The 2016 Belgian Cup Final, named Croky Cup after the sponsor, was the 61st Belgian Cup final and took place on 20 March 2016 between Club Brugge and Standard Liège. It was the first time the two teams met in the final since the 2006–07 Belgian Cup Final. Standard Liège won the match by 2 goals to 1, with the final goal coming two minutes from time.
|Event||2015–16 Belgian Cup|
|Date||20 March 2016|
|Venue||King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels|
Route to the finalEdit
|Standard Liège||Club Brugge|
|Coxyde (II)||3–2||3–2 away||Sixth round||Patro Eisden Maasmechelen (II)||4–0||4–0 away|
|Sint-Truiden||2–0||2–0 home||Seventh round||Lokeren||1–0||1–0 home|
|Kortrijk||2–0||2–0 home||Quarter-finals||Westerlo||2–0||2–0 away|
|Genk||3–1||2–0 home; 1–1 away||Semi-finals||Gent||2–2||1–2 away; 1–0 home|
|Club Brugge||1–2||Standard Liège|
|Refaelov 27'||Report||Dompé 17'
- Official website (in French and Dutch)