1979/80 Deportivo Galicia (Venezuela) 3-1 2-2 Jong Colombia (Curaçao) 1980/81 Atlético Zamora (Venezuela) 4-2 1-1 Jong Holland (Curaçao) 1981/82 Deportivo Galicia (Venezuela) 2-2 Jong Holland (Curaçao) [3-2 pen] 1982/83 Deportivo Táchira (Venezuela) 1-0 2-0 Undeba (Curaçao) 1983/84 Atlético Zamora (Venezuela) 1-1 1-0 SUBT (Curaçao) 1984/85 discontinued
[Nov 28, 1979, Sentro Deportivo Korsou, Brievengat] Jong Colombia 1-3 Deportivo Galicia [Dec 5, 1979, Caracas] Deportivo Galicia 2-2 Jong Colombia
[May 24, 1981, Barinas] Atlético Zamora 4-2 Jong Holland [half-time 3-0] [Jun 7, 1981] Jong Holland 1-1 Atlético Zamora [Norwin Goeloe 82; Juan Domingo López 88]
NB: Deportivo Galicia refused to host Jong Holland, so it was decided to play for the trophy over a single match in Curaçao. [Apr 28, 1982, Sentro Deportivo Korsou, Brievengat; att: 1349] Jong Holland 2-2 Deportivo Galicia [no extra time; 2-3 pen] [Deportivo Galicia refused to play extra time (as arranged before in case of a tie) in protest to the refereeing; one of their players had been sent off]
NB: played over two matches in one weekend in Venezuela. [Sep 17, 1983, San Cristóbal] Deportivo Táchira 1-0 Undeba [Sep 18, 1983, San Cristóbal] Deportivo Táchira 2-0 Undeba
[May 19, 1984] SUBT 1-1 Atlético Zamora [Rudolph Sambo 9; Marco Antonio 53] [May 26, 1984, Barinas] Atlético Zamora 1-0 SUBT
Jong Holland qualified by winning the regular season 1984 in Curaçao but as the cup competition in Venezuela was no longer played, the tournament was discontinued.
Sources: Amigoe (Curaçao newspaper), Últimas Noticias, El Universal and El Nacional (Venezuelan newspapers)
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