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The Albena Cup was an invitational competition for women's football (soccer) teams held in Albena, Bulgaria. Contested by both clubs and national teams, it was originally named Grand Hotel Varna Tournament and the first two editions were held indoor.[1]

List of finalsEdit

Year Winner Score Runner-up 3rd Score 4th
1988   Norway ?–?   Renova Budapest   TSV Siegen 1–0   Akademik Sofia
1989   Norway ?–?   Renova Budapest   Poland 1–0   Bulgaria
1990   China 2–0   France   Canada 5–0   Soviet Union
1991   United States 5–0   Soviet Union   France 3–0   Poland
1992   Sweden U-20 R. Robin   North Korea   Hungary R. Robin   Spain
1994   Grand Hotel Varna 1–0   Romania   Latvia 1–1 (shared)   Norway U-20
1995   Sweden U-20 1–0   Ukraine   Spain 4–2   Russia
1999   Russia 3–0   Scotland   North Korea 2–1   Ukraine
2000   Ukraine 0–0 (5–3 p)   Scotland   Bulgaria 0–0 (4–3 p)   Russia
2001   Russia 0–0 (5–3 p)   North Korea   Bulgaria 3–1   Russia U-20
2002   North Korea 3–0   Russia   Ukraine 3–1   Romania
2003   Ryazan VDV 1–1 (4–2 p)   Russia   Romania 1–1 (3–2 p)   Greece
2004   Russia 2–0   Ryazan VDV   Nadezhda Noginsk 2–0   Alma-KTZh
2005   WFC Rossiyanka R. Robin   Ukraine   Ryazan VDV
2006   WFC Rossiyanka R. Robin   Ryazan VDV   Ukraine R. Robin   Bulgaria
2008   Bulgaria R. Robin   Bosnia and Herzegovina   Armenia

Other contestantsEdit

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