The Serbian Women's Cup (Serbian: Kupa Srbija za zene) is the national women's football cup competition in Serbia and was first held in 2007.
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The women's national football league started to be played in the 1974-75 season, then still part of Yugoslavia. After the split of Yugoslavia in 1991, the league continued in the remaining state of FR Yugoslavia, that was renamed in 2002/03 to Serbia and Montenegro, until the split of the two in 2006. The succeeding league is the one of Serbia.
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The Super League (Serbian Cyrillic: Супер лига Србије за жене, Super liga Srbije) is the top level women's football league of Serbia. It was founded in 2006. The team with the most championships to date is ŽFK Spartak Subotica with five titles.
The predecessor of the cup was the Cup of Yugoslavia, held from 1975 to 1991, after that the Cup of FR Yugoslavia until 2002 and the Cup of Serbia and Montenegro until 2006. Those cup winners are listed. After that, the list of finals:
Until 2012/13 the league played a double round robin. The winner was the champion of Serbia.
The following players were called up for the UEFA Women's Euro 2017 qualifications.
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Should the Ladies progress they will then face the winner of the tie between Rayo Vallecano de Madrid and Valur Reykjavik.
Both FIFA and UEFA consider the Serbia national team the direct descendant of the Serbia and Montenegro national team.
Arsenal Ladies have been drawn to play ZFK Masinac of Serbia in Women's Champions League round of 32.
Until 2013/14 the top level league was called Prva Ženska Liga (First League). For that season the Super Liga was created on top of the league system. The second level league is now the prva liga.
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The away leg will take place on September 22/23 with the home leg going ahead on October 13/14.