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Czech Cup
Founded 1993
Region Czech Republic
Tournament information
Current champions Mladá Boleslav
(2nd title)
Number of teams 135
Most successful club Sparta Prague
(6 titles)
Football current event Current
Website Official website

The Czech Cup officially known as the MOL Cup for sponsorship reasons, is the major men's football cup competition in the Czech Republic. It is organised by the Czech Football Association.

The Czech Cup was first held in 1961. The winner would then face the winner of the Slovak Cup in the Czechoslovak Cup final. This competition was discontinued in 1993, after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia into two independent states (Czech Republic and Slovakia).

The winner gains entry to the following season's UEFA Europa League.

Historical Names

  • 1993–2000 – Pohár Českomoravského fotbalového svazu (Pohár ČMFS)
  • 2000–2002 – Raab Karcher Cup
  • 2002–2009 – Pohár Českomoravského fotbalového svazu (Pohár ČMFS)
  • 2009–2012 – Ondráškovka Cup
  • 2012–2014 – Pohár České pošty
  • 2015–2018 – MOL Cup

External links

Football in Czech Republic
League competitions The ČMFS Cup competitions
Czech First League Czech Republic Czech Cup
Czech National Football League (U-21) (U-19) Czech Supercup
ČFL, MSFL (U-18) (U-17)
Czech Fourth Division (A, B, C, D, E) List of clubs
Prague Championship List of stadiums
List of leagues

Template:Czech Cup seasons

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