Ghana - List of Cup Winners


FA Cup

Season  Winners                            Runners-Up
        
1958    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)         2-0 Hearts of Oak (Accra)     [Aspro Cup]
1959    Cornerstones (Kumasi)              Great Ashantis (Kumasi)
1960    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)             Hearts of Oak (Accra)
1961/62 Real Republicans (Accra)           Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)
1962/63 Real Republicans (Accra)           Cornerstones (Kumasi)
1963/64 Real Republicans (Accra)           Great Ashantis (Kumasi)
1965    Real Republicans (Accra) and Cornerstones (Kumasi)           [shared]
1966      competition abandoned
1967      not played
1968    Mysterious Dwarfs (Cape Coast)     Mighty Eagles (Ho)
1969/70   not played
1970/71   abandoned at semi-final stage
1972      not played
1973    Hearts of Oak (Accra)              Akotex (Akosombo)
1974    Hearts of Oak (Accra)              All Blacks (Swedru)
1975    Great Olympics (Accra)             Brong-Ahofu United (Sunyani)
1976    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)             Eleven Wise (Sekondi)
1977      not played
1978    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)             Gold Stars (Tarkwa)
1979    Hearts of Oak (Accra)              Eleven Wise (Sekondi)
1980      no competition [other sources: Hasaacas (Sekondi)]
1981    Hearts of Oak (Accra)              Real Tamale United
1982    Eleven Wise (Sekondi)              Hasaacas (Sekondi)
1983    Great Olympics (Accra)             Tano Bafoakwa (Sunyani)
1984    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)         1-0 Goldfields (Obuasi)
1985    Hasaacas (Sekondi)             2-0 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi) 
1986    Okwahu United (Nkawkaw)            Real Tamale United
1987      no competition [other sources: Hearts of Oak (Accra)]
1988      no competition [other sources: Hearts of Oak (Accra)]
1989    Hearts of Oak (Accra)          1-1 Cornerstones (Kumasi)     [4-1 pen]
1989/90 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)         4-2 Hearts of Oak (Accra)
1990/91   no competition [other sources: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)]
1991/92 Voradep (Ho)                   2-2 Neoplan Stars (Kumasi)    [3-2 pen]
1992/93 Goldfields (Obuasi)            4-3 Mysterious Dwarfs (Cape Coast)
1993/94 Hearts of Oak (Accra)          2-1 Mysterious Dwarfs (Cape Coast)
1994/95 Great Olympics (Accra)             Hearts of Oak (Accra)
1995/96 Hearts of Oak (Accra)          1-0 Ghapoha (Tema)
1996/97 Ghapoha (Tema)                 1-0 Okwahu United (Nkawkaw)
1997/98 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)         1-0 Real Tamale United
1999    Hearts of Oak (Accra)          3-1 Great Olympics
2000    Hearts of Oak (Accra)          2-0 Okwahu United (Nkawkaw)
2001    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)         1-0 King Faisal (Kumasi)      [aet] 
2002-10   no competition
2010/11 Nania FC (Legon)               1-0 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)    [aet]
2011/12 New Edubiase FC                1-0 Ashanti Gold FC (Obuasi)
2012/13 Medeama SC (Tarkwa)            1-0 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)         
2013/14 

Number of Titles (36; lost finals (34) between square brackets)

NB: does not include 1980, 1987, 1988 and 1990/91

 9 [ 4] Hearts of Oak (Accra)  

 8 [ 4] Asante Kotoko (Kumasi) 

 4      Real Republicans (Accra) (1 shared)

 3 [ 1] Great Olympics (Accra) 

 2 [ 2] Cornerstones (Kumasi) (1 shared)

 1 [ 2] Ashanti Gold FC (Obuasi) [includes Goldfields (Obuasi)]
 1 [ 2] Eleven Wise (Sekondi) 
 1 [ 2] Mysterious Dwarfs (Cape Coast) 
 1 [ 2] Okwahu United (Nkawkaw)
 1 [ 1] Ghapoha (Tema) 
 1 [ 1] Hasaacas (Sekondi)
 1      Medeama SC (Tarkwa)
 1      Nania FC (Legon) 
 1      New Edubiase FC (New Edubiase)
 1      Voradep (Ho)

   [ 3] Real Tamale United
   [ 2] Great Ashantis (Kumasi)
   [ 1] Akotex (Akosombo)
   [ 1] All Blacks (Swedru)
   [ 1] Brong-Ahofu United (Sunyani)
   [ 1] Gold Stars (Tarkwa)
   [ 1] King Faisal (Kumasi)  
   [ 1] Mighty Eagles (Ho)
   [ 1] Neoplan Stars (Kumasi)  
   [ 1] Tano Bafoakwa (Sunyani)

SWAG (Sportswriters Association of Ghana) Cup

1972    Mysterious Dwarfs (Cape Coast) x-1 Hearts of Oak (Accra)     [Dec 31; goals Dwarfs unknown]
1973    Hearts of Oak (Accra)      
1974    Hearts of Oak (Accra) and Tano Bafoakwa (Sunyani)            [shared]     
1975    Tano Bafoakwa (Sunyani)     
1976    Dumas of GTP (Tema)
1977    Hearts of Oak (Accra) and Dumas of GTP (Tema)                [shared]     
1978    Hearts of Oak (Accra)      
1979    Hearts of Oak (Accra)      
1980    Eleven Wise (Sekondi)
1981    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)
1982    Hasaacas (Sekondi)
1983    Hasaacas (Sekondi)
1984    Hearts of Oak (Accra)      
1985    Hearts of Oak (Accra)      
1986    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)
1987    Okwahu United (Nkawkaw)
1988    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)
1989    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)
1990    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)
1991    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)
1992    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)
1993    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)
1994/95 Goldfields (Obuasi)            2-1 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)    
1995/96 Goldfields (Obuasi)            4-2 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)  
1996/97   no competition
1997/98 All Blacks (Swedru)            1-0 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)    
1998    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi) and All Blacks (Swedru)               [shared]
1999      no competition 
2000      no competition [other sources: Hearts of Oak (Accra)]
2001    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)
2002      no competition
2003    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)         2-1 Liberty Professionals (Accra)
2004      unclear whether played
2005    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)         2-1 Agaza (Lomé, Togo)
2006    AshantiGold (Obuasi)           1-0 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)  
2007    Liberty Professionals (Accra)  3-0 Hearts of Oak (Accra)      
2008    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)         2-1 AshantiGold (Obuasi)   
2009    Heart of Lions (Kpando)    0-1 2-0 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)  
2010/11

Ghana Telecom Gala

  
1974    Hearts of Oak (Accra)          drw Fankobaa                  [5-4 pen]
1975      no competition
1976    Hearts of Oak (Accra)          1-0 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)
1977    Great Olympics (Accra)         1-0 Hearts of Oak (Accra) 
1978    Eleven Wise (Sekondi)          1-0 Hasaacas (Sekondi)
1979    Cornerstones (Kumasi)          1-0 Great Olympics (Accra)         
1980-85	  no competition
1986    Hearts of Oak (Accra)          drw Eleven Wise (Sekondi)     [4-2 pen]
1987    Kumapim Star                   1-0 Standfast (Accra)
1988/89	Hasaacas (Sekondi)             drw Kumapim Star              [5-4 pen]
1989/90 Soccer Missionaries (Fosu)     drw Okwahu United (Nkawkaw)   [5-4 pen]
1990/91 Soccer Missionaries (Fosu)     3-1 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)
1992    Great Olympics (Accra)         2-0 Kumapim Star        
1993    Mysterious Dwarfs (Cape Coast) drw Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)    [5-4 pen]
1994      no competition
1995/96 Goldfields (Obuasi)            3-0 Mysterious Dwarfs (Cape Coast)
1996/97 Great Olympics (Accra)         drw Mysterious Dwarfs (C.C.)  [5-4 pen]
1997/98	Real Tamale United             3-1 Goldfields (Obuasi)  
1998/99 Hearts of Oak (Accra)          3-2 Goldfields (Obuasi)  
1999/00	Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)         1-0 Great Olympics (Accra) 
2001    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)         1-0 Hearts of Oak (Accra) 
2002    Brong-Ahofu United (Sunyani)   1-1 Liberty Professionals     [3-2 pen]
2003-04   no competition
2005    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)         0-0 AshantiGold (Obuasi)      [5-4 pen]

Coca Cola Top Four Cup

2002    Hearts of Oak (Accra) 
2003    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)  
2004    King Faisal (Kumasi) 
2005    Heart of Lions (Kpando)
2006    Hearts of Oak (Accra) 
2007    Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)  
2008    Liberty Professionals (Accra) 
2009    Heart of Lions (Kpando)

NB: first edition 2002

GHALCA Cup

2004    Real Tamale United         1-2 1-0 Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

Guggisberg Shield

Donated by Sir Gorden Guggisberg, governor of the Gold Coast in 1922; between Accra
clubs on 12 occasions between 1922 and 1954; Hearts of Oak won 6 editions, including
the last one in 1954.

Annual Republic Day Cup

  
2002    Hearts of Oak                  bt  Great Olympics
2003      no competition
2004    Asante Kotoko	               bt  Liberty Professionals
2005    Asante Kotoko	               1-0 Hearts of Oak

About this document

With thanks to Hans Schöggl for Guggisberg Shield and SWAG Cup information, José Batalha for Ghana Telecom Gala information and Josef Bobrowsky for additional informations on FA Cup; partial source: Asante Kotoko

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Author: Karel Stokkermans
Last updated: 6 Mar 2014

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