|Current champions||Zamalek (27 title)|
|Most successful club(s)||Al Ahly (36 titles)|
The Egypt Cup (also known as Egyptian FA Cup, formerly King Farouk Cup) is the main knockout football cup competition in Egypt.
The following table provides a summary of seasons:
|1||1921–22||Zamalek (1)||5–0||Ittihad Alexandria|
|2||1922–23||Tersana (1)||1–0||El Sekka El Hadid SC|
|3||1923–24||Al Ahly (1)||0–0 / 4–1 (R)||El Sekka El Hadid SC|
|4||1924–25||Al Ahly (2)||1–1 / 3–0 (R)||Ittihad Alexandria|
|5||1925–26||Ittihad Alexandria (1)||2–2 / 3–2 (R)||Al Ahly|
|6||1926–27||Al Ahly (3)||5–0||Al-Masry|
|7||1927–28||Al Ahly (4)||1–0||Zamalek|
|8||1928–29||Tersana (2)||2–2 (aet) 1–0 (R)||Ittihad Alexandria|
|9||1929–30||Al Ahly (5)||2–0||Ittihad Alexandria|
|10||1930–31||Al Ahly (6)||4–1||Zamalek|
|11||1931–32||Zamalek (2)||2–1||Al Ahly|
|12||1932–33||El Olympi (1)||3–1||Al Ahly|
|13||1933–34||El Olympi (2)||1–0 (aet)||Zamalek|
|14||1934–35||Zamalek (3)||3–0||Al Ahly|
|15||1935–36||Ittihad Alexandria (2)||3–1||El Sekka El Hadid SC|
|16||1936–37||Al Ahly (7)||3–2||El Sekka El Hadid SC|
|17||1937–38||Zamalek (4)||1–1 (aet) 1–0 (R)||Al Ahly|
|18||1938–39||Al Teram (1)||1–1 (aet) 2–0 (R)||Police|
|19||1939–40||Al Ahly (8)||3–1||Al Teram|
|21||1941–42||Al Ahly (9)||3–0||Zamalek|
|22||1942–43|| Al Ahly (10) |
|; text-align:center;"|Not played |
|23||1943–44||Zamalek (7)||6–0||Al Ahly|
|24||1944–45||Al Ahly (11)||3–2||Al-Masry|
|25||1945–46||Al Ahly (12)||3–0||El Sekka El Hadid SC|
|26||1946–47||Al Ahly (13)||2–1||Al-Masry|
|27||1947–48||El Ittihad El Sakandary (3)||2–1||Zamalek|
|28||1948–49||Al Ahly (14)||3–1 (aet)||Zamalek|
|29||1949–50||Al Ahly (15)||6–0||Tersana|
|30||1950–51||Al Ahly (16)||1–0||El Sekka El Hadid SC|
|31||1951–52||Zamalek (8)||2–0||Al Ahly|
|32||1952–53||Al Ahly (17)||4–1||Zamalek|
|34||1954–55||Zamalek (9)||2–1||Ittihad Alexandria|
|35||1955–56||Al Ahly (18)||1–0||Tersana|
|37||1957–58|| Al Ahly (19) |
|; text-align:center;"|0–0 (aet) 2–2 (aet) (R) (TS) ||—|
|38||1958–59||Zamalek (12)||2–1||Al Ahly|
|39||1959–60||Zamalek (13)||3–2||El Olympi|
|40||1960–61|| Al Ahly (20) ||5–0|| El Qanah |
|41||1961–62||Zamalek (14)||5–1||Ittihad Alexandria|
|42||1962–63||El Ittihad El Sakandary (4)||3–2||Zamalek|
|43||1963–64||El Qanah (1)||2–0||El Sekka El Hadid SC|
|44||1964–65||Tersana (4)||4–1||Suez El-Riyadi|
|45||1965–66||Al Ahly (21)||1–0||Tersana|
|46||1966–67||Tersana (5)||1–0||El Olympi|
|—||1967–1972||; text-align:center;"|Not played due to the Six-Day War.|
|47||1972–73||El Ittihad El Sakandary (5)||0–0 (aet) 2–1 (R)||Al Ahly|
|—||1973–1974||; text-align:center;"|Not played due to the Yom Kippur War.|
|48||1974–75||Zamalek (15)||1–0||Ghazl El Mahalla|
|49||1975–76||El Ittihad El Sakandary (6)||1–0||Al Ahly|
|51||1977–78||Al Ahly (22)||4–2||Zamalek SC|
|52||1978–79||Zamalek (17)||3–0||Ghazl El Mahalla|
|—||1979–1980||; text-align:center;"|Not played due to a very late finish of 1979–80 Egyptian Premier League.|
|53||1980–81||Al Ahly (23)||1–1 (3–2 p)||El Mokawloon|
|—||1981–82||; text-align:center;"|Not Finished due to a conflict between Zamalek and EFA.|
|54||1982–83||Al Ahly (24)||1–0||Al-Masry|
|55||1983–84||Al Ahly (25)||3–1 (aet)||Al-Masry|
|56||1984–85||Al Ahly (26)||1–0||Ismaily|
|57||1985–86||Tersana (6)||3–2||Ghazl El Mahalla|
|—||1986–1987||; text-align:center;"|Not played due to a very tight schedule because of African commitments|
by National Team, Al Ahly, Zamalek and Tersana.
|58||1987–88||Zamalek (18)||1–0||Ittihad Alexandria|
|59||1988–89||Al Ahly (27)||3–0||Al-Masry|
|60||1989–90||El Mokawloon (1)||2–1||Suez Montakhab|
|61||1990–91||Al Ahly (28)||1–0||Aswan SC|
|62||1991–92||Al Ahly (29)||2–1||Zamalek|
|63||1992–93||Al Ahly (30)||3–2||Ghazl El Mahalla|
|—||1993–94||Not Finished due to late finish of the Egyptian League and start of 1994 FIFA World Cup.|
|64||1994–95||El Mokawloon (2)||2–0||Ghazl El Mahalla|
|65||1995–96||Al Ahly (31)||3–1||El Mansoura|
|66||1996–97||Ismaily (1)||1–0||Al Ahly|
|67||1997–98||Al Masry (1)||4–3||El Mokawloon|
|69||1999–2000||Ismaily (2)||4–0||El Mokawloon|
|70||2000–01||Al Ahly (32)||2–0 (aet)||Ghazl El Mahalla|
|71||2001–02||Zamalek (20)||1–0||Baladeyet El Mahalla|
|72||2002–03||Al Ahly (33)||1–1 (4–3 p)||Ismaily|
|73||2003–04||El Mokawloon (3)||2–1||Al Ahly|
|74||2004–05||ENPPI (1)||1–0 (aet)||Ittihad Alexandria|
|75||2005–06||Al Ahly (34)||3–0||Zamalek|
|76||2006–07||Al Ahly (35)||4–3 (aet)||Zamalek|
|78||2008–09||Haras El Hodood (1)||1–1 (4–1 p)||ENPPI|
|79||2009–10||Haras El Hodood (2)||1–1 (5–4 p)||Al Ahly|
|—||2011–12||Not played due to the tragic events from Port Said Stadium riot.|
|81||2013||Zamalek (22)||3–0||Wadi Degla|
|83||2015||Zamalek (24)||2–0||Al Ahly|
|84||2016||Zamalek (25)||3–1||Al Ahly|
|85||2017||Al Ahly (36)||2–1 (aet)||Al Masry|
|86||2017-18||Zamalek (26)||1–1 (5–4 p)||Smouha|
|Al Ahly||36||15||1924, 1925, 1927, 1928, 1930, 1931, 1937, 1940, 1942, 1943, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1956, 1958, 1961, 1966, 1978, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2017|
|Zamalek SC||27||13||1922, 1932, 1935, 1938, 1941, 1943, 1944, 1952, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1988, 1999, 2002, 2008, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019|
|El Ittihad El Sakandary||6||8||1926, 1936, 1948, 1963, 1973, 1976|
|Tersana||6||3||1923, 1929, 1954, 1965, 1967, 1986|
|El Mokawloon||3||3||1990, 1995, 2004|
|El Olympi||2||2||1933, 1934|
|Haras El Hodood||2||–||2009, 2010|
|Ghazl El Mahalla||–||6||—|
|Baladeyet El Mahalla||–||1||—|
|Total||87 ||81 ||—|
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