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1964–65 1re serie season

The 1964–65 1re serie season was the 44th season of the 1re serie, the top level of ice hockey in France. Five teams participated in the final round, and Chamonix Hockey Club won their 21st league title.

1964–65 ice hockey Bundesliga season

The 1964–65 Ice hockey Bundesliga season was the seventh season of the Ice hockey Bundesliga, the top level of ice hockey in Germany. Eight teams participated in the league, and EV Fussen won the championship.

1964–65 OB I bajnoksag season

The 1964–65 OB I bajnoksag season was the 28th season of the OB I bajnoksag, the top level of ice hockey in Hungary. Eight teams participated in the league, and Ujpesti Dozsa SC won the championship.

1964–65 Serie A (ice hockey) season

The 1964–65 Serie A season was the 31st season of the Serie A, the top level of ice hockey in Italy. Six teams participated in the league, and SG Cortina won the championship.

1964 Emperors Cup Final

1964 Emperors Cup Final was the 44th final of the Emperors Cup competition. The final was played at Kobe Oji Stadium in Hyōgo on January 17, 1965. Yawata Steel and Furukawa Electric won the championship.

1964–65 Libyan Premier League

The 1964–65 Libyan Premier League was the second edition of the competition founded the year earlier. The competition consisted of three teams that had qualified by winning their regional leagues. The three sides that participated were: Al Hilal ...

1964–65 Luxembourg National Division

The 1964-65 Luxembourg National Division was the 53rd season of top level association football in Luxembourg. Aris Bonnevoie went into the season as defending champions, having won their very first title the previous season.

1964 1. divisjon

It was performed in 10 teams, and FC Lyn Oslo won their first championship title. At the time, Lyn Oslos 26 points were a record for the most points in one season. Brann and Raufoss were relegated to the 2. divisjon. This season, were awarded two ...

1964 2. divisjon

The 1964 2. divisjon was the second Norwegian national second-tier football league season. The League was contested by 16 teams, divided into two groups, A and B. the winners of groups A and B was promoted to 1965 1. divisjon. The bottom two team ...

1964 Paraguayan Primera Division season

The 1964 season of the Paraguayan Primera Division, the top category of Paraguayan football, was played by 10 teams. The national champions were Guarani.

1964 Peruvian Segunda Division

The 1964 Peruvian Segunda Division, the second division of Peruvian football, was played by 10 teams. The tournament winner, Defensor Arica was promoted to the 1965 Peruvian Primera Division.

1964 Peruvian Primera Division

The 1964 season of the Peruvian Primera Division, the top category of Peruvian football, was played by 10 teams. The national champions were Universitario. At the end of the regular season teams were split in 2 groups of 5 teams: top 5 played for ...

1964–65 Polska Liga Hokejowa season

The 1964–65 Polska Liga Hokejowa season was the 30th season of the Polska Liga Hokejowa, the top level of ice hockey in Poland. Eight teams participated in the league, and GKS Katowice won the championship.

1964–65 Divizia B

The 1964–65 Divizia B was the 25th season of the second tier of the Romanian football league system. The format was saved in two series, each of which has 14 teams. At the end of the season the winners of the series produced in Division A, and th ...

1964–65 Romanian Hockey League season

The 1964–65 Romanian Hockey League season was the 35th season of the Romanian Hockey League. Six teams participated in the league, and Steaua Bucuresti won the championship.

1964–65 Soviet League season

The 1964–65 Soviet Championship League season was the 19th season of the Soviet Championship League, the top level of ice hockey in the Soviet Union. 10 teams participated in the league, and CSKA Moscow won the championship.

1964–65 Liga Española de Baloncesto

Club Aguilas remained in the league and Canoe NC was relegated after the relegation playoffs, played with the third and fourth qualified teams in Segunda Division.

1964–65 Swedish Division I season

The 1964–65 Swedish Division I season was the 21st season of Swedish Division I. Vastra Frolunda IF won the league title by finishing first in the final round.

1964–65 Nationalliga A season

The 1964–65 Nationalliga A season was the 27th season of the Nationalliga A, the top level of ice hockey in Switzerland. 10 teams participated in the league, and SC Bern won the championship.

1964 Yugoslav First Basketball League

The winning roster of OKK Beograd: Bozidar Milojkovic. (Божидар Milojkovic) Milan Tosic. (Милан Тошич) Ljubomir Stankovic. (Любомир Станкович) Radivoj Korac. (Radivoj Корач) Bruno Pavelic. (Бруно Павелича) Zoran Bojkovic. (Зоран Бойкович) Sloboda ...

1964–65 Yugoslav Second League

The 1964–65 Yugoslav Second League season was the 19th season of the Second Federal League, the second level association football competition of SFR Yugoslavia, since its establishment in 1946. The league was contested in two regional groups, wit ...

1964–65 Yugoslav First League

The 1964–65 Yugoslav First League had an odd number of teams because FK Vardar was allowed to compete in the top league despite getting relegated the previous season. The state and FA authorities made this decision due to the major earthquake tha ...

1964–65 Yugoslav Ice Hockey League season

The 1964–65 Yugoslav Ice Hockey League season was the 23rd season of the Yugoslav Ice Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Yugoslavia. Eight teams participated in the league, and Jesenice have won the championship.

1965–66 Algerian Championnat National

The 1965–1966 Algerian Championnat National was the fourth season of the Algerian Championnat National since its establishment in 1962. A total of 16 teams contested the league, with CR Belcourt as the defending champions.

1965–66 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team

The 1965–66 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team represented Georgetown University during the 1965-66 NCAA Division I college basketball season. Tommy OKeefe coached it in his sixth and final season as head coach. The team was an independent and ...

1966 National Challenge Cup

The 1966 National Challenge Cup was the 53rd edition of the USSFAs annual open soccer championship. The Philadelphia Ukrainians defeated the Orange County F.C. to win.

1966 NCAA Soccer Tournament

The 1966 NCAA Mens Soccer Tournament was the eighth organized mens college soccer tournament by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, to determine the top college soccer team in the United States. The San Francisco Dons won their first ti ...

1965 Argentine Primera Division

The 1965 Argentine Primera Division was the 74th season of top-flight football in Argentina. The season began on April 18 and ended on December 19. There were 18 teams in the tournament who competed in single double round-Robin tournament. Boca j ...

1965 NSWRFL season

The 1965 New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership was the 58th season of the rugby league competition based in Sydney. Ten clubs from across the city competed for the J Giltinan Shield and the WD & HO Wills Cup during the season, which c ...

1966 Torneo di Viareggio

The 1966 winners of the Torneo di Viareggio, the annual youth football tournament held in Viareggio, Tuscany, are listed below.

1965–66 Austrian Hockey League season

The 1965–66 Austrian Hockey League season was the 36th season of the Austrian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Austria. Four teams participated in the league, and EC KAC won the championship.

1965–66 in Belgian football

The 1965–66 season was the 63rd season of competitive football in Belgium. RSC Anderlechtois won their 12th Division I title and became the club with the most championship wins in Belgium. They also entered the 1965–66 European Champion Clubs Cup ...

1965–66 Bulgarian Hockey League season

The 1965–66 Bulgarian Hockey League season was the 14th season of the Bulgarian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Bulgaria. 10 teams participated in the league, and HK CSKA Sofia won the championship.

1966 Allan Cup

The 1966 Allan Cup was the Canadian national senior ice hockey championship for the 1965-66 Senior "A" season. The event was hosted by the Drumheller Miners and Calgary, Alberta. The 1966 playoff marked the 58th time that the Allan Cup has been a ...

1966 Memorial Cup

The 1966 Memorial Cup was the 48th annual Memorial Cup competition, organized by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association to determine the champion of "junior A" ice hockey. The George Richardson Memorial Trophy champions Oshawa Generals of the On ...

1965 Primera Division de Chile

The 1965 Campeonato Nacional de Futbol Profesional, was the 33rd season of top-flight football in Chile. Universidad de Chile won their fifth title, also qualifying for the 1966 Copa Libertadores.

1965 Campeonato Profesional

The 1965 Campeonato Profesional was the 18th season of Colombias top-flight football league. 13 teams competed against one another. Deportivo Cali won their first league title in history, cutting a streak of four straight championships won by Mil ...

1965–66 Czechoslovak First League

It was contested by 14 teams, and Dukla Prague won the championship. Ladislav Michalik was the leagues top scorer with 15 goals. The match between Sparta Prague and Slavia Prague had an attendance of 50.105 - setting a league record.

1965–66 Eerste Divisie

The Dutch Eerste Divisie in the 1965–66 season was contested by 15 teams, one less than in the previous year. This was due to the merger of Enschedese Boys with eredivisie-club SC Enschede, to form FC Twente. Sittardia won the championship.

1965–66 Tweede Divisie

The Dutch Tweede Divisie in the 1965–66 season was contested by 30 teams, divided in two groups. It would be the last season the Tweede Divisie would be divided in two. From next season onwards, all teams would participate in one league. This als ...

1965–66 Eredivisie

The Dutch Eredivisie in the 1965–66 season was contested by 16 teams. Ajax won the championship. Only one team relegated this year, because next year, the number of participants would be 18 again.

1965–66 DDR-Oberliga

The 1965–66 DDR-Oberliga was the 17th season of the DDR-Oberliga, the first tier of league football in East Germany. The League fought fourteen teams. The national peoples army club Vorwärts Berlin won the championship, clubs in five of the six n ...

1965–66 SM-sarja season

The 1965–66 SM-sarja season was the 35th season of the SM-sarja, the top level of ice hockey in Finland. 12 teams participated in the league, and Ilves Tampere won the championship.

1965–66 French Division 1

Promoted from Division 2, who will play in Division 1 season 1966/1967 Olympique de Marseille: runner-up of Division 2. Stade de Reims: Champion of Division 2. The merger at the end of the season UA Sedan-Torcy with RC Paris, become RC Paris-Sedan.

1965–66 1re serie season

The 1965–66 1re serie season was the 45th season of the 1re serie, the top level of ice hockey in France. Chamonix Hockey Club won their 22nd league title.

1965–66 ice hockey Bundesliga season

The 1965–66 Ice hockey Bundesliga season was the eighth season of the Ice hockey Bundesliga, the top level of ice hockey in Germany. 10 teams participated in the league, and EC Bad Tolz won the championship.

1965–66 OB I bajnoksag season

The 1965–66 OB I bajnoksag season was the 29th season of the OB I bajnoksag, the top level of ice hockey in Hungary. Eight teams participated in the league, and Ujpesti Dozsa SC won the championship.

1965–66 Serie A (ice hockey) season

The 1965–66 Serie A season was the 32nd season of the Serie A, the top level of ice hockey in Italy. Five teams participated in the league, and SG Cortina won the championship.

1965–66 Libyan Premier League

The 1965-66 Libyan Premier League was the third edition of the competition established by the Libyan Football Federation three years earlier. Using the system in the previous two seasons, the three winners of the regional or Provincial leagues we ...

1965 1. divisjon

The season was performed in 10 teams, and Vålerengen won their first championship. Vålerengas 27 points was at that time a record for points in a season, one more than Lin, achieved in the previous season. And Sandefjord Viking BK was relegated t ...

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