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2006–07 KBL season

Busan KTF Magic Wings: KRW 80.000.000 Runners-up + Regular Season 3rd place. Changwon LG Sakers: KRW 50.000.000 Regular Season 2nd place. Ulsan Mobis Phoebus: KRW 200.000.000 Champions + Regular Season 1st place.

                                               

2006 K League

The 2006 season of the K-League kicked off on March 12. The season and playoff format will be the same as the one used in the 2005 season. The playoff fixtures are set to take place in early November, with the Final being played on two legs in la ...

                                               

2006 R League

The 2006 edition of R League was held from March 30 to October 26. Incheon United won the competition for the first time by defeating Busan IPark in the final on 26 October 2006.

                                               

2006 FIFA Club World Cup

The 2006 FIFA Club World Cup was a football tournament held in Japan between 10 December and 17 December 2006. It was the third FIFA Club World Cup. Club Champions from each of the six confederations played in the shootout. Quarterfinal match-UPS ...

                                               

2006 Korean FA Cup Final

The 2006 Korean FA Cup Final was a football match played on 3 December 2006 at Seoul World Cup Stadium in Seoul that decided the winner of the 2006 season of the Korean FA Cup. The 2006 final was the culmination of the 11th season of the tourname ...

                                               

2006 K League Championship

2006 K League Championship is postseason championship playoff of 2006 K League. 1st stage winner, 2nd stage winner and overall top two teams are competing the championship. Semi-finals are played one leg, and final is played two legs. Top two tea ...

                                               

2006 Korea National League

The Korea National League 2006 season operates its season in two stages, with the winners of each stage to the post-season championship playoffs. In the case of the team winning both stages, there will be no playoffs.

                                               

2007–08 KBL season

Jeonju KCC Egis: KRW 50.000.000 Regular Season 2nd place. Wonju Dongbu Promy: KRW 200.000.000 Champions + Regular Season 1st place. Seoul Samsung Thunders: KRW 80.000.000 Runners-up + Regular Season 3rd place.

                                               

2007 K League

The 2007 season of the K-League kicked off on March 3. The leagues previous split-season format was replaced by a combined 26-game single-season schedule. Each team played 26 matches consisting of a home and away fixture against every other team. ...

                                               

2007 R League

The 2007 edition of R League was held from March 30 to October 18. Since 2007 season, Gyeongnam FC was participated for the first time. Pohang Steelers won the competition for the first time, defeating Seongnam Ilhwa of Chunma in the final on pen ...

                                               

2007 AFC Asian Cup Group D

Group D of the 2007 AFC Asian Cup was one of four groups of nations competing at the 2007 AFC Asian Cup. The groups first round of matches began on 10 July and its last matches were played on 18 July. All six group matches were played at venues i ...

                                               

2007 AFC Asian Cup knockout stage

The knockout stage of the 2007 AFC Asian Cup started on 21 July and ended on 29 July 2007. The top two placed teams from each preliminary group advanced to this stage.

                                               

2007 Korean FA Cup Final

The 2007 Korean FA Cup Final was a football match played on 25 November 2007 and 2 December 2007 that decided the winner of the 2007 season of the Korean FA Cup. The 2007 final was the culmination of the 12th season of the tournament. Finals disp ...

                                               

2007 K League Championship

2007 K League Championship is postseason championship playoff of 2007 K League. The championship are a series of playoff matches contested by the teams 1st to 6th in the 2007 K League table. All matches are played one leg, except final is played ...

                                               

2007 Korea National League

The Korea National League 2007 season operated in two stages, with the winners of each stage moving on to the post-season championship playoffs. In the event of the same team winning both stages, there would have been no playoff.

                                               

2007 Peace Cup

The 2007 Peace Cup Korea was a football tournament held in South Korea between 12 July and 21 August 2007. It was the third edition of Peace Cup. Lyon defeated Bolton Wanderers 1–0 in the final on 21 July, to become the winner first time in its l ...

                                               

2008–09 KBL season

Seoul Samsung Thunders: KRW 50.000.000 Runners-up. Wonju Dongbu Promy: KRW 50.000.000 Regular Season 2nd place. Ulsan Mobis Phoebus: KRW 100.000.000 Regular Season 1st place. Jeonju KCC Egis: KRW 130.000.000 Champions + Regular Season 3rd place.

                                               

2008 K League

The 2008 season of the K League began on March 8. The season and playoff format was the same as the one used in the 2007 season. The playoff fixtures took place in late November, with the final played over two legs in early December. 2 Aug 2008 t ...

                                               

2008 K3 League

The K3 League 2008 was the second season of K3 League. It operated in two stages, with the winners of each stage and the two runners-up advancing to the post-season championship playoffs. The five clubs on high rank also earned a spot to the 2009 ...

                                               

2008 R League

The 2008 edition of R League was held during K League season. Since 2008 season, Daegu FC and Daejeon Citizen participated for the first time. Incheon United have won the competition, beating Pohang Steelers in the final on penalties on October 2 ...

                                               

2008 Korean FA Cup Final

The 2008 Korean FA Cup Final was a football match played on 21 December 2008 at Jeju Stadium in Jeju City that decided the winner of the 2008 season of the Korean FA Cup. The 2008 final was the culmination of the 13th season of the tournament. At ...

                                               

2008 Korea National League

The Korea National League 2008 season operates its season in two stages, with the winners of each stage and the two runners-up advancing to the post-season championship playoffs. In the case of the team winning both stages, there will be no playoffs.

                                               

2008 K League Championship

2008 K League Championship is postseason championship playoff of 2008 K League. The championship are a series of playoff matches contested by the teams 1st to 6th in the 2008 K League table. All matches are played one leg, except final is played ...

                                               

2008 Korea National League Championship

Korea National Championship 2008 was the cup competition of the second-tier N-League in South Korea in 2008. The 5th edition of Korea National Championship was held from July 9 to July 18 in Yanggu, Gangwon-do. 14 clubs from the N-League and amat ...

                                               

2009–10 KBL season

Ulsan Mobis Phoebus: KRW 200.000.000 Champions + Regular Season 1st place. Jeonju KCC Egis: KRW 80.000.000 Runners-up + Regular Season 3rd place. Busan KT Sonicboom: KRW 50.000.000 Regular Season 2nd place.

                                               

2009 K League

The 2009 edition of the K League was the 27th since its establishment in 1983. At Suwon Samsung bluewings and were the Champions, winning their fourth title in the previous season. The season began on 7 March 2009. A total of 15 teams contested t ...

                                               

2009 K3 League

The K3 League 2009 was the third season of the K3 League. The 2009 season was known as Daum K3 League 2009 due to the competitions sponsorship by Daum Communications Corp. In contrast to the previous two years where playoff systems were implement ...

                                               

2009 R League

The 2009 edition of R League was held from March 30 to October 22. In this season, Jeju United didnt participated due to lack of players. Championship playoffs semifinals will be played 8 October 2009. Finals first leg matches will be played on 1 ...

                                               

2009 WK-League

The WK-League 2009 is the inaugural season of the WK-League, the South Korean womens football league. It began on 20 April 2009 with the first matches of the regular season and ended on 16 November 2009 with the return leg of the Championship Fin ...

                                               

2009 K League Championship

2009 K League Championship is postseason championship playoff of 2009 K League. The championship are a series of playoff matches contested by the teams 1st to 6th in the 2009 K League table. All matches are played one leg, except final is played ...

                                               

2009 Korea National League Championship

Korea National Championship 2009 was the cup competition of the second-tier N-League in South Korea in 2009. The 6th edition of the Korea National Championship was held from June 1 to June 12 in Yanggu, Gangwon-do. 14 clubs from the N-League and ...

                                               

2000–01 Venezuelan Primera Division season

The 2000–01 season of the Venezuelan Primera Division, the top category of Venezuelan football, was played by 10 teams. The national champions were Caracas.

                                               

2001–02 Venezuelan Primera Division season

The 2001–02 season of the Venezuelan Primera Division, the top category of Venezuelan football, was played by 10 teams. The national champions were Nacional Tachira.

                                               

2002–03 Venezuelan Primera Division season

The 2002–03 season of the Venezuelan Primera Division, the top category of Venezuelan football, was played by 10 teams. The national champions were Caracas.

                                               

2003–04 Venezuelan Primera Division season

The 2003–04 season of the Venezuelan Primera Division, the top category of Venezuelan football, was played by 10 teams. The national champions were Caracas.

                                               

2004–05 Venezuelan Primera Division season

The 2004–05 season of the Venezuelan Primera Division, the top category of Venezuelan football, was played by 10 teams. The national champions were Maracaibo.

                                               

2005–06 in Venezuelan football

Caracas F.C. and U.A. Maracaibo ended with one championship each at the end of the Apertura and Clausura. Tournament rules establish that a playoff game is required.

                                               

2005–06 Venezuelan Primera Division season

The 2005–06 season of the Venezuelan Primera Division, the top category of Venezuelan football, was played by 10 teams. The national champions were Caracas.

                                               

2006–07 in Venezuelan football

Caracas F.C. and U.A. Maracaibo ended with one championship each at the end of the Apertura and Clausura. Tournament rules establish that a playoff game is required.

                                               

2006–07 Venezuelan Primera Division season

The 2006–07 season of the Venezuelan Primera Division, the top category of Venezuelan football, was played by 10 teams. The national champions were Caracas.

                                               

2007–08 Venezuelan Primera Division season

The 2007–08 season of the Venezuelan Primera Division, the top category of Venezuelan football, was played by 18 teams. The national champions were Deportivo Tachira.

                                               

2007–08 in Venezuelan football

Last updated: May 25, 2008 Source: Apertura 2007 Fixture Clausura 2008 Fixture Fixtures in green represent games played during the Apertura 2007 tournament, fixtures in red represent those played during the Clausura 2008. Please note that the hom ...

                                               

2008–09 in Venezuelan football

Last updated: 14 December 2008 Source: FVF Rules for classification: 1st points, 2nd goal difference, 3rd goals scored. P = Position, Pld = Matches played, W = Matches won, D = Matches drawn, L = Matches lost, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, ...

                                               

2008–09 Venezuelan Primera Division season

The 2008-09 Primera Division season is the 27th professional season of Venezuelas top-flight football league.

                                               

2009–10 Venezuelan Primera Division season

The 2009-10 Primera Division season is the 28th professional season of Venezuelas top-flight football league.

                                               

2010 in Armenian football

The following article presents a summary of the 2010 football season in Armenia, which was the 19th season of competitive football in the country.

                                               

2010 Armenian Premier League

The 2010 Armenian Premier League season was the nineteenth since its establishment. The season began in March 2010 and ended in November 2010. FC Pyunik were the defending champions, having won their twelfth championship last season.

                                               

2010 Armenian First League

FC Ararat Yerevan were relegated from the Armenian Premier League, and it was the only club capable of promotion. Shengavit represent the reserves of Ulisses FC.

                                               

UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying Group B

Group B fixtures were to be negotiated between the participants at a meeting in Moscow, Russia, on 15 and 16 March 2010. After that meeting proved inconclusive, the fixture list was determined by a random draw at the XXXIV Ordinary UEFA Congress ...

                                               

2011 in Armenian football

The following article presents a summary of the 2011 football season in Armenia, which was the 20th season of competitive football in the country.

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