after the final UEFA banned English clubs from Europe for an indefinite period, with a proviso added that Liverpool would serve a further three year ban after the ban on other English clubs had been lifted. Liverpool returned to European competition in 1991 competing in the 1991-92 UEFA Cup, a year after other English clubs had been accepted back.
England have never won it. English clubs have won the Champions League/European Cup 12 times. From 1955 up until 1992, it was known as the European Cup and since then it has been the Champions League. Since it became known as the Champions League English clubs have won it 4 times.
Here countries go to the world cup not clubs.
They've never won a Super Bowl, but were league champs in 1957 before the merger.
Do you mean golf clubs, or , golf clubs ?
Eleven England players have been sent off: 1968: Alan Mullery vs Yugoslavia (European Champs Semi Final) 1973: Alan Ball vs Poland (World Cup Qualifier) 1977: Trevor Cherry vs Argentina (Friendly) 1986: Ray Wilkins vs Morocco (World Cup Finals) 1998: David Beckham vs Argentina (World Cup Finals) 1998: Paul Ince vs Sweden (away, European Champs Qualifier) 1999: Paul Scholes vs Sweden (home, European Champs Qualifier) 1999: David Batty vs Poland (European Champs Qualifier) 2002: Alan Smith vs Macedonia (European Champs Qualifier) 2005: David Beckham vs Austria (World Cup Qualifier) - first England captain to be sent off; first England player to be sent off twice 2006: Wayne Rooney vs Portugal (World Cup Qualifier)
There has been more English captains that have won the European cup than Scottish
0 ... they have been Big 10 champs/co-champs 10 times but have not won a national championship.
i English football. or real football, my team Birmingham city borrowed our hated neighbours the money to buy their first set of floodlights
The english begun the slavery.
Operas have been written in most all languages on Earth, primarily the European, Asian and English languages.