Coupe du Congo (DR Congo)

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Coupe du Congo
Founded1961
RegionDemocratic Republic of the Congo DR Congo
Current championsDC Motema Pembe (2021)
Most successful club(s)DC Motema Pembe
(14 titles)
2021 Coupe du Congo

The Coupe du Congo is a football tournament in the DR Congo. It is the top Congolese knockout tournament. The tournament was first played in in 1961. It has been played every year since then except for 1962, 1962 and 2020. As of 2021, nineteen different teams have won the tournament. DC Motema Pembe has won it the most times. They have won it fourteen times.

Winners[1][change | change source]

  • 1961: FC Saint Eloi Lupopo (Lubumbashi) 5–1 AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1962–63: Not Played
  • 1964: CS Imana (Kinshasa) 3–1 FC Saint-Éloi Lupopo (Lubumbashi)
  • 1965: AS Dragons (Kinshasa)
  • 1966: TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi)
  • 1967: TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi)
  • 1968: FC Saint Eloi Lupopo (Lubumbashi)
  • 1971: AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1972: AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1973: AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1974: CS Imana (Kinshasa)
  • 1975:: AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1976: TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi)
  • 1977: AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1978: CS Imana (Kinshasa)
  • 1979: TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi)
  • 1980: Lubumbashi Sport
  • 1981: AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1982: AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1983: AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1984: CS Imana (Kinshasa) 1–2 1–0 AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1985: DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa)
  • 1986: AS Kalamu (Kinshasa)
  • 1987: AS Kalamu (Kinshasa)
  • 1988: AS Kalamu (Kinshasa)
  • 1989: AS Kalamu (Kinshasa)
  • 1990: DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa)
  • 1991: DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa)
  • 1992: US Bilombe
  • 1993: DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa)
  • 1994: DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa) 2–0 AS Bantous (Mbuji-Mayi)
  • 1995: AC Sodigraf (Kinshasa) 4–0 OC Mbongo Sport (Mbuji-Mayi)
  • 1996: AS Dragons (Kinshasa)
  • 1997: AS Dragons (Kinshasa) 2–1 AS Vita Club (Kinshasa)
  • 1998: AS Dragons (Kinshasa) 1–0 AS Sucrière (Kwilu Ngongo)
  • 1999: AS Dragons (Kinshasa) 3–2 (a.p.) AS Paulino (Kinshasa)
  • 2000: TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi) 2–0 AS Saint-Luc (Kananga)
  • 2001: AS Vita Club (Kinshasa) 3–0 AS Veti Club (Matadi)
  • 2002: US Kenya (Lubumbashi) 2–1 SM Sanga Balende (Mbuji-Mayi)
  • 2003: DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa) 2–0 TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi)
  • 2004: SC Cilu (Lukala) 1–0 AS Saint-Luc (Kananga)
  • 2005: AS Vita Kabasha 1–1 (4–2 pen) SC Cilu (Lukala)
  • 2006: DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa) 4–1 AS Dragons (Kinshasa)
  • 2007: AS Maniema Union (Kindu) 2–1 FC Saint-Éloi Lupopo (Lubumbashi)
  • 2008: OC Bukavu Dawa (Bukavu) 2–0 DC Virunga (Goma)
  • 2009: DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa) 0–0 (5–4 pen) AS Dragons (Kinshasa)
  • 2010: DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa) 3–0 AS Ndoki a Ndombe (Boma)
  • 2011: US Tshinkunku (Kananga) 1–1 (4–3 pen) AS Veti Club (Matadi)
  • 2012: CS Don Bosco (Lubumbashi) 4–0 AS Veti Club (Matadi)
  • 2013: FC MK Etanchéité (Kinshasa) 1–0 AS Vutuka (Kikwit)
  • 2014: FC MK Etanchéité (Kinshasa) 1–0 FC Saint-Éloi Lupopo (Lubumbashi)
  • 2015: FC Saint-Éloi Lupopo (Lubumbashi) 1–0 Katumbi FA (Lubumbashi)
  • 2016: FC Renaissance (Kinshasa) 2-0 CS Don Bosco (Lubumbashi)
  • 2017: AS Maniema Union (Kindu) 1–1 (4–1 pen) FC Saint-Éloi Lupopo (Lubumbashi)
  • 2018: AS Nyuki (Butembo) 2–1 JS Kinshasa (Kinshasa)
  • 2019: AS Maniema Union (Kindu) 1–1 (5–4 pen) FC Renaissance (Kinshasa)
  • 2020: Abandoned
  • 2021: DC Motema PembeKinshasa) 1–0 SM Sanga Balende (Mbuji-Mayi)

Total[change | change source]

Club Titles
DC Motema Pembe (Kinshasa) (Includes CS Imana) 14
AS Vita Club (Kinshasa) 9
AS Dragons (Kinshasa) (Includes AS Bilima) 5
TP Mazembe (Lubumbashi) (Includes TP Englebert) 5
AS Kalamu (Kinshasa) 4
FC Saint-Éloi Lupopo (Lubumbashi) 3
AS Maniema Union (Kindu) 3
FC MK Etanchéité (Kinshasa) 2
FC Lubumbashi Sport 1
AC Sodigraf (Kinshasa) 1
AS Vita Kabasha (Goma) 1
US Kenya (Lubumbashi) 1
SC Cilu (Lukala) 1
US Bilombe (Bilombe) 1
OC Bukavu Dawa (Bukavu) 1
US Tshinkunku (Kananga) 1
CS Don Bosco (Lubumbashi) 1
FC Renaissance (Kinshasa) 1
AS Nyuki (Butembo) 1

References[change | change source]

  1. "Congo-Kinshasa (DR Congo; formerly Zaire) Cup Winners". RSSSF. Retrieved 1 October 2011.