Federation Cup

Federation Cup or Fed Cup is the premier team competition in women's tennis.

Federation Cup may also refer to:

  • Federation Cup (Bangladesh)
  • Federation Cup (India)
  • Federation Cup (United Arab Emirates), an association football tournament
  • Kuwait Federation Cup
  • Lebanese Federation Cup
  • Saudi Federation Cup
  • South Asian Football Federation Cup
  • Spanish Federation Cup
  • USSR Federation Cup

Other articles related to "federation cup, cup":

Trevor Morgan (footballer) - Coaching Career
... This tournament was the Federation Cup where he managed East Bengal to victory over their rivals Mohun Bagan A.C ... Bengal also won Kolkata Premier League and Mohammedan Platinum Jubilee Cup and finished 2nd in I-League ... finished runner-up and turned up as second placed in the Federation cup having won the IFA Shield later ...
Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex - Football
... Then during the 2011 Indian Federation Cup the Balewadi Sports Complex co-hosted with the Salt Lake Stadium the Federation Cup group-stages ... The Federation Cup is the second most important football competition in India ...
Stéphanie Cohen-Aloro - Tennis Career - Federation Cup
... Cohen-Aloro was named to the French Federation Cup team ... In 2003 she won one match on clay, and lost two matches on carpet ...
Croydon Kings - History
... became the first 3rd division team to win the Association Cup after beating 1st division sides Juventus and Sturt before beating another 1st division side Beograd 3-1 in the ... piece of history when they beat Juventus 3-1 in the final of the Association Cup to become the only team to have the cup twice while outside the 1st ... Polonia also reached the Cup Final in 1955 ...
Stephanie Rottier - Federation Cup
... Rottier played three Federation Cup singles matches for the Netherlands in 1993, winning against Maja Murić of Croatia 6-2, 6-0 and against Oksana Bushevitsa of Latvia 6-4 ...

Famous quotes containing the words cup and/or federation:

    I write mainly for the kindly race of women. I am their sister, and in no way exempt from their sorrowful lot. I have drank [sic] the cup of their limitations to the dregs, and if my experience can help any sad or doubtful woman to outleap her own shadow, and to stand bravely out in the sunshine to meet her destiny, whatever it may be, I shall have done well; I have not written this book in vain.
    Amelia E. Barr (1831–1919)

    Women realize that we are living in an ungoverned world. At heart we are all pacifists. We should love to talk it over with the war-makers, but they would not understand. Words are so inadequate, and we realize that the hatred must kill itself; so we give our men gladly, unselfishly, proudly, patriotically, since the world chooses to settle its disputes in the old barbarous way.
    —General Federation Of Women’s Clubs (GFWC)