|Number of teams||30 (14 participants in Al, 16 in Leumit)|
|Current champions||Hapoel Haifa (2012–13 Al)
Hapoel Rishon LeZion (2012–13 Leumit)
|Website||Toto Cup Al
Toto Cup Leumit
The Toto Cup is the third important competition in Israeli football after the Israeli Premier League and the Israeli State Cup and is considered as a negligible cup, and therefore the Israeli football teams are not investing in many of its games and uses the game to test the foreign players and to give a chance to the bench players and the youth players. However, The Israeli Sports Betting Council pays 1.25 million NIS for the winner, while the runner-up receive 950,000 NIS.
In the 2013–14 season, the Toto Cup was not played due to a fight between the Toto and the IFA.
The competition structure
The group stages are usually played before the opening of the football leagues and take place from August to October, and the finals take place in January. the 14 teams in league are divided into three groups, Five teams in two groups, and four teams in one group. Each team plays against each team once. The two teams placed last in each group are eliminated with the rest of teams advance to the quarterfinals.
The group stages are usually played before the opening of the football leagues and take place from August to September, and the finals take place in December. the 16 teams in league are divided into four groups, four teams in each group. Each team plays against each team once, making a total of three games for each team. The best two teams in each group advances to the quarterfinals.
Until 2009, the eight teams that played in the quarterfinals played in a regular knock-out, two meetings for each team in the quarterfinals. Each team played one meeting at their home in the order determined in a raffle.
From the 2009–10 season until the 2012–13 season both Al and Leumit cups had just one game was played in the quarterfinals on the home ground of one of the team by a raffle just like the State Cup games.
Since the 2012–13 season, Al teams play each other twice in the quarterfinals while Leumit play each other once.
The four winning teams who progressed to the semifinals play against their opponent once. the two winners reaches the final and the final winner is the cup winner. the final and the Toto Cup semifinals are all played in the same stadium.
- Israel Football Association
- Toto Cup Al Israel Football Association (Hebrew)
- Toto Cup Leumit Israel Football Association (Hebrew)
- Toto Cup Artzit – 1999–2008 Israel Football Association (Hebrew)
- Toto Cup Artzit – 2008–2009 Israel Football Association (Hebrew)
- "גביע הטוטו: 6 מיליון שקל יחולקו העונה ל-16 המשתתפות" [Toto Cup: 6 million shekel will be divided between the 16 teams] (in Hebrew). Globes. 24 January 2012. Retrieved 24 January 2012.