Piala UEFA 2006–07
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Babak kualifikasi pertama[sunting]
Second qualifying round[sunting]
These matches were held on 8 and 10 August (first leg) and 24 August (second leg) 2006.
1Due to the armed conflict going on in Israel, UEFA decided that no European matches could be staged in the country until further notice. Hapoel Tel Aviv's home match was moved to Tilburg, Netherlands, Beitar Jerusalem's to Sofia, Bulgaria and Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv's to Senec, Slovakia 2These clubs qualified for this season's UEFA competitions as members of the Football Association of Serbia and Montenegro during the 2005–06 season but are currently members of the Football Association of Serbia which is the official successor of the previous football association. 3Derry City are a team from Northern Ireland who play in the Republic of Ireland's football league. The flag of the Republic of Ireland is used for the purposes of official records as Derry City are a team representing the Football Association of Ireland.
The matches were held on 14 September (first leg) and 28 September 2006 (second leg).
4Due to the armed conflict in Israel, UEFA had ruled that European tournament matches could not be played in Israel until further notice. Maccabi Haifa's home leg on 14 September was moved to Nijmegen, Netherlands. On 15 September, UEFA lifted the ban, allowing future matches to be played in the Tel Aviv area. Hapoel Tel Aviv were able to play their home leg in Tel Aviv on 28 September.
5UEFA ordered Trabzonspor's home leg on 14 September to be played behind closed doors after objects were thrown at visiting fans and the fourth official, and a smoke bomb ignited in the stands, during their second qualifying round home leg against Cypriots APOEL. Trabzonspor appealed, and UEFA rejected the appeal on 13 September. Trabzonspor's penalty includes a second closed-doors game, a penalty which has been deferred for two years and will be removed if no further incidents occur.
Babak 32 besar[sunting]
Babak 16 besar[sunting]
|16 Mei 2007
|Sevilla||Hampden Park, Glasgow
Penonton: 52.000 orang
Wasit: Massimo Busacca (Swiss)
AW 1: Matthias Arnet (Swiss)
AW 2: Stéphane Cuhat (Swiss)
Wasit ke-4: Carlo Bertolini (Swiss)
|Albert Riera 28'
|(Laporan)||Adriano Correia 18'
Frédéric Kanouté 105'
|1– 3|| Frédéric Kanouté