Greek Cup Final

The Greek Cup Final, commonly referred to in Greece as just The Cup Final is the last match in the Greek Cup.

Teams highlighted in bold won both Panhellenic Championship (up to 1959) or Alpha Ethniki (up to 2006) or the Super League Greece (known as the "Super League") from 2006 through present and the Greek Cup in that season; this is known as The Double in Greek football.

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