|Number of teams||125|
|Qualifier for||UEFA Europa Conference League|
|Current champions|| Ilves |
|Most successful club(s)|| HJK Helsinki |
|2021 Finnish Cup|
The Finnish Cup (Finnish : Suomen cup; Swedish : Finlands cup) is Finland's main national cup competition in football. This yearly competition is open for all member clubs of the FA of Finland and has been played since 1955.
Finnish Cup winner qualifies to UEFA Europa League.
The performance of various clubs is shown in the following table:
|1955||20 November 1955||Haka||HPS||5–1||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||3,021|
|1956||28 October 1956||Pallo-Pojat||TKT||2–1||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||2,020|
|1957||27 October 1957||IF Drott||KPT||2–1 (aet)||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||3,907|
|1958||3 September 1958||KTP||KIF||4–1||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||3,005|
|1959||1 November 1959||Haka||HIFK||2–1||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||4,176|
|1960||23 October 1960||Haka||RU-38||3–1 (aet)||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||4,729|
|1961||22 October 1961||KTP||Pallo-Pojat||5–2||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||3,601|
|1962||21 October 1962||HPS||RoPS||5–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||5,022|
|1963||20 October 1963||Haka||Reipas Lahti||1–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||14,052|
|1964||18 October 1964||Reipas Lahti||LaPa||1–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||4,837|
|1965||20 October 1965||Åbo IFK||TPS||1–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||1,936|
|1966||30 October 1966||HJK||KTP||6–1||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||7,069|
|1967||11 October 1967||KTP||Reipas Lahti||2–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||5,243|
|1968||12 October 1968||KuPS||KTP||2–1||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||3,521|
|1969||8 October 1969||Haka||Honka||2–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||1,250|
|1970||4 October 1970||MP||Reipas Lahti||4–1 (aet)||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||5,399|
|1971||10 October 1971||MP||Sport||4–1||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||2,645|
|1972||15 October 1972||Reipas Lahti||VPS||2–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||528|
|1973||7 October 1973||Reipas Lahti||SePS||1–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||2,846|
|1974||6 October 1974||Reipas Lahti||OTP||1–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||4,866|
|1975||25 April 1976||Reipas Lahti||HJK||6–2 (aet)||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||6,086|
|1976||17 April 1977||Reipas Lahti||FC Ilves||2–0||Tammela Stadion||Tampere||2,175|
|1977||23 October 1977||Haka||SePS||3–1||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||2,134|
|1978||8 October 1978|
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| Kuopio |
|1979||21 October 1979||FC Ilves||TPS||2–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||3,409|
|1980||19 October 1980||KTP||Haka||3–2||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||7,039|
|1981||17 October 1981||HJK||FC Kuusysi||4–0||Töölön Pallokenttä||Helsinki||5,063|
|1982||16 October 1982||Haka||KPV||3–2||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||4,161|
|1983||15 October 1983||FC Kuusysi||Haka||2–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||5,008|
|1984||20 October 1984||HJK||FC Kuusysi||2–1||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||6,057|
|1985||19 October 1985||Haka||HJK||2–2 (aet) 2–1 (p)||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||6,622|
|1986||11 October 1986||RoPS||KePS||2–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||3,636|
|1987||17 October 1987||FC Kuusysi||OTP||5–4||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||7,176|
|1988||15 October 1988||Haka||OTP||1–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||3,504|
|1989||14 October 1989||KuPS||Haka||3–2||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||5,203|
|1990||13 October 1990||FC Ilves||HJK||2–1||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||8,285|
|1991||24 October 1991||TPS||FC Kuusysi||0–0 (aet) 5–3 (p)||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||8,727|
|1992||9 July 1992||MyPa||FF Jaro||2–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||9,517|
|1993||17 July 1993||HJK||RoPS||2–0||Pori Stadium||Pori||4,680|
|1994||10 July 1994||TPS||HJK||2–1||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||7,617|
|1995||28 October 1995||MyPa||FC Jazz||1–0||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||6,140|
|1996||3 November 1996||HJK||TPS||0–0 (aet) 4–3 (p)||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||3,632|
|1997||25 October 1997||FC Haka||TPS||2–1 (aet)||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||4,107|
|1998||31 October 1998||HJK||PK-35||3–2||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||5,023|
|1999||30 October 1999||FC Jokerit||FF Jaro||2–1||Olympic Stadium||Helsinki||3,217|
|2000||10 November 2000||HJK||Kotkan TP||1–0||Finnair Stadium||Helsinki||3,471|
|2001||12 November 2001||Atlantis FC||Tampere United||1–0||Tammela Stadion||Tampere||3,820|
|2002||9 November 2002||FC Haka||FC Lahti||4–1||Finnair Stadium||Helsinki||2,984|
|2003||1 November 2003||HJK||AC Allianssi||2–1 (aet)||Finnair Stadium||Helsinki||3,520|
|2004||30 October 2004||MyPa||FC Hämeenlinna||2–1||Finnair Stadium||Helsinki||2,650|
|2005||29 October 2005||FC Haka||TPS||4–1||Finnair Stadium||Helsinki||2,130|
|2006||4 November 2006||HJK||KPV||1–0||Finnair Stadium||Helsinki||2,447|
|2007||11 November 2007||Tampere United||FC Honka||3–3 (aet) 3–1 (p)||Finnair Stadium||Helsinki||1,457|
|2008||1 November 2008||HJK||FC Honka||2–1 (aet)||Finnair Stadium||Helsinki||1,554|
|2009||31 October 2009||Inter Turku||Tampere United||2–1||Finnair Stadium||Helsinki||2,065|
|2010||25 September 2010||TPS||HJK||2–0||Sonera Stadium||Helsinki||5,137|
|2011||24 September 2011||HJK||KuPS||2–1 (aet)||Sonera Stadium||Helsinki||5,125|
|2012||29 September 2012||FC Honka||KuPS||1–0||Sonera Stadium||Helsinki||2,340|
|2013||28 September 2013||RoPS||KuPS||2–1||Sonera Stadium||Helsinki||4,032|
|2014||1 November 2014||HJK||Inter Turku||0–0 (aet) 5–3 (p)||Sonera Stadium||Helsinki||2,349|
|2015||26 September 2015||IFK Mariehamn||Inter Turku||2–1||Tehtaan kenttä||Valkeakoski||3,017|
|2016||24 September 2016||SJK||HJK||1–1 (aet) 7–6 (p)||Ratina Stadium||Tampere||2,000|
|2016–2017||23 September 2017||HJK||SJK||1–0||OmaSP Stadion||Seinäjoki||3,617|
|2017–2018||12 May 2018||Inter Turku||HJK||1–0||Telia 5G Areena||Helsinki||3,540|
|2019||15 June 2019||Ilves||IFK Mariehamn||2-0||Wiklof Holding Arena||Mariehamn||3,250|
|2020||3 October 2020||HJK Helsinki||FC Inter Turku||2-0||Veritas Stadion||Turku||0|
The performance of various clubs is shown in the following table:
|HJK||1966, 1981, 1984, 1993, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2011, 2014, 2016–17, 2020|
|FC Haka||1955, 1959, 1960, 1963, 1969, 1977, 1982, 1985, 1988, 1997, 2002, 2005|
|Reipas Lahti||1964, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978|
|KTP||1958, 1961, 1967, 1980|
|TPS||1991, 1994, 2010|
|Ilves||1979, 1990, 2019|
|MyPa||1992, 1995, 2004|
|Inter Turku||2009, 2017–18|
Performance by region
|Uusimaa||HJK, Pallo-Pojat, HPS, FC Jokerit, Atlantis FC, FC Honka||1956, 1962, 1966, 1981, 1984, 1993, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016–17|
|Pirkanmaa||Haka, Ilves, Tampere United||1955, 1959, 1960, 1963, 1969, 1977, 1979, 1982, 1985, 1988, 1990, 1997, 2002, 2005, 2007|
|Päijät-Häme||Reipas, Kuusysi||1964, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1983, 1987|
|Kymenlaakso||KTP, MyPa||1958, 1961, 1967, 1980, 1992, 1995, 2004|
|Varsinais-Suomi||TPS, FC Inter, ÅIFK||1965, 1991, 1994, 2009, 2010, 2018|
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