Egypt Cup

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Egypt Cup
Founded1921
RegionEgypt
Current champions Zamalek (27 title)
Most successful club(s) Al Ahly (36 titles)
Soccerball current event.svg 2019–20 Egypt Cup

The Egypt Cup (also known as Egyptian FA Cup, formerly King Farouk Cup) is the main knockout football cup competition in Egypt.

Contents

List of Finals

The following table provides a summary of seasons: [1]

No.SeasonWinnerScoreRunner-up
11921–22 Zamalek (1) 5–0 Ittihad Alexandria
21922–23 Tersana (1) 1–0 El Sekka El Hadid SC
31923–24 Al Ahly (1) 0–0 / 4–1 (R) El Sekka El Hadid SC
41924–25 Al Ahly (2) 1–1 / 3–0 (R) Ittihad Alexandria
51925–26 Ittihad Alexandria (1) 2–2 / 3–2 (R) Al Ahly
61926–27 Al Ahly (3) 5–0 Al-Masry
71927–28 Al Ahly (4) 1–0 Zamalek
81928–29 Tersana (2) 2–2 (aet) 1–0 (R) Ittihad Alexandria
91929–30 Al Ahly (5) 2–0 Ittihad Alexandria
101930–31 Al Ahly (6) 4–1 Zamalek
111931–32 Zamalek (2) 2–1 Al Ahly
121932–33 El Olympi (1) 3–1 Al Ahly
131933–34 El Olympi (2) 1–0 (aet) Zamalek
141934–35 Zamalek (3) 3–0 Al Ahly
151935–36 Ittihad Alexandria (2) 3–1 El Sekka El Hadid SC
161936–37 Al Ahly (7) 3–2 El Sekka El Hadid SC
171937–38 Zamalek (4) 1–1 (aet) 1–0 (R) Al Ahly
181938–39 Al Teram (1) 1–1 (aet) 2–0 (R)Police
191939–40 Al Ahly (8) 3–1 Al Teram
201940–41 Zamalek (5) 5–0 Police
211941–42 Al Ahly (9) 3–0 Zamalek
221942–43 Al Ahly (10)
Zamalek (6)
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231943–44 Zamalek (7) 6–0 Al Ahly
241944–45 Al Ahly (11) 3–2 Al-Masry
251945–46 Al Ahly (12) 3–0 El Sekka El Hadid SC
261946–47 Al Ahly (13) 2–1 Al-Masry
271947–48 El Ittihad El Sakandary (3) 2–1 Zamalek
281948–49 Al Ahly (14) 3–1 (aet) Zamalek
291949–50 Al Ahly (15) 6–0 Tersana
301950–51 Al Ahly (16) 1–0 El Sekka El Hadid SC
311951–52 Zamalek (8) 2–0 Al Ahly
321952–53 Al Ahly (17) 4–1 Zamalek
331953–54 Tersana (3) 4–1 Al-Masry
341954–55 Zamalek (9) 2–1 Ittihad Alexandria
351955–56 Al Ahly (18) 1–0 Tersana
361956–57 Zamalek (10) 3–0 Al-Masry
371957–58 Al Ahly (19)
Zamalek (11)
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381958–59 Zamalek (12) 2–1 Al Ahly
391959–60 Zamalek (13) 3–2 El Olympi
401960–61 Al Ahly (20) Dagger-14-plain.png5–0 El Qanah Dagger-14-plain.png
411961–62 Zamalek (14) 5–1 Ittihad Alexandria
421962–63 El Ittihad El Sakandary (4) 3–2 Zamalek
431963–64 El Qanah (1) 2–0 El Sekka El Hadid SC
441964–65 Tersana (4) 4–1 Suez El-Riyadi
451965–66 Al Ahly (21) 1–0 Tersana
461966–67 Tersana (5) 1–0 El Olympi
1967–1972; text-align:center;"|Not played due to the Six-Day War.
471972–73 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.
481974–75 Zamalek (15) 1–0 Ghazl El Mahalla
491975–76 El Ittihad El Sakandary (6) 1–0 Al Ahly
501976–77 Zamalek (16) 3–1 Ismaily
511977–78 Al Ahly (22) 4–2 Zamalek SC
521978–79 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.
531980–81 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.
541982–83 Al Ahly (24) 1–0 Al-Masry
551983–84 Al Ahly (25) 3–1 (aet) Al-Masry
561984–85 Al Ahly (26) 1–0 Ismaily
571985–86 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.
581987–88 Zamalek (18) 1–0 Ittihad Alexandria
591988–89 Al Ahly (27) 3–0 Al-Masry
601989–90 El Mokawloon (1) 2–1 Suez Montakhab
611990–91 Al Ahly (28) 1–0 Aswan SC
621991–92 Al Ahly (29) 2–1 Zamalek
631992–93 Al Ahly (30) 3–2 Ghazl El Mahalla
1993–94Not Finished due to late finish of the Egyptian League and start of 1994 FIFA World Cup.
641994–95 El Mokawloon (2) 2–0 Ghazl El Mahalla
651995–96 Al Ahly (31) 3–1 El Mansoura
661996–97 Ismaily (1) 1–0 Al Ahly
671997–98 Al Masry (1) 4–3 El Mokawloon
681998–99 Zamalek (19) 3–1 Ismaily
691999–2000 Ismaily (2) 4–0 El Mokawloon
702000–01 Al Ahly (32) 2–0 (aet) Ghazl El Mahalla
712001–02 Zamalek (20) 1–0 Baladeyet El Mahalla
722002–03 Al Ahly (33) 1–1 (4–3 p) Ismaily
732003–04 El Mokawloon (3) 2–1 Al Ahly
742004–05 ENPPI (1) 1–0 (aet) Ittihad Alexandria
752005–06 Al Ahly (34) 3–0 Zamalek
762006–07 Al Ahly (35) 4–3 (aet) Zamalek
772007–08 Zamalek (21) 2–1 ENPPI
782008–09 Haras El Hodood (1) 1–1 (4–1 p) ENPPI
79 2009–10 Haras El Hodood (2) 1–1 (5–4 p) Al Ahly
802010–11 ENPPI (2) 2–1 Zamalek
2011–12Not played due to the tragic events from Port Said Stadium riot.
81 2013 Zamalek (22) 3–0 Wadi Degla
82 2014 Zamalek (23) 1–0 Smouha
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
87 2018-19 Zamalek (27) 3–0 Pyramids

Notes:

Performances

Performance by club

ClubWinnerRunner-upWinning years
Al Ahly 36151924, 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 27131922, 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 681926, 1936, 1948, 1963, 1973, 1976
Tersana 631923, 1929, 1954, 1965, 1967, 1986
El Mokawloon 331990, 1995, 2004
Ismaily 241997, 2000
El Olympi 221933, 1934
ENPPI 222005, 2011
Haras El Hodood 22009, 2010
Al Masry 191998
Al Teram 111939
El Qanah 111964
Al-Sekka Al-Hadid 7
Ghazl El Mahalla 6
Smouha 2
Police2
Suez SC 2
Aswan SC 1
El Mansoura 1
Baladeyet El Mahalla 1
Wadi Degla 1
Pyramids FC 1
Total87 Double-dagger-14-plain.png81 Double-dagger-14-plain.png

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References

  1. Said, Tarek. "Egyptian Soccer League - Egyptian Football Netword".