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Carabao Cup (EFL Cup): List of all winners

Published at :February 25, 2024 at 11:27 PM
Modified at :February 25, 2024 at 11:28 PM
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Liverpool are the most successful club in the competition’s history

After the FA Cup, the EFL Cup is regarded as the second-most significant domestic cup competition for English football clubs. It was first held in 1960.

The 72 English Football League members as well as the 20 Premier League members are eligible to participate in the competition. The competition’s first six championship finals consisted of two legs, one played at the stadium of each competing team.

Aston Villa won the inaugural Football League Cup after defeating Rotherham United 3-2 overall despite dropping the first leg 2-0. At Wembley Stadium in London, Queens Park Rangers defeated West Bromwich Albion 3-2 in the competition’s inaugural single-legged final.

In the meantime, the competition’s championship game had also been changed; it would now take place over one leg at Wembley Stadium.

The competition’s champions received automatic entry to the UEFA Cup in the late 1960s. has the potential for European football.

Liverpool made yet another record in English football. The Reds became the first team in the competition’s history to reach double figures for EFL Cup/Carabao Cup title wins. Jurgen Klopp’s men secured a 1-0 win over Chelsea in the 2023-24 final.

Winners of the EFL Cup

1961- Aston Villa

1962 – Norwich City

1963 – Birmingham City

1964 – Leicester City

1965 – Chelsea

1966 – West Bromwich Albion

1967 – Queens Park Rangers

1968 – Leeds United

1969 – Swindon Town

1970 – Manchester City

1971 – Tottenham Hostspur

1972 – Stoke City

1973 – Tottenham Hotspur

1974 – Wolverhampton Wanderers

1975 – Aston Villa

1976 – Manchester City

1977 – Aston Villa

1978 – Nottingham Forrest

1979 – Nottingham Forrest

1980 – Wolverhampton Wanderers

1981 – Liverpool

1982 – Liverpool

1983 – Liverpool

1984 – Liverpool

1985 – Norwich City

1986 – Oxford United

1987 – Arsenal

1988 – Luton Town

1989 – Nottingham Forrest

1990 – Nottingham Forrest

1991 – Sheffield Wednesday

1992 – Manchester United

1993 – Arsenal

1994 – Aston Villa

1995 – Liverpool

1996 – Aston Villa

1997 – Leicester City

1998 – Chelsea

1999 – Tottenham Hotspur

2000 – Leicester City

2001 – Liverpool

2002 – Blackburn Rovers

2003 – Liverpool

2004 – Middlesbrough

2005 – Chelsea

2006 – Manchester United

2007 – Chelsea

2008 – Tottenham Hotspur

2009 – Manchester United

2010 – Manchester United

2011 – Birmingham City

2012 – Liverpool

2013 – Swansea City

2014 – Manchester City

2015 – Chelsea

2016 – Manchester City

2017 – Manchester United

2018 – Manchester City

2019 – Manchester City

2020 – Manchester City

2021 – Manchester City

2022 – Liverpool

2023 – Manchester United

2024 – Liverpool

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