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Champions

In total, 11 nations have been crowned Fed Cup champion since USA won the inaugural competition in 1963.

Czech Republic successfully defended the Fed Cup trophy in 2012 after defeating first-time finalists Serbia 3-1 at the O2 Arena in Prague. Lucie Safarova was the star of the show, winning both her singles rubbers, including the deciding point against Jelena Jankovic, to give the hosts their seventh victory overall.

Year Champion Score Finalist Venue
2013 Italy 4 0 Russia Tennis Club Cagliari, Cagliari, Sardinia
2012 Czech Republic 3 1 Serbia O2 Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
2011 Czech Republic 3 2 Russia Olympic Stadium, Moscow, Russia
2010 Italy 3 1 USA San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA, USA
2009 Italy 4 0 USA Circolo del Tennis "Rocco Polimeni", Reggio Calabria, Italy
2008 Russia 4 0 Spain Club de Campo - Villa de Madrid, Madrid, Spain.
2007 Russia 4 0 Italy Small Sports Arena "Luzhniki", Moscow, Russia
2006 Italy 3 2 Belgium Spiroudome, Charleroi, Belgium
2005 Russia 3 2 France Roland Garros, Paris, France
2004 Russia 3 2 France Ice Stadium Krylatskoe, Moscow, Russia (Final Four)
2003 France 4 1 USA Olympic Stadium, Moscow, Russia (Final Four)
2002 Slovakia 3 1 Spain Palacio de Congresos de Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, Spain (Final Four)
2001 Belgium 2 1 Russia Parque Ferial Juan Carlos 1, Madrid, Spain
2000 USA 5 0 Spain Las Vegas, NV, USA (Final Four)
1999 USA 4 1 Russia Taube Tennis Stadium, Stanford, CA, USA
1998 Spain 3 2 Switzerland Palexpo Hall, Geneva, Switzerland
1997 France 4 1 Netherlands Brabant Hall, 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
1996 USA 5 0 Spain Convention Centre, Atlantic City, USA
1995 Spain 3 2 USA Valencia T.C., Valencia, Spain
1994 Spain 3 0 USA Waldstadion T.C., Frankfurt, Germany
1993 Spain 3 0 Australia Waldstadion T.C., Frankfurt, Germany
1992 Germany 2 1 Spain Waldstadion T.C., Frankfurt, Germany
1991 Spain 2 1 USA City of Nottingham Tennis Centre, Great Britain
1990 USA 2 1 USSR Peachtree W.O.T., Atlanta, GA, USA
1989 USA 3 0 Spain Ariake Forest Park Centre, Tokyo, Japan
1988 Czechoslovakia 2 1 USSR Flinders Park, Melbourne, Australia
1987 Germany F.R. 2 1 USA Hollyburn C.C., Vancouver, Canada
1986 USA 3 0 Czechoslovakia Stvanice Stadium, Prague, Czechoslovakia
1985 Czechoslovakia 2 1 USA Nagoya Green T.C., Nagoya, Japan
1984 Czechoslovakia 2 1 Australia Pinheiros Sports Club, Sao Paulo, Brazil
1983 Czechoslovakia 2 1 Germany F.R. Albisguetli T.C., Zurich, Switzerland
1982 USA 3 0 Germany F.R. Decathlon Club, Santa Clara, CA, USA
1981 USA 3 0 Great Britain Tamagawa-en Racquet Club, Tokyo, Japan
1980 USA 3 0 Australia Rot-Weiss T.C., Berlin, West Germany
1979 USA 3 0 Australia RSHE Club Campo, Madrid, Spain
1978 USA 2 1 Australia Kooyong Club, Melbourne, Australia
1977 USA 2 1 Australia Devonshire Park, Eastbourne, Great Britain
1976 USA 2 1 Australia Spectrum Stadium, Philadelphia, PA, USA
1975 Czechoslovakia 3 0 Australia Aixoise C.C., Aix-en-Provence, France
1974 Australia 2 1 USA Naples T.C., Naples, Italy
1973 Australia 3 0 South Africa Bad Homburg T.C, West Germany
1972 South Africa 2 1 Great Britain Ellis Park, Johannesburg, South Africa
1971 Australia 3 0 Great Britain Royal King's Park T.C., Perth, Australia
1970 Australia 3 0 Germany F.R. Freiburg T.C., Freiburg, West Germany
1969 USA 2 1 Australia Athens T.C., Athens, Greece
1968 Australia 3 0 Netherlands Stade Roland Garros, Paris, France
1967 USA 2 0 Great Britain Blau-Weiss T.C., Berlin, West Germany
1966 USA 3 0 Germany F.R. Turin Press Sporting Club, Turin, Italy
1965 Australia 2 1 USA Kooyong Club, Melbourne, Australia
1964 Australia 2 1 USA Germantown Cricket Club, Philadelphia, PA, USA
1963 USA 2 1 Australia The Queen's Club, London, Great Britain

 

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