Uletha Champions League

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The Uletha Champions League is a club football tournament for teams from Uletha. The UCL was originated in 1931 as the Champions Cup.

History

The UCL was founded in 1930 at the behest of businessman and owner of C.F. Ambrosiana in Mariana Juan Malphy, who enlisted club owners from Castellán and Guyenne. The first championship was held in the spring of 1931 between six teams, before a proper season was organized for 1931-32. Up until 1954, tournaments were round robin, held in one host country over two periods (fall and spring). Since then, a group stage and final knockout round has been the norm.

Marianan club Fulvia F.C. was one of the most successful teams in the early period, but after the late 1930s Marianan teams would find little success until the early 1950s.

Qualification

Country Number of places
Lost country.png Mariana 2

List of champions

Year Winner Runner-up
1931 Castellán Deportivo Maguériz Mariana Sant-Genis Benicar
1931(-32) Unknown Flag.png Undecided Unknown Flag.png Undecided
1932 Mariana Fulvia F.C. Unknown Flag.png Undecided
1933 Unknown Flag.png Undecided Unknown Flag.png Undecided
1934 Unknown Flag.png Undecided Unknown Flag.png Undecided
1935 Unknown Flag.png Undecided Unknown Flag.png Undecided
1936 Mariana Fulvia F.C. Unknown Flag.png Undecided
1937 Unknown Flag.png Undecided Mariana Fulvia F.C.
1938 Unknown Flag.png Undecided Unknown Flag.png Undecided
1939 Unknown Flag.png Undecided Unknown Flag.png Undecided
1940 Unknown Flag.png Undecided Unknown Flag.png Undecided
1941 Unknown Flag.png Undecided Unknown Flag.png Undecided
1942 Unknown Flag.png Undecided Unknown Flag.png Undecided