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The Arab Cup Winners' Cup (Arabic: الكأس العربية للأندية الفائزة بالكؤوس‎) was a football competition between the winning clubs of national cup competitions in Arab nations. It started in 1989 and merged with the Arab Club Champions Cup in 2002 to form the Prince Faysal bin Fahad Tournament for Arab Clubs.

Arab Cup Winners' Cup
Founded1989
Abolished2001
RegionArab world (UAFA)
Number of teams10
Last championsTunisia Stade Tunisien
(2nd title)
Most successful club(s)Morocco CO Casablanca
(3 titles)

Contents

FinalsEdit

Winners by teamEdit

# Club Winners Runners-up
1   CO Casablanca 3 0
2   MC Oran 2 0
-   Stade Tunisien 2 0
4   Al Ahly 1 0
-   Al-Hilal FC 1 0
-   Al-Ittihad SC (now Al-Gharafa SC) 1 0
-   Club Africain 1 0
-   OC Khouribga 1 0
9   Al-Jaish SC 0 2
-   Al-Shabab Club 0 2
11   Al-Faisaly Club 0 1
-   Al-Hilal Club 0 1
-   Al Nassr FC 0 1
-   Al-Qadisiyah FC 0 1
-   El Mokawloon SC 0 1
-   Étoile du Sahel 0 1
-   Kuwait SC 0 1
-   Sadd SC 0 1

Winners by countryEdit

# Nation Winners Runners-up Total
1   Morocco 4 0 4
2   Tunisia 3 1 4
3   Algeria 2 0 2
4   Saudi Arabia 1 4 5
5   Egypt 1 1 2
-   Qatar 1 1 2
7   Syria 0 2 2
8   Jordan 0 1 1
-   Kuwait 0 1 1
-   Sudan 0 1 1

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