The Bulgarian Cup (Bulgarian: Купа на България) is a Bulgarian annual football competition. It is the country's main cup competition and all officially registered Bulgarian football teams take part in it. It is sponsored by the Bulgarian Corporate Commercial Bank.
The tournament's format is single-elimination, with all matches being one-legged, except the semi-final. The competition's winner achieves the right to take part in the UEFA Europa League. If the winner has already secured a place through the Bulgarian A Professional Football Group, the team that has come fourth in the championship substitutes it.
The competition has been dominated by Sofia-based teams. The Sofia teams have won together a total number of 61 titles. The two most successful teams are Levski Sofia (25 cups) and CSKA Sofia (19 cups). The most recent winners of the Bulgarian Cup is Cherno More Varna, who beat Levski Sofia 2–1 after extra time in 2015 Bulgarian Cup Final.