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English Capital One Cup

The England League Cup (Capital One Cup) formerly known as the Carling Cup, also known as the Football League Cup or more simply as the Carling Cup. It is a competition in English football. 92 English Football Clubs contest the competition, with matches played on a knockout model. 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. The England Carling was created in 1960, and since its creation, Liverpool has been the most successful team having won it 7 times.

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Channels licensed to broadcast Capital One Cup in United States

beIN Sports en Español
2012-2015
English and Spanish language rights.
beIN Sports USA
2012-2015
Live and Exclusive on beIN SPORTS. English and Spanish language rights.
ESPN
2012-2015
ESPN Deportes
2012-2015
ESPN Radio
2012-2015
ESPN2
2012-2015
ESPNEWS
2012-2015
ESPNU
2012-2015
WATCH ESPN
2012-2015

 

News

Man City vs Newcastle live online streaming/TV info: Watch on Oct. 29
Live Soccer TV
With Manchester's derby on their mind, The Citizens will host The Magpies trying to reach the next round of the Capital One Cup
Watch Tottenham vs Brighton & Hove Albion: live online streaming & TV listings
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Tottenham vs Brighton & Hove Albion will be featured in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday the 28th of October at the White Hart Lane.
Where to watch Shrewsbury vs Chelsea: live online streaming & TV listings
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Shrewsbury vs Chelsea will go live this Tuesday in a Capital One Cup encounter at Greenhous Meadow.
Liverpool vs Swansea live online streaming / TV info: Watch on Oct. 28, 2014
Live Soccer TV
The 2014/15 Capital One Cup resumes with Liverpool vs Swansea taking place at Anfield on October 28, 2014. Find live streaming and TV listings here.
Tottenham Hotspur vs Brighton: Capital One Cup match preview
The Independent
Yet Spurs have garnered joy in the Europa League, where they top their group after last Thursday's demolishing of Asteras Tripolos. But for Brighton, their Capital One Cup run to the fourth round presents a silver lining in an otherwise despondent season.
English League Cup roundup: Balotelli a hero, and thrills all-around
NBCSports.com
Last season saw seven Premier League clubs and one Championship side (Leicester City) advance to the quarters, but this year there will be a minimum of two non-PL teams in the Fifth Round thanks to two matches featuring clubs from the Championship or ...
Football: Man City ready to revive season
Otago Daily Times
City had won just once in six games before the international break and were knocked out of the League Cup, fell eight points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea and saw their Champions League challenge all but ended at the hands of CSKA Moscow.
Ian Rush: Lack of title hope shows how the mighty have fallen
Irish Independent
Yet, when you reflect on what has happened in English football, where Arsenal are unable to compete financially with City, United and Chelsea, Wenger's success in delivering Champions League football for 16 years straight just has to be applauded ...
NEWSMAKER-Soccer-Messi leaves La Liga greats trailing
Daily Mail
Messi equalled the record with a typically breathtaking effort, curling a free kick around the wall and past goalkeeper Beto to give Barca a 1-0 lead. ... "Messi is a genius," said Franz Beckenbauer, a World Cup winner with Germany as player and coach.
FIFA credibility in freefall, says German league chief
The Star Online
BERLIN (Reuters) - The head of Germany's Football League (DFL) launched a scathing attack on FIFA on Saturday, saying coordinated action was needed from Europe to reform world soccer's governing body. ... The tiny Gulf state, enriched by its vast ...

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