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The following are the association football events of the year 1999 throughout the world.
- Manchester United won the UEFA Champions League, FA Cup and Premiership to cap off an unprecedented European Treble, the first (and, to date, only) English side to do so.
- 1999 Copa Libertadores: Won by Palmeiras after defeating Deportivo Cali 4–3 on a penalty shootout after a final aggregate score of 2–2.
- FIFA Women's World Cup – United States won 0–0, 5–4 on penalty kicks, over China
- Confederations Cup – Mexico won the tournament after beating Brazil 4–3
- March 14 – New J.League Division 2 (J2) season started with ten clubs, one relegated from previous season's J.League and nine promoted from former Japan Football League.
- May 22 – Manchester United wins the FA Cup with a 2–0 win over Newcastle United. The goals are scored by Teddy Sheringham and Paul Scholes.
- August 8 – Feyenoord wins the Johan Cruyff Shield, the annual opening of the new season in the Eredivisie, by a 3–2 win over Ajax at the Amsterdam Arena.
- September 11 – Manager Hans Meyer from Germany resigns at Dutch club Twente, and is replaced by former player Fred Rutten.
- October 27 – Dutch club Sparta Rotterdam fires manager Jan Everse, who is replaced by Dolf Roks.
- October 30 – Manager Herbert Neumann is fired at Dutch club Vitesse. Ronald Koeman will replace him on 1 January 2000. In the meantime former player Edward Sturing takes control.
- November 5 – Italy's Veneto wins the first UEFA Regions' Cup, beating Spain's Madrid 3–2, after extra time, in Abano Terme.
- November 30 – Manchester United wins the Intercontinental Cup in Tokyo by defeating Brazil's Palmeiras: 1–0. The only goal for the English club is scored by Roy Keane in the 35th minute.
- December 29 – Manager Jimmy Calderwood leaves Dutch club NEC and is succeeded by former player Ron de Groot.
Winners national club championshipEdit
- Croatia – Croatia Zagreb
- Czech Republic – Sparta Prague
- England – Manchester United
- Finland - Haka Valkeakoski
- France – Bordeaux
- Germany – Bayern Munich
- Iceland – KR
- Italy – A.C. Milan
- Portugal – Porto
- Scotland – Rangers
- Spain – Barcelona
- Turkey – Galatasaray
- Yugoslavia – Partizan
- Canada – Toronto Olympians (CPSL)
- United States – D.C. United (MLS)
- UNCAF Nations Cup in San José, Costa Rica (March 17–28, 1999)
- Canada Cup in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (June 2–6, 1999)
- Copa América in Paraguay (June 29 – July 18, 1999)
- Pan American Games in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (July 23 – August 7, 1999)
- FIFA U-20 World Cup in Nigeria (April 3–24, 1999)
- FIFA U-17 World Championship in New Zealand (November 10–27, 1999)
National team resultsEdit
- 1 January: Gianluca Scamacca, Italian footballer
- 5 January: Mattias Svanberg, Swedish footballer
- 9 January: Maximiliano Romero, Argentinian footballer
- 16 January: Joe White, English footballer
- 19 January:
- 23 January:
- 24 January: Shan Huanhuan, Chinese footballer
- 4 February: Mohammad Soltani Mehr, Iranian footballer
- 17 February: Oscar Krusnell, Swedish footballer
- 25 February: Gianluigi Donnarumma, Italian international goalkeeper
- 29 March: Ezequiel Barco, Argentinian footballer
- 31 March: Jens Odgaard, Danish footballer
- 14 April: Matteo Guendouzi, French footballer
- 24 April: Jonathan Leko, English footballer
- 25 May: Ibrahima Konaté, French footballer
- 3 June: Dan-Axel Zagadou, French footballer
- 10 June: Rafael Leão, Portuguese footballer
- 11 June: Kai Havertz, German international
- 23 June:
- Linton Maina, German footballer
- 2 July: Nicolò Zaniolo, Italian international
- 17 July: Stahl Gubag, Papua New Guinean international
- 3 August: Brahim Díaz, Spanish footballer
- 12 August: Matthijs de Ligt, Dutch international
- 5 October: Connor McLennan, Scottish youth international
- 15 October: Ben Woodburn, Welsh international
- 10 November: João Félix, Portuguese international
- 18 November: Domingos Quina, Portuguese footballer
- 4 December: Tahith Chong, Dutch footballer
- 10 December: Reiss Nelson, English footballer
- January 6 – Ottavio Misefari (89), Italian footballer
- January 6 – Lajos Tichy (63), Hungarian footballer
- January 18 – Horace Cumner (80), Welsh footballer
- March 30 – Igor Netto (69), Soviet footballer
- April 28 – Sir Alfred Ramsey (79), English footballer and manager
- July 20– Abderrahmane Boubekeur, Algerian goalkeeper, former player of AS Monaco FC, the FLN football team and the Algeria national football team. (68)
- July 28 – Carlos Romero, Uruguayan forward, winner of the 1950 FIFA World Cup. (71)
- August 23 – Georges Boulogne (81), French footballer
- November 14 – Bert Jacobs (58), Dutch footballer and manager
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