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Middlesbrough, Brighton set for richest-ever game in soccer - News & Observer
News & Observer
11, 2014, file photo, Norwich City's manager Chris Hughton watches their English Premier League soccer match against West Ham United at Upton Park, London. When Middlesbrough hosts Brighton in England's second-tier League Championship on ...and more »
Liverpool fans unhappy about Europa League final tickets and stadium - SB Nation
SB Nation
There are over 27,000 registered season ticket holders at Anfield Road, and Liverpool took nearly 32,000 fans to Wembley for the Capital One Cup final earlier this season. Both numbers are far, far larger than the allotment allowed by UEFA, but ...
Arsenal's lost brains trust - the former players who may have helped Arsene Wenger -
Succeeded Thomas Vermaelen as Arsenal club captain in the summer of 2014 and it had been generally assumed given his infrequent appearances since (11 last season, 12 this) that he was being kept on with a view to taking a coaching role this summer.and more »
Liverpool to meet reigning champs Sevilla in Europa League final -
By Roger Gonzalez | Soccer Writer ... Both Sevilla and Liverpool are too far away from UCL qualification in their domestic league to qualify directly, but one will make it to next year's tournament as Europa League champions. In La Liga, Sevilla is 12 ...
American dollars haven't bought Leicester-style success for Premier League powers -
When the season began late last summer in England's Barclays Premier League, Leicester City was coming off a 14th-place finish from the prior year and was — famously, now — established as a 5000-to-1 shot to win the 2015-16 championship. By ...
Foxtel's historic broadcast deal with EPL giants - Fox Sports
Fox Sports
Every game from Liverpool FC in the FA Premier League, FA Cup, Capital One Cup and qualifying UEFA Champions League or UEFA Europa League and pre-season matches. • Live and exclusive pre-season matches, behind-the-scenes access, and live ...and more »
Champions League place for Manchester City is vital to me, says Pellegrini - Irish Independent
Irish Independent
I am disappointed not to win the Premier League this year because until February we were in our best moment to do it. "But we won one title - the Capital One Cup - and I hope we are going to finish in a Champions League spot for next year. We reached ...
Must-win game for Man United and more Premier League talking points - The42
WHILE WINNING THE FA Cup final will be a boost, regardless of what happens at Wembley later this month, failing to earn a Champions League spot will be a serious blow to Louis van Gaal's hopes of seeing out his three-year contract with Man United. In ...and more »


About England - Capital One Cup

The England League Cup (Capital One Cup) formerly known as the Carling Cup, is also known as the Football League Cup. The competition was founded in 1960 and this year there are 92 teams competing for glory. The Carling Cup contains the Premier League's 20 clubs, and the 72 clubs of the Football League. When the competition reaches it semifinals stages, matches are played over two legs and the champion then qualifies for the UEFA Europa League, in the upcoming season.

Chelsea are the current 2014-15 champions, earning the title for a fifth time. They beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in the final game. Liverpool is currently the club with the most championship titles in this competition (8).

The competition is split into seven rounds and those teams that are in European Competition can be seeded to start in the third round. This modification was made after the 1996-1997. The elimination process is done in single rounds until they reach the semi-finals, where two games are played. Then, just like in the FA Cup, the final is also played at Wembley Stadium.

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