Davis Cup Championship Winner Countries since 1990

Below is the list of Davis Cup Championship Winner Countries since 1990. In total, 13 nations have been crowned Davis Cup champion ince USA won the inaugural competition in 1900. In 1901 and 1910, finals were not played where as in  1974, South Africa won by walkover.

Year Winner Won by Against Venue
2010 Serbia 3 – 2 France Belgrade Arena, Belgrade
2009 Spain 5 – 0 Czech Rep Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona
2008 Spain 3 – 1 Argentina Estadio Islas Malvinas, Mar del Plata
2007 USA 4 – 1 Russia Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR
2006 Russia 3 – 2 Argentina Olympic Stadium, Moscow
2005 Croatia 3 – 2 Slovak Rep Sibamac Arena National TC, Bratislava
2004 Spain 3 – 2 USA Estadio Olimpico De Sevilla, Seville
2003 Australia 3 – 1 Spain Melbourne Park, Melbourne
2002 Russia 3 – 2 France Palais Omnisports Bercy, Paris
2001 France 3 – 2 Australia Melbourne Park, Melbourne, VIC
2000 Spain 3 – 1 Australia Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona
1999 Australia 3 – 2 France Acropolis Exhibition Hall, Nice
1998 Sweden 4 – 1 Italy Forum, Milan
1997 Sweden 5 – 0 USA Scandinavium, Gothenburg
1996 France 3 – 2 Sweden Massan Hall, Malmo
1995 USA 3 – 2 Russia Olympic Stadium, Moscow
1994 Sweden 4 – 1 Russia Olympic Stadium, Moscow
1993 Germany 4 – 1 Australia Exhibition Hall, Dusseldorf
1992 USA 3 – 1 Switzerland Tarrant County Centre, Fort Worth, TX
1991 France 3 – 1 USA Gerland Sports Palace, Lyon
1990 USA 3 – 2 Australia Sun Coast Dome, St Petersburg, FL
1989 Germany F.R. 3 – 2 Sweden Schleyer Halle, Stuttgart
1988 Germany F.R. 4 – 1 Sweden The Scandinavium, Gothenburg
1987 Sweden 5 – 0 India The Scandinavium, Gothenburg
1986 Australia 3 – 2 Sweden Kooyong, Melbourne, VIC
1985 Sweden 3 – 2 Germany F.R. Olympia Halle, Munich
1984 Sweden 4 – 1 USA The Scandinavium, Gothenburg
1983 Australia 3 – 2 Sweden Kooyong, Melbourne, VIC
1982 USA 4 – 1 France Sports Palace, Grenoble
1981 USA 3 – 1 Argentina Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH
1980 Czechoslovakia 4 – 1 Italy Sportovni Hall, Prague
1979 USA 5 – 0 Italy Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA
1978 USA 4 – 1 Great Britain Mission Hills CC, Rancho Mirage, CA
1977 Australia 3 – 1 Italy White City Stadium, Sydney, NSW
1976 Italy 4 – 1 Chile Estadio Nacional, Santiago
1975 Sweden 3 – 2 Czechoslovakia Kungliga Tennishallen, Stockholm
1974 South Africa India South Africa won by walkover
1973 Australia 5 – 0 USA Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH
1972 USA 3 – 2 Romania Club Sportiv Progresul, Bucharest
1971 USA 3 – 2 Romania Olde Providence RC, Charlotte, NC
1970 USA 5 – 0 Germany F.R. Harold Clark Courts, Cleveland, OH
1969 USA 5 – 0 Romania Harold Clark Courts, Cleveland, OH
1968 USA 4 – 1 Australia Memorial Drive, Adelaide, SA
1967 Australia 4 – 1 Spain Milton Courts, Brisbane, QLD
1966 Australia 4 – 1 India Kooyong, Melbourne, VIC
1965 Australia 4 – 1 Spain White City Stadium, Sydney, NSW
1964 Australia 3 – 2 USA Harold Clark Courts, Cleveland, OH
1963 USA 3 – 2 Australia Memorial Drive, Adelaide, SA
1962 Australia 5 – 0 Mexico Milton Courts, Brisbane, QLD
1961 Australia 5 – 0 Italy Kooyong, Melbourne, VIC
1960 Australia 4 – 1 Italy White City Stadium, Sydney, NSW
1959 Australia 3 – 2 USA West Side TC, Forest Hills, NY
1958 USA 3 – 2 Australia Milton Courts, Brisbane, QLD
1957 Australia 3 – 2 USA Kooyong, Melbourne, VIC
1956 Australia 5 – 0 USA Memorial Drive, Adelaide, SA
1955 Australia 5 – 0 USA West Side TC, Forest Hills, NY
1954 USA 3 – 2 Australia White City Stadium, Sydney, NSW
1953 Australia 3 – 2 USA Kooyong, Melbourne, VIC
1952 Australia 4 – 1 USA Memorial Drive, Adelaide, SA
1951 Australia 3 – 2 USA White City Stadium, Sydney, NSW
1950 Australia 4 – 1 USA West Side TC, Forest Hills, NY
1949 USA 4 – 1 Australia West Side TC, Forest Hills, NY
1948 USA 5 – 0 Australia West Side TC, Forest Hills, NY
1947 USA 4 – 1 Australia West Side TC, Forest Hills, NY
1946 USA 5 – 0 Australia Kooyong, Melbourne, VIC
1939 Australia 3 – 2 USA Merion CC, Haverford, PA
1938 USA 3 – 2 Australia Germantown CC, Philadelphia, PA
1937 USA 4 – 1 Great Britain AELTC, Wimbledon, London
1936 Great Britain 3 – 2 Australia AELTC, Wimbledon, London
1935 Great Britain 5 – 0 USA AELTC, Wimbledon, London
1934 Great Britain 4 – 1 USA AELTC, Wimbledon, London
1933 Great Britain 3 – 2 France Roland Garros, Paris
1932 France 3 – 2 USA Roland Garros, Paris
1931 France 3 – 2 Great Britain Roland Garros, Paris
1930 France 4 – 1 USA Roland Garros, Paris
1929 France 3 – 2 USA Roland Garros, Paris
1928 France 4 – 1 USA Roland Garros, Paris
1927 France 3 – 2 USA Germantown CC, Philadelphia, PA
1926 USA 4 – 1 France Germantown CC, Philadelphia, PA
1925 USA 5 – 0 France Germantown CC, Philadelphia, PA
1924 USA 5 – 0 Australia Germantown CC, Philadelphia, PA
1923 USA 4 – 1 Australia West Side TC, Forest Hills, NY
1922 USA 4 – 1 Australia West Side TC, 238th Street, NY
1921 USA 5 – 0 Japan West Side TC, 238th Street, NY
1920 USA 5 – 0 Australia Domain CC, Auckland
1919 Australia 4 – 1 Great Britain Double Bay Grounds, Sydney, NSW
1914 Australia 3 – 2 USA West Side TC, Forest Hills, NY
1913 USA 3 – 2 Great Britain Worple Road, Wimbledon, London
1912 British Isles 3 – 2 Australasia Albert Ground, Melbourne, VIC
1911 Australasia 5 – 0 USA Hagley Park, Christchurch
1910 Australasia British Isles Final not played
1909 Australasia 5 – 0 USA Double Bay Grounds, Sydney, NSW
1908 Australasia 3 – 2 USA Albert Ground, Melbourne, VIC
1907 Australasia 3 – 2 British Isles Worple Road, Wimbledon, London
1906 British Isles 5 – 0 USA Worple Road, Wimbledon, London
1905 British Isles 5 – 0 USA Worple Road, Wimbledon, London
1904 British Isles 5 – 0 Belgium Worple Road, Wimbledon, London
1903 British Isles 4 – 1 USA Longwood CC, Boston, MA
1902 USA 3 – 2 British Isles Crescent AC, Brooklyn, NY
1901 USA British Isles Final not played
1900 USA 3 – 0 British Isles Longwood CC, Boston, MA
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