Lebanese FA Cup

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Lebanese FA Cup
Founded 1937; 81 years ago (1937)
Country Lebanon Lebanon
Number of teams 178
Current champions Al-Ahed
(2017–18)
Most championships Al-Ansar (14)
Website lebanese-goal.com
2018–19 Lebanese FA Cup

The Lebanese FA Cup is the top knockout tournament in Lebanese football. The most successful team is Al-Ansar, winning 14 titles.

Finals

The winners are:[1]

Champions and Runners-up

The number of national championships that clubs in Lebanon have attained.

Club Champions Runners-up
Al-Ansar SC 14 3
Nejmeh SC 6 8
Al-Ahed SC 5 3
Al Nahda FC 4 1
Safa SC 3 8
Homenetmen Beirut 3 3
Tripoli SC (Olympic Beirut) 2 2
Helmi Sport 2 1
Al-Shabiba Mazraa 2 1
Shabab Al-Sahel FC 1 3
Al-Mabarrah SC 1 1
Tadamon SC 1 1
Al-Bourj FC 1 0
Salam Zgharta SC 1 0
Homenmen Beirut 0 4
RC Beirut 0 2
Abgramian 0 1
Harakat Al-Shabab 0 1
Hekmeh FC 0 1
Sikka Railways Beirut 0 1
Al-Tadamon Beirut 0 1

References

  1. ^ "Lebanon - List of Cup Winners". RSSSF. Retrieved 26 April 2012.
  2. ^ "El Ali stars in Ahed's Cup win". The AFC. 19 May 2011. Retrieved 19 May 2011.

External links

  • Lebanese Cup- Hailoosport.com (Arabic)
  • Lebanese Cup - Hailoosport.com
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