List of Winners/Runners-Up of the Sikkim Governor's Gold Cup:
The Sikkim Governor's Gold Cup is the yearly big attraction of the Sikkim FA, with top teams from all over India coming nearly every year to the tiny Himalayan state in north-eastern India to participate.
The trophy for the Sikkim Governor's Gold Cup tournament was donated by the then Sikkim Governor B.B. Lall in 1979.
Calcutta's Mohun Bagan are the record title holders by winning the Sikkim Governor's Gold Cup 9 times since the start of the tournament but otherwise no other team has won the trophy more than two times.

Years Winners - Runners-Up Score : 1979 GMC, Gangtok - Border Security Force ?-? 1980 Mohammedan Sporting Club - Rajasthan Club, Calcutta ?-? 1981 Mafatlal, Mumbai - Indian Telephone Industries ?-? 1982 Punjab Police - Punjab State Electricity Board ?-? 1983 Punjab Police - Thimpu XI, Bhutan ?-? 1984 Mohun Bagan & Jamshedpur XI - joint winners due to murder of the then PM Indira Gandhi 1985 Mohun Bagan AC - Mohammedan Sporting Club ?-? 1986 Mohun Bagan AC - Mohammedan Sporting Club ?-? 1987 Sesa Sports Club - Mohammedan Sporting Club 0-0,5-3 [pen] 1988 JCF, Nepal - Eastern Command ?-? 1989 Mohun Bagan AC - Mohammedan Sporting Club ?-? 1990 RNAC, Nepal - Bank of India ?-? 1991 Mohun Bagan AC - Mohammedan Sporting Club 2-1 1992 Mohun Bagan AC - Mukti Joddha ?-? 1993 Rising Star - VSC, Bangladesh ?-? 1994 Mohun Bagan AC - Army XI ?-? 1995 Punjab Police - Mohun Bagan AC ?-? 1996 Air-India - Mohun Bagan AC 0-0;4-3 [pen] 1997 All-Nepal FA XI - East Bengal Club 2-1 1998 All-Nepal FA XI - Army XI 2-1 1999 Army XI - Kerala Police 3-1 2000 Mohun Bagan AC - Air-India 3-0 2001 Mohun Bagan AC - Arambagh Krira Chakra 4-0 2002 Border Security Force - Arambagh Krira Chakra 3-0 2003 Tata Football Academy - Air-India 1-0 2004 EverReady SA - All-Nepal FA XI 1-1,4-2 [pen] 2005 Border Security Force - Tata Football Academy 1-1,4-2 [pen] 2006 Air-India - Army XI 2-2,4-1 [pen] 2007 NRT - Three Star, Nepal 2-1

Sikkim Governor's Gold Cup Winners/Runners-Up:
9 [2] Mohun Bagan AC - Calcutta

2 [2] Air-India - Mumbai
2 [1] All-Nepal Football Association XI - Kathmandu, NEPAL
2 [1] Border Security Force - Jalandhar
2 [0] Punjab Police - Jalandhar

1 [5] Mohammedan Sporting Club - Calcutta
1 [3] Army XI
1 [1] Tata Football Academy - Jamshedpur
1 [0] EverReady Sports Association - Calcutta
1 [0] GMC - Gangtok
1 [0] Jamshedpur XI
1 [0] JCF - NEPAL
1 [0] Mafatlal - Mumbai
1 [0] NRT
1 [0] Punjab Police - Jalandhar
1 [0] RNAC - NEPAL
1 [0] Rising Star - Cuttack
1 [0] Sesa Sports Club - Goa

0 [2] Arambagh Krira Chakra - Dhaka, BANGLADESH
0 [1] Bank of India - Mumbai
0 [1] East Bengal Club
0 [1] Eastern Command
0 [1] Indian Telephone Industries - Bangalore
0 [1] Kerala Police - Thiruvananthapuram
0 [1] Mukti Joddha - Dhaka, BANGLADESH
0 [1] Punjab State Electricity Board - Hoshiarpur
0 [1] Rajasthan Club - Calcutta
0 [1] Thimpu XI - BHUTAN
0 [1] Three Star - NEPAL
0 [1] VSC - BANGLADESH

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