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1933–34 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team

The 1933–34 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team represented Georgetown University during the 1933-34 NCAA Division I college basketball season. Fred Mesmer coached it in his third season as head coach. The team was a member of the Eastern Inter ...

1933–34 NHL season

The 1933–34 NHL season was the 17th season of the National Hockey League. Nine teams each played 48 games. The Chicago Black Hawks were the Stanley Cup winners as they beat the Detroit Red Wings three games to one.

1933 Argentine Primera Division

The 1933 Primera Division was the 42nd season of top-flight football in Argentina. It continued with both associations organising tournaments. The official AFA season did not have relegations at the end of the championship while Sportivo Acassuso ...

1933 Eastern Suburbs season

Line-up contained -?coach, Cyril Abotomey, W. Anderton, Perc Atkinson, Sam Bryant, Dave Brown, Richard Brown, John Clarke, G. Court, Jack Buster Cragie, Hilton Delaney, Bill Dyer, Jack Fay, J. Guinery, Bob Halloway, Harley Hanrahan, John Lane, Ja ...

1933 NSWRFL season

The 1933 NSWRFL season was the twenty-sixth season of Sydney’s professional rugby league club competition, Australia’s first. Eight teams from across the city contested the New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership during the season, whic ...

1933–34 in Belgian football

The 1933–34 season was the 34th season of competitive football in Belgium. The Belgium national football team qualified for the 1934 FIFA World Cup in Italy but they lost in the first round to Germany. RU Saint-Gilloise became the first club to w ...

1933 Primera Division de Chile

The 1933 Campeonato Nacional de Futbol Profesional was the inaugural season the top tier of Chilean football. The season began on 22 July and ended on 5 November 1933. The winner of the first season, was Magellan.

1933–34 Czechoslovak First League

It was contested by 10 teams, and Slavia Prague won the championship. Raymond Braine and Jiei Sobotka were the leagues top scorers with 18 goals each.

1933–34 Netherlands Football League Championship

The Netherlands Football League Championship 1933–1934 was contested by 50 teams participating in five divisions. The national champion would be determined by a play-off featuring the winners of the eastern, northern, southern and two western foo ...

1933 Estonian Football Championship

The 1933 Estonian Football Championship was the 13th official football league season in Estonia. Six teams took part in the league five from Tallinn and one from Narva. Each team played every opponent twice, one at home and once on the road, for ...

1933–34 SM-sarja season

The 1933-1934 SM-sarja season was the first one to be played as a League rather than a Cup. There was 4 Teams from 2 cities participating. 4 teams played 3 games each. The team that wins the regular season wins the championship

1932–33 1re serie season

The 1932–33 1re serie season was the 17th season of the 1re serie, the top level of ice hockey in France. Stade Français won their second championship.

1934 German Ice Hockey Championship

The 1934 German Ice Hockey Championship was the 18th season of the German Ice Hockey Championship, the national championship of Germany. SC Brandenburg Berlin won the championship by defeating SC Riessersee in the final.

1933–34 Serie A (ice hockey) season

The 1933–34 Serie A season was the eighth season of the Serie A, the top level of ice hockey in Italy. Hockey Club Milano won the championship by defeating GSD Cortina in the final.

1933 Emperors Cup

Tokyo OB Club won the championship. Tokyo OB Club 4-1 Sendai S.C.

1933 Emperors Cup Final

1933 Emperors Cup Final was the 13th final of the Emperors Cup competition. The final was played at Meiji Jingu Gaien Stadium in Tokyo on October 30, 1933. Tokyo OB Club won the championship.

1933 Peruvian Primera Division

The 1933 season of the Primera Division Peruana was the 18th season of top-flight Peruvian football. A total of 10 teams competed in this league. The national champions were Alianza Lima. First Division reduced to 9 teams for 1934. The team of Un ...

1933–34 Polska Liga Hokejowa season

The 1933–34 Polska Liga Hokejowa season was the seventh season of the Polska Liga Hokejowa, the top level of ice hockey in Poland. Four teams participated in the final round, and AZS Posen won the championship.

1933–34 Campionat de Catalunya

Eight teams joined the Division One league, including two that would play the 1933–34 La Liga, one from the 1933–34 Segunda Division and four from the 1933–34 Tercera Division. From La Liga Barcelona. (Барселона) Espanyol. (Эспаньол) From Segunda ...

1933–34 in Swedish football

Sweden: Anders Rydberg - Nils Axelsson, Sven Andersson - Rune Carlsson, Nils Rosen, Einar Snitt - Gosta Dunker, Olle Kallgren, Harry Lundahl, Lennart Bunke, Knut Kroon. Sweden: Anders Rydberg - Nils Axelsson, Sven Andersson - Rune Carlsson, Nils ...

1933–34 Elitserien season

The 1933–34 Elitserien season was the seventh season of the Elitserien, the top level ice hockey league in Sweden. Eight teams participated in the league, and Hammarby IF won the league championship.

1934 Swedish Ice Hockey Championship

The 1934 Swedish Ice Hockey Championship was the 13th season of the Swedish Ice Hockey Championship, the national championship of Sweden. AIK won the championship.

1933–34 Swiss National Ice Hockey Championship

The 1933–34 Swiss National Ice Hockey Championship was the 24th edition of the national ice hockey championship in Switzerland. HC Davos won the championship by finishing first in the final round.

1934 Australian Championships – Womens Doubles

Defending champions Mall Molesworth and Emily Hood Westacott defeated Joan Hartigan and Ula Valkenburg 6–8, 6–4, 6–4 in the final, to win the Womens Doubles tennis title at the 1934 Australian Championships. Twenty-three teams entered in the even ...

1934–35 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team

The 1934–35 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team represented Georgetown University during the 1934-35 NCAA Division I college basketball season. Fred Mesmer coached it in his fourth season as head coach. The team was a member of the Eastern Inte ...

1934–35 Michigan Wolverines mens ice hockey season

The 1934–35 Michigan Wolverines mens ice hockey team represented the University of Michigan in college ice hockey. In its eighth year under head coach Ed Lowrey, the team won the Big Ten Conference ice hockey championship, compiled a 12–3–2 recor ...

1934–35 NHL season

The 1934–35 NHL season was the 18th season of the National Hockey League. Nine teams each played 48 games. The Montreal Maroons were the Stanley Cup winners as they swept the Toronto Maple Leafs in three games in the final series.

1934 Argentine Primera Division

The 1934 Primera Division season was the 43rd season of the professional top-flight football in Argentina. This was also the last season of the Liga Argentina de Football which finally merged with the official Association. Boca juniors won a diss ...

1934 Eastern Suburbs season

Eastern Suburbs finished as runners up in the 26th New South Wales Rugby League premiership in the 1934 season.

1934 NSWRFL season

The 1934 New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership was the twenty-seventh season of Sydney’s top-grade rugby league club competition, Australia’s first. Eight teams from across the city contested the premiership during the season which la ...

1934–35 in Belgian football

The 1934–35 season was the 35th season of competitive football in Belgium. RU Saint-Gilloise won their 11th and 3rd consecutive Premier Division title. The Belgian Cup was held for the first time since the 1926-27 and was won by Daring Club de Br ...

1935 Bulgarian State Football Championship

The Bulgarian State Football Championship in the 1935 was contested by 13 clubs and was won by Sportklub Sofia. Its format was based on the principle of direct elimitation until 1944, when a league format was adopted and the tournament name was c ...

1934 Primera Division de Chile

The 1934 Campeonato Nacional de Futbol Profesional was Chilean first tier’s 2nd season. Magallanes were the tournament’s champions, winning their second ever title.

1934–35 Cypriot First Division

Eight teams participated in the 1934–35 Cypriot First Division. All teams played against each other twice, once at their home and once away. The team with the most points at the end of the season crowned champions. Teams received two points for a ...

1934–35 Netherlands Football League Championship

The Netherlands Football League Championship 1934–1935 was contested by 50 teams participating in five divisions. The national champion would be determined by a play-off featuring the winners of the eastern, northern, southern and two western foo ...

1934 Estonian Football Championship

The 1934 Estonian Football Championship was the 14th official football league season in Estonia. Six teams took part in the league five from Tallinn and one from Tartu. Each team played every opponent twice, one at home and once on the road, for ...

1934–35 SM-sarja season

The 1934-1935 SM-sarja season was played between 3 Teams from 2 cities. Each team played 4 games. The winner of the championship was decided in the course of the season.

1934–35 1re serie season

The 1934–35 1re serie season was the 19th season of the 1re serie, the top level of ice hockey in France. Stade Français won their third championship.

1935 German football championship

The 1935 German football championship, the 28th edition of the competition, was won by Schalke 04 by defeating VfB Stuttgart 6–4 in the final. It was Schalkes second consecutive championship and second overall, with four more titles to follow unt ...

1935 German Ice Hockey Championship

The 1935 German Ice Hockey Championship was the 19th season of the German Ice Hockey Championship, the national championship of Germany. SC Riessersee won the championship by defeating ESV Fussen in the final.

1934–35 Serie A (ice hockey) season

The 1934–35 Serie A season was the ninth season of the Serie A, the top level of ice hockey in Italy. Three teams participated in the league, and HC Diavoli Rossoneri Milano won the championship.

1934–35 Hovedserien season

The 1934–35 Hovedserien season was the first season of ice hockey in Norway. Seven teams participated in the league, and Ski- og Fotballklubben Trygg won the championship.

1934 Peruvian Primera Division

The 1934 season of the Peruvian Primera Division was the 19th season of top-flight Peruvian football. A total of 9 teams competed in this league. Alianza Lima was the regular champion, but as Universitario protested the rules, a playoff took plac ...

1934–35 Polska Liga Hokejowa season

The 1934–35 Polska Liga Hokejowa season was the eighth season of the Polska Liga Hokejowa, the top level of ice hockey in Poland. Four teams participated in the final round, and Czarni Lwow won the championship.

1934–35 Campeonato da Liga

The 1934–35 Campeonato da Liga season was the first season of top-tier football in Portugal. Although that, the first national competition was still called Portuguese Championship, the Primeira Liga winners are considered the National Champions.

1934–35 Divizia B

The 1934–35 Divizia B was the first season of the second tier of the Romanian football league system. The Champions of each of the five series of qualification in the playoffs. The winner of that playoff played against the last placed team in the ...

1934–35 Divizia A

The 1934–35 Divizia A was the twenty-third season of Divizia A, the top-level football league of Romania. Venus Bucuresti were the defending champions.

1934–35 Campionat de Catalunya

Six teams joined the Division One league, including two that would play the 1934–35 La Liga and four from the 1934–35 Segunda Division. From La Liga Espanyol. (Эспаньол) Barcelona. (Барселона) From Segunda Division

1934–35 in Swedish football

Sweden: Axel Ohlsson - Otto Andersson, Sven Andersson - Fritz Berg, Nils Rosen, Ernst Andersson - Roger Carlsson, Ragnar Gustavsson, Knut Hansson, Sven Jonasson, Gunnar Jansson. Sweden: Anders Rydberg - Nils Axelsson, Harry Zachrisson - Victor Ca ...

1934–35 Elitserien season

The 1934–35 Elitserien season was the eighth and final season of the Elitserien, the top level ice hockey league in Sweden. It was replaced by the Svenska Serien for 1935-36. Hammarby IF won the Elitserien title for the third consecutive year.

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