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The Estonian Cup (Estonian: Eesti Karikas) is the national knockout competition in Estonian football. In 2012, the competition was unofficially rebranded as Evald Tipner's Cup.[1] The winner will compete in UEFA Europa League qualification round.

Estonian Cup
Estonian Cup logo.png
Founded1938
RegionEstonia
Number of teamsvarious
Qualifier forUEFA Europa League
Current championsNarva Trans
(2nd title)
Most successful club(s)Levadia
(9 titles)
WebsiteJalgpall.ee
2019–20 Estonian Cup

FinalsEdit

Season Winner (Titles) Score Runner-up
1938 Sport (1) 1–1 (a.e.t.) TJK
2–1 (a.e.t.)
1939 TJK (1) 4–1 Kalev Tallinn
1992–93 Nikol (1) 0–0 (4–2 pen.) Norma
1993–94 Norma (1) 4–1 Narva Trans
1994–95 Flora (1) D 2–0 Lantana/Marlekor
1995–96 Tallinna Sadam (1) 2–0 Eesti Põlevkivi Jõhvi
1996–97 Tallinna Sadam (2) 3–2 Lantana
1997–98 Flora (2) D 3–2 Lantana
1998–99 Levadia Maardu (1)1 D 3–2 Viljandi Tulevik
1999–00 Levadia Maardu (2)1 D 2–0 Viljandi Tulevik
2000–01 Narva Trans (1) 1–0 (a.e.t.) Flora
2001–02 Levadia Tallinn (1)1 2–0 Levadia Maardu1
2002–03 TVMK (1) 2–2 (4–1 pen.) Flora
2003–04 Levadia (3) D 3–0 TVMK
2004–05 Levadia (4) 1–0 TVMK
2005–06 TVMK (2) 1–0 Flora
2006–07 Levadia (5) D 3–0 Narva Trans
2007–08 Flora (3) 3–1 Maag Tammeka
2008–09 Flora (4) 0–0 (4–3 pen.) Nõmme Kalju
2009–10 Levadia (6) 3–0 Flora
2010–11 Flora (5) D 2–0 Narva Trans
2011–12 Levadia (7) 3–0 Narva Trans
2012–13 Flora (6) 3–1 Nõmme Kalju
2013–14 Levadia (8) D 4–0 Santos
2014–15 Nõmme Kalju (1) 2–0 Paide Linnameeskond
2015–16 Flora (7) 3–0 (a.e.t.) Sillamäe Kalev
2016–17 FCI Tallinn (1) 2–0 Tartu Tammeka
2017–18 Levadia (9) 1–0 Flora
2018–19 Narva Trans (2) 2–1 (a.e.t.) Nõmme Kalju
1Levadia were founded as FC Levadia Maardu. Until 2004 FC Levadia Tallinn were separate team owned by the steel company Levadia. In 2004 the clubs were merged FC Levadia Maardu were moved to Tallinn and became FC Levadia Tallinn, former FC Levadia Tallinn become their reserves as FC Levadia II Tallinn.
D – Winning team were also Estonian Champions in the same calendar year, winning The Double.

Performance by clubEdit

Unofficial finalsEdit

The competition was not officially competed for between 1940 and 1991 due to World War II and to the annexation of Estonia by the Soviet Union.

Season Winner Runner-up Score
1940 TJK Esta Tallinn 4–1
1942 Sport Tallinn Kalev Pärnu 3–0
1943 PSR Tartu Kalev Tallinn 1–0

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Paide, Trans, Levadia ja Flora jätkavad võitlust Evald Tipneri karikale" (26 April 2012). Estonian Football Association. Retrieved 26 April 2012.

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