Every Top Eleven manager participates in the Cup, regardless of their performance and results in the previous season.
The Cup is formed of 64 clubs and starts on the first day of a new season. It begins with a play-off competition in which managers play two matches (one home and one away) against an opponent chosen at random from all participating teams.
The Cup final is played in a neutral venue, so no team will have a ball possession bonus by playing in their home stadium.
The main tie-break criteria for Cup matches is the away goals rule. This means that the team with more away goals will progress to the next stage. If there is still a draw between two teams after full time and extra time, penalty kicks will decide the winner of the clash (so make sure you choose the right players for penalties).