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Carabao Cup

Carabao Cup


The English Football League Cup, commonly known as the EFL Cup (and Capital One Cup or Carling Cup the last couple of years), was sponsored by Capital One between 2012 and 2016. Since the start of 2017-2018 this cup is called the Carabao Cup. Over the past couple of years, the EFL Cup (known as the Capital One Cup) has become one of the most exciting football cups in the UK. Since 2008, the EFL Cup final takes place at the Wembley Stadium in London. Manchester City is the first team to win the cup since it's called Carabao Cup. They won the final with 3-0 against Arsenal. With this victory they take over the title from their neighbours Manchester United Buy Carabao Cup tickets 2018/2019 securely online through our secure booking system. We will make sure you will receive the tickets in time for the match. Book your tickets and enjoy the atmosphere during this exciting cup tournament.

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About Carabao Cup

Carabao Cup

Due to sponsoring reasons the EFL Cup is called the Carabao Cup between 2017 and 2020. Carabao is a Thai energy drink launched in 2002. The name means Red Buffalo, which has probably something to do with the name of another big energy drink brand. In order to brand their name in Europe, Carabao Daeng decided to sponsor the EFL Cup for three years. They hope this agreement will boost their brandname in Europe. English football is well known over the Entire world, so there’s a big chance this name will grow in the next few years. Book all your tickets for this exciting cup tournament securely online on

English Football League Cup

The EFL Cup, also known as the English Football League Cup, is a knockout tournament considered to be the second most prestigious cup in English football - the FA Cup is the most important domestic cup. The EFL Cup involves all 72 clubs in the Football League and all 20 English Premiership clubs. With the Premier League, Fa Cup, Champions League and EFL Cup the most top Premier League teams have a busy schedule during the season. That's the reason they often leave some key players out of the line up during English Football League Cup matches. This makes this tournament the perfect opportunity for young talented players to show what they are capable of. For the weaker opponents, this is the chance to defeat a top team and they are highly motivated to do this. That’s what makes the EFL Cup such an interesting tournament. There are many surprising results during this tournament. Watch these exciting matches live in action with your English Football League Cup tickets.

How to buy EFL Cup tickets

Check the website for 150% guaranteed, authentic 2018 – 2019 Carabao Cup tickets including EFL Cup Semi-Final tickets and the best tickets for the final. football ticket order transactions are secure and safe. Browse the website for both cheap and premium EFL Cup tickets for sale online at competitive prices. English Football League Cup tickets are for sale now online at the best prices anywhere. also offers authentic EFL Cup Final tickets for sale. Your football tickets will be promptly delivered by our reliable partners FedEx and Royal Mail Special Delivery. We offer a friendly, skilled Service Staff who will make sure that your English Football League Cup tickets will arrive on time!

EFL Cup wins & trophies

This trophy haven't left Manchester for the third year in a row now. Man City won the trophy in 2016 after beating Liverpool on penalties. The Red Devils won the EFL Cup in 2017 after winning 3-2 against Southampton and now it's back in City's hands after beating Arsenal. The first EFL Cup (English Football League Cup) trophy winner was Aston Villa, who defeated Rotherham United 3–2 on aggregate. In 1967, Queens Park Rangers won 3-2 against West Bromwich Albion at Wembley. Liverpool have won the EFL Cup silverware 8 times – the record for the most EFL Cup titles. Nottingham Forest and Manchester United also won consecutive English Football League Cup titles; Forest United won in 1978 and 1979, and 1989 and 1990, and Manchester United won in 2009 and 2010. The Gunners have been runners up six times now. These are all the winners since this tournament started in 1961:

SeasonCup's nameWinnersRunners-up
1960/1961Football League CupAston VillaRotherham United
1961/1962Football League CupNorwich CityRochdale
1962/1963Football League CupBirmingham CityRotherham United
1963/1964Football League CupLeicester CityStoke City
1964/1965Football League CupChelseaLeicester City
1965/1966Football League CupWest Bromwich AlbionWest Ham United
1966/1967Football League CupQueens Park RangersWest Bromwich Albion
1967/1968Football League CupLeeds UnitedArsenal
1968/1969Football League CupSwindon TownArsenal
1969/1970Football League CupManchester CityWest Bromwich Albion
1970/1971Football League CupTottenham HotspurAston Villa
1971/1972Football League CupStoke CityChelsea
1972/1973Football League CupTottenham HotspurNorwich City
1973/1974Football League CupWolverhampton WanderersManchester City
1974/1975Football League CupAston VillaNorwich City
1976/1977Football League CupAston VillaEverton
1977/1978Football League CupNottingham ForestLiverpool
1978/1979Football League CupNottingham ForestSouthampton
1979/1980Football League CupWolverhampton WanderersNottingham Forest
1980/1981Football League CupLiverpoolWest Ham United
1981/1982Football League CupLiverpoolTottenham Hotspur
1982/1983Milk CupLiverpoolManchester United
1983/1984Milk CupLiverpoolEverton
1984/1985Milk CupNorwich CitySunderland
1985/1986Milk CupOxford UnitedQueens Park Rangers
1986/1987Littlewoods Challenge Cup ArsenalLiverpool
1987/1988Littlewoods Challenge CupLuton TownArsenal
1988/1989Littlewoods Challenge CupNottingham ForestLuton Town
1989/1990Littlewoods Challenge CupNottingham ForestOldham Athletic
1990/1991Rumbelows CupSheffield WednesdayManchester United
1991/1992Rumbelows CupManchester UnitedNottingham Forrest
1992/1993Coca-Cola CupArsenalSheffield Wednesday
1993/1994Coca-Cola CupAston VillaManchester United
1994/1995Coca-Cola CupLiverpoolBolton Wanderers
1995/1996Coca-Cola CupAston VillaLeeds United
1996/1997Coca-Cola CupLeicester CityMiddlesbrough
1997/1998Coca-Cola CupChelseaMiddlesbrough
1998/1999Worthington CupTottenham HotspurLeicester City
1999/2000Worthington CupLeicester CityTranmere Rovers
2000/2001Worthington CupliverpoolBirmingham City
2001/2002Worthington CupBlackburn RoversTottenham Hotspur
2002/2003Worthington CupLiverpoolManchester United
2003/2004Carling CupMiddlesbroughBolton Wanderers
2004/2005Carling CupChelseaLiverpool
2005/2006Carling CupManchester UnitedWigan Athletic
2006/2007Carling CupChelseaArsenal
2007/2008Carling CupTottenham HotspurChelsea
2008/2009Carling CupManchester UnitedTottenham Hotspur
2009/2010Carling CupManchester UnitedAston Villa
2010/2011Carling CupBirmingham CityArsenal
2011/2012Carling CupLiverpoolCardiff City
2012/2013Capital One CupSwansea CityBradford City
2013/2014Capital One CupManchester CitySunderland
2014/2015Capital One CupChelseaTottenham Hotspur
2015/2016Capital One CupManchester CityLiverpool
2016/2017EFL CupManchester UnitedSouthampton
2017/2018Carabao CupManchester CityArsenal