Magyar Kupa (men's basketball)

The Tibor Zsíros Magyar Kupa is the annual basketball cup competition held in Hungary since 1951. Budapest Honved has won the most titles with 17. The Cup is named after the retired Hungarian player Tibor Zsíros. Each year, a knock-out tournament consisting of 8 teams is played to determine the winner of the Magyar Kupa.

Tibor Zsíros Magyar Kupa
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2017 Magyar Kupa (men's basketball)
Magyar Kupa Basketball logo.png
SportBasketball
Founded1951
No. of teams8
Country Hungary
Most recent
champion(s)
Falco
(1st title)
Most titlesBudapest Honved
(17 titles)
TV partner(s)M4 Sport
Related
competitions
Nemzeti Bajnokság I/A
Official websitezsirostibor.kosarsport.hu

FinalsEdit

Knock-out format (1951–2014)Edit

Season Winner Runner-up Score
1951 Vasas MÁVAG Bp. Haladás 41–39
1952 Vasas MÁVAG Bp. Haladás 56–49
1953 Honvéd Vasas MÁVAG 63–59
1954 Honvéd Bp. Haladás 65–53
1955 Honvéd Műszaki Egyetem Haladás 74–65
1961–62 Honvéd MAFC 54–51
1962–63 Honvéd MAFC
1964 Honvéd MAFC
1965 MAFC Honvéd 74–54
1966 Honvéd MAFC 72–67
1967 Honvéd MAFC 77–69
1968 Honvéd MAFC 106–75
1969 Soproni MAFC MAFC 85–70
1970 MAFC Honvéd 85–77
1971 Csepel MAFC 61–57
1972 MAFC Honvéd
1973 Honvéd MAFC
1974 Csepel BSE
1975 Ganz-MÁVAG VSE Csepel 12p
1976 Csepel Honvéd
1977 Honvéd Ganz-MÁVAG VSE
1978 Honvéd MAFC 95–84
1979 MAFC Bp. Vasas Izzó 100–89
1980–81 MAFC Ganz-MÁVAG VSE 82–72
1981–82 Honvéd MAFC
1982–83 Honvéd MAFC 82–80
1983–84 Csepel Zalaegerszegi TE 85–77
1984–85 Csepel Honvéd 92–85
1985–86 Honvéd Bajai SK 76–75
1986–87 Bajai SK Tungsram SC 67–62
1987–88 Zalaegerszegi TE Oroszlányi Bányász 80–78
1988–89 Honvéd Oroszlányi Bányász 83–75
1989–90 Körmendi Dózsa MTE Honvéd 63–62
1990–91 Honvéd Atomerőmű SE 96–69
1991–92 Zalaegerszegi TE-Heraklith Honvéd 84–75
1992–93 Körmend-Hunor KC Szolnoki Olajbányász 80–68
1993–94 Körmend KC Szolnoki Olajbányász 68–67
1994–95 Marc-Körmend KC Szolnoki Olaj KK 95–90
1995–96 Zalaegerszegi TE-Goldsun Honvéd 68–67
1996–97 Marc-Körmend KC Honvéd 82–72
1997–98 BC Marc-Körmend Falco-Lépték KC 81–69
1998–99 Albacomp-SZÜV BC Marc-Körmend 92–87
1999–00 Albacomp-UPC Matáv SE Pécs 74–56
2000–01 Atomerőmű SE KlímaVill-Purina-Kaposvári KK 94–82
2001–02 Mol Szolnok KK Atomerőmű SE 91–82
2002–03 Atomerőmű SE Debreceni Vadkakasok 91–68
2003–04 Kaposvári KK Albacomp 83–81
2004–05 Atomerőmű SE Albacomp 80–71
2005–06 Univer KSE Atomerőmű SE 82–79
2006–07 Szolnoki Olaj KK Lami-Véd Körmend KC 80–67
2007–08 Atomerőmű SE Falco-Szova KC-Szombathely 107–96
2008–09 Pécsi VSK-Pannonpower Falco KC-Szombathely 98–87
2009–10 Zalakerámia-Zalaegerszegi TE Falco KC-Szombathely 91–74
2010–11 Szolnoki Olaj KK Albacomp 79–71
2011–12 Szolnoki Olaj KK Atomerőmű SE 85–75
2012–13 Alba Fehérvár Szolnoki Olaj KK 74–54

Final Eight format (2014–present)Edit

Since 2014, a knock-out tournament consisting of 8 teams is held each year. Teams qualify based on their position in the NB I/A season. The cup has been named after famous Hungarian basketball player, coach and referee, Tibor Zsíros.

Year Champions Score Runners-up Bronze medal Fourth place Venue
2014 Szolnoki Olaj 70–68 Sopron KC KTE Atomerőmű SE Lauber Sports Hall, Pécs
2015 Szolnoki Olaj 67–49 KTE Atomerőmű SE Sopron KC Tüskecsarnok, Budapest
2016 Körmend 68–55 Szolnoki Olaj Sopron KC PVSK Panthers SYMA Sports and Conference Center, Budapest
2017 Alba Fehérvár 59–58 Szolnoki Olaj Szedeák Körmend Audi Aréna, Győr
2018 Szolnoki Olaj 82–67 Falco Atomerőmű SE Alba Fehérvár Főnix Hall, Debrecen
2019 Szolnoki Olaj 92–83 Falco DEAC JKSE Audi Aréna, Győr
2020 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
2021 Falco 67–64 DEAC Szolnoki Olaj Körmend Ludovika Aréna, Budapest
2022 Szolnoki Olaj 100–72 Szedeák Kecskeméti TE Alba Fehérvár Főnix Aréna, Debrecen

Final top scorers and Most Valuable PlayersEdit

Since 2017, a Most Valuable Player award is given to the best player on the Cup title winning team;

Year Top scorer MVP
Player Team Points Player Team
2015   Strahinja Milošević[1] Szolnoki Olaj 18
2016   Trey McKinney-Jones[2] Körmend 20
2017   Nikola Pavličević Szolnoki Olaj 15   Péter Lóránt Alba Fehérvár
2018   Dávid Vojvoda Szolnoki Olaj 21   Dávid Vojvoda Szolnoki Olaj
2019   Dávid Vojvoda Szolnoki Olaj 31   Szilárd Benke Szolnoki Olaj
2021   Zoltán Perl Falco 20   Zoltán Perl Falco

ReferencesEdit