1963–64 Intertoto Cup - Group Stage

Group Stage

The teams were divided into twelve groups of four clubs each. The groups were divided geographically as 'A', for Belgium, France, Italy and Switzerland; 'B' for Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden and West Germany; and 'C' for Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Poland and Yugoslavia. The twelve group winners (shown in bold in the tables below) advanced to the knock-out rounds - where clubs from each of the three zones, 'A' 'B' and 'C', were kept apart.

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