Leicester City 2015/16
The Foxes created potentially the greatest story in modern football as they secure the 2015/16 Premier League title despite being relegation favourites.
Brian Clough's Nottingham Forest
Clough took Forest from the old second division to the English top flight. He subsequently won the 1st division the following season and won two consecutive European Cups (1979 & 1980)
Denmark: Euro 92 winners
The Danes were drafted into the 1992 European Championship at the last minute as a replacement for the expelled Yugoslavia team. The squad who had to reconvene from their holidays and despite little preparation made it to the final overcoming Germany 2-0.
Eibar is a small Basque town of 27.000 people. Subsequent promotions from 2B, to 2A and then to LaLiga saw the team with the smallest budget playing in Spain's top flight and in turn creating a modern day Cinderella story.
Wimbledon: 1988 FA CUP Winners
Playing in the Southern Premier League some seven years before the final, the Dons were hugely unfancied coming into the final against the mighty "Reds". A 37' Laurie Sanchez goal pulling off the biggest surprise in FA Cup final history.
Greece: Euro 2004
It wasn't pretty but it was effective. Under German Otto Rehhagel Greece found themselves in the Lisbon final against host nation Portugal. Another trademark 1-0 was enough to secure a win and spark the biggest night in Hellenic football.
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Western Sydney Wanderers: AFC Champions League Winners 20014
A club formed in 2012 that goes on to win the biggest honour in Asian football just two years later? It happened in 2014 as newly formed WSW became the first Australian side to win the ACL beating Saudi's Al Hilan in the final.
Castel di Sangro: Serie B 1996/97
Immortalized in the famous book by American author Joe McGinniss, Castel di Sangro is a hamlet of 6,000 people in the Abruzzro area of Italy. The Serie B dream was short lived but put the tiny town on the global footballing map (briefly).
Hellas Verona: Serie A winners 1985
In a league dominated by the likes of Juve, Milan and Inter, Osvaldo Bagnoli put together a squad of youth and experience and just 2 defeats all season would be enough for the scudetto to make it's way for the first and last time to the Veneto region.