Pin
Send
Share
Send


Group A

  • Beşiktas of Turkey
  • Ilhwa Chunma of South Korea
  • Kaizer Chiefs of South Africa
  • Olympique Lyonnais of France

Group B

  • 1860 München of Germany
  • Nacional of Uruguay
  • Los Angeles Galaxy of the United States
  • PSV Eindhoven of the Netherlands

2005 edition

Group A

  • Ilhwa Chunma of South Korea
  • Olympique Lyonnais of France
  • Once Caldas of Colombia
  • PSV Eindhoven of the Netherlands

Group B

  • Boca Juniors of Argentina
  • Real Sociedad of Spain
  • Sundowns of South Africa
  • Tottenham Hotspur of England

List of champions

  • 2003-PSV Eindhoven
  • 2005-Tottenham Hotspur
  • 2007-Olympique Lyonnais
  • 2009-Aston Villa
  • 2012-Hamburger SV

Notes

  1. ↑ Bob Selle, "Soccer for Peace," WANGO. Retrieved April 9, 2015.
  2. ↑ John Haydon, "Peace Cup is latest goodwill event for sport," True Parents Organization. Retrieved April 4, 2007.
  3. ↑ Sun Myung Moon, "The Role of Sports in Creating World Peace," True Parents Organization, 2002. Retrieved April 4, 2007.
  4. ↑ Pele still working to unify the world The Washington Times, July 22, 2003. Retrieved April 27, 2015.

References

  • Cho, Jin-seo. "Lyon Advance to Final." The Korea Times, July 21, 2005, 20.
  • Cox, Gerry. "Mido Touch Suits Spurs." Daily Star, July 22, 2005, 68.
  • Haydon, John. "Boca Juniors Continue on Road to Recovery." The Washington Times, July 18, 2005, C2.
  • Haydon, John. "Defending Champs Open with Win." The Washington Times, July 17, 2005, D3.
  • Haydon, John. "Dutch Team, Popular Coach Ousted in Cup." The Washington Times, July 21, 2005, C1.
  • Haydon, John. "In Soccer-Crazy Country, Seoul Still Yearning for Club." The Washington Times, July 19, 2003, C6.
  • Haydon, John. "Lyon, Tottenham to Meet in Final; French Champion Olympique Lyon Meets Tottenham Hotspur of the English Premier League Tomorrow in the Eight-Team Peace Cup's Championship Game at World Cup Stadium." The Washington Times, July 23, 2005, C4.
  • Haydon, John. "Peace Cup is Latest Goodwill Event for Sport". The Washington Times, July 15, 2003, C3.
  • Haydon, John. "S. Korea's ex-Coach Remains a Hero." The Washington Times, July 18, 2003, C2.
  • Haydon, John. "Team Unwelcome Until it Won a Title." The Washington Times, July 17, 2003, C6.
  • Haydon, John. "World Cup Stadium is a Symbol of Seoul's Future." The Washington Times, July 16, 2003, C5.
  • Hills, David. "Viagra Retailer Pele." The Observer, May 9, 2004, 4.
  • Kim, Peter. "Triumph of the Il Hwa Soccer Team." Unification News (December 1995): 7.

External Links

All links retrieved January 31, 2019.

  • Peace Cup Statistics.
  • A Brief History of the Peace Cup
  • Peace Cup - Spain 2009 on Goalzz.com
  • Peace Cup - Korea 2007 on Goalzz.com

Pin
Send
Share
Send