2009–10 Latvian Football Cup

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Latvian Football Cup 2009–10 was the sixty-eighth season of the Latvian annual football knock-out competition. For the first time the cup season switched from calendar year to fall/spring season. The winners, Jelgava, qualified for the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League 2010–11.

First round[edit]

October 17, 2009
FK Staiceles Bebri 4–4 SK Upesciems aet, p. 1–3
FK Madona/Kvarcs 3–0 FK Pļaviņas DM
FK Balvu Vilki/Mārupe 1–0 FK Priekuļi
RFS Flaminko 10–0 JFC Dobele/Spartak
FK Tukuma brāļi 3–3 COLDGEL/Varavīksne aet, p. 3–5
October 18, 2009
FK Olaine 0–1 FK Jelgava/BJSS
FK Ozolnieki 1–1 FK Viesulis aet, p. 5–3
FK Valka 5–1 FK Alberts
FK Ādaži/SVPDD 3–2 FB Gulbene 2005 aet
Bauskas rajona BJSS 4–1 FK Elvi aet

Second round[edit]

October 24, 2009
FK Madona/Kvarcs 0–4 FS Metta-LU Rīga
FK Balvu Vilki/Mārupe 2–3 SK Upesciems aet
FK Valka 0–0 FK Auda aet, p. 4–2
RFS Flaminko 0–1 COLDGEL/Varavīksne
FK Ozolnieki 0–6 FK Jelgava
Bauskas rajona BJSS 0–2 FC Jūrmala
October 25, 2009
FK Jelgava/BJSS 1–8 FK Kauguri/PBLC
FK Ādaži/SVPDD 1–4 FC Daugava

Third round[edit]

April 2, 2010
FC Jūrmala 0–4 FK Ventspils
FC Daugava 1–4 SK Liepājas Metalurgs
April 3, 2010
FK Kauguri/PBLC walkover Skonto FC FK Kauguri/PBLC retired from competition
FK Jelgava 2–1 FC Tranzīts aet
FS Metta/LU 1–3 FK Daugava/RFS
April 4, 2010
COLDGEL/Varavīksne 0–2 JFK Olimps/RFS
SK Upesciems 0–5 SK Blāzma
FK Valka 0–13 FK Jūrmala-VV

Quarterfinals[edit]

The eight winners from the previous round compete in this round. These matches took place on 14 April 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
FK Jūrmala-VV 4–0 SK Blāzma
FK Daugava/RFS 0–4 JFK Olimps/RFS
FK Ventspils 0–0 (aet)
(p) 6–7
Skonto FC
SK Liepājas Metalurgs 1–1 (aet)
(p) 6–7
FK Jelgava

Semifinals[edit]

The four winners from the previous round compete in this round. These matches took place on 28 April 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Skonto Riga 1–1 (aet)
(p) 3–4
Jelgava
RFS/Olimps 1–3 Jūrmala

Final[edit]

19 May 2010
18:40 CEST
Jelgava 2–2 (p. 6–5) Jūrmala

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