Senegal FA Cup

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Senegal FA Cup
Founded 1961
Region  Senegal
Current champions Mbour Petite-Côte FC
(2nd title)
Most successful club(s) ASC Diaraf
(15 titles)

The Senegal FA Cup is the top knock-out tournament in Senegalese football. It was created in 1961.[1] The current champion is Niarry-Tally who won their only title in 2016 and compete in League 1 of the Senegalese football pyramid. ASC Diaraf have won the most cup titles (15), most recently in 2013 against Casa Sports, 2 - 1 aet. Since 1977, the winner competes in the Senegalese Super Cup (formerly the Assemblée Nationale Cup), the super cup of Senegalese football against the national league champion. If the national league champion also wins the FA cup then the second place club in league 1 competes. The winner of the FA cup qualifies for the continental CAF Confederation Cup.

Title history[edit]

Espoir de Saint-Louis from the northwest of Senegal was the first cup winner in 1961, a club today a part of ASC Linguère. ASC Jeanne d'Arc was the second winner and the first from Dakar. US Rail was their third followed by Ouakam and US Gorée, from the Dakar area. AS Saint-Louisienne (also now part of ASC Linguère) won their second title. Foyer France won two consecutive cup titles and the only time under that name in 1967 and 1968. Jeanne d'Arc won their second in 1969. A club from Dakar won their third title in 1970 and the first as ASC Diaraf. After the merger of Espoir de Saint-Louis and AS Saint-Louisienne, the club won their first title in 1971 as ASC Linguère. Gorée, Diaraf and Jeanne d'Arc won more cup titles in four years. AS Polce became the next club to win a title in 1976. Saltiques Rufisque from metro Dakar won in 1977, Police win their second in 1978. The first club from the southwest of Senegal, Casa Sport won their first title ijn 1979.. Jeanne d'Arc won in 1980. Police won in 1981, Diaraf in 1982 and 1983, Jeanne d'Arc in 1984, Daraf again in 1985. The next club to win a first title was Douanes in 1986. Jeanne d'Arc and Linguère were the next winners. Ouakam won their next title in 25 years in 1989. Linguère, Diaraf and Gorée won their next titles, in 1995, Diaraf won three consecutive cup titles. Gorée and Douanes won their next titles afterwards. Yeggo won their only title in 2000, later Ndiambour, Port Autonome and Djourbel (SONACOS, now SUNEOR) won their only titles. Douanes won four consecutive in 2005. Ouakam, Linguére and Diaraf were its next winners, the latter won two consecutive in 2009. Toure Kounda won their only title in 2010. in 32 years, Casa Sport won their next title. HLM won their only title in 2012. Diaraf won their last title won in 2013. Pikine, Génération Foot and Niarry-Tally won their only titles afterwards. All cup winners are from the west of Senegal.

Winners[edit]

Year Winners Score Runners-up Venue
1961 Espoir de Saint-Louis
1962 ASC Jeanne d'Arc (Dakar) 6-1 Foyer de Casamance
1963 US Rail (Thiès) 3-2 Olympique de Ngor
1964 US Ouakam (Dakar) 1-0 Olympique Thiès
1965 US Gorée 2-1 Olympique Thiès
1966 AS Saint-Louisienne
1967 Foyer France (Dakar) 2-1 US Gorée Dakar
1968 Foyer France (Dakar) 4-0 US Gorée Dakar
1969 ASC Jeanne d'Arc (Dakar)
1970 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) 3-1 Almadies
1971 ASC Linguère (Saint-Louis) 3-0 ASC Diaraf (Dakar)
1972 US Gorée 2-1 ASC Jeanne d'Arc (Dakar) Dakar
1973 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) 2-0 ASC Jeanne d'Arc (Dakar) Dakar
1974 ASC Jeanne d'Arc (Dakar) 2-1 ASFA Dakar Dakar
1975 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) 2-0 AS Police (Dakar) Dakar
1976 AS Police (Dakar) 3-1 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) Dakar
1977 Saltigues Rufisque 1-0 Dial Diop
1978 AS Police (Dakar) 3-0 US Gorée Dakar
1979 Casa Sport FC (Ziguinchor) 2-0 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) Dakar
1980 ASC Jeanne d'Arc (Dakar) 1-1
1-0
Casa Sport FC (Ziguinchor)
1981 AS Police (Dakar) 3-1 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) Dakar
1982 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) 2-1 AS Police (Dakar) Dakar
1983 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) 1-0 AS Police (Dakar) Dakar
1984 ASC Jeanne d'Arc (Dakar) 1-0 (aet) ASC Linguère (Saint-Louis)
1985 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) 1-0 ASEC Ndiambour (Louga)
1986 AS Douanes (Dakar) 1-0 ASC Jeanne d'Arc (Dakar) Dakar
1987 ASC Jeanne d'Arc (Dakar) 1-0 SEIB (Diourbel)
1988 ASC Linguère (Saint-Louis) 1-0 Saltigues Rufisque
1989 US Ouakam (Dakar) 1-0 ASFA Dakar Dakar
1990 ASC Linguère (Saint-Louis) 1-0 ASC Port Autonome (Dakar)
1991 ASC Diaraf(Dakar) 2-1 ASC Jeanne d'Arc (Dakar) Dakar
1992 US Gorée 2-1 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) Dakar
1993 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) 2-0 ASC Linguère (Saint-Louis)
1994 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) 1-0 CSS Richard-Toll
1995 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) 2-0 AS Douanes Dakar
1996 US Gorée 1-0 ASEC Ndiambour (Louga)
1997 AS Douanes (Dakar) 3-1 ASC Linguère (Saint-Louis)
1998 ASC Yeggo (Dakar) 1-0 US Gorée
1999 ASEC Ndiambour (Louga) 1-1 aet
(3-0 pen)
SONACOS (Diourbel)
2000 Port Autonome (Dakar) 4-0 ASC Saloum (Kaolack)
2001 SONACOS (Diourbel) 1-0 (aet) US Gorée
2002 AS Douanes (Dakar) 1-1 aet
(4-1 pen)
SONACOS (Diourbel)
2003 AS Douanes (Dakar) 1-0 ASC Thiès
2004 AS Douanes (Dakar) 2-1 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) Dakar
2005 AS Douanes (Dakar) 1-0 Dakar UC Dakar
2006 US Ouakam (Dakar) 1-0 ASC Médiour (Rufisque)
2007 ASC Linguère (Saint-Louis) 1-0 (aet) AS Douanes (Dakar)
2008 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) 1-0 Stade Mbour
2009 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) 1-0 AS Cambérène
2010 Toure Kunda (Mbour) 0-0
(5-4 pen)
US Gorée
2011 Casa-Sports FC (Ziguinchor) 1-0 Toure Kunda (Mbour)
2012 ASC HLM (Dakar) 0-0
(4-3 pen)
Renaissance (Dakar) Dakar
2013 ASC Diaraf (Dakar) 1-1
(2-1 pen)
Casa-Sports FC (Ziguinchor)
2014 AS Pikine (Pikine) 2-1 (aet) Olympique de Ngor
2015 Génération Foot 4-3 (aet) Casa-Sports FC (Ziguinchor) Dakar
2016 ASC Niarry-Tally (Grand-Dakar) 3-0 Casa-Sports FC (Ziguinchor)
2017 Mbour Petite-Côte FC (Mbour) 1-0 Stade de Mbour (Mbour) Dakar

Performance By Club[edit]

Club Winners Winning Years
ASC Diaraf 15 1967, 1968, 1970, 1973, 1975, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2008, 2009, 2013
ASC Jeanne d'Arc 10 1962, 1969, 1973, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003
AS Douanes 6 1986, 1997, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
US Gorée 4 1965, 1972, 1992, 1996
ASC Linguère 4 1971, 1988, 1990, 2007
AS Police 3 1976, 1978, 1981
Mbour Petite-Côte FC[a] 2 2010, 2017
Casa Sport 2 1979, 2011
US Ouakam 2 1964, 1989
Espoir de Saint-Louis[2] 1 1961
Génération Foot 1 2015
ASC HLM 1 2012
ASEC Ndiambour 1 1999
ASC Niarry-Tally 1 2016
AS Pikine 1 2014
ASC Port Autonome 1 2000
US Rail 1 1963
Saltigues Rufisque 1 1977
AS Saint-Louisienne[2] 1 1966
SONACOS 1 2001
ASC Yeggo 1 1998

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Formerly known as Toure Kunda Footpro

References[edit]

  1. ^ Senegal - List of Cup Winners, RSSSF.com
  2. ^ a b Now part of ASC Linguère