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England - League Cup

Next to the FA Cup the English competition also has a second football competition, the Football League Cup. This Cup starts with 92 (20 clubs from the Premier League and 72 from the Football League) clubs from Wales and England, whereas in the FA Cup 758 clubs enter the competition.

The League Cup was founded in 1960 and since Liverpool is the record holder with 8 wins. They are also the current (2012) champions. The winner of the League Cup gets to play in the Europa League the following year, unless they already qualify for the Champions League through a high end position in the regular competition that is the Premier League. In that case the runner up will play in the Europa League. Although the League Cup is perceived as a lower achievement than winning the FA Cup or Football League by many teams, eventually the matches that are made are between some of Europe's top clubs, as the English Competition has a very high quality. The later stages of the League Cup will have a live stream as it is to be expected that only clubs from the higher divisions, The Premier League and the Championship will survive in this knockout format.

The League Cup is often used by the Top teams such as Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal to give young and upcoming players playtime against decent opponents. Therefore the League cup is seen as an important trainings stage by famous trainers Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger. So since a few years the League Cup has showered off its dusty image and advertises with these fresh and young prospects. They obviously can be seen playing amongst top players as Balotelli and Van Persie in the later stages of the League Cup, of which most matches have a football live stream for free.

The League Cup has seven rounds, such that only 32 of the 92 teams remain in the third round. Only teams from the Premier League and the Football League are eligible for the League Cup and the matches on the live stream. Moreover teams that also play in the European Leagues have a bye until the third round. As of 2012 a new sponsor has been attracted for the League Cup. Capitol One, a company specialised in Credit Cards and other loans.
The League Cup usually finished rather early during the season, so make sure to check back soon fot live football streams of the 2012-2013 League Cup!

Results League Cup 2013-2014

Round 4HomeAwayResults
Tue 29 OctLeicesterFulham4-3
Tue 29 OctBirminghamStoke6-8
Tue 29 OctMan UnitedNorwich4-0
Tue 29 OctArsenalChelsea0-2
Tue 29 OctBurnleyWest Ham0-2
Wed 30 OctTottenhamHull10-9
Wed 30 OctNewcastleMan City0-2
Wed 06 NovSunderlandSouthampton2-1
Round 3HomeAwayResults
Tue 24 SepLeicesterDerby2-1
Tue 24 SepWest HamCardiff3-2
Tue 24 SepBurnleyNottingham F.2-1
Tue 24 SepMan CityWigan5-0
Tue 24 SepSouthamptonBristol City2-0
Tue 24 SepWatfordNorwich2-3
Tue 24 SepSwindonChelsea0-2
Tue 24 SepHullHuddersfield Town1-0
Tue 24 SepSunderlandPeterboro2-0
Tue 24 SepAston VillaTottenham0-4
Tue 24 SepFulhamEverton2-1
Wed 25 SepDoncasterStoke0-2
Wed 25 SepMan UnitedLiverpool1-0
Wed 25 SepScunthorpeLeeds2-0
Wed 25 SepBirminghamSwansea3-1
Wed 25 SepWest BromArsenal4-5
Round 2HomeAwayResults
Tue 27 AugLeyton OrientHull0-1
Tue 27 AugPeterboroReading6-0
Tue 27 AugDerbyBrentford5-0
Tue 27 AugCarlisleLeicester2-5
Tue 27 AugBarnsleySouthampton1-5
Tue 27 AugQPRSwindon0-2
Tue 27 AugDoncasterLeeds1-3
Tue 27 AugLiverpoolNotts County4-2
Tue 27 AugHuddersfield TownCharlton3-2
Tue 27 AugBurnleyPreston2-0
Tue 27 AugYeovilBirmingham5-6
Tue 27 AugSunderlandMilton Keynes Dons4-2
Tue 27 AugBurtonFulham6-7
Tue 27 AugTranmereBolton5-3
Tue 27 AugNorwichBury6-3
Tue 27 AugWest HamCheltenham2-1
Tue 27 AugBristol CityCrystal Palace2-1
Tue 27 AugDoncasterBolton5-3
Tue 27 AugWest BromNewport3-0
Wed 28 AugWatfordBournemouth2-0
Wed 28 AugEvertonStevenage2-1
Wed 28 AugStokeWalsall3-1
Wed 28 AugNottingham F.Millwall2-1
Wed 28 AugAston VillaRotherham3-0
Wed 28 AugAccringtonCardiff0-2
Wed 28 AugMorecambeScunthorpe0-2
Round 1HomeAwayResults
Mon 05 AugPrestonBlackpool1-0
Tue 06 AugPort ValeWalsall1-2
Tue 06 AugStevenageIpswich2-0
Tue 06 AugSheffield UnitedBurton1-2
Tue 06 AugExeterQPR0-2
Tue 06 AugDoncasterRochdale1-0
Tue 06 AugRotherhamSheffield Weds2-1
Tue 06 AugCheltenhamCrawley4-3
Tue 06 AugOldhamDerby0-1
Tue 06 AugCharltonOxford Utd4-0
Tue 06 AugBristol RoversWatford1-3
Tue 06 AugSouthendYeovil0-1
Tue 06 AugBarnsleyScunthorpe5-4
Tue 06 AugGillinghamBristol City0-2
Tue 06 AugNorthamptonMilton Keynes Dons1-2
Tue 06 AugMorecambeWolves1-0
Tue 06 AugMillwallWimbledon2-1
Tue 06 AugTranmereMansfield2-0
Tue 06 AugBournemouthPortsmouth1-0
Tue 06 AugLeyton OrientCoventry3-2
Tue 06 AugBuryCrewe3-2
Tue 06 AugNottingham F.Hartlepool3-1
Tue 06 AugSwindonTorquay1-0
Tue 06 AugYorkBurnley0-4
Tue 06 AugWycombeLeicester1-2
Tue 06 AugColchesterPeterboro1-5
Tue 06 AugShrewsburyBolton1-3
Tue 06 AugBirminghamPlymouth3-2
Tue 06 AugBrentfordDagenham & Red.3-2
Tue 06 AugBrightonNewport1-3
Tue 06 AugMiddlesbroughAccrington1-2
Tue 06 AugHuddersfield TownBradford2-1
Wed 07 AugCarlisleBlackburn7-6
Wed 07 AugLeedsChesterfield2-1
Wed 07 AugNotts CountyFleetwood Town3-2

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