|15 Dec 21||Benfica|| ||-||Covilha|
|15 Dec 21||Penafiel|| ||-||Sporting CP|
|15 Dec 21||Boavista|| ||-||Braga|
|15 Dec 21||FC Porto|| ||-||Rio Ave|
|28 Oct 21||Braga ||0 - 0|| ||F.C. Paços de|
|27 Oct 21||Guimaraes ||3 - 3|| ||Benfica|
|26 Oct 21||Sporting CP ||2 - 1|| ||Famalicao|
|26 Oct 21||Santa Clara ||3 - 1|| ||FC Porto|
|23 Sep 21||F.C. Paços de  ||1 - 2|| ||Boavista|
|22 Sep 21||Rio Ave ||2 - 2|| ||Santa Clara|
|22 Sep 21||Famalicao ||5 - 0|| ||Penafiel|
|21 Sep 21||Covilha ||0 - 2|| ||Guimaraes|
|01 Aug 21||Covilha ||3 - 1|| ||Mafra|
|01 Aug 21||SC Farense ||0 - 0|| ||Santa Clara|
The Taça da Liga, known outside Portugal as Portuguese League Cup, is an annual football club competition organised by the Liga Portuguesa de Futebol Profissional (LPFP) for teams competing in the Primeira Liga and LigaPro, the top two tiers of Portuguese football. Unlike the French and English league cups, the winners do not qualify for European competitions.
The Taça da Liga was established in the 2007–08 season, thus becoming the third official competition for professional clubs in Portugal, after a proposal by Sporting and Boavista was approved by LPFP members on 28 November 2006. For sponsorship reasons, it is currently known as Allianz Cup (with the English word cup).
Benfica are the most decorated team, having won a record seven trophies (four consecutively). The current holders are Braga, who defeated Porto in the 2020 final to secure their second title in the competition.
Academico Viseu -11
CD Nacional de -10
Estrela Amadora -11
F.C. Paços de Fe
Santa Clara -6
SC Farense -11