|Number of teams||26|
Hänävissen-ó-Cräiteland FC |
|Most titles||Cherry Trees FC (5)|
The King's Cup is the premier football cup competition in Craitland, run by the CrFA. The cup involves all professional teams from the three Craitish leagues. The cup is a one-leg knock-out tournament which begins in October and ends in May, with the final being the final fixture of the Craitish football season. From the 2013 tournament onwards, the cup has been contested by all twenty-six Craitish teams.
The King's Cup was founded in summer 2003, although the exact date is unknown, and the first tournament kicked-off in January 2004.