ÖFB Ladies Cup

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ÖFB Ladies Cup
Founded1972
RegionFlag of Austria.svg  Austria
Number of teams32 (2018–19)
Current champions SKN St. Pölten (7th title)
Most successful club(s) USC Landhaus Wien
(11 titles)
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.

Contents

Format

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.

List of finals

The list of finals: [1] [2]

YearWinnerRunner-upResult
1972–73 USC Landhaus Wien SV Kagran16–0, 10–0
1973–74ESV Ostbahn XI Wien USC Landhaus Wien 1–1 (2–1 pen.)
1974–75 USC Landhaus Wien ESV Ostbahn XI Wien2–0
1975–76 USC Landhaus Wien SV Kagran3–1, 3–0
1976–77FS Elektra Wien USC Landhaus Wien 2–0
1977–78FS Elektra Wien DFC LUV Graz 5–0, 5–1
1978–79 DFC LUV Graz FS Elektra Wien3–2
1979–80 USC Landhaus Wien FS Elektra Wien1–1 (3–2 pen.)
1980–81ESV Ostbahn XI WienSG Alland–Brunn a. Geb.4–0
1981–82ESV Ostbahn XI Wien USC Landhaus Wien 3–2
1982–83ESV Ostbahn XI Wien USC Landhaus Wien 2–0
1983–84ESV 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 Leoben2–1
1987–88 USC Landhaus Wien DFC Austria–Brunn a. Geb.3–1
1988–89not held
1989–90SC Brunn . Geb.1. DFC Leoben2–1
1990–91 Union Kleinmünchen USC Landhaus Wien 3–2
1991–92not held
1992–93 Union Kleinmünchen DFC Heidenreichstein2–0
1993–94Innsbrucker AC USC Landhaus Wien 1–1 (3–2 pen.)
1994–95 Union Kleinmünchen DFC Heidenreichstein1–0
1995–96 Union Kleinmünchen Innsbrucker AC2–0
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 Leoben5–3
2000–01 USC Landhaus Wien Union Kleinmünchen 10–1
2001–02 USC Landhaus Wien ASV St. Margarethen–Lavanttal11–1
2002–03 SV Neulengbach Union Kleinmünchen 5–1
2003–04 SV Neulengbach FC Südburgenland 12–0
2004–05 SV Neulengbach Innsbrucker AC2–1
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 McDonalds4–0
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 Landhaus2–0
2019–20season cancelled

Titles by team

TitlesFinalsTeamYears won
1120 USC Landhaus Wien 1973, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002
1017 SV Neulengbach 2003–2012
76 St. Pölten*2013–2018
69 Union Kleinmünchen 1991, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999
56 ESV Ostbahn XI Wien 1974, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984
26 FC Wacker Innsbruck**1985, 1994
24 FS Elektra Wien 1977, 1978
18 DFC LUV Graz 1979
13 SC Brunn am Gebirge***1990
03 1. DFC Leoben
02 DFC Heidenreichstein
02 SV Kagran
01 ASV St. Margarethen–Lavanttal
01 FC Südburgenland
01 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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References

  1. "Frauenfussball : Ladies Cup". ÖFB. Retrieved 23 May 2011.
  2. "Austria - List of Women Cup and Super Cup Finals". RSSSF. Retrieved 23 May 2011.