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Football League Trophy Final Statistics 1983-84 to 2014-15

The Football League Trophy is a knockout cup competition in English football organised by and named after The Football League. The competition was first played in 1983–84. The competition is open to the 48 members of the Football League bottom two divisions, Football League One and Football League Two. The competition is currently called the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.

Football League Trophy 1983-84 to 2014-15 (32 Seasons)

# Season Winners Score Runners-Up Venue Attend Winning Manager
1 1983-84

Bournemouth 2–1 Hull City

Hull City Results

Boothferry Park 6,544 Harry Redknapp
2 1984-85

Wigan Results

Wigan Athletic 3–1 Brentford

English Football

Wembley Stadium 39,897 Bryan Hamilton
3 1985-86

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Bristol City 3–0 Bolton Wanderers

Bolton Wanderers Results

Wembley Stadium 54,502 Terry Cooper
4 1986-87

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Mansfield Town 1–1 Bristol City

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Wembley Stadium 58,586 Ian Greaves
5 1987-88

Wolverhampton Results

Wolverhampton Wanderers 2–0 Burnley

Burnley Football Results

Wembley Stadium 80,841 Graham Turner
6 1988-89

Bolton Wanderers Results

Bolton Wanderers 4–1 Torquay United

Wembley Stadium 46,513 Phil Neal
7 1989-90

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Tranmere Rovers 2–1 Bristol Rovers

Wembley Stadium 48,402 John King
8 1990-91

Birmingham Football Results

Birmingham City 3–2 Tranmere Rovers

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Wembley Stadium 58,750 Lou Macari
9 1991-92

Stoke City Results

Stoke City 1–0 Stockport County

Wembley Stadium 48,339 Lou Macari
10 1992-93

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Port Vale 2–1 Stockport County

Wembley Stadium 35,885 John Rudge
11 1993-94

Swansea Results

Swansea City 1–1 Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield

Wembley Stadium 47,773 Frank Burrows
12 1994-95

Birmingham Football Results

Birmingham City 1–0 Carlisle United

English Football

Wembley Stadium 76,663 Barry Fry
13 1995-96

English Football

Rotherham United 2–1 Shrewsbury Town

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Wembley Stadium 35,235 Archie Gemmill & John McGovern
14 1996-97

English Football

Carlisle United 0–0 Colchester United

English FOotball

Wembley Stadium 45,077 Mervyn Day
15 1997-98

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Grimsby Town 2–1 Bournemouth

Wembley Stadium 62,432 Alan Buckley
16 1998-99

Wigan Results

Wigan Athletic 1–0 Millwall

Milwall

Wembley Stadium 55,349 Ray Mathias
17 1999-00

Stoke City Results

Stoke City 2–1 Bristol City

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Wembley Stadium 75,057 Guðjón Þórðarson
18 2000-01

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Port Vale 2–1 Brentford

English Football

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff 25,654 Brian Horton
19 2001-02

Blsckpool Results

Blackpool 4–1 Cambridge United

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Millennium Stadium, Cardiff 20,287 Steve McMahon
20 2002-03

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Bristol City 2–0 Carlisle United

English Football

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff 50,913 Danny Wilson
21 2003-04

Blsckpool Results

Blackpool 2–0 Southend United

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Millennium Stadium, Cardiff 34,031 Steve McMahon
22 2004-05

Wrexham 2–0 Southend United

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Millennium Stadium, Cardiff 36,216 Denis Smith
23 2005-06

Swansea Results

Swansea City 2–1 Carlisle United

English Football

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff 42,028 Kenny Jackett
24 2006-07

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Doncaster Rovers 3–2 Bristol Rovers

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff 59,024 Sean O'Driscoll
25 2007-08

English Football

Milton Keynes Dons 2–0 Grimsby Town

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Wembley Stadium (new) 56,618 Paul Ince
26 2008-09

English Football

Luton Town 3–2 Scunthorpe United

Wembley Stadium (new) 55,378 Mick Harford
27 2009-10

Southhampton Results

Southampton 4–1 Carlisle United

English Football

Wembley Stadium (new) 73,476 Alan Pardew
28 2010-11

English Football

Carlisle United 1–0 Brentford

English Football

Wembley Stadium (new) 40,476 Greg Abbott
29 2011-12

Chesterfield 2–0 Swindon Town

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Wembley Stadium (new) 49,602 John Sheridan
30 2012-13

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Crewe Alexandra 2–0 Southend United

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Wembley Stadium (new) 43,842 Steve Davis
31 2013-14

Peterborough United

Peterborough United 3–1 Chesterfield

Wembley Stadium (new) 35,663 Darren Ferguson
32 2014-15

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Bristol City 2–0 Walsall

English Football

Wembley Stadium (new) 72,315 Steve Cotterill

 

 

 

 

 

 

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