The Algerian Cup (Arabic: كأس الجزائر) is a football competition in Algeria, pitting regional teams against each other. It was established in October 1962, three months after independence, and has been played yearly since then apart from 1990 and 1993.
The most successful clubs in this competition are the ES Sétif, USM Alger and MC Alger that have eight trophies each. The record for consecutive wins in the competition is only two, several teams have performed as the CR Belouizdad on MC Oran, the JS Kabylie, the USM Alger and MC Algiers. However, the ES Sétif achieved this feat twice. The current title holder is the MC Alger.