|Number of teams||15|
|Qualifier for||UEFA Europa Conference League|
|Current champions||B36 Tórshavn|
|Most successful club(s)||Havnar Bóltfelag|
|2022 Faroe Islands Cup|
The HB–TB decadeEdit
1970 was the only time a final was not played, as the Faroe Islands Sports Association (ÍSF) choose to annul the competition after KÍ, and later VB, refused to play against HB in Tórshavn. HB continued to enjoy success, but TB won the competition just once after the first decade, in 1977.
In 1979 the Faroe Islands Football Association was founded and took over the organization of the competition, opening the cup to teams from every division.
The construction of the national stadium Tórsvøllur saw the majority of the finals being played there since 2000.
HB drought and the Víkingur−EB/Streymur rivalryEdit
Frequent winners HB went through what was then their longest period without a cup title, not winning for five years, between 1999 and 2003. This ended in the club's centenary year, when they defeated NSÍ in the final. But the club entered in a longer drought, which ended in 2019, where they defeated Víkingur in the final.
The clubs in italics no longer exist.
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- Denis Polsinelli. "Faroe Islands - List of Cup Finals". RSSSF.
- "KÍ dá fim à hegemonia do Víkingur na Copa das Ilhas Faroe" (in Portuguese). Faroe Football. 28 August 2016. Retrieved 16 February 2019.