|Organising body||Lithuanian Football Federation|
|Number of teams||33 (2020)|
|Qualifier for||UEFA Europa Conference League|
|Domestic cup(s)||Lithuanian Supercup|
|Current champions||FK Panevėžys (1st title)|
|Most successful club(s)||Žalgiris Vilnius (12 titles)|
|Television broadcasters||DELFI TV|
|2021 Lithuanian Football Cup|
The Lithuanian Football Federation Cup (Lithuanian : Lietuvos futbolo federacijos taurė), also known as Hegelmann LFF Cup for sponsorship reasons, is a Lithuanian football cup competition contested in a knockout tournament format. The winner of the cup gains entitlement to participate in the Lithuanian Supercup as well as the UEFA Europa League.
The clubs of A Lyga, I Lyga, II Lyga, III Lyga and IV Lyga are eligible to compete. The competition format is a single-elimination tournament.
The competition was sponsored by Sharp in 2018-2019,and by Hegelmann in 2020.
The first cup tournament in Lithuania took place in 1924 and was called the "Kooperacijos taurė". It took place during the International Cooperation Day event."Kooperacijos taurė" competition took place three times - 1924, 1925 and 1926. Other cup competitions took place at the same time as well - "Žiemos taurė" (lith. Winter Cup) in 1925, "Pavasario taurė" (lith. Spring Cup) in 1926 and 1927, as well as once-off cup events.
|1924||Kooperacijos taurė||Founded by a banker Vincas Zakarevičius. The 50 cm in diameter and 1,250g in weight cup was made of silver and gold-plated materials cost 1,000 Litas.||LFLS Kaunas 2:1 Kovas Kaunas|
|1925||Kooperacijos taurė||LFLS Kaunas won the cup for the second time. The cup was to be passed on to the winner each year, and to be kept if won three times in a row.|
|1925||Žiemos taurė||KSK Kaunas 2:0 Kovas Kaunas|
|1926||Kooperacijos taurė||LFLS Kaunas won the cup for three years in a row, and fulfilled the condition to keep the cup.||LFLS Kaunas 4:3 Kovas Kaunas|
|1926||Pavasario taurė||Organized by LFLS central committee.|
|1926||Lithuanian Cup of Honour||The 2,000 Litas cup was founded by the famous singer Kipras Petrauskas, yet it was not supported by the governing football committee. The cup was presented to the previous year football league champion Kovas Kaunas|
|1927||Pavasario taurė||10 Kaunas A and B class teams were competing.||Makabi Kaunas 3:2 Kovas Kaunas|
|1927||Lloyd Lithuania Cup||The cup was presented to the Kaunas region league champion LFLS Kaunas.|
|1932||Sekminių taurė||The cup was founded with a view to replace the Kooperacijos taurė competition.||LFLS Kaunas 5:1 Kovas Kaunas|
|1935||Lithuanian I Sports Festival||6 teams from Kaunas and 4 teams from Latvia competed in the tournament.||MSK Kaunas ?:? Tauras Kaunas|
|1938||Lithuanian National Olympics||16 teams participated, including 1 team from Latvia. The tournament was a part of a prestigious Lithuanian National Olympics event.||KSS Klaipėda 2:0 LGSF Kaunas|
After the World War II, in soviet Lithuania a cup competition was established by the initiative of Tiesa newspaper in 1947, and was called The Tiesa Cup.It consisted of Lithuanian SSR teams not competing in the Soviet football league pyramid.
Since the regained independence in 1990 the competition is called the Lithuanian Football Federation Cup.
|Soviet Era (Tiesa Cup)|
|1947||Lokomotyvas Kaunas||Vėliava Šiauliai||3–2||Miesto stadionas, Vilnius|
|1948||Inkaras Kaunas||Lokomotyvas Kaunas||4–0||Valstybinis stadionas, Vilnius|
|1949||Inkaras Kaunas||Audiniai Kaunas||1–0||KKI Stadionas, Kaunas|
|1950||Elnias Šiauliai||Inkaras Kaunas||4–0||Valstybinis stadionas, Vilnius|
|1951||Inkaras Kaunas||Elnias Šiauliai||2–0||Dinamo stadionas, Vilnius|
|1952||Karininkų namai Vilnius||Dinamo Vilnius||1–0||Dinamo stadionas, Vilnius|
|1953||Lima Kaunas||Trinyčiai Klaipėda||4–2||Valstybinis stadionas, Vilnius|
|1954||Inkaras Kaunas||KPI Kaunas||4–0||KKI Stadionas, Kaunas|
|1955||KPI Kaunas||Linų audiniai Plungė||2–0||Jaunimo stadionas, Vilnius|
|1956||Raudonasis Spalis Kaunas||Raudonoji žvaigždė Vilnius||3–0||Jaunimo stadionas, Vilnius|
|1957||Elnias Šiauliai||MSK Panevėžys||2–0||Žalgirio stadionas, Šiauliai|
|1958||FK Spartakas Vilnius||Melioratorius Kretinga||5–3 (a.e.t)||Miesto stadionas, Kretinga|
|1959||Elnias Šiauliai||KKI Kaunas||2–0||Žalgirio stadionas, Šiauliai|
|1960||FK Panemunė Kaunas||Inkaras Kaunas||2–1||KKI Stadionas, Kaunas|
|1961||Cementininkas Akmenė||EAG Kėdainiai||2–1||Miesto stadionas, Kėdainiai|
|1962||Lima Kaunas||Šešupė Kapsukas||3–1||Miesto stadionas, Kapsukas|
|1963||Saliutas Vilnius||FK Žalgiris Naujoji Vilnia||1–0||Žalgirio stadionas, Vilnius|
|1964||FK Minija Kretinga||Baltija Klaipėda||3–2||Miesto stadionas, Kretinga|
|1965||Inkaras Kaunas||Saliutas Vilnius||4–2||Žalgirio stadionas, Vilnius|
|1966||FK Žalgiris Naujoji Vilnia||Saliutas Vilnius||0–0 / 1–0||Jaunimo stadionas, Vilnius|
|1967||Nevėžis Kėdainiai||FK Statyba Panevėžys||2–1||Centrinis stadionas, Panevėžys|
|1968||Nevėžis Kėdainiai||Pažanga Vilnius||6–0||Miesto stadionas, Kėdainiai|
|1969||Inkaras Kaunas||Vienybė Ukmergė||2–0 / 1–1||Miesto stadionas, Ukmergė / Inkaro stadionas, Kaunas|
|1970||Nevėžis Kėdainiai||FK Minija Kretinga||0–0 / 3–1||Miesto stadionas, Kretinga / Miesto stadionas, Kėdainiai|
|1971||Pažanga Vilnius||FK Statyba Panevėžys||1–0 / 3–1||Žalgirio stadionas, Vilnius / Centrinis stadionas, Panevėžys|
|1972||Nevėžis Kėdainiai||Ekranas Panevėžys||1–1 / 3–2||Miesto stadionas, Kėdainiai / Centrinis stadionas, Panevėžys|
|1973||Nevėžis Kėdainiai||Pažanga Vilnius||1–0||Miesto stadionas, Kėdainiai|
|1974||Statybininkas Šiauliai||Kelininkas Kaunas||2–1||Statybininko stadionas, Šiauliai|
|1975||Vienybė Ukmergė||Statybininkas Šiauliai||3–0||Žalgirio stadionas, Vilnius|
|1976||Kelininkas Kaunas||Sūduva Kapsukas||2–1 (a.e.t)||Žalgirio stadionas, Vilnius|
|1977||Granitas Klaipėda||Kelininkas Kaunas||2–0||Žalgirio stadionas, Vilnius|
|1978||Kelininkas Kaunas||Kooperatininkas Plungė||2–0||Linų audinių stadionas, Plungė|
|1979||Kelininkas Kaunas||Atmosfera Mažeikiai||1–0||Sporto kombinato stadionas, Kaunas|
|1980||Kelininkas Kaunas||Banga Kaunas||3–1||Sporto kombinato stadionas, Kaunas|
|1981||Granitas Klaipėda||Banga Kaunas||2–0||Žalgirio stadionas, Klaipėda|
|1982||Pažanga Vilnius||Nevėžis Kėdainiai||2–0||Žalgirio stadionas, Vilnius|
|1983||Granitas Klaipėda||SRT Vilnius||2–1 (a.e.t)||Žalgirio stadionas, Vilnius|
|1984||SRT Vilnius||Banga Kaunas||2–2 (3–1 pen.)||Sporto kombinato stadionas, Kaunas|
|1985||Ekranas Panevėžys||Banga Kaunas||0–0 (4–3 pen.)||Sporto kombinato stadionas, Kaunas|
|1986||Granitas Klaipėda||Banga Kaunas||3–1||Žalgirio stadionas, Klaipėda|
|1987||SRT Vilnius||Inkaras Kaunas||0–0 (5–4 pen.)||Pasvalys|
|1988||Sirijus Klaipėda||Kelininkas Kaunas||3–2||Jonavos stadionas, Jonava|
|1989||Banga Kaunas||Tauras Tauragė||2–0||Miesto stadionas, Palanga|
|Independent Lithuania — (LFF Cup)|
|1990||FK Sirijus Klaipėda||Žalgiris Vilnius||0–0 (4–3 pen.)||Tauragė|
|1991||Žalgiris Vilnius||Tauras Šiauliai||1–0 (a.e.t)||Žalgirio stadionas, Kaunas|
|1991–92||Lietuvos Makabi Vilnius||Žalgiris Vilnius||1–0||Vingio stadionas, Vilnius|
|1992–93||Žalgiris Vilnius||FK Sirijus Klaipėda||1–0||Miesto stadionas, Palanga|
|1993–94||Žalgiris Vilnius||Ekranas Panevėžys||4–2||S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno stadionas, Kaunas|
|1994–95||Inkaras Kaunas||Žalgiris Vilnius||2–1||Žalgirio stadionas, Klaipėda|
|1995–96||Kareda-Sakalas Šiauliai||Inkaras-Grifas Kaunas||2–0||Žalgirio stadionas, Vilnius|
|1996–97||Žalgiris Vilnius||Inkaras-Grifas Kaunas||1–0||Sporto ir rekreacijos stadionas, Alytus|
|1997–98||Ekranas Panevėžys||FBK Kaunas||1–0||Žalgirio stadionas, Vilnius|
|1998–99||Kareda Šiauliai||FBK Kaunas||3–0 (a.e.t)||Aukštaitijos stadionas, Panevėžys|
|1999–2000||Ekranas Panevėžys||Žalgiris Vilnius||1–0||Sūduvos stadionas, Marijampolė|
|2000–01||Atlantas Klaipėda||Žalgiris Vilnius||1–0||Aukštaitijos stadionas, Panevėžys|
|2001–02||FBK Kaunas||Sūduva Marijampolė||3–1||Sporto ir rekreacijos stadionas, Alytus|
|2002–03||Atlantas Klaipėda||Vėtra Rūdiškės||1–1 (3–1 pen.)||Telšiai|
|2003||Žalgiris Vilnius||Ekranas Panevėžys||3–1||Utena|
|2004||FBK Kaunas||Atlantas Klaipėda||0–0 (2–1 pen.)||Savivaldybės stadionas, Šiauliai|
|2005||FBK Kaunas||Vėtra Vilnius||2–0 (a.e.t)||Vėtros stadionas, Vilnius|
|2006||Sūduva Marijampolė||Ekranas Panevėžys||1–0||S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno stadionas, Kaunas|
|2007–08||FBK Kaunas||Vėtra Vilnius||2–1||Žalgirio stadionas, Vilnius|
|2008–09||Sūduva Marijampolė||Tauras Tauragė||1–0||S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno stadionas, Kaunas|
|2009–10||Ekranas Panevėžys||Vėtra Vilnius||2–1||S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno stadionas, Kaunas|
|2010–11||Ekranas Panevėžys||Banga Gargždai||4–2 (a.e.t)||Sporto ir rekreacijos stadionas, Alytus|
|2011–12||Žalgiris Vilnius||Ekranas Panevėžys||0–0 (3–1 pen.)||ARVI Football Arena, Marijampolė|
|2012–13||Žalgiris Vilnius||Šiauliai||3–3 (8–7 pen.)||S. Dariaus ir S. Girėno stadionas, Kaunas|
|2013–14||Žalgiris Vilnius||Banga Gargždai||2–1||Utenio stadionas, Utena|
|2014–15||Žalgiris Vilnius||Atlantas Klaipėda||2–0||Savivaldybės stadionas, Šiauliai|
|2015–16||Žalgiris Vilnius||Trakai||1–0 (a.e.t)||Telšiai Stadium, Telšiai|
|2016||Žalgiris Vilnius||Sūduva Marijampolė||2–0||Klaipėdos centrinis stadionas, Klaipėda|
|2017||Stumbras||Žalgiris Vilnius||1–0||Aukštaitijos stadionas, Panevėžys|
|2018||Žalgiris Vilnius||Stumbras||3–0||Alytaus stadionas, Alytus|
|2019||Sūduva Marijampolė||Banga Gargždai||4–0||Utenio stadionas, Utena|
|2020||FK Panevėžys||Sūduva Marijampolė||1–1 (5–4 pen.)||Aukštaitijos stadionas, Panevėžys|
|Žalgiris Vilnius||12||5||1991, 1993, 1994, 1997, 2003, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2016, 2018|
|Inkaras Kaunas †||7||5||1948, 1949, 1951, 1954, 1965, 1969, 1995|
|Atlantas Klaipėda||6||2||1977, 1981, 1983, 1986, 2001, 2003|
|FBK Kaunas †||5||7||1989, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2008|
|Ekranas Panevėžys †||5||5||1985, 1998, 2000, 2010, 2011|
|Nevėžis Kėdainiai||5||2||1967, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1973|
|Kelininkas Kaunas †||4||3||1976, 1978, 1979, 1980|
|Sūduva Marijampolė||3||5||2006, 2009, 2019|
|Elnias Šiauliai †||3||1||1950, 1957, 1959|
|Kareda Šiauliai †||3||1||1974, 1996, 1999|
|Saliutas Vilnius †||2||3||1952, 1963|
|Pažanga Vilnius †||2||2||1971, 1982|
|SRT Vilnius †||2||1||1984, 1987|
|Sirijus Klaipėda †||2||1||1988, 1990|
|Lima Kaunas †||2||-||1953, 1962|
|Lokomotyvas Kaunas †||1||1||1947|
|KPI Kaunas †||1||1||1955|
|Žalgiris Naujoji Vilnia †||1||1||1966|
|Vienybė Ukmergė †||1||1||1975|
|Stumbras Kaunas †||1||1||2017|
|Raudonasis Spalis Kaunas †||1||-||1956|
|Spartakas Vilnius †||1||-||1958|
|Panemunė Kaunas †||1||-||1960|
|Neris Vilnius †||1||-||1992|
|Vėtra Vilnius †||4||2003, 2005, 2008, 2010|
|Banga Gargždai||3||2011, 2014, 2019|
|Statyba Panevėžys †||3||1957, 1967, 1971|
|Baltija Klaipėda †||2||1953, 1964|
|Linų Audiniai Plungė||2||1955, 1978|
|Tauras Tauragė||2||1989, 2009|
|FK Šiauliai †||2||1991, 2013|
|Vėliava Šiauliai †||1||1947|
|Audiniai Kaunas †||1||1949|
|Dinamo Vilnius †||1||1952|
|KKI Kaunas †||1||1959|
|FK Mažeikiai †||1||1979|
Clubs currently playing in A Lyga are shown in Bold.
† - Defunct clubs.
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