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1995–96 Anglo Italian Cup

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The 1995–96 Anglo-Italian Cup was the last ever Anglo-Italian Cup competition. The European football competition was played between eight clubs from England and eight clubs from Italy. Italian side Genoa lifted the trophy after beating English side Port Vale 5-2.

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Format

For the competition there were eight English teams and eight Italian teams. These teams were split into two groups consisting of four English and four Italian teams each. Each team played against the four teams in their group from the opposing nation. In each group, the best team from each nation progressed to the regional semi-finals. The semi-finals were two-leg matches played between each nation's group winners. The winner of each semi-final then met in a final. The two winning finalists would meet each other to decide the tournament winner.

Regional Semi-finals

English semi-final
Italian semi-final

Regional Finals

English final
Italian final

References

1995–96 Anglo-Italian Cup Wikipedia


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