Cupa Mică a Brăilei

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Cupa Mică a Brăilei
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About the cup
Founded: 2011
Type of the cup: Friendly, regional
Country: Romania Romania
Region: Brăila
Number of teams: 16
Season: 12th
Sponsor: Brăila Mea federation editions 1-10 and 12-Present, Pricons - Edition 11
All Time Champion: F.C.Rionaxe (Rionaxe) - Two Cups
Current Title holder: Harkonen (Mardan) - First Cup
Current Runner-up: SuPeR Braila (Dada26)
Current Third Place: HT PHYXIUS (pdg75)

Cupa Mică a Brăilei (Brăila's Little Cup) is an unofficial, regional competition organized between teams from the Brăila region. It is the little sister of Cupa Brăilei. The teams that failed to qualify to the Cupa Brăilei main round will take part in this competition.

The main condition for registration is that all teams should be from Brăila region.


History

Season 1

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The first season of the Little Brăila Cup started on May 25, 2011 and ended on July 6, 2011. F.C.Rionaxe were crowned champions, with Wallachia Warriors runners-up.

Season 2

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The second season of the Little Brăila Cup started on September 14, 2011 and ended on October 26, 2011. F.C.Rionaxe were crowned champions, with FC Calculatorul runners-up.

Season 3

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The third season of the Little Brăila Cup started on January 4, 2012 and ended on February 15, 2012. FC Chercea Braila were crowned champions, with Sharpeii Templieri runners-up.

Season 4

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The fourth season of the Little Brăila Cup started on April 18, 2012 and ended on June 6, 2012. FC Ghinda were crowned champions, with FCM Braila runners-up.

Season 5

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The fifth season of the Little Brăila Cup started on August 1, 2012 and ended on 26 September, 2012. FC SNB were crowned champions, with F.C. INTER BRAILA runners-up.

Season 6

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The sixth season of the Little Brăila Cup started on July 3, 2013 and ended on August 28, 2013. F.C.SPAPTN were crowned champions, with 1.SVVKA Brăila runners-up.

Season 7

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The seventh season of the Little Brăila Cup started on October 23, 2013 and ended on December 18, 2013. reduta braila were crowned champions, with CF Braila runners-up.

Season 8

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The 8th season of the Little Brăila Cup started on October 8, 2014 and ended on November 19, 2014. FC A43 were crowned champions, with reduta braila runners-up.

Season 9

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The 9th season of the Little Brăila Cup started on May 6, 2020 and ended on May 30, 2020. Schnauzerii were crowned champions, with Progresul Brăila runners-up.

Season 10

Matches, results and standings here -> (4771382)

The 10th season of the Little Brăila Cup started on June 17th, 2020 and ended on July 11th, 2020. The hooligans were crowned champions, with SuPeR Braila runners-up.

Season 11

Matches, results and standings here -> (4904446)

The 11th season of the Little Brăila Cup started on October 21, 2020 and ended on December 9th, 2020. Harkonen were crowned champions, with SuPeR Braila runners-up.

Season 12

The 12th season of the Little Brăila Cup started on TBD, 2021 and ended on TBD, 2021. It's currently in progress here -> Cupa Mică a Brăilei Ediţia 12 -> (xxx)