Mexico - List of Cup Winners


The Amateur Cup Champions 1907-08 to 1942-43

The first Cup was organized in 1908 in Mexico City and called "Copa Tower" because the original trophy was donated by the English ambassador in Mexico Mr. Reginald Tower who arrived to the country in 1907. It included mainly clubs from the Mexico City area.

Copa Tower

1907-08  Pachuca        4-0 Reforma
1908-09  Reforma        3-2 Mexico F.C.
1909-10  Reforma        3-1 Asturias
1910-11  British Club   2-1 España
1911-12  Pachuca        4-0 Reforma
1912-13    not held
1913-14  Mexico F.C.    3-0 Asturias
1914-15  España         4-2 Asturias            
1915-16  Rovers         3-1 España
1916-17  España         5-1 Mexico F.C.
1917-18  España         3-1 Pachuca
1918-19  España         3-0 Asturias

In 1919 España won the first trophy outright and a second was instated by the "Primera Fuerza" League that included only clubs from the Mexico City area and was named "Copa Eliminatoria".

Copa Eliminatoria

1919-20    not held
1920-21  Mexico F.C.    4-2 Pachuca
1921-22  Asturias       4-1 España         
1922-23  Asturias       3-0 España         
1923-24  Asturias       5-3 Reforma
1924-25  Necaxa         3-2 Asturias
1925-26  Necaxa         4-2 España         
1926-32    not held

In 1932 a third trophy was donated by recently founded F.M.F. (Federación Mexicana de Fútbol) and was named Copa México, it included only clubs from the "Primera Fuerza".

Copa México

1932-33  Necaxa         3-1 Germania
1933-34  Asturias       4-1 América
1934-35    not held
1935-36  Necaxa         2-1 Asturias
1936-37  Asturias       5-3 América  
1937-38  América        3-1 España         
1938-39  Asturias       4-3 España         
1939-40  Asturias       1-0 Necaxa
1940-41  Asturias       4-2 Necaxa
1941-42  Atlante        3-0 Asturias

The Amateur Cup Champions (1907-08 to 1941-42)

NB: 26 editions; lost finals between square brackets; split between Copa Tower (11),
                  Copa Eliminatario (6) and Copa México (9) following club name

 8 [ 7] C.F. Asturias       [T: 0/4, E: 3/1, M: 5/2]

 4 [ 7] Real Club España    [T: 4/2, E: 0/3, M: 0/2]
 4 [ 2] Necaxa              [        E: 2/0, M: 2/2]

 2 [ 3] Reforma A.C.        [T: 2/2, E: 0/1        ]
 2 [ 2] Mexico F.C.         [T: 1/2, E: 1/0        ]
 2 [ 2] Pachuca A.C.        [T: 2/1, E: 0/1        ]

 1 [ 2] América             [                M: 1/2]
 1      Atlante             [                M: 1/0]
 1      British Club        [T: 1/0                ]
 1      Rovers              [T: 1/0                ]
   
   [ 1] F.V. Germania       [                M: 0/1]


Professional Cup Champions

Beginning in 1943 the "Liga Mayor" was formed with 6 clubs from the Mexico City "Primera Fuerza" League, two clubs from the "Liga de Occidente" (Western League) and two more from the "Liga Veracruzana." Since then the Cup has been contested by the members of the "Liga Mayor" and by the First Division, after 1950, when the Second Division was formed, except for six years in which Second Division clubs have participated (1956-57, 1963-64, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97 and 2012-13).

SEASON   CHAMPION           RUNNER-UP          SCORE                           CHAMPION MANAGER

1942-43  Moctezuma          Atlante            5-3 aet                         Eduardo Morilla (Esp)
1943-44  España             Atlante            6-2                             Rodolfo Muñoz "Busch"(CR)
1944-45  Puebla             América            6-4                             Eduardo Morilla(Esp)
1945-46  Atlas              Atlante            5-4 aet                         Eduardo Valdatti(Arg)
1946-47  Moctezuma          Oro                4-3                             Julio Kaiser(Arg)
1947-48  Veracruz           Guadalajara        3-1                             Joaquin "Chavo" Urquiaga
1948-49  León               Atlante            3-0                             Jose Maria Casullo(Arg)
1949-50  Atlas              Veracruz           3-1                             Eduardo Valdatti(Arg)
1950-51  Atlante            Guadalajara        1-0                             Octavio "Pulga" Vial
1951-52  Atlante            Guadalajara        Final Group                     Gregorio Blasco(Esp)
1952-53  Puebla             León               4-1                             Isidro Langara(Esp)
1953-54  América            Guadalajara        1-1 aet (3-2 on pks)            Octavio "Pulga" Vial
1954-55  América            Guadalajara        1-0                             Octavio "Pulga" Vial
1955-56  Toluca             Irapuato           2-1                             Fernando Marcos
1956-57  Zacatepec          León               2-1                             Ignacio Trellez
1957-58  León               Zacatepec          5-2 aet                         Antonio Lopez Herranz(Esp)
1958-59  Zacatepec          León               2-1                             Ignacio Trellez
1959-60  Necaxa             Tampico            4-1                             Donald Ross(Uru)
1960-61  Tampico            Toluca             1-0                             Nicolas Palma
1961-62  Atlas              Tampico            3-3 aet (1-0 Replay)            Jose Carlos Bauer(Arg)
1962-63  Guadalajara        Atlante            2-1                             Javier de la Torre
1963-64  América            Monterrey          1-1 aet (5-4 on pks)            Alejandro Scopelli(Arg)
1964-65  América            Morelia            4-0                             Alejandro Scopelli(Arg)
1965-66  Necaxa             León               3-3 aet (1-0 Replay)            Miguel Marin
1966-67  León               Guadalajara        2-1                             Luis Grill(Arg)
1967-68  Atlas              Veracruz           2-1                             Javier Novello(Arg)
1968-69  Cruz Azul          Monterrey          2-1 aet                         Raul Cardenas
1969-70  Guadalajara        Torreon            3-2 2-1 5-3 agg                 Javier de la Torre
1970-71  León               Zacatepec          0-0 aet (10-p on pks)           Antonio Carbajal
1971-72  León               Puebla             Final Group                     Antonio Carbajal
1972-73  No cup held
1973-74  América            Cruz Azul          2-1 1-1 3-2 agg                 Jose Antonio Roca
1974-75  U.N.A.M.           U. de Guadalajara  Final Group                     Arpad Fekete(Hun)
1975-76  U.A.N.L.           América            2-0 1-2 3-2 agg                 Claudio Lostanau(Per)
1976-87  No cup held
1987-88  Puebla             Cruz Azul          0-0 1-1 1-1 agg (on away goal)  Hugo Fernandez(Uru)
1988-89  Toluca             U. de Guadalajara *2-1 1-1 3-2 agg (*aet)          Hector Sanabria
1989-90  Puebla             U.A.N.L.           4-1 0-2 4-3 agg                 Manuel Lapuente
1990-91  U. de Guadalajara  América            1-0 0-0 1-0 agg                 Alberto Guerra
1991-92  Monterrey          Cd. Juarez         4-2                             Miguel Mejia Baron
1992-94    not held
1994-95  Necaxa             Veracruz           2-0                             Manuel Lapuente
1995-96  U.A.N.L.           Atlas              1-1 1-0 2-1 agg                 Victor Manuel Vucetich
1996-97  Cruz Azul          Toros Neza         2-0                             Victor Manuel Vucetich
1997-12    not held
2012-13  Dorados            Correcaminos U.A.T.2-2 (3-2 on pks)                Francisco Ramírez
2012-13  Cruz Azul          Atlante            0-0 (4-2 on pks)                Guillermo Vázquez
2013-14  Morelia            Atlas              3-3 (3-1 on pks)                Carlos Bustos (Arg)
2013-14  Tigres             Alebrijes          3-0                             Ricardo Ferreti (Bra)
2014-15  Santos             Puebla             2-2 (4-2 on pks)
2014-15  

The Professional Cup Champions and Runners Up (since 1942-43)

CLUB              Won  R-Up

León               5    4
América            5    3
Atlas              4    2
Puebla             4    2
Cruz Azul          3    2
U.A.N.L.           3    1 (includes Tigres)
Necaxa             3    0
Atlante            2    6
Guadalajara        2    6
Zacatepec          2    2
Toluca             2    1
Moctezuma          2    0
Veracruz           1    3
Monterrey          1    2
Tampico            1    2
U. de Guadalajara  1    2
Morelia            1    1
Dorados            1    0
Real Club España   1    0
Santos             1    0
U.N.A.M.           1    0
Alebrijes          0    1
Cd. Juarez         0    1
Correcaminos U.A.T.0    1
Irapuato           0    1
Oro                0    1
Toros Neza         0    1
Torreon            0    1

Managers with more than one win

Octavio "Pulga" Vial     3

Antonio Carbajal         2
Manuel Lapuente          2
Eduardo Morilla (Esp)    2
Alejandro Scopelli(Arg)  2
Javier de la Torre       2
Ignacio Trellez          2
Eduardo Valdatti(Arg)    2
Victor Manuel Vucetich   2

The Cup Champions 1908 to 2014-15 (Amateur and Professional)

Asturias              8
Necaxa                7
América               6
Real Club España      5
León                  5
Atlas                 4
Puebla                4
Atlante               3
Cruz Azul             3
U.A.N.L.              3 (includes Tigres)
Guadalajara           2
Mexico F.C.           2
Moctezuma             2
Pachuca               2
Reforma Club          2
Toluca                2
Zacatepec             2
British Club          1
Dorados               1
Monterrey             1
Morelia               1
Rovers                1
Santos                1
Tampico               1
Tigres                1
U. de Guadalajara     1
U.N.A.M.              1
Veracruz              1

All-Time Table Mexican Cup


Notes


U.N.A.M. = Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
U.A.N.L. = Universidad Autonoma de Nueva León



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