Shakhtar Donetsk participates in European competitions since 1976 after playing its first against Berliner FC Dynamo in the UEFA Cup 1976-77. Since 1997, however, the club is continuously participates on annual basis with variable successes, while also takes part in the UEFA Champions League competition since 2000. The first qualification to a group stage took place in the 2000-01 UEFA Champions League when Shakhtar Donetsk played against Arsenal, Lazio, and Sparta Prague.
|European Cup / UEFA Champions League|
|2010–11||Quarter-Finalist||eliminated by Barcelona 1–5 in Barcelona, 0–1 in Donetsk|
|2008–09||Winner||won Werder Bremen 2–1 in Istanbul|
|UEFA Cup Winners' Cup|
|1983–84||Quarter-Finalist||eliminated by Porto 2–3 in Porto, 1–1 in Donetsk|
|UEFA Super Cup|
|2009||Finalist||defeated by Barcelona 0–1 in Monaco|
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