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FA Cup Malaysia

Malaysia FA Cup
Country  Malaysia
Confederation AFC (Asia)
Founded 1990
Number of teams 30 (2014)
Current champions Pahang FA
(2 titles)
Most championships Selangor FA
(5 titles)
TV partners Astro Arena
2014 Season

The FA Cup Malaysia (Piala FA Malaysia) is a national knock–out Football Association of Malaysia. The tournament was introduced during the Semi–Pro League era in 1990. The first winner of the competition is Perak FA who beat Selangor FA 4–2 in the final at the Merdeka Stadium, Kuala Lumpur.

The winners will qualify for the AFC Cup competition alongside the champions of Malaysia Super League.


Kedah supporters at the 2007 Malaysia FA Cup final
Year Champions Runners–up Scores
1990 Perak FA Selangor FA 3–2
1991 Selangor FA Perak FA 1–0
1992 Sarawak FA Kuala Lumpur FA 2–1
1993 Kuala Lumpur FA Sabah FA 2–1
1994 Kuala Lumpur FA Sabah FA 3–1
1995 Sabah FA Pahang FA 3–1
1996 Kedah FA Sarawak FA 1–0
1997 Selangor FA Penang FA 1–0
1998 Johor FA Sabah FA 1–0
1999 Kuala Lumpur FA Terengganu FA 0–0 (5–3 penalties)
2000 Terengganu FA Penang FA 1–1 (4–3 penalties)
2001 Selangor FA Sarawak FA 1–0
2002 Penang FA Perak FA 1–0
2003 Negeri Sembilan FA Perlis FA 2–1
2004 Perak FA Terengganu FA 3–0
2005 Selangor FA Perak FA 4–2
2006 Pahang FA Perlis FA 0–0 (4–2 penalties)
2007 Kedah FA Perlis FA 0–0 (4–2 penalties)
2008 Kedah FA Selangor FA 3–2
2009 Selangor FA Kelantan FA 1–1 (4–1 penalties)
2010 Negeri Sembilan FA Kedah FA 1–1 (5–4 penalties)
2011 Terengganu FA Kelantan FA 2–1
2012 Kelantan FA Sime Darby FC 1–0
2013 Kelantan FA Johor Darul Takzim F.C. 1–0
2014 Pahang FA FELDA United F.C. 2–1

Best performing teams

# Club Wins Runner–ups
1 Selangor FA 5 2
2 Kuala Lumpur FA 3 1
2 Kedah FA 3 1
4 Perak FA 2 3
5 Kelantan FA 2 2
5 Terengganu FA 2 2
7 Pahang FA 2 1
8 Negeri Sembilan FA 2
9 Sabah FA 1 3
10 Sarawak FA 1 2
10 Penang FA 1 2
12 Johor FA 1
13 Perlis FA 3
14 Sime Darby FC 1
14 Johor Darul Takzim FC 1
14 FELDA United F.C. 1

See also


  • Fujioka, Atsushi; Garin, Erik; Jönsson, Mikael; Schöggl, Hans (18 September 2014). "Malaysia – List of Cup Winners". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 31 October 2014. 

External links

  • Malaysia FA Cup (Malay)
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