Surinamese Cup

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Surinamese Cup
Founded 1992
Region Suriname
Number of teams 35
Current champions SV Robinhood (6 title)
Most successful club(s) Robinhood
(6 titles)

The 'Surinamese Cup (Dutch: Beker van Suriname) is a competition organized by the Suriname Surinaamse Voetbal Bond (SVB) since 1992. It was based on the size of the KNVB Cup The tournament consists of all teams from the top two layers of the Surinamese Football League Eerste Divisie and District Divisions.

History[edit]

The tournament began in the 1992 season. The first champion was the PVV. In 2007, the SV Robinhood won for the fifth time, becoming the largest tournament champion

Past finals[edit]

Season Winner Scorers Result Runner-up Scorers Venue Attendance
1992 PVV 3–2 (aet) SV SNL
1996 SV Transvaal 2–1 (aet) SV Voorwaarts
1997 SV Robinhood 1–0 (asdet) SV Transvaal
1999 SV Robinhood
2001 SV Robinhood
2002 SV Transvaal 0–0 (5-4 pens) SV Robinhood
2003 SV Leo Victor 3–2 SV Robinhood
2004 Super Red Eagles 2–1 WBC
2005 FCS Nacional 3–1 SV Robinhood
2006 SV Robinhood 1–1 (7-6 pens) Inter Moengotapoe
2007 SV Robinhood 1–1 (4-1 pens) WBC
2008 SV Transvaal 0–0 (won on penalties) SV Notch
2009 WBC Sandvliet Goal 4'
Aroepa Goal 32' Goal 74'
Sordjo Goal 39'
Zebeda Goal 45' (pen) Goal 68' (pen)
6–6 (5-3 pen) Inter Moengotapoe Pinas Goal 22' Goal 65'
Adensiba Goal 66' Goal 82' (pen) Goal 88'
Brunswijk Goal 72'
2010 SV Excelsior 2-0 SCVS Takdier Boys
2011 SV Notch 4-2 Walking Boyz Company
2012 Inter Moengotapoe 5-2[1] SV Excelsior
2013 WBC 1-1 (4-3 pens) SCVS Takdier Boys
2014 SV Leo Victor 4-2 SV Notch
2015 Nishan 42 Andrew Murray Goal 28' 1-0 Inter Moengotapoe André Kamperveen Stadion
2016 SV Robinhood 1-1 (4-3 pens) WBC Dr. Ir. Franklin Essed Stadion

Number of titles[edit]

Club # Wins Winning Years
1 SV Robinhood 6 1997, 1999, 2001, 2006, 2007, 2016
2 SV Transvaal 3 1996, 2002, 2008
3 WBC 2 2009, 2013
SV Leo Victor 2 2003, 2014
5 FCS Nacional 1 2005
Super Red Eagles 1 2004
PVV 1 1992
SV Excelsior 1 2010
SV Notch 1 2011
Inter Moengotapoe 1 2012
Nishan 42 1 2015

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