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Santosh Trophy Winners Name and Most Successful Team List

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Santosh Trophy was first introduced in the year 1941. The trophy was named in honor of the Maharaja Sir Manmatha Nath Roy Chowdhary of Santosh (the location is currently located in Bangladesh). At the time, he was the president of the Indian Football Association, the football governing body of Bengal, and also the person who donated the trophy. Check Santosh Trophy Winners Name and Most Successful Team List.

Durand Cup, Rovers Cup, Kalinga cup, and many more were other trophies that clubs competed to take home. But the Santosh Trophy remained the top most coveted among them all. It was the award where the states showcased their finest talent, and the public pinned them on their high expectations. States and teams were required to organize camps for weeks, with the top trainers. The top players were picked from the crowd.

Here are Most Successful Team List of Santosh Trophy

Bengal has won the title record 31 times, beating second-placed Punjab which has been crowned on eight occasions.

Santosh Trophy Winners Name and Most Successful Team List

Santosh Trophy Winners Name

Kerala And Goa are third with five titles each. The list below is the complete list of Santosh Trophy Winners. Santosh Trophy is the Indian National State Trophy that was awarded during the Football tournaments that started in 1941.

Santosh trophy was named in honor of the late Maharaja Sir Manmatha Nath Roy Chowdhary of Santosh place, which is now Bangladesh. He was the president of the Indian Football Association.

YearWinnersRunners-up
1941-42BengalDelhi
1942-43No competition
1943-44No competition
1944-45DelhiBengal
1945-46BengalBombay
1946-47MysoreBengal
1947-48BengalBombay
1948-49No competition
1949-50BengalHyderabad
1950-51BengalHyderabad
1951-52BengalBombay
1952-53MysoreBengal
1953-54BengalMysore
1954-55BombayServices
1955-56BengalMysore
1956-57HyderabadBombay
1957-58HyderabadBombay
1958-59BengalServices
1959-60BengalBombay
1960-61ServicesBengal
1961-62RailwayBombay
1962-63BengalMysore
1963-64MaharashtraAndhra Pradesh
1964-65RailwaysBengal
1965-66Andhra PradeshBengal
1966-67RailwaysServices
1967-68MysoreBengal
1968-69MysoreBengal
1969-70BengalServices
1970-71PunjabMysore
1971-72BengalRailways
1972-73BengalTamil Nadu
1973-74KeralaRailways
1974-75PunjabBengal
1975-76BengalKarnataka
1976-77BengalMaharashtra
1977-78BengalPunjab
1978-79BengalGoa
1979-80BengalPunjab
1980-81PunjabRailways
1981-82BengalRailways
1982-83Bengal and Goa(joint winners)
1983-84GoaPunjab
1984-85PunjabMaharashtra
1985-86PunjabBengal
1986-87BengalRailways
1987-88PunjabKerala
1988-89BengalKerala
1989-90GoaKerala
1990-01MaharashtraKerala
1991-92KeralaGoa
1992-93KeralaMaharashtra
1993-94BengalKerala
1994-95BengalPunjab
1995-96BengalGoa
1996-97BengalGoa
1997-98BengalGoa
1998-99BengalGoa
1999-00MaharashtraKerala
2000-01KeralaGoa
2001-02No Concurrence
2002-03ManipurKerala
2003-04No competition
2004-05KeralaPunjab
2005-06GoaMaharashtra
2006-07PunjabWest Bengal
2007-08PunjabServices
2008-09GoaBengal
2009-10BengalPunjab
2010-11BengalManipur
2011-12ServicesTamil Nadu
2012-13ServicesKerala
2013-14MizoramRailways

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