|Number of teams||236|
|Qualifier for||UEFA Europa Conference League|
|Current champions||Slovan Bratislava (9th title)|
|Most successful club(s)||Slovan Bratislava (9 titles)|
|Website||Official Slovak Cup Site|
|2020–21 Slovak Cup|
The Slovak Cup (Slovak : Slovenský pohár) is the main knockout cup competition in Slovak football.
The competition was first contested in 1961. Until 1993, the winner of the Slovak Cup would face the winner of the Czech Cup in the Czechoslovak Cup final, the winner of which would be Czechoslovakia's representative in the Cup Winners Cup (Slovan Bratislava won the tournament in 1968/1969).
The winner currently qualifies for the UEFA Europa Conference League.
|1960–1997||No main sponsor||Slovenský Pohár|
|1997–2001||Heineken||Slovenský pohár Zlatého Bažanta|
|2002–2011||No main sponsor||Slovenský Pohár|
|1960–61||Dynamo Žilina||1–1p||FC Lokomotíva Košice||?|
|1961–69||Tournament not played|
|1969–70||Slovan Bratislava||2–2, 1–0||Dukla Banská Bystrica||2 matches played|
|1970–71||Spartak Trnava||2–0, 0–1||Slovan Bratislava|
|1971–72||Slovan Bratislava||1–2, 4–1 (aet)||Spartak Trnava|
|1972–73||VSS Košice||3–0, 3–3||Tatran Prešov|
|1973–74||Slovan Bratislava||0–0, 2–2 (6–5p)||Spartak Trnava|
|1974–75||Spartak Trnava||2–0, 1–2||AC Nitra|
|1975–76||Slovan Bratislava||0–0, 2–1||Inter Bratislava|
|1976–77||Lokomotíva Košice||0–2, 4–0||ZVL Žilina|
|1977–78||Jednota Trenčín||1–0, 3–1||Slovan Bratislava|
|1978–79||Lokomotíva Košice||2–2, 3–0||Inter Bratislava|
|1979–80||ZŤS Košice||2–4, 5–0||ZVL Žilina|
|1980–81||Dukla Banská Bystrica||1–1, 1–0||ZŤS Košice|
|1981–82||Slovan Bratislava||3–1, 0–0||ZŤS Petržalka|
|1982–83||Slovan Bratislava||0–0, 1–1||Plastika Nitra|
|1983–84||Inter Bratislava||2–0, 1–0||Dukla Banská Bystrica|
|1984–85||Lokomotíva Košice||1–0, 1–1||Tatran Prešov|
|1985–86||Spartak Trnava||1–0||ZVL Žilina||Futbalový štadión Prievidza|
|1986–87||DAC Dunajská Streda||0–0 (6–5p)||Plastika Nitra||Štadión Antona Malatinského|
|1987–88||Inter Bratislava||1–0||Spartak Trnava||Štadión na Sihoti|
|1988–89||Slovan Bratislava||2–1||ZVL Považská Bystrica||Štadión Hlohovec|
|1989–90||Inter Bratislava||6–0||ZVL Žilina||Mestský štadión Žiar nad Hronom|
|1990–91||Spartak Trnava||1–0||FC Nitra||Štadión pod Čebraťom|
|1991–92||Tatran Prešov||2–0||Lokomotíva Košice||Stadium MUDr. Ivan Chodák|
|1992–93||1.FC Košice||0–0 (5–4p)||DAC Dunajská Streda||Na Zahradkach Stadium|
|Match went to extra time|
|Match decided by a penalty shootout after extra time|
|Italic||Team from outside the top flight|
Previous cup winners are:
|1993–94||Slovan Bratislava||2–1||Tatran Prešov||Mestský štadión Brezno||5,620|
|1994–95||Inter Bratislava||1–1 (aet, 3–1 pen)||DAC Dunajská Streda||Mestský štadión (Dubnica)||2,550|
|1995–96||Chemlon Humenné||2–1||Spartak Trnava||Štadión Bukóza||9,000|
|1996–97||Slovan Bratislava||1–0 (aet)||Tatran Prešov||Štadión na Sihoti||11,286|
|1997–98||Spartak Trnava||2–0||1. FC Košice||Stadium ŠKP Inter Dúbravka||7,800|
|1998–99||Slovan Bratislava||3–0||Dukla Banská Bystrica||Mestský štadión Žiar nad Hronom||10,048|
|1999–00||Inter Bratislava||1–1 (aet, 4–2 pen)||1. FC Košice||Tatran Stadium||3,150|
|2000–01||Inter Bratislava||1–0||MFK Ružomberok||Mestský štadión (Dubnica)||5,200|
|2001–02||Koba Senec||1–1 (aet, 4–2 pen)||Matador Púchov||Štadión MŠK Považská Bystrica||4,584|
|2002–03||Matador Púchov||2–1 (aet)||Slovan Bratislava||Vojtech Schottert Stadium||4,356|
|2003–04||Artmedia Petržalka||2–0||Steel Trans Ličartovce||Mestský štadión Dunajská Streda||2,650|
|2004–05||Dukla Banská Bystrica||2–1||Artmedia Bratislava||Štadión pod Zoborom||2,474|
|2005–06||MFK Ružomberok||0–0 (aet, 4–3 pen)||Spartak Trnava||Štadión Pasienky||8,426|
|2006–07||FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce||4–0||FC Senec||Štadión Pasienky||3,119|
|2007–08||Artmedia Petržalka||1–0||Spartak Trnava||Štadión pod Dubňom||5,000|
|2008–09||MFK Košice||3–1||Artmedia Petržalka||NTC Senec||1,528|
|2009–10||Slovan Bratislava||6–0||Spartak Trnava||Štadión Michalovce||3,752|
|2010–11||Slovan Bratislava||3–3 (aet, 5–4 pen)||Žilina||SNP Stadium||2,653|
|2011–12||Žilina||3–2 (aet)||Senica||Mestský štadión Bardejov||3,000|
|2012–13||Slovan Bratislava||2–0||Žilina||Štadión pod Čebraťom||3,410|
|2013–14||MFK Košice||2–1||Slovan Bratislava||Stadium Myjava||2,647|
|2014–15||AS Trenčín||2–2 (aet, 3–2 pen)||Senica||NTC Poprad||3,473|
|2015–16||AS Trenčín||3–1||Slovan Bratislava||Štadión Antona Malatinského||8,547|
|2016–17||Slovan Bratislava||3–0||MFK Skalica||NTC Poprad||2,432|
|2017–18||Slovan Bratislava||3–1||MFK Ružomberok||Štadión Antona Malatinského||4,405|
|2018–19||Spartak Trnava||3–3 (aet, 4-1 pen)||MŠK Žilina||Štadión pod Zoborom||6,053|
|2019–20||Slovan Bratislava||1–0||MFK Ružomberok||Tehelné pole||3,624|
|2020–21||Slovan Bratislava||2–1 (aet)||MŠK Žilina||Tehelné pole||0|
|Club||Winners||Runners-up||Winning Years||Runner-up Years|
|Slovan Bratislava||17||5||1970, 1972, 1974, 1976, 1982, 1983, 1989, 1994, 1997, 1999, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2017, 2018, 2020, 2021||1971, 1978, 2003, 2014, 2016|
|Spartak Trnava||6||7||1971, 1975, 1980, 1991, 1998, 2019||1972, 1974, 1988, 1996, 2006, 2008, 2010|
|Inter Bratislava||6||2||1984, 1988, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2001||1976, 1979|
|VSS Košice||5||3||1973, 1980, 1993, 2009, 2014||1981, 1998, 2000|
|Lokomotíva Košice||3||2||1977, 1979, 1985||1961, 1992|
|AS Trenčín||3||–||1978, 2015, 2016||–|
|Žilina||2||8||1961, 2012||1977, 1980, 1986, 1990, 2011, 2013, 2019, 2021|
|Artmedia Petržalka||2||3||2004, 2008||1982, 2005, 2009|
|Dukla Banská Bystrica||2||3||1981, 2005||1970, 1984, 1999|
|Tatran Prešov||1||4||1992||1973, 1985, 1994, 1997|
|MFK Ružomberok||1||3||2006||2001, 2018, 2020|
|DAC Dunajská Streda||1||2||1987||1993, 1995|
|FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce||1||–||2007||–|
|FC Nitra||–||4||–||1975, 1983, 1987, 1991|
|Steel Trans Ličartovce||–||1||–||2004|
|ZVL Považská Bystrica||–||1||–||1989|
|Bratislava||Slovan Bratislava (17), Inter Bratislava (6), Artmedia Petržalka (2)|
|Košice||VSS Košice (5), Lokomotíva Košice (3)|
|Trnava||Spartak Trnava (6)|
|Trenčín||AS Trenčín (3)|
|Banská Bystrica||Dukla Banská Bystrica (2)|
|Žilina||MŠK Žilina (2)|
|Humenné||Chemlon Humenné (1)|
|Púchov||Matador Púchov (1)|
|Ružomberok||MFK Ružomberok (1)|
|Senec||FC Senec (1)|
|Zlaté Moravce||FC ViOn Zlaté Moravce (1)|
|Dunajská Streda||FC DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda (1)|
|Prešov||1. FC Tatran Prešov (1)|
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