Bulgarian Women's Cup

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Купа на България - жени
Founded 1985
Region  Bulgaria
Current champions FC NSA Sofia
(12th title)
Most successful club(s) FC NSA Sofia
(12 titles)

The Bulgarian Women's Cup (Bulgarian: Купа на България - жени) is the national women's football cup competition in Bulgaria. It was first contested in 1985/86.

Record champion is FC NSA Sofia with 12 titles. The 2011 cup final was NSA's first lost home game since 2004, which shows the team's dominance in the cup and league.[1]

List of finals[edit]

The list of finals: [2]

Year Winner Result Runner-up
1985/86 Botev (Plovdiv)
1986/87 CSKA (Sofia)
1987/88 Slavia (Sofia)
1988/89 Akademik (Sofia)
1989/90 CSKA (Sofia)
1991/92 FC NSA Sofia
1992/93 Neftohimik (Bourgas)
1993/94 FC NSA Sofia
1994/95 Grand Hotel Varna
1995/96 Lokomotiv (Plovdiv)
1996/97 FC NSA Sofia
1997/98 Grand Hotel Varna
1998/99 Grand Hotel Varna
1999/00 Grand Hotel Varna
2000/01 FC NSA Sofia round-robin Trivia (Burgas)
2001/02 Grand Hotel Varna
2002/03 LP Super Sport Sofia
2003/04 FC NSA Sofia
2004/05 LP Super Sport Sofia
2005/06 LP Super Sport Sofia
2006/07 FC NSA Sofia
2007/08[3] FC NSA Sofia 4–0 Bolyarki (Veliko Tarnovo)
2008/09 FC NSA Sofia 3–1 LP Super Sport Sofia
2009/10 FC NSA Sofia 4–1 Beroe (Stara Zagora)
2010/11 Olympia Sofia 3–2 FC NSA Sofia
2011/12[4] FC NSA Sofia 3–2 Olympia Sofia
2012/13 FC NSA Sofia 6–0 Ekomet 90 (Plovdiv)
2013/14[5] FC NSA Sofia 3–1 Sportica (Blagoevgrad)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Футбол жени - Олимпия спечели Купа България" [Olympia wins cup of Bulgaria] (in Bulgarian). nsa.bg. 16 June 2011. Retrieved 30 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "Cup winners" (in Bulgarian). todor66.com. Retrieved 25 January 2013. 
  3. ^ "2007/08 results". bulgarian-football.com. Retrieved 13 September 2011. 
  4. ^ "2012 final report" (in Bulgarian). livesport.bg. 30 May 2012. Retrieved 25 January 2013. 
  5. ^ "2013/14 women's season". bulgarian-football.com. Retrieved 9 July 2014.