Banana Cup

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The golden Banana Cup's trophy as it appears in Mario Kart 7.

The Banana Cup is comprised of four courses, each of which is taken from the nitro cups of previous Mario Kart games: the Mushroom Cup, Flower Cup, Star Cup and, since Mario Kart 8, also the Special Cup. The cup's symbol is a Banana Peel, and the cup's tracks are slightly more difficulty and/or longer when compared to those of the Shell Cup. Its length and difficultly is on par with the Flower Cup.


Game Course 1 Course 2 Course 3 Course 4
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SNES Donut Plains 1
N64 Frappe Snowland
GBA Bowser Castle 2
GCN Baby Park
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N64 Sherbet Land
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GBA Shy Guy Beach
MKWii DelfinoSquare.jpg
DS Delfino Square
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GCN Waluigi Stadium
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N64 Koopa Beach
SNES Mario Circuit 2
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Wii Coconut Mall
DS Waluigi Pinball
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GCN Dry Dry Desert
SNES Donut Plains 3
N64 Royal Raceway
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3DS DK Jungle

Mario Tennis Open[edit]

Donkey Kong winning the Banana Cup

In Mario Tennis Open, the Banana Cup is the third cup in the World Open series. It is played on the DK Jungle court. This cup can be unlocked by beating the Flower Cup, and once beaten will unlock the Champions Cup. The CPU difficulty is one step harder than that of the Flower Cup's.


Names in Other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バナナカップ
Banana Kappu
Spanish Copa Plátano -
French Coupe Banane -
Dutch Bananenbeker -
German Bananen-Cup -
Italian Trofeo Banana Banana Trophy
Russian Кубок банана -