The Central European International Cup was an international football competition played for   
  by national teams from Central Europe between 1927 and 1960. included Austria,     
  Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, Yugoslavia, Poland & Romania.       
  Played as a league on a home and away basis, it was contested six times and each single   
  tournament usually took more than two years to complete. The last two tournaments lasted   
  five years. It was discontinued in 1960, when the European Football Championship started.   
  Winners of the competition included the Austrian Wunderteam of the early 1930s, the Italy   
  team that also won two World Cups in the 1930s, the legendary Mighty Magyars from   
  Hungary and the Czechoslovakia team that later finished as World Cup runners up in 1962.