Yugoslav Cup

The Yugoslav Cup, officially the Marshal Tito Cup, was one of two major football competitions in the former Yugoslavia, the other one being the Yugoslav League Championship. The Yugoslav Cup took place after the league championships when every competitive league in Yugoslavia had finished, in order to determine which teams are ranked as their corresponding seeds. The tournament remained intact even after the breakup of Yugoslavia with Montenegro and Serbia remaining in a union under the name Yugoslavia. The tournament continued until 2003 when FR Yugoslavia changed its name to Serbia and Montenegro; the cup followed suit and was renamed the Serbia and Montenegro Cup. The Marshal Tito Cup trophy was based on a design by Branko Šotra.

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Competition format

The competition format was an elimination championship where every competitive team was offered a chance to enter. Beginning in the lowest tiers of teams, the competition followed a one-game elimination format. Higher tier teams got berths in the second round, third round, and so on. The First League (Prva Liga) teams always began in the 1/16 finals, and the rest of the 16 berths being filled by lower tier teams who managed to make it to the round of 32.

Once the round of 16 was reached, the format would be changed to a two-game elimination format, being played at home and away for each team. At this point it became a First League ordeal, as the smaller teams had zero chance against the titans of Yugoslavian football. Historically, the finals were usually reached only by the better-performing First League teams (Partizan, Hajduk, Red Star, Dinamo, etc.).

Cup Finals of FR Yugoslavia

Season Winner Score Runner-up
2002 Red Star
1 - 0 FK Sartid
2001 Partizan
1 - 0 Red Star
2000 Red Star
4 - 0 Napredak Krusevac
1999 Red Star
4 - 2
Partizan
1998 Partizan
0 - 0, 2 - 0 FK Obilic
1997 Red Star
0 - 0, 1 - 0 Vojvodina Novi Sad
1996 Red Star
3 - 0, 3 - 1 Partizan
1995 Red Star
4 - 0, 0 - 0 FK Obilic
1994 Partizan
3 - 2, 6 - 1 Spartak Subotica
1993 Red Star
0 - 1, 1 - 0
(5-4 pens)
Partizan
1992 Partizan
1 - 0, 2 - 2 Red Star

Cup Finals of SFR Yugoslavia

Season Host city Winner Score Runner-up
1991 Belgrade Hajduk Split
1 - 0 Red Star
1990 Belgrade Red Star
1 - 0 Hajduk Split
1989 Belgrade FK Partizan
6 - 1 Velež Mostar
1988 Belgrade Borac Banja Luka
1 - 0 Red Star
1987 Belgrade Hajduk Split
1 - 1
(9 - 8 penalties)
NK Rijeka
1986 Belgrade Velež Mostar
3 - 1 Dinamo Zagreb
1985 Two-legged Red Star
2 - 1, 1 - 1 Dinamo Zagreb
1984 Two-legged Hajduk Split
2 - 1, 0 - 0 Red Star
1983 Belgrade Dinamo Zagreb
3 - 2 FK Sarajevo
1982 Two-legged Red Star
2 - 2, 4 - 2 Dinamo Zagreb
1981 Belgrade Velež Mostar
3 - 2 FK Željezničar
1980 Two-legged Dinamo Zagreb
1 - 0, 1 - 1 Red Star
1979 Two-legged NK Rijeka
2 - 1, 0 - 0 FK Partizan
1978 Belgrade NK Rijeka
1 - 0
(aet)
Trepča Titova Mitrovica
1977 Belgrade Hajduk Split
2 - 0
(aet)
Buducnost Titograd
1976 Belgrade Hajduk Split
1 - 0
(aet)
Dinamo Zagreb
1975 x x
not played x
1974 Belgrade Hajduk Split
1 - 0 Borac Banja Luka
1973 Two-legged Hajduk Split
1 - 1, 2 - 1 Red Star
1972 Belgrade Hajduk Split
2 - 1 Dinamo Zagreb
1971 Two-legged Red Star
4 - 0, 2 - 0 FK Sloboda Tuzla
1970 Two-legged Red Star
2 - 2, 1 - 0
(second match aet)
Olimpija Ljubljana
1969 Belgrade Dinamo Zagreb
3 - 3, 3 - 0
(1st match aet)
Hajduk Split
1968 Belgrade Red Star
7 - 0 FK Bor
1967 Split Hajduk Split
2 - 1 FK Sarajevo
1966 Belgrade OFK Beograd
6 - 2 Dinamo Zagreb
1965 Belgrade Dinamo Zagreb
2 - 1 Buducnost Titograd
1964 Belgrade Red Star
3 - 0 Dinamo Zagreb
1963 Belgrade Dinamo Zagreb
4 - 1 Hajduk Split
1962 Belgrade OFK Beograd
4 - 1 Spartak Subotica
1961 Belgrade Vardar Skopje
2 - 1 NK Varteks
1960 Belgrade Dinamo Zagreb
3 - 2 FK Partizan
1959 Belgrade Red Star
3 - 1 FK Partizan
1958 Belgrade Red Star
4 - 0 Velež Mostar
1957 Belgrade FK Partizan
5 - 3 Radnički Beograd
1956 x x
not played x
1955 Belgrade BSK Beograd
2 - 0 Hajduk Split
1954 Belgrade FK Partizan
4 - 1 Red Star
1953 Belgrade BSK Beograd
2 - 0 Hajduk
1952 Belgrade FK Partizan
6 - 0 Red Star
1951 Two-legged Dinamo Zagreb
2 - 0, 2 - 0 FK Vojvodina Novi Sad
1950 Two-legged Red Star
1 - 1, 3 - 0 Dinamo Zagreb
1949 Belgrade Red Star
3 - 2 Naša Krila Zemun
1948 Belgrade Red Star
3 - 0 FK Partizan
1947 Belgrade FK Partizan
2 - 0 Naša Krila Zemun

Performance by club

During FR Yugoslavia

  • Red Star - 7 time cup winners
    1993, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000,2002.
  • Partizan - 4 time cup winners
    1992, 1994, 1998, 2001.
  • FK Sartid - 1 time cup winner
    2002.

During SFR Yugoslavia

  • Red Star - 12 time cup winners
    1948, 1949, 1950, 1958, 1959, 1964, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1982, 1985, 1990
  • Hajduk Split - 9 time cup winners
    1967, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1984, 1987, 1991
  • Dinamo Zagreb - 7 time cup winners
    1951, 1960, 1963, 1965, 1969, 1980, 1983
  • Partizan - 5 time cup winners
    1947, 1952, 1954, 1957, 1989.
  • OFK Beograd - 4 time cup winners
    1953, 1955, 1962, 1966
  • Velež Mostar - 2 time cup winners
    1981, 1986
  • NK Rijeka - 2 time cup winners
    1978, 1979
  • FK Borac - 1 time cup winner
    1988
  • Vardar - 1 time cup winner
    1961

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