Luxembourg Cup

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Luxembourg Cup
Founded1921 (1921)
Region Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg
Number of teams104
Qualifier for UEFA Europa Conference League
Current champions F91 Dudelange
(8th title)
Most successful club(s) Red Boys Differdange
(15 titles)
Soccerball current event.svg 2021–22 Luxembourg Cup

The Luxembourg Cup (French : Coupe du Luxembourg) is the national knockout cup competition in Luxembourgian football. It was first held in 1922, [1] and has been held annually since, with the exception of the four seasons during the German occupation during Second World War.



1921–22 Racing Club Luxembourg 2–0 Jeunesse Esch
1922–23 Fola Esch 3–0 Union Luxembourg
1923–24 Fola Esch 2–0 Red Boys Differdange
1924–25 Red Boys Differdange 1–1 aet 3–0 (R) Spora Luxembourg
1925–26 Red Boys Differdange 5–2 Union Luxembourg
1926–27 Red Boys Differdange 3–2 Jeunesse Esch
1927–28 Spora Luxembourg 2–2 aet 3–3 aet (R) 5–2 (R) Stade Dudelange
1928–29 Red Boys Differdange 5–3 Spora Luxembourg
1929–30 Red Boys Differdange 2–1 Spora Luxembourg
1930–31 Red Boys Differdange 5–3 Spora Luxembourg
1931–32 Spora Luxembourg 2–1 Red Boys Differdange
1932–33 Progrès Niedercorn 4–1 Union Luxembourg
1933–34 Red Boys Differdange 5–2 Spora Luxembourg
1934–35 Jeunesse Esch 4–2 Red Boys Differdange
1935–36 Red Boys Differdange 2–0 Stade Dudelange
1936–37 Jeunesse Esch 3–0 Union Luxembourg
1937–38 Stade Dudelange 1–0 National Schifflange
1938–39 US Dudelange 2–1 Stade Dudelange
1939–40 Spora Luxembourg 6–2 Stade Dudelange
1940–1944Not Held due to World War II
1944–45 Progrès Niedercorn 2–0 Spora Luxembourg
1945–46 Jeunesse Esch 3–1 Progrès Niedercorn
1946–47 Union Luxembourg 2–1 Stade Dudelange
1947–48 Stade Dudelange 1–0 Red Boys Differdange
1948–49 Stade Dudelange 1–0 Racing Rodange
1949–50 Spora Luxembourg 5–1 Red Boys Differdange
1950–51 SC Tétange 1–1 aet 2–0 (R) CS Grevenmacher
1951–52 Red Boys Differdange 1–0 Red Star Merl
1952–53 Red Boys Differdange 2–1 CS Grevenmacher
1953–54 Jeunesse Esch 5–0 CS Grevenmacher
1954–55 Fola Esch 1–1 aet 4–1 (R) Red Boys Differdange
1955–56 Stade Dudelange 3–1 Progrès Niedercorn
1956–57 Spora Luxembourg 2–1 Stade Dudelange
1957–58 Red Boys Differdange 2–1 US Dudelange
1958–59 Union Luxembourg 3–1 CS Grevenmacher
1959–60 National Schifflange 3–0 Stade Dudelange
1960–61 Alliance Dudelange 3–2 Union Luxembourg
1961–62 Alliance Dudelange 1–0 Union Luxembourg
1962–63 Union Luxembourg 2–1 Spora Luxembourg
1963–64 Union Luxembourg 1–0 Aris Bonnevoie
1964–65 Spora Luxembourg 1–0 Jeunesse Esch
1965–66 Spora Luxembourg 2–0 Jeunesse Esch
1966–67 Aris Bonnevoie 1–0 Union Luxembourg
1967–68 US Rumelange 0–0 aet 1–0 (R) Aris Bonnevoie
1968–69 Union Luxembourg 5–2 Alliance Dudelange
1969–70 Union Luxembourg 1–0 Red Boys Differdange
1970–71 Jeunesse Hautcharage 4–1 Jeunesse Esch
1971–72 Red Boys Differdange 4–3 Aris Bonnevoie
1972–73 Jeunesse Esch 3–2 Fola Esch
1973–74 Jeunesse Esch 4–1 Avenir Beggen
1974–75 US Rumelange 2–0 Jeunesse Esch
1975–76 Jeunesse Esch 2–1 Aris Bonnevoie
1976–77 Progrès Niedercorn 4–4 aet 3–1 (R) Red Boys Differdange
1977–78 Progrès Niedercorn 2–1 Union Luxembourg
1978–79 Red Boys Differdange 4–1 Aris Bonnevoie
1979–80 Spora Luxembourg 3–2 Progrès Niedercorn
1980–81 Jeunesse Esch 5–0 Olympique Eischen
1981–82 Red Boys Differdange 2–1 US Rumelange
1982–83 Avenir Beggen 4–2 Union Luxembourg
1983–84 Avenir Beggen 4–1 US Rumelange
1984–85 Red Boys Differdange 1–0 Jeunesse Esch
1985–86 Union Luxembourg 4–1 Red Boys Differdange
1986–87 Avenir Beggen 6–0 Spora Luxembourg
1987–88 Jeunesse Esch 1–0 Avenir Beggen
1988–89 Union Luxembourg 2–0 Avenir Beggen
1989–90 Swift Hesperange 3–3 aet 7–1 (R) AS Differdange
1990–91 Union Luxembourg 3–0 Jeunesse Esch
1991–92 Avenir Beggen 1–0 CS Pétange
1992–93 Avenir Beggen 5–2 F91 Dudelange
1993–94 Avenir Beggen 3–1 F91 Dudelange
1994–95 CS Grevenmacher 1–1 aet 3–2 (R) Jeunesse Esch
1995–96 Union Luxembourg 3–1 Jeunesse Esch
1996–97 Jeunesse Esch 2–0 Union Luxembourg
1997–98 CS Grevenmacher 2–0 Avenir Beggen
1998–99 Jeunesse Esch 3–0 FC Mondercange
1999–2000 Jeunesse Esch 4–1 FC Mondercange
2000–01 Etzella Ettelbruck 5–3 FC Wiltz 71
2001–02 Avenir Beggen 1–0 F91 Dudelange
2002–03 CS Grevenmacher 1–0 Etzella Ettelbruck
2003–04 F91 Dudelange 3–1 aet Etzella Ettelbruck
2004–05 CS Pétange 6–0 FC CeBra 01
2005–06 F91 Dudelange 3–2 Jeunesse Esch
2006–07 F91 Dudelange 2–1 UN Käerjeng 97
2007–08 CS Grevenmacher 4–1 Victoria Rosport
2008–09 F91 Dudelange 5–0 UN Käerjeng 97
2009–10 FC Differdange 03 1–0 CS Grevenmacher
2010–11 FC Differdange 03 1–0 F91 Dudelange
2011–12 F91 Dudelange 4–2 aet Jeunesse Esch
2012–13 Jeunesse Esch 2–1 Differdange 03
2013–14 Differdange 03 2–0 F91 Dudelange
2014–15 Differdange 03 1–1 aet (3–2 pen.) F91 Dudelange
2015–16 F91 Dudelange 1–0 Mondorf-les-Bains
2016–17 F91 Dudelange 4–1 Fola Esch
2017–18 Racing FC 0–0 aet (4–3 pen.) Hostert
2018–19 F91 Dudelange 5–0 Etzella Ettelbruck
2019–20 abandoned due to COVID-19 pandemic [2]
2020–21 abandoned due to COVID-19 pandemic


Performance by club

ClubTitlesRunners-upWinning Years
FA Red Boys Differdange 1591925, 1926, 1927, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1934, 1936, 1952, 1953, 1958, 1972, 1979, 1982, 1985
Jeunesse Esch 13121935, 1937, 1946, 1954, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1981, 1988, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2013
Union Luxembourg 10101947, 1959, 1963, 1964, 1969, 1970, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1996
CA Spora Luxembourg 881928, 1932, 1940, 1950, 1957, 1965, 1966, 1980
F91 Dudelange 862004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012, 2016, 2017, 2019
FC Avenir Beggen 741983, 1984, 1987, 1992, 1993, 1994, 2002
Stade Dudelange 471938, 1948, 1949, 1956
CS Grevenmacher 451995, 1998, 2003, 2008
FC Progrès Niedercorn 431933, 1945, 1977, 1978
FC Differdange 03 412010, 2011, 2014, 2015
CS Fola Esch 321923, 1924, 1955
US Rumelange 221968, 1975
Alliance Dudelange 211961, 1962
FC Aris Bonnevoie 151967
FC Etzella Ettelbruck 122001
CS Pétange 112005
National Schifflange 111960
US Dudelange 111939
Jeunesse Hautcharage 1-1971
Racing Club Luxembourg 1-1922
SC Tétange 1-1951
Swift Hesperange 1-1990
Racing FC Union Luxembourg 1-2018
FC Mondercange -2
Racing Rodange -1
FC CeBra 01 -1
AS Differdange -1
Olympique Eischen -1
Red Star Merl -1
UN Käerjeng 97 -1
FC Wiltz 71 -1
FC Victoria Rosport -1
Mondorf-les-Bains -1
Hostert -1

Performance by town

Luxembourg City 28288: Union Luxembourg , CA Spora Luxembourg , FC Avenir Beggen, FC Aris Bonnevoie , Racing Club Luxembourg , Racing FC Union Luxembourg, FC CeBra 01, Red Star Merl
Differdange 19113: FA Red Boys Differdange , FC Differdange 03, AS Differdange
Esch-sur-Alzette 16142: Jeunesse Esch, CS Fola Esch
Dudelange 15154: F91 Dudelange, Stade Dudelange , Alliance Dudelange , US Dudelange
Grevenmacher 451: CS Grevenmacher
Niederkorn 431: FC Progrès Niederkorn
Rumelange 221: US Rumelange
Ettelbruck 131: FC Etzella Ettelbruck
Pétange 111: CS Pétange
Schifflange 111: National Schifflange
Hautcharage 1-1: Jeunesse Hautcharage
Hesperange 1-1: Swift Hesperange
Tétange 1-1: SC Tétange
Mondercange -21: FC Mondercange
Bascharage -11: UN Käerjeng 97
Eischen -11: Olympique Eischen
Rodange -11: Racing Rodange
Rosport -11: FC Victoria Rosport
Wiltz -11: FC Wiltz 71
Mondorf-les-Bains -11: US Mondorf-les-Bains
Hostert -11: US Hostert

Performance by canton

Esch-sur-Alzette 595010: Differdange, Dudelange, Esch-sur-Alzette, Mondercange, Niederkorn, Pétange, Rodange, Rumelange, Schifflange, Tétange
Luxembourg 29293: Hesperange, Hostert, Luxembourg City
Grevenmacher 451: Grevenmacher
Capellen 122: Bascharage, Eischen, Hautcharage
Diekirch 131: Ettelbruck
Echternach -11: Rosport
Wiltz -11: Wiltz
Remich -11: Mondorf-les-Bains

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