Cambodia Hun Sen Cup
The Cambodian Cup or its more international name, the "Hun Sen Cup", was founded in 2007 when it was organized by Football Federation of Cambodia (FFC). Hun Sen Cup is the first Cambodian football cup knock out that has special rule with no foreigner player allowed. Since 2016, this football competition administered by the CNCC, constitutes the highest level of football competition in Cambodia with the final stage that will always play with the team of Cambodian League 1. It brings together the provincial level clubs and professional football club who face each other twice during the competition, at home and away, the title of Winer of Cambodia Cup . The season usually runs from February to October, the Hun Sen Cup 2021 is currently being played.
TOP Cambodian Cup
The Hun Sen Cup is the top level of Cambodia football cup. This is the equivalent level of competition of the ENGLAND EFL Cup, SPAIN Copa del Rey, French Coupe de France, Belgian Cup.
Challenge of the competition
Qualification for the AFC Cup (Asian Football Confederation).
Promote to the Cambodian League 1.
Status of participants
We can qualify the clubs of this league 1 as professional. From its salaries, 2 to 10 times the average monthly income per capita (+ - $ 120), depending on the level of players and clubs, from the infrastructure, number and quality of workouts.
Rules of Hun Sen Cup for foreign players
Unlike the C-League, no foreigner player is allowed to play in Cambodian Cup. All cup can only put their Cambodian Player nationality to play.
The purpose of this policy is to encourage countries to develop their national talents, to invest in football academies, training centers for young people, instead of buying expensive foreign players.
Names Of the Cup
What are the other names given to the Cambodia Football Cup?
- Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padey Decho Hun Sen Cup
- Samdech Hun Sen Cup
- Hun Sen Cup
- Cambodian Cup
History of the competition
Foundation of the CUP
Founded in 2007, this very first year of competition saw the coronation of the "Khemara Keila" team.
The Top 5
The five most competitive clubs in this Cambodian football championship: Phnom Penh Crown Football Club, Boeung Ket Football Club, National Defense Football Club, Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng Football Club and Visakha Football Club.
Colors and logo
The colors are red and blue, traditional colors of the 9th century Khmer Empire. The blue color symbolizes the royalty of Cambodia, the red represents the Nation and the white evokes Religion, mainly Buddhism
Since 2007, Hun Sen Cup logo remain same has appeared on the official logo, named after the Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Suong Virak, Cambodia, 25 goals in the 2016 season, Cambodian Tiger FC
Names, Nationalities, number of goals, clubs and season
List of Cambodia Football Championships Top Scorers
- Vuth Tola, Cambodia, 6 goals season 2020, Prey Veng FC.
- Va Sokthorn, Cambodia, 11 goals season 2019, Phnom Penh Crown FC.
- Noun Borey, Cambodia, 9 goals 2018 season, Police Commissary FC.
- Khoun Laboravy, Cambodia, 16 goals season 2017, Boeung Ket FC.
- Suong Virak, Cambodia, 25 goals season 2016, Cambodian Tiger FC.
- Prak Mony Udom, Cambodia, 24 goals season 2015, Preah Khan Reach FC.
- Khoun Laboravy, Cambodia, 12 goals season 2014, Boeung Ket Angkor FC.
- Chan Vathanaka, Cambodia, 11 goals season 2013, Boeung Ket Angkor FC.
- Khoun Laboravy, Cambodia, 22 goals season 2012, Preah Khan Reach FC.
- Khoun Laboravy, Cambodia, 22 goals season 2011, Preah Khan Reach FC.
- Srey Veasna, Cambodia, 20 goals season 2010, Phnom Penh Crown FC.
- Kouch Sokumpheak, Cambodia, 20 goals season 2010, Khemara Keila FC.
- Kouch Sokumpheak, Cambodia, 21 goals season 2009, Khemara Keila FC.
- Sok Chanraksmey, Cambodia, 12 goals season 2008, Spark FC FC.
- Kouch Sokumpheak, Cambodia, goals season 2007, Phnom Penh Crown FC.
- Meas Channa, Cambodia, winner of the Cambodian League season 2018, Nagaworld FC
- Hao Socheat, Cambodia, winner of the Cambodian League season 2017, Boeung Ket Angkor FC
- Sam Schweingruber, Switzerland, winner of the Cambodian League season 2015, Phnom Penh Crown FC
Phnom Penh Crown Academy: youth teams from U12 to U21 + female teams address of the center: Phnom Penh Crown Academy, Toul Kork, 1800 Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Boeung Ket Academy: youth teams from U12 to U21 + women's teams Center address: Boeung Ket Academy, National Road 1, Phum Boeung Chhouk, Sangkat Niroth, 12253 Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Visakha Academy: youth teams from U15 to U19. Center address: Visakha Academy, st.307, Phum khmounh, Sangkat khmounh, khan Sen Sok, 12103 Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Cambodian clubs in Asian and international competitions
- Phnom Penh Crown FC
- Boeung Ket FC
- Nagaworld FC
- Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng
- Visakha FC
Visakha FC (Season 2020)
Most successful clubs
Lists of the most successful Cambodian clubs since 2007.
- Preah Khan Reach FC : 4 Champions titles (2011, 2012, 2015, 2017)
- National Defense FC : 3 Champions titles (2010, 2016, 2018)
- Phnom Penh Crown FC : 2 Champions titles (2008, 2009)
- Nagaworld FC : 1 Champions titles (2013)
- Police Commissary FC: 1 Champions titles (2014)
- Boeung Ket FC : 1 Champions titles (2019)
- Visakha FC : 1 Champions titles (2020)
- Khemar Keila FC : 1 Champions titles (2007)
List of Cambodian championship titles from 2007 to 2020
- 2020: Visakha FC
- 2019: Boeung Ket FC
- 2018: National Defense FC
- 2017: Preah Khan Reach FC
- 2016: National Defense FC
- 2015: Svay Rieng FC
- 2014: Police Commissary FC
- 2013: Nagacorp FC
- 2012: Preah Khan Reach FC
- 2011: Preah Khan Reach FC
- 2010: National Defense FC
- 2009: Phnom Penh Crown FC
- 2008: Phnom Penh Empire FC
- 2007: Khemara Keila FC
List of annual awards received for this competition
Prize money in USD and riel
Champion: 100,000,000 riels
Runner-up: 60,000,000 riels
Third Place: 30,000,000 riels
Champion: 15,000,000 riels
Runner-up: 7,500,000 riels
Third Place: 5,000,000 riels
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Media coverage: CNCC, BTV Cambodia, TVK, KAMPUCHEA THMEY DAILY