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List of Winners/Runners-Up of the DCM Trophy:

http://www.indianfootball.de/data/dcmtrophy.html

The DCM Football Tournament started in Delhi in 1945. DCM was the first tournament in the country which invited foreign club teams to participate along with the Indian teams.



Years Winners - Runners-Up Score :
1945 New Delhi Heroes - King's Own Yorkshire LI 3-2
1946-48 Tournament not held
1949 Raisina Sporting Union - City Club, Lucknow 1-1;3-1
1950 East Bengal Club - 48th Gorkhas, Dehra Dun 2-2;2-0
1951 Rajasthan Club - 48th Gorkhas, Dehra Dun 1-0
1952 East Bengal Club - 48th Gorkhas, Dehra Dun 4-0
1953 Aryan Gymkhana YC - Eir Accts, RC
1954 Geological Survey of India RC - Hyderabad XI 1-0
1955 IAF Station, Delhi - DSA Allahabad 2-0
1956 Indian Air Force XI - East Bengal Club 1-0
1957 East Bengal Club - Eastern Railways SC 0-0;2-0
1958 Mohammedan Sporting Club - East Bengal Club 3-1
1959 Central Police Lines, Hyderabad - Madras Eng Group, Bangalore 1-0
1960 East Bengal Club - Mohammedan Sporting Club 3-1
1961 Mohammedan Sporting Club - Madras Regt. Centre 2-1
1962 Madras Regt. Centre - Mafatlal Group SC 1-0
1963 EME Centre, Secunderabad - Punjab Police 0-0;3-1
1964 Mohammedan Sporting Club - Andhra Pradesh Police 1-1;1-0
1965 Andhra Pradesh Police - Central Police Lines 2-0
1966 Punjab Police - Leaders FC, Jalandhar 2-0
1967 Mafatlal Group SC - Leaders FC, Jalandhar 5-0
1968 Mafatlal Group SC - Leaders FC, Jalandhar 5-0
1969 Taj Club, Tehran - South Central Railway 4-0
1970 Taj Club, Tehran - Andhra Pradesh Police 3-1
1971 Taj Club, Tehran - Leaders FC, Jalandhar 1-0
1972 April 25 Youngmen FC, Pyongyang - Bayerischer FV, Munich 1-0
1973 East Bengal Club - Dok Ro Gang 0-0;0-0
refused to play extra-time
1974 East Bengal Club - Punjab Police 1-0
1975 Hanyang University, S. Korea - East Bengal Club 2-0
1976 Hanyang U & Punjab Police - (joint winners) 0-0;0-0
1977 Spartak United Club, USSR - JCT Mills 3-0
1978 Volga Kalinin, USSR - Bayerischer FV, Munich 1-0
1979 Border Security Force & CNBS - (joint winners) 1-1;2-2
1980 Mohammedan Sporting Club - Bank of Seoul & Trust Co 1-0
1981 Myeong Jee University, S. Korea - East Freemantle Tricolore Club 3-1
1982 Incheon University, S. Korea - Mohammedan Sporting Club 0-0;3-0
1983 East Bengal Club - Mohammedan Sporting Club 1-0
1984 Liaoning FC, China - W.Australia Soccer Association 1-0
1985 South Australia Football - East Bengal Club 0-0;5-4 [pen]
1986 Metallist Khardov, USSR - East Bengal Club 4-0
1987 Small & Medium Industries Bank - JCT Mills 1-0
1988 Posco Club, Korea - East Bengal Club 1-0
1989 Esteghlal Club, Iran - Posco Club, Korea 3-1
1990 Kyunghee University, S. Korea - Kerala Police 0-0;5-4 [pen]
1991 Pas Club, Iran - Mohun Bagan AC 1-0
1992 Incheon University, S. Korea - East Bengal Club 1-1;5-2 [pen]
1993 Varteks FC, Croatia - JCT Mills 3-0
1994 Bahaman Club, Iran - Mohun Bagan AC 2-0
1995 Tractorsazi, Iran - Punjab State Electricity Board 3-0
1996 Tournament not held
1997 Mohun Bagan AC - Tata Football Academy 2-0
1998 no free slot in the Indian football calendar for the Tournament

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Jan 12 12 6:58 PM

This is a tournament for young team?

Bayerischer FV, Munich, in 1972, was a Selection of the Bavarian regional organisations?

Other info?

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Jan 13 12 6:54 PM

Hier is talken about the DMC Cup 1972, but I don't understand korean:

http://roonba.20.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?p=17751#17751

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Jan 13 12 11:14 PM

koba wrote:
Hier is talken about the DMC Cup 1972, but I don't understand korean:

http://roonba.20.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?p=17751#17751


The link you gave is a link back to this same page.

If the Korean is written, Google translate will work OK.

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Jan 14 12 8:47 PM

mcruic wrote:
koba wrote:
Hier is talken about the DMC Cup 1972, but I don't understand korean:

http://roonba.20.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?p=17751#17751


The link you gave is a link back to this same page.

If the Korean is written, Google translate will work OK.


Oh, pardon

http://www.minjog21.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=2204

with google translate is incomprehensible

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Jan 14 12 10:46 PM

The article doesn't say much. It mentions that it was held in October 1972, and that April 25th won the tournament. It also mentions that teams from India, Singapore, Iran, Israel and West Germany took part. April 25th won one of their matches 7-0 against an Indian team (it doesn't mention the names of any teams, just the country they came from).

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Jan 15 12 4:51 PM

nfm24 wrote:
There are several articles in the Straits Times.


I find:

http://newspapers.nl.sg/Digitised/Page/straitstimes19720929.1.27.aspx

ST, 16 october, pag.26
Taj (Iran) - India's Army Ordinance Corps Centre 7-0 (4-0)
Quarter final of DCM

Singapore - Kidderpore S.C. 0-1
Quarter final

ST, 21 october, pag.29
Taj Club - April 25 0-0 (replay the match?)
Semifinal


Other team: Bayerischer (WGermany)

ST annunced two friendly: April 25-Singapore and Bayerische-Singapore
but I don't find the results
http://newspapers.nl.sg/Digitised/Page/straitstimes19721018.1.26.aspx

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Jan 15 12 10:44 PM

Taj team in DCM 1972
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Standing from left: Dariush Zahab - Adil Raza Khani - J. Qrab - a certain M. - M. Good - Akbar Mohammadi - Mansour Rashidi -? - Raykvf - Akbar Kargar Jam - Caro Haghverdi -?
Sitting from right: Javad Allahverdi - GH Mazloomi - esteem Janmlky - Mansour Pour-Heydari - good light - Abbas modern era - Nasser Hejazi - Haj Ali Qassem - Nasrullah Abdollahi[/img]

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Jan 16 12 11:37 AM

In my opinion:

Quarterifinal (16 oct.?)

Taj (Iran) - India's Army Ordinance Corps Centre 7-0 (4-0)
April 25 beat ?
Singapore - Kidderpore S.C. 0-1
Bayerischer FV beat ?

Semifinal (21 oct?)
Taj - April 25 0-0 (in repeat match win April 25)
Bayerischer FV beat Kidderpore S.C

Final
April 25 - Bayerischer FV 1-0

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Jan 16 12 2:25 PM

The reports are inconsistent;
Total of 34 teams competing. Four foreign teams: Taj (Iran), April 25 (N.Korea), "Bayerscher" (Munich), Singapore Reserves

Singapore and Bayerscher bye directly to quarterfinals

Quarterfinal
11-10-72 Singapore B 0-1 Kidderpore SC [or "Chief Inspectorate of Electronics, Bangalore"]
[Singapore eliminated, played friendlies vs college teams]

"Quarterfinal"
Taj - Jagjit Cotton Textile Mills

"Preliminary"
14-10 Taj 7-0 Indian Army Ordnance Corps

15-10 "Germans and Koreans have each won one game so far"

Semifinal
20-10 April 25th 0-0 Taj (replay later)


Probably friendlies Singapore vs April 25 and Bayerscher were cancelled.

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Jan 16 12 5:25 PM

nfm24 wrote:
The reports are inconsistent;


There are archives of Indian newspapers online?

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Jan 16 12 9:41 PM

http://books.google.it/books?id=O2RFRH0zSZ4C&pg=PA39&dq=dcm+football&hl=it&sa=X&ei=q3MUT4PrB8ip-gag0YjqAg&ved=0CDYQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=dcm%20football&f=false

In the post-Idependence era East Bengal club has achieved some of the most memorable results in Indian football. It is the only club with more wins that losses against foreign clubs in home matches. The most famous triumphs were the win agains Pas Club, mentioned above (1-0 in IFA Shield final), the 3-1 victory against Pyongyang City club of North Korea in the 1973 IFA Shield final and the won over Dok Ro Gang club of North Korea in the 1973 DCM final.

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Feb 4 12 5:52 PM

In club football, P.K.Banerjee: has won every major tournament in India. In the 1977 season he guided Mohun Bagan to a historic feat, winning the IFA Shield, Rovers Cup and Durand Cup respectively to achieve their first-ever triplecrown
triumph in one season.28 Yet, his greatest hour came as East Bengal coach against two North Korean club sides, firstly in the 1973 IFA Shield final
in Calcutta, and secondly in the DCM finals at Delhi in the same year. In the early 1970s the North Koreans were regarded as the best in Asia
due to their 1966 World Cup success where they beat Italy 1-0 and reached the quarter-finals in which they led Portugal 3-0 before conceding five goals. In the IFA Shield final, Pyongyang City Club, with five World Cup players in their ranks, succumbed to East Bengal’s range of passing and variety in attack. They
lost 1-3 with goals by Subash Bhowmick (2) and Mohammed Akbar. The North Korean club, Dok Ro Gang, which contested the DCM tournament final
against East Bengal in Delhi in 1973, had six 1966 World Cup players. Yet, East Bengal out-thought the North Koreans by using a flexible 4-5-1 system.
Mohammed Akbar was the lone forward and East Bengal’s packed midfield enabled them to dominate play. The North Koreans were so impressed with
East Bengal’s display that their embassy in Delhi made recordings of the Calcutta team’s matches and sent them back to Pyongyang for analysis. The
North Koreans feared that India, with six East Bengal players in their ranks would be their most dangerous opponents in the 1974 Asian Games. It seems
their preparations proved fruitful as India were heavily defeated 4-1.

http://www.la84foundation.org/SportsLibrary/FootballStudies/2002/FS0502f.pdf

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Mar 13 12 8:09 PM


1972 D.C.M. Trophy

Participants included:
April 25th (Pyongyang, North Korea)
Army Ordnance Corps Centre (Secunderabad)
Baldeo Club (Jaipur)
Bayerischer F.V. (Bavarian F.A., Germany)
Border Security Force (Jullundur)
Buddhist Blue Stars (Delhi)
Chief Inspectorate of Electronics (Bangalore)
City Club (Delhi)
Delhi Colts
Delhi Police
District Sports Association (Agra)
Frontier Club (Delhi)
Indian Air Force
Indian Nationals (Delhi)
Jagatjit Cotton & Textile Mills (Phagwara)
Kidderpore Sports Club (Calcutta)
Leader F.C. (Jullundur)
Modernites (Delhi)
President Estate (Delhi)
Punjab Police (Jullundur)
Raisina Sporting Union (Delhi)
Rajasthan Armed Constabulary (Bikaner)
Rama Sports Club (Allahabad)
Sikh Regimental Centre (Meerut)
Simla Youngs
Singapore Reserves (national developmental team)
Taj (Tehran, Iran) - now known as Esteghlal
Union Club (Ambala)
Young Men (Delhi)

Withdrew:
Bengal Engineering Centre (Roorkee)
Mafatlal Group (Bombay)
Mohammedan Sporting Club (Calcutta)
Orkay Mills (Bombay)

Results for the first two rounds may be incomplete.

Round 1
27- 9 City Club 4-3 D.S.A. (Agra)
28- 9 J.C.T. Mills 4-0 B.B.S.
29- 9 Frontier 3-2 Union Club
30- 9 Baldeo 2-1 Raisina Sporting
4-10 R.A.C. 5-1 Delhi Police
5-10 Punjab Police 8-1 President Estate
6-10 Indian Nationals 5-2 Rama

Round 2
1-10 J.C.T. Mills 3-1 City Club
4-10 C.I.L. 1-0 Young Men
6-10 R.A.C. 2-1 Frontier
10-10 Indian Nationals 2-1 S.R.C.
10-10 A.O.C. Centre 3-1 Delhi Colts

Round 3
8-10 Punjab Police 2-1 Kidderpore
8-10 B.S.F. 12-1 Modernites
9-10 R.A.C. 1-1 Leader
11-10 R.A.C. 2-0 Leader [replay]
11-10 C.I.L. 1-0 Singapore Reserves
11-10 J.C.T. Mills 0-0 Indian Air Force
12-10 J.C.T. Mills 0-0 Indian Air Force [replay; 5-3 pen]
12-10 Bayerischer F.V. 9-0 Indian Nationals
13-10 April 25th 7-0 Punjab Police
14-10 Taj 7-0 A.O.C. Centre

Quarterfinals
14-10 R.A.C. 1-1 C.I.L.
16-10 R.A.C. 3-1 C.I.L. [replay]
15-10 Bayerischer F.V. 1-1 B.S.F.
18-10 Bayerischer F.V. 3-2 B.S.F. [replay]
16-10 April 25th 9-0 Simla Youngs
18-10 Taj 9-0 J.C.T. Mills

Semifinals
20-10 April 25th 0-0 Taj
21-10 April 25th w/o Taj [replay; Taj withdrew]
21-10 Bayerischer F.V. 2-0 R.A.C.

Final
23-10 April 25th 1-1 Bayerischer F.V.

The win was awarded to April 25th after the match, as Bayerischer were unwilling to contest the replay the following day (partly due to injuries, and partly due to travel plans). The trophy was presented to the Koreans two days later, in a small ceremony in their hotel lobby.


April 25th goals:
13-10 [An Se-Uk x2, Cha Chong-Sok x2, Pak Jung-Hoon x2, Ma Jung-U]
16-10 [Pak Soong-Jin x3, Pak Jung-Hoon x2, Kim Jung-Min x2, An Se-Uk, Cha Chong-Sok]
23-10 [Ma Jung-U 89' / Meyer 76' pen]
Lineups 23-10:
April 25th: Lim Gi Shoon; Hong Dae Hwa, An Kil Won, Yoon Myong Chan; Kim Jung Min, Pak Jung Hoon;
Ma Jung U, Pak Soong Jin [c], An Se Uk, Cha Chong Sok, [1 player missing].
Bayerischer: Orlowski; Steinhausler, Lindinger, Auras, Zirgimeirr; Durrschmidt, Rossmann (Baacher),
Heigl, Nigl (Ertl), Meyer, Obermeirr.
Referee: I.Iqram-ul-Hao.

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Mar 15 12 1:50 PM

Results on the earlier rounds may be incomplete.


1973 D.C.M. Trophy

Participants included:
Border Security Force (Jullundur)
Chandigarh XI
Chief Inspectorate of Electronics (Bangalore)
City Club (Delhi)
City Club (Jaipur)
Dok Ro Gang (North Korea)
East Bengal Club (Calcutta)
Frontier Club (Delhi)
Gorkha Brigade (Dehradun)
Gypsy Club (Dehradun)
Hoshiarpur XI
Hyderabad XI
Indian Air Force
Indian Nationals (Delhi)
Jagatjit Cotton & Textile Mills (Phagwara)
Leader F.C. (Jullundur)
Mafatlal Group (Bombay)
Modernites (Delhi)
Mohammedan Sporting Club (Calcutta)
Mughals (Delhi)
Neemuch XI
New Delhi Heroes
Orkay Mills (Bombay)
Premier Tyres (Alwaye)
Punjab Police (Jullundur)
Raisina Sporting Union (Delhi)
Rajasthan Armed Constabulary (Bikaner)
Services XI
Sikh Regimental Centre (Meerut)
Simla Youngs
Tata Sports Club (Bombay)
Telco Recreation Club (Jamshedpur)
Tollygunge Agragami (Calcutta)
Usmania (Delhi)
Young Men (Delhi)

Withdrew:
Taj (Tehran, Iran)


Round 1
29- 9 City Club (D) 5-1 Gypsy Club
30- 9 S.R.C. 1-0 Frontier
1-10 Indian Air Force 1-1 Young Men
4-10 Indian Air Force 5-3 Young Men [replay]
2-10 R.A.C. 6-0 Mughals
2-10 Premier Tyres 2-0 Neemuch XI
3-10 C.I.L. 3-1 Hoshiarpur XI
3-10 Telco 0-0 Indian Nationals
7-10 Telco 2-1 Indian Nationals [replay]
7-10 Hyderabad XI 3-2 J.C.T. Mills
7-10 Services XI 3-0 Chandigarh XI
8-10 B.S.F. 9-0 City Club (J)
8-10 Tollygunge Ag. 3-2 Modernites
9-10 Leader 8-1 Usmania
10-10 Orkay Mills 3-0 Simla Youngs
10-10 Gorkha Brigade 3-0 Punjab Police
11-10 Mafatlal 7-0 Raisina Sporting
11-10 Tata 6-1 New Delhi Heroes

Round 2
4-10 Premier Tyres 2-1 S.R.C.
8-10 C.I.L. 2-1 R.A.C.
9-10 Indian Air Force 3-2 Hyderabad XI
12-10 Leader 8-0 Tollygunge Ag.
12-10 Services XI 5-1 Orkay Mills
12-10 B.S.F. 8-0 City Club (D)
13-10 Tata 4-2 Gorkha Brigade
13-10 Mafatlal 3-0 Telco

Round 3
14-10 Leader 2-1 Indian Air Force
14-10 C.I.L. 0-0 Services XI [4-3 pen]
15-10 Mafatlal 3-0 Premier Tyres
15-10 Tata 0-0 B.S.F. [5-2 pen]

Quarterfinal Stage

Group A
16-10 Dok Ro Gang 3-1 Mohammedan
17-10 Leader 7-0 C.I.L.
19-10 Leader 1-1 Mohammedan
21-10 Dok Ro Gang 7-0 Leader
21-10 C.I.L. 4-0 Mohammedan
23-10 Dok Ro Gang 1-0 C.I.L.

1.DOK RO GANG 3 3 0 0 11- 1 6
2.LEADER 3 1 1 1 8- 8 3
3.C.I.L. 3 1 0 2 4- 8 2
4.Mohammedan 3 0 1 2 1- 8 1

Group B
18-10 Mafatlal 3-0 Tata
20-10 Tata 2-2 East Bengal
22-10 East Bengal 5-0 Mafatlal

1.EAST BENGAL 2 1 1 0 7- 2 3
2.MAFATLAL 2 1 0 1 3- 5 2
3.Tata 2 0 1 1 2- 5 1

Semifinals
24-10 East Bengal 3-1 Leader
25-10 Dok Ro Gang 4-0 Mafatlal

Final
28-10 East Bengal 0-0 Dok Ro Gang
29-10 East Bengal 0-0 Dok Ro Gang [replay]

The North Koreans were unwilling to play extra time in the replay, and the trophy was thus
awarded to East Bengal. The North Koreans later disputed this decision, claiming that they
had indeed been willing to play but only after the players' safety could be assured (during
the match a Korean player had been injured by a stone thrown from the crowd).


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Mar 18 12 3:20 PM

nfm24 wrote:

Dok Ro Gang (North Korea)


No info on their team?

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