Final (May 26, 1993)

Marseille won match in normal time.

Group stage (November 25, 1992 to April 21, 1993)

Group A

Group A Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1fr Club Crest Marseille6330144+109
2sco Club Crest Rangers624075+28
3be Club Crest Club Brugge621358-35
4ru Club Crest CSKA Moscow6024211-92

Group B

Group B Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1it Club Crest Milan6600111+1012
2se Club Crest Göteborg630378-16
3pt Club Crest Porto62135505
4nl Club Crest PSV Eindhoven6015413-91

Second round (October 21, 1992 to November 4, 1992)

Oct 21
Club Brugge
Austria Wien
Nov 4
Austria Wien
Club Brugge
Club Brugge won on away goals, after aggregate score was tied.
6–2
Oct 21
Sion
Porto
Nov 4
Porto
Sion
Porto won on aggregate score over two legs.
Oct 21
ŠK Slovan Bratislava
Milan
Nov 4
Milan
ŠK Slovan Bratislava
Milan won on aggregate score over two legs.
Oct 21
Rangers
Leeds United
Nov 4
Leeds United
Rangers
Rangers won on aggregate score over two legs.
Oct 21
Göteborg
Lech Poznań
Nov 4
Lech Poznań
Göteborg
Göteborg won on aggregate score over two legs.
Oct 21
AEK Athens
PSV Eindhoven
Nov 4
PSV Eindhoven
AEK Athens
PSV Eindhoven won on aggregate score over two legs.
Oct 21
CSKA Moscow
Barcelona
Nov 4
Barcelona
CSKA Moscow
CSKA Moscow won on aggregate score over two legs.
Oct 21
Dinamo București
Marseille
Nov 4
Marseille
Dinamo București
Marseille won on aggregate score over two legs.

First round (September 16, 1992 to October 9, 1992)

Sep 16
Barcelona
Viking
Sep 30
Viking
Barcelona
Barcelona won on aggregate score over two legs.
3–0
Sep 16
Rangers
Lyngby
Sep 30
Lyngby
Rangers
Rangers won on aggregate score over two legs.
Sep 16
Union Luxembourg
Porto
Sep 30
Porto
Union Luxembourg
Porto won on aggregate score over two legs.
Sep 16
Glentoran FC
Marseille
Sep 30
Marseille
Glentoran FC
Marseille won on aggregate score over two legs.
Sep 16
Milan
NK Olimpija Ljubljana
Sep 30
NK Olimpija Ljubljana
Milan
Milan won on aggregate score over two legs.
Sep 16
PSV Eindhoven
Žalgiris
Sep 30
Žalgiris
PSV Eindhoven
PSV Eindhoven won on aggregate score over two legs.
Sep 16
Stuttgart
Leeds United
Sep 30
Leeds United
Stuttgart
Oct 9
Leeds United
Stuttgart
Leeds United won during the following playoff phase.
Sep 16
Sion
Tavriya Simferopol
Sep 30
Tavriya Simferopol
Sion
Sion won on aggregate score over two legs.
Sep 16
Austria Wien
CSKA Sofia
Sep 30
CSKA Sofia
Austria Wien
Austria Wien won on aggregate score over two legs.
Sep 16
Knattspyrnufélagið Víkingur
CSKA Moscow
Sep 30
CSKA Moscow
Knattspyrnufélagið Víkingur
CSKA Moscow won on aggregate score over two legs.
Sep 16
Lahti
Dinamo București
Sep 30
Dinamo București
Lahti
Dinamo București won on aggregate score over two legs, after extra time.
Sep 16
AEK Athens
APOEL FC
Sep 30
APOEL FC
AEK Athens
AEK Athens won on away goals, after aggregate score was tied.
Sep 16
Göteborg
Beşiktaş
Sep 30
Beşiktaş
Göteborg
Göteborg won on aggregate score over two legs.
Sep 16
Lech Poznań
Skonto FC
Sep 30
Skonto FC
Lech Poznań
Lech Poznań won on aggregate score over two legs.
Sep 16
ŠK Slovan Bratislava
Ferencváros
Sep 30
Ferencváros
ŠK Slovan Bratislava
ŠK Slovan Bratislava won on aggregate score over two legs.
Sep 16
Maccabi Tel Aviv FC
Club Brugge
Sep 30
Club Brugge
Maccabi Tel Aviv FC
Club Brugge won on aggregate score over two legs.

Preliminary round (August 19, 1992 to September 2, 1992)

Aug 19
Shelbourne FC
Tavriya Simferopol
Sep 2
Tavriya Simferopol
Shelbourne FC
Tavriya Simferopol won on aggregate score over two legs.
Aug 19
NK Olimpija Ljubljana
FC Norma Tallinn
Sep 2
FC Norma Tallinn
NK Olimpija Ljubljana
NK Olimpija Ljubljana won on aggregate score over two legs.
Aug 19
Valletta FC
Maccabi Tel Aviv FC
Sep 2
Maccabi Tel Aviv FC
Valletta FC
Maccabi Tel Aviv FC won on aggregate score over two legs.
Aug 19
KÍ Klaksvík
Skonto FC
Sep 2
Skonto FC
KÍ Klaksvík
Skonto FC won on aggregate score over two legs.

Leaders

Nationalities 1992-1993 Champions League

League Notes

Rank Key

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