Accuracy
63%
Participated
42
Win/Loss
26/15
Accuracy
61%
Participated
39
Win/Loss
23/15
Accuracy
60%
Participated
36
Win/Loss
21/14
Accuracy
59%
Participated
32
Win/Loss
19/13
Accuracy
58%
Participated
37
Win/Loss
21/15
Accuracy
58%
Participated
37
Win/Loss
21/15
Accuracy
54%
Participated
38
Win/Loss
20/17
Accuracy
51%
Participated
36
Win/Loss
18/17
Accuracy
51%
Participated
38
Win/Loss
19/18
Accuracy
77%
Participated
22
Win/Loss
17/5
Accuracy
64%
Participated
22
Win/Loss
14/8
Accuracy
62%
Participated
40
Win/Loss
24/15
Accuracy
59%
Participated
23
Win/Loss
13/9
Accuracy
58%
Participated
37
Win/Loss
21/15
Accuracy
57%
Participated
36
Win/Loss
20/15
Accuracy
50%
Participated
37
Win/Loss
18/18
Accuracy
50%
Participated
29
Win/Loss
14/14
Accuracy
50%
Participated
22
Win/Loss
11/11

Regional Super50
Countries: West Indies
Administrator: Cricket West Indies
Format: List-A
First edition: 1972–73
Tournament format: Group stage and knockout
Number of teams: 8
Current champion: West Indies Emerging Team
Most successful: Trinidad and Tobago (12 titles)

The NAGICO Regional Super50 is the domestic one-day cricket competition in the West Indies. It was previously known as the KFC Cup until the fast-food chain pulled out of sponsorship in 2008 and the WICB Cup until 2011.

In recent years it has been run in a condensed format with the group stage taking place over approximately two to three weeks, immediately followed by the knock-out stages. Barbados are the current champions, after defeating Jamaica in the 2016-17 final, thanks to a century from Shai Hope. Trinidad and Tobago have won the most titles – 12, including one, shared).