This knock-out competition, named after Chev. Cassar Torregiani, was played between the League Champions, the winners of the Knock Out Competition, the winners of the United Services League and the winners of the United Services Knock-Out.
|Sliema Wanderers||12 *|
|Worcester Regiment||2 **|
|The Army||2 ***|
|HMS Queen Elizabeth||1|
|1st Coast Royal Malta Artillery||1|
|4th Destroyer Flottila||1 **|
|Royal Air Force||1 ***|
* Once as Sliema Athletic
** Once shared since final was not played
*** Once as a combined team
|1923/24||Sliema Wanderers||1947/48||1st Coast RMA|
|1924/25||Sliema Wanderers||1948/49||Hamrun Spartans|
|1927/28||HMS Queen Elizabeth||1951/52||Floriana|
|1930/31||HMS Revenge||1955/56||Sliema Wanderers|
|1931/32||Worcester Regt.||1956/57||Sliema Wanderers|
|1932/33||Worcester Regt./4th Dest. Flottila *||1957/58||Floriana|
|1934/35||Sliema Wanderers||1959/60||Sliema Wanderers|
|1939/40||The Army||1966/67||Sliema Wanderers|
The Centenary Cup was played during the calendar year 2000 as part of the celebrations of the hundredth anniversary of the Malta Football Association. All member clubs were invited to take part together with representatives of the member associations. Almost all member clubs took part but only one member association was represented, the Gozo FA.
|2000||Valletta vs Floriana 3-1|
The Christmas Cup was an attempt by the MFA to revive the popular Christmas Tournament. However due to lack of interest the competition was discontinued after 5 years.
The Cousis Shield was one of the first Knock Out competitions played on the island. It was first played in season 1913-14 but the competition was not completed because of several disputes between clubs.
|1914/15||Valletta United vs Sliema W. 1-0 *|
|1916/17||St. George’s vs Valletta U. 1-0|
|1917/18||Sliema W. vs Paola R. 3-2|
|1914/15||Sliema W. vs Valletta U. 2-0|
|1916/17||Valletta U. vs Marsa U. 2-0|
|1920/21||Floriana vs Sliema W. w/o|
|1921/22||Floriana vs Sliema W. 1-0|
|1923/24||Sliema W. vs Vittoriosa S. 3-1|
|1925/26||Sliema W. vs Floriana 1-0|
|1926/27||St. George’s vs Valletta 1-0|
|1930/31||Floriana vs Sliema W. 4-2|
* Won after a replay
This competition was first played between the League Champions and the FA Trophy Winners, therefore replacing the Scicluna Cup. However when in season 1969-70, Maltese clubs started participating in the UEFA competitions, the Independence Cup was transformed into a competition played on a one round-league basis. This competition was replaced by the Euro Cup in 1982-83.
* Joint winners
The Lowenbrau Cup was first held in 1993-94 to be played between the teams competing in the UEFA club competitions. This sort of competition saw its birth in the 1960′s as the Independence Cup. This was replaced by the Euro Cup in 1982, as a pre-season tournament for the three European competitors. Following the termination of the sponsorship by Lowenbrau, the tournament was once again known as Euro Cup.
* Joint winners
National League 100 Anniversary Cup
The National League 100 Anniversary Cup was played during season 2009/10 as part of the celebrations marking the hundredth anniversary since the first ever league organised by the Malta Football Association.
|2010||Valletta vs Floriana 3-1|
The Scicluna Cup, named after the owner of the Empire Stadium in Gzira, Mr Carmelo ‘Meme’ Scicluna, was played between the League Champions and the FA Trophy Winners. Something curious is the fact that out of 14 editions, Sliema emerged as winners on 10 occasions. This competiton was replaced by the Independence Cup.
|Sliema Wanderers||10 *|
Sons of Malta Cup
The Sons of Malta Cup was played for a trophy which was donated by Maltese emigrants in Australia to the Malta Football Association. It was played between the Champions and the FA Trophy Winners. There were versions of this competition for the Second and Third Division.
|Sliema Wanderers||1 *|
|Gzira United||1 *|
Super 5 Tournament
The Quadrangular Tournament for Top Clubs was a tournament played between the clubs which finish in the top 4 positions in the previous championship. For fifteen years, the tournament carried the name of the sponsors and was called the Super 5 Tournament as the Malta Government Department of Public Lotto sponsored the competition through the ‘Super 5 Lottery’.
It started as a pre-season competition but due to the several commitments in European competitions as from season 1999-2000 it was played in December/January.
|1990/91||Sliema Wanderers vs Valletta 3-0|
|1991/92||Hamrun Spartans vs Valletta 1-0|
|1992/93||Valletta vs Hamrun S. 3-0|
|1993/94||Floriana vs Valletta 1-1 (4-3 pen)|
|1994/95||Floriana vs Valletta 2-1|
|1995/96||Floriana vs Valletta 2-1|
|1996/97||Valletta vs Floriana 2-1|
|1997/98||Floriana vs Birkirkara 1-0|
|1998/99||Birkirkara vs Sliema W. 4-0|
|1999/2000||Valletta vs Sliema W. 3-1|
|2000/01||Valletta vs Sliema W. 4-1|
|2001/02||Sliema Wanderers vs Valletta 4-1|
|2002/03||Birkirkara vs Hibernians 4-1|
|2003/04||Sliema Wanderers vs Valletta 0-0 (4-2 pen)|
|2004/05||Birkirkara vs Sliema W. 2-0|
|2005/06||Hibernians vs Birkirkara 1-1 (4-3 pen)|
The Testaferrata Cup was named after the owners of the Stadium in that period, that is the Testaferrata Moroni Viani brothers (who are still the owners of the ill-fated Gzira Stadium). It was first held in 1964-65 as a knock-out between the four leading clubs. After a dispute between the Stadium owners and the MFA, after which the latter transferred football to the Manoel Island Stadium, the competition was not held for 10 years.