SANTSH TROPHY NATIONAL 2016-17 ( FINAL ROUND- GOA)

WINNERS and RUNNERS-UP LIST
2015-16 : Services 2-1 Maharashtra
2014-15 : Services 0–0; 5–4 (Pen) Punjab
2013-14 : Mizoram 3-0 Railways
2012-13 : Services 0–0; 4–3 (Pen) Kerala
2011-12 : Services 3-2 Tamil Nadu
2010-11 : Bengal 2-1 Manipur
2009-10 : Bengal 2-1 Punjab
2008–09 : Goa 0–0; 4–2 (Pen) Bengal
2007–08 : Punjab 1-0 Services
2006–07 : Punjab 0–0; 5-3 (Pen) Bengal
2005–06 : Goa 1-1, 2-0 (aet) Maharashtra
2004–05 : Kerala 3–2 (golden goal) Punjab
2002–03 : Manipur 2-1 (golden goal) Kerala
2001–02 : Kerala 3–2 (golden goal) Goa
1999–00 : Maharashtra 1-0 Kerala
1998–99 : Bengal 5-0 Goa
1997–98 : Bengal 1-0 Goa
1996–97 : Bengal 1-0 (aet) Goa
1995–96 : Bengal 2-0 Goa
1994–95 : Bengal 2–1 (golden goal) Punjab
1993–94 : Bengal 2–2; 7–5 (pen) Kerala
1992–93 : Kerala 2–0 Maharashtra
1991–92 : Kerala 3-0 Goa
1990–01 : Maharashtra 1-0 Kerala
1989–90 : Goa 2-0 Kerala
1988–89 : Bengal 4-3 (pen) Kerala
1987–88 : Punjab 0-0, 5-4(pen) Kerala
1986–87 : Bengal 2-0 Railways
1985–86 : Punjab 0-0, 4-1 (pen) Bengal
1984–85 : Punjab 3-0 Maharashtra
1983–84 : Goa 1-0 Punjab
1982–83 : Bengal 0-0 (joint winners)
1981–82 : Bengal 2-0 Railways
1980–81 : Punjab 0-0, 2-0 Railways
1979–80 : Bengal 1-0 Punjab
1978–79 : Bengal 1-0 Goa
1977–78 : Bengal 1-1, 3-1 Punjab
1976–77 : Bengal 1-0 Maharashtra
1975–76 : Bengal 0-0, 3-1 Karnataka
1974–75 : Punjab 6-0 Bengal
1973–74 : Kerala 3-2 Railways
1972–73 : Bengal 4-1 Tamil Nadu
1971–72 : Bengal 4-1 Railways
1970–71 : Punjab 1-1, 3-1 Mysore
1969–70 : Bengal 6-1 Services
1968–69 : Mysore 0-0, 1-0 Bengal
1967–68 : Mysore 1-0 Bengal
1966–67 : Railways 0-0, 2-0 Services
1965–66 : Andhra Pradesh 1-1, 1-0 Bengal
1964–65 : Railways 2-1 Bengal
1963–64 : Maharashtra 1-0 Andhra Pradesh
1962–63 : Bengal 2-0 Mysore
1961–62 : Railway 3-0 Bombay
1960–61 : Services 0-0, 1-0 Bengal
1959–60 : Bengal 3-1 Bombay
1958–59 : Bengal 1-0 Services
1957–58 : Hyderabad 3-1 Bombay
1956–57 : Hyderabad 1-1, 4-1 Bombay
1955–56 : Bengal 1-0 Mysore
1954–55 : Bombay 2-1 Services
1953–54 : Bengal 0-0, 3-1 Mysore
1952–53 : Mysore 1-0 Bengal
1951–52 : Bengal 1-0 Bombay
1950–51 : Bengal 1-0 Hyderabad
1949–50 : Bengal 5-0 Hyderabad
1947–48 : Bengal 0-0, 1-0 Bombay
1946–47 : Mysore 0-0, 2-0 Bengal
1945–46 : Bengal 2-0 Bombay
1944–45 : Delhi 2-0 Bengal
1941–42 : Bengal 5-1 Delhi

(No competition)
2003–04/2000–01/1948–49/1943–44/1942–43

Goa geared up to host Santosh Trophy

08.03.2017 - GFA PRESS RELEASE : Goa is set to play Meghalaya in the opening match of the 71st National Football Championship for the Santosh Trophy at SAG Athletic stadium, Bambolim, on March 12 at 4.00pm. Chandigarh will tackle West Bengal in the other match of the day to be played simultaneously at Rosary ground, Navelim.

The Santosh Trophy, which was one of the most prestigious tournaments of yesteryear, makes a return to Goa after a gap of 21 years. Goa last won the trophy in 2009 with captain and goalkeeper Felix D'Souza leading from the front as Goa emerged champions without conceding a goal.

A meeting of the organizing committee of the Santosh Trophy was held on Wednesday at the office of the Chief Secretary at the Secretariat. Chaired by the Chief Secretary Mr. Dharmendra Sharma, the meeting was attended by Mr. B.R. Singh (Secretary Sports), Mr. V.M. Prabhudesai (Executive Director SAG), Ms. Nila Mohanan (Collector North) and Mr. Roncan Pereira (attending on behalf of Mr. Swapnil Naik, Collector South). The Chief Secretary also released the draw on the occasion.

Also present were Mr. Schubert Pereira (VP South, GFA), Mr. Lavinio Rebello (VP North, GFA), Mr. Kartik Kashyap (SP North), Mrs, Chandan Choudhari (SP South), Mr. Devesh Kumar (SP Traffic), Dr. Sanjeev Dalvi (Director of Health Department), Mr. Ashok Menon (Director of Fire Services), Mr. Welvin Menezes (Hon. General Secretary, GFA), Mr. Angelo Albuquerque (Member GFA), Mr. Prakash Naik (Member GFA), Mr. Anthony Leo Fernandes (Member GFA), Mr. Bishut Themudo (Member GFA), Mr. Francis D'Souza (Member GFA), Mr. John Silva (Member GFA), Mr. Arnaldo Costa (Member GFA), Mr. Anthony John D'Costa (Member GFA), Mr. Patrick D'Souza (Member GFA), Mr. Raju Banaulikar (Member GFA), Mr. Anthony Pango (Member GFA) and Mr. Sanjiv Nagvenkar (Member GFA).

Speaking after the fruitful meeting, Mr. Welvin Menezes said that the GFA was geared up to host a successful tournament. "The meeting was very fruitful. We are thankful to the Chief Secretary, the Executive Director of SAG and all other government departments who pledged their support and cooperation to the Goa Football Association in organizing the Santosh Trophy. GFA is fully committed to hosting a good tournament for the fans and the public and we hope the crowd rally behind Goa and help us win the Santosh Trophy on home soil," he said.

The teams that have qualified for the final round are Services, Meghalaya, West Bengal, Goa, Chandigarh, all placed in Group A while Kerala, Maharshtra, Mizoram, Railways and Punjab make up Group B. The top two teams from each group will qualify for the semifinals.

Bambolim and Tilak Maidan would be the two main venues for the matches with Bambolim hosting all of Goa's matches. The semifinal and final will be played under lights at Bambolim. The final has been scheduled for March 26.