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Armenian Independence Cup

Armenian Independence Cup
Founded 1992 (1992)
Region  Armenia
Number of teams 8
Current champions Pyunik
Most successful club(s) Pyunik (8 titles)
2015–16 Armenian Cup

The Armenian Independence Cup (Armenian: Հայաստանի Անկախության Գավաթ) is the main football cup competition of Armenia. In its original form as the Armenian Cup, it started in 1939, when Armenia was a republic of the Soviet Union. It served as a qualification tournament for the Soviet Cup, and it was not disputed by Armenian teams in the Soviet League pyramid. After Armenia gained independence in 1992, the cup became known as Independence Cup, and the final is held every year on May 9.

Winners

Year Winner Score Finalist Final Venue Attendance
1992 Banants 2–0 Homenetmen (Pyunik) Hrazdan Stadium, Yerevan 3,347
1993 Ararat Yerevan 3–1 Shirak Hrazdan Stadium, Yerevan 7,000
1994 Ararat Yerevan 1–0 Shirak Hrazdan Stadium, Yerevan 10,000
1995 Ararat Yerevan 4–2 Kotayk Hrazdan Stadium, Yerevan 1,000
1995–96 Pyunik 3–2 Kotayk Hrazdan Stadium, Yerevan 3,000
1996–97 Ararat Yerevan 1–0 Pyunik Hrazdan Stadium, Yerevan 4,500
1998 Tsement Ararat 3–1 Yerevan Hrazdan Stadium, Yerevan 4,000
1999 Tsement Ararat 3–2 Shirak Hrazdan Stadium, Yerevan 4,000
2000 Mika 2–1 Zvartnots-AAL Kotayk Stadium, Abovyan 4,500
2001 Mika 1 – 1 p (4-3) Ararat Yerevan Republican Stadium, Yerevan 7,500
2002 Pyunik 2–0 Zvartnots-AAL Republican Stadium, Yerevan 8,000
2003 Mika 1–0 Banants Republican Stadium, Yerevan 5,000
2004 Pyunik 0 – 0 p (6-5) Banants Republican Stadium, Yerevan 10,000
2005 Mika 2–0 Kilikia Republican Stadium, Yerevan 6,000
2006 Mika 1–0 Pyunik Republican Stadium, Yerevan 1,400
2007 Banants 3 – 1 aet Ararat Yerevan Republican Stadium, Yerevan 6,000
2008 Ararat Yerevan 2 – 1 aet Banants Arnar Stadium, Ijevan 2,500
2009 Pyunik 1–0 Banants Republican Stadium, Yerevan 7,500
2010 Pyunik 4–0 Banants Republican Stadium, Yerevan 8,000
2011 Mika 4–1 Shirak Republican Stadium, Yerevan 9,300
2011–12 Shirak 1–0 Impulse Gyumri City Stadium, Gyumri 3,000
2012–13 Pyunik 1–0 Shirak Hrazdan Stadium, Yerevan 2,500
2013–14 Pyunik 2–1 Gandzasar Hrazdan Stadium, Yerevan 5,000
2014–15 Pyunik 3–1 Mika Republican Stadium, Yerevan 5,000

Soviet time winners

Performance

Club Winner Finalist Winning Years
Pyunik 8 3 1996, 2002, 2004, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015
Mika 6 1 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2011
Ararat Yerevan 5 2 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2008
Banants 2 5 1992, 2007
Araks Ararat 2 1998, 1999
Shirak 1 5 2012
Kotayk 2
Zvartnots-AAL 2
Gandzasar 1
Yerevan 1
Impulse 1
Kilikia 1

External links

  • List of Armenian Cup Finals (with links to full results) from RSSSF
  • Armenian Cup finals between 1992 and 1999
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