|Number of teams||32 (2018–19)|
|Current champions||SKN St. Pölten (7th title)|
|Most successful club(s)|| USC Landhaus Wien |
|Website||ÖFB Ladies Cup (in German)|
The ÖFB Ladies Cup is the annual cup competition of women's football teams in Austria. It is contested since 1972/73 and held by the ÖFB.
There are five rounds to play. Entering are 32 teams, 10 from the ÖFB-Frauenliga and 22 from local federations. Round 1 is drawn on a local basis, after that all teams can meet each other. Additionally teams from the Frauenliga cannot be drawn against each other in round 1.
The list of finals:
|1972–73||USC Landhaus Wien||SV Kagran||16–0, 10–0|
|1973–74||ESV Ostbahn XI Wien||USC Landhaus Wien||1–1 (2–1 pen.)|
|1974–75||USC Landhaus Wien||ESV Ostbahn XI Wien||2–0|
|1975–76||USC Landhaus Wien||SV Kagran||3–1, 3–0|
|1976–77||FS Elektra Wien||USC Landhaus Wien||2–0|
|1977–78||FS Elektra Wien||DFC LUV Graz||5–0, 5–1|
|1978–79||DFC LUV Graz||FS Elektra Wien||3–2|
|1979–80||USC Landhaus Wien||FS Elektra Wien||1–1 (3–2 pen.)|
|1980–81||ESV Ostbahn XI Wien||SG Alland–Brunn a. Geb.||4–0|
|1981–82||ESV Ostbahn XI Wien||USC Landhaus Wien||3–2|
|1982–83||ESV Ostbahn XI Wien||USC Landhaus Wien||2–0|
|1983–84||ESV Ostbahn XI Wien||DFC LUV Graz||3–1|
|1984–85||FC Wacker Innsbruck||DFC LUV Graz||3–1|
|1985–86||USC Landhaus Wien||DFC LUV Graz||1–0|
|1986–87||USC Landhaus Wien||1. DFC Leoben||2–1|
|1987–88||USC Landhaus Wien||DFC Austria–Brunn a. Geb.||3–1|
|1989–90||SC Brunn . Geb.||1. DFC Leoben||2–1|
|1990–91||Union Kleinmünchen||USC Landhaus Wien||3–2|
|1992–93||Union Kleinmünchen||DFC Heidenreichstein||2–0|
|1993–94||Innsbrucker AC||USC Landhaus Wien||1–1 (3–2 pen.)|
|1994–95||Union Kleinmünchen||DFC Heidenreichstein||1–0|
|1995–96||Union Kleinmünchen||Innsbrucker AC||2–0|
|1996–97||USC Landhaus Wien||Union Kleinmünchen||3–2|
|1997–98||Union Kleinmünchen||SV Neulengbach||3–1|
|1998–99||Union Kleinmünchen||USC Landhaus Wien||6–0|
|1999–2000||USC Landhaus Wien||1. DFC Leoben||5–3|
|2000–01||USC Landhaus Wien||Union Kleinmünchen||10–1|
|2001–02||USC Landhaus Wien||ASV St. Margarethen–Lavanttal||11–1|
|2002–03||SV Neulengbach||Union Kleinmünchen||5–1|
|2003–04||SV Neulengbach||FC Südburgenland||12–0|
|2004–05||SV Neulengbach||Innsbrucker AC||2–1|
|2005–06||SV Neulengbach||DFC LUV Graz||3–0|
|2006–07||SV Neulengbach||DFC LUV Graz||3–1|
|2007–08||SV Neulengbach||USC Landhaus Wien||6–2|
|2008–09||SV Neulengbach||FC Wacker Innsbruck||5–1|
|2009–10||SV Neulengbach||ASK Erlaa McDonalds||4–0|
|2010–11||SV Neulengbach||DFC LUV Graz||4–0|
|2011–12||SV Neulengbach||FC Wacker Innsbruck||4–0|
|2012–13||Spratzern||SV Neulengbach||3–3 a.e.t. (4–3 pen.)|
|2013–14||FSK St. Pölten-Spratzern||SV Neulengbach||4–3|
|2014–15||FSK St. Pölten-Spratzern||SV Neulengbach||4–3|
|2015–16||FSK St. Pölten-Spratzern||SV Neulengbach||1–0|
|2016–17||SKN St. Pölten||SV Neulengbach||5–0|
|2017–18||SKN St. Pölten||SV Neulengbach||5–1|
|2018–19||SKN St. Pölten||Landhaus||2–0|
|11||20||USC Landhaus Wien||1973, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002|
|6||9||Union Kleinmünchen||1991, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999|
|5||6||ESV Ostbahn XI Wien||1974, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984|
|2||6||FC Wacker Innsbruck**||1985, 1994|
|2||4||FS Elektra Wien||1977, 1978|
|1||8||DFC LUV Graz||1979|
|1||3||SC Brunn am Gebirge***||1990|
|0||3||1. DFC Leoben|
|0||1||ASV St. Margarethen–Lavanttal|
|0||1||ASK Erlaa McDonalds|
* Includes final(s) played and title(s) won as ASV Simacek Spratzern and FSK St. Pölten-Spratzern
** Includes final(s) played and title(s) won as Innsbrucker AC
*** Includes final(s) played and title(s) won as SG Alland–Brunn a. Geb.
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