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IFA Shield

IFA Shield
Founded 1893
Region India (Indian Football Association)
Number of teams 8
Current champions Mohammedan Sporting
Most successful team(s) East Bengal
Website IFA SHIELD
2014 IFA Shield

The IFA Shield is an annual football competition organized by the Indian Football Association. The first Indian club to win this prestigious tournament was Mohun Bagan Athletic Club in 1911 when they beat East Yorkshire Regiment 2–1.

Results of IFA Shield

Year Winner Score Runner-up Status
2015 United Sports Club U-19
2014 Mohammedan Sporting Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi
2013 Prayag United East Bengal
2012 East Bengal Prayag United
2011 Churchill Brothers Mohun Bagan
2010 Tournament not held
2009 Churchill Brothers Mohun Bagan
2008 Mahindra United 3–1 Santos FC
2007 Tournament not held
2006 Mahindra United 1–0 Mohun Bagan
2005 FC Bayern Munich II 5–1 Eveready
2004 Myanmar F.R F.C 0–0; 1–1; 4–2(pen) Mohun Bagan
2003 Mohun Bagan 0–0; 5–3(pen) East Bengal
2002 East Bengal 0–0; 5–4(pen) Churchill Brothers
2001 East Bengal 0–1 Palmeiras Abandoned after 35 minutes as Palmeiras started a brawl on the pitch, match cancelled. Palmeiras have been scratched from the record books.
2000 East Bengal 1–1; 4–1(pen) Mohun Bagan
1999 Mohun Bagan 1–0 Tollygunge Agragami
1998 Mohun Bagan 2–1 East Bengal
1997 East Bengal 3–2 FC Kochin
1996 JCT MIlls 1–0 Karkh Club
1995 East Bengal 1–1; 3–1(pen) Dhaka Mohammedan Sporting
1994 East Bengal 2–1 Mohun Bagan
1993 FC Pakhtakor Tashkent 1–1; 5–4(pen) FC Irtysh Pavlodar
1992 Tournament Not Held
1991 East Bengal 3–1 Army XI
1990 East Bengal 1–0 Mohammedan Sporting Abandoned midway as Mohammedan Sporting refused to continue.
1989 Mohun Bagan 1–0 Tata Football Academy
1988 Tournament Not Held
1987 Mohun Bagan 1–0 Punjab Police
1986 East Bengal 0–0; 4–2(pen) Mohun Bagan
1985 Peñarol 1–0 Shaktyar
1984 East Bengal 1–0 Mohun Bagan
1983 East Bengal and

Aryan

0–0 Joint winners
1982 Mohun Bagan 2–1 Mohammedan Sporting
1981 East Bengal and

Mohun Bagan

2–2 Joint winners
1980 Tournament abandoned
1979 Mohun Bagan 1–0 East Bengal
1978 Mohun Bagan and

FC Ararat Yerevan

2–2 Joint winners
1977 Mohun Bagan 1–0 East Bengal
1976 East Bengal and

Mohun Bagan

0–0 Joint winners
1975 East Bengal 5–0 Mohun Bagan
1974 East Bengal 1–0 Mohun Bagan
1973 East Bengal 3–1 Pyongyang City Sports Club
1972 East Bengal 0–0; 0–1 Mohun Bagan Abandoned due to rain during the replay. Mohun Bagan refused to play again and were scratched.
1971 Mohammedan Sporting 2–0 Tollygunge Agragami
1970 East Bengal 1–0 PAS Tehran
1969 Mohun Bagan 3–1 East Bengal
1968 Abandoned due to court injunction
1967 East Bengal and

Mohun Bagan

0–0 Final remained incomplete
1966 East Bengal 1–0 Bengal Nagpur Railway
1965 East Bengal Mohun Bagan
1964 Mohun Bagan and

East Bengal

1–1 Final abandoned.
1963 Bengal Nagpur Railway 1–0 Mohammedan Sporting
1962 Mohun Bagan 3–1 Hyderabad XI
1961 East Bengal and

Mohun Bagan

0–0 Joint winners
1960 Mohun Bagan 1–0 Indian Navy
1959 Abandoned due to dispute over date of finals
1958 East Bengal 1–1; 1–0 Mohun Bagan
1957 Mohammedan Sporting 3–0 Railway Sports Club
1956 Mohun Bagan 4–0 Aryan
1955 Rajasthan Club 1–0 Aryans Football Club
1954 Mohun Bagan 1–0 Hyderabad Sporting
1953 Indian Culture League 0–0; 0–0; 1–1 East Bengal
1952 Mohun Bagan vs

Rajasthan Club

0–0; 2–2 Abandoned
1951 East Bengal 0–0; 2–0 Mohun Bagan
1950 East Bengal 3–0 SSCB
1949 East Bengal 2–0 Mohun Bagan
1948 Mohun Bagan 1–1; 2–1 Bhawanipore
1947 Mohun Bagan 1–0 East Bengal
1946 Tournament not held
1945 East Bengal 1–0 Mohun Bagan
1944 Eastern Bengal Railway 1–0 East Bengal
1943 East Bengal 3–0 Police AC
1942 Mohammedan Sporting 1–0 East Bengal
1941 Mohammedan Sporting 2–0 King's Own Scottish Borderers
1940 Aryans Football Club 4–1 Mohun Bagan
1939 Police AC 2–1 Calcutta Customs
1938 East Yorkshire Regiment 1–1; 1–1; 2–0 Mohammedan Sporting
1937 6th Fire Brigade 4–1 Police AC
1936 Mohammedan Sporting 0–0; 0–0; 2–1 Calcutta FC
1935 East Yorkshire Regiment 1–0 Royal Regiment
1934 KRR 2–1 Durham Light Infantry
1933 Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 2–1 King's Royal Rifles
1932 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment 2–1 Seaforth Highlanders
1931 Highland Light Infantry 1–1; 2–1 Durham Light Infantry
1930 Seaforth Highlanders 3–0 Royal Regiment
1929 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles 2–0 Rangoon Customs
1928 Sherwood Foresters 2–0 Dalhousie AC
1927 Sherwood Foresters 2–0 Dalhousie AC
1926 Sherwood Foresters 5–1 Cheshire Regiment
1925 2nd Battalion RS Fuliliers 5–1 Cheshire Regiment
1924 Calcutta FC 5–1 23 brigade REA
1923 Calcutta FC 3–0 Mohun Bagan
1922 Calcutta FC 1–0 Dalhousie AC
1921 3rd Battalion Brecknockshire 3–1 Calcutta FC
1920 Black Watch 2–0 Kumartuli
1919 1st Battalion Brecknockshire 3–1 Calcutta FC
1918 Training Reserve Battalion 1–0 Signal Service Depot
1917 10th Middlesex 2–0 Brecknockshire Regiment
1916 North Staffordshire Regiment 2–1 Calcutta FC
1915 Calcutta FC 0–0; 3–0 Calcutta Customs
1914 King's Own Regiment 1–0 Calcutta FC
1913 Royal Irish Rifles 2–0 91st Highlanders
1912 Royal Irish Rifles 1–0 Black Watch
1911 Mohun Bagan 2–1 East Yorkshire Regiment
1910 Gordon Highlanders 0–0; 3–0 Calcutta FC
1909 Gordon Highlanders 0–0; 3–0 Calcutta Customs
1908 Gordon Highlanders 2–0 Calcutta Customs
1907 Highland Light Infantry 0–0; 1–0 Calcutta FC
1906 Calcutta FC 1–0 Highland Light Infantry
1905 Dalhousie AC 4–3 Calcutta FC
1904 Calcutta FC 1–0 King's Own Royal
1903 Calcutta FC 0–0; 1–1; 2–1 King's Own Scottish Borderers
1902 93 Highlanders 3–0 Dalhousie AC
1901 Royal Irish Rifles 4–0 Black Watch
1900 Calcutta FC 0–0; 6–0 Dalhousie AC
1899 South Lancashire Regiment 2–0 Barrackpore Artillery
1898 Gloucestershire Regiment 1–0 42nd Highlanders
1897 Dalhousie AC 4–0 31st Field Battery
1896 Calcutta FC 3–0 King's Shropshire Light Infantry
1895 Royal Welch Fusiliers 1–0 King's Shropshire Light Infantry
1894 Royal Irish Rifles 2–0 Rifle Brigade
1893 Royal Irish Rifles 1–0 W.D.R.A.

IFA Shield now u-19 Standings==References==

External links

  • IndianFootball.Com - India's premier football site
  • India - List of IFA Shield Finals, RSSSF.com
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