The Dockerty Cup (also occasionally spelled as Docherty Cup) is a football (soccer) competition held between clubs in Victoria, Australia. It is named after Harry Dockerty, a former president of the Victorian Soccer Federation. It has been in recess since 1996, except for the year 2004. Victorian clubs from all divisions were eligible to participate, except for the years 1977 to 1984, when Victorian teams participating in the National Soccer League were not allowed to enter.
A Victorian cup competition was reintroduced in 2011, known as the Mirabella Cup due to naming rights sponsorship, with a new trophy. That arrangement lasted only one season, with the competition being named the Statewide Knockout Cup in 2012 and 2013. However in both years, the winner was awarded with the Dockerty Cup trophy.