1989–90 Belgian Cup

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1989–90 Belgian Cup
Country  Belgium
Champions FC Liège
Runners-up Germinal Ekeren

The 1989–90 Belgian Cup was the 35th season of the main knockout competition in Belgian association football, the Belgian Cup.

Final rounds[edit]

The final phase started when all clubs from the top two divisions in Belgian football entered the competition in the round of 64 (18 clubs from first division, 16 clubs from second division and 30 clubs from the qualifications).[1] The first two rounds were played in one leg, while the next 3 rounds (round of 16, quarter-finals and semifinals) were played in two legs. The final game was played at the Heysel Stadium between FC Liège and Germinal Ekeren, FC Liège winning 2-1.

Bracket[edit]

  First Round Second Round Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                                                         
 Rita Berlaar 1  
 Leuven 2  
   Leuven 1  
   Genk 2  
 Looi Sport 0
 Genk 5  
   Genk 0 3  
   Waregem 1 2  
 Waregem 2  
 Bornem 0  
   Waregem 3
   Eeklo 1  
 Eeklo 3
 Saint-Gilloise 1  
   Genk 0 1  
   Lokeren 1 0  
 KV Mechelen 3  
 Heist Sportief 0  
   KV Mechelen 3
   Seraing 1  
 Seraing 4
 Overpelt Fabriek 0  
   KV Mechelen 1 2
   Lokeren 3 1  
 Lokeren 3  
 Oostende 3  
   Lokeren 2
   Lierse 0  
 Lierse 2
 KSK Roeselare 1  
   Lokeren 0 0  
   FC Liège 1 3  
 Tongeren 1  
 Hamme 0  
   Tongeren 0  
   Hoeselt 0  
 Antwerp 0
 Hoeselt 1  
   Hoeselt 0 1  
   FC Liège 1 6  
 FC Liège 6  
 Tienen 1  
   FC Liège 4
   Kortrijk 0  
 Kortrijk 8
 Lauwe 1  
   FC Liège 1 2
   Anderlecht 0 2  
 Eendracht Zele 1  
 Wavre 0  
   Eendracht Zele 2
   Lommel 5  
 Lommel 3
 Mol 1  
   Lommel 1 1
   Anderlecht 5 4  
 Cercle Brugge 1  
 Menen 0  
   Cercle Brugge 0
   Anderlecht 1  
 Hutoise 1
 Anderlecht 3  
   FC Liège 2  
     Germinal Ekeren 1  
 Ourodenberg-Aarschot 1
 Patro Eisden 0  
   Ourodenberg-Aarschot 2  
   KRC Mechelen 1  
 Oostham 1
 KRC Mechelen 3  
   Ourodenberg-Aarschot 1 0  
   Diest 1 4  
 Aubel 1  
 Diest 3  
   Diest 3
   Westerlo 2  
 Westerlo 1
 R Charleroi SC 0  
   Diest 2 0  
   Standard Liège 3 7  
 Gent 3  
 ROC Charleroi 0  
   Gent 2
   Beerschot 0  
 Beerschot 2
 Wervik 1  
   Gent 5 0
   Standard Liège 2 4  
 Wetteren 0  
 Standard Liège 1  
   Standard Liège 3
   Club Brugge 2  
 Club Brugge 6
 Mouscron 0  
   Standard Liège 1 0
 Germinal Ekeren 0 1  
 Zwarte Leeuw 0  
 Sint-Truiden 4  
   Sint-Truiden 3  
   Aalst 1  
 Aalst 3
 Hoogstraten 0  
   Sint-Truiden 1 3  
   Beveren 1 0  
 Francs Borains 0  
 Beveren 2  
   Beveren 4
   Heultje 1  
 Heultje 3
 Molenbeek 2  
   Sint-Truiden 0 0
   Germinal Ekeren 3 6  
 Sint-Niklase 0  
 Germinal Ekeren 4  
   Germinal Ekeren 3
   Turnhout 0  
 Berchem Sport 2
 Turnhout 3  
   Germinal Ekeren 1 2
   Boom 0 2  
 Harelbeke 0  
 Boom 2  
   Boom 1
   Beringen 0  
 Beringen 2
 Geel 0  

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hereng, Jacques & De Veene, Carlos (1990). Football. Artis-Historia. p. 44.