Asian Cup Winners' Cup
|Most successful club(s)||
(2 titles each)
The Asian Cup Winners' Cup was an association football competition run by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC). The competition was started in 1991 as a tournament for all the domestic cup winners from countries affiliated to the AFC. The winners of the Cup Winners Cup used to contest the Asian Super Cup against the winners of the Asian Champions' Cup. The most successful clubs in the competition are Al Hilal from Saudi Arabia and Nissan FC from Japan.
The competition merged with the Asian Champions Cup and Asian Super Cup in 2002–03 to create the AFC Champions League.
|1990–91||Persepolis||1 – 0
|1991–92||Nissan FC||6 – 1
|1992–93||Yokohama Marinos||2 – 1
|1993–94||Al-Qadisiya||6 – 2
|1994–95|| Yokohama Flügels
||2 – 1
|1995||Bellmare Hiratsuka||2 – 1||Al-Talaba|
|1996–97||Al Hilal||3 – 1||Nagoya Grampus Eight|
|1997–98||Al-Nassr||1 – 0||Suwon Samsung Bluewings|
|1998–99||Al-Ittihad||3 – 2
|1999–2000||Shimizu S-Pulse||1 – 0||Al-Zawraa|
|2000–01||Al-Shabab||4 – 2||Dalian Shide|
|2001–02||Al Hilal||2 – 1
|Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors|
Asian Cup Winners Cup records and statistics
The following table lists countries by number of winners and runner-up in Asian Cup Winners Cup.
|6||United Arab Emirates||0||1|
The following table lists Clubs by number of winners and runner-up in Asian Cup Winners Cup.
|Team||Winners||Runners-Up||Years Won||Years Lost|
|Yokohama F. Marinos1||2||0||(1991–92, 1992–93)|
|Nagoya Grampus Eight||0||1||(1996–97)|
|Suwon Samsung Bluewings||0||1||(1997–98)|
|Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors||0||1||(2001–02)|
The following table lists the winning coaches of the Asian Cup Winners Cup.
- International club competition records