Estonia Cup Finals

Republic of Estonia
1938     Sport Tallinn             1-1 2-1 Tallinna Jalgpalli Klubi   
1939     Tallinna Jalgpalli Klubi      4-1 Kalev Tallinn              
1940     Tallinna Jalgpalli Klubi      4-1 Esta Tallinn               

during World War II
1941       not played
1942     Sport Tallinn                 3-0 Kalev Pärnu                
1943     Tartu PSR                     1-0 Kalev Tallinn              
1944       not played
1945       not played

Estonian SSR
1946     Dünamo Tallinn                3-1 Kalev Tallinn              
1947     Dünamo Tallinn                6-0 Kalev Pärnu                
1948     VVS Tallinn                   5-2 Kalev Tartu                
1949     Dünamo Tallinn               11-0 VVS Talllinn               
1950     Balti Laevastik Tallinn       2-0 Dünamo Tallinn             
1951     Balti Laevastik Tallinn       3-0 Dünamo Tallinn             
1952     Balti Laevastik Tallinn       2-0 Dünamo Tallinn             
1953     Dünamo Tallinn                4-0 Kalev Narva                
1954     VVS Tallinn                   2-1 Spartak Viljandi           
1955     Balti Laevastik Tallinn       2-0 Kalev Tallinn              
1956     Balti Laevastik Tallinn       4-0 Dünamo Tartu               
1957     Spartak Viljandi              4-1 Kalev Rakvere              
1958     Kalev Ülemiste                8-0 Kalev Narva                
1959     Kalev Ülemiste                2-0 Balti Laevastik Tallinn    
1960     Balti Laevastik Tallinn       2-1 Norma Tallinn              
1961     Kalev Ülemiste                3-0 Norma Tallinn              
1962     Norma Tallinn                 2-1 Tempo Tallinn              
1963     Kreenholm Narva               3-1 Norma Tallinn               
1964     Kalev Ülemiste                2-0 Kalev Aseri                
1965     Norma Tallinn                 3-2 Balti Laevastik Tallinn     
1966     Start Tallinn             1-1 3-2 Tekstiil Tallinn            
1967     Balti Laevastik Tallinn       1-0 Start Tallinn               
1968     Balti Laevastik Tallinn   0-0 1-0 Norma Tallinn               
1969     Dvigatel Tallinn              2-1 Tempo Tallinn              
1970     Start Tallinn                 4-0 Lokomotiiv Valga           
1971     Norma Tallinn                 2-1 Dvigatel Tallinn            [aet]
1972     Dünamo Kopli                  1-0 Balti Laevastik Tallinn    
1973     Norma Tallinn                 1-0 Baltika Narva               [aet]
1974     Norma Tallinn                 3-1 Kreenholm Narva            
1975     Baltika Narva                 3-2 Dünamo Kopli                [aet]
1976     Aseri SK                      2-0 Baltika Narva              
1977     Kalev Sillamäe                4-0 Norma Tallinn              
1978     Kalev Sillamäe                1-0 Sirgala karjäär             [aet]
1979     Dünamo Tallinn                1-0 Kalev Sillamäe             
1980     Baltika Narva                 0-0 Estonia Jõhvi               [aet, 8-7 pen]
1981     Kalakombinaat Pärnu           3-1 Baltika Narva              
1982     Kalakombinaat Pärnu           1-0 Ehitaja Kohtla-Järve       
1983     Dünamo Tallinn                3-0 Estonia Jõhvi              
1984     Tempo Tallinn                 0-0 Estonia Jõhvi               [aet, 4-2 pen]
1985     Estonia Jõhvi                 3-1 Zvezda Tallinn             
1986     Estonia Jõhvi                 1-0 Tempo Tallinn              
1987     Estonia Jõhvi                 2-1 Zvezda Tallinn             
1988     Kalakombinaat/MEK Pärnu       2-1 TVMK Tallinn               
1989     Norma Tallinn                 1-0 Kalev Sillamäe             
1990     Kalakombinaat/MEK Pärnu       1-0 Estonia Jõhvi               [aet]
1991     TVMK Tallinn                  0-0 Keemik Kohtla-Järve         [aet, 4-3 pen]

Republic of Estonia
1992/93  Nikol Tallinn                 0-0 FC Norma Tallinn            [aet, 4-2 pen]
1993/94  FC Norma Tallinn              4-1 Trans Narva                 
1994/95  FC Flora Tallinn              2-0 Lantana/Marlekor Tallinn    
1995/96  Tallinna Sadam                2-0 Eesti Põlevkivi Jõhvi      
1996/97  Tallinna Sadam                3-2 FC Lantana Tallinn          
1997/98  FC Flora Tallinn              3-2 FC Lantana Tallinn          
1998/99  FC Levadia Maardu             3-2 JK Tulevik Viljandi         
1999/00  FC Levadia Maardu             2-0 JK Tulevik Viljandi         
2000/01  Trans Narva                   1-0 FC Flora Tallinn            [aet]
2001/02  FC Levadia Tallinn (old)      2-0 FC Levadia Maardu           
2002/03  TVMK Tallinn                  2-2 FC Flora Tallinn            [aet, 4-1 pen]
2003/04  FC Levadia Tallinn            3-0 TVMK Tallinn                
2004/05  FC Levadia Tallinn            1-0 TVMK Tallinn                
2005/06  TVMK Tallinn                  1-0 FC Flora Tallinn            
2006/07  FC Levadia Tallinn            3-0 Trans Narva
2007/08  FC Flora Tallinn              3-1 JK Maag Tammeka Tartu
2008/09  FC Flora Tallinn              0-0 JK Kalju Nõmme              [aet, 4-3 pen] 
2009/10  FC Levadia Tallinn            3-0 FC Flora Tallinn      
2010/11  FC Flora Tallinn              2-0 Trans Narva    
2011/12  FC Levadia Tallinn            3-0 Trans Narva    
2012/13  FC Flora Tallinn              3-1 JK Kalju Nõmme
2013/14  FC Levadia Tallinn            4-0 FC Santos Tartu
2014/15  JK Kalju Nõmme                2-0 Paide linnameeskond 
2015/16  FC Flora Tallinn              3-0 JK Sillamäe Kalev           [aet]
2016/17  FC Infonet Tallinn            2-0 JK Tartu Tammeka  
2017/18  FCI Levadia Tallinn           1-0 FC Flora Tallinn
2018/19  Trans Narva                   2-1 JK Kalju Nõmme    

Totals for Republic of Estonia

Number of Wins (30) [lost finals between square brackets]

 9 [ 1] FCI Levadia Tallinn (includes Levadia Tallinn and Levadia Maardu) [*]

 7 [ 5] FC Flora Tallinn

 2 [ 4] Trans Narva
 2 [ 2] TVMK Tallinn
 2 [ 1] Tallinna Jalgpalli Klubi 
 2      Sadam Tallinn

 1 [ 3] JK Kalju Nõmme 
 1 [ 3] FC Lantana Tallinn (includes Nikol)
 1 [ 1] FC Norma Tallinn
 1      FC Infonet Tallinn 
 1      FC Levadia Tallinn (old, before 2004) [*]
 1      Sport Tallinn

   [ 2] JK Tammeka Tartu
   [ 2] JK Tulevik Viljandi 
   [ 1] Eesti Põlevkivi Jõhvi 
   [ 1] Esta Tallinn
   [ 1] JK Sillamäe Kalev    
   [ 1] Kalev Tallinn
   [ 1] Paide linnameeskond 
   [ 1] FC Santos Tartu

Name changes 1) TVMK were renamed TVMV in 1992
                TVMV were renamed Nikol in 1993
                Nikol were renamed Nikol/Marlekor in 1993
                Nikol/Marlekor were renamed Lantana/Marlekor in 1995
                Lantana/Marlekor were renamed FC Lantana in 1995
                FC Lantana were dissolved in 2000

             2) FC Tevalte were renamed FC Tevalte/Marlekor in 1996
                FC Tevalte/Marlekor were renamed FC Marlekor in 1997
                FC Marlekor were renamed TVMK in 1998

[*] FK Olümp Maardu were bought in 1998 by steel company Levadia and
      renamed Levadia Maardu, then at the second level, earning
      promotion at the end of the season (and winning the championship
      at the first time of asking).
    In 2000, Levadia also obtained second level FC Maardu (formally a 
      different entity, and previously named KSK Vigri Tartu) as 
      'second' team; they also earned promotion to the top flight at
      the end of 2000, and were renamed Levadia Tallinn for 2001.
    Before the 2004 season, Levadia Tallinn sold its top level 
      license to JK Merkuur Tartu; Levadia Maardu were then renamed
      Levadia Tallinn and the former Levadia Tallinn were renamed
      Levadia II Tallinn, buying the second level license of Sörve JK;
      after these transactions, Levadia and Levadia II Tallinn are
      part of the same entity.
    In 2017 Levadia merged with Infonet Tallinn, becoming FCI Levadia;
      the Estonian FA considers this new club as the continuation of 
      historic Levadia and attributes all honours to this new entity.
    For practical reasons we indicate, in the above list of finals,
      the two teams as Levadia Tallinn (i.e., the club called Olimp
      Maardu until 1998, Levadia Maardu until 2004, and FCI Levadia
      since 2018) and Levadia Tallinn (old) (i.e., the club called
      FC Maardu until 2000 and transformed into the reserve side of
      Levadia Tallinn in 2004).


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Thanks to Jaan Roos for corrections.

Prepared and maintained by Indrek Petersoo for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

Author: Indrek Petersoo
Last updated: 29 May 2019

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