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English Football League (EFL) Trophy Winners

Can you name all 29 clubs that have won the EFL Trophy?
The competition was launched as the Associate Members' Cup during the 1983/84 season and was renamed as the Football League Trophy ahead of the 1992/93 season. It took on its current name as part of the Football League's rebranding for the 2016/17 season. It is primarily open to teams in the third and fourth tiers of English football.
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Winners
Runners-up
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1983-84
Bournemouth
Hull City
Freight Rover
1984-85
Wigan Athletic
Brentford
Freight Rover
1985-86
Bristol City
Bolton Wanderers
Freight Rover
1986-87
Mansfield Town
Bristol City
Sherpa Van
1987-88
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Burnley
Sherpa Van
1988-89
Bolton Wanderers
Torquay United
Leyland DAF
1989-90
Tranmere Rovers
Bristol Rovers
Leyland DAF
1990-91
Birmingham City
Tranmere Rovers
Autoglass
1991-92
Stoke City
Stockport County
Autoglass
1992-93
Port Vale
Stockport County
Autoglass
1993-94
Swansea City
Huddersfield Town
Auto Windscreens
1994-95
Birmingham City
Carlisle United
Auto Windscreens
1995-96
Rotherham United
Shrewsbury Town
Auto Windscreens
1996-97
Carlisle United
Colchester United
Auto Windscreens
1997-98
Grimsby Town
Bournemouth
Auto Windscreens
1998-99
Wigan Athletic
Millwall
Auto Windscreens
1999-2000
Stoke City
Bristol City
LDV Vans
2000-01
Port Vale
Brentford
LDV Vans
2001-02
Blackpool
Cambridge United
LDV Vans
2002-03
Bristol City
Carlisle United
LDV Vans
2003-04
Blackpool
Southend United
LDV Vans
2004-05
Wrexham
Southend United
LDV Vans
2005-06
Swansea City
Carlisle United
Johnstone's Paint
2006-07
Doncaster Rovers
Bristol Rovers
Johnstone's Paint
2007-08
Milton Keynes Dons
Grimsby Town
Johnstone's Paint
2008-09
Luton Town
Scunthorpe United
Johnstone's Paint
2009-10
Southampton
Carlisle United
Johnstone's Paint
2010-11
Carlisle United
Brentford
Johnstone's Paint
2011-12
Chesterfield
Swindon Town
Johnstone's Paint
2012-13
Crewe Alexandra
Southend United
Johnstone's Paint
2013-14
Peterborough United
Chesterfield
Johnstone's Paint
2014-15
Bristol City
Walsall
Johnstone's Paint
2015-16
Barnsley
Oxford United
Checkatrade
2016-17
Coventry City
Oxford United
Checkatrade
2017-18
Lincoln City
Shrewsbury Town
Checkatrade
2018-19
Portsmouth
Sunderland
Leasing.com
2019-20
Salford City
Portsmouth
Papa John's
2020-21
Sunderland
Tranmere Rovers
Papa Johns
2021-22
Rotherham United
Sutton United
Papa Johns
2022-23
Bolton Wanderers
Plymouth Argyle
+2
Level 84
Mar 15, 2023
The final of the 2019/20 season's edition of the tournament was not held until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. By this time, Leasing.com no longer sponsored the competition and so the match was branded as the 2020 Papa John's Trophy Final. Papa Johns underwent rebranding later in 2021, hence the lack of apostrophe in the sponsor's name from the 2021/22 season onwards.
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Level 84
Apr 2, 2023
The competition's first matches took place on 20th February 1984, with that season's final on 24th May at Boothferry Park. It was essentially a reconstitution of the Football League Group Cup which first took place in 1981/82 and was itself then renamed as the Football League Trophy for the 1982/83 season. This initial tournament was formed by the Football League as a replacement for the Anglo-Scottish Cup which had run from 1975/76 to 1980/81 and was itself a reincarnation of the Texaco Cup (1970/71 to 1974/75).