The Telekom Cup (formerly known as T-Home Cup and LIGA total! Cup) is a German association football competition held since 2009.The competition features four teams of the Bundesliga, playing two semi-finals and a final. Up until 2015, a match lasted 60 minutes, with each half 30 minutes long. The tournament would be over two days, with two games in each day. In 2015 the rules changed, where there would only be one 45 minute period, and all four matches take place in the same day.

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  • The Telekom Cup (formerly known as T-Home Cup and LIGA total! Cup) is a German association football competition held since 2009. The competition features four teams of the Bundesliga, playing two semi-finals and a final. Up until 2015, a match lasted 60 minutes, with each half 30 minutes long. The tournament would be over two days, with two games in each day. In 2015 the rules changed, where there would only be one 45 minute period, and all four matches take place in the same day. The event took place in Gelsenkirchen in 2009 and 2010, Mainz in 2011, Hamburg in 2012, Mönchengladbach in 2013, again in Hamburg for the 2014 edition, and again in Mönchengladbach in 2015. FC Bayern Munich and Hamburger SV hold the most titles, with two each. Both have also participated in all seven years. It was announced that no 2016 tournament would be held. (en)
  • The Telekom Cup (formerly known as T-Home Cup and LIGA total! Cup) is a German association football competition held since 2009. The competition features four teams of the Bundesliga, playing two semi-finals and a final. Up until 2015, a match lasted 60 minutes, with each half 30 minutes long. The tournament would be over two days, with two games in each day. In 2015 the rules changed, where there would only be one 45 minute period, and all four matches take place in the same day. The event took place in Gelsenkirchen in 2009 and 2010, Mainz in 2011, Hamburg in 2012, Mönchengladbach in 2013, again in Hamburg for the 2014 edition, and again in Mönchengladbach in 2015. It was announced that no 2016 tournament would be held. The tournament was held again in 2017 with the tournament taking place in Düsseldorf. FC Bayern Munich hold the most titles, with three. They have participated in all seven years of the tournament. (en)
  • The Telekom Cup (formerly known as T-Home Cup and LIGA total! Cup) is a German association football competition held since 2009.The competition features four teams of the Bundesliga, playing two semi-finals and a final. Up until 2015, a match lasted 60 minutes, with each half 30 minutes long. The tournament would be over two days, with two games in each day. In 2015 the rules changed, where there would only be one 45 minute period, and all four matches take place in the same day. The event took place in Gelsenkirchen in 2009 and 2010, Mainz in 2011, Hamburg in 2012, Mönchengladbach in 2013, again in Hamburg for the 2014 edition, and again in Mönchengladbach in 2015. It was announced that no 2016 tournament would be held.The next tournament was held in winter 2017, with the tournament taking place in Düsseldorf. The tournament was held next in summer 2017, taking place in Mönchengladbach. Bayern Munich hold the most titles, with four. They are the only team to have participated in all nine editions of the tournament. (en)
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  • The Telekom Cup (formerly known as T-Home Cup and LIGA total! Cup) is a German association football competition held since 2009.The competition features four teams of the Bundesliga, playing two semi-finals and a final. Up until 2015, a match lasted 60 minutes, with each half 30 minutes long. The tournament would be over two days, with two games in each day. In 2015 the rules changed, where there would only be one 45 minute period, and all four matches take place in the same day. (en)
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