Lost 5-4 against Liverpool in 2000/01 Uefa Cup Final. Currently in Spanish 3rd tier.
Reached the FA Cup 4th round in 2007-08, they took the lead twice against Liverpool but eventually lost 5-2. Currently in the Conference South.
Numerous seasons in Serie A - Last appearance was 2002, Cristian Vieri and Alvaro Recoba made appearances. Became bankrupt in 2005 and again in 2008. Currently playing in the Italian 3rd tier.
5 consecutive seasons in the Bundesliga between 2004 and 2009. Consecutive relegations in 2011 sent them into the 3rd tier, but since then have been promoted to 2.Bundesliga.
Portuguese Champions 2000-01. Financial difficulties lead to this team being relegated to as low as the 3rd tier in 2008-09. They returned to the top league for the 2014/15 Season.
They won the Bundesliga twice in the 50's and twice in the 90's. they reached the Champions League Quarter-Finals in 1999 but have since faced a decline and been relegated twice.
The last team to seperate Red Star and Partizan at the top of the Serbian league in 1998, the following season they even drew 1-1 at home to Bayern Munich in the Champions League although in the last 12 years they have had a staggering 7 relegations.
They were consecutive Champions in Finland between 1999 and 2000 but were relegated in 2012 and were unable to bounce straight back up as they finished 2nd in the 2nd tier in 2014.
Ligue 1 champions in 1996, they have had players such as Eric Cantona, Djibril Cisse, Bacary Sagna and Philippe Mexes but were relegated to Ligue 2 in 2012. Reached the Coupe de France Final in 2015 but remain in Ligue 2
Known for their excellent fan base, they won the Allsvenskan in 2001 but were relegated to the Swedish 2nd Division in 2009 but did return to the top flight for 2015.
One of Switzerland's most successful clubs with 17 titles, they suffered a shock relegation to the 2nd tier in 2013 and in 2015 failed to obtain a license therefore will play in Switzerland's 3rd tier.
They won the Austrian Bundesliga in 2004 and were runners up in 2003 and 2005 but they were declared bankrupt in 2007 and eventually dissolved in 2012.
La Liga Champions in 2000, they maintained a top 3 finish for the following 4 seasons. They were relegated in 2011 but despite being promoted the year after, they were relegated again. They returned back to La Liga in 2014.
Greek champions for 3 out of 5 seasons in the early 90's, they were relegated in 2013 but strangely, their council decided to become an amateur club by self-relegating them into the 3rd tier. After a number of years in the Football League, they returned to the Greek Superleague in 2015.
13 consecutive seasons in the Ukranian Top Flight as well as a semi-final appearance in the Ukranian Cup, they were declared bankrupt in October 2013. They have now been granted a license and join the Ukranian Football pyramid once again in 2015.
Regular competitors in the UEFA Cup, they last won the Romanian league in 2003 and were Cup victors in 2006 and 2007, although they hit financial trouble in 2012 and were relegated to the 2nd Division but have regained promotion back to Liga I.
One of Norway's most followed clubs, they were declared bankrupt in 2010 causing them to start again in Norway's 6th tier, they began to rise up the leagues but remain in Norway's 3rd Division in 2015.
An integral stepping stone in recent times for some of Serie A's finest products with players such as Gianluigi Buffon, Fabio Cannavaro and Hernan Crespo all coming through their system. They were declared bankrupt in 2015 and now face playing amateur Football in Italy.
One of Croatia's most coveted teams, they reached the Semi-Final of the UEFA Cup in 1984 they have struggled to maintain the standard of their arch-rivals Dinamo Zagreb who have won the Croatian title 10 years in a row.
Luxembourg's first Champions League representatives in 1993, they won their top league twice but their fortune has turned recently as they now compete in the 3rd Luxembourg Division. Glamorous.