|Number of teams||various|
|Qualifier for||UEFA Europa Conference League|
|Current champions|| Levadia |
|Most successful club(s)|| Levadia |
|2020–21 Estonian Cup|
The Estonian Cup (Estonian : Eesti Karikas) is the national knockout competition in Estonian football. In 2012, the competition was unofficially rebranded as Evald Tipner's Cup. The winner will compete in UEFA Europa Conference League first qualifying round.
|1938||Sport (1)||1–1 (a.e.t.)||TJK|
|1939||TJK (1)||4–1||Kalev Tallinn|
|1992–93||Nikol (1)||0–0 (4–2 pen.)||Norma|
|1993–94||Norma (1)||4–1||Narva Trans|
|1994–95||Flora (1) D||2–0||Lantana/Marlekor|
|1995–96||Tallinna Sadam (1)||2–0||Eesti Põlevkivi Jõhvi|
|1996–97||Tallinna Sadam (2)||3–2||Lantana|
|1997–98||Flora (2) D||3–2||Lantana|
|1998–99||Levadia Maardu (1)1 D||3–2||Viljandi Tulevik|
|1999–00||Levadia Maardu (2)1 D||2–0||Viljandi Tulevik|
|2000–01||Narva Trans (1)||1–0 (a.e.t.)||Flora|
|2001–02||Levadia Tallinn (1)1||2–0||Levadia Maardu 1|
|2002–03||TVMK (1)||2–2 (4–1 pen.)||Flora|
|2003–04||Levadia (3) D||3–0||TVMK|
|2006–07||Levadia (5) D||3–0||Narva Trans|
|2007–08||Flora (3)||3–1||Maag Tammeka|
|2008–09||Flora (4)||0–0 (4–3 pen.)||Nõmme Kalju|
|2010–11||Flora (5) D||2–0||Narva Trans|
|2011–12||Levadia (7)||3–0||Narva Trans|
|2012–13||Flora (6)||3–1||Nõmme Kalju|
|2013–14||Levadia (8) D||4–0||Santos|
|2014–15||Nõmme Kalju (1)||2–0||Paide Linnameeskond|
|2015–16||Flora (7)||3–0 (a.e.t.)||Sillamäe Kalev|
|2016–17||FCI Tallinn (1)||2–0||Tartu Tammeka|
|2018–19||Narva Trans (2)||2–1 (a.e.t.)||Nõmme Kalju|
|2019–20||Flora (8)||2–1||Narva Trans|
|Eesti Põlevkivi Jõhvi||-||1|
The competition was not officially competed for between 1940 and 1991 due to World War II and to the annexation of Estonia by the Soviet Union.
|1942||Sport Tallinn||Kalev Pärnu||3–0|
|1943||PSR Tartu||Kalev Tallinn||1–0|
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