F.C. finals
FA Cup: 19141950196519711974197719861988198919921996200120062012

League Cup: 197819811982198319841987199520012003200520122016

European Cup: 1977197819811984198520052007

UEFA Cup: 1973197620012016

European Cup Winners Cup: 1966

UEFA Super Cup:19771978198420012005

Charity/Community Shield:192219641965196619711974197619771979198019821983198419861988198919901992200120022006

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