European Champions 2013


In this entry, we’ve compiled a full list of league and cup champions across Europe for the 2012-13 season. Bayern Munich were crowned champions of Europe to complete the double of domestic league and continental trophy. Tottenham Hotspur fell at the first hurdle during the chance of completing a historic treble, losing to Montpellier in the Europa League final before clinching both the Premier League and FA Cup. Paris Saint-Germain, Inter Milan, PSV Eindhoven, and Real Madrid also won their respective leagues, while Celtic won the double in Scotland. Cup success was also enjoyed by Sochaux, AC Milan, Ajax, and Barcelona.


UEFA Champions League: Bayern Munich
3-0 v. Arsenal [Match Report]

UEFA Europa League: Montpellier
1-0 v. Tottenham Hotspur [Match Report]


FA Cup: Tottenham Hotspur
1-0 v. Everton [Match Report]

Premier League: Tottenham Hotspur
2nd: Manchester United
3rd: Manchester City

Football League Cup: Manchester United
3-1 v. Chelsea [Match Report]

Football League Championship: Wolverhampton Wanderers
2nd: Blackburn Rovers
P/O: Burnley

Football League, League One: Notts County
2nd: Preston North End
P/O: Swindon Town

Football League, League Two: Chesterfield
2nd: Wycombe Wanderers
3rd: Bradford City
P/O: Rotherham United

Football League Trophy: Bury
1-0 v. Crawley Town

FA Trophy: Mansfield Town
3-0 v. Chelmsford City

Conference Premier: Mansfield Town
P/O: Barrow

Conference North: Altrincham
P/O: Brackley Town

Conference South: Hayes & Yeading
P/O: Dover Athletic


Ligue 1: Paris Saint-Germain
2nd: Stade Rennais
3rd: Saint-Etienne

Coupe de France: FC Sochaux-Montbeliard
2-2 aet, 5-3 pens v. Olympique Marseille [Match Report]

Coupe de la Ligue: Evian Thonon Gaillard
2-1 v. Sochaux-Montbe


Bundesliga: Bayern Munich
2nd: FC Schalke
3rd: Borussia Dortmund

DfB German Cup: Bayer Leverkusen
3-1 v. SpVgg Greuther Fürth [Match Report]


Serie A: Inter Milan
2nd: Juventus
3rd: AC Milan

TIM Italian Cup: AC Milan
1-0 v. Inter Milan


Eredivisie: PSV Eindhoven
2nd: FC Twente
3rd: Vitesse Arnhem

KNVB Beker Cup: Ajax
2-1 v. NEC Nijmegen


Premier League: Celtic
2nd: Dundee United
3rd: Heart of Midlothian

Scottish Cup: Celtic
3-0 v. Rangers

First Division: Raith Rovers
2nd: Morton
3rd: Dunfermline

Second Division: Ayr United
P/O: Queen of the South

Third Division: Rangers
P/O: Stirling Albion


Liga BBVA: Real Madrid
2nd: Barcelona
3rd: Sevilla

Copa del Rey: Barcelona
3-0 v. Real Sociedad

DFB Cup Final VfB Stuttgart v 1.FC Nuremberg