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Season eight was the first under the current competition format. The large amount of registration requests made clear that the number of teams taking part at the event should be increased. Therefore, 80 teams started the competition. Sixteen of them were automatically qualified in the group stage, based on the team coefficient. The 64 remaining teams took part at a preliminary round. Those teams were divided into four pots (also based on the coefficient) and drawn together. The 32 winning teams joined the 16 team already qualified in the group stage. The format of this stage was also changed. The 48 teams were divided into eight groups of six, with two teams qualifying from each group into the knock-out stages. The preliminary round took place on May 4, 2011 and the final on July 6, 2011. ''Frunza'', manager of '''Frunza United''', won his second trophy, after an all-winners finale, defeating ''the_champion'', manager of '''Skulblaka Champions''', with the score of 6-2. Beroe Ostrov won the third-place play-off, after a tight match against keep---walking.
 
Season eight was the first under the current competition format. The large amount of registration requests made clear that the number of teams taking part at the event should be increased. Therefore, 80 teams started the competition. Sixteen of them were automatically qualified in the group stage, based on the team coefficient. The 64 remaining teams took part at a preliminary round. Those teams were divided into four pots (also based on the coefficient) and drawn together. The 32 winning teams joined the 16 team already qualified in the group stage. The format of this stage was also changed. The 48 teams were divided into eight groups of six, with two teams qualifying from each group into the knock-out stages. The preliminary round took place on May 4, 2011 and the final on July 6, 2011. ''Frunza'', manager of '''Frunza United''', won his second trophy, after an all-winners finale, defeating ''the_champion'', manager of '''Skulblaka Champions''', with the score of 6-2. Beroe Ostrov won the third-place play-off, after a tight match against keep---walking.
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===For season 9 and onward===
 
===For season 9 and onward===

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