Chakvetadze scores first goal in UEFA Nations League

Giorgi Chakvetadze has created a bit of history; who got the first goals in our other big competitons?

Giorgi Chakvetadze plays club football in Belgium with Gent
Giorgi Chakvetadze plays club football in Belgium with Gent ©Getty Images

Giorgi Chakvetadze has scored the first goal of the UEFA Nations League, scoring with a terrific shot from the edge of the box 69 minutes into Georgia's game against Kazakhstan. Who scored the first goals in UEFA's other men's, women's, club, international and futsal competitions?

NATIONS LEAGUE COVERAGE

Men's senior competitions

European Champion Clubs' Cup
João Baptista Martins (Sporting CP 3-3 Partizan, 4 September 1955)

UEFA European Championship
Anatoli Ilyin (Soviet Union 3-1 Hungary, 28 September 1958)

Ferenc Puskás scored the first Intercontinental Cup goal
Ferenc Puskás scored the first Intercontinental Cup goal©Getty Images

European/South American Cup
Ferenc Puskás (Real Madrid 5-1 Penarol, 4 September 1960)

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
Horst Kohle (Vörwarts Berlin 2-1 Rudá Hvezda, 1 August 1960)

UEFA Cup
Yaşar Mumcu (Fenerbahçe 1-1 Ferencváros, 14 September 1971)

UEFA Super Cup*
Luciano Chiarugi (AC Milan 1-0 Ajax, 9 January 1974)

UEFA Champions League (group stage)
Daniel Amokachi (Club Brugge 1-0 CSKA Moskva, 25 November 1992)

UEFA Intertoto Cup
Ercüment Şahin (Wimbledon 0-4 Bursaspor, 24 June 1995)

UEFA Youth League pioneer Alberto Zapater
UEFA Youth League pioneer Alberto Zapater©Getty Images

UEFA Europa League (group stage)
Alberto Zapater (Genoa 2-0 Slavia Praha, 17 September 2009)

UEFA Youth League
Sinan Bytyqi (Viktoria Plzeň 1-4 Manchester City, 17 September 2013)

Women's senior competitions

UEFA Women's EURO
Helen Johansson (Finland 0-6 Sweden, 18 August 1982)

UEFA Women's Cup
Gabriela Enache (Codru Anenii Noi 9-0 Ilirija, 14 August 2001)

Futsal

UEFA Futsal Championship
Serhiy Usakovskiy (Serbia 5-9 Ukraine 23 October 1995)

UEFA Futsal Cup
Pedro Medina (Pramen Havlíčkův Brod 3-7 Action 21 Charleroi, 8 October 2001)

*The 1972 Super Cup is not considered a UEFA competition

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