Portuguese Volleyball Cup

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Portuguese Volleyball Cup
Sport Volleyball
Founded1964
Inaugural season1964–65
Country Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal
Confederation CEV
Most recent
champion(s)
Benfica (19th title)
Most titles Benfica (19)
TV partner(s) Sport TV
Official website Federação Voleibol

The Portuguese Volleyball Cup (Taça de Portugal de Voleibol) is the men's volleyball cup in Portugal. It is played by teams of all Portuguese divisions, and is organized by the Portuguese Volleyball Federation. [1] The current holders are S.L. Benfica, who have won a record 19 cups.

Contents

Winners

[2] [3]

SeasonFinal
WinnersResultRunners-up
1964–65 S.C. Espinho 3–0 (15–7, 16–6, 15–10)Académica Avintes
1965–66 Benfica 3–1 (15–4,15–11,12–15,15–10)Lisboa e Ginásio
1966–67 Instituto Superior Técnico 3–2 (15–7, 15–5, 8–15, 11–15, 15–8) Benfica
1967–68FC Porto3–1 (16–14, 13–15, 15–9, 15–13) S.C. Espinho
1968–69 Leixões 3–0 (17–15, 15–5, 15–12) Benfica
1969–70FC Porto (2)3–2 (15–10, 13–15, 9–15, 15–8, 15–13) Benfica
1970–71FC Porto (3)3–2 (15–12, 9–15, 9–15, 15–13, 17–15) Leixões
1971–72FC Porto (4)3–0 (15–6, 15–13, 15–11) Benfica
1972–73 Leixões (2)3–1 (15–5, 11–15, 15–5, 15–12) S.C. Espinho
1973–74 Benfica (2)3–1 (15–6, 15–11, 6–15, 16–14) Leixões
1974–75 Benfica (3)3–0 (15–4, 15–5, 15–10) S.C. Espinho
1975–76 Benfica (4)3–1 (13–15, 15–4, 15–13, 15–13)FC Porto
1976–77 Leixões (3)3–0 (15–4, 15–3, 15–8) Instituto Superior Técnico
1977–78 Benfica (5)3–0 (15–12, 15–10, 15–10)FC Porto
1978–79 Benfica (6)3–0 (15–4, 15–7, 15–11)Atlético Madalena
1979–80 Benfica (7)3–1 (9–15, 15–11, 15–8, 20–18) Leixões
1980–81 S.C. Espinho (2)3–2 (15–17, 15–8, 15–11, 13–15, 15–13) Leixões
1981–82 Esmoriz 3–0 (15–12, 15–4, 15–12) CDUL
1982–83 Leixões (4)3–0 (15–12, 16–14, 15–6) Esmoriz
1983–84 S.C. Espinho (3)3–0 (15–10, 15–7, 15–13) Esmoriz
1984–85 S.C. Espinho (4)3–1 (15–9, 16–14, 9–15, 15–11)Académica São Mamede
1985–86ISEF Lisboa3–2 (15–8, 11–15, 8–15, 15–10, 15–8) S.C. Espinho
1986–87FC Porto (5)Table Leixões
1987–88FC Porto (6)Table Benfica
1988–89 Leixões (5)3–1 (15–9, 6–15, 15–13, 15–12) Sporting CP
1989–90 Benfica (8)3–0 (15–4, 15–7, 15–11) Leixões
1990–91 Sporting CP 3–0 (15–6, 15–13, 15–5) AA Espinho
1991–92 Benfica (9)3–2 (16–14, 9–15, 16–14, 6–15, 17–16) Sporting CP
1992–93 Sporting CP (2)3–0 (15–3, 15–4, 15–6)C.D. Nacional
1993–94 Castêlo da Maia 3–2 (15–12, 15–8, 5–15, 12–15, 15–12) Sporting CP
1994–95 Sporting CP (3)3–0 (15–6, 15–4, 15–13) S.C. Espinho
1995–96 S.C. Espinho (5)3–0 (15–5, 15–5, 15–4) Leixões
1996–97 S.C. Espinho (6)3–0 (15–8, 15–13, 15–5) Castêlo da Maia
1997–98 S.C. Espinho (7)3–0 (15–11, 15–8, 15–10) Castêlo da Maia
1998–99 S.C. Espinho (8)3–0 (15–10, 15–13, 15–6) Castêlo da Maia
1999–2000 S.C. Espinho (9)3–0 (25–18, 25–18, 25–20) Leixões
2000–01 S.C. Espinho (10)3–0 (25–23, 25–22, 25–23)C.D. Nacional
2001–02 Castêlo da Maia (2)3–0 (25–21, 25–20, 25–18) Leixões
2002–03 Castêlo da Maia (3)3–0 (25–21, 25–23, 25–16) Vitória S.C.
2003–04 Castêlo da Maia (4)3–0 (27–25, 25–14, 25–21) Vitória S.C.
2004–05 Benfica (10)3–2 (22–25, 23–25, 25–14, 25–16, 16–14) Esmoriz
2005–06 Benfica (11)3–0 (25–19, 25–19, 25–22) S.C. Espinho
2006–07 Benfica (12)3–0 (25–23, 27–25, 25–23) Castêlo da Maia
2007–08 S.C. Espinho (11)3–0 (25–22, 25–22, 25–22) Vitória S.C.
2008–09 Vitória S.C. 3–2 (25–22, 16–25, 25–22, 18–25 15–7) S.C. Espinho
2009–10 Castêlo da Maia (5)3–1 (26–24, 21–25, 25–19, 25–23) Benfica
2010–11 Benfica (13)3–0 (25–22, 25–18, 25–19) S.C. Espinho
2011–12 Benfica (14)3–1 (21–25, 25–12, 25–16, 25–12) AA Espinho
2012–13 Fonte do Bastardo 3–0 (25–20, 25–15, 25–21) Vitória S.C.
2013–14 Castêlo da Maia (6)3–2 (22–25, 20–25, 25–22, 25–17, 15–10) Fonte do Bastardo
2014–15 Benfica (15)3–0 (20–25, 19–25, 14–25) S.C. Espinho
2015–16 Benfica (16)3–1 (25–19, 20–25, 25–19, 25–17) Fonte do Bastardo
2016–17 S.C. Espinho (12)3–0 (25–18, 25–19, 25–22) Benfica
2017–18 Benfica (17)3–1 (24–26, 25–18, 25–22, 25–12) Castêlo da Maia
2018–19 Benfica (18)3–1 (26–28, 25–16, 25–22, 25–20) Fonte do Bastardo
2019–20No champion (COVID-19 pandemic)
2020–21 Sporting CP (4)3–1 (29–27, 25–22, 16–25, 28–26) Benfica
2021–22 Benfica (19)3–1 (20–25, 25–23, 25–18, 25–22) Fonte do Bastardo

Titles by club

ClubWinnersRunners-upYears wonYears runner-up
Benfica
19
8
1966, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1990, 1992, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019, 20221967, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1988, 2010, 2017, 2021
S.C. Espinho
12
9
1965, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2008, 20171968, 1973, 1975, 1986, 1995, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2015
Castêlo da Maia
6
5
1994, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2010, 20141997, 1998, 1999, 2007, 2018
FC Porto
6
2
1968, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1987, 19881976, 1978
Leixões
5
9
1969, 1973, 1977, 1983, 19891971, 1974, 1980, 1981, 1987, 1990, 1996, 2000, 2002
Sporting CP
4
3
1991, 1993, 1995, 20211989, 1992, 1994
Vitória S.C.
1
4
20092003, 2004, 2008, 2013
Esmoriz
1
3
19821983, 1984, 2005
Fonte do Bastardo
1
4
20132014, 2016, 2019, 2022
Instituto Superior Técnico
1
1
19671977
ISEF Lisboa
1
0
1986
C.D. Nacional
0
2
1993, 2001
AA Espinho
0
2
1991, 2012
Académica Avintes
0
1
1965
Lisboa e Ginásio
0
1
1966
Atlético Madalena
0
1
1979
CDUL
0
1
1982
Académica São Mamede
0
1
1985

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