Palestine Cup

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For the tournament called the Palestine Cup from 1927 to 1948, see Israel State Cup. For the tournament called the Palestine Cup from 1972 to 1975, see Arab Nations Cup.
Palestine Cup
Region  Palestine (PFF)
Current champions Ahli Al-Khalil (2014/15)
Most successful team(s) Shabab Al-Khaleel[1]
2013–14 Palestine Cup

The Palestine Cup is the main national association football competition in Palestine. It is sanctioned by the Palestinian Football Federation. Past competitions were more expansive including clubs from all tiers of Palestinian Football. For the 2010–11 season the PFA restricted participation to just the 12 teams of the 2010–11 West Bank Premier League.


The format of the 2010–11 Palestine Cup featured a group stage with two groups of six teams. After one round of play where each team in the group had played each other once, the top two teams based on points accumulated advanced to the semifinal stage. Semifinals were a two-legged affair with the aggregate winners advancing to a one-off final.

Past Winners[edit]