Finnish Cup (bandy)

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The Finnish Cup (Suomen Cup, or Finska cupen) in bandy was played for the first time in 1960 and has been played on and off since then. The competition has now been held annually since 2014. It is arranged by Finland's Bandy Association. [1]

Finals

YearWinnerRunner upResult
1959–1960 Oulun Palloseura Kouvolan Urheilijain Palloilijat 9–4
1961–1987Not played
1988 Oulun Luistinseura Veitsiluodon Vastus 6–3
1990 Helsingin IFK Oulun Luistinseura 6–5
1991 Warkauden Pallo -35 Oulun Luistinseura 6–2
1992 Helsingin IFK Warkauden Pallo -35 4–1
1993 Warkauden Pallo -35 Helsingin IFK 10–2
1994–2011Not played
2012–2013epävirallisen kilpailun voitti Botnia.
2013–2014 [2] Jyväskylän Palloseura Mikkelin Kampparit 6–1
2014–2015 [3] Lappeenrannan Veiterä Mikkelin Kampparit 4–3
2015–2016 [4] Botnia-69 Jyväskylän Palloseura 5–3
2016–2017 [5] Jyväskylän Palloseura Lappeenrannan Veiterä 4–3
2017-2018 Lappeenrannan Veiterä Jyväskylän Seudun Palloseura 8–2
2018–2019 Porvoon Akilles Lappeenrannan Veiterä 3–2

Sources

  1. "Suomen Cup « Suomen Jääpalloliitto". www.finbandy.fi.
  2. "Jääpallokirja 2014-2015, sivu 103" (PDF).
  3. Tackla
  4. "Suomen Cup « Suomen Jääpalloliitto". finbandy.torneopal.fi.
  5. "Suomen Cup/SC loppuottelu « Suomen Jääpalloliitto". finbandy.torneopal.fi.

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