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The following are the association football events of the year 2011 throughout the world.

Events

Men

Women

News

North American professional expansion

In 2011, the major leagues of the men's and women's sport in the United States and Canada each added at least one new team:

2011–12 Russian Premier League

The 2011–12 season is a transitional season of the Russian Premier League, as it will stretch over 18 months instead of the conventional 12 months. The unusual length of the season is the result of the decision to adapt the playing year to an autumn-spring rhythm similar to most of the other UEFA leagues.[citation needed]

The season will comprise two phases.[1] The first phase will consist of a regular home-and-away schedule, meaning that each team will play the other teams twice for a total of 30 matches per team. The league will then be split into two groups for the second phase, where each team plays another home-and-away schedule against every other team of its respective group.

The top eight teams of the first phase will compete for the championship and the spots for both the 2012–13 Champions League and Europa League. Accordingly, the bottom eight teams will have to avoid relegation. The bottom two teams of this group will be directly relegated, while the 13th- and 14-placed teams will compete in a relegation/promotion playoff with the third- and fourth-placed teams of the 2011–12 National League Championship.[2]

Headlines

61st FIFA Congress

The 61st FIFA Congress was held in Zurich, Switzerland between 31 May and 1 June. At the congress, Sepp Blatter was re-elected as the President of FIFA.[6][7]

Continental champions

Wembley Stadium, located in London hosted the 2011 UEFA Champions League Final.

Several international continental tournaments were held to determine berths into the 2011 FIFA Club World Cup.

Most notably, FC Barcelona of Spain's La Liga won the 2011 UEFA Champions League Final against Manchester United of the English Premier League 3–1.[8] The UEFA Champions League is considered by some to be the most preeminent club competition in the World, even more so than the Club World Cup, primarily due to the financial strength of European teams in contrast to clubs in the Americas, Asia, Africa and Oceania.

Elsewhere, the 2011 CONCACAF Champions League Finals was historic in the essence that it was the first final in the modern North American champions league-era not to feature an all-Mexican final. Nevertheless, Monterrey of Mexico's Premiera Division won the 2011 title 3–2 on aggregate over Real Salt Lake of the United States' Major League Soccer.[9] Salt Lake became the first American club to reach a Champions League final, as well as the first American side to reach a top-tier North American club championship since Los Angeles Galaxy in 2000.[10]

New Zealander teams continued their dominance in the OFC Champions League as Auckland City won their second OFC Champions League honor against Amicale of Vanuatu's Premia Divisen.[11]

Al-Sadd of Qatar's Starts League won the 2011 AFC Champions League Final against Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors of the Korean K-League 2–2 (4–2 in penalties). Al-Sadd qualified for the FIFA Club World Cup for the first time after winning its second title in Asia.

On 6 November, the 2011 CAF Champions League Final will be contested between Wydad Casablanca of Morocco's Botola and Espérance Tunis of Tunisia's CLP-1. The second leg will be contested on 12 November.

List of men champions

Region Tournament Champion Title Last Honor
AFC (Asia) 2011 AFC Champions League Qatar Al-Sadd 2nd 1988–89
2011 AFC Cup Uzbekistan Nasaf Qarshi 1st N/A
2011 AFC President's Cup Chinese Taipei Taiwan Power Company 1st N/A
CAF (Africa) 2011 CAF Champions League Tunisia Espérance ST 2nd 1994
2011 CAF Confederation Cup Morocco Maghreb de Fès 1st N/A
2011 CAF Super Cup Democratic Republic of the Congo TP Mazembe 2nd 2010
CONCACAF
(North and Central America, Caribbean)
2010–11 CONCACAF Champions League Mexico Monterrey 1st N/A
2011 CFU Club Championship Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Islanders 2nd 2010
CONMEBOL (South America) 2011 Copa Libertadores Brazil Santos 3rd 1963
2011 Copa Sudamericana Chile Universidad de Chile 1st N/A
2011 Recopa Sudamericana Brazil Internacional 2nd 2007
OFC (Oceania) 2010–11 O-League New Zealand Auckland City 2nd 2009
UEFA (Europe) 2010–11 UEFA Champions League Spain Barcelona 4th 2009
2010–11 UEFA Europa League Portugal Porto 2nd 2003
2011 UEFA Super Cup Spain Barcelona 4th 2009
FIFA (Worldwide) 2011 FIFA Club World Cup Spain Barcelona 2nd 2009

Women

Region Tournament Champion Title Last honor
CONMEBOL (South America) 2011 Copa Libertadores Femenina Brazil São José 1st
UEFA (Europe) 2010–11 UEFA Women's Champions League France Olympique Lyonnais 1st

Domestic champions

AFC nations

Nation League Champion Title Last honor
Australia Australia 2010–11 A-League Brisbane Roar 1st
Bahrain Bahrain 2010–11 Bahrain First Division League Al-Muharraq 32nd 2008–09
Bangladesh Bangladesh 2010–11 Bangladesh League Sheikh Jamal 1st
Cambodia Cambodia 2011 Cambodian League Phnom Penh Crown 2nd 2010
China China 2011 Chinese Super League Guangzhou Evergrande 1st
Chinese Taipei Chinese Taipei 2011 Intercity Football League Taiwan Power Company 3rd 2010
Guam Guam 2011 Guam Men's Soccer League Cars Plus 1st
Hong Kong Hong Kong 2010–11 Hong Kong First Division League Kitchee 4th 1963–64
India India 2010–11 I-League Salgaocar 2nd 1998–99
Indonesia Indonesia 2010–11 Indonesia Super League Persipura Jayapura 2nd 2008-09
Iran Iran 2010–11 Iran Pro League Sepahan Isfahan 3rd 2009–10
Iraq Iraq 2010–11 Iraqi Premier Division Al-Zawraa 12th 2005–06
Japan Japan 2011 J. League Division 1 Kashiwa Reysol 1st
Jordan Jordan 2010–11 Jordan League Al-Wehdat 12th 2008−09
North Korea North Korea 2011 DPR Korea League April 25 13th 2010
South Korea South Korea 2011 K-League Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 2nd 2009
Kuwait Kuwait 2010–11 Kuwaiti Premier League Qadsia 14th 2009–10
Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan 2011 Kyrgyzstan League Dordoi Bishkek 7th 2009
Laos Laos 2011 Lao League Yotha F.C. 3rd 2003
Lebanon Lebanon 2010–11 Lebanese Premier League Al-Ahed 3rd 2009–10
Macau Macau 2011 Campeonato da 1ª Divisão do Futebol Ka I 2nd 2010
Malaysia Malaysia 2011 Malaysia Super League Kelantan 1st
Maldives Maldives 2011 Dhivehi League VB Sports Club 3rd 2010
Mongolia Mongolia 2011 Mongolia Premier League Ulaanbaatar 1st
Myanmar Myanmar 2011 Myanmar National League Yangon United 1st
Oman Oman 2010–11 Oman Mobile League Al-Suwaiq 2nd 2009–10
Pakistan Pakistan 2010–11 Pakistan Premier League WAPDA 8th 2008
Philippines Philippines 2011 United Football League Division 1 Philippine Air Force 2nd 2010
Qatar Qatar 2010–11 Qatar Stars League Lekhwiya 1st
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 2010–11 Saudi Professional League Al-Hilal 13th 2009–10
Singapore Singapore 2011 S.League Tampines Rovers 3rd 2005
Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2010–11 Sri Lanka Football Premier League Don Bosco 1st
Syria Syria 2010–11 Syrian Premier League
Suspended
Tajikistan Tajikistan 2011 Tajik League Istiklol 2nd 2010
Thailand Thailand 2011 Thai Premier League Buriram United 1st
Turkmenistan Turkmenistan 2011 Ýokary Liga Balkan 3rd 2010
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates 2010–11 UAE Pro-League Al Jazira 1st
Uzbekistan Uzbekistan 2011 Uzbek League Bunyodkor 4th 2010
Vietnam Vietnam 2011 V-League Sông Lam Nghệ An 3rd 2000–01
Yemen Yemen 2010–11 Yemeni League Al-Oruba Zabid 1st

CAF nations

Nation League Champion Title Last honor
Algeria Algeria 2010–11 Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1 ASO Chlef 1st
Angola Angola 2011 Girabola Recreativo do Libolo 1st
Benin Benin 2010–11 Benin Premier League
suspended
Botswana Botswana 2010–11 Botswana Premier League Township Rollers 11th 2009–10
Burkina Faso Burkina Faso 2010–11 Burkinabé Premier League ASFA Yennenga 11th 2009–10
Burundi Burundi 2010–11 Burundi Premier League Athlético Olympic FC 2nd 2004
Egypt Egypt 2010–11 Egyptian Premier League Al Ahly SC 36th 2009–10
Kenya Kenya 2011 Kenyan Premier League Tusker 9th 2007
Libya Libya 2010–11 Libyan Premier League
Abandoned due to Libyan Civil War
Mali Mali 2011 Malian Cup Cercle Olympique 3rd 2002
Morocco Morocco 2010–11 Botola Raja Casablanca 10th 2008–09
Nigeria Nigeria 2010–11 Nigeria Premier League Dolphins FC 3rd 2004
Rwanda Rwanda 2010–11 Rwanda National Football League APR 12th 2009–10
Somalia Somalia 2011 Somali League Elman 5th 2003
South Africa South Africa 2010–11 Premier Soccer League Orlando Pirates 3rd 2002–03
Sudan Sudan 2011 Sudan Premier League Al-Merrikh 13th 2008
Tunisia Tunisia 2010–11 Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 Espérance de Tunis 24th 2009–10
Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 2011 Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League Dynamos 19th 2007

CONCACAF nations

Nation League Champion Title Last Honor
Anguilla Anguilla 2010–11 AFA League Kicks United 2nd 2007
Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda 2010–11 Antigua and Barbuda Premier Division Parham FC 4th 2003
Aruba Aruba 2010–11 Aruban Division di Honor Racing Club Aruba 7th 2008
The Bahamas Bahamas 2011 BFA Senior League IM Bears FC 4th 2010
Barbados Barbados 2011 Barbados Premier Division Youth Milan 2nd 2006
Belize Belize 2010–11 Belize Premier Football League Belize Defence Force 2nd 2010
Bermuda Bermuda 2010–11 Bermudian Premier Division North Village Community Club 8th 2006
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands 2011 British Virgin Islands Championship Islanders FC 2nd 2010
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands 2010–11 Cayman Islands League Elite SC 2nd 2009
Costa Rica Costa Rica 2011 Verano[A] Alajuelense 25th 2004–05
2011 Invierno[B] 26th 2011 Invierno
Cuba Cuba 2010–11 Campeonato Nacional de Fútbol de Cuba Villa Clara 11th 2004
Curaçao Curaçao 2010–11 Curaçao Sekshon Pagá Hubentut Fortuna 3rd 2009–10
Dominica Dominica 2010–11 Dominica Premier League Competition not held
Dominican Republic Dominican Republic 2011 Primera División de República Dominicana Competition not held
El Salvador El Salvador 2011 Clausura[C] Alianza 10th 2004
2011 Apertura[D] Isidro Metapán 6th 2010
French Guiana French Guiana 2010–11 French Guiana Championnat National Matoury 3rd 2006
Grenada Grenada 2011 Grenada Premier Division Hard Rock FC 1st
Guadeloupe Guadeloupe 2010–11 Guadeloupe Division d'Honneur Moulien 3rd 2009
Guatemala Guatemala 2010–11 Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Guatemala Comunicaciones 24th[E] 2008
Guyana Guyana 2011 GFF National Super League Alpha United 3rd 2010
Haiti Haiti 2010–11 1. Ligue Haïtienne Aigle Noir 4th 1970
Honduras Honduras 2010–11 Honduran Liga Nacional Olimpia 23rd 2010
Jamaica Jamaica 2010–11 National Premier League Tivoli Gardens 5th 2009
Martinique Martinique 2010–11 Martinique Championnat National Club Colonial 19th 1972
Mexico Mexico 2011 Clausura[F] UNAM 7th 2009
2011 Apertura[G] UANL 3rd 1981–82
Montserrat Montserrat 2011 Montserrat Championship Competition not held
Nicaragua Nicaragua 2011 Clausura[H] Real Estelí 10th 2010
2011 Apertura[I] Real Estelí 11th 2011
Panama Panama 2011 Clausura[J] San Francisco 7th 2009
2011 Apertura[K] Chorrillo 1st
Saint Kitts and Nevis St. Kitts and Nevis 2010–11 SKNFA Premier League St Paul's United 3rd 2009
Saint Lucia St. Lucia 2011 Saint Lucia Gold Division VSADC 7th 2002
Collectivity of Saint Martin St. Martin 2010–11 Saint-Martin Championships Junior Stars 11th 2003
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines St. Vincent and the Grenadines 2010–11 NLA Premier League Avenues United 2nd 2010
Sint Maarten Sint Maarten 2010–11 Sint Maarten League Competition not held
Suriname Suriname 2010–11 Hoofdklasse Inter Moengotapoe 3rd 2008
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 2010–11 TT Pro League Defence Force 21st 1999
Turks and Caicos Islands Turks and Caicos Islands 2010–11 MFL League Provopool FC 1st
United States United States and Canada Canada 2011 Major League Soccer Los Angeles Galaxy 3rd 2005
United States Virgin Islands U.S. Virgin Islands 2010–11 U.S. Virgin Islands Championship Competition not held

CONMEBOL nations

Nation League Champion Title Last Honor
Argentina Argentina 2010–11 Torneo Clausura Vélez Sársfield 8th 2009 Clausura
2011–12 Torneo Apertura Boca Juniors 30th 2008 Apertura
Bolivia Bolivia 2011 Liga de Fútbol Profesional Boliviano Bolívar 17th 2009 Clausura
Brazil Brazil 2011 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Corinthians 5th 2005
Chile Chile 2011 Torneo Apertura Universidad de Chile 13th 2009 Apertura
2011 Torneo Clausura 14th 2011 Apertura
Colombia Colombia 2011 Torneo Apertura Atlético Nacional 11th 2007 Finalización
2011 Torneo Finalización Junior 7th 2010 Apertura
Ecuador Ecuador 2011 Campeonato Ecuatoriano de Fútbol Serie A Deportivo Quito 5th 2009
Paraguay Paraguay 2011 Torneo Apertura Nacional (Paraguay) 8th 2009 Clausura
2011 Torneo Clausura Olimpia 39th 2000
Peru Peru 2011 Torneo Descentralizado Juan Aurich 1st
Uruguay Uruguay 2010–11 Uruguayan Primera División Nacional (Uruguay) 43rd 2008–09
Venezuela Venezuela 2010–11 Venezuelan Primera División Deportivo Táchira 7th 2007–08

OFC nations

UEFA nations

Nation League Champion Title Last Honor Ref.
Albania Albania 2010–11 Albanian Superliga Skënderbeu Korçë 2nd 1933 [12]
Andorra Andorra 2010–11 Primera Divisió FC Santa Coloma 6th 2009–10 [13]
Armenia Armenia 2011 Armenian Premier League Ulisses 1st
Austria Austria 2010–11 Austrian Football Bundesliga Sturm Graz 3rd 1998–99
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 2010–11 Azerbaijan Premier League Neftchi Baku 6th 2004–05
Belarus Belarus 2011 Belarusian Premier League BATE Borisov 8th 2010
Belgium Belgium 2010–11 Jupiler League Genk 3rd 2001–02
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 2010–11 Premijer Liga Borac Banja Luka 1st
Bulgaria Bulgaria 2010–11 A PFG Litex Lovech 4th 2009–10
Croatia Croatia 2010–11 Prva HNL Dinamo Zagreb 13th[A] 2009–10
Cyprus Cyprus 2010–11 Cypriot First Division APOEL 21st 2008–09
Czech Republic Czech Republic 2010–11 Gambrinus liga Viktoria Plzeň 1st
Denmark Denmark 2010–11 Danish Superliga Copenhagen 9th 2009–10
England England 2010–11 Premier League Manchester United 19th[B] 2008–09
Estonia Estonia 2011 Meistriliiga Flora Tallinn 9th 2010
Faroe Islands Faroe Islands 2011 Vodafonedeildin B36 Tórshavn 8th 2005
Finland Finland 2011 Veikkausliiga HJK Helsinki 24th 2010
France France 2010–11 Ligue 1 Lille 3rd 1953–54
Georgia (country) Georgia 2010–11 Umaglesi Liga Zestafoni 1st
Germany Germany 2010–11 Fußball-Bundesliga Borussia Dortmund 7th 2001–02
Greece Greece 2010–11 Superleague Greece Olympiacos 38th 2008–09
Hungary Hungary 2010–11 NB I Videoton 1st
Iceland Iceland 2011 Úrvalsdeild KR Reykjavík 25th 2003
Republic of Ireland Ireland 2011 League of Ireland Shamrock Rovers 17th 2010
Israel Israel 2010–11 Israeli Premier League Maccabi Haifa 12th[C] 2008–09
Italy Italy 2010–11 Serie A Milan 18th 2003–04
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 2011 Kazakhstan Premier League Shakhter Karagandy 1st
Latvia Latvia 2011 Latvian Higher League Ventspils 4th 2008
Lithuania Lithuania 2011 A Lyga Ekranas 6th[D] 2010
Luxembourg Luxembourg 2010–11 Luxembourg National Division F91 Dudelange 9th 2008–09
Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 2010–11 Macedonian Prva Liga Škendija 1st
Malta Malta 2010–11 Maltese Premier League Valletta 20th 2007–08
Moldova Moldova 2010–11 Moldovan National Division Dacia Chişinău 1st
Montenegro Montenegro 2010–11 Montenegrin First League Mogren 2nd 2008–09
Netherlands Netherlands 2010–11 Eredivisie Ajax 30th 2003–04
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 2010–11 IFA Premiership Linfield 50th 2009–10
Norway Norway 2011 Tippeligaen Molde 1st
Poland Poland 2010–11 Ekstraklasa Wisła Kraków 14th 2008–09
Portugal Portugal 2010–11 Primeira Liga Porto 25th 2008–09
Romania Romania 2010–11 Liga I Oţelul Galaţi 1st
Russia Russia
Did not held
San Marino San Marino 2010–11 Campionato Sammarinese di Calcio Tre Fiori 7th 2009–10
Scotland Scotland 2010–11 Scottish Premier League Rangers 54th 2009–10
Serbia Serbia 2010–11 Serbian Superliga Partizan 4th 2009–10
Slovakia Slovakia 2010–11 Slovak Superliga Slovan Bratislava 10th 2008–09
Slovenia Slovenia 2010–11 Slovenian PrvaLiga Maribor 9th 2008–09
Spain Spain 2010–11 La Liga Barcelona 21st 2009–10
Sweden Sweden 2011 Allsvenskan Helsingborg 7th 1999
Switzerland Switzerland 2010–11 Swiss Super League Basel 14th 2009–10
Turkey Turkey 2010–11 Süper Lig Fenerbahçe 18th 2010–11
Ukraine Ukraine 2010-11 Ukrainian Premier League Shakhtar Donetsk 6th 2009–10
Wales Wales 2010–11 Welsh Premier League Bangor City 3rd 1994–95

Cup champions

AFC

Nation Domestic Cup Winner Runner-up Title Last Honor
China China 2011 Chinese FA Cup Tianjin Teda Shandong Luneng Taishan 1st
Guam Guam 2011 Guam FA Cup Quality Distributors Cars Plus FC 3rd 2009
Japan Japan 2011 Emperor's Cup FC Tokyo Kyoto Sanga 1st
2011 J.League Cup Kashima Antlers Urawa Red Diamonds 4th 2002
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 2010–11 Saudi Crown Prince Cup Al-Hilal Al-Wehda 10th 2009–10
South Korea South Korea 2011 Korean FA Cup Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma Suwon Samsung Bluewings 2nd 1999

CAF

Nation Domestic Cup Winner Runner-up Title Last Honor
Benin Benin 2011 Benin Cup Dragons de l'Ouémé Association Sportive Oussou Saka 6th 2006
Burkina Faso Burkina Faso 2011 Coupe de Faso Étoile Filante Ouagadougou AS SONABEL 20th 2008
Burundi Burundi 2011 Coupe du Président de la République LLB Académic Athlético Olympic FC 1st
Egypt Egypt 2010–11 Egypt Cup ENPPI Zamalek 2nd 2004–05
Mali Mali 2011 Malian Cup Cercle Olympique Stade Malien 3rd 2002
Nigeria Nigeria 2011 Nigeria Federation Cup Heartland F.C. Enyimba F.C. 1st
Kenya Kenya 2011 FKF Cup Gor Mahia Sofapaka 9th 2008
Rwanda Rwanda 2011 Rwandan Cup APR Police FC Kibungo 6th 2010
South Africa South Africa 2010–11 Nedbank Cup Orlando Pirates Black Leopards 7th 1996

CONCACAF

Nation Domestic Cup Winner Runner-up Title Last Honor
Canada Canada 2011 Canadian Championship Toronto FC Vancouver Whitecaps 3rd 2010
Suriname Suriname 2010–11 Surinamese Cup SV Notch Walking Boyz Company 1st
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 2010–11 Trinidad and Tobago FA Trophy San Juan Jabloteh North East Stars 3rd 2005
United States United States 2011 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Seattle Sounders Chicago Fire 3rd 2010

CONMEBOL

Nation Domestic Cup Winner Runner-up Title Last Honor
Brazil Brazil 2011 Copa do Brasil Vasco da Gama Coritiba 1st
Chile Chile 2011 Copa Chile Universidad Católica Magallanes 4th 1995
Colombia Colombia 2011 Copa Colombia Millonarios Boyacá Chicó 2nd 1963
Peru Peru 2011 Torneo Intermedio José Gálvez Sport Áncash 1st
Venezuela Venezuela 2011 Copa Venezuela AC Mineros Trujillanos FC 2nd 1985

OFC

Nation Domestic Cup Winner Runner-up Title Last Honor
New Zealand New Zealand 2011 Chatham Cup Wairarapa United Napier City Rovers 1st

UEFA

Nation Domestic Cup Winner Runner-up Title Last Honor
Albania Albania 2010–11 Albanian Cup Tirana Dinamo Tirana 14th 2005–06
Austria Austria 2010–11 Austrian Cup SV Ried Austria Lustenau 2nd 1997–98
Belgium Belgium 2010–11 Belgian Cup Standard Liège Westerlo 6th 1992–93
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 2010–11 Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup Željezničar Čelik 4th 2002–03
Bulgaria Bulgaria 2010–11 Bulgarian Cup CSKA Sofia Slavia Sofia 19th 2005–06
Croatia Croatia 2010–11 Croatian Football Cup Dinamo Zagreb Varaždin 11th 2008–09
Czech Republic Czech Republic 2010–11 Czech Cup Mladá Boleslav Sigma Olomouc 1st
Denmark Denmark 2010–11 Danish Cup FC Nordsjælland FC Midtjylland 2nd 2009–10
England England 2010–11 FA Cup Manchester City Stoke City 5th 1968–69
2010–11 Football League Cup Birmingham City Arsenal 2nd 1962–63
Finland Finland 2011 Finnish Cup HJK Helsinki KuPS Kuopio 11th 2008
France France 2010–11 Coupe de France Lille Paris Saint-Germain 6th 1954–55
2010–11 Coupe de la Ligue Marseille Montpellier 3rd 2009–10
Germany Germany 2010–11 DFB-Pokal Schalke 04 MSV Duisberg 5th 2001–02
Greece Greece 2010–11 Greek Cup AEK Athens Atromitos 14th 2001–02
Hungary Hungary 2010–11 Magyar Kupa Kecskemét Videoton 1st
Republic of Ireland Ireland 2011 FAI Cup Sligo Rovers Shelbourne 4th 2010
2011 League of Ireland Cup Derry City Cork City 10th 2008
Italy Italy 2010–11 Coppa Italia Internazionale Palermo 7th 2009–10
Liechtenstein Lichtenstein 2010–11 Liechtenstein Cup FC Vaduz USV Eschen/Mauren 39th 2009–10
Montenegro Montenegro 2010–11 Montenegrin Cup FK Rudar Mogren 3rd 2009–10
Netherlands Netherlands 2010–11 KNVB Cup Twente Ajax 3rd 2000–01
Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 2010–11 Irish Cup Linfield Crusaders 41st 2009–10
2010–11 Irish League Cup Lisburn Distillery Portadown 1st
Norway Norway 2011 Norwegian Cup Aalesund Brann 2nd 2009
Poland Poland 2010–11 Polish Cup Legia Warsaw Lech Poznań 14th 2007–08
Portugal Portugal 2010–11 Taça de Portugal Porto Vitória de Guimarães 16th 2009–10
2010–11 Taça da Liga Benfica Paços de Ferreira 3rd 2009–10
Romania Romania 2010–11 Cupa României Steaua București Dinamo București 21st 1998–99
Russia Russia 2010–11 Russian Cup CSKA Moscow Alania Vladikavkaz 11th 2008–09
Scotland Scotland 2010–11 Scottish Cup Celtic Motherwell 35th 2006–07
2010–11 Scottish League Cup Rangers Celtic 27th 2009–10
Serbia Serbia 2010–11 Serbian Cup Partizan Vojvodina 3rd 2008–09
Slovakia Slovakia 2010–11 Slovak Cup Slovan Bratislava Žilina 12th 2009–10
Slovenia Slovenia 2010–11 Slovenian Cup Domžale Maribor 1st
Spain Spain 2010–11 Copa del Rey Real Madrid Barcelona 18th 1992–93
Sweden Sweden 2011 Svenska Cupen Helsingborgs Kalmar 5th 2010
Switzerland Switzerland 2010–11 Swiss Cup FC Sion Neuchâtel Xamax 12th 2008–09
Turkey Turkey 2010–11 Turkish Cup Beşiktaş İstanbul Başakşehir 9th 2008–09
Ukraine Ukraine 2010–11 Ukrainian Cup Shakhtar Donetsk Dynamo Kyiv 7th 2007–08
Wales Wales 2010–11 Welsh Cup Llanelli Town Bangor City 1st
2010–11 Welsh League Cup The New Saints Llanelli 5th 2009–10

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Footnotes

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