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The LG Cup is an exhibition association football tournament organised by LG Electronics. LG describe the competition as a "social marketing experiment".

The first competition took place in 1997 in Tunis, Tunisia.[1]

EditionsEdit

Number Year Host Participants Venue(s) Winner
1 1997
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  Tunisia Stade El Menzha (Tunis)   Tunisia
2 1998
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  Iran Azadi Stadium (Tehran)   Hungary
3 1999
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  Morocco Stade Mohammed V (Casablanca)   France
4 2000
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  Iran Azadi Stadium (Tehran)   South Korea
5 2000
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  United Arab Emirates Al-Maktoum Stadium (Dubai)   United Arab Emirates
6 2001
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  Egypt Cairo International Stadium (Cairo)   South Korea
7 2001
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  Iran Azadi Stadium (Tehran)   Iran
8 2002
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  Russia stadium of Lokomotiv Moskva   Belarus
9 2002
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  Vietnam Thong Nhat Stadium   India (U23)
10 2002
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  Morocco Stade Mohammed V (Casablanca)   Iran
11 2002
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  Iran Takhti Stadium (Tabriz)   Iran
12 2003
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  Nigeria National Stadium Abuja & National Stadium Lagos   Nigeria
13 2003
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  Iran Azadi Stadium (Tehran)   Uruguay
14 2004
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  Nigeria National Stadium in Lagos (Lagos)   Senegal
15 2004
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  Libya [2] June 11 Stadium (Tripoli) [3]   Libya
16 2005
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  Egypt Cairo International Stadium (Cairo)   Egypt
17 2006
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  Saudi Arabia Prince Faisal Fahad Stadium   South Korea
18 2006
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  Tunisia National Stadium "7 November Rades" (Tunis)   Uruguay
19 2006
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  Jordan Amman International Stadium (Amman)   Iran
20 2011
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  Kenya Nyayo National Stadium (Nairobi)   Sudan
21 2011
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  Morocco Stade de Marrakech (Marrakech)   Cameroon
22 2020
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  Colombia Estadio El Campin (Bogotá)

Most successful national teamsEdit

Team Champions
  Iran 4
  South Korea 3
  Uruguay 2

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • http://www.rsssf.com/tablesl/lgcup.html
  • futbolplanet.de (27 August 2001). "Marrakech LG Cup Africa 2011 - Morocco". futbolplanet.de. Retrieved 27 March 2012.
  • jason.soffe.free.fr (27 August 2001). "IRIFF LG Cup Iran 2001". jason.soffe.free.fr. Retrieved 27 March 2012.
  • jason.soffe.free.fr (27 August 2001). "IRIFF LG 4 Nations Cup Iran 2001". jason.soffe.free.fr. Retrieved 27 March 2012.
  • rsssf.com (27 August 2001). "LG Cup Four Nations Tournament (Tehran) 2001". rsssf.com. Retrieved 27 March 2012.
  1. ^ Karel Stokkermans (18 May 2007). "LG Cup Four Nations Tournament". rsssf.com. Retrieved 27 March 2012.
  2. ^ "LG Cup Four Nations Tournament (Libya) 2004". rsssf.com. 31 Dec 2005. Retrieved 19 February 2019.
  3. ^ "Libya wins first LG Cup". albawaba.com. 28 October 2004. Retrieved 19 February 2019.