2011–12 Austrian Cup

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2011–12 Austrian FA Cup
ÖFB-Cupfinale 2012 Pokalübergabe 01.JPG
Red Bull Salzburg celebrating
Country  Austria
Teams 97
Champions FC Red Bull Salzburg
Runners-up SV Ried

The 2011–12 Austrian Cup (German: ÖFB-Cup) was the 78th season of Austria's nationwide football cup competition. It commenced with the matches of the Preliminary Round in July 2011 and concluded with the Final on 20 May 2012. The runner-up of the competition, defending champion SV Ried, qualified for the second qualifying round[1] of the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League, as domestic champion FC Red Bull Salzburg gained their first double with a 3-0 victory in Ernst-Happel-Stadion.

Participating teams[edit]

The teams the Bundesliga, the First League, the two losers of the First League Relegation Playoff and the winner of the 9 winner of the province cups.

The teams of the preliminary round were nominated by the 9 province-FAs.[2]

First Round
Austrian Bundesliga First League Regionalliga Landesliga
Austria Wien
Admira
Kapfenberger SV
SV Mattersburg
Rapid Wien
Red Bull Salzburg
Ried
Sturm Graz
Wacker Innsbruck
Wiener Neustadt
SC Rheindorf Altach
SV Grödig
TSV Hartberg
FC Blau-Weiß Linz
LASK Linz
Austria Lustenau
FC Lustenau
WAC St. Andrä
SKN St. Pölten
First Vienna
WSG Wattens
Parndorf
Villacher SVCW
RB Salzburg BCW
FC DornbirnCW
SC Schwaz(Tyr)CW
SV Grieskirchen(UA)CW
SC Weiz(Sty)CW
SV St. Margarethen (Bgl)CW
FC Hellas Kagran(2.Vie)CW
SC Brunn am Gebirge(2.LA) CW
Preliminary Round
Regionalliga East Regionalliga Central Regionalliga West Landesliga
Austria Wien B
1.Simmeringer SC
Wiener Sport-Club
Rapid B
SV Schwechat
Admira B
SV Horn
FAC
SKU Amstetten
1.FC Sollenau
SC Ritzing q
SC Neusiedl am See 1919q
SV Stegersbachq
FC Gratkorn
LASK Linz B
GAK
SV Allerheiligen
FC Pasching
Union St. Florian
Austria Klagenfurt
Union Vöcklamarkt
SV Gleinstätten
DSV Leoben
SAK Klagenfurt
Sturm Graz B
FC Wels
SK Vorwärts Steyr
SV Kapfenberg B
USK Anif
SV Austria Salzburg
FC Kufstein
Wacker Innsbruck B
SC Bregenz
St.Johann
FC Hard
Altach B
TSV Neumarkt
Union Innsbruck
SV Hall
Lower Austria
SC Retz b
ASC Götzendorfb
ASK Bad Vöslau b
FC Mistelbach b
SC Zwettl b
SKN St.Pölten B b
FC Schwadorf b
Vienna
ISS Admira b
Post SV b
Burgenland
ASK Baumgartenq ASK Klingenbachq
ASK Kohfidischq
ASK Stinatzq
Upper Austria
SV Sierning b
SV Ried B b
SV Bad Schallerbach b
Donau Linz b
Carinthia
ATSV Wolfsbergb
SK Treibachb
SVG Bleiburg
SG Nessl Drautal
Styria
ASK Voitsbergr
SV Frohnleitenb
FC Gleisdorf 09b
Tyrol:
SVG Reichenaur
SC Kundl b
Salzburg
SV Grödig BNote CR

Notes:

Salzburg (state) Salzburg:SV Grödig B is qualified as Salzburg Cup runners-up [3]

b : Nominated as Best placed team(s) in Landesliga [4][citation needed]

r : Relegated from Regionalliga

r : Qualified as Burgenland preliminary winner[5]

Schedule[edit]

Final of the 2011–12 Austrian Cup (33).jpg

5–7 August 2011: 1st Round
20–21 September 2011: 2nd Round
25–26 October 2011: Round of 16
10–11 April 2012: Quarter-Finals
1-2 Mai 2012: Semifinals
20 Mai 2012: Final

Preliminary round[edit]

The Preliminary Round involved 66 amateur clubs from all regional federations, divided into smaller groups according to the Austrian federal states. The draw for this round was conducted in Vienna (Ernst Happel Stadion) on 6 July 2011.[6]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
15 July 2011
Kapfenberg B 2–0 Voitsberg
18 July 2011
ATSV Wolfsberg 1–0 Bleiburg
22 July 2011
Sollenau 3–1 Mistelbach
Donau Linz 2–1 Bad Schallerbach
FAC 1–2 Post SV
FC Gratkorn 4–2 GAK
Austria Wien B 4–0 1.Simmeringer SC
Zwettel 0–4 Admira B
Sturm Graz B 5–1 Frohnleiten
Vorwärts Steyr 2–1 Sierning
Amstetten 2–0 Horn
Hall 0–2 Kundl
Schwechat 0–1 Rapid B
St.Johann 1–2 Neumarkt
Vöcklamarkt 4–0 Neuhof-I./SV Ried
Allerheiligen 2–0 Gleinstätten
Baumgarten 3–2 Klingenbach
Stegersbach 4–2 Kohfidisch
Götzendorf 4–1 Neusiedl
23 July 2011
Bad Vöslau 3–0 SKN St. Pölten Amateure
Drautal 3–6 Austria Klagenfurt
SAK Klagenfurt 3–0 Treibach
Admira Landhaus 1–4 Wiener SK
Retz 3–1 Schwadorf
Austria Salzburg 2–0 Anif
Grödig 2–1 Kufstein
Reichenau 5–1 Wacker Innsbruck B
Union Innsbruck 4–1 Rheindorf Altach B
Hard 2–3 Bregenz
Gleisdorf 1–3 Leoben
Union St. Florian 2–0 (a.e.t.) Wels
Stinatz 2–2 (a.e.t.)
7–5 (pen.)
Ritzing
24 July 2011
LASK Juniors 1–1 (a.e.t.)
6–5 (pen.)
Pasching

First Round[edit]

The draw for this round was on 25 July 2011. The matches took place on 5 through 7 August 2011.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
5 August 2011
Wiener SK 1–2 Bad Vöslau
Allerheiligen 1–0 Vöcklamarkt
Dornbirn 4–0 Stegersbach
Post SV 0–3 Kapfenberger SV
Amstetten 4–1 Schwaz
Donau Linz 0–3 SV Grödig
Wolfsberg 1–2 WAC St. Andrä
DSV Leoben 2–3 FC Lustenau
Austria Wien B 4–0 First Vienna
Götzendorf 3–2 SKN St. Pölten
Rapid Wien B 1–0 Wiener Neustadt
Kundl 0–3 TSV Hartberg
Sturm Graz B 2–5 (a.e.t.) LASK Linz
6 August 2011
Red Bull Salzburg B 5–0 SC Brunn am Gebirge
WSG Wattens 2–2 (a.e.t.)
3–5 (pen.)
St.Margarethen
Union Innsbruck 3–2 Grieskirchen
SC Weiz 5–1 Neumarkt
Parndorf 3–0 Austria Salzburg
LASK Linz B 0–7 Rapid Wien
SAK Klagenfurt 3–1 Sollenau
Stinatz 1–3 FC Blau-Weiß Linz
SC Hellas Kagran 0–4 Wacker Innsbruck
SV Kapfenberg B 1–3 SV Mattersburg
SC Bregenz 0–2 Austria Lustenau
Vorwärts Steyr 1–6 Admira
SV Grödig B 0–4 Sturm Graz
Union St.Florian 2–0 SC Rheindorf Altach
7 August 2011
Gratkorn 0–3 Ried
Admira Wacker Mödling B 1–3 Austria Wien
Reichenau 0–0 (a.e.t.)
4–1 (pen.)
Austria Klagenfurt
Villach 4–2 SC Retz
Baumgarten 0–3 Red Bull Salzburg

Second Round[edit]

The winners from the previous round compete in this stage of the competition. These matches were played on 20 and 21 September 2011.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
20 September 2011
Union Innsbruck 0 – 7 Austria Lustenau
Rapid Wien B 4 – 2 WAC St. Andrä
Austria Wien B 0 – 5 LASK Linz
Dornbirn 0 – 2 SV Grödig
Parndorf 0 – 1 Admira Wacker Mödling
Union St.Florian 0 – 2 FC Blau-Weiß Linz
Villach 1 – 2 TSV Hartberg
Götzendorf 2 – 3 Ried
Amstetten 2 – 4 FC Lustenau
21 September 2011
Red Bull Salzburg B 1 – 1 (a.e.t.)
6–5 (pen.)
SV Mattersburg
Bad Vöslau 1 – 4 Rapid Wien
SAK Klagenfurt 0 – 4 Salzburg
Reichenau 2 – 1 Kapfenberg
SC Weiz 0 – 4 Sturm Graz
Allerheiligen 1 – 3 Austria Wien
St.Margarethen 0 – 3 Wacker Innsbruck

Third Round[edit]

The winners from the previous round compete in this stage of the competition. These matches were played on 25 and 26 October 2011.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
25 October 2011
Wacker Innsbruck 0 − 1 SV Grödig
Red Bull Salzburg B 3 − 1 FC Blau-Weiß Linz
Austria Lustenau 4 − 1 FC Lustenau
Rapid Wien 1 − 2 (a.e.t.) SV Ried
26 October 2011
Reichenau 0 − 2 Austria Wien
Red Bull Salzburg 2 − 1 LASK Linz
Sturm Graz 3 − 1 Admira Wacker Mödling
Rapid Wien B 0 − 2 TSV Hartberg

Quarterfinals[edit]

The winners from the previous round compete in this stage of the competition. These matches were played on 10 and 11 April 2012.

10 April 2012
18:00
SV Grödig 2 – 3 SV Ried
Diego Viana Goal 30'
Schubert Goal 42'
Report
(German)
Meilinger Goal 11'77'
Žulj Goal 74'
Untersberg-Arena, Grödig
Attendance: 1,800
Referee: Dominik Ouschan

11 April 2012
18:00
SC Austria Lustenau 1 – 2 FK Austria Wien
Zwischenbrugger Goal 65' Report
(German)
Jun Goal 8'
Ortlechner Goal 45+1'
Reichshofstadion, Lustenau
Attendance: 3,400
Referee: Dr. Thomas Prammer

11 April 2012
19:00
SK Sturm Graz 2 – 4 (a.e.t.) TSV Hartberg
Kainz Goal 45'68' Report
(German)
Prietl Goal 34'
Rakowitz Goal 45+1'
Mössner Goal 112'
Ismaili Goal 120'
UPC-Arena, Graz
Attendance: 4,457
Referee: Dieter Muckenhammer

11 April 2012
19:00
FC Red Bull Salzburg 4 – 1 FC Red Bull Salzburg Juniors
Soriano Goal 44'82'
Sekagya Goal 74'
Teigl Goal 77'
Report
(German)
Krenn Goal 37'
Red Bull Arena, Wals-Siezenheim
Attendance: 1,440
Referee: Bernd Hirschbichler

Semifinals[edit]

The winners from the previous round compete in this stage of the competition. These matches were played on 1 and 2 May 2012.

1 May 2012
18:00
TSV Hartberg 0 – 1 FC Red Bull Salzburg
Report
(German)
Jantscher Goal 80'
Stadion Hartberg, Hartberg
Attendance: 3,700
Referee: Gerhard Grobelnik

2 May 2012
20:30
SV Ried 2 – 0 FK Austria Wien
Guillem Goal 18'73' Report
(German)
Keine Sorgen Arena, Ried im Innkreis
Referee: Alexander Harkam

Final[edit]

20 May 2012
16:00
FC Red Bull Salzburg 3 – 0 SV Ried
Leonardo Goal 10' (pen.)
Schiemer Goal 14'
Hierländer Goal 90'
Report
(German)
Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Thomas Einwaller

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