The Copa Colombia (Colombia Cup, officially known as Copa Águila due to sponsorship by brewery company Bavaria (manufacturer of Águila beer)) is a football tournament in Colombia. It is contested by the 36 professional clubs of DIMAYOR. Although played for the first time in 1950, the tournament has only been held twelve times and five times consecutively since its revival in 2008. The most successful club is Millonarios, with three titles.
Prior to 2008, the Copa Colombia was played in seven occasions, the first three 1950–51 and 1952–53 (in the El Dorado of the Colombian football) as an elimination tournament similar to the Copa del Rey in Spain, with home and away games. Due to the economic status of the teams and the Colombian League back then, the teams could afford large rosters for both local and international games. There were two additional editions in 1956 and 1963.
After the 1962–63 edition, the trophy was given to Millonarios after they won their third consecutive edition of the Copa Colombia. In 1981, there was a new edition of the Copa Colombia, as an additional part of the league. This edition was won by Independiente Medellín over Deportivo Cali. Eight years later, in 1989, Santa Fe won the competition when it was revived again.
On February 14, 2008, the 36 members of the DIMAYOR decided to bring back the Copa Colombia. As a DIMAYOR decision, it would be contested by its members (the first and second division of Colombian football). The first edition of the Copa Colombia's newest inception was held the same year and won by La Equidad. The official sponsor of the tournament for the following five years was Postobón.
In 2015 the competition was renamed to Copa Águila with a new sponsor, Bavaria, the company that produces Águila beer.