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1993–94 Mexican Primera Division season

It was contested by 20 teams, and Tecos won the championship. Toros Neza was promoted from the Segunda division. The team began the season at Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl, however, the use of Neza 86 stadium was denied by the Mexican football Federation ...

1993 New Zealand Superclub League

The 1993 Superclub competition was the inaugural season of a nationwide association football club competition in New Zealand. It replaced the New Zealand National Soccer League which had run from 1970 to 1992. The 1993 competition was won by Napi ...

1993 New Zealand NBL season

The 1993 NBL season was the 12th season of the National Basketball League. Hutt Valley won the championship in 1993 to claim their second league title. Head coach Jeff Green guided Hutt Valley over Canterbury in the final with Peter Pokai hitting ...

1993–94 Eliteserien season

The 1993–94 GET-ligaen season was the 55th season of ice hockey in Norway. Ten teams participated in the league, and Lillehammer IK won the championship.

1993 Tippeligaen

The 1993 Tippeligaen was the 48th completed season of top division football in Norway. Each team played 22 games with 3 points given for wins and 1 for draws. Number eleven and twelve are relegated. The winners of the two groups of the first divi ...

1993 Norwegian First Division

The 1993 1. divisjon, Norways second-tier football league, began play on 2 May 1993 and ended on 3 October 1993. The league was contested by 24 teams, divided in two groups and the winner of each group won promotion to Tippeligaen, while the runn ...

1993 2. divisjon

The 1993 2. divisjon, the third highest association football league for men in Norway. 22 games were played in 6 groups, 3 points given for wins and 1 for draws. Jevnaker, Åndalsnes, stabæk, Vidar, Stjordals-blinking and Alta were promoted to the ...

1993 3. divisjon

The 1993 season of the 3. divisjon, the fourth highest association football league for men in Norway. Between 22 and 24 depending on the size of the group was played in 19 groups, with 3 points given for wins and 1 for draws. All the winners grou ...

1993 Torneo Descentralizado

The 1993 Torneo Descentralizado was the 78th season of the top category of Peruvian football. A total of 16 teams competed in the tournament. Universitario de Deportes conquered its twenty-first Primera Division.

1993 Copa Peru

The 1993 Copa Peru season, the promotion tournament of Peruvian football. In this tournament after many qualification rounds, each of the 24 departments of Peru, which is politically divided, qualify a team. Those teams plus the team was relegate ...

1993–94 Polska Liga Hokejowa season

The 1993–94 Polska Liga Hokejowa season was the 59th season of the Polska Liga Hokejowa, the top level of ice hockey in Poland. 10 teams participated in the league, and Podhale Nowy Targ won the championship.

1993–94 Segunda Divisão de Honra

The league was contested by 18 teams with FC Tirsense winning the championship and gaining promotion to the Primeira Divisão along with UD Leiria and GD Chaves. At the other end of the table Academico Viseu, Louletano DC and Leixões SC were releg ...

1993–94 Segunda Divisão B

The league was contested by 54 teams in 3 divisions with CD Feirense, União Lamas and Amora FC winning the respective divisional competitions and gaining promotion to the Liga de Honra. The overall championship was won by Amora FC.

1993–94 Primeira Divisão

The 1993–94 Primeira Divisão was the 60th edition of top flight of Portuguese football. It started on 22 August 1993 with a match between Estoril-Praia and Beira-Mar, and ended on 2 June 1994. The league was contested by 18 clubs with Porto as th ...

1993–94 Divizia B

The 1993–94 Divizia B was the 54th season of the second tier of the Romanian football league system. The format was saved in two series, each of which has 18 teams. At the end of the season, the winners of the series produced in Division A, and t ...

1993–94 Romanian Hockey League season

The 1993–94 Romanian Hockey League season was the 64th season of the Romanian Hockey League. Five teams participated in the league, and Steaua Bucuresti won the championship.

1993–94 Saudi Premier League

Al-Nassr won the championship for the fifth times after beating outsiders Al-Riyadh in the final. At the end of the season, the playoffs were changed to a one-legged cases from previous home and away two-legged matches. Enabled the group to recor ...

1993–94 Serbian Hockey League season

The 1993–94 season was the third season of the Serbian Hockey League. Only three teams participated, each one playing four games with one another, resulting in 8 games for each team. HK Partizan won all the games that it played that season, resul ...

1993–94 2. Liga (Slovakia)

The 1993–94 season of the Slovak Second Football League was the first ever season of the league since its establishment. It began in late July 1993 and ended in June 1994.

1993–94 Slovak 1. Liga season

The 1993–94 Slovak 1.Liga season was the first season of the Slovak 1. Liga, the second level of ice hockey in Slovakia. 10 teams participated in the league, and HK Spartak Dubnica won the championship.

1993–94 ACB season

During the 1993–94 season, the Liga ACB – the top tier of the Spanish basketball league system – contained 20 teams. The winning team was Real Madrid Baloncesto.

1993–94 Primera Division de Baloncesto

The 1993–94 Primera Division season was the second category of the Spanish basketball league system during the 1993–94 season. It was the fourth played with the name of Primera Division.

1993–94 UE Lleida season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Updated to games played on 30 June 1994. Only lists players who had or were on the bench. App = appearances, CS = cle ...

1993–94 Liga Nacional de Hockey Hielo season

The 1993–94 Superliga Espanola de Hockey Hielo season was the 20th season of the Superliga Espanola de Hockey Hielo, the top level of ice hockey in Spain. Five teams participated in the league, and CH Jaca won the championship.

1993–94 Svenska Cupen

Svenska Cupen 1993–94 was the thirty-ninth season of the main Swedish football Cup. The competition started on 29 April 1993 and was concluded on 12 May 1994 with the Final held in Gamla Ullevi, Goteborg. IFK Norrkoping won 4–3 against Helsingbor ...

1993–94 Division 1 season (Swedish ice hockey)

Division 1 was divided into four starting groups. The Eastern Group consisted of 12 teams, and the other groups were made up of 10 teams each. The top two teams in each group qualified for the Allsvenskan, while the remaining eight teams had to c ...

1993–94 Elitserien season

The 1993–94 Elitserien season was the 19th season of the Elitserien, the top level of ice hockey in Sweden. 12 teams participated in the league, and Malmo IF won the championship.

1994 Kvalserien

The 1994 Kvalserien was the 20th edition of the Kvalserien. It determined which team of the participating ones would play in the 1994–95 Elitserien season and which three teams would play in the 1994–95 Swedish Division 1 season.

1993–94 Nationalliga A season

The 1993–94 Nationalliga A season was the 56th season of the Nationalliga A, the top level of ice hockey in Switzerland. 10 teams participated in the league, and EHC Kloten won the championship.

1993 Tajik League

Tajik League is the top division of the Tajikistan Football Federation, it was created in 1992. These are the statistics of the Tajik League in the 1993 season.

1993–94 TBHSL season

The 1993–94 Turkish Ice Hockey Super League season was the second season of the Turkish Ice Hockey Super League, the top level of ice hockey in Turkey. Six teams participated in the league.

1993 Yokary Liga

The 1993 Turkmenistan Higher League season was the second season of Turkmenistans professional football league. Its first round started March 27, 1993, and finished October 3, 1993, and the second round was between November 3 and December 4.

1993–94 Ukrainian Hockey Championship

The 1993–94 Ukrainian Hockey League season was the second season of the Ukrainian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Ukraine. Six teams participated in the league, and SHVSM Kiev won the championship.

1993 Uzbek League

The 1993 Uzbek League season was the 2nd edition of top level football in Uzbekistan since independence from the Soviet Union in 1992. Neftchi Fargona once again won the league and the championship outright this time after previously sharing with ...

1993–94 V-League

8 participants divided into 2 groups playing single round robin, no draws, top-2 of both to semifinals The Second Stage Results Saigon Port: Saigon Port 1-0 Dong Thap. Saigon Port 1-0 HCM City Police. Saigon Port 2-1 HCM City Custom.

1993–94 Second League of FR Yugoslavia

The league was divided into 2 groups, A and B, consisting each of 10 clubs. Both groups were played in league system. By winter break all clubs in each group meet each other twice, home and away, with the bottom four classified from A group movin ...

1993–94 First League of FR Yugoslavia

The league was divided into 2 groups, A and B, consisting each of 10 clubs. Both groups were played in league system. By winter break all clubs in each group meet each other twice, home and away, with the bottom four classified from A group movin ...

1994 Australian Open – Womens Singles

First-seeded Steffi Graf won the title without losing a set, defeating Arantxa Sanchez Vicario 6–0, 6–2 in the final to win the Womens Singles tennis title at the 1994 Australian Open. By winning her 4th straight Grand Slam event, Graf completed ...

1994 Albanian Supercup

Albanian Supercup 1994 is the fifth edition of the Albanian Supercup since its establishment in 1989. The match was contested between the Albanian Cup 1994 winners KF Tirana and the 1993–94 Albanian Superliga champions Teuta.

1994–95 Washington Capitals season

The 1994–95 Washington Capitals season was the teams 21st season of play. After stumbling to a 3–10–5 record by February 28, the Capitals caught a break in bringing up 20-year-old rookie goaltender Jim Carey from the Portland Pirates for their Ma ...

1994–95 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team

The 1994–95 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team represented Georgetown University in the 1994–95 NCAA Division I basketball season. John Thompson, Jr., coached them in his 23rd season as head coach. They played their home games at USAir Arena i ...

1995 NCAA Division II Mens Ice Hockey Tournament

The 1995 NCAA Mens Division II Ice Hockey Tournament involved 2 schools playing in a best of three game series to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division II college ice hockey. A total of 2 games were played, hosted by Mercyhurst Un ...

1994 U.S. Open Cup

The 1994 U.S. Open Cup was the 81st edition of the soccer tournament to crown the national champion of the United States. This was the last tournament before the reintroduction of professional teams with A-League teams taking part in 1995 and MLS ...

1994 NCAA Division II Mens Soccer Championship

The 1994 NCAA Division II Mens Soccer Championship was the 23rd annual tournament held by the NCAA to determine the top mens Division II college soccer program in the United States. 15-2-1 Tampa defeated Oakland, 3-0, in the finals, after two ove ...

1994 Torneo di Viareggio

The 1994 winners of the Torneo di Viareggio, the annual youth football tournament held in Viareggio, Tuscany, are listed below.

1994 Girabola

The 1994 Girabola was the 16th season of top-tier football competition in Angola. Atletico Petroleos de Luanda were the defending champions. The League consists of 12 teams, two of which were relegated. Petro de Luanda were crowned Champions, win ...

1994–95 Primera B Nacional

The 1994–95 Argentine Primera B Nacional was the ninth season of second division professional of football in Argentina. A total of 22 teams competed, the champion and runner-up were promoted to Argentine Primera Division.

1995 King Fahd Cup Group B

Group B of the 1995 King Fahd Cup took place between 6 and 10 January 1995. Argentina won the group, and advanced to the final, while Nigeria finished second and advanced to third-place playoff. Japan failed to advance.

1994 NBL season

The home and away season took place over 22 rounds between 7 April 1994 and 24 September 1994 with final series on 26 September 1994 until 15 October 1994 and grand final on 22 October until 28 October 1994.

1994 NSWRL season

The 1994 NSWRL season was the eighty-seventh season of professional rugby league football in Australia. Sixteen clubs competed for the J Giltinan Shield during the season, which culminated in a grand final match for the Winfield Cup trophy betwee ...

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