Piala Emas Raja-Raja

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Piala Emas Raja–Raja
Founded1922; 100 years ago (1922)
CountryMalaysia Malaysia
ConfederationAFC
Number of teams18 (from 2019)
Current: 2022 Piala Emas Raja–Raja

Piala Emas Raja–Raja (English: Kings Gold Cup or Sultans Gold Cup) is an amateur annual football competition held between the states in Malaysia. It is a competition contested among Malay origin players in the states of Malaysia. The competition is managed by the Persatuan Bolasepak Melayu Malaysia (PBMM).

The competition has been held for a long time and the first known recorded champions was Perak in 1927.[1][2]

Piala Agong will also be competed as an opening match of the current season of the Piala Emas Raja-Raja where the previous year winners of Piala Emas Raja-Raja will compete against the previous year winners of Piala Agong where they will be defending their trophy.[3]

History[edit]

The competition was first held in the year 1922 during the visit of His Royal Highness the Regent of England (Prince of Wales) to the east including Malaya and Singapore. Various celebrations were held including Malay Football Tournament sponsored 'Malaya / Borneo Exhibition' held for two weeks in Singapore. 10 state teams that participated were from Singapore, Johor, Malacca, Negeri Sembilan, Selangor, Perak, Kedah, Penang, Terengganu and Kelantan. Meanwhile, Pahang and Perlis did not participate. During the final, Kedah beat Johor and emerged champion and received the first edition of Kings Gold Cup.[4]

The winners for the 73rd edition, 2013 Piala Emas Raja–Raja is Perlis.[5]

Champions and finalists[edit]

Year Champions Runners-up Score
1922 KedahKedah JohorJohor
1923 SelangorSelangor
1924 SelangorSelangor
1925 SelangorSelangor
1926 SelangorSelangor
1927 PerakPerak
1928 SelangorSelangor
1929 KedahKedah
1930 SelangorSelangor
1931-34 no competition
1935 SelangorSelangor
1936-37 no competition
1938 SelangorSelangor
1939-46 Suspended due to the World War II – Japanese occupation of Malaya, Singapore and British Borneo
1947 SingaporeSingapore PenangPenang 1-0
1948 KedahKedah SingaporeSingapore 2-0
1949 KedahKedah PerakPerak 1-0
1950 SingaporeSingapore (Win No Match)
1951 PenangPenang SelangorSelangor 2-1
1952 KedahKedah PerakPerak 4-1
1953 KedahKedah Negeri SembilanNegeri Sembilan 4-1
1954 SelangorSelangor KedahKedah 6-1
1955 SingaporeSingapore PenangPenang 3-1
1956 PenangPenang SingaporeSingapore 3-2
1957 SelangorSelangor KelantanKelantan 5-4
1958 SingaporeSingapore PenangPenang 3-0
1959 SingaporeSingapore KelantanKelantan 6-1
1960 SingaporeSingapore PenangPenang 4-1
1961 SelangorSelangor KelantanKelantan 4-0
1962 PerakPerak PenangPenang 5-4
1963 SingaporeSingapore KelantanKelantan 6-3
1964 SingaporeSingapore PenangPenang 2-0
1965 JohorJohor PenangPenang 2-1
1966 PenangPenang SingaporeSingapore 2-1
1967 PerlisPerlis SingaporeSingapore 3-0
1968 PenangPenang SelangorSelangor 4-2
1969 PenangPenang JohorJohor 2-1
1970 TerengganuTerengganu SelangorSelangor 3-2
1971 Malaysian Armed ForcesATM PenangPenang 3-1
1972 KelantanKelantan Malaysian Armed ForcesATM 3-1
1973 SingaporeSingapore KelantanKelantan 4-1
1974 PerakPerak PerlisPerlis 3-2
1975 SingaporeSingapore PenangPenang 3-2
1976 JohorJohor SelangorSelangor 2-1
1977 TerengganuTerengganu PerlisPerlis 2-1
1978 KelantanKelantan JohorJohor 2-1
1979 JohorJohor KelantanKelantan 2-1
1980 PahangPahang PerakPerak 4-2
1981 SingaporeSingapore JohorJohor 2-1
1982 KelantanKelantan SelangorSelangor 1-0
1983 SingaporeSingapore PenangPenang 4-2
1984 Malaysian Armed ForcesATM KelantanKelantan 5-4
1985 KelantanKelantan JohorJohor 2-1
1986 PenangPenang Kuala LumpurKuala Lumpur 5-0
1987 TerengganuTerengganu PerlisPerlis 2-0
1988 JohorJohor SelangorSelangor 3-0
1989 KelantanKelantan SelangorSelangor 4-0
1990 PerakPerak KelantanKelantan 3-0
1991 KelantanKelantan TerengganuTerengganu 1-0
1992 Negeri SembilanNegeri Sembilan TerengganuTerengganu 2-1
1993 PerlisPerlis PenangPenang 1-0
1994 Kuala LumpurKuala Lumpur PerlisPerlis 2-1
1995 KelantanKelantan MalaccaMelaka 4-0
1996 KedahKedah PerlisPerlis 1-0
1997 SelangorSelangor KelantanKelantan 3-1
1998 PenangPenang Malaysian Armed ForcesATM 2–2 (5–4 pen.)
1999 Malaysian Armed ForcesATM MalaccaMelaka 3-2
2000 TerengganuTerengganu SelangorSelangor 3-0
2001 KelantanKelantan PenangPenang 3-0
2002 PenangPenang KedahKedah 1-0
2003 KelantanKelantan SelangorSelangor 2-1
2004 KelantanKelantan PahangPahang 2-0
2005 KedahKedah KelantanKelantan 1-0
2006 SelangorSelangor Malaysian Armed ForcesATM 5-1
2007 JohorJohor KelantanKelantan 2-1
2008 KelantanKelantan PenangPenang 4-0
2009 PerlisPerlis KedahKedah 2-0
2010 KelantanKelantan KedahKedah 0–0 (4–3 pen.)
2011 PahangPahang Malacca Melaka 3-1
2012 PerakPerak KedahKedah 0-0 (2-0) (a.e.t.)
2013 PerlisPerlis KedahKedah 0–0 (a.e.t.)(7–6 pen.)
2014 PerlisPerlis PahangPahang 2-1
2015 Negeri SembilanNegeri Sembilan PerlisPerlis 1-1 (2-1)(a.e.t.)
2016 PahangPahang PDRM 6-2
2017 PenangPenang KelantanKelantan 2-1
2018 PahangPahang TerengganuTerengganu 1-0
2019 MalaysiaMISC Kuala LumpurKuala Lumpur 2-1 [6]
2020-21 cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic
2022 Selangor Selangor PDRM 3-2

Performance by teams[edit]

Rank Team Winners Runners-up
1 Selangor Selangor 14 9
2 Kelantan Kelantan 12 12
3 Singapore Singapore 12 4
4 Penang Penang 9 12
5 Kedah Kedah 8 6
6 Perlis Perlis 5 6
7 Johor Johor 5 5
8 Perak Perak 5 3
9 Terengganu Terengganu 4 3
10 Pahang Pahang 4 2
11 Malaysian Armed Forces ATM 3 3
12 Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan 2 1
13 Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur 1 2
14 Malaysia MISC 1 -
15 Malacca Melaka - 3
16 PDRM - 2

Corporate sponsor[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Atsushi Fujioka; Erik Garin; Mikael Jönsson; Hans Schöggl (11 January 2018). "Sultan's Gold Cup". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
  2. ^ "Piala Emas Raja-Raja beri peluang bekas pemain" (in Malay). Stadium Astro. 19 August 2016. Archived from the original on 29 November 2016. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
  3. ^ "NS tekad rampas Piala Agong dari Perak". Bernama (in Malay). Berita Harian. 6 October 2016. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
  4. ^ "Tak lapuk dek zaman". Utusan Malaysia (in Malay). 25 October 2008. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
  5. ^ "Perlis juara Piala Emas Raja-Raja ke-73". Bernama (in Malay). Utusan Malaysia. 31 December 2013. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
  6. ^ "MISC pecah tradisi 36 tahun Piala Emas Raja-Raja" (in Malay). Sinar Harian.