Coupe du Congo

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Coupe du Congo
Founded 1961
Region Democratic Republic of the Congo DR Congo
Current champions AS Maniema Union (2017)
Most successful club(s) DC Motema Pembe
(12 titles)

For the equivalent tournament in the Republic of the Congo, see Coupe du Congo de football.

The Coupe du Congo is the top knockout tournament of the Congolese (DR Congo) football. It was created in 1961.

Winners[edit]

Winners were:[1]

Total[edit]

Club Titles
DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa) (Includes CS Imana) 13
AS Vita Club (Kinshasa) 9
AS Dragons (Kinshasa) (Includes AS Bilima) 5
TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi) (Includes TP Englebert) 5
AS Kalamu (Kinshasa) 4
FC Saint-Éloi Lupopo (Lubumbashi) 3
FC MK Etanchéité (Kinshasa) 2
AS Maniema Union (Kindu) 2
FC Lubumbashi Sport 1
AC Sodigraf (Kinshasa) 1
AS Vita Kabasha (Goma) 1
US Kenya (Lubumbashi) 1
SC Cilu (Lukala) 1
US Bilombe (Bilombe) 1
OC Bukavu Dawa (Bukavu) 1
US Tshinkunku (Kananga) 1
CS Don Bosco (Lubumbashi) 1
FC Renaissance (Kinshasa) 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Congo-Kinshasa (DR Congo; formerly Zaire) Cup Winners". RSSSF. Retrieved 1 October 2011. 

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