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Score
50
28
22
1
1 - 0
2.15
2
0 - 3
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Over
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63.77
36.23
Under
2.15
1.27
0 - 3
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59
41
No
1 - 0
2.15
2.18
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50%
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0
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0.99
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The Hun Sen Cup

The Prime Minister of Cambodia, Samdech Hun Sen, is honored with the Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padey Decho Hun Sen Cup. This trophy was produced for the first time in 2007. Twenty-eight teams representing the majority of the country's cities and regions competed. The competition was split into two stages: group and knockout. Sixteen teams from the group stage advanced to the knockout stage, which lasted until the playoffs. Khemara Keila was the champion, with Nagacorp FC coming in second.

Hunsen Cup

History

Lt. Gen. Sao Sokha, who is also the Commander of the Royal Gendarmerie of Cambodia, was named President of the Football Federation of Cambodia in late 2006 and has launched a football development initiative that includes youth coaching for coaches and referees, as well as tournaments. Apart from youth tournaments at various stages, the Football Federation of Cambodia organizes the Cambodian League and the Samdech Hun Sen Cup every year. 

The format of the Hun Sen Cup has been modified after the sixth season (Hun Sen Cup 2012). The top eight or ten teams in the Cambodian League advance to the group stage, while the rest of the teams from Phnom Penh and the provinces compete in qualifying.

 

Champions:

Year

Final

 

Third place match

Champions

Score

Runners-up

Third place

Score

Fourth place

2007

Khemara Keila[A]

1–1 (a.e.t.)

(4–2 p)

Nagacorp

Phnom Penh Empire[C]

4–1

Build Bright University

2008

Phnom Penh Empire

1–0

Preah Khan Reach

Build Bright University

3–2

Khemara Keila

2009

Phnom Penh Crown

1–0

Nagacorp

Preah Khan Reach

3–0

Phuchung Neak[D]

2010

National Defense

3–2

Phnom Penh Crown

Preah Khan Reach

3–2

Nagacorp

2011

Preah Khan Reach

2–0

Build Bright United

Nagacorp

1–0

National Defense

2012

Preah Khan Reach

2–1 (a.e.t.)

Nagacorp

Police Commissary

3–0

Chhlam Samuth

2013

Nagacorp

0–0 (a.e.t.)

(5–3 p)

National Defense

Phnom Penh Crown

3–0

Kirivong Sok Sen Chey

2014

Police Commissary

2–0

Build Bright United

Boeung Ket Rubber Field

3–0

Nagacorp

2015

Svay Rieng[E]

2–1

Nagaworld

Cambodian Tiger[F]

3–0

Police Commissary

2016

National Defense

1–1 (a.e.t.)

(6–5 p)

Preah Khan Reach

Phnom Penh Crown

1–0

CMAC United

2017

Preah Khan Reach

3–0

Nagaworld

Electricite du Cambodge

1–1 (a.e.t.)

(5–4 p)

Boeung Ket

2018

National Defense

3–0

Police Commissary

Angkor Tiger and Nagaworld [G]

2019

Boeung Ket

1–1 (a.e.t.)

(5–4 p)

Preah Khan Reach

Phnom Penh Crown and Visakha

2020

Visakha

2–0

Nagaworld

Prey Veng

4–2

Phnom Penh Crown

The Big 4

Sources: 

RSSSF

Int.soccerway.com

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