2006-2007 List of Competitions

Club International Cups, 2006-2007

Club International Cups, 2006-2007 Table
League Name Gender Governing Body Champion Top League Scorer
UEFA Champions LeagueMUEFAAC MilanKaká - 10
UEFA Super CupMUEFASevilla FC

Domestic Leagues - 2nd Tier, 2006-2007

Domestic Leagues - 2nd Tier, 2006-2007 Table
League Name Gender Country Champion Top League Scorer
Coca-Cola ChampionshipMeng ENGSunderland AFCJamie Cureton - 23
Liga BBVAMes ESPReal ValladolidMarcos Márquez - 21
2. BundesligaMde GERKarlsruher SCGiovanni Federico - 19
Serie B TIMMit ITAJuventus FCAlessandro Del Piero - 20

Domestic Leagues - 3rd Tier and Lower, 2006-2007

Domestic Leagues - 3rd Tier and Lower, 2006-2007 Table
League Name Gender Country Champion Top League Scorer
Coca-Cola League OneMeng ENGScunthorpe United FCBilly Sharp - 30
Coca-Cola League TwoMeng ENGWalsall FCIzale McLeod, Richie Barker - 21
Nationwide Conference NationalMeng ENGDagenham & Redbridge FCPaul Benson - 28

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