Premier League Champions: Manchester United 90pts
Carling Cup Winners: Manchester United
FA Cup: Chelsea vs. Everton (scheduled for May 30th)
Liga Champions: Porto 70pts
Portuguese League Cup Winners: Benfica
Bundesliga Champions: VfL Wolfsburg 69pts
DFB Pokal: Werder Bremen vs. Bayer Leverkusen (scheduled for May 30th)
Serie A Champions: Inter Milan 81pts with one more game to play
Coppa Italia Winners: Lazio
La Liga Champions: Barcelona 86pts with one more game to play - scored 104 league goals!
Copa Del Rey Winners: Barcelona
Ere Divisie Champions: AZ Alkmaar 80pts
KNVB Beker Cup Winners: Heerenveen
Premier League Champions: Rangers 86pts
Scottish League Cup Winners: Celtic
Scottish FA Cup: Ranger vs. Falkirk (scheduled for May 30th)
Turkish Cup Winners: Besiktas
Super Liga Champions?
It's down to the wire in Turkey. Sivasspor has been going great guns all season, trying to break up the Istanbul clubs dominance on the Super Liga. Besiktas leads the table, two points ahead of Sivasspor leading up to May 31st Sunday's title decider. Sivasspor will find it difficult to pip Besiktas as they will have to face Galatasaray in the Ali Sami Yen stadium. Besiktas will look to stroll past Denizlispor to win their 11th Super Liga title.
Bundesliga Champions: RB Salzburg 74pts
Austrian Cup Winners: FK Austria Wien
First Division League Champions: Standard Liege 77pts
Belgian Cup Winners: Genk
Coupe de France Winners: Guingamp
Ligue 1 Champions?
The French league, Ligue 1, will play its last round of matches this coming Saturday May 30th 2009. Bordeaux, powered by the excellent Yoann Gourcuff, leads the table by 3 points over second placed Marseille. They face lowly Caen away and should wrap up the title then. It will be their 6th championship win. More significantly, this breaks the Lyon stranglehold on the French Le Championnat. Lyon had won it a record breaking seven times before this season.
Super League Champions: FC Zurich 76pts
UEFA Cup Winners: Shaktar Donetsk
Champions League Cup: Manchester United vs. Barcelona (scheduled for May 27th)
So what's left after this weekend of European matches...well there are,
1. Copa Libertadores quarterfinal stages
2. FIFA Confederations Cup in South Africa
3. World Cup Qualifiers
4. Barclays Asia Trophy (the Premier League's version of the 39th game)
5. Liverpool and Manchester United's Summer Tour of Asia
6. Chelsea's Tour of United States
7. UEFA European U-21 Championships
8. AFC Asian Champions League
So it looks like there is still a lot of football to watch and read about...which is great! And I thought that it would be a dull 2-3 months with no football at all.