History of Champions

All are in the process of being compiled…

2007-2008 League Champions

  • Australian A-League – Central Coast Mariners (League), TBD (Grand Final)
  • Argentine Primera Apertura – starts in August 2008
  • Argentine Primera Clausura – starts in February 2008
  • Austrian Bundesliga – in progress
  • Belgian Jupiler League – in progress
  • Brazilian Campeonato Serie A – starts in May 2008
  • Danish SAS Ligaean – in progress
  • Dutch Eredivisie – in progress
  • English Championship – in progress
  • English Premiership – in progress
  • Finnish Veikkausliga – starts in April 2008
  • French Ligue 1 – in progress
  • German Bundesliga – in progress
  • Greek Super League – in progress
  • Italian Serie A – in progress
  • Major League Soccer – starts in March/April 2008
  • Mexican Primera Apertura – starts in August 2008
  • Mexican Primera Clausura – in progress
  • Norwegian Tippeligean – starts in April 2008
  • Polish Ekstraklasa – in progress, resumes February 2008
  • Portuguese SuperLiga – in progress
  • Russian Premiership – starts in March 2008
  • Scottish Premiership – in progress
  • Spanish Primera Liga – in progress
  • Swedish Allsvenskan – starts in April 2008
  • Swiss Axpo Super League – in progress
  • Turkish SuperLiga – in progress
  • Ukranian Premier League – in winter break, will resume March 2008

2006-2007 League Champions

  • Australian A-League – Melbourne Victory (League and Grand Final) 
  • Argentine Primera Apertura – Lanus
  • Argentine Primera Clausura – San Lorenzo
  • Austrian Bundesliga – Red Bull Salzburg
  • Belgian Jupiler League – Anderlecht
  • Brazilian Campeonato A – Sao Paulo FC
  • Danish SAS Ligaean – FC Copenhagen
  • Dutch Eredivisie – PSV Eindhoven (3rd consecutive)
  • English Championship – Sunderland
  • English Premiership – Manchester United
  • Finnish Veikkausliga – Tampere United
  • French Ligue 1 – Olympique Lyonnais (6th consecutive)
  • German Bundesliga – VfB Stuttgart
  • Greek Super League – Olympiakos
  • Italian Serie A – Inter Milan
  • Major League Soccer – D.C. United (Shield), Houston Dynamo (MLS Cup) 
  • Mexican Primera Apertura – Atlante (Playoffs), Santos (Regular Season)
  • Mexican Primera Clausura – Pachuca (Playoffs and Regular Season)
  • Norwegian Tippeligaen – SK Brann
  • Polish Ekstraklasa – Zaglebie Lubin
  • Portuguese Superliga – FC Porto
  • Russian Premiership – Zenit St. Petersburg
  • Scottish Premiership – Glasgow Celtic
  • Spanish Primera Liga – Real Madrid
  • Swedish Allsvenskan – IFK Goteborg
  • Swiss Axpo Super League – FC Zurich
  • Turkish Superliga – Fenerbahce
  • Ukranian Premier League – Dynamo Kiev

AFC Champions League (Asian Club Championship)

2008: TBD
2007: Urawa Red Diamonds (Sepahan [IRA]) 3-1 on agg
2006: Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (Al-Karama [SYR]) 3-2 on agg
2005: Al-Ittihad [RSA] (Al-Ain [UAE]) 5-3 on agg
2004: Al-Ittihad [RSA] (Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma) 6-3 on agg
2003: Al-Ain [UAE] (BEC Tero Sasana [THL]) 2-1 on agg
2002: Suwon Samsung Bluewings (Anyang LG Cheetahs) 0-0 (4-2 on penalties)
2001: Suwon Samsung Bluewings (Jubilo Iwata) 1-0
2000: Al-Hilal [RSA] (Jubilo Iwata) 3-2
1999: Jubilo Iwata (Esteghlal [IRA]) 2-1
1998: Pohang Steelers (Dalian Wanda [CHN]) 0-0 (6-5 on penalties)
1997: Pohang Steelers (Cheonan Ilhwa Chunma) 2-1
1996: Cheonan Ilhwa Chunma (Al-Nasr [RSA]) 1-0
1995: Thai Farmers Bank FC (Al-Arabi [QAT]) 1-0
1994: Thai Farmers Bank FC (Oman Club [OMN]) 2-1
1993: PAS [IRA] (Al-Shabab [RSA]) 1-0
1992: Al-Hilal [RSA] (Esteghlal [IRA]) 1-1 (4-3 on penalties)
1991: Esteghlal [IRA] (Liaoning FC [CHN]) 2-1
1990: Liaoning FC [CHN] (Nissan FC) 3-2 on agg

FIFA Club World Cup

2007: AC Milan (Boca Juniors) 4-2
2006: Internacional (FC Barcelona) 1-0
2005: Sao Paulo (Liverpool) 1-0
2000: Corinthians (Vasco da Gama) 0-0 (4-3 a.e.t.)

UEFA European Champions League

2007/8: in progress
2006/7: AC Milan (Liverpool) 2-1
2005/6: FC Barcelona (Arsenal) 2-1
2004/5: Liverpool (AC Milan) 3-3 (3-2 on penalties)
2003/4: FC Porto (Monaco) 3-0
2002/3: AC Milan (Juventus) 0-0 (3-2 on penalties)
2001/2: Real Madrid (Bayer Leverkusen) 2-1
2000/1: Bayern Munich (Valencia) 1-1 (5-4 on penalties)
1999/0: Real Madrid (Valencia) 3-0
1998/9: Manchester United (Bayern Munich) 2-1
1997/8: Real Madrid (Juventus) 1-0
1996/7: Borussia Dortmund (Juventus) 3-1
1995/6: Juventus (AFC Ajax) 1-1 (4-2 on penalties)
1994/5: AFC Ajax (AC Milan) 1-0
1993/4: AC Milan (Barcelona) 4-0
1992/3: Olympique Marseille (AC Milan) 1-0
1991/2: FC Barcelona (Sampdoria) 1-0
1990/1: Red Star Belgrade (Olympique Marseille) 0-0 (5-3 on penalties)
1989/0: AC Milan (Benfica) 1-0
1988/9: AC Milan (Steaua Bucharest) 4-0
1987/8: PSV Eindhoven (Benfica) 0-0 (6-5 on penalties)
1986/7: FC Porto (Bayern Munich) 2-1
1985/6: Steaua Bucharest (FC Barcelona) 0-0 (2-0 on penalties)
1984/5: Juventus (Liverpool) 1-0
1983/4: Liverpool (AS Roma) 1-1 (4-2 on penalties)
1982/3: Hamburger SV (Juventus) 1-0
1981/2: Aston Villa (Bayern Munich) 1-0
1980/1: Liverpool (Real Madrid) 1-0
1979/0: Nottingham Forest (Hamburger SV) 1-0
1978/9: Nottingham Forest (Malmo FF) 1-0
1977/8: Liverpool (Club Brugge KV) 1-0
1976/7: Liverpool (Borussia Monchengladbach) 3-1
1975/6: Bayern Munich (Saint-Etienne) 1-0
1974/5: Bayern Munich (Leeds United) 2-0
1973/4: Bayern Munich (Atletico Madrid) 1-1 (4-0 on replay)
1972/3: AFC Ajax (Juventus) 1-0
1971/2: AFC Ajax (Inter Milan) 2-0
1970/1: AFC Ajax (Panathinaikos) 2-0
1969/0: Feyenoord (Celtic) 2-1 a.e.t.
1968/9: AC Milan (AFC Ajax) 4-1
1967/8: Manchester United (Benfica) 4-1 a.e.t.
1966/7: Celtic (Inter Milan) 2-1
1965/6: Real Madrid (Partizan) 2-1
1964/5: Inter Milan (Benfica) 1-0
1963/4: Inter Milan (Real Madrid) 3-1
1962/3: AC Milan (Benfica) 2-1
1961/2: Benfica (Real Madrid) 5-3
1960/1: Benfica (FC Barcelona) 3-2
1959/0: Real Madrid (Eintracht Frankfurt) 7-3
1958/9: Real Madrid (Stade de Reims) 2-0
1957/8: Real Madrid (AC Milan) 3-2 a.e.t.
1956/7: Real Madrid (Fiorentina) 2-0
1955/6: Real Madrid (Stade de Reims) 4-3

UEFA Cup

2007/8: in progress
2006/7: FC Sevilla (RCD Espanyol) 2-2 (3-1 on penalties)
2005/6: FC Sevilla (Middlesbrough) 4-0
2004/5: CSKA Moscow (Sporting Club(POR)) 3-1
2003/4: Valencia (Olympique Marseille) 2-0
2002/3: FC Porto (Celtic) 3-2 a.e.t.
2001/2: Feyenoord (Borussia Dortmund) 3-2
2000/1: Liverpool (Deportivo la Coruna) 5-4 a.e.t.
1999/0: Galatasaray (Arsenal) 0-0 (4-1 on penalties)
1998/9: Parma (Olympique Marseille) 3-0
1997/8: Inter Milan (Lazio) 3-0
1996/7: Schalke 04 (Inter Milan) 1-0/1-0 (1-1 agg, 4-1 on penalties)
1995/6: Bayern Munich (Bordeaux) 2-0/1-3 (5-1 agg)
1994/5: Parma (Juventus) 1-0/1-1 (2-1 agg)
1993/4: Inter Milan (Casino Salzburg(AUT)) 0-1/1-0 (2-0 agg)
1992/3: Juventus (Borussia Dortmund) 1-3/3-0 (6-1 agg)
1991/2: AFC Ajax (Torino) 2-2/0-0 (2-2 agg, on away goals)
1990/1: Inter Milan (AS Roma) 2-0/1-0 (2-1 agg)
1989/0: Juventus (Fiorentina) 3-1/0-0 (3-1 agg)
1988/9: Napoli (VfB Stuttgart) 2-1/3-3 (5-4 agg)
1987/8: Bayer Leverkusen (RCD Espanyol) 3-0/0-3 (3-3 agg, 3-2 on penalties)
1986/7: IFK Goteborg (Dundee United) 1-0/1-1 (2-1 agg)
1985/6: Real Madrid (FC Koln) 5-1/2-0 (5-3 agg)
1984/5: Real Madrid (Videoton (HUN)) 0-3/0-1 (3-1 agg)
1983/4: Tottenham (Anderlecht) 1-1/1-1 (2-2 agg, 4-3 on penalties)
1982/3: Anderlecht (Benfica) 1-0/1-1 (2-1 agg)
1981/2: IKF Goteborg (Hamburger SV) 1-0/0-3 (4-0 agg)
1980/1: Ipswich Town (AZ Alkmaar) 3-0/4-2 (5-4 agg)
1979/0: Eintracht Frankfurt (Borussia Monchengladbach) 3-2/1-0 (3-3 agg)
1978/9: Borussia Monchengladbach (Red Star Belgrade) 1-1/1-0 (2-1 agg)
1977/8: PSV Eindhoven (Bastia) 0-0/3-0 (3-0 agg)
1976/7: Juventus (Athletic Bilbao) 1-0/2-1 (2-2 agg, on away goals)
1975/6: Liverpool (Club Brugge) 3-2/1-1 (4-3 agg)
1974/5: Borussia Monchengladbach (FC Twente) 0-0/1-5 (5-1 agg)
1973/4: Feyenoord (Tottenham) 2-2/2-0 (4-2 agg)
1972/3: Liverpool (Borussia Monchengladbach) 3-0/0-2 (3-2 agg)
1971/2: Tottenham (Wolverhampton Wanderers) 1-2/1-1 (3-2 agg)

International Tournament Championship History

African Cup of Nations

2008: TBD
2006: Egypt (Ivory Coast) 0-0 (4-2 on penalties)
2004: Tunisia (Morocco) 2-1
2002: Cameroon (Senegal) 0-0 (3-2 on penalties)
2000: Cameroon (Nigeria) 2-2 (4-3 on penalties)
1998: Egypt (South Africa) 2-0
1996: South Africa (Tunisia) 2-0
1994: Nigeria (Zambia) 2-1
1990: Ivory Coast (Ghana) 0-0 (11-10 on penalties)
1988: Algeria (Nigeria) 1-0
1986: Cameroon (Nigeria) 1-0
1984: Cameroon (Nigeria) 3-1
1982: Ghana (Libya) 1-1 (7-6 on penalties)
1980: Nigeria (Algeria) 3-0
1978: Ghana (Uganda) 2-0
1976: Morocco (Guinea)
1974: Zaire (Zambia) 2-2 a.e.t. (2-0 after replay)
1972: Congo (Mali) 3-2
1970: Sudan (Ghana) 1-0
1968: Congo DR (Ghana) 1-0
1965: Ghana (Tunisia) 3-2 a.e.t.
1963: Ghana (Sudan) 3-0
1962: Ethiopia (United Arab Republic) 4-2 a.e.t.
1959: United Arab Republic (Sudan) 2-1
1957: Egypt (Ethiopia) 4-0

Asian Cup

2007: Iraq (Saudi Arabia) 1-0
2004: Japan (China PR) 3-1
2000: Japan (Saudi Arabia) 1-0
1996: Saudi Arabia (United Arab Emirates) 0-0 (4-2 on penalties)
1992: Japan (Saudi Arabia) 1-0
1988: Saudi Arabia (Korea Republic) 0-0 (4-3 on penalties)
1984: Saudi Arabia (China PR) 2-0
1980: Kuwait (Korea Republic) 3-0
1976: Iran (Kuwait) 1-0
1972: Iran (Korea Republic 2-1 a.e.t.
1968: Iran (Myanmar)
1964: Israel (India)
1960: Korea Republic (Israel)
1956: Korea Republic (Israel)

2005: Brazil (Argentina) 4-1
2003: France (Cameroon) 1-0 a.e.t.
2001: France (Japan) 1-0
1999: Mexico (Brazil) 4-3
1997: Brazil (Australia) 6-0
1995: Denmark (Argentina) 2-0
1992: Argentina (Saudi Arabia) 3-1

Copa America

2007: Brazil (Argentina) 3-0
2004: Brazil (Argentina) 2-2 (4-2 on penalties)
2001: Colombia (Mexico) 1-0
1999: Brazil (Uruguay) 3-0
1997: Brazil (Bolivia) 3-1
1995: Uruguay (Brazil) 1-1 (5-3 on penalties)
1993: Argentina (Mexico) 2-1
1991: Argentina (Brazil) 3-2
1989: Brazil (Uruguay) 1-0
1987: Uruguay (Chile) 1-0
1983: Uruguay (Brazil) 2-0/1-1 (3-1 agg)
1979: Paraguay (Chile) 3-0/0-1 (3-1 agg)
1975: Peru (Colombia) 0-1/2-0 (2-1 agg)

CONCACAF Gold Cup

2007: United States (Mexico) 2-1
2005: United States (Panama) 0-0 (3-1 on penalties)
2003: Mexico (Brazil) 1-0 a.e.t.
2002: United States (Costa Rica) 2-0
2000: Canada (Colombia) 2-0
1998: Mexico (United States) 1-0
1996: Mexico (Brazil) 2-0
1993: Mexico (United States) 4-0
1991: United States (Honduras) 1-1 (4-3 on penalties)

European Championship

2008: TBD
2004: Greece (Portugal) 1-0
2000: France (Italy) 2-1 a.e.t.
1996: Germany (Czech Republic) 2-1 a.e.t.
1992: Denmark (Germany) 2-0
1988: Netherlands (USSR) 2-0
1984: France (Spain) 2-0
1980: West Germany (Belgium) 2-1
1976: Czechoslovakia (West Germany) 2-2 (5-3 on penalties)
1972: West Germany (USSR) 3-0
1968: Italy (Yugoslavia) 1-1 (2-0 on penalties)
1964: Spain (USSR) 2-1
1960: USSR (Yugoslavia) 2-1 a.e.t.

2008: TBD
2004: Australia (Solomon Islands) 5-1
2002: New Zealand (Australia) 1-0
2000: Australia (New Zealand) 2-0
1998: New Zealand (Australia) 1-0
1996: Australia (Tahiti) 6-0

WORLD CUP

2006: Italy (France) 1-1 (4-3 on penalties)
2002: Brazil (Germany) 2-0
1998: France (Brazil) 3-0
1994: Brazil (Italy) 0-0 (3-2 on penalties)
1990: West Germany (Argentina) 1-0
1986: Argentina (West Germany) 3-2
1982: Italy (West Germany) 3-1
1978: Argentina (Netherlands) 3-1 a.e.t.
1974: West Germany (Netherlands) 2-1
1970: Brazil (Italy) 4-1
1966: England (West Germany) 4-2 a.e.t.
1962: Brazil (Czechoslovakia) 3-1
1958: Brazil (Sweden) 5-2
1954: West Germany (Hungary) 3-2
1950: Uruguay (Brazil)
1938: Italy (Hungary) 4-2
1934: Italy (Czechoslovakia) 2-1 a.e.t.
1930: Uruguay (Argentina) 4-2

2 Responses

  1. Manchester United are now at the top of their game like they were with Cantona (I do not know the squad, just saw games), and Beckham (I never missed a game since I first saw this squad)
    I should say that the best thins would come and Man U can prove this since the other teams are very competitive too!!
    United would live!!!!!!

  2. can i join the fantasy liga

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: