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Latvian Football Cup
Latvian Second League
Founded 1937
Region Latvia.png Latvia
Tournament information
Current champions FK Jelgava
(3rd title)
Number of teams 50
Most successful club Skonto FC
(8 titles)
Football current event Current
Website Official website

The Latvian Football Cup (Latvijas kauss) is the main "knockout" cup competition in Latvian football. It started in 1937 replacing the previous knockout tournament – Riga Football Cup.

The competition is a knockout (single elimination) tournament.

During the USSR years (1940–1991), it served as a qualification tournament for the Soviet Cup.

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