The Results Archive
Including 1,023,483 match results over 138 seasons
Last British, French and US troops leave West Berlin in September 1994. In May 1994 Manchester United retained the Premier League title. Austria, Finland and Sweden join the EU at the start of 1995. Woking beat Runcorn to win the FA Trophy in May 1994. First trains for the public run in the Channel Tunnel in November 1994. Helmut Kohl wins a narrow vote to become the German Chancellor. Diss Town won the FA Vase at Wembley in May 1994. Russian troops enter Chechnya at the start of a protracted war against Chechen guerillas. Manchester United put four past Chelsea to win the FA Cup in May 1994. An Estonian ferry capsizes and sinks in the Baltic Sea leaving over 900 dead.
League Cup
R1A   R1B   R2B   R3   R3R   R4   R4R   QF   SF1   SF2   F  
Tuesday 25 October 1994
Liverpool2 - 1Stoke City
Mansfield Town0 - 2Millwall
Queens Park Rangers3 - 4Manchester City
Sheffield United1 - 2Bolton Wanderers
Wimbledon0 - 1Crystal Palace
Wednesday 26 October 1994
Aston Villa1 - 0Middlesbrough
Blackburn Rovers2 - 0Coventry City
Brighton & Hove Albion1 - 1Swindon Town
Newcastle United2 - 0Manchester United
Notts County3 - 0Tottenham Hotspur
Oldham Athletic0 - 0Arsenal
Portsmouth0 - 1Derby County
Sheffield Wednesday1 - 0Southampton
Tranmere Rovers1 - 1Norwich City
West Ham United1 - 0Chelsea
Wolverhampton Wanderers2 - 3Nottingham Forest