|Qualifier for||UEFA Europa Conference League|
|Current champions||Koper (4th title)|
|Most successful club(s)||Maribor (9 titles)|
|2022–23 Slovenian Football Cup|
The Slovenian Football Cup (Slovene: Pokal Nogometne zveze Slovenije, pronounced [pɔˈkáːl nɔɡɔˈméːtnɛ ˈzʋéːzɛ slɔˈʋèːnijɛ]) is the top knockout tournament of Slovenian football and the second most important football competition in Slovenia after the Slovenian PrvaLiga championship. The cup was established in 1991 following the breakup of Yugoslavia. Since 2020, it has been known as Pokal Pivovarna Union after its headline sponsor, the Union Brewery.
As of 2022, a total of 17 clubs have reached the cup final; the most successful side in the history of the competition is Maribor, who have triumphed 9 times in their 14 cup final appearances. They are followed by Olimpija and Koper, who both won four titles. Primorje hold the record for most appearances in the final without winning the title, finishing as runners-up in three consecutive finals between 1996 and 1998. Aluminij and Nafta 1903 are the only sides from outside the top flight which managed to reach the cup final, having finished as runners-up in 2002 and 2020, respectively.
Koper are the defending champions, having beaten Bravo 3–1 in the 2022 final.
Until 2021, the Slovenian Cup was contested by a total of 28 clubs: 18 lower league sides that qualified via regional cups organised by the Intercommunal Football Associations, and 10 teams that competed in the Slovenian PrvaLiga the previous season. In the first round proper, 18 lower league clubs were joined by the six lower placed top flight clubs. The twelve winners were then joined by the best four top flight clubs who automatically entered the second round proper. The games were played in a single leg knock-out format until the quarter-finals and semi-finals when home and away matches were played and aggregate scores were taken into account. Since 2005 the final is also held as a single-legged match, although it was a two-legged affair in the period between 1994 and 2004.
From the 2022–23 season, the format has been completely revised. The number of teams in the first round has increased to 120, and each team that applies can play in the preliminary rounds. Four teams that represent Slovenia in UEFA competitions joins the competition in the second round. In all rounds, only one match is played, and the seeding system was abolished; also, the lower league teams do not automatically play their matches at home anymore.
|Match ended after extra time|
|Match decided by a penalty shoot-out after the extra time|
|Match decided on aggregate score in a two-legged tie|
|Italic||Team from outside the top flight|
|1997–98||Rudar Velenje||4–2 (agg.)||Primorje|
|1999–2000||Olimpija||3–2 (agg.)||Korotan Prevalje|
|2002–03||Olimpija||3–3 (agg.) (a)||Celje|
|2009–10||Maribor||3–2 (a.e.t.)||Domžale||Ljudski vrt||6,000|
|2018–19||Olimpija Ljubljana||2–1||Maribor||Stadion Z'dežele||8,623|
|2019–20||Mura||2–0||Nafta 1903||NNC Brdo||200|
Teams shown in italics are no longer in existence.
|Club||Winners||Last final won||Runners-up||Last final lost|