Marquette Golden Eagles
|Originated||September 22, 1973|
|Trophy Series||Milwaukee leads, 28–11–5|
1973 1974 1975
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The Milwaukee Cup is a traveling trophy awarded to the winner of the annual men's soccer (association football) match between Marquette University and the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Milwaukee leads the all-time series, 28–11–5, however, Marquette currently holds the cup following a 2-0 victory at Valley Fields on September 17, 2014  and consecutive draws in 2015 and 2016.
In the event of a draw, the cup remains in the possession of the school holding it prior to the match.
Cup matches since 2006 have taken on a heightened sense of rivalry due to Louis Bennett's acceptance of the head coaching position at Marquette. Bennett took the job after 10 successful seasons as the head coach at Milwaukee.
The September 13, 2006, match took on extra importance for Milwaukee as it was the first played under lights at Engelmann Field. The undertaking to have lights installed was largely initiated and supported by Bennett and his staff while they coached at UWM. Milwaukee won, 3–2.
The cup match stands as one of the few examples of a true derby in American soccer.
|2016||Draw||3-3 (2 OT)||Valley Fields|
|2015||Draw||1-1 (2 OT)||Engelmann Stadium|
|2007||Draw||1–1 (2 OT)||Valley Fields|
|1999||Marquette||3–2 (OT)||Engelmann Field|
|1997||Draw||0–0 (2 OT)||Valley Fields|
|1984||Draw||0–0 (2 OT)||Bavarian Field|