|Current champions||Dinamo-BSUFC (1st title)|
|Most successful club(s)|| Bobruichanka Bobruisk |
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.
The list of finals:
|1992||Nadezhda Mahilyou||5–0||Elektronika (Minsk)|
|1993||Nadezhda Mahilyou||1–0||Trikotazhnitsa-Ornina Bobruisk|
|1994||Nadezhda Mahilyou||2–0||Trikotazhnitsa-Ornina Bobruisk|
|1995||Trikotazhnitsa-Ornina Bobruisk||2–1||Nadezhda Mahilyou|
|2010||Zorka-BDU||0–0 ( a.e.t. )|
(4–2 p )
|2012||Zorka-BDU||2–1 ( a.e.t. )||Minsk|
|2020||Dinamo-BSUFC||0–0 ( a.e.t. )|
(5–4 p )
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