2010–11 Swiss Cup

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2010–11 Swiss Cup
Country   Switzerland
Teams 64
Champions FC Sion
Runners-up Neuchâtel Xamax

The 2010–11 Swiss Cup was the 86th season of Switzerland's annual football cup competition. It began on 18 September 2010 with the first games of Round 1 and ended on 29 May 2011 with the Final. The winners, FC Sion, claimed their 12th cup overall and will qualify for the play-off round of the UEFA Europa League.

Participating clubs[edit]

All ten Super League teams and fifteen Challenge League clubs (FC Vaduz are from Liechtenstein and thus play in the 2010–11 Liechtenstein Cup) entered this year's competition, as well as 13 teams from 1. Liga and 26 teams from lower leagues. Teams from 1. Liga and below had to qualify through separate qualifying rounds within their leagues.

2010–11 Super League
10 teams
2010–11 Challenge League
15 teams
2010–11 1. Liga
13 teams
Amateur teams
26 teams

Fourth level

Fifth level

  • FC Béroche-Gorgier
  • SC Binningen
  • FC Champvent
  • FC Collex-Bossy
  • US Collombey-Muraz
  • FC Entfelden
  • FC Flawil
  • FC Subingen

Sixth level

  • Racing Club Zürich
  • FC Uznach

Teams in bold are still active in the competition.

Round 1[edit]

Teams from Super League and Challenge League were seeded in this round. In a match, the home advantage was granted to the team from the lower league, if applicable.

The games were played on 18, 19 and 22 September 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
18 September 2010
CS Chênois 1–3 FC Chiasso
Racing Club Zürich 1–7 Yverdon-Sport FC
Black Stars Basel 5–0 SC Brühl
FC Seefeld Zürich 1–3 AC Bellinzona
FC Wettswil-Bonstetten 0–2 Servette FC
SC Binningen 0–2 FC Baulmes
FC Spiez 0–7 BSC Young Boys
FC Uznach 1–3 Neuchâtel Xamax
FC Bavois 1–3 FC Aarau
SC Buochs 2–1 (aet) SR Delémont
FC Collex-Bossy 5–1 FC Champvent
FC Flawil 1–5 (aet) FC St. Gallen
ES FC Malley 3–2 (aet) Grand-Lancy FC
FC Schötz 0–6 FC Zürich
US Collombey-Muraz 4–0 FC Courtételle
FC Eschenbach 1–3 (aet) FC Wohlen
FC Liestal 2–5 FC Schaffhausen
Losone Sportiva 0–3 FC Biel-Bienne
FC Meyrin 1–3 FC Locarno
FC Montreux-Sports 1–2 FC Grenchen
FC Subingen 0–1 FC Gumefens/Sorens
AC Taverne 0–4 FC Sion
FC Le Mont 1–5 SC Kriens
19 September 2010
FC Ibach 0–2 AC Lugano
FC Béroche-Gorgier 0–9 Grasshoppers Zürich
SC Cham 0–4 FC Thun
FC Entfelden 0–3 FC Luzern
FC Freienbach 2–3 (aet) FC Winterthur
FC Tuggen 2–1 FC Wil
FC Mendrisio-Stabio 0–5 FC Basel
FC Perly-Certoux 0–1 Stade Nyonnais
22 September 2010
FC Langenthal 2–5 FC Lausanne-Sport

Round 2[edit]

The winners of Round 1 played in this round. Teams from Super League were seeded, the home advantage was granted to the team from the lower league, if applicable.

The games were played on 15, 16 and 17 October 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
15 October 2010
Yverdon-Sport FC 0–2 FC Basel
16 October 2010
Black Stars Basel 0–3 AC Lugano
SC Buochs 0–3 FC Thun
FC Tuggen 4–0 FC Grenchen
US Collombey-Muraz 2–5 BSC Young Boys
FC Collex-Bossy 0–5 FC Sion
FC Wohlen 5–1 FC Winterthur
FC Lausanne-Sport 0–2 AC Bellinzona
FC Chiasso 0–0 (aet, p. 3–4) Neuchâtel Xamax
ES FC Malley 0–3 FC Biel-Bienne
17 October 2010
FC Baulmes 2–5 Servette FC
FC Gumefens/Sorens 0–12 Grasshoppers Zürich
FC Locarno 0–3 FC Zürich
Stade Nyonnais 1–2 FC Luzern
FC Schaffhausen 2–6 FC St. Gallen
FC Aarau 2–3 SC Kriens

Round 3[edit]

The winners of Round 2 played in this round, the home advantage was granted to the team from the lower league, if applicable.

The games were played on 20–21 November 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
20 November 2010
FC Tuggen 0–4 FC Zürich
Servette FC 1–1 (aet, p. 3–4) FC Basel
FC St. Gallen 0–1 FC Thun
21 November 2010
AC Lugano 2–3 (aet) FC Sion
FC Biel-Bienne 2–2 (aet, p. 5–3) FC Luzern
SC Kriens 1–2 BSC Young Boys
Neuchâtel Xamax 1–0 AC Bellinzona
FC Wohlen 1–2 Grasshoppers Zürich

Quarterfinals[edit]

The winners of Round 3 played in this round. The games were played on 2 and 3 March 2011.

2 March 2011
19:00
Grasshoppers Zürich 1 – 2[1] FC Sion
Abrashi Goal 56' Mrdja Goal 19'
Obradović Goal 87'
Letzigrund
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Alain Bieri

2 March 2011
19:45
FC Thun 1 – 1 (aet) Neuchâtel Xamax
Klose Goal 120' Tréand Goal 106'
  Penalties  
Matić Penalty missed
Schneider Penalty missed
Taljevic Penalty missed
0 – 3[1] Tréand Penalty scored
Gohou Penalty scored
Niasse Penalty scored
Stadion Lachen
Attendance: 2,385
Referee: Stephan Studer

2 March 2011
20:15
BSC Young Boys 3 – 4 (aet)[1] FC Zürich
Farnerud Goal 54'
Bienvenu Goal 56'
MayukaGoal 82'
Schönbächler Goal 5'
Margairaz Goal 41' Goal 116'
Chermiti Goal 49'
Stade de Suisse
Attendance: 12,195
Referee: Massimo Busacca

3 March 2011
19:30
FC Biel-Bienne 3 – 1[1] FC Basel
Egli Goal 53'
Morello Goal 80'
EtoundiGoal 84'
(Report) (German) Kehrli Goal 43' (o.g.)
Gurzelen Stadion
Attendance: 6,500
Referee: Daniel Wermelinger

Semifinals[edit]

The winners of the Quarterfinals played this round. The games were played on 25 and 28 April 2011.


28 April 2011
20:15 CET
FC Sion 2 – 1[2] FC Biel-Bienne
Sio Goal 62'
Vanczák Goal 85'
Kehrli Goal 43'
Stade Tourbillon
Attendance: 14,600
Referee: Massimo Busacca

Final[edit]

The Final was played between the two Semifinal winners and took place at St. Jakob-Park in Basel.

29 May 2011
16:30 CET
Neuchâtel Xamax 0 – 2[3] FC Sion
Sio Goal 2'
Vanczák Goal 6'
St. Jakob-Park, Basel
Attendance: 37,500
Referee: Jérôme Laperrière

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d SFV (2011). "Schweizer Cup (1/4 - Final)". SFV. Retrieved 2011-03-03. 
  2. ^ a b SFV (2011). "Schweizer Cup (1/2 - Final)". SFV. Retrieved 2011-04-25. 
  3. ^ SFV (2011). "Schweizer Cup (Final)". SFV. Retrieved 2011-05-29.