1990–91 Soviet Cup

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1990-91 Cup of USSR in Football
Country  Soviet Union
Champions CSKA Moscow
Runners-up Torpedo Moscow

The 1990-91 Soviet Cup was cup competition of the Soviet Union. The winner of the competition CSKA Moscow qualified for the continental tournament. Teams from Baltic states and Georgia withdrew from all of the Soviet competitions.

Competition schedule[edit]

First preliminary round[edit]

All games took place on April 14, 1990.

Alga Frunze 2:1 Vakhsh Kurgan-Tube
Bukovina Chernovtsy 2:0 Niva Ternopol
Volgar Astrakhan +:- FC Kutaisi
Volyn Lutsk 1:2 Tavria Simferopol
Vorskla Poltava 0:0 Niva Vinnitsa aet, pk 4:1
SFC Drogobych 2:1 Metallurg Zaporozhie
Zvezda Pr 5:0 Fakel Voronezh
Zenit Izhevsk 2:0 Kuban Krasnodar
Karpaty Lvov 2:1 Nistru Kishenev
Kolkheti Khb -:+ Dynamo Stavropol
Kolkheti 1913 Poti +:- Sanavardo Samtredia
Kremen Kremenchug 1:0 Tiras Tiraspol
Krylia Sovetov Samara 1:1 Gastello Ufa aet, pk 3:5
Mashuk Pyatigorsk +:- FC Batumi
Meliorator Chimkent 2:0 Kairat Alma-Ata
Metallurg Lipetsk 3:0 Rostselmash Rostov-on-Don
Neftyanik Fergana 4:0 Geolog Tyumen
Novbakhor +:- Neftchi Baku
Okean Nakhodka +:- Zvezda Irkutsk
SKA Odessa 0:0 Zenit Leningrad aet, pk 2:4
SKA Rostov-on-Don 3:2 Dynamo Sukhumi
Sogdiana Jizzak +:- Kuzbass Kemerovo
Tekstilshchik Kamyshyn 8:1 Kotaik
Terek Grozny 1:1 Spartak Vladikavkaz aet, pk 4:3
Torpedo Vladimir 3:0 Sokol Saratov
Torpedo Ryazan 1:2 Shinnik Yaroslavl
Traktor Pavlodar 2:0 Pakhtakor Tashkent
Uralmash Sverdlovsk 1:0 Lokomotiv Nizhniy Novgorod
Tselinnik Tse 3:2 Dynamo Barnaul
Tsement Novorossiysk 2:0 Zaria Lugansk

Second preliminary round[edit]

Games took place on May 2, 1990.

Gastello Ufa +:- Zvezda Perm
Daugava Riga 4:1 SFC Drogobich
Dynamo Stavropol +:- Terek Grozny
Zenit Izhevsk 0:0 Uralmash Sverdlovsk aet, pk 2:4
Zenit Leningrad 1:0 Vorskla Poltava
Karpaty Lvov +:- Kremen Kremenchug
Lokomotiv Moscow 3:1 Torpedo Vladimir
Mashuk Pyatigorsk +:- Kolkheti 1913 Poti
Neftyanik Fergana 6:0 Meliorator Chimkent
Novbakhor 1:2 Alga Frunze
SKA Rostov-on-Don 2:0 Tsement Novorossiysk aet
Tavria Simferopol 3:1 Bukovina Chernovtsy aet
Tekstilshchik Kamyshin 6:0 Volgar Astrakhan
Traktor Pavlodar +:- Okean Nakhodka
Tselinnik Tsel +:- Sogdiana Jizzak
Shinnik Yaroslavl 1:0 Metallurg Lipetsk

Round of 32[edit]

First games took place on May 22, 1990, while second games were initially scheduled on July 18-21. With the Soviet Union falling apart some games were played much later.

Alga Frunze 2:5 Dnepr Dnepropetrovsk 2:1, 0:4 (July 20)
Gastello Ufa 3:2 Rotor Volgograd 3:1, 0:1 (July 20)
Daugava Riga 2:5 Spartak Moscow 2:0, 0:5 (July 21)
Dynamo Stavropol +:- Iberia Tbilisi +:-, +:- (July 20)
Zenit Leningrad 1:4 Torpedo Moscow 1:2, 0:2 (July 19)
Karpaty Lvov 2:2 Metallist Kharkov 0:1, 2:1 (July 21)
Lokomotiv Moscow +:- Zalgiris Vilnius +:-, +:- (July 20)
Mashuk Pyatigorsk 1:4 Chernomorets Odessa 1:1, 0:3 (July 20)
Neftyanik Fergana 1:5 CSKA Moscow 0:2, 1:3 (July 21)
SKA Rostov-on-Don 2:6 Ararat Yerevan 2:1, 0:5 (November 3)
Tavria Simferopol 1:4 Dynamo Moscow 1:0, 0:4 (July 19)
Traktor Pavlodar 2:7 Dynamo Minsk 2:3, 0:4 (July 20)
Uralmash Sverdlovsk 5:5 Pamir Dushanbe 3:2, 2:3 (July 18)
Tselinnik Tsel 1:4 Shakhtyor Donetsk 0:2, 1:2 (July 20)
Shinnik Yaroslavl +:- Guria Lanchkhuti +:-, +:- (July 20)
Tekstilshchik Kamyshin +:- Dynamo Kiev 0:0, 1:7 (August 3)

Round of 16[edit]

First games took place on November 11-13, 1990, while most second games were played on November 17. Both games of Shinnik and Lokomotiv match up were played in March of 1991.

Gastello Ufa 1:4 Uralmash Sverdlovsk 1:2 (November 11), 0:2
Dynamo Minsk 4:2 Shakhtyor Donetsk 3:1 (November 11), 1:1
Dynamo Stavropol 1:2 Chernomorets Odessa 1:0 (November 11), 0:2
Tekstilshchik Kamyshin -:+ Ararat Yerevan 1:1 (November 11), -:+
CSKA Moscow 6:3 Dnepr Dnepropetrovsk 4:1 (November 11), 2:2
Torpedo Moscow 5:1 Karpaty Lvov 2:0 (November 12), 3:1
Dynamo Moscow 2:3 Spartak Moscow 1:1 (November 13), 1:2
Shinnik Yaroslavl -:+ Lokomotiv Moscow -:+ (March 1), 0:0 (March 5)

Quarterfinals[edit]

Most of games took place in the beginning of March in 1991, while the game with participation of Lokomotiv was postponed to April.

Torpedo Moscow 0:0 Spartak Moscow aet, pk 3:1 (March 1)
Ararat Yerevan 1:0 Chernomorets Odessa (March 3)
CSKA Moscow 4:1 Dynamo Minsk (March 5)
Lokomotiv Moscow 2:0 Uralmash Sverdlovsk (April 2)

Semifinals[edit]

Both games took place on May 10, 1991.

Lokomotiv Moscow 0:3 CSKA Moscow
Torpedo Moscow 0:0 Ararat Yerevan aet, pk 7:6

Final[edit]

The final game took place on June 23, 1991.

Torpedo Moscow 2:3 CSKA Moscow

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