Macedonia - List of Cup Finals


as part of the Yugoslav federal republic
1984/85 Jugochrom Tetovo
1987/88 Rabotnicki Skopje
1988/89 Sileks Kratovo
1989/90 Sileks Kratovo
1990/91 Pelister Bitola
1991/92 Vardar Skopje
since independence
1992/93 Vardar Skopje           1-0 Pelister Bitola      
1993/94 Sileks Kratovo          1-1 Pelister Bitola         [aet, 4-2 on pen]
1994/95 Vardar Skopje           2-1 Sileks Kratovo       
1995/96 Sloga Jugomagnat Skopje 0-0 Vardar Skopje           [aet, 5-3 on pen]
1996/97 Sileks Kratovo          4-1 Sloga Jugomagnat Skopje     
1997/98 Vardar Skopje           2-0 Sloga Jugomagnat Skopje     
1998/99 Vardar Skopje           2-0 Sloga Jugomagnat Skopje
1999/00 Sloga Jugomagnat Skopje 6-0 Pobeda Prilep        
2000/01 Pelister Bitola         2-1 Sloga Jugomagnat Skopje
2001/02 Pobeda Prilep           3-1 Cementarnica Skopje  
2002/03 Cementarnica Skopje     4-4 Sloga Jugomagnat Skopje [aet, 3-2 pen]
2003/04 Sloga Jugomagnat Skopje 1-0 Napredok Kicevo
2004/05 Bashkimi Kumanovo       2-1 Madzari Solidarnost Skopje 
2005/06 Makedonija Skopje       3-2 Shkëndia 79 Tetovo
2006/07 Vardar Skopje           2-1 Pobeda Prilep
2007/08 Rabotnicki Skopje       2-0 Milano Kumanovo
2008/09 Rabotnicki Skopje       1-1 Makedonija Skopje       [aet, 7-6 pen]
2009/10 Teteks Tetovo           3-2 Rabotnicki Skopje
2010/11 Metalurg Skopje         2-0 Teteks Tetovo 
2011/12 Renova Cepciste         3-1 Rabotnicki Skopje
2012/13 Teteks Tetovo       abd 1-1 Shkëndia 79 Tetovo      [aet, 6-5 pen]

Number of Wins (21) [since independence; lost finals between square brackets]

 5 [ 1] Vardar Skopje

 3 [ 5] Sloga Jugomagnat Skopje

 2 [ 2] Rabotnicki Skopje 
 2 [ 1] Sileks Kratovo
 2 [ 1] Teteks Tetovo

 1 [ 2] Pelister Bitola
 1 [ 2] Pobeda Prilep
 1 [ 1] Cementarnica Skopje
 1 [ 1] Makedonija Skopje
 1      Bashkimi Kumanovo
 1      Metalurg Skopje    
 1      Renova Cepciste  

   [ 2] Shkëndia 79 Tetovo
   [ 1] Madzari Solidarnost Skopje 
   [ 1] Milano Kumanovo
   [ 1] Napredok Kicevo

NB: Vardar also won the Yugoslav Cup 1961.


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With thanks to Erlan Manaschev and Hans Schöggl

Source (for period until 1992): [Tra 02]

Prepared and maintained by Karel Stokkermans for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Author: Karel Stokkermans
Last updated: 27 Jun 2013

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