From 1997–98 until 2008–09, PSV was one of the few clubs which participated in every group stage edition. Although the results were mixed, PSV reached the second round for the first time in the 2004–05. Before that, the club was unable to qualify for the knock-out phase, ended up in third or fourth place.

The banana remained on the field for at least 15 minutes.

This article is about the European matches op PSV. In Europe, PSV won the 1977–78 UEFA Cup and the 1987–88 European Cup. Most recent European success was the semi-final in the 2004–05 UEFA Champions League which PSV lost against Milan on an away goal.

Andres Guardado missed from the spot in the opening defeat to Atletico Madrid -- and this time Davy Propper was denied from 12 yards.

FARE said it believed the banana had been targeted at PSV left back Jetro Willems, who is black.

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FARE director Piara Power said: "We have reviewed the media from the match...

FARE director Piara Powar said the body will send an official notification to UEFA.

1. a b c Lost on away goals. 2. a b c d Won on away goals. 3. a b Lost on extra time. 4. a b Won on extra time. 5. a b Lost on penalties. 6. a b c Won on penalties. 7. Hallescher withdrew from the competition after the first leg. 8. Match was played in Den Bosch. 9. PSV lost on a coin toss.

UEFA says it has not opened a disciplinary case against Russian club FC Rostov after a banana was thrown onto the field during a Champions League game.

Soslan Dzhanaev then produced a fine save to his left to stop Propper's penalty and leave both teams winless after...

The FARE Network, which monitors racist incidents for UEFA, said the banana was thrown about eight minutes into Wednesday's 2-2 draw.

In a match with a flurry of goals, Luuk de Jong's score seconds before half-time secured a 2-2 draw for PSV against Rostov.

The first golden era, also mentioned as the silver era, proved to be the 1970s. In the 1977–78 UEFA Cup, PSV won the trophy, the first European trophy for the club. In their first final, they played against French opponents Bastia.[3] In a return on home soil, after a 0–0 draw in the first leg, PSV scored 3–0. The legendary squad with Jan van Beveren, Willy van der Kuijlen, and the brothers René and Willy van de Kerkhof is still remembered by PSV fans.

Saul Niguez's acrobatic strike just before half-time settled an eventful encounter at the Philips Stadion as Atletico claimed a valuable away win in what is a tough-looking Group D.

Propper had earlier cancelled out a Dmitry Poloz opener, with the Rostov player adding a second before Luuk de Jong made it 2-2 just before half-time.

Anti-discrimination group FARE Network, which provides observers at European games, had notified UEFA of the incident at Wednesday's 2-2 draw between Rostov and PSV Eindhoven.

Atletico Madrid's bid to reach a third Champions League final in four years got off to a winning start with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over PSV Eindhoven.

MOSCOW -- Russian club FC Rostov are likely to face a UEFA disciplinary case for fan racism after a banana was thrown onto the field during a Champions League game against PSV Eindhoven.

PSV Eindhoven is a Dutch football club based in Eindhoven. The club was founded in 1913 as Philips Sport Vereniging. [1]

PSV had the chance to net an immediate equaliser after winning a hugely controversial 45th-minute penalty, but Andres Guardado saw his spot kick superbly saved by Jan...

In 1992, the European Cup was rebranded as the UEFA Champions League. In the inaugural Champions League season of 1992–93, PSV was again the first Dutch club who played in the tournament. They reached the group stage, although this proved to be very unsuccessful with just one point earned from six matches.

In the 1963–64 season PSV participated in the European Cup for the second time, making it to the quarter-finals where they lost to FC Zürich. The biggest success gained PSV in the 1970–71 European Cup Winners' Cup. PSV made it to the semi-finals, but Real Madrid proved to be to strong. Revenge against the Spanish winners would come in 1972 and in 1988, the most successful year for PSV.

PSV were left to rue another penalty miss in the Champions League as they drew 2-2 at Rostov in Group D.