Balkan Cup

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The Balkan Cup was an international association football competition contested on and off from 1929 to 1980 by countries from the Balkans region.wikipedia
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Bulgaria national football team

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The first edition featured Romania, Greece, Yugoslavia and Bulgaria and was played over three years from 1929 to 1931.
They have also competed at the Balkan Cup, winning four titles.

1929–31 Balkan Cup

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The 1929-31 was the first edition of the Balkan Cup.

1931 Balkan Cup

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The 1931 Balkan Cup was an unofficial holding of the competition in which only three teams participated - Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and Turkey.

1932 Balkan Cup

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The 1932 Balkan Cup was the second Balkan Cup football tournament.

Romania national football team

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The first edition featured Romania, Greece, Yugoslavia and Bulgaria and was played over three years from 1929 to 1931.

1933 Balkan Cup

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The 1933 Balkan Cup was the fourth Balkan Cup football tournament.

1934–35 Balkan Cup

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The 1934–35 Balkan Cup was the fifth Balkan Cup football tournament.

Iuliu Bodola

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He and Wetzer were the top two goalscorers of the 1929–1931 (first) edition of the Balkan Cup (which Romania won).

1935 Balkan Cup

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The 1935 Balkan Cup was the sixth Balkan Cup football tournament.

1946 Balkan Cup

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The 1946 Balkan Cup was the 8th edition of this tournament.

1936 Balkan Cup

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The 1936 Balkan Cup was the seventh Balkan Cup football tournament.

Turkey national football team

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This time only four countries took part – Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece.

Aleksandar Tomašević

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There was a darker period in his national team career that happened after in a match for the Balkan Cup, in Sofia against Bulgaria (2-3 loss), he failed to materialize a penalty and was afterward absent from the national side for three years!

Hungary national football team

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In 1947 Hungary entered the tournament and won it in its first attempt.

Rudolf Wetzer

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He and Bodola were the top two goalscorers of the 1929–1931 (first) edition of the Balkan Cup (which Romania won).

Qamil Teliti

Qamil Teliti (1919 - 1977) (nicknamed Tarzani) was an Albanian footballer known for being one of the most important players of the Albania team that won the Balkan Cup in 1946.

Aleksandar Živković (footballer, born 1912)

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Živković was the top scorer at the 1932 Balkan Cup, with five goals.

1948 Balkan Cup

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The 1948 Balkan Cup, officially called the Balkan and Central European Championship, was played between April and November 1948 between Albania, Romania, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Poland and Czechoslovakia.

1947 Balkan Cup

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The 1947 Balkan Cup, officially called the Balkan and Central European Championship, was played between May and October 1947 between Albania, Romania, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and Hungary.

Balkans Cup

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It later declined after Balkan clubs obtained more representation in the two minor UEFA competitions, in contrast to the (much older but also defunct) Balkan Cup (not Balkans) for national teams.

Loro Boriçi

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Lorenco Boriçi captained Albania in winning the Balkan Cup in 1946.

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The Balkan Cup was an international association football competition contested on and off from 1929 to 1980 by countries from the Balkans region.