Belarusian Women's Cup

Last updated
Кубок Беларуси Женщины
Founded1992
RegionFlag of Belarus.svg  Belarus
Current championsDinamo-BSUFC (1st title)
Most successful club(s) Bobruichanka Bobruisk
(10 titles)

The Belarusian Women's Cup (Belarusian: Кубка Беларуси) is the annual cup competition of women's football teams in Belarus. It was first contested in 1992.

Contents

List of finals

The list of finals: [1] [2]

SeasonChampionResultRunner-Up
1992Nadezhda Mahilyou5–0Elektronika (Minsk)
1993Nadezhda Mahilyou1–0Trikotazhnitsa-Ornina Bobruisk
1994Nadezhda Mahilyou2–0Trikotazhnitsa-Ornina Bobruisk
1995 Trikotazhnitsa-Ornina Bobruisk 2–1Nadezhda Mahilyou
1996 Belcar Bobruisk
1997 Bobruichanka Bobruisk
1998Bobruichanka Bobruisk
1999Bobruichanka Bobruisk
2000Bobruichanka Bobruisk
2001Bobruichanka Bobruisk
2002Bobruichanka Bobruisk
2003Bobruichanka Bobruisk
2004Nadezhda-Liftmash Mahilyou
2005"University-Dvina" (Vitebsk)
2006 Universitet Vitebsk
2007Universitet Vitebsk
2008Bobruichanka Bobruisk
2009Zorka-BDU (Minsk)
2010 [3] Zorka-BDU0–0 ( a.e.t. )
(4–2 p )
Bobruichanka Bobruisk
2011 [4] Minsk 1–0Zorka-BDU
2012Zorka-BDU2–1 ( a.e.t. )Minsk
2013Minsk3–0Bobruichanka Bobruisk
2014 [5] Minsk2–1Zorka-BDU
2015Minsk2–1Zorka-BDU
2016Minsk3–0 a.e.t.Zorka-BDU
2017Minsk1–0Zorka-BDU
2018Minsk6–1RGUOR
2019Minsk4–0Isloch-RGUOR
2020Dinamo-BSUFC0–0 ( a.e.t. )
(5–4 p )
Minsk

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References

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