Derby Days: European Football

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Can you name the football club that won this derby from the clue given?

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First British club to win the European CupGlasgow
Traditionally supported by the Irish community of the city and their name comes from the Latin for IrelandEdinburgh
Their nickname, the Blades, is after a famous local industrySheffield
Owned by Roman AbramovichLondon
Founded by Jules Rimet,future FIFA president and for whom the first world cup trophy is named, this club has a seemingly socialist nameParis
Have won a Belgian record 5 official UEFA trophiesBrussels
Former club of Johan CruyffAmsterdam
Their supporters are known as the 'Happy Fans' and they fly a skull and crossbones flagHamburg
Only founded in 1992 after a merger of two clubs, one the oldest in continental EuropeCopenhagen
Named after a German fertility goddess, but the name sounds like a frankfurter companyBerlin
Called after the Latin name for the cityCracow
Once owned by the Soviet Ministry for TransportMoscow
Holds the record for margin of victory in a European Cup match, 11-0 against Crusaders of BelfastBucharest
Traditionally the army club of the citySofia
Named after the Genoese area of the city in medieval timesIstanbul
This club play in the Vyrona Stadium, named after Lord ByronAthens
The only eastern European team ever to win the Intercontinental CupBelgrade
This club has won the Austrian championship 32 times and the German championship onceVienna
Founded as a gymnastics and fittness club in the mid-1800'sMunich
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This club has won 27 league titles, a Swiss recordZurich
Despite being relegated in the 1980's, this club has won seven Champions League titlesMilan
Nicknamed The Flying DonkeysVerona
Former club of Claudio Gentile, Giuseppe Giannini and CafuRome
Partially named after a local noble family, one branch of whom owned the Palazzo Doria Pamphili in RomeGenoa
Former club of Michel Platini, Didier Deschamps and John CharlesTurin
Winners of the 1978-79 European Cup Winners CupBarcelona
Name literally means 'East'Valencia
Traditionally more associated with working class fans than their derby rivalsSeville
Bernd Schuster played for two clubs in this city, and then managed two in the metropolitan area. Which club did he play for first? Madrid
Mario Jardel won the golden boot with this club in 2002Lisbon
Former players include Paulo Futre and DecoOporto
Chose its colours in homage to BarcelonaLondon
Founded as Black Arabs FC in 1883Bristol
Nicknamed 'The Blues'Birmingham
Captained for 12 years by Bryan RobsonManchester
Founded as Belmount FC and now play at home in whiteLiverpool
Most successful team in League of Ireland historyDublin
Play their home games at the OvalBelfast

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