2002 Svenska Cupen

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2002 Svenska Cupen
Country Sweden
Teams 98
Champions Djurgårdens IF
Runners-up AIK
Matches played 97

Svenska Cupen 2002 was the forty-seventh season of the main Swedish football Cup. The competition started on 1 April 2002 and concluded on 9 November 2002 with the Final, held at Råsunda Stadium, Solna Municipality in Stockholms län. Djurgårdens IF won the final 1-0 against AIK.[1]

First round[edit]

There were 34 matches played between 1 April and 16 April 2002. There were 68 teams in the first round from Division 1, Division 2 and Division 3, but also including a few teams from Division 4 and Division 5.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Friska Viljor FC 4-0 Robertsfors IK
Bollstanäs SK 1-2 Syrianska FC
IK Fyris 0-2 Essinge IK International FC
Gamla Upsala SK 2-1 Vallentuna BK
Kvarnsvedens IK 0-2 Skiljebo SK
Bunkeflo IF 1-0 Högaborgs BK
Habo IF 1-3 Lundens AIS
Holmalunds IF 0-1 IK Oddevold
VoIF Diana 0-8 BK Forward
IF Lödde 0-2 IFK Hässleholm
AIK Atlas 0-3 Myresjö IF
Stavstens IF FK 5-2 Kulladals FF
Snöstorp Nyhem FF 2-1 Höllvikens GIF
Frinnaryds IF 2-5 IFK Motala
Oskarström IS 5-0 Brämhults IK
Gunnilse IS 2-0 IK Tord
Gerdskens BK 1-0 Askims IK
Mariestads BK 1-2 Husqvarna FF
Melleruds IF 1-0 Vara SK
Ulvåkers IF 2-3 Degerfors IF
KF Velebit 0-2 Tidaholms GoIF
Viksjöfors IF 0-5 Sandvikens IF
Lucksta IF 1-1
(aet, p. 4–2)
Östersunds FK
Morön BK 0-2 Bodens BK
Krylbo IF 2-1 Tillberga IK
Värtans IK 1-3 Eskilstuna City FK
BK Zeros 1-1
(aet, p. 5–3)
IFK Ölme
Bankeryds SK 0-2 Ytterby IS
IFK Tumbas FK 1-2 Spårvägens FF
IF Vindhemspojkarna 2-3 Väsby IK
Östra Ryds IF 1-2 Målilla GoIF
Vivalla-Lundby IF 0-4 Carlstad United BK
Visby IF Gute FK 0-4 IF Brommapojkarna
Svedala IF 3-4 Ängelholms FF

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Second round[edit]

In this round the 34 winning teams from the previous round were joined by 30 teams from Allsvenskan and Superettan. The 32 matches were played between 23 April and 4 May 2002.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Sandvikens IF 2-1 Trelleborgs FF
IFK Motala 0-7 Djurgårdens IF
IFK Hässleholm 0-0
(aet, p. 3–4)
GIF Sundsvall
Gunnilse IS 0-1 IFK Norrköping
Bunkeflo IF 3-0 Umeå FC
Krylbo IF 1-5 IFK Malmö FK
Snöstorp Nyhem FF 1-4 Hammarby IF
Husqvarna FF 2-5 IK Brage
Melleruds IF 2-3 (aet) Assyriska Föreningen
BK Forward 1-3 FC Café Opera United
Oskarström IS 0-6 Örgryte IS
IF Brommapojkarna 0-1 Helsingborgs IF
Eskilstuna City FK 4-5 Västerås SK FK
Ängelholms FF 2-0 Gefle IF
Myresjö IF 2-1 Västra Frölunda IF
Skiljebo SK 2-1 BK Häcken
Ytterby IS 1-4 Östers IF
Stavstens IF FK 1-3 Motala AIF FK
Friska Viljor FC 2-2
(aet, p. 3–4)
Malmö FF
Degerfors IF 3-1 IF Sylvia
Målilla GoIF 1-6 Gerdskens BK
Syrianska FC 4-1 Enköpings SK FK
Gamla Upsala SK 0-2 Mjällby AIF
BK Zeros 0-2 Kalmar FF
Lucksta IF 0-4 IF Elfsborg
Väsby IK 2-1 (aet) GAIS
Tidaholms GoIF 4-2 Landskrona BoIS
Bodens BK 2-3 AIK
Spårvägens FF 1-4 Halmstads BK
IK Oddevold 0-4 Örebro SK
Essinge IK International FC 2-0 Lundens AIS
Carlstad United BK 0-1 IFK Göteborg

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Third round[edit]

The 16 matches in this round were played between 7 May and 17 May 2002.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Djurgårdens IF 1-0 Sandvikens IF
Östers IF 1-3 Degerfors IF
GIF Sundsvall 3-2 Tidaholms GoIF
Väsby IK 3-1 Skiljebo SK
Assyriska Föreningen 1-3 IFK Malmö FK
Gerdskens BK 1-5 Örebro SK
Hammarby IF 3-1 Halmstads BK
IK Brage 1-2 Myresjö IF
Mjällby AIF 0-2 Ängelholms FF
Bunkeflo IF 3-2 (aet) Essinge IK Intern FC
Kalmar FF 1-2 IF Elfsborg
AIK 4-0 Motala AIF FK
Helsingborgs IF 0-3 Malmö FF
IFK Norrköping 0-5 Västerås SK FK
Örgryte IS 4-0 FC Café Opera United
IFK Göteborg 4-1 Syrianska FC

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Fourth round[edit]

The 8 matches in this round were played between 26 June and 27 June 2002.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Degerfors IF 1-2 AIK
Myresjö IF 3-4 (aet) Malmö FF
Ängelholms FF 0-0
(aet, p. 1–3)
Väsby IK
Örebro SK 5-2 GIF Sundsvall
IFK Göteborg 5-0 Bunkeflo IF
IF Elfsborg 3-1 Västerås SK FK
IFK Malmö FK 1-5 Djurgårdens IF
Örgryte IS 2-3 (aet) Hammarby IF

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Quarter-finals[edit]

The 4 matches in this round were played between 18 July and 26 July 2002.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
AIK 2-0 Hammarby IF
Malmö FF 4-2 Örebro SK
Djurgårdens IF 3-2 (aet) Väsby IK
IF Elfsborg 1-1
(aet, p. 4–3)
IFK Göteborg

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Semi-finals[edit]

The semi-finals were played on 26 September 2002.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
IF Elfsborg 0-1 AIK
Djurgårdens IF 4-0 Malmö FF

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Final[edit]

The final was played on 9 November 2002 at the Råsunda Stadium.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
AIK 0-1 (aet) Djurgårdens IF

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