EFL Cup finals

  Winners  
Liverpool8
Manchester City6
Manchester United5
Aston Villa5
Chelsea5
Tottenham Hotspur4
Nottingham Forest4
Leicester City3
Arsenal2
Norwich City2
Birmingham City2
Wolverhampton Wanderers2
West Bromwich Albion1
Middlesbrough1
Queens Park Rangers1
Leeds United1
Stoke City1
Luton Town1
Sheffield Wednesday1
Swindon Town1
Oxford United1
Blackburn Rovers1
Swansea City1
FinalWinner
(Coach)
ScoreRunner-upVenue
1961Aston Villa
Joe Mercer
0–2
Barry Webster, Alan Kirkman
3–0
Alan O'Neill, Harry Burrows, Peter McParland
Rotherham UnitedMillmoor
1962Norwich City
Willie Reid
3–0
Derrick Lythgoe (2), Bill Punton
1–0
Jimmy Hill
RochdaleSpotland
1963Birmingham City
Gil Merrick
3–1
Ken Leek (2), Jimmy Bloomfield / Bobby Thomson
0–0
Aston VillaSt Andrew's
1964Leicester City
Matt Gillies
1–1
Dave Gibson / Keith Bebbington
3–2
Mike Stringfellow, Dave Gibson, Howard Riley / Dennis Viollet, George Kinnell
Stoke CityVictoria Ground
1965Chelsea
Tommy Docherty
3–2
Bobby Tambling, Terry Venables, Eddie McCreadie / Colin Appleton, Jimmy Goodfellow
0–0
Leicester CityStamford Bridge
1966West Bromwich Albion
Jimmy Hagan
1–2
Jeff Astle / Johnny Byrne, Bobby Moore
4–1
Tony Brown, Clive Clark, John Kaye, Graham Williams / Martin Peters
West Ham UnitedBoleyn Ground
1967Queens Park Rangers
Alec Stock
3–2
Rodney Marsh, Roger Morgan, Mark Lazarus / Clive Clark (2)
West Bromwich AlbionWembley Stadium
1968Leeds United
Don Revie
1–0
Terry Cooper
ArsenalWembley Stadium
1969Swindon Town
Danny Williams
3–1
Roger Smart, Don Rogers (2) / Bobby Gould
ArsenalWembley Stadium
1970Manchester City
Joe Mercer
2–1
Mike Doyle, Glyn Pardoe / eff Astle
West Bromwich AlbionWembley Stadium
1971Tottenham Hotspur
Bill Nicholson
2–0
Martin Chivers (2)
Aston VillaWembley Stadium
1972Stoke City2–1ChelseaWembley Stadium
1973Tottenham Hotspur
Bill Nicholson
1–0
Ralph Coates
Norwich CityWembley Stadium
1974Wolverhampton Wanderers2–1Manchester CityWembley Stadium
1975Aston Villa1–0Norwich CityWembley Stadium
1976Manchester City
Tony Book
2–1
Peter Barnes, Dennis Tueart / Alan Gowling
Newcastle UnitedWembley Stadium
Aston Villa1–1
3–2
EvertonHillsborough Stadium
1978Nottingham Forest0–0
1–0
LiverpoolWembley Stadium
1979Nottingham Forest3–2SouthamptonWembley Stadium
1980Wolverhampton Wanderers1–0Nottingham ForestWembley Stadium
1981Liverpool1–1
2–1
West Ham UnitedWembley Stadium
1982Liverpool3–1Tottenham HotspurWembley Stadium
1983Liverpool2–1Manchester UnitedWembley Stadium
1984Liverpool0–0
1–0
EvertonWembley Stadium
1985Norwich City1–0SunderlandWembley Stadium
1986Oxford United3–0Queens Park RangersWembley Stadium
1987Arsenal2–1LiverpoolWembley Stadium
1988Luton Town3–2ArsenalWembley Stadium
1989Nottingham Forest3–1Luton TownWembley Stadium
1990Nottingham Forest1–0Oldham AthleticWembley Stadium
1991Sheffield Wednesday1–0Manchester UnitedWembley Stadium
1992Manchester United1–0Nottingham ForestWembley Stadium
1993Arsenal2–1Sheffield WednesdayWembley Stadium
1994Aston Villa3–1Manchester UnitedWembley Stadium
1995Liverpool2–1Bolton WanderersWembley Stadium
1996Aston Villa3–0Leeds UnitedWembley Stadium
1997Leicester City1–1
1–0
MiddlesbroughWembley Stadium
1998Chelsea
Gianluca Vialli
2–0
Frank Sinclair, Roberto Di Matteo
MiddlesbroughWembley Stadium
1999Tottenham Hotspur1–0Leicester CityWembley Stadium
2000Leicester City2–1Tranmere RoversWembley Stadium
2001Liverpool1–1 Birmingham CityMillennium Stadium
2002Blackburn Rovers2–1Tottenham HotspurMillennium Stadium
2003Liverpool2–0Manchester UnitedMillennium Stadium
2004Middlesbrough2–1Bolton WanderersMillennium Stadium
2005Chelsea
José Mourinho
3–2
Steven Gerrard (og), Didier Drogba, Mateja Kežman / John Arne Riise, Antonio Núñez
LiverpoolMillennium Stadium
2006Manchester United4–0Wigan AthleticMillennium Stadium
2007Chelsea
José Mourinho
2–1
Didier Drogba (2) / Teo Walcott
ArsenalMillennium Stadium
2008Tottenham Hotspur
Juande Ramos
2–1
Dimitar Berbatov, Jonathan Woodgate / Didier Drogba
ChelseaWembley Stadium
2009Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson
0–0
(4-1 p.)
Tottenham HotspurWembley Stadium
2010Manchester United
Sir Alex Ferguson
2–1
Michael Owen, Wayne Rooney / James Milner
Aston VillaWembley Stadium
2011Birmingham City
Alex McLeish
2–1
Nikola Žigić, Obafemi Martins / Robin van Persie
ArsenalWembley Stadium
2012Liverpool
Kenny Dalglish
2–2
Martin Skrtel, Dirk Kuyt / Joseph Mason, Ben Howard Turner (3-2 p.)
Cardiff CityWembley Stadium
2013Swansea City
Michael Laudrup
5–0
Nathan Dyer (2), Michu, Jonathan de Guzmán (2)
Bradford CityWembley Stadium
2014Manchester City
Manuel Pellegrini
3–1
Yaya Touré, Samir Nasri, Jesús Navas / Fabio Borini
SunderlandWembley Stadium
2015Chelsea
José Mourinho
2–0
John Terry, Diego Costa
Tottenham HotspurWembley Stadium
2016Manchester City
Manuel Pellegrini
1–1
Fernandinho / Philippe Coutinho (3-1 p.)
LiverpoolWembley Stadium
2017Manchester United
José Mourinho
3–2
Zlatan Ibrahimović (2), Jesse Ellis Lingard / Manolo Gabbiadini (2)
SouthamptonWembley Stadium
2018Manchester City
Pep Guardiola
3–0
Sergio Agüero, Vincent Kompany, David Silva
ArsenalWembley Stadium
2019Manchester City
Pep Guardiola
0-0
(4-3 p.)
ChelseaWembley Stadium