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Ligakupa

Ligakupa
Founded 2007
Region  Hungary
Number of teams 20
Current champions Ferencváros (1st title)
Most successful club(s) Videoton FC (3 titles)
2013–14 Ligakupa

The Hungarian League Cup (Hungarian: Magyar Ligakupa) is an annual football tournament contested by clubs in the Hungarian League. It was created in 2007.

Finals

Year Champion Runner-up Score
2007–08 Videoton Debrecen 1–0 ; 2–0
2008–09 Videoton Pécsi FC 3–1
2009-10 Debrecen Paks 2–1
2010-11 Paks Debrecen 1–2 ; 3–0
2011-12 Videoton Kecskemét 3–0
2012-13 Ferencváros Videoton 5–1

Results by team

Team Winners Runners-up Years won Years runner-up
Videoton 3 1 2008, 2009, 2012 2013
Debrecen 1 2 2010 2008, 2011
Paksi 1 1 2011 2010
Ferencváros 1 0 2013
Pécsi 0 1 2009
Kecskemét 0 1 2012
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