2010 in association football

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The following are the association football events of the year 2010 throughout the world.

News[edit]

In 2010, the two top-level leagues in the United States both added at least one new team:

However, during the 2010 WPS season, another charter team, Saint Louis Athletica, folded, bringing WPS back to the same number of teams it had in the 2009 season. The league also lost its season champions, FC Gold Pride, and the Chicago Red Stars, although it will add an expansion team in Western New York for 2011.

Following the 2010 MLS regular season, the Kansas City Wizards announced a name change to Sporting Kansas City.

Events[edit]

International champions[edit]

Men[edit]

1st Winners:  Malaysia
2nd Runners-up:  Indonesia
3rd Third place:  Philippines,  Vietnam

Women[edit]

Club football[edit]

Continental champions[edit]

AFC[edit]

Winners: South Korea Seongnam
Runners-up: Iran Zob Ahan
Semi-finalists: Saudi Arabia Al-Shabab, Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal
Winners: Syria Aleppo
Runners-up: Kuwait Qadsia
Semi-finalists: Thailand Muangthong United, Bahrain Al-Riff
Winners: Burma Yadarnarbon
Runners-up: Kyrgyzstan Dordoi-Dynamo
Semi-finalists: Turkmenistan Aşgabat, Tajikistan Qurghonteppa

CAF[edit]

Winners: Democratic Republic of the Congo Mazembe
Runners-up: Tunisia Espérance
Semi-finalists: Algeria Kabylie, Egypt Al-Ahly
Winners: Morocco FUS de Rabat
Finalist: Tunisia Sfaxien
Semi-finalists: Sudan Al-Hilal, Libya Ittihad
Winners: Democratic Republic of the Congo Mazembe
Runners-up: Mali Malien

CONCACAF[edit]

Winners: Mexico Pachuca
Runners-up: Mexico Cruz Azul
Semi-finalists: Mexico Toluca, Mexico Monterrey
Winners: Mexico Morelia
Runners-up: United States New England Revolution
Semi-finalists: Mexico Puebla, United States Houston Dynamo
Winners: Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Islanders
Runners-up: Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public
Third place: Trinidad and Tobago San Juan Jabloteh
Fourth place: Puerto Rico Bayamón

CONMEBOL[edit]

Winners: Brazil Internacional
Finalist: Mexico Guadalajara
Semi-finalists: Brazil São Paulo, Chile Universidad de Chile
Winners: Argentina Independiente
Runners-up: Brazil Goiás
Semi-finalists: Ecuador LDU Quito, Brazil Palmeiras
Winners: Ecuador LDU Quito
Runners-up: Argentina Estudiantes

OFC[edit]

Winners: Papua New Guinea PRK Hekari United
Runners-up: New Zealand Waitakere United
Semi-finalists: New Zealand Auckland City, Fiji Lautoka

UEFA[edit]

Winners: Italy Internazionale
Runners-up: Germany Bayern Munich
Semi-finalists: France Lyon, Spain Barcelona
Winners: Spain Atlético Madrid
Runners-up: England Fulham
Semi-finalists: England Liverpool, Germany Hamburg
Winners: Spain Atlético Madrid
Runners-up: Italy Internazionale

Women[edit]

Region Tournament Champion Title Last honor
CONMEBOL (South America) 2010 Copa Libertadores Femenina Brazil Santos FC (women) 2nd 2009 Copa Libertadores Femenina
UEFA (Europe) 2009–10 UEFA Women's Champions League Germany 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam 2nd 2004–05 UEFA Women's Cup

National champions[edit]

AFC[edit]

CAF[edit]

CONCACAF[edit]

Nation League Champions
Anguilla Anguilla Anguillan League Roaring Lions
Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda Premier Division Bassa
Aruba Aruba Campeonato AVB Britannia
The Bahamas Bahamas BFA Senior League IM Bears
New Providence Football League Cavalier FC
Grand Bahama Football League Playtime Tigers
Barbados Barbados Barbados Premiere League Notre Dame
Belize Belize Belize Premier Football League Defense Force
Bermuda Bermuda Bermudian Premier Division Dandy Town Hornets
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands Championship Islanders FC
Canada Canada Canadian Soccer League Brantford Galaxy (P)
York Region Shooters (R)
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands Cayman Islands League Scholars International
Costa Rica Costa Rica Primera División de Costa Rica Saprissa (C) / (A)
Segunda División de Costa Rica Barrio México (C)
Limón (A)
Cuba Cuba Campeonato Nacional de Fútbol de Cuba Ciego de Ávila
Curaçao Curaçao Curaçao League Hubentut Fortuna
Dominica Dominica Dominica Championship Centre Bath Estate
El Salvador El Salvador Primera División de Fútbol Profesional Isidro Metapán (C) / (A)
Segunda División de Fútbol Salvadoreño UES (C)
Once Municipal (A)
French Guiana French Guiana Championnat National Le Geldar
Grenada Grenada Grenada League Carib Hurricane
Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Division d'Honneur Vieux-Habitants
Guatemala Guatemala Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Guatemala Municipal (C)
Comunicaciones (A)
Primera División de Ascenso Mictlán (C)
Malacateco (A)
Guyana Guyana Guyanese Super League Alpha United
Haiti Haiti Ligue Haïtienne Tempête (O)
Victory SC (F)
Honduras Honduras Honduran Liga Nacional Olimpia (C)
Real España (A)
Honduran Liga Ascenso Necaxa (C)
Atlético Independiente (A)
Jamaica Jamaica National Premier League Harbour View
KSAFA Super League Cavaliers
South Central Super League Naggo Head
Eastern Confederation Super League Benfica
Western Confederation Super League Reno
Martinique Martinique Martinique Championnat National RC Rivière-Pilote
Mexico Mexico Primera División de México Toluca (C)
Santos Laguna (A)
Liga de Ascenso Necaxa (B)
Tijuana (A)
Segunda Division Universidad (B)
Celaya (A)
Montserrat Montserrat competition cancelled
Nevis Nevis Nevis Premier Division Stoney Grove Strikers
Panama Panama Liga Panameña de Fútbol Árabe Unido (C)
Tauro (A)
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Soccer League River Plate Puerto Rico
Liga Nacional Maunabo Leones
Saint Kitts and Nevis St. Kitts and Nevis SKNFA Premier League Newtown United
Suriname Suriname Hoofdklasse Inter Moengotapoe
Eerste Klasse Kamal Dewaker
Randdistrictentoernooi Boma Star
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago TT Pro League Defence Force
National Super League T&TEC
United States United States Major League Soccer Colorado Rapids (P)
Los Angeles Galaxy (R)
USSF D2 Pro League Puerto Rico Islanders (P)
Rochester Rhinos (R)
USL Second Division Charleston Battery
 U.S. Virgin Islands USVI Championship New Vibes

Note: "(A)" means Apertura champion; (B) means Bicentenario champion; "(C)" means Clausura champion.
Note: "(P)" designates the league champion, by winning the playoffs; "(R)" designates the regular season champion.

CONMEBOL[edit]

Note: "(A)" means Apertura champion; "(C)" mean Clausura champion.

OFC[edit]

UEFA[edit]

Domestic cup winners[edit]

AFC[edit]

Emir of Qatar Cup: Al-Rayyan
Singapore Cup: Thailand Bangkok Glass
Thai FA Cup: Chonburi FC

CAF[edit]

Wits University - South African Cup

CONCACAF[edit]

Canadian Championship: Toronto FC
Beker van Suriname: Excelsior
President's Cup: Inter Moengotapoe
U.S. Open Cup: Seattle Sounders FC

CONMEBOL[edit]

OFC[edit]

UEFA[edit]

FA Cup: Chelsea
League Cup: Manchester United
FA Trophy: Barrow
Coupe de France: Paris Saint-Germain
Coupe de la Ligue: Marseille
DFB-Pokal: Bayern Munich
Greek Cup: Panathinaikos
Coppa Italia: Internazionale
KNVB Cup: Ajax
Taça de Portugal: Porto
Russian Cup: Zenit St. Petersburg
Scottish Cup: Dundee United
Scottish League Cup: Rangers
Copa del Rey: Sevilla
Turkish Cup: Trabzonspor

Deaths[edit]

January[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Linfield clinch league title, BBC News, 27 April 2010, retrieved 27 April 2010