Fotbolti.net Cup is an annual pre-season tournament in Iceland. The tournament involves eight clubs from the top two leagues in Iceland, Úrvalsdeild and 1. deild, and uses a combination of group and knockout rounds to determine each team's final position in the competition. Matches begin in January, with tournament concluding at the beginning of February.
|Number of teams||8|
|Current champions||FH (1st title)|
|Most successful club(s)||Breiðablik (3 titles)|
|2015||UMF Víkingur Ólafsvík||HK Kópavogur||UMF Selfoss|
|2016||HK Kópavogur||Keflavík ÍF||Grótta|
A total of 6 clubs have appeared in the final, of whom 5 have won the competition. The most successful club in terms of wins and appearances in the final is Breiðablik with 3 wins from 3. Stjarnan have finished runners-up on more occasions than any other club with 3 defeats in the final. The most recent winner is FH, who defeated Stjarnan 4–2 on penalties, after the sides drew 2–2 in the 2017 final.
|Club||Wins||Last final won||Runners-up||Last final lost||Total final appearances|
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