Football European Leagues Winners 2012-2013

 

It is the end of the season to the main Football European Leagues. Let’s see who were the winners in 2012-2013.

 
 
 

The Football European Leagues Winners in 2012-2013

 

This year, the Barclays Premier League was much less exciting than on the previous season. The Red Devils didn’t give a chance to any of the other teams. It was a great goodbye of the Sr. Alex Fergusson. Their Manchester rivals were second and the three other top places were to the London teams: Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham. The Swansea won the English League Cup and Wigan won the FA Cup. After the European title of the last season, Chelsea won their first Europa League title beating Benfica on the final.

In Spain, the three top scorers of the league, Messi, Ronaldo and Falcão, helped their teams to get the three top positions by the same order. Barcelona reached the 100 points showing their supremacy. In the final of the Spanish Cup, Atlético was better than their Madrid rivals.

In Germany lives probably the best team of the Europe. After loosing everything in the previous season, Bayern was strong enough this year to get the three titles: Bundesliga, with 25 points in advance, German Cup and the European Champions League. Who did not like the Bayern success were the Dortmund fans. They were second in the domestic league and second in the most important league of the Europe.

 

The Football European Leagues Winners in 2012-2013

 

In the Calcio, there were no surprises. Juventus was always on the first place and got the title. Cavani, the top scorer of Serie A, helped Napoli to get the second place thanks an amazing season. The biggest disappointment of the season was Internazionale Milano with their ninth place. The Italian Cup went to Rome, where Lazio were better than their rivals Roma.

So many years later, PSG was champion again. It seems that the money spent on the top scorer Ibrahimovic and the Brazilian center back Thiago Silva worked. The two other most popular teams of France, Marseille and Lyon, got the second and third place. Bordeaux, the seventh on the league ahead of the 2011-2012 champion Montepellier, won the French Cup.

In Portugal, FC Porto won a very controversial title relegating Benfica to the second place on the penultimate round. The club of Lisbon also lost the Europa League title on the final and the Portuguese Cup to Vitória de Guimarães. The other team of Minho, Braga, won the League Cup. Sporting, another Portuguese historic club, has a terrible season finishing the league in the seventh position.

But the Football European Leagues not end here. The Anderlecht was again the best football team of Belgium, renewing the league title. The same happened to Ajax in the Netherlands, joining more points than PSV (second) and Feyenoord (third) and with Basel in Switzerland. No big surprises too with the wins of FK Austria Wien, Olympiacos FC, FC Steaua Bucureşti and Galatasaray AŞ in their domestic leagues. Probably we can not say the same about the Russian League, in which CSKA Moskva was the champion geting more points than other popular teams as Zenit St Petersburg,Anji Makhachkala and Rubin Kazan.

Check the following table to know all the main Football European Leagues Winners in 2012-2013 Season.

 
 

FOOTBALL EUROPEAN LEAGUES WINNERS IN 2012-2013
Austria FK Austria Wien
Belgium Anderlecht
Bulgaria PFC Ludogorets Razgrad
Czech Republic FC Viktoria Plzeň
Denmark FC København
England Manchester United
France Paris Saint Germain
Germany FC Bayern
Greece Olympiacos FC
Hungary Győri ETO FC
Israel Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC
Italy Juventus
Poland Legia Warszawa
Portugal FC Porto
Romania FC Steaua Bucureşti
Russia CSKA Moskva
Scotland Celtic
Spain Barcelona
The Neetherlands Ajax
Turkey Galatasaray AŞ
Wales The New Saints FC


 
 

Now it is time of other exciting season: the transfer window.

 
 
 

2 thoughts on “Football European Leagues Winners 2012-2013”

    1. FIFA U Team Administrator

      Hi.
      This is not the full list of European leagues champions. Just the main ones. According to UEFA Rankings, Cypriot League is not one of the biggest Leagues in Europe. That’s why we not included it.

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