TM Piala Malaysia 2020

    TM Piala Malaysia 2020

    Round 16 Quater Final Semi Final Final
    P.Pinang   
    06/11/2020
    3-1
    P.Pinang
    09/11/2020
    TBD
    Felda United
      
    UiTM FC 
    08/11/2020
    3-2
    UiTM FC
     
    Kelantan
      
    JDT FC 
    06/11/2020
    1-0
    JDT FC
    01/11/2020
    TBD
    Kuching FA
      
    Kuala Lumpur 
    06/11/2020
    0-0
    Recap
    Kuala Lumpur
     
    Sabah FA
     
    Terengganu FC
    07/11/2020
    1-0
    Terengganu FC
    09/11/2020
    TBD
    PJ City FC
      
    Perak FA 
    07/11/2020
    4-0
    Perak FA
     
    Kelantan United
      
    Kedah FA 
    06/11/2020
    3-2
    Kedah FA
    09/11/2020
    TBD
    Pahang FA
      
    Selangor FA 
    08/11/2020
    2-1
    Selangor FA
     
    Melaka United FC
    Round 16 Quater Final Semi Final Final Semi Final Quater Final Round 16
    P.Pinang     Terengganu FC
    06/11/2020
    3-1
    07/11/2020
    1-0
    P.PinangTerengganu FC
    09/11/2020
    TBD
    09/11/2020
    TBD
    Felda UnitedPJ City FC
        
    UiTM FC  Perak FA
    08/11/2020
    3-2
    07/11/2020
    4-0
    UiTM FC Perak FA
       
    KelantanKelantan United
      
    JDT FCKedah FA
    06/11/2020
    1-0
    06/11/2020
    3-2
    JDT FC Kedah FA
    01/11/2020
    TBD
     
    09/11/2020
    TBD
    Kuching FAPahang FA
        
    Kuala Lumpur  Selangor FA
    06/11/2020
    0-0
    Recap
    08/11/2020
    2-1
    Kuala LumpurSelangor FA
      
    Sabah FAMelaka United FC

    The Malaysia Cup (Malay: Piala Malaysia) is an annual association football tournament in Malaysia. The cup was first held in 1921. Even though it is the nation’s oldest cup tournament, it is currently a secondary cup to the Malaysia FA Cup as the Malaysia FA Cup is the cup which is given the nation’s slot for continental cup tournament. The competition was previously managed by Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) before it was transferred to Football Malaysia LLP (now known as Malaysian Football League (MFL)) in the 2016 season.

    A new format was introduced for 2016 season where only the best eleven teams from Malaysia Super League (MSL) and five others from Malaysia Premier League (MPL) qualified to play in Malaysia Cup that season where the final position for the qualification was determined after the least game of first round of MSL and MPL. After all 16 teams has been identified, the team will be divided into four groups which then will compete in the tournament for the cup.