Thai League Cup

Thai League Cup
Organising body Football Association of Thailand
Founded 1987 (1987) (1st era)
2010 (2010) (2nd era)
Region Thailand
Number of teams 92
Current champions Muangthong United (2 titles)
Most successful club(s) Buriram United (5 titles)
Television broadcasters TrueVisions
2018 Thai League Cup

The League Cup (Thai: ไทยลีกคัพ) is a football cup competition in Thailand. It is also known as Toyota League Cup because Toyota company have sponsored the competition.[1]

It was re-formed during the 2010 domestic football league season in Thailand and runs along the same lines as the Thai FA Cup except that the earlier rounds would be regional rather than an open draw.[2]


Year Winner Score Runners-up Venue
1987 Royal Thai Air Force
1988 Bangkok Bank
1989 Royal Thai Police
1990 Bangkok
(Osotsapa + Royal Thai Navy)
1991 Royal Thai Police
1992 Krung Thai Bank
1993 Royal Thai Police
1994 Royal Thai Air Force
2010 Thai Port 2 : 1 Buriram PEA Supachalasai Stadium
2011 Buriram United 2 : 0 Thai Port Supachalasai Stadium
2012 Buriram United 4 : 1 Ratchaburi Thammasat Stadium
2013 Buriram United 2 : 1 Ratchaburi Thammasat Stadium
2014 BEC Tero Sasana 2 : 0 Buriram United Supachalasai Stadium
2015 Buriram United 1 : 0 Sisaket Supachalasai Stadium
2016 Buriram United and Muangthong United
2017 Muangthong United 2 : 0 Chiangrai United Supachalasai Stadium
2018 Supachalasai Stadium


Thai League Cup is open to all members of the Football Association of Thailand and Thai League 1 and is divided into eight rounds,; the remaining Thai League teams enter at the first round,Matches in all rounds are single-legged, except for the semi-finals, which have been two-legged since the competition began.In single-legged top division teams will plays as away team.The semi-finals were the exception to this,which the away goals rule and penalties were introduced.

For finals match that have finished level after extra time have been decided by penalty shoot-out.The winner also qualify for Mekong Club Championship.


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