India - List of All India Governor's Gold Cup Winners (Sikkim)


               
Ed Year Winners                                Runners-Up  
 1 1979 GMC (Gangtok)                          Border Security Force (Kadamtala)
 2 1980 Mohammed Sporting (Calcutta)           Rajastan Club (Calcutta)
 3 1981 Mafatlal (Mumbai)                      I.T.I. (Bangalore)
 4 1982 Punjab Police                          Punjab State Electricity Board 
 5 1983 Punjab Police                          Thimpu XI (Bhutan)
 6 1984 Mohun Bagan and Jamshedpur XI shared due to the murder of
                                      then prime minister Indira Gandhi
 7 1985 Mohun Bagan                            Mohammed Sporting (Calcutta)    
 8 1986 Mohun Bagan                            Mohammed Sporting (Calcutta) 
 9 1987 Sesa (Goa)                         0-0 Mohammed Sporting (Calcutta)  [5-3 pen]
10 1988 JCF (Nepal)                            Eastern Command
11 1989 Mohun Bagan                            Mohammed Sporting (Calcutta) 
12 1990 RNAC (Nepal)                           Bank of India (Mumbai)
13 1991 Mohun Bagan                        2-1 Mohammed Sporting (Calcutta) 
14 1992 Mohun Bagan                            M.J.S. (Bangladesh)
15 1993 Rising Star (Orissa)                   V.S.C. (Bangladesh)
16 1994 Mohun Bagan                            Army XI
17 1995 Punjab Police                          Mohun Bagan
18 1996 Air India (Mumbai)                 0-0 Mohun Bagan                        [4-3 pen]
19 1997 ANFA XI (Nepal)                    2-1 East Bengal
20 1998 ANFA XI (Nepal)                    2-1 Army XI
21 1999 Army XI                            3-1 Kerala Police
22 2000 Mohun Bagan                        3-0 Air India (Mumbai)
23 2001 Mohun Bagan                        4-0 Arambagh KS (Dhaka)
24 2002 Border Security Force  (Jalandhar) 3-0 Arambagh KS (Dhaka)
25 2003 Tata Football Academy (Jamshedpur) 1-0 Air India (Mumbai)              
26 2004 Ever Ready (Calcutta)              1-1 ANFA XI (Nepal)                    [4-2 pen]
27 2005 Border Security Force  (Jalandhar) 1-1 Tata Football Academy              [4-2 pen]
28 2006 Air-India                          2-2 Army XI                            [4-1 pen]
29 2007 New Road Team (Kathmandu, Nepal)   2-1 Three Star Club (Kathmandu)
30 2008 Three Star Club (Kathmandu, Nepal) 1-0 Army XI 
31 2009 Calcutta Port Trust                1-0 BNR Kolkata
32 2010 ONGC (Mumbai)                      3-1 Bengal Mumbai FC
33 2012 Border Security Force              0-0 Three Star Club (Kathmandu)        [3-0 pen]
34 2013 Three Star Club (Kathmandu, Nepal) 3-1 Manang Marshangdi Club (Kathmandu)
35 2014 ONGC (Mumbai)                      2-2 Manang Marshangdi Club (Kathmandu) [2-0 pen]

Number of Wins (35; runners-up finishes between square brackets):

 9 [2] Mohun Bagan (one win shared)

 3     Punjab Police   

 2 [2] Air India (Mumbai)    
 2 [2] Three Star Club (Kathmandu, Nepal)
 2 [1] ANFA XI (Nepal)       
 2     Border Security Force  (Jalandhar) 
 2     ONGC (Mumbai)     

 1 [5] Mohammed Sporting (Calcutta) 
 1 [4] Army XI   
 1 [1] Border Security Force (Kadamtala)
 1 [1] Tata Football Academy (Jamshedpur)
 1     Calcutta Port Trust  
 1     Ever Ready (Calcutta)
 1     GMC (Gangtok)
 1     JCF (Nepal)      
 1     Mafatlal (Mumbai)  
 1     New Road Team (Kathmandu, Nepal)
 1     Rising Star (Orissa)   
 1     RNAC (Nepal)        
 1     Sesa (Goa)         

 1     Jamshedpur XI (shared)

   [2] Arambagh KS (Dhaka, Bangladesh)
   [2] Manang Marshangdi Club (Kathmandu, Nepal)
   [1] Bank of India (Mumbai)
   [1] Bengal Mumbai FC
   [1] BNR Kolkata
   [1] East Bengal
   [1] Eastern Command
   [1] I.T.I. (Bangalore)
   [1] Kerala Police
   [1] M.J.S. (Bangladesh)
   [1] PSEB (Punjab)
   [1] Rajastan Club (Calcutta)
   [1] Thimpu XI (Bhutan)
   [1] V.S.C. (Bangladesh)


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Sources: Sikkim FA, indianfootball.com

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Last updated: 18 Dec 2014

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