Spain has provided the most champions, with 18 wins from two clubs. England have produced 13 winners from five clubs and Italy have produced 12 winners from three clubs. English teams were banned from the competition for five years following the Heysel disaster in 1985.
FA Cup Finals, 1872-today. A complete list of previous finals and winners of The FA Cup.
This is followed by a brief history of the Europa League. The Cup Winners' Cup (1961 - 1999) A table of all the clubs which have won the (now defunct and sadly missed) European Cup Winners' Cup. The list includes a running total of Cups won. There is also a table of wins by country. This is followed by a brief history of the Cup Winners' Cup.
Welcome to our FA Cup history section, which includes the history of the competition, complete results from every game ever played, heroes, classic finals and much, much more. To enter our FA Cup Archive with all the results and fixtures from every season of the world's greatest cup competition, click here.
Far from being rusty, the Reds went all the way to the final of the European Cup Winners' Cup in Rotterdam where the opponents were Barcelona, the former club of United striker Mark Hughes. Two.
Cricket World Cup, international cricket championship held at four-year intervals that is the premier contest in one-day cricket and one of the most-watched sporting events in the world. The event was first held in England in 1975. Learn more about the Cricket World Cup in this article.
Liverpool and a potted history of the Club World Cup Our cartoonist on Liverpool’s busy festive fixture list and the Club World Cup’s history of violence Take a look through David’s archive.
Official UEFA Champions League and European Cup history. Season-by-season guide, extensive all-time stats, plus video highlights of every final to date.
At its meeting in Paris on 23 May 2000, the UEFA Executive Committee approved the proposal to introduce a European Women's club competition, and thus the UEFA Women's Cup came into being.
SINCE the inception of the Rugby World Cup in 1987, a total of 21 players have won the World Cup twice. The two South Africans on the list are Os du Randt (1995 and 2007) and Frans Steyn (2007 and.
The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) is the governing body for association football in Europe. It organises three club competitions: the UEFA Champions League (formerly European Cup), the UEFA Europa League (formerly UEFA Cup) and the UEFA Super Cup.UEFA was also responsible for the Cup Winners' Cup and the Intertoto Cup, until their discontinuation in 1999 and 2008, respectively.
Confederations Cup is played every fourth year, the one that precedes a World Cup. — The tournament is including eight teams, the winners of each of the six FIFA confederation championships together with the reigning World Cup champion and the host nation of the upcoming World Cup. — The tournament has been held since 1992.
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In 2012 they became the only London club to win the Champions League, adding the Europa League a year later to complete the continental set, along with two victories in the now defunct Cup Winners.
This table shows the winners of the eight rugby world cups since 1987, and New Zealand’s fate at those cups. For the five tournaments after 1987 New Zealand failed to win the cup and in fact only reached the final once, despite being the favourite on most occasions. The 2015 win was the.The story of the trophy is an interesting and important piece of football history. It is with great pride that the people of Durham County recall that it was West Auckland Football Club who represented Great Britain in the inaugural “World Cup” competition during the Easter of 1909 and won it.United had won the treble of Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League titles in 1999 and it was as winners of European football's top competition that they were invited to enter the World Team.