The CrFA

Craitish Football Association

Cities' Cup

The Cities' Cup is the secondary cup competition in Craitland. The very first season was played in 2005, and it has been contested annually ever since. The cup consists of all professional Craitish clubs as well as six amateur regional champions from the 2017 season onwards, after originally being compiled of twenty teams between its founding and 2008, 18 teams between 2009 and 2012, and 26 teams from 2013 to 2016. Teams play each other in a one-leg knock-out format. The reigning champions are Kealb, and theirs and Eĵars Town's respective three victories make them the tournament's most successful teams.

Previous Winners

2005 - Kealb

2006 - Róndlinga Diamonds

2007 - Osĵätoņ Town

2008 - Eĵars Town

2009 - TTC Tiem

2010 - Zekäbelóman Kahthajtensen

2011 - Abidelaären Kahthajtensen

2012 - Eĵars Town

2013 - Cherry Trees

2014 - Xäiville Teflons

2015 - Eĵars Town

2016 - Mainlae Town

2017 - Osĵätoņ Aztecs

2018 - Kealb

2019 - Róndlinga Diamonds

2020 - Kealb