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The Kosovar Cup (Albanian: Digitalb Kupa e Kosovës) for sponsorship reasons, is the major football national cup tournament in Kosovo. It was established in 1991, and is organized by the Football Federation of Kosovo. Besa Pejë are the current holders, who won their 3rd Kosovar Cup against Llapi at the 2016–17 Kosovar Cup Final held at the Riza Lushta Stadium.

Contents

1 Cup finals

1.1 Within FR Yugoslavia 1.2 Reestablished after establishment of UNMIK 1.3 After proclamation of independence 1.4 Performance by club

2 References

Cup finals[edit] Within FR Yugoslavia[edit]

1984–85 Vëllaznimi (Gjakova) 1986–87 Vëllaznimi (Gjakova) 1987–88 Vëllaznimi (Gjakova) 1991–92 Trepça (Mitrovica, Kosovo) 1992–93 Flamurtari (Pristina) 1993–94 Prishtina (Pristina) 1994–95 Liria (Prizren) 1995–96 Flamurtari (Pristina) 2–1 KF Dukagjini (Klina) 1996–97 2 Korriku (Pristina) w/o Drita (Gjilan) [final not played] 1997–98 tournament not held 1998–99 tournament not held

Reestablished after establishment of UNMIK[edit]

1999–00 Gjilani (Gjilan) 2000–01 Drita (Gjilan) 2001–02 Besiana (Podujevo) 2–1 Gjilani (Gjilan) 2002–03 KEK-u (Obilić) 3–1 Prishtina (Pristina) [aet] 2003–04 Kosova Prishtinë (Pristina) 1–0 Besa Pejë (Peć) 2004–05 Besa Pejë (Peć) 3–2 KEK-u (Obilić) 2005–06 Prishtina (Pristina) 1–1 Drenica (Skenderaj) [aet, 5-4 pen] 2006–07 Liria (Prizren) 0–0 Flamurtari (Pristina) [3-0 pen] 2007–08 Vëllaznimi (Gjakova) 2–0 Trepça'89 (Mitrovica, Kosovo)

After proclamation of independence[edit]

2008–09 Hysi (Podujevo) 2–1 Prishtina (Pristina) 2009–10 Liria (Prizren) 2–1 Vëllaznimi (Gjakova) 2010–11 Prishtina (Pristina) 1–2 Besa Pejë (Peć) 2011–12 Trepça'89 (Mitrovica, Kosovo) 3–0 Ferizaj (Ferizaj) 2012–13 Prishtina (Pristina) 1–1 Ferizaj (Ferizaj) [aet, 4–3 pen] 2013–14 Hajvalia (Hajvalia) 1–2 Feronikeli (Glogovac) 2014–15 Feronikeli (Glogovac) 1–1 Trepça'89 (Mitrovica, Kosovo) [aet, 5-4 pen] 2015–16 Prishtina (Pristina) 2–1 Drita (Gjilan)

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2016–17 Llapi (Podujevo) 1–1 Besa Pejë (Peć) [aet, 2-4][3]

Performance by club[edit]

Club Winners Winning seasons

Prishtina 4 1993–94, 2005–06, 2012–13, 2015–16

Liria 3 1994–95, 2006–07, 2009–10

Besa Pejë 3 2004–05, 2010–11, 2016–17

Flamurtari 2 1992–93, 1995–96

Feronikeli 2 2013–14, 2014–15

Trepça 1 1991–92

2 Korriku 1 1996–97

Gjilani 1 1999–00

Drita 1 2000–01

Besiana 1 2001–02

KEK-u 1 2002–03

Kosova Prishtinë 1 2003–04

Vëllaznimi 1 2007–08

Hysi 1 2008–09

Trepça'89 1 2011–12

References[edit]

^ Pandovski, Fatjon (12 June 2009). "Kosovo - List of Cup Winners". RSSF. Retrieved 2010-01-24.  ^ "Prishtina fiton Kupën, siguron Europa League". Gazeta Express. 28 May 2016.  ^ http://www.ffk-kosova.com/federata/?p=19944

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Kosovar Cup seasons

Seasons

1999–00 2000–01 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11 2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18

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Football in Kosovo

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National teams

Men

National team U-21 U-19 U-17 U-15 Futsal

Women

National team U-19 U-17

Football league system

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Superleague First League Second League

Women

Women's League

Futsal league system

Men

Superleague First League

Cup competitions

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Cup Supercup

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