2009–10 Estonian Cup

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2009–10 Estonian Cup
Eesti Karikas
Country Estonia
Teams 78
Champions FC Levadia Tallinn (6th title)
Runners-up FC Flora Tallinn

2009–10 Estonian Cup was the twentieth season of the Estonian football knockout tournament organized by Estonian Football Association. Winners of the cup qualified for the second qualifying round of the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League. The defending champions were Flora Tallinn.

Clubs participating[edit]

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Date[1] Home team Score[2] Away team
Tamme Auto Kiviõli II w/o JK Nõmme Kalju III
Jul 4 Tartu Ülikool Fauna 3–1
(a.e.t.)
Tabasalu Palliklubi II
Jul 17 JK Alti Rapla 0–0
(4–5 pen.)
JK Kotkad Tallinn
Jul 21 JK Alko Kohtla-Järve w/o JK Kaitseliit Kalev Tallinn II
Jul 21 FC Tabivere 0–19 JK Sillamäe Kalev
Jul 21 JK Nõmme Kalju 10–0 JK Kadakas Kernu
Jul 21 JK Viljandi Tulevik 3–1 HaServ Tartu
Jul 21 FC Metropool Pärnu 0–5 FC Narva Trans
Jul 21 Võru JK 2–1
(a.e.t.)
JK Tammeka Tartu II
Jul 22 FC Flora Rakvere 9–1 SK Tapa
Jul 22 Tallinna JK Legion 0–2
(a.e.t.)
Paide Linnameeskond
Jul 22 JK Reliikvia Pirita w/o FC Ajax Lasnamäe
Jul 22 FC Warrior Valga 3–0 FC EBS Team Tallinn
Jul 22 FC Kose 3–2
(a.e.t.)
Kumake Paide
Jul 22 FC Reaal Tallinn 0–17 FC Lootus Kohtla-Järve
Jul 22 JK Jalgpallihaigla 0–0
(4–5 pen.)
FC Haiba
Jul 22 JK Ganvix Türi 6–0 FC Hansa United Tallinn
Jul 22 JK Alti Rapla II 0–12 JK Sörve
Jul 22 SK 10 Premium Tartu 2–3 JK Kalev Sillamäe II
Jul 22 JK Tulevik Viljandi II 3–1 JK Kaitseliit Kalev Tallinn
Jul 29 Saue JK 1–2 FC Atletik Tallinn
Jul 29 SK 10 Premium Tartu II 1–3 FC Igiliikur Viimsi
Jul 29 WC Guwalda Pärnu 1–6 JK Nõmme Kalju II
Jul 29 SK EMÜ Tartu 3–2 Saaremaa JK
Tamme Auto Kiviõli II withdrew from the competition before the dates were drawn.

Teams with bye[edit]

Levadia, Flora II, Otepää, Noorus 96, Esteve, Olympic, Hell Hunt, Keskerakond, Toompea, Quattromed, Metec, Püsivus, Keskerakond II, Kalev Tallinn, Piraaja, Twister, Tammeka, Flora, aameraaS, Aspen, Toompea 1994, Soccernet, Eston Villa, Kuressaare, Elva II, HansaNet.ee, Tabasalu, A&A Kinnisvara, Rada II, Tamme Auto, Velldoris, Orbiit, Lootos, Rada, Elva, Nõmme United, Koeru, Navi, Kristiine, FCF Järva-Jaani.

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Date[3] Home team Score[4] Away team
Lootus w/o Navi
Aug 4 Kose 0–8 Kuressaare
Aug 5 Soccernet 1–3 Olympic
Aug 5 Tulevik 5–1 Esteve
Aug 5 Elva II 0–9 Trans
Aug 5 Kalev Sillamäe w/o Keskerakond
Aug 5 Kalev Tallinn 3–1 aaMeraaS
Aug 5 Warrior 8–3 Elva
Aug 5 Flora Järva-Jaani 0–2 Flora Tallinn II
Aug 5 Ajax Lasnamäe w/o Hell Hunt
Aug 5 Kalev Sillamäe II 1–0 Flora Rakvere
Aug 5 Fauna 0–10 Tamme Auto
Aug 5 Metec 1–5 Võru
Aug 5 Koeru 4–0 Igiliikur
Aug 5 Lootos 5–1 Noorus 96
Aug 5 Kalju III 0–3 Tammeka
Aug 5 Kristiine 1–2 Tabasalu
Aug 11 Quattromed 1–3 Atletik
Aug 11 Alko 0–3 Levadia
Aug 11 Kalju II 10–1 Püsivus
Aug 11 HansaNet.ee w/o Keskerakond II
Aug 13 A&A Kinnisvara 2–7 Orbiit
Aug 19 Sörve 0–1 Maaülikool
Aug 19 Ganvix 3–0 Velldoris
Aug 19 Haiba 2–1 Rada
Aug 25 Rada II 0–9 Flora Tallinn
Aug 25 Kalju 6–0 Kotkad
Aug 25 Paide 2–3 Otepää
Aug 25 Toompea 3–3
(3–4 pen.)
Nõmme Utd
Aug 26 Tulevik II 13–0 Twister
Aug 26 Eston Villa 4–0 Aspen
Sep 2 Toompea 1994 0–4 Piraaja
Navi Vutiselts withdrew from the competition before the dates were announced.

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Date Home team Score Away team
Sep 1 Lootos 2–5 Kuressaare
Sep 2 Trans 13–0 Haiba
Sep 2 Kalev Tallinn 8–1 Koeru
Sep 2 Maaülikool 0–5 Flora Tallinn II
Sep 2 Võru w/o HansaNet.ee
Sep 2 Ajax Lasnamäe 0–3 Lootus
Sep 2 Kalju 5–0 Tulevik II
Sep 8 Kalev Sillamäe II 0–5 Levadia
Sep 8 Warrior 1–0 Kalju II
Sep 8 Olympic 2–3 Tammeka
Sep 9 Orbiit 1–3 Ganvix
Sep 9 Atletik 2–1
(a.e.t.)
Eston Villa
Sep 16 Kalev Sillamäe 3–1
(a.e.t.)
Tulevik
Sep 30 Nõmme Utd 5–2 Tamme Auto
Sep 30 Piraaja 5–3
(a.e.t.)
Tabasalu
Oct 6 Flora Tallinn 4–1 Otepää

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Quarter-finals[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

Final[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Loositi karikavõistluste avaringi paarid". jalgpall.ee (in Estonian). EJL. 16 June 2009. Retrieved 23 July 2009. 
  2. ^ "Värsked karikamängude tulemused". jalgpall.ee (in Estonian). EJL. 22 June 2009. Retrieved 23 July 2009. 
  3. ^ "Selgusid 1/32-finaalide toimumisajad ja -kohad". jalgpall.ee (in Estonian). EJL. 28 July 2009. Retrieved 28 July 2009. 
  4. ^ "Kõik karikavõistluste 1/32-finaalide mängud: lõppenud ja eesseisvad". jalgpall.ee (in Estonian). EJL. 26 August 2009. Retrieved 26 August 2009. 

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