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1936–37 Polska Liga Hokejowa season

The 1936–37 Polska Liga Hokejowa season was the ninth season of the Polska Liga Hokejowa, the top level of ice hockey in Poland. Five teams participated in the final round, and KS Cracovia won the championship.

                                               

1936–37 Campeonato da Liga

The 1936–37 Campeonato da Liga was the third season of top-tier football in Portugal. Although the first national competition was still called Portuguese Championship, the Primeira Liga winners are considered the national champions.

                                               

1936–37 Divizia B

The 1936–37 Divizia B was the third season of the second tier of the Romanian football league system. The format was changed this year from series 5 of the 8 teams in series 2 of the 13 teams. It was also decided to extend Division A, and the fir ...

                                               

1936–37 Divizia C

The 1936–37 Divizia C was the first season of the third tier league of the Romanian football league system. The league was divided in five parallel divisions, based on geographical criteria. The winner of each division earned promotion to the nex ...

                                               

1936–37 in Swedish football

Sweden: Sven Bergquist - Otto Andersson, Erik Kallstrom - Victor Carlund, Arvid Emanuelsson, Torsten Johansson - Gustaf Josefsson, Erik Persson, Sven Jonasson, Karl-Erik Grahn, Åke Hallman. Sweden: Sven Bergquist - Nils Axelsson, Walter Skold - F ...

                                               

1936–37 Svenska Serien season

The 1936–37 Svenska Serien season was the second season of the Svenska Serien, the top level ice hockey league in Sweden. AIK won the league championship for the second year in a row.

                                               

1937 Swedish Ice Hockey Championship

The 1937 Swedish Ice Hockey Championship was the 16th season of the Swedish Ice Hockey Championship, the national championship of Sweden. Hammarby IF won the championship.

                                               

1936–37 Swiss National Ice Hockey Championship

The 1936–37 Swiss National Ice Hockey Championship was the 27th and final edition of the national ice hockey championship in Switzerland. HC Davos won the championship by finishing first in the final round.

                                               

1936–37 Yugoslav Football Championship

The 1936–37 Yugoslav Football Championship was the 14th season of Kingdom of Yugoslavias premier football competition. It was won by Croatian side Gradanski Zagreb.

                                               

1936–37 Yugoslav Ice Hockey League season

The 1936–37 Yugoslav Ice Hockey League season was the inaugural season of the Yugoslav Ice Hockey League. The championship was won by Ilrija, which was recognized as the best Yugoslav team at the time by the national federation.

                                               

1937–38 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team

The 1937–38 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team represented Georgetown University during the 1937-38 NCAA Division I college basketball season. Fred Mesmer coached it in his seventh and final season as head coach. The team was a member of the E ...

                                               

1937–38 NHL season

The 1937–38 NHL season was the 21st season of the National Hockey League. Eight teams each played 48 games. The Chicago Black Hawks were the Stanley Cup winners as they beat the Toronto Maple Leafs three games to one in the final series.

                                               

1937 Argentine Primera Division

The 1937 Argentine Primera Division was the 46th season of top-flight football in Argentina. The season began on April 4 and ended on December 19. There were 18 teams in the tournament, and River Plate won the championship.

                                               

1937 Eastern Suburbs season

The 1937 Eastern Suburbs DRLFC season was the 30th in the clubs history. They competed in the New South Wales Rugby Football Leagues 1937 Premiership, finishing the season in first place and winning their third consecutive premiership.

                                               

1937 NSWRFL season

The 1937 New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership was the 30th season of the Sydney, New South Wales-based top-grade rugby league club competition, Australias first. Nine teams from across the city contested the premiership during the se ...

                                               

1937–38 in Belgian football

1937–38 was the 38th season of competitive football in Belgium. The Belgium national football team qualified for the 1938 FIFA World Cup, for the 3rd consecutive year but lost in the first round to the organising country, France. R Beerschot AC w ...

                                               

1937 Copa dos Campeões Estaduais

The 1937 Copa dos Campeões Estaduais was an official tournament organized by the now defunct Brazilian Football Federation, and aimed to point the Brazilian champion at that time. It was the second time a state champions cup happened in Brazil. T ...

                                               

1938 FIFA World Cup qualification Group 7

In the 1938 FIFA World Cup qualification Group 7, the two teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The winner would qualify for the third FIFA World Cup held in France.

                                               

1938 Memorial Cup

The 1938 Memorial Cup final was the 20th junior ice hockey championship of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. The George Richardson Memorial Trophy champions Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey Association in Eastern Canada competed again ...

                                               

1937 Primera Division de Chile

The 1937 Campeonato Nacional de Futbol Profesional was Chilean first tier’s 5th season. Colo-Colo were the champions, achieving their first ever title.

                                               

1937–38 Netherlands Football League Championship

The Netherlands Football League Championship 1937–1938 was contested by 51 teams participating in five divisions. The national champion would be determined by a play-off featuring the winners of the eastern, northern, southern and two western foo ...

                                               

1937–38 Estonian Football Championship

The 1937–38 Estonian Football Championship was the 17th official football league season in Estonia. Eight teams took part in the league six from Tallinn, one from Parnu and Narva. JS Estonia Tallinn finished first, clinching their fourth consecut ...

                                               

1937–38 1re serie season

The 1937–38 1re serie season was the 22nd season of the 1re serie, the top level of ice hockey in France. Français Volants won their second championship.

                                               

1938 German football championship

The 1938 German football championship, the 31st edition of the competition, was won by Hannover 96, the clubs first-ever German championship, by defeating Schalke 04 4–3 after extra time in the final. The 1938 final had to be replayed because the ...

                                               

1938 German Ice Hockey Championship

The 1938 German Ice Hockey Championship was the 22nd season of the German Ice Hockey Championship, the national championship of Germany. Eight teams participated in the championship, and SC Riessersee won the title.

                                               

1937–38 OB I bajnoksag season

The 1937–38 OB I bajnoksag season was the second season of the OB I bajnoksag, the top level of ice hockey in Hungary. Five teams participated in the league, and BKE Budapest won the championship.

                                               

1937–38 Serie A (ice hockey) season

The 1937–38 Serie A season was the 12th season of the Serie A, the top level of ice hockey in Italy. AC Milanese DG won the championship by defeating AC Milanese DG II in the final.

                                               

1937 Emperors Cup

Keio University won the championship. Kobe University of Commerce 0-3 Keio University.

                                               

1937 Emperors Cup Final

1937 Emperors Cup Final was the 17th final of the Emperors Cup competition. The final was played at Meiji Jingu Gaien Stadium in Tokyo on June 13, 1937. Keio University won the championship.

                                               

1937–38 Hovedserien season

The 1937–38 Hovedserien season was the fourth season of ice hockey in Norway. Eight teams participated in the league, and Ski- og Fotballklubben Trygg won the championship.

                                               

1937 Paraguayan Primera Division season

The 1937 season of the Paraguayan Primera Division, the top category of Paraguayan football, was played by 11 teams. The national champions were Olimpia.

                                               

1937 Peruvian Primera Division

The 1937 season of the Primera Division Peruana, the top category of Peruvian football, was played by 10 teams. The national champions were Sport Boys. From 1931 until 1942 the points system was W:3, D:2, L:1, walk-over:0.

                                               

1938 FIFA World Cup qualification Group 3

In the 1938 FIFA World Cup qualification Group 3, the two teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The winner Poland qualified for the third FIFA World Cup held in France.

                                               

1937–38 Campeonato da Liga

The 1937–38 Campeonato da Liga was the fourth season of top-tier football in Portugal. Although the first national competition was still called Portuguese Championship, the Primeira Liga winners are considered the national champions.

                                               

1938 FIFA World Cup qualification Group 5

In the 1938 FIFA World Cup qualification Group 5, the two teams played against each once on neutral ground. The winner Switzerland qualified for the third FIFA World Cup held in France.

                                               

1937–38 Divizia B

The 1937–38 Divizia B was the fourth season of the second tier of the Romanian football league system. The format was retained, but this time both series had 12 teams and not 13. It was also decided to reduce the Division And to a single row of 1 ...

                                               

1937–38 in Swedish football

Sweden: Gustav Sjoberg - Valter Lundgren, Walter Skold - Erik Almgren, Gunnar Lofgren, Ernst Andersson - Georg Johansson, Erik "Lillis" Persson, Sven Jonasson, Lennart Bunke, Sixten Skoglund. Sweden: Gustaf Sjoberg - Walter Lundgren, Olle Kallgre ...

                                               

1937–38 Svenska Serien season

The 1937-38 Svenksa Serien season was the third season of the Svenska Serien, the top level ice hockey league in Sweden. AIK won the league for the third year in a row.

                                               

1938 Swedish Ice Hockey Championship

The 1938 Swedish Ice Hockey Championship was the 17th season of the Swedish Ice Hockey Championship, the national championship of Sweden. AIK won the championship.

                                               

1937–38 Nationalliga A season

The 1937–38 Nationalliga A season was the first season of the Nationalliga A. It replaced the Swiss National Championship Serie A as the top level of ice hockey in Switzerland. Six teams participated in the league, and HC Davos won the championship.

                                               

1937–38 Yugoslav Football Championship

The 1937–38 Yugoslav Football Championship was the 15th season of Kingdom of Yugoslavias premier football competition. It was won by Croatian side HASK.

                                               

1937–38 Yugoslav Ice Hockey League season

The 1937-38 Yugoslav Ice Hockey League season was the 2nd season of the Yugoslav Ice Hockey League. The championship was won by Ilrija, which was recognized as the best Yugoslav team at the time by the national federation.

                                               

1938–39 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team

The 1938–39 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team represented Georgetown University during the 1938-39 NCAA Division I college basketball season. Elmer Ripley, who had coached Georgetown previously from 1927 to 1929, returned for his second of th ...

                                               

1938–39 NHL season

The 1938–39 NHL season was the 22nd season of the National Hockey League. Seven teams each played 48 games. The Boston Bruins were the Stanley Cup winners as they beat the Toronto Maple Leafs four games to one in the final series.

                                               

1938 Argentine Primera Division

The 1938 Argentine Primera Division was the 47th season of top-flight football in Argentina. The season began on April 3 and ended on December 18. There were 17 teams in the tournament, and Independiente won the championship.

                                               

1938 Eastern Suburbs season

Eastern Suburbs competed in their 31st New South Wales Rugby League season in 1938. Composition: in the 1938 season included Jack Arnold, D. Bartlett, F. bell, Aidan Kearns, Steve Callaghan, John Clark, Percy Dermond, dick Dunn, Noel Hollingdale, ...

                                               

1938 NSWRFL season

The 1938 New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership was the thirty-first season of Sydney’s top-grade rugby league club competition, Australia’s first. The withdrawal of the University club at the end of the previous season saw eight teams ...

                                               

1938–39 Gauliga Ostmark

The 1938–39 Gauliga Ostmark was the inaugural season of the Gauliga Ostmark and organized by the Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund fur Leibesubungen, the Sports Office of the Third Reich. In March 1938 Nazi Germany had annexed Austria in what is ...

                                               

1938–39 in Belgian football

The 1938–39 season was the 39th season of competitive football in Belgium. R Beerschot AC won their 7th and last Premier Division title. The next season of Belgian football was interrupted due to World War II. Official competitions resumed in the ...

                                               

1939 Allan Cup

Best of 5 Port Arthur 6 Montreal 5. Port Arthur 6 Montreal 4. Montreal 6 Port Arthur 4. Port Arthur 3 Montreal 1. Port Arthur Bearcats beat the Montreal royals 3-1 in the series.

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