|Organising body||Russian Football Union, FIFA|
The Commonwealth of Independent States Cup (Russian : Кубок чемпионов Содружества, Кубок Содружества, Кубок чемпионов содружества стран СНГ и Балтии) is a defunct  annual regional association football tournament, recognized by FIFA.  
The tournament was initially established for football clubs of the former Soviet Union republics in 1993 (a year later since the collapse). On several occasions, some national football organizations of the former Soviet republics as well as individual clubs refused participation in the tournament for different reasons. Usually the invitation was sent to the best clubs of the Commonwealth of Independent States member states, as well as Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, i.e. either a champion or a runner-up, while in the later editions the Cup (before 2012) saw participation of clubs from Serbia and Finland.
In 2012, the CIS Cup became a competition of national youth teams. Previously only the Russia under-21 team competed in the competition.
The competition was disestablished in 2016. 
The Commonwealth of Independent States Cup was planned to be the Champions' Cup of countries of CIS Commonwealth and Baltics. In July 1992 at a meeting of executive committee of the CIS Association of Football Federations adopted decision on launching the First Commonwealth of Independent States Cup  since 1993 as an open tournament to champions from the USSR successor states (The Commonwealth of Independent States, and well as Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania).
Until 1996 Ukraine officially boycotted the competition, but in 1995 FC Shakhtar Donetsk on own initiative broke the boycott.
In 1995–2006 the Russia national under-21 football team participated in the tournament as the 16th team, but in 2007 and 2008 Serbia replaced it as the 17th nation sending a team to play in it, and became the first non-former Soviet Union nation participating in the tournament. Unlike the rest of the states, who send their latest champions to play in the tournament, Serbia has sent OFK Beograd to play in the tournament.
In its first years the tournament was popular in the territories of the former Soviet Union, including the most titled teams from the old Soviet Top League. Spartak Moscow from Russia, and Dynamo Kyiv from Ukraine each won the cup several times but, after less than a decade, the teams from Russia and Ukraine became hesitant to send their best players to play on the artificial turf at the Olympic Stadium, so they sent their reserve players instead    or sometimes the league runners-up participated in their place. This resulted in the decrease of the tournament's popularity in those states particularly and in the international value of the tournament overall.
In 2006 a new tournament, Channel One Cup, started and caught the attention of the Russian and Ukrainian teams, which even more decreased the popularity of the Commonwealth of Independent States Cup tournament.
A big scandal occurred in 2006, when the Armenian champion FC Pyunik refused to play the Azerbaijani team, Neftçi PFK due to the lack of diplomatic relations between the two countries' governments at that time due to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. FC Pyunik defeated Ukrainian team FC Shakhtar Donetsk 3–1 in the quarter-final, earning a place in the semi-final against Neftçi. However, FC Pyunik announced that they would no play against an Azerbaijani team, and flew home from Moscow the same evening. The Russian Football Union gave FC Shakhtar Donetsk a technical victory 3–0 so they could play in the semi-final instead of FC Pyunik, but FC Shakhtar Donetsk declined the offer stating that "...we would really want to play in the semi-final, but we don't want to get there by any other way than sport". Eventually, Neftçi PFK were given a bye to the final, where they defeated the Lithuanian club FBK Kaunas 4–2. 
In 2007 talks began about changing the format of the cup, and uniting it with the Channel One Cup in order to bring back the interest of the Russian and Ukrainian teams,  and in 2007 its games were even visited by representatives from FIFA,  but nevertheless, nothing came out from those talks and efforts.
In October 2009, Bunyodkor coach Luis Felipe Scolari announced that his Uzbek side would not enter the 2010 tournament due to focusing on the Asian Champions League. 
|2016||Russia||4 – 2||Moldova|| SCC Peterburgsky,|
|2015||South Africa||2 – 1||Finland|| SCC Peterburgsky,|
|2014||Ukraine||4 – 0||Russia|| SCC Peterburgsky,|
|2013||Russia||4 – 2||Ukraine|| SCC Peterburgsky,|
|2012||Russia||2 – 0||Belarus|| SCC Peterburgsky,|
|2011||Inter Baku||0 – 0|
6 – 5 on penalties
|Shakhtyor Soligorsk|| SCC Peterburgsky,|
|2010||FK Rubin Kazan||5 – 2||FC Aktobe|| Olympic Stadium,|
|2009||FC Sheriff Tiraspol||0 – 0|
5 – 4 on penalties
|FC Aktobe|| Olympic Stadium,|
|2008||Khazar Lenkoran||4 – 3||Pakhtakor Tashkent|| SCC Peterburgsky,|
|2007||Pakhtakor Tashkent||0 – 0|
9 – 8 on penalties
|FK Ventspils|| Olympic Stadium,|
|2006||Neftçi||4 – 2||FBK Kaunas|| Olympic Stadium,|
|2005||Lokomotiv Moscow||2 – 1||Neftçi|| Dynamo Manage,|
|2004||Dinamo Tbilisi||3 – 1||Skonto Riga|| Olympic Stadium,|
|2003||Sheriff Tiraspol||2 – 1||Skonto Riga|| Olympic Stadium,|
|2002||Dynamo Kyiv||4 – 3||Spartak Moscow|| Olympic Stadium,|
|2001||Spartak Moscow||2 – 1 aet||Skonto Riga|| Olympic Stadium,|
|2000||Spartak Moscow||3 – 0||Zimbru Chişinău|| Olympic Stadium,|
|1999||Spartak Moscow||2 – 1||Dynamo Kyiv|| Olympic Stadium,|
|1998||Dynamo Kyiv||1 – 0||Spartak Moscow|| LFK CSKA,|
|1997||Dynamo Kyiv||3 – 2||Spartak Moscow|| LFK CSKA,|
|1996||Dynamo Kyiv||1 – 0||Alania Vladikavkaz|| LFK CSKA,|
|1995||Spartak Moscow||5 – 1||Dinamo Tbilisi|| LFK CSKA,|
|1994||Spartak Moscow||7 – 0||Neftchi Fergana|| Olympic Stadium,|
|1993||Spartak Moscow||8 – 0||Belarus Minsk|| LFK CSKA,|
|1||Vladimir Beschastnykh (FC Spartak Moskva)||20|
|2||Yegor Titov (FC Spartak Moskva)||18|
|3||Valeri Kechinov (Pakhtakor Tashkent & FC Spartak Moskva)||17|
|*||Mikhail Mikholap (FC Skonto Rīga)||17|
|5||Mikhail Kavelashvili (FC Dinamo Tbilisi & Spartak-Alania Vladikavkaz)||14|
|*||Luis Robson (FC Spartak Moskva)||14|
|7||Andrei Tikhonov (FC Spartak Moskva)||13|
|8||Valentin Belkevich (FC Dinamo Minsk & FC Dynamo Kyiv)||12|
|*||Andriy Shevchenko (FC Dynamo Kyiv)||12|
|10||Gela Inalishvili (FC Dinamo Tbilisi)||11|
|*||Anatoliy Kanischev (Spartak-Alania Vladikavkaz & FC Spartak Moskva)||11|
|*||Mihails Zemļinskis (FC Skonto Rīga)||11|
|1993||Shota Arveladze (FC Dinamo Tbilisi)||5 |
|1994||Vladimir Beschastnykh (FC Spartak Moskva)||10 |
|1995||Ilia Tsymbalar (FC Spartak Moskva)||6 |
|1996||Uladzimir Makowski (FC Dinamo Minsk)||5 |
|1997||Andrey Tikhonov (Spartak Moscow) , Andriy Shevchenko (Dynamo Kyiv)||6 |
|1998||Anatoliy Kanischev (Spartak Moscow)||8 |
|1999||Mihails Miholaps (Skonto Riga)||7 |
|2000||Vladimirs Koļesņičenko (Skonto Riga) , Luis Robson (Spartak Moscow) , Yegor Titov (Spartak Moscow)||5 |
|2001||Mikheil Ashvetia (FC Torpedo Kutaisi) , Jafar Irismetov (Spartak Moscow) , Marcão (Spartak Moscow) , Valery Strypeykis (FC Slavia Mozyr) , Raman Vasilyuk (FC Slavia Mozyr)||4 |
|2002||Vladimir Beschastnykh (Spartak Moscow)||7 |
|2003||Cristian Tudor (Sheriff Tiraspol)||9 |
|2004||Vitaly Daraselia Jr. (FC Dinamo Tbilisi)||6 |
|2005||Giorgi Adamia (Neftchi Baku)||6 |
|2006||Evhen Seleznyov (FC Shakhtar Donetsk)||5 |
|2007||Server Djeperov (FC Pakhtakor Tashkent) , Vitali Rodionov (BATE Borisov)||4 |
|2008||Uladzimir Yurchanka (Zenit Saint Petersburg)||4 |
|2009||Ibrahim Rabimov (Regar-TadAZ Tursunzoda) , Vīts Rimkus (FK Ventspils) , Alexandr Erokhin (Sheriff Tiraspol)||4 |
|2010||Emil Kenzhesariev (FC Aktobe)||6 |
|2011||Ģirts Karlsons (FC Inter Baku)||6 |
|2012||Sardar Azmoun (Iran U20)||8 |
|2013||Andrei Panyukov (Russia U21)||6 |
|2014||Roman Murtazaev (Kazakhstan U21) , Ruslan Bolov (Russia U21) , Abdurasul Rakhmonov (Tajikistan U21)||5 |
|2015||Alexey Yevseyev (Russia U21)||5|
|2016||Mikhail Zhabkin (Russia U21)||3|
|Spartak Moscow||6 (1993, 1994, 1995, 1999, 2000, 2001)||3 (1997, 1998, 2002)|
|Dynamo Kyiv||4 (1996, 1997, 1998, 2002)||1 (1999)|
|Russia||3 (2012, 2013, 2016)||1 (2014)|
|Sheriff Tiraspol||2 (2003, 2009)|
|Ukraine||1 (2014)||1 (2013)|
|Dinamo Tbilisi||1 (2004)||1 (1995)|
|Neftçi||1 (2006)||1 (2005)|
|Pakhtakor Tashkent||1 (2007)||1 (2008)|
|South Africa||1 (2015)|
|Lokomotiv Moscow||1 (2005)|
|Khazar Lenkoran||1 (2008)|
|Rubin Kazan||1 (2010)|
|Inter Baku||1 (2011)|
|Skonto Riga||3 (2001, 2003, 2004)|
|Aktobe||2 (2009, 2010)|
|FBK Kaunas||1 (2006)|
|Belarus Minsk||1 (1993)|
|Neftchi Fergana||1 (1994)|
|Alania Vladikavkaz||1 (1996)|
|Zimbru Chişinău||1 (2000)|
|FK Ventspils||1 (2007)|
|Shakhtyor Soligorsk||1 (2011)|
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