Algerian Women's Cup

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Algerian Women's Cup
كأس الجزائر للسيدات
Founded 1998
Region Algeria Algeria
Current champions Affak Relizane (2013-14)
Most successful club(s) ASE Alger Centre
(10 titles)
2013-14

The Algerian Women's Championship (Arabic: كأس الجزائر للسيدات‎) is a women's association football competition in Algeria. pitting regional teams against each other. It was established in 1998. It is the women's equivalent of the Algerian Cup for men. The winner of the 2014 edition is Affak Relizane for the fifth time.

Finals[edit]

Year Winners Score Runners-up Venue
1998-99 F Blida 3 – 1 FC Béjaïa
1999-00 ASE Alger Centre
2000-01 ASE Alger Centre AS Intissar Oran
2001-02 ASE Alger Centre AS Intissar Oran
2002-03 [1] ASE Alger Centre 3 – 2 AS Evasion Béjaïa Stade Hamid Chebcheb, Rouïba
2003-04 ASE Alger Centre 2 – 1 AS Intissar Oran Stade Hamid Chebcheb, Rouïba
2004-05 ASE Alger Centre 6 – 1 CSF Oran Stade Laamali, Chéraga
2005-06 ASE Alger Centre 4 – 1 AS Evasion Béjaïa Stade de Boumerdès, Boumerdès
2006-07 ASE Alger Centre 7 – 2 ASJ Canastel (Oran) Stade Olympique de Koléa, Tipaza
2007-08 ASE Alger Centre 1 – 0 Affak Relizane Stade Saïd Ould-Moussa, Hydra
2008-09 ASE Alger Centre 1 – 0 Affak Relizane Stade Benfedda, Zéralda
2009-10 Affak Relizane 3 – 0 ASE Alger Centre Stade Benfedda, Zéralda
2010-11 Affak Relizane 0 – 0 (3 – 2 pen) CLT Belouizdad (Algiers) Stade Benfedda, Zéralda
2011-12 [2] Affak Relizane 2 – 1 FC Constantine Stade Benfedda, Zéralda
2012-13 Affak Relizane 5 – 0 FC Constantine Stade Frères Brakni, Blida
2013-14 [3] Affak Relizane 4 – 1 FC Constantine Stade de Aïn Beïda, Algiers

Most successful clubs[edit]

Club Winners Runners-Up Winning Cups Runners-Up
ASE Alger Centre
10
1
2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 2010
Affak Relizane
5
2
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 2008, 2009
F Blida
1
0
1999
AS Intissar Oran
0
3
2001, 2002, 2004
FC Constantine
0
3
2012, 2013, 2014
AS Evasion Béjaïa
0
2
2003, 2006
FC Béjaïa
0
1
1999
CSF Oran
0
1
2005
ASJ Canastel (Oran)
0
1
2007
CLT Belouizdad (Algiers)
0
1
2011

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