Tahiti Cup

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Tahiti Cup
Founded 1938
Country  Tahiti
Confederation OFC
Number of teams Various
International cup(s) France Coupe de France
Current champions AS Dragon
(6th title)
Most championships AS Central Sport
(18 titles)
Website www.ftf.pf
2018–19 Tahiti Cup

The Tahiti Cup (also known as Coupe de Polynésie or Coupe de Tahiti Nui) is the premier football knockout tournament in French Polynesia. It was created in 1938, and gives the winner of the tournament a berth in the Coupe de France.[1]

Between the years 2001 and 2006 two cup competitions were held in parallel.

List of Winners Coupe de Polynésie / Coupe de Tahiti Nui

List of Winners Coupe de Tahiti


Performances by club

Club Winners
Coupe de Polynésie
Coupe de Tahiti
AS Central Sport 18
AS Pirae 9
AS Fei Pi 8
AS Tefana 7 2
AS Vénus 6 1
AS Dragon 6
AS Jeunes Tahitienes 5
AS Excelsior 4
AS Manu-Ura 2 1
AS Tamarii Punaruu 2
AS Temanava 1
AS Vaiete 1
A.S. Arue 1
Marine 1

See also


  1. ^ Tahiti: A first-hand account of football on the island Archived 2013-12-27 at the Wayback Machine

External links

  • Tahiti – List of Cup Winners, RSSSF.com
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