|Organising body||Gibraltar Football Association|
|Number of teams||2|
|Current champions||Europa (3rd title)|
|Most successful club(s)||Lincoln Red Imps (11 titles)|
The Pepe Reyes Cup is the Gibraltarian football super cup, contested by the winners of the Premier Division and the Rock Cup at the Victoria Stadium. In the event that a team wins both the Premier Division and the Rock Cup, the runners up of the Premier Division will play against the winner of Premier Division.
The cup is dedicated to Jose Reyes, president of the Gibraltar Football Association during the 1990s.
|2000||Glacis United||2–2||Gibraltar United|
|2001||Lincoln Red Imps||3–1||Gibraltar United|
|2002||Lincoln Red Imps||2–0||Gibraltar United|
|2003||Manchester 62||1–0||Lincoln Red Imps|
|2004||Lincoln Red Imps||3–1||Gibraltar United|
|2005||Glacis United||1–1||Lincoln Red Imps|
|2006||Manchester 62||2–2||Lincoln Red Imps|
|2007||Lincoln Red Imps||3–1||Manchester 62|
|2008||Lincoln Red Imps||3–1||Manchester 62|
|2009||Lincoln Red Imps||3–1||Gibraltar United|
|2010||Lincoln Red Imps||1–0||St. Joseph's F.C.|
|2011||Lincoln Red Imps||1–1||Glacis United|
|2013||St. Joseph's||2–0||Lincoln Red Imps|
|2014||Lincoln Red Imps||2–2||St. Joseph's F.C.|
|2015||Lincoln Red Imps||3–2 (a.e.t.)||Europa|
|2016||Europa||2–0||Lincoln Red Imps|
|2017||Lincoln Red Imps||2–2 (a.e.t.)||Europa|
|2018||Europa||1–1||Lincoln Red Imps|
|2019||Europa||1–0||Lincoln Red Imps|
|Lincoln Red Imps||11||7||2001, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2017|
|Europa||3||2||2016, 2018, 2019|
|Manchester 62||2||2||2003, 2006|
|Glacis United||2||1||2000, 2005|
The Gibraltar Premier Division was a football league established by the Gibraltar Football Association (GFA) in 1905, and the top tier of football in Gibraltar. It originally contained eight member clubs, but it has grown over the years. In 1909 the league was split into two divisions between which clubs can be promoted and relegated at the end of each season. In the 2013–14 season, the Premier Division contained eight clubs with the Second Division containing 12 clubs. For sponsorship reasons it is known as the Argus Insurance Premier Division.
Lincoln Red Imps Football Club is a professional association football club from Gibraltar. They play in the Gibraltar National League, and share Victoria Stadium with all other clubs in the territory. They are the country's record champion with 24 league titles, including fourteen consecutive titles between 2003 and 2016, and in 2014 were the first team to represent Gibraltar in the UEFA Champions League.
The Rock Cup is Gibraltar's premier cup football competition, and has been organised annually by the Gibraltar Football Association (GFA) since 1895. The winner of the 2014 Rock Cup was to be the first one to participate in the Europa League, but as Lincoln Red Imps had already been titled league champion, thus qualifying for 2014–15 UEFA Champions League, the losing finalist College Europa qualified for the first qualifying round. Due to a sponsorship with Gibtelecom, the cup is currently known as the Gibtelecom Rock Cup.
The 2013–14 Gibraltar Premier Division is the 115th season of the national amateur football league in Gibraltar since its establishment - the highest level of football in Gibraltar. The league was expanded this season, and will be contested by eight clubs, a requirement for entry into UEFA competitions. The season began on October 7, 2013 with Glacis United defeating Lions Gibraltar 3-2. Lincoln are the defending league champions, having sealed their 11th successive title win in 2012-13.
Europa FC is a football club from Gibraltar which plays in the Gibraltar National League. As with all other clubs in the territory, Europa FC currently shares the Victoria Stadium on Winston Churchill Avenue. The club also operates a women's team which competes in the Gibraltar Women's Football League.
The 2014–15 Gibraltar Cup, also known as the Senior Cup 2014-15, is the 2nd edition of the Gibraltar Premier Cup, a competition for the teams in the Gibraltar Premier Division, the top tier of football in Gibraltar.
The 2015–16 Gibraltar Premier Division was the 117th season of the national amateur and semi-professional football league in Gibraltar since its establishment - the highest level of football in Gibraltar. The league was contested by ten clubs, expanded from eight clubs in the last two seasons, including all clubs from last season and two promoted clubs from 2014–15 Gibraltar Second Division. The winner of the Gibraltar Premier Division, Lincoln Red Imps was allocated a spot in Champions League qualification, and as they won the Rock Cup a spot in the Europa League was given to the runners-up Europa FC.
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The 2020 Gibtelecom Rock Cup was a single-leg knockout tournament contested by clubs from Gibraltar. There were thirteen clubs participating in the cup this season. The winner of the competition will qualify to compete in the 2020–21 Europa League.