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List of Fed Cup champions

Fed Cup Champions

The following teams have won the Fed Cup (known as the Federation Cup until 1994) since its inception in 1963.

Czech Republic is the only country except United States and Australia to hold both Davis Cup and Fed Cup at the same time. The Czechs did the same in 2012.

Contents

  • List of finals 1
  • Performance by team 2
  • Records and statistics 3
    • Team records 3.1
    • Individual records 3.2
  • Notes 4

List of finals

Year Winner Score Runner-up Finals Venue (surface)[1] City
1963  United States (1) 2–1  Australia (1) Queen's Club (G) London, UK
1964  Australia (1) 2–1  United States (1) Germantown Cricket Club (G) Philadelphia, USA
1965  Australia (2) 2–1  United States (2) Kooyong Club (G) Melbourne, Australia
1966  United States (2) 3–0  West Germany (1) Turin Press Sporting Club (C) Turin, Italy
1967  United States (3) 2–0  Great Britain (1) Blau-Weiss T.C. (C) West Berlin
1968  Australia (3) 3–0  Netherlands (1) Stade Roland Garros (C) Paris, France
1969  United States (4) 2–1  Australia (2) Athens Tennis Club (C) Athens, Greece
1970  Australia (4) 3–0  West Germany (2) Freiburg T.C. (C) Freiburg, West Germany
1971  Australia (5) 3–0  Great Britain (2) Royal King's Park T.C. (G) Perth, Australia
1972  South Africa (1) 2–1  Great Britain (3) Ellis Park (H) Johannesburg, South Africa
1973  Australia (6) 3–0  South Africa (1) Bad Homburg T.C. (C) Bad Homburg, West Germany
1974  Australia (7) 2–1  United States (3) Naples T.C. (C) Naples, Italy
1975  Czechoslovakia (1) 3–0  Australia (3) Aixoise C.C. (C) Aix-en-Provence, France
1976  United States (5) 2–1  Australia (4) The Spectrum (ICp) Philadelphia, USA
1977  United States (6) 2–1  Australia (5) Devonshire Park (G) Eastbourne, UK
1978  United States (7) 2–1  Australia (6) Kooyong Club (G) Melbourne, Australia
1979  United States (8) 3–0  Australia (7) RSHE Club Campo (C) Madrid, Spain
1980  United States (9) 3–0  Australia (8) Rot-Weiss Tennis Club (C) West Berlin
1981  United States (10) 3–0  Great Britain (4) Tamagawa-en Racquet Club (C) Tokyo, Japan
1982  United States (11) 3–0  West Germany (3) Decathlon Club (H) Santa Clara, USA
1983  Czechoslovakia (2) 2–1  West Germany (4) Albisguetli T.C. (C) Zurich, Switzerland
1984  Czechoslovakia (3) 2–1  Australia (9) Pinheiros Sports Club (C) São Paulo, Brazil
1985  Czechoslovakia (4) 2–1  United States (4) Nagoya Green T.C. (H) Nagoya, Japan
1986  United States (12) 3–0  Czechoslovakia (1) Štvanice Stadium (C) Prague, Czechoslovakia
1987  West Germany (1) 2–1  United States (5) Hollyburn C.C. (H) Vancouver, Canada
1988  Czechoslovakia (5) 2–1  Soviet Union (1) Flinders Park (H) Melbourne, Australia
1989  United States (13) 3–0  Spain (1) Ariake Forest Park Centre (H) Tokyo, Japan
1990  United States (14) 2–1  Soviet Union (2) Peachtree W.O.T. (H) Atlanta, USA
1991  Spain (1) 2–1  United States (6) Nottingham Tennis Centre (H) Nottingham, UK
1992  Germany (2) 2–1  Spain (2) Waldstadion T.C. (C) Frankfurt, Germany
1993  Spain (2) 3–0  Australia (10) Waldstadion T.C. (C) Frankfurt, Germany
1994  Spain (3) 3–0  United States (7) Waldstadion T.C. (C) Frankfurt, Germany
1995  Spain (4) 3–2  United States (8) Valencia T.C. (C) Valencia, Spain
1996  United States (15) 5–0  Spain (3) Atlantic City Convention Center (ICp) Atlantic City, USA
1997  France (1) 4–1  Netherlands (2) Brabant Hall (ICp) Den Bosch, Netherlands
1998  Spain (5) 3–2  Switzerland (1) Palexpo Hall (IH) Geneva, Switzerland
1999  United States (16) 4–1  Russia (3) Taube Tennis Stadium (H) Stanford, USA
2000  United States (17) 5–0  Spain (4) Mandalay Bay Events Center (ICp) Las Vegas, USA
2001  Belgium (1) 2–1  Russia (4) Parque Ferial Juan Carlos I (IC) Madrid, Spain
2002  Slovakia (1) 3–1  Spain (5) Palacio de Congresos (IH) Gran Canaria, Spain
2003  France (2) 4–1  United States (9) Olympic Stadium (ICp) Moscow, Russia
2004  Russia (1) 3–2  France (1) Ice Stadium Krylatskoe (ICp) Moscow, Russia
2005  Russia (2) 3–2  France (2) Court Philippe Chatrier (C) Paris, France
2006  Italy (1) 3–2  Belgium (1) Spiroudome (IH) Charleroi, Belgium
2007  Russia (3) 4–0  Italy (1) Luzhniki Palace of Sports (IH) Moscow, Russia
2008  Russia (4) 4–0  Spain (6) Club de Campo Villa de Madrid (C) Madrid, Spain
2009  Italy (2) 4–0  United States (10) Circolo del Tennis (C) Reggio Calabria, Italy
2010  Italy (3) 3–1  United States (11) San Diego Sports Arena (IH) San Diego, USA
2011  Czech Republic (6) 3–2  Russia (5) Olympic Stadium (IH) Moscow, Russia
2012  Czech Republic (7) 3–1  Serbia (1) O2 Arena (IH) Prague, Czech Republic
2013  Italy (4) 4–0  Russia (6) Tennis Club Cagliari (C) Cagliari, Italy
2014  Czech Republic (8) 3–1  Germany (5) O2 Arena (I) Prague, Czech Republic

Performance by team

Country Years won Runners-up
 United States 1963, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1986, 1989, 1990, 1996, 1999, 2000 (17) 1964, 1965, 1974, 1985, 1987, 1991, 1994, 1995, 2003, 2009, 2010 (11)
 Czechoslovakia
 Czech Republic
1975, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1988, 2011, 2012, 2014 (8) 1986 (1)
 Australia 1964, 1965, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1974 (7) 1963, 1969, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1984, 1993 (10)
 Spain 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1998 (5) 1989, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2002, 2008 (6)
 Soviet Union
 Russia
2004, 2005, 2007, 2008 (4) 1988, 1990, 1999, 2001, 2011, 2013 (6)
 Italy 2006, 2009, 2010, 2013 (4) 2007 (1)
 West Germany
 Germany
1987, 1992 (2) 1966, 1970, 1982, 1983, 2014 (5)
 France 1997, 2003 (2) 2004, 2005 (2)
 South Africa 1972 (1) 1973 (1)
 Belgium 2001 (1) 2006 (1)
 Slovakia 2002 (1)
 Great Britain 1967, 1971, 1972, 1981 (4)
 Netherlands 1968, 1997 (2)
 Switzerland 1998 (1)
 Yugoslavia
 Serbia
2012 (1)

Records and statistics

Team records

Individual records

1Players must now be aged 14 and over

Notes

  1. ^ (G) - Grass, (C) - Clay, (H) - Hard, (Cp) - Carpet, (Ix) - Indoor
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