Kazakhstan - List of Women Cup Winners

Year    Winners                            Runners-up
2006    Alma-KTZh (Almaty)                 Zherim KU (Kokshetau)              [group stage]
2007    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)           Shakhter Karaganda                 [group stage]
2008    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)           Zherim KU (Kokshetau)              [group stage]
2009    SShVSM (Almaty)                    Zherim KU (Kokshetau)              [group stage]
2010    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)           Zherim KU (Kokshetau)              [group stage]
2011    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)           SShVSM (Almaty)                    [group stage]
2012    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)       3-1 SShVSM (Almaty)
2013    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)       6-0 Zherim KU (Kokshetau)
2014    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)       6-0 Zherim KU (Kokshetau)
2015    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)       6-1 Kokshe (Kokshetau)  
2016    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)       4-1 Astana
2017    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)       6-0 SShVSM (Almaty)
2018    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)       1-0 Okzhetpes (Kokshetau)
2019    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)       7-0 SDYuSShOR 8 (Nur-Sultan)
2020      competition abandoned
2021    BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)       3-0 Okzhetpes (Kokshetau)

Number of Wins (15; runners-up finishes between square brackets)

11      BIIK-Kazygurt (Shymkent)

 3      Alma-KTZh (Almaty)
 
 1 [ 3] SShVSM (Almaty

   [ 9] Okzhetpes (Kokshetau) (includes Zherim KU and Kokshe)  
   [ 2] SDYuSShOR 8 (Nur-Sultan) (includes Astana) 
   [ 1] Shakhter (Karaganda)


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