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1989 Paraguayan Primera Division season

The 1989 season of the Paraguayan Primera Division, the top category of Paraguayan football, was played by 12 teams. The national champions were Olimpia.

1989 Peruvian Segunda Division

The 1989 Segunda Division Peruana, the second division of Peruvian football, was played by 20 teams. The tournament winner, Sport Boys was promoted to the 1990 Torneo Descentralizado.

1989 Torneo Descentralizado

The 1989 Torneo Descentralizado, the top tier of Peruvian football was played by 42 teams in the format of Regional Tournaments. The national champion was Union Huaral. Because of Americas Cup 1989, a secondary tournament of the 1989 torneo pláci ...

1989–90 Polska Liga Hokejowa season

The 1989–90 Polska Liga Hokejowa season was the 55th season of the Polska Liga Hokejowa, the top level of ice hockey in Poland. 10 teams participated in the league, and Polonia Bytom won the championship.

1989–90 Segunda Divisão

The 1989–90 Segunda Divisão season was the 56th season of recognised second-tier football in Portugal. It was the last regionalized contest for the second tier championship, as a new Segunda Liga took shape as an unified second tier from the next ...

1989–90 Primeira Divisão

The 1989–90 Primeira Divisão was the 56th edition of top flight of Portuguese football. It started on 20 August 1989 with a match between Chaves and Penafiel, and ended on 20 May 1990. The league was contested by 18 clubs with Benfica as the defe ...

1989 Supertaça Candido de Oliveira

The 1989 Supertaça Candido de Oliveira was the 11th edition of the Supertaça Candido de Oliveira, the annual Portuguese football season-opening match contested by the winners of the previous seasons top league and cup competitions. The 1989 Super ...

1989–90 Divizia B

The 1989–90 Divizia B was the 50th 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 ...

1989–90 Romanian Hockey League season

The 1989–90 Romanian Hockey League season was the 60th season of the Romanian Hockey League. Six teams participated in the league, and Steaua Bucuresti won the championship. The final round was cancelled after 17 games due to the Romanian Revolution.

1988–89 Saudi Premier League

Al-Nassr won the championship for the 4th time in 1989, keeping the title in the city of Riyadh as well. Hajer and al-Rawdhah included in the top-flight, but like most other clubs in their position seasons before that, went down.

1989–90 Saudi Premier League

Al-Hilal won the championship for the 6th time in 1990. Recently promoted al-Raed is on the Saudi tradition, having been relegated in his first season with al-Nahda, which was lowered for the first time since the 1977-78 season

1989 Soviet Cup Final

The 1989 Soviet Cup Final was a football match that took place at the Lenins Central Stadium, Moscow on June 25, 1989. The match was the 48th Soviet Cup Final and it was contested by FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk and FC Torpedo Moscow. The Soviet Cup ...

1989–90 Soviet League season

The 1989–90 Soviet Championship League season was the 44th season of the Soviet Championship League, the top level of ice hockey in the Soviet Union. 16 teams participated in the league, and Dynamo Moscow won the championship.

1989–90 ACB season

The 1989–90 ACB season was the 7th season of the Liga ACB, after changing its name. The competition format was the same as the previous season. Barcelona won their 4th ACB title, and their 7th place. It was their 4th ACB title in a row.

1990 Copa del Rey de Baloncesto

The 1990 Copa del Rey was the 54th edition of the Spanish basketball Cup. It was organized by the ACB and its Final Eight was played in Las Palmas, in the Centro Insular de Deportes between 10 and 13 February 1990. This edition was played by 24 t ...

1989–90 Svenska Cupen

1989–90 Svenska Cupen was the 35th season of the main Swedish football Cup. The competition started in 1989 and concluded in 1990 with the Final, held at Råsunda Stadium, Solna Municipality in Stockholms lan. Djurgårdens IF won the final 3-0 agai ...

1989–90 Division 1 season (Swedish ice hockey)

Division 1 was divided into four starting groups of 10 teams each. The top two teams in each group qualified for the Allsvenskan, while the remaining eight teams had to compete in a qualifying round. The teams were given zero to seven bonus point ...

1989–90 Elitserien season

The 1989–90 Elitserien season was the 15th season of the Elitserien, the top level of ice hockey in Sweden. 12 teams participated in the league, and Djurgårdens IF won the championship.

1990 Kvalserien

The 1990 Kvalserien was the 16th edition of the Kvalserien. It determined which team of the participating ones would play in the 1990–91 Elitserien season and which three teams would play in the 1990–91 Swedish Division 1 season.

1989–90 Nationalliga A season

The 1989–90 Nationalliga A season was the 52nd season of the Nationalliga A, the top level of ice hockey in Switzerland. 10 teams participated in the league, and HC Lugano won the championship.

1989–90 KK Crvena zvezda season

The 1989–90 Crvena zvezda season is the 45th season in the existence of the club. The team played in the Yugoslav Federal A League and the FIBA Korac Cup.

1989–90 Yugoslav First Basketball League

The 1989–90 Yugoslav First Basketball League season was the 46th season of the Yugoslav First Basketball League, the highest professional basketball league in SFR Yugoslavia.

1989–90 Yugoslav Second League

The 1989–90 Yugoslav Second League season was the 44th season of the Second Federal League, the second level association football competition of SFR Yugoslavia, since its establishment in 1946.

1989–90 Yugoslav First League

The 1989–90 Yugoslav First League season was the 44th season of the First Federal League, the top level association football competition of SFR Yugoslavia, since its establishment in 1946. Was awarded for the victory, and in the case of a tie, pe ...

1990 Australian Open – Womens Singles

First-seeded Steffi Graf was the two-time defending champion, and successfully defended her title, defeating Mary Joe Fernandez 6–3 6–4 in the final to win the Womens Singles tennis title at the 1990 Australian Open.

1990 Albanian Supercup

The 1991 Albanian Supercup was the second edition of the Albanian Supercup, an annual Albanian football match. The match was contested by Dinamo Tirana, champions of the 1989–90 Albanian Superliga and 1989–90 Albanian Cup, and Flamurtari Vlore, w ...

1990–91 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team

The 1990–91 Georgetown Hoyas mens basketball team represented Georgetown University in the 1990–91 NCAA Division I basketball season. John Thompson, Jr., coached them in his 19th season as head coach. They played their home games at the Capital C ...

1990–91 Washington Capitals season

The Capitals had the best penalty-killing unit during the regular season, allowing the fewest power-play goals 44 and finishing with the NHLs best penalty-killing percentage 85.99%. Note: GP = games, W = Wins, L = losses, T = ties = points and GF ...

1990–91 NHL season

The 1990–91 NHL season was the 74th season of the National Hockey League. The Stanley Cup winners were the Pittsburgh Penguins, who won the best of seven series 4–2 against the Minnesota North Stars. This was the last NHL season to end in May.

1990 U.S. Open Cup

The 1990 United States Open Cup is the 77th edition of the tournament to crown the national champion of the United States. A. A. C. eagles MSL Chicago won the Cup 2-1 against the Brooklyn Italians NESSL on the Kuntz stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.

1990 NCAA Division II Mens Soccer Championship

The 1990 NCAA Division II Mens Soccer Championship was the 19th annual tournament held by the NCAA to determine the top mens Division II college soccer program in the United States. Southern Connecticut state defeated Seattle Pacific in the final ...

1990 United States Soccer Federation presidential election

The 1990 United States Soccer Federation presidential election was held in Orlando on August 6, 1990 to determine the next President of the United States Soccer Federation. Alan I. Rothenberg was elected after defending Werner Fricker & Paul Stie ...

1990 Girabola

The 1990 Girabola was the 12th season of top-tier football competition in Angola. Atletico Petroleos de Luanda were the defending champions. In the League 14 teams participated, none of whom were related. Petro de Luanda were crowned Champions, w ...

1990 NBL season

The 1990 NBL season was the 12th season of competition since its establishment in 1979. With the addition of the Gold Coast Cougars a total of 14 teams contested the league.

1990 NSWRL season

The 1990 New South Wales Rugby League season was the eighty-third season of professional rugby league football in Australia. Sixteen clubs competed for the J Giltinan Shield and Winfield Cup during the premiership season, which culminated in a gr ...

1990 State of Origin series

The 1990 State of Origin series saw the ninth time that the annual three-game series between New South Wales and Queensland representative rugby league football teams was contested entirely under "state of origin" selection rules. It was the firs ...

1990–91 Austrian Football Bundesliga

Fall season is performed in 12 teams, and higher eight teams go into Meister playoff. Lower four teams fought in Mittlere Playoff with higher four teams of Austrian Football First League. Austria won the championship.

UEFA Euro 1992 qualifying Group 4

Standings and results for Group 4 of the UEFA Euro 1992 qualifying tournament. Group 4 consisted of Austria, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Northern Ireland and Yugoslavia. Yugoslavia won the group, but the team as Yugoslavia was banned from the final t ...

1990–91 Belgian Cup

The final phase started when all clubs from the top two divisions in Belgian football entered the competition in the round of 64 18 clubs from first division, 16 clubs from second division and 30 clubs from the qualifications. The first 3 rounds ...

UEFA Euro 1992 qualifying Group 5

Group 5 of the UEFA Euro 1992 qualifying tournament was played as four team group consisting of Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg and Wales. At the time of the draw on 2 February 1990, group 5, contained the fifth team in Eastern Germany. As the reuni ...

1990–91 Belgian Hockey League season

The 1990–91 Belgian Hockey League season was the 71st season of the Belgian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Belgium. Six teams participated in the league, and Olympia Heist op den Berg won the championship.

1990–91 Eredivisie (ice hockey) season

The 1990–91 Eredivisie season was the 31st season of the Eredivisie, the top level of ice hockey in the Netherlands. Six teams participated in the league, and the Utrecht Rheem Racers won the championship.

Copa do Craque de Masters squads

These are the squads for the national teams participated in the Copa do Craque de Masters held in Brazil, in 1990. The tournament was played in a round robin format and the hosts won the trophy.

1990–91 BHL season

The 1990–91 BHL season was the ninth season of the British Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Great Britain. 10 teams participated in the league, and the Durham Wasps won the league title by finishing first in the regular season. They ...

1990–91 Bulgarian Hockey League season

The 1990–91 Bulgarian Hockey League season was the 39th season of the Bulgarian Hockey League, the top level of ice hockey in Bulgaria. Five teams participated in the league, and HK Slavia Sofia won the championship.

1991 Memorial Cup

The 1991 Memorial Cup occurred May 11–19 at the Colisee de Quebec in Quebec City, Quebec. It was the 73rd annual Memorial Cup competition and determined the major junior ice hockey champion of the Canadian Hockey League. Participating teams were ...

1990 Spengler Cup

The 1990 Spengler Cup was held in Davos, Switzerland between December 26, 1990, and December 31, 1990. All matches were played at HC Davoss home arena, Eisstadion Davos. The final was won 8-3 by HC Spartak Moscow over Team Canada.

1990 Primera Division de Chile

The 1990 Campeonato Nacional, was the 58th season of top-flight football in Chile. Colo-Colo won its seventeenth title. Deportes Concepcion, as Liguilla winners, also qualified for the next Copa Libertadores.

1990–91 Cypriot First Division

Fourteen teams participated in the 1990–91 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. The last two teams were rele ...

1990–91 Cypriot Fourth Division

The 1990–91 Cypriot Fourth Division was the 6th season of the Cypriot fourth-level football league. The championship was split into three geographical groups, representing the Districts of Cyprus. The winners were: Limassol-Paphos Group: Kentro N ...

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