Fc Porto

Portugal, founded in 1893

FC Porto is the most successful club in the history of Portuguese football. The Champions League, Europa League, Liga Sagres, Cup of Portugal… the club has won it all, including three continental triumphs in the last decade!

Stade estadio do dragão
Estadio do dragão, porto (2003)
CAPACITY : 50 200
  • x2FIFA Club World Cup
  • x1UEFA Supercup
  • x2UEFA Champions League
  • x2UEFA Europa League
  • x19Portugal Supercup
  • x26Portugal championship
João Moutinho
As fate would have it, just as in their last Champions League campaign, in the 2004-05 season, Paris Saint-Germain are again grouped with the Dragons of FC Porto. Historically, PSG holds the upper hand in the head to head record (1 win, 1 draw).

Coach : Victor Pereira POR

Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
Heltonbre Alex Sandrobre André Castropor Chirstian Atsugha
Kaduago Emidio Augusto Silvapor Danilobre Juan Iturbearg
F. Ribeiro de Freitasbre Abdoulaye Basen Steven Defourbel Kelvinbre
Hugo Venturapor Maiconbre Fernandobre Kleberbre
Eliaquim Mangalafra Lucho Gonzálezarg Jackson Martinezcol
Hugo Miguel Lopespor João Moutinhopor Silvestre Varelapor
Nicolás Otamendiarg Sergio Oliveirapor Thibaut Vionfra
Hector Quiñonescol Tomas Podstawskipor
Rolandopor James Rodriguezcol

Dynamo Kiev

Ukraine, founded in 1927

Shevchenko, Rebrov, Blokhine, Shovkovskiy… the biggest names in Ukrainian football have all played for Dynamo Kiev, the club that is always there or thereabouts in the title hunt since the creation of the domestic league (finishing first or second every season).

Stade estadio do dragão
Olympic stadium of Kiev (2011)
CAPACITY : 70 050
  • x1European Supercup
  • x2UEFA Winners Cup
  • x5Ukrainian Supercup
  • x9Ukrainian Cup
  • x13Ukrainian Championship
  • x13USSR Championship
MIGUEL VELOSO
Andreï Chevtchenko
8 seasons in Dynamo Kiev.
Ahead of the opening Group G clash on 18 September at the Parc des Princes, the side from the French capital boasts a 100 per cent record against their Ukrainian rivals in the Champions League with two wins from two. But more recently, Dynamo eliminated Paris in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup four seasons ago, thanks largely to a 3-0 triumph at the Dynamo Lobanovski Stadium.

Coach : Oleg Blokhine UKR

Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
Stanislav Bogushukr Betaobre Dudubre Brown Ideyenga
Denys Boykoukr Badr El-Kaddourimar Andres Escobarcol Dmytro Korkishkoukr
Maxim Kovalukr Yevhen Khacheridiukr Denys Garmashukr Artem Kravetsukr
Artiom Kychakukr Leandro Almeidabre Oleg Gusevukr Admir Mehmedisui
O. Shovkovskyukr Taras Mikhalikukr Lukman Harunanga Artem Milevskyiukr
Danilo Silvabre V. Kalytvyntsevukr Marco Rubenarg
Taye Taiwonga Niko Kranjcarcro
Atanda Youssoufnga Miguel Velosopor
Milos Ninkovicser
Raffaelbre
Sergiy Rybalkaukr
Ognjen Vukojeviccro
Andrei Yarmolenkoukr

DINAMO Zagreb

Croatia, founded in 1945

Croatian league champions since... 2006, Dinamo Zagreb are determined to make their mark in Europe's premier club competition. They are already the only Croatian club to have triumphed in European cup competition...

Stade estadio do dragão
Stadium Maksimir, ZAGREB (1912)
CAPACITY : 37 168
  • x12Croatia Cup
  • x7Yugoslav Cup
  • x18Prva HNL
DINAMO ZAGREB
17 TIMES

CROATIAN CHAMPION
These two sides have never previously met in official competition. The only meeting between the two came back in July 1987 during the gala pre-season Tournoi de Paris. Dinamo Zagreb ran out 3-1 winners that day, with Jules Bocandé netting the only goal for Les Rouge et Bleu. The Dinamo goalkeeper that day was a certain Miralem…Ibrahimovic! Now the Zagreb club's goalkeeping coach, he is a distant cousin of PSG's very own Zlatan.

Coach : Ante Cacic CRO

Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
Ivan Kelavacro Luis Ibanezarg Arijan Ademicro Fatos Beqirajmne
Filip Loncariccro Josip Pivariccro Mehmed Alispahicbos Duje Copcro
Marko Mikuliccro Ante Puljiccro Adrian Calelloarg Ivan Krstanoviccro
Romeo Mitrovicbos Josip Simuniccro Mathias Chagocam Ivan Pekocro
Ivan Tomecakcro Mateo Kovaciccro Ante Rukavinacro
Tonelpor Jerko Lekocro J. Sammir Camposcro
Domagoj Vidacro Domagoj Paviciccro Dino Speharcro
Sime Vrsaljkocro Nikola Pokrivaccro
Group stage / group A
Fixtures and results
First leg Second leg
Thursday, sept. 18 2012 Thursday, nov. 6 2012
Paris Saint-Germain 4 - 1 Dynamo Kiev Paris Saint-Germain 4 - 0 Dinamo Zagreb
Dinamo Zagreb 0 - 2 FC Porto Dynamo Kiev 0 - 0 FC Porto
Wednesday, oct. 3 2012 Wednesday, nov. 21 2012
Dynamo Kiev 2 - 0 Dinamo Zagreb Dynamo Kiev 0 - 2 Paris Saint-Germain
FC Porto 1 - 0 Paris Saint-Germain FC Porto 3 - 0 Dinamo Zagreb
Wednesday, oct. 24 2012 Thursday, dec. 4 2012
Dinamo Zagreb 0 - 2 Paris Saint-Germain Paris Saint-Germain 2 - 1 FC Porto
FC Porto 3 - 2 Dynamo Kiev Dinamo Zagreb 1 - 1 Dynamo Kiev
Table
Clubs Pts
Paris Saint-Germain Paris Saint-Germain 15
FC Porto FC Porto 13
Dynamo Kiev Dynamo Kiev 5
Dinamo Zagreb Dinamo Zagreb 1
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