FROM THE HISTORY BOOK, ROLL OF HONOUR

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THE GRAND FINALE:

 

CHURCHILL BROTHERS VS SPORTING CLUBE DE GOA

 

While this is Churchill Brothers’ maiden Final appearance in the Federation Cup, Sporting Clube de Goa have reached the summit thrice before, in the years 2005 and 2006.

 

PREVIOUS MEETINGS

 

The teams have met only once in the Federation Cup so far:

 

December 26, 2009 (Silchar, Assam)

 

Churchill Brothers 2 (Odafa Okolie, Khangtang Paite)                  

beat

 

Sporting Clube de Goa 0

 

In the Airtel I-League this season, the teams have met once.

November 28, 2013

 

Churchill Brothers 3 (Abdelhamid Shabana , Balwant Singh, Jason Vales)

 

beat

                    

Sporting Clube de Goa 2 (Boima Karpeh, Pratesh Shirodkar)

 

ROAD TO FINAL:

          

Churchill Brothers (Finished as Group A toppers with 9 points)

          

Match 1: Beat United SC 2-1

         

Match 2: Beat Eagles FC 2-1

          

Match 3: Beat Pune FC 3-2

 

SEMIFINAL: Beat Mohun Bagan 2-1

 

ROAD TO FINAL:

 

Sporting Clube de Goa (Finished as Group B toppers with 6 points)

 

Match 1: Lost to Bengaluru FC 3-5

 

Match 2: Beat East Bengal 2-1

          

Match 3: Beat Rangdajied FC: 2-0

 

Semifinal: Beat Dempo SC 3-2 (a.e.t)

 

ROLL OF HONOUR

 

Federation Cup, 1977 (Ernakulam)

 

Winner: ITI Bangalore
Runners-up: Mohun Bagan
Score in Final: ITI Bangalore beat Mohun Bagan 1-0

 

Federation Cup, 1978 (Coimbatore)

 

Joint Winners: East Bengal and Mohun Bagan
Score in Final: East Bengal d/w Mohun Bagan 0-0

 

Federation Cup, 1979 (Guwahati)   

 

Winner: BSF
Runners-up: Mafatlal Mills
Score in Final: BSF beat Mafatlal Hills 3-0 (after the first Final ended 2-2)

 

Federation Cup, 1980 (Kolkata)   

 

Joint Winners: East Bengal and Mohun Bagan
Score in Final: Mohun Bagan  d/w East Bengal 1-1
 

 

Federation Cup, 1981 (Coimbatore)

 

Winner: Mohun Bagan
Runners-up: Mohammedan Sporting
Score in Final: Mohun Bagan beat Mohammedan Sporting 2-0.

 

Federation Cup, 1982 (Calicut)

 

Winner: Mohun Bagan
Runners-up: Mafatlal Hills
Score in Final: Mohun Bagan beat Mafatlal Hills 1-0

 

Federation Cup, 1983 (Cannanore)

 

Winner: Mohammedan Sporting
Runners-up: Mohun Bagan
Score in Final: Mohammedan Sporting beat Mohun Bagan 2-0 (after the first Final ended goalless)

 

Federation Cup, 1984 (Triuchirapalli)

 

Winner: Mohammedan Sporting
Runners-up: East Bengal
Score in Final: Mohammedan Sporting beat East Bengal 1-0

 

Federation Cup, 1985 (Triuchirapalli)

 

Winner: East Bengal
Runners-up: Mohun Bagan
Score in Final: East Bengal best beat Mohun Bagan 1-0

 

Federation Cup, 1985 (Triuchirapalli)

 

Winner: East Bengal
Runners-up: Mohun Bagan
Score in Final: East Bengal beat Mohun Bagan 1-0

 

Federation Cup, 1986 (Srinagar)

 

Winner: Mohun Bagan
Runners-up: East Bengal
Score in Final: Mohun Bagan beat East Bengal 5-4 on penalties

 

Federation Cup, 1987 (Cuttack)

 

Winner: Mohun Bagan
Runners-up: Salgaocar
Score in Final: Mohun Bagan beat Salgaocar 2-0

 

Federation Cup, 1988 (Delhi)

 

Winner: Salgaocar
Runners-up: BSF
Score in Final: Salgaocar beat BSF 1-0

 

Federation Cup, 1989 (Coimbatore)

 

Winner: Salgaocar
Runners-up: BSF
Score in Final: Salgaocar beat Mohammedan Sporting 2-0 (aet)

 

Federation Cup, 1990 (Thrissur)

 

Winner: Kerala Police
Runners-up: Salgaocar
Score in Final: Kerala Police beat Salgaocar 2-1

 

Federation Cup, 1991 (Kannur)

 

Winner: Kerala Police
Runners-up: Mahindra United
Score in Final: Kerala Police beat Mahindra United 2-0 (aet)

 

Federation Cup, 1992 (Kolkata)

 

Winner: Mohun Bagan
Runners-up: East Bengal
Score in Final: Mohun Bagan beat East Bengal 2-0

 

Federation Cup, 1993 (Kozhikode)

 

Winner: Mohun Bagan
Runners-up: Mahindra United
Score in Final: Mohun Bagan beat Mahindra United 1-0

 

Federation Cup, 1994 (Margao)

 

Winner: Mohun Bagan
Runners-up: Salgaocar
Score in Final: Mohun Bagan beat Salgaocar 3-0 on penalties

 

Federation Cup, 1995 (Kolkata)

 

Winner: JCT Mills
Runners-up: East Bengal
Score in Final: JCT Mills beat East Bengal 7-6 on penalties

 

Federation Cup, January 1996 (Kannur)

 

Winner: JCT Mills
Runners-up: East Bengal
Score in Final: JCT Mills beat East Bengal 5-3 on penalties

 

Federation Cup, June 1996 (Kolkata)

 

Winner: East Bengal
Runners-up: Dempo
Score in Final: East Bengal beat Dempo 2-1 via Golden Goal

 

Federation Cup, 1997 (Kolkata)

 

Winner: Salgaocar
Runners-up: East Bengal
Score in Final: Salgaocar beat East Bengal 2-1 via Golden Goal

 

Federation Cup, 1998 (Kolkata)

 

Winner: Mohun Bagan
Runners-up: East Bengal
Score in Final: Mohun Bagan beat East Bengal 2-1

 

Federation Cup, 2001 (Chennai)

 

Winner: Mohun Bagan
Runners-up: Dempo
Score in Final: Mohun Bagan beat Dempo 2-0

 

Federation Cup, 2003 (Kolkata)

 

Winner: Mahindra United
Runners-up: Mohammedan Sporting
Score in Final: Mahindra United beat Mohammedan Sporting 1-0

 

Federation Cup, 2004 (Bangalore)

 

Winner: Dempo
Runners-up: Mohun Bagan
Score in Final: Dempo beat Mohun Bagan 2-0

 

Federation Cup, 2005 (Goa)

 

Winner: Mahindra United
Runners-up: Sporting Clube de Goa
Score in Final: Mahindra United beat Sporting Clube de Goa 2-1 (aet)

 

Federation Cup, 2006 (Kolkata)

 

Winner: Mohun Bagan
Runners-up: Sporting Clube de Goa
Score in Final: Mohun Bagan beat Sporting Clube de Goa 3-1 on penalties

 

Federation Cup, 2007 (Ludhiana)

 

Winner: East Bengal
Runners-up: Mahindra United
Score in Final: East Bengal beat Mahindra United 2-1

 

Federation Cup, 2008 (Kolkata)

 

Winner: Mohun Bagan
Runners-up: Dempo
Score in Final: Mohun Bagan beat Dempo 1-0

 

Federation Cup, 2009 (Guwahati)

 

Winner: East Bengal
Runners-up: Shillong Lajong
Score in Final: East Bengal beat Shillong Lajong 3-0 on penalties

 

Federation Cup, 2010 (Cuttack)

 

Winner: East Bengal
Runners-up: Mohun Bagan
Score in Final: East Bengal beat Mohun Bagan 1-0

 

Federation Cup, 2011 (Kolkata)

 

Winner: Salgaocar
Runners-up: East Bengal
Score in Final: Salgaocar beat East Bengal 3-1

 

Federation Cup, 2012 (Siliguri)

 

Winner: East Bengal
Runners-up: Dempo
Score in Final: East Bengal beat Dempo 3-2 (aet)

 

LEADING GOALSCORERS IN FEDERATION CUP HISTORY

 

1) Jose Ramires Barreto - 27 goals

 

2) Chima Okorie - 26 goals*
 

3) Baichung Bhutia - 25 goals
 

4) Chidi Edeh - 23 goals
 

5) Ranti Martins - 18 goals
 

6) IM Vijayan - 17 goals
 

7) Odafa Okolie - 17 goals

 

NB - * Includes 7 goals scored in Eastern Zone Qualifiers at Sibsagar - 1990 Federation Cup

Posted on : Friday January 24, 2014