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1977–78 I-Divisioona season

The 1977–78 I-Divisioona season was the fourth season of the I-Divisioona, the second level of Finnish ice hockey. 10 teams participated in the league, and SaiPa Lapeenranta won the championship. SaiPa Lappeenranta and FoPS Forssa qualified for t ...

1977–78 SM-liiga season

The 1977–78 SM-liiga season was the third season of the SM-liiga, the top level of ice hockey in Finland. 10 teams participated in the league, and Assat Pori won the championship.

1977–78 French Division 1

Promoted from Division 2, who will play in Division 1 season 1978/1979 Paris FC: Third place, winner of barrages against RC Lens. Angers SCO: Runner-up, winner of Division 2 group A. Lille: Champion of Division 2, winner of Division 2 group B.

1977–78 Nationale A season

The 1977–78 Nationle A season was the 57th season of the Nationale A, the top level of ice hockey in France. 10 teams participated in the league, and Gap Hockey Club won their second league title. Hockey Club de Caen was relegated to the Nationale B.

1977–78 ice hockey Bundesliga season

The 1977–78 Ice hockey Bundesliga season was the 20th season of the Ice hockey Bundesliga, the top level of ice hockey in Germany. 10 teams participated in the league, and SC Riessersee won the championship.

1977–78 Honduran Liga Nacional

The 1977–78 Honduran Liga Nacional season was the 12th edition of the Honduran Liga Nacional. The format of the tournament consisted of a three round-robin schedule followed by a 5-team playoff round. Club Deportivo Olimpia won the title after de ...

1977–78 OB I bajnoksag season

The 1977–78 OB I bajnoksag season was the 41st season of the OB I bajnoksag, the top level of ice hockey in Hungary. Four teams participated in the league, and Ferencvarosi TC won the championship.

1977–78 Iraqi National League

The 1977–78 Iraqi National League was the 4th season of the competition since its foundation in 1974. Al-Minaa won their first and only major trophy to date, winning the league without a single loss and becoming the first team from outside Baghda ...

1977–78 Coppa Italia

The 1977–78 Coppa Italia was the 31st Coppa Italia, the major Italian domestic cup. The competition was won by Internazionale, who defeated Napoli in a one-legged final played at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

1977–78 Serie A (ice hockey) season

The 1977–78 Serie A season was the 44th season of the Serie A, the top level of ice hockey in Italy. Nine teams participated in the league, and HC Bolzano won the championship.

1977 Japan Soccer League

Statistics of Japan Soccer League for the 1977 season. This was the inaugural season of the Regional League promotion series, which replaced the Senior Cup as the source of the clubs promoted from the regional Japanese football leagues.

1977 Emperors Cup Final

1977 Emperors Cup Final was the 57th final of the Emperors Cup competition. The final was played at National Stadium in Tokyo on January 1, 1978. Fujita Industries won the championship.

1977 Japanese Super Cup

1977 Japanese Super Cup was the inaugural Japanese Super Cup competition. The match was played at National Stadium in Tokyo on April 10, 1977. Furukawa Electric, who qualified as the 1976 Japan Soccer League champions, won the title against Yanma ...

1977 JSL Cup Final

1977 JSL Cup Final was the 2nd final of the JSL Cup competition. The final was played at National Stadium in Tokyo on May 25, 1977. Furukawa Electric won the championship.

1977 Emperors Cup

Fujita Industries won the championship. Yanmar Diesel 1-4 Fujita Industries.

1977 JSL Cup

Furukawa Electric won the championship Honda 2-3 Yanmar Diesel. Fujita Industries 1-2 Furukawa Electric. Yanmar Diesel 0-4 Furukawa Electric.

1977–78 Libyan Premier League

The 1977-78 edition of the Libyan Premier League was the 14th edition of the competition. The competition reverted to its original format, where the winners of the three regional titles came together to determine the national champion. The region ...

1977–78 Mexican Primera Division season

Atlante was promoted to Primera Division. This season was contested by 20 teams, and UANL won the championship. Atlas flew in a division. After this season Deportivo Neza bought the Laguna franchise.

1977 New Zealand National Soccer League

The 1977 New Zealand National Soccer League was the eighth season of a nationwide round-robin club competition in New Zealand football. An expansion by two teams meant that it was the first year in which twelve teams took part. Prize money was si ...

1977 1. divisjon

There were 12 teams in the division. Lillestrom SK emerged as the championship victors, their third league title. Lillestroms 36 points was at the time a record for most points in a season, two more than Viking and Fredrikstad achieved in the 197 ...

1977 2. divisjon

The 1977 2. divisjon was a Norways second-tier football league season. The League struggled for 30 teams divided into three groups, A and B are not North Norwegian teams and groups in the area group, which included teams from Northern Norway. The ...

1977 Copa Peru

The 1977 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 de team relegated fro ...

1977 Torneo Descentralizado

The 1977 Torneo Descentralizado, the top category of Peruvian football, was played by 16 teams. The national champion was Alianza Lima. The season was divided into 3 phases. In pre-tournament played in two groups home and away matches, plus 2 int ...

1977–78 Polska Liga Hokejowa season

The 1977–78 Polska Liga Hokejowa season was the 43rd 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.

1977–78 Primeira Divisão

It was contested by 16 teams, and F.C. Porto won the championship. This year was notable for the fact that S.L. Benfica came second despite never losing a match throughout the entire season.

1977–78 Divizia B

The 1977–78 Divizia B was the 38th season of the second tier of the Romanian football league system. The format was saved in three series, each of which has 18 teams. At the end of the season the winners of the series produced in Division A, and ...

1977–78 Romanian Hockey League season

The 1977–78 Romanian Hockey League season was the 48th season of the Romanian Hockey League. Three teams participated in the league, and Steaua Bucuresti won the championship.

1977–78 Saudi Premier League

1977 saw the second edition of the Saudi Premier League. The League was expanded to ten teams, again playing home and away. Al-Ahly won the championship and took the title to Jeddah for the first time. Newly promoted side Wordcourse and "al-Shaba ...

1977–78 Soviet League season

The 1977–78 Soviet Championship League season was the 32nd 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.

1977–78 Liga Nacional de Hockey Hielo season

The 1977–78 Superliga Espanola de Hockey Hielo season was the sixth season of the Superliga Espanola de Hockey Hielo, the top level of ice hockey in Spain. Seven teams participated in the league, and CH Casco Viejo Bilbao won the championship.

1977–78 Division 1 season (Swedish ice hockey)

1977-78 was the third season that Division 1 operated as the second tier of ice hockey in Sweden, below the top-flight Elitserien. Section 1 was divided into four groups based on geography. The top four teams in the group will continue in the pla ...

1977–78 Elitserien season

The 1977–78 Elitserien season was the third season of the Elitserien, the top level of ice hockey in Sweden. 10 teams participated in the league, and Skellefteå AIK won the championship.

1978 Kvalserien

The 1978 Kvalserien was the fourth edition of the Kvalserien. It determined which two teams of the participating ones would play in the 1978–79 Elitserien season and which three teams would play in the 1978–79 Swedish Division 1 season.

1977–78 Nationalliga A season

The 1977–78 Nationalliga A season was the 40th season of the Nationalliga A, the top level of ice hockey in Switzerland. Eight teams participated in the league, and EHC Biel won the championship.

1977 Uganda National League

The 1977 Uganda National League was contested by 13 teams and was won by Kampala City Council FC, while Gangama were relegated. Express FC defeated 2-0 army side Simba FC in the final match of the League, but was subsequently banned for allegedly ...

1977–78 Yugoslav First Basketball League

The 1977–78 Yugoslav First Basketball League season was the 34th season of the Yugoslav First Basketball League, the highest professional basketball league in SFR Yugoslavia.

1977–78 Yugoslav First League

A total of eighteen teams contested the league, including sixteen sides from the 1976–77 season and two sides promoted from the 1976–77 Yugoslav Second League as winners of the two second level divisions East and West. The league was contested in ...

1977–78 Yugoslav Ice Hockey League season

The 1977–78 Yugoslav Ice Hockey League season was the 36th season of the Yugoslav Ice Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Yugoslavia. Four teams participated in the league, and Jesenice have won the championship.

1978–79 Algerian Championnat National

The 1978–79 Algerian Championnat National was the 17th season of the Algerian Championnat National since its establishment in 1962. A total of 14 teams contested the league, with MP Alger as the defending champions, The Championnat started on Sep ...

1978–79 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team

The 1978–79 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team represented Georgetown University during the NCAA Division I 1978-79 college basketball season. John Thompson Jr., coached them in his seventh season as head coach. An independent, Georgetown play ...

1978–79 Washington Capitals season

Note: GP = Games played, G = Goals, A = Assists, Pts = Points, +/- = Plus/Minus, PIM = Penalty Minutes, PPG=Power-play goals, SHG=Short-handed goals, GWG=Game-winning goals MIN=Minutes played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, GA = Goals Against, G ...

1979 NCAA Division II Mens Ice Hockey Tournament

The 1979 NCAA Mens Division II Ice Hockey Tournament involved 4 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of mens NCAA Division II college ice hockey. A total of 4 games were played, hosted by Merrimack College ...

1978–79 NHL season

The 1978–79 NHL season was the 62nd season of the National Hockey League. The Montreal Canadiens beat the New York Rangers in the Stanley Cup finals four games to one for their fourth consecutive Cup. The Cleveland Barons merged with the Minnesot ...

1978 North American Soccer League playoffs

The 1978 North American Soccer League playoffs began on August 8 and ended on August 27 with Soccer Bowl 78 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. 16 out of 24 teams qualified after a 30-match regular season, eight from each conference.

1978 Argentine Primera Division

The 1978 Primera Division season was the 87th season of top-flight football in Argentina. Quilmes won the Metropolitano and Independiente achieved the Nacional championship. Banfield and Estudiantes BA were relegated.

1978 Amco Cup

The 1978 Amco Cup was a rugby league football tournament featuring teams from around the Australian states of New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia, Northern Territory as well as New Zealand. The tournament was played from March to Au ...

1978 NSWRFL season

The 1978 NSWRFL season was the 71st season of the NSWRFL Premiership, Sydneys professional rugby league football competition, and Australias first. Twelve clubs, including six of 1908s foundation teams and another six from around Sydney competed ...

1978 National Soccer League

The top four teams in the league entered a playoff series, however the winner of the grand final match was not considered the overall winner of the NSL season, unlike other NSL grand finals.

1978–79 Austrian Hockey League season

The 1978–79 Austrian Hockey League season was the 49th season of the Austrian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Austria. Eight teams participated in the league, and EC KAC won the championship.

Copa dos Campeões da Copa Brasil

The Copa dos Campeões da Copa Brasil was an official football competition organized in 1978 by the Brazilian Sports Confederation, predecessor of the Brazilian Football Confederation, and contested by past winners of the Campeonato Brasileiro Ser ...

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