Kor Royal Cup
Kor Royal Cup (Thai: ถ้วยพระราชทาน ก. ; ถ้วย ก.) or in old name Yai Cup (Thai: ถ้วยใหญ่) (Changed the name in 1963) was the highest level of club football competition which competed in the tournament in Thailand from 1916-1995. It was founded by Football Association of Thailand in 1916. Department of Performing Arts was the first team that won this competition.
In 1996, Thai Premier League was formed by Football Association of Thailand and was used to the top of professional football league in place of Kor Royal cup. For this Reason, Kor Royal Cup has adapted as trophy contested in an annual match between the champions and the runner-ups of Thai Premier League up to now.
|2010||Muangthong United||Koné Mohamed 67'
Dagno Siaka 81'
|2 – 0
Thai Port forfeited due to crowd riots
|2011||Chonburi||Suree Sukha 65'
Ekaphan Inthasen 85'
|2 – 1||Christian Kouakou 88'||Muangthong United|
|2012||Chonburi||Adul Lahso 45'+
Ludovick Takam 90'+
|2 – 2 CFC on pens||Theeratorn Boonmatan 31'
Frank Acheampong 33'
|2013||Buriram United||Ramsés Bustos||2 – 0||Muangthong United|
|2014||Buriram United||Jay Simpson 79'||1 – 0||Muangthong United|
The trophy contested in an annual match between the champions and the runner-ups of Thai Premier League
(may be adjusted the competition form in some seasons).
|2005/06||Thailand Tobacco Monopoly|
|2004||Krung Thai Bank|
|2003||Krung Thai Bank|
|2001||BEC Tero Sasana|
|2000||Thai Farmer Bank|
|1999||Royal Thai Air Force|
|1996||Royal Thai Air Force|
The top level of club football competition.
† Be Champions Together
- Thailand - List of Cup Winners, RSSSF.com