Lithuanian Women's Cup

Last updated
LFF moterų taurė
Founded 1994
RegionFlag of Lithuania.svg  Lithuania
Current champions Gintra Universitetas
Most successful club(s) Gintra Universitetas
(11+ titles)

The Lithuanian Women's Cup (Lithuanian: LFF moterų taurė) is the annual cup competition of women's football teams in Lithuania.

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Format

In current years the cup is played in two groups. The group winners contest the final.

List of finals

The list of finals: [1] [2] No editions held from 1999 to 2001.

SeasonChampionResultRunner-Up
1994/95 Politechnika Kaunas 5-0 Vilija Vilnius
1995 Gabija-Politechnika Kaunas 2-1 FM Vilnius
1996 Gabija-Politechnika Kaunas 4-1 Zemaitija Telsiai
1996/97 Gabija-Politechnika Kaunas 1-0 Kristina Vilnius
1997/98 Kristina Vilnius 1-0 Politechnika Kaunas
2002 TexTilitė Ukmergė 6-0 FM Vilnius
2003 TexTilitė Ukmergė 2-1 Gintra Universitetas
2004 TexTilitė Ukmergė 7-1 Kreontas-FM Vilnius
2005 [3] Gintra Universitetas 2-0 TexTilitė Ukmergė
2006 [4] Gintra Universitetas 2-0 FK Akmenė
2007 [5] Gintra Universitetas 4-0 TexTilitė Ukmergė
2008 [6] Gintra Universitetas 3-1 TexTilitė Ukmergė
2009 [7] Gintra Universitetas 7-0 FK Akmenė
2010 [8] Gintra Universitetas 6-0 FM Kaunas
2011 [9] Gintra Universitetas 7-0 FM Kaunas
2012 [10] Gintra Universitetas 3-0 TexTilitė Ukmergė
2013 [11] Gintra Universitetas 3-0 Kauno FM Žara
2014 [12] Gintra Universitetas 2-0 MFA Žalgiris
2015
2016 [13] Gintra Universitetas 10-0 Kauno LSU-Žaros

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