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Starting with the —08 season, only the first teams of every club may compete in the cup. There is a separate cup competition for the reserve teams.
The competition is held in a knock-out tournament format, with each round consisting of a single match. If scores are level, extra time will be played, and a penalty shootout follows, if necessary.
Home field advantage is determined by the draw, clubs share the revenue from the match. In the final, revenue is shared equally between the finalists and the Berlin FA.
From to it was not held, because the national Tschammerpokal was introduced. Beginning with the edition it was re-introduced as the "Gaupokal Berlin-Brandenburg", its winner qualifying for the national cup competition.
Little had changed, with the notable exception that no Brandenburg clubs participated. From , East Berlin clubs were no longer allowed to participate, they were incorporated into the East German football league system.
They managed to win the cup 5 times. From to the cup was held under the name "Karl-Heinz-Schulz-Pokal". Schulz was a sports journalist and coach.
Among other things he had coached the German rowing eight at the Olympic Games. Aged 39, he died after complications following surgery.
In there was no cup winner, as the penalty shootout was not yet introduced and Hertha 03 Zehlendorf took their traditional world tour immediately after the match, so a replay match could not be scheduled.
In the cup was renamed "Paul-Rusch-Pokal". Paul Rusch had been made first president of the Berlin FA in He held that position until All non-professional sides that participated in the regular league competitions held by the Berlin FA.
Since the —58 season, the cup winner has qualified for the national cup competition, the DFB-Pokal. After German reunification in football competition in East and West Berlin were unified in the —92 season.
Since then only two teams from the former East Berlin has been able to win the cup. FC Union Berlin won the cup in and BFC Dynamo won the cup for the first time and has gone on to win the cup at several times.
The Paul Rusch Cup rarely attracted more than regional interest. MSV Neuruppin. Ludwigsfelder FC. SV Frankonia Wernsdorf FSV Union Fürstenwalde.
SV Babelsberg FC Energie Cottbus. FC Frankfurt Oder. FSV 63 Luckenwalde. VfB Krieschow. SG Einheit Zepernick SV Grün-Weiss Ahrensfelde.
SV Altlüdersdorf. Oranienburger FC Eintracht Werderaner FC Viktoria BSC Fortuna Glienicke. SV Germania 90 Schöneiche.
FC Stahl Brandenburg. SG Union Klosterfelde. TSG Einheit Bernau. Brandenburger SC Süd Fortuna Babelsberg. RSV Eintracht TuS Sachsenhausen.
SV Eintracht Alt Ruppin. SV Victoria Seelow. FSV Optik Rathenow. FC Strausberg. SV Falkensee-Finkenkrug. FV Preussen Eberswalde.
FC Eisenhüttenstadt. VfB Hohenleipisch SV Zehdenick. Landesliga Kreisliga 1—2. Brandenburg Cup. Germany —45 Brandenburg — FDGB-Pokal — DDR-Liga — Clubs Competitions.
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