Albena Cup

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The Albena Cup was an invitational competition for women's football (soccer) teams held in Albena, Bulgaria. Contested by both clubs and national teams, it was originally named Grand Hotel Varna Tournament and the first two editions were held indoor.[1]

List of finals[edit]

Year Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Score 4th
1988 Norway Norway ?–? Hungary Renova Budapest Germany TSV Siegen 1–0 Bulgaria Akademik Sofia
1989 Norway Norway ?–? Hungary Renova Budapest Poland Poland 1–0 Bulgaria Bulgaria
1990 China China 2–0 France France Canada Canada 5–0 Soviet Union Soviet Union
1991 United States United States 5–0 Soviet Union Soviet Union France France 3–0 Poland Poland
1992 Sweden Sweden U-20 R. Robin North Korea North Korea Hungary Hungary R. Robin Spain Spain
1994 Bulgaria Grand Hotel Varna 1–0 Romania Romania Latvia Latvia 1–1 (shared) Norway Norway U-20
1995 Sweden Sweden U-20 1–0 Ukraine Ukraine Spain Spain 4–2 Russia Russia
1999 Russia Russia 3–0 Scotland Scotland North Korea North Korea 2–1 Ukraine Ukraine
2000 Ukraine Ukraine 0–0 (5–3 p) Scotland Scotland Bulgaria Bulgaria 0–0 (4–3 p) Russia Russia
2001 Russia Russia 0–0 (5–3 p) North Korea North Korea Bulgaria Bulgaria 3–1 Russia Russia U-20
2002 North Korea North Korea 3–0 Russia Russia Ukraine Ukraine 3–1 Romania Romania
2003 Russia Ryazan VDV 1–1 (4–2 p) Russia Russia Romania Romania 1–1 (3–2 p) Greece Greece
2004 Russia Russia 2–0 Russia Ryazan VDV Russia Nadezhda Noginsk 2–0 Kazakhstan Alma-KTZh
2005 Russia WFC Rossiyanka R. Robin Ukraine Ukraine Russia Ryazan VDV
2006 Russia WFC Rossiyanka R. Robin Russia Ryazan VDV Ukraine Ukraine R. Robin Bulgaria Bulgaria
2008 Bulgaria Bulgaria R. Robin Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Armenia Armenia

Other contestants[edit]