1929–31 Balkan Cup

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The 1929-31 was the first edition of the Balkan Cup. Four teams participated: (Romania, Greece, Yugoslavia, and Bulgaria). Romania won the trophy ahead of second placed Yugoslavia. Greece came third and Bulgaria was last. The best goalscorers were Bodola and Wetzer, both from Romania and with 7 goals each.[1] Albania had registered for the tournament, but retired before the beginning and did not participate.[2]

Nation Pl W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Romania 6 5 0 1 26 13 +13 10
 Yugoslavia 6 3 0 3 12 9 +3 6
 Greece 6 2 0 4 13 20 -7 4
 Bulgaria 6 2 0 4 10 19 -9 4
6 October 1929
Romania  2 : 1  Yugoslavia
26 January 1930
Greece  2 : 1  Yugoslavia
25 May 1930
Romania  8 : 1  Greece
12 October 1930
Bulgaria  5 : 3  Romania
16 November 1930
Bulgaria  0 : 3  Yugoslavia
7 December 1930
Greece  6 : 1  Bulgaria
15 March 1931
Yugoslavia  4 : 1  Greece
19 April 1931
Yugoslavia  1 : 0  Bulgaria
10 May 1931
Romania  5 : 2  Bulgaria
28 June 1931
Yugoslavia  2 : 4  Romania
25 October 1931
Bulgaria  2 : 1  Greece
29 November 1931
Greece  2 : 4  Romania

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