Cities Fairs Cup

Some articles on fairs, cities fairs cup, cup, cups:

China Sourcing Fairs
... The China Sourcing Fairs are trade fairs organized by the business-to-business trade media company Global Sources ...
Ferencváros TC - History - The Golden Era (1960s) - Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Trophy
... Ferencváros won the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup 1964-65 (now Europa League) ... The 1965 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup Final was played on 23 June 1965 in Turin at the Stadio Comunale di Torino in front of the home crowd of Juventus F.C ... only reached the quarter-finals of the 1965-66 European Cup ...
Leeds United A.F.C. Seasons
... winning any major silverware, with success in the 1968 Football League Cup Final accompanied by success in Europe in the final of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup ... Their success continued into the 1970s with victory in the 1972 FA Cup Final, another league title in the 1973–74 season and runners-up in the 1975 European Cup Final ... have won the League Championship three times, the FA Cup once, the League Cup once, the Charity Shield twice and the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup twice ...
List Of GNK Dinamo Zagreb Seasons - Seasons - 1946–1991
... Dinamo won four league titles and seven Yugoslav Cups ... in an UEFA-sponsored competition when they appeared in the 1958–59 European Cup (after Partizan in 1955 and Red Star in 1956) ... period was between 1960 and 1969, during which they reached the Yugoslav Cup finals six times (winning four) but failed to clinch a single league title (finishing runners-up five times) ...
Stjepan Lamza - Career
... and a leader of Dinamo's golden generation that won the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1967 and was runner-up four years earlier in 1963 ... After the 1967 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup semifinal against Eintracht Frankfurt, when Dinamo managed to overturn their first leg defeat in Germany (3-0) with a home victory ... He followed the final of the 1967 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (won by Dinamo) by a radio broadcast from a hospital room in Bled ...

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