1991/92 uncertain whether held [*1] 1992/93 uncertain whether held [*2] 1993/94 Dukagjini (Klinė) 0-0 Prishtina KF [5-4 pen] 1994/95 Prishtina KF [presumably after defeating Liria (Prizren)] 1995/96 Prishtina KF [as winners double] 1996/97 not known [*3] 1997/98 tournament not held 1998/99 tournament not held 1999/00 Gjilani KF 4-1 Prishtina KF 2000/01 Prishtina KF 3-0 Drita (Gjilan) 2001/02 Besiana (Podujevė) [as winners double] 2002/03 KEK-u (Kastriot) [presumably ater defeating Drita (Gjilan)] 2003/04 Prishtina KF 4-0 Kosova (Prishtinė) 2004/05 Besa (Pejė) [as winners double] 2005/06 Prishtina KF 3-1 Besa (Pejė) 2006/07 Besa (Pejė) [presumably ater defeating Liria (Prizren)] 2007/08 Prishtina KF 1-0 Vėllaznimi (Gjakovė) 2008/09 Prishtina KF 5-2 Hysi (Podujevė) 2009/10 Trepēa (Mitrovicė) 2-0 Liria (Prizren) [aet] 2010/11 Hysi (Podujevė) 3-1 Besa (Pejė) 2011/12 Trepēa'89 (Mitrovicė) 1-0 Prishtina KF 2012/13 Prishtina KF [as winners double] 2013/14 Llamkos Kosova (Vushtrri) 2-0 Feronikeli (Drenas) 2014/15 Feronikeli (Drenas) [as winners double] 2015/16 Prishtina KF 2-1 Feronikeli (Drenas) 2016/17 Trepēa'89 (Mitrovicė) 5-0 Besa (Pejė) 2017/18 Drita (Gjilan) 2-1 Prishtina KF [*1] if a Super Cup was organised in 1992, presumably cup winners Trepēa (Mitrovicė) defeated champions Prishtina KF, who certainly did not win it that year [*2] if a Super Cup was organised in 1993, it should have been contested by champions Trepēa (Mitrovicė) and cup winners Flamurtari (Prishtinė) [*3] if (as is likely) a Super Cup was organised in 1997, cup winners 2 Korriku (Prishtinė) presumably defeated champions Prishtina KF, who certainly did not win it that year Number of Wins (22 known) 9 Prishtina KF (Prishtinė) 2 Besa (Pejė) Trepēa'89 (Mitrovicė) 1 Besiana (Podujevė) Drita (Gjilan) Dukagjini (Klinė) Feronikeli (Drenas) Gjilani KF (Gjilan) Hysi (Podujevė) KEK-u (Kastriot) Trepēa (Mitrovicė) Llamkos Kosova (Vushtrri) Number of League-and-Cup Doubles (5; all were awarded Super Cups and are included above) 2 Prishtina KF (Prishtinė) [1995/96, 2012/13] 1 Besa (Pejė) [2004/05] Besiana (Podujevė) [2001/02] Feronikeli (Drenas) [2014/15]
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