The Anglo-Italian Copa, the international trophy that lasted almost 30 years
The Anglo-Italian Copa It is a trophy of those that the great public that fans of football do not know and that although it was being disputed 26 years, few people not to say almost nobody knows. A tournament that faced between 1970 Y 1996 to various English and Italian teams, professionals first, then semi-professionals and that in its last editions again faced professional teams.
The Rome, the set with the greatest history and level that has won it
Roma despite being one of the oldest teams in history, does not have official international titles despite winning the Fairs Cup and this cup, both lacking official status before UEFA. The Romans are the club with the greatest substance to have conquered this almost unknown Anglo-Italian Cup. It was in the edition of 1972 when he beat English Blackpool. Another team with a certain name that also added it to their achievements was the Newcastle who got it in 1973 by beating Fiorentina.
Between 1976 Y 1992 He was semi-professional and had different names
Between 1970 Y 1976 and between 1992 Y 1996 the tournament was called Anglo-Italian Copa and professional teams of different categories from England and Italy participated in it. However between 1976 Y 1992, hosted matches between semi-professional teams and had different names such as Anglo-Italian Semi-Professional Cup, Alitalia Challenge Cup, Talbot Challenge Cup and In memory of Gigi Peronace.
Winners of the Anglo-Italian Cup
|1970||Swindon Town FC||SSC Napoles|
|Anglo-Italian semiprofesional cup|
|Alitalia Challenge Cup|
|Talbot Challenge Cup|
|1981||Modena Football Club||Poole Town|
|In memory of Gigi Peronace|
|1982||Modena Football Club||Sutton United|
|1984||Weather in Francavilla||Teramo|