Saudi Crown Prince Cup
|Number of teams||30|
|Last champions||Al-Ittihad (8th title)|
|Most successful club(s)||Al-Hilal (13 titles)|
|Television broadcasters||Pro Sports|
The Saudi Crown Prince's Cup (Arabic: كأس ولي العهد) was the Saudi Arabian annual cup competition. It was the oldest domestic football competition in Saudi Arabia, its first edition was held in 1956–57, but was not crowned from 1975 until 1990. The competition consists of teams from the top two tiers of Saudi league football (Professional League and First Division League), as well as the competition runs from August until February.
Al-Hilal has won the most titles with 13 wins, also Al-Hilal has contested more finals with 17. Al-Ittihad is the last champion being the winner of 2016–17 season.
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- Final winner: 2,500,000 Saudi Riyals.
- Final runners-up: 1,500,000 Saudi Riyals.
Performance by club
|Al-Hilal||13||3||1964, 1995, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016|
|Al-Ittihad||8||4||1958, 1959, 1963, 1991, 1997, 2001, 2004, 2017|
|Al-Ahli||6||7||19571, 1970, 1998, 2002, 2007, 2015|
|Al-Shabab||3||4||1993, 1996, 1999|
|Al-Nassr||3||4||1973, 1974, 2014|
- 1including one title as Al-Thaghar
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Alltime Top goalscorers
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|Ohene Kennedy||Al-Nassr||Al-Najma||3-0||20 April 1995|
|Mohannad Al-Boushi||Al-Riyadh||Al-Tuhami||8-0||9 April 1996|
|Fahad Al Hamdan|
|Saleh Al-Ganbar||Al-Qadisiyah||Al-Jabalain||2-3||24 April 1997|
|Abdullah Al-Jamaan||Al-Hilal||Al-Watani||0-4||30 March 2000|
|Luisinho Vieira||Al-Ittihad||Abha||6-0||2 February 2002|
|Al-Hasan Al-Yami||Al-Ittihad||Al-Jeddah Tai||5-0||20 March 2003|
|Moudy Ndiaye||Al-Tai||Al-Ittihad||4-3||16 February 2005|
|Sérgio Ricardo||Al-Ittihad||Al-Tai||5-1||7 March 2005|
|Taisir Al-Jassim||Al-Ahli||Abha||4-0||27 December 2005|
|Mohammad Al-Sahlawi||Al-Qadisiyah||Al-Rawdhah||O-8||28 December 2005|
|Rogério||Al-Shabab||Al-Hazem||2-3||28 December 2005|
|Alhassane Keita||Al-Ittihad||Najran||10-0||3 March 2007|
|Prince Tagoe||Al-Ettifaq||Al-Rabee||5-0||9 February 2008|
|Turki Al-Khodair||Al-Ansar||Al-Hazem||4-2||5 February 2010|
|Hamza Al-Dardour||Al-Khaleej||Al-Diriyah||1-3||10 August 2014|
|Didier Ya Konan||Al-Ittihad||Al-Fayha||0-4||15 September 2014|
|Hamza Al-Dardour||Al-Khaleej||Al-Orobah||1-3||24 December 2014|
|Modibo Maïga||Al-Nassr||Al-Nahda||5-1||12 September 2015|
|Mohamed Benyettou||Al-Shabab||Al-Najran||6-0||27 September 2016|
|Omar Al-Somah||Al-Ahli||Hajer||1-6||25 October 2016|
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Source: "Saudi Crown Prince Cup", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, February 13th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saudi_Crown_Prince_Cup.
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- ^ لائحة المسابقات والبطولات بالإتحاد العربي السعودي لكرة القدم [Regulations of Saudi Arabian Football Federation Competitions] (PDF) (in Arabic). Saudi Arabian Football Federation. Retrieved 31 January 2016.
- ^ تاريخ كأس ولي العهد قبل النهائي الـ 37 [History of Crown Prince Cup before the 37th final] (in Arabic). Al-Jazirah. 10 February 2012. Retrieved 23 October 2015.
- ^ "Saudi Arabia - List of Cup Winners". RSSSF. Retrieved 11 May 2016.
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