2011 association football domestic cup champions

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Below is a list of football (soccer) clubs from across the world that won their respective domestic cup title during the 2010–11 and 2011 seasons.

AFC

Bahraini King's Cup: Al-Muharraq
Chinese FA Cup: Tianjin Teda
Guam FA Cup: Quality Distributors
Emperor's Cup:[n 1] F.C. Tokyo
J.League Cup: Kashima Antlers
Saudi Crown Prince Cup: Al-Hilal
Korean FA Cup: Seongnam FC

CAF

Benin Cup: Dragons de l'Ouémé
Coupe du Faso: Étoile Filante Ouagadougou
Coupe du Président de la République: LLB Académic
Egypt Cup: ENPPI
Malian Cup: Cercle Olympique
Federation Cup: Heartland F.C.
FKL Cup: Gor Mahia
Rwandan Cup: APR
Nedbank Cup: Orlando Pirates

CONCACAF

Canadian Championship: Toronto FC
Beker van Suriname: SV Notch
Trinidad and Tobago FA Trophy: San Juan Jabloteh
U.S. Open Cup: Seattle Sounders FC
Competition not held

CONMEBOL

Copa do Brasil: Vasco da Gama
Copa Chile: Universidad Católica
Copa Colombia: Millonarios
Torneo Intermedio: José Gálvez
Copa Venezuela: AC Mineros

OFC

Chatham Cup: Wairarapa United

UEFA

Albanian Cup: Tirana
Austria Cup: SV Ried
Belgian Cup: Standard Liège
Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup: Željezničar
Bulgarian Cup: CSKA Sofia
Croatian Football Cup: Dinamo Zagreb
Czech Cup: Mladá Boleslav
Danish Cup: FC Nordsjælland
FA Cup: Manchester City
League Cup: Birmingham City
Finnish Cup: HJK Helsinki
Coupe de France: Lille
Coupe de la Ligue: Marseille
DFB-Pokal: Schalke 04
Greek Cup: AEK Athens
Magyar Kupa: Kecskemét
FAI Cup: Sligo Rovers
Coppa Italia: Internazionale
Liechtenstein Cup: FC Vaduz
Montenegrin Cup: FK Rudar
KNVB Cup: Twente
Irish Cup: Linfield
Norwegian Cup: Aalesund
Polish Cup: Legia Warszawa
Taça de Portugal: Porto
Taça da Liga: Benfica
Cupa României: Steaua București
Russian Cup: CSKA Moscow
Scottish Cup: Celtic
Scottish League Cup: Rangers
Serbian Cup: Partizan
Slovak Cup: Slovan Bratislava
Slovenian Cup: Domžale
Copa del Rey: Real Madrid
Svenska Cupen: Helsingborgs
Swiss Cup: FC Sion
Turkish Cup: Beşiktaş
Ukrainian Cup: Shakhtar Donetsk
Welsh Cup: Llanelli Town

Notes

  1. The final of each year's Emperor's Cup is traditionally held on 1 January of the following calendar year.