2011–12 Liechtenstein Cup

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2011–12 Liechtenstein Cup
Country  Liechtenstein
Champions USV Eschen/Mauren
Runners-up FC Vaduz

The 2011–12 Liechtenstein Cup was the sixty-seventh season of Liechtenstein's annual cup competition. Seven clubs competed with a total of sixteen teams for one spot in the first qualifying round[1] of the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League. Defending champions were Vaduz, who have won the cup continuously since 1998 and won their 40th Liechtenstein Cup last season. USV Eschen/Mauren won the cup, beating FC Vaduz on penalties in the final, becoming the first team other than FC Vaduz to win the cup since the mid-1990s.

First round[edit]

The First Round featured eight teams. In this round entered seven of the reserve clubs participating in the competition, along with FC Triesen. These matches took place on 16 and 17 August 2011.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
16 August 2011
FC Ruggell II 1–2 USV Echen/Mauren II
17 August 2011
USV Echen/Mauren III 0–1 FC Triesen
FC Triesenberg II 4–0 FC Balzers III
FC Vaduz II 2–2 (aet, p. 4–5) FC Triesen II

Second round[edit]

The four winners of the First Round, along with FC Schaan, FC Ruggell, FC Schaan Azzurri and FC Balzers II competed in the Second Round. The games were played on 14 September 2011.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
14 September 2011
USV Echen/Mauren II 3–2 FC Balzers II
FC Ruggell 1–2 (aet) FC Schaan
FC Triesen 4–2 (aet) FC Schaan Azzurri
FC Triesenberg II 0–3 FC Triesen II

Quarterfinals[edit]

The four winners of the Second Round entered the Quarterfinals, along with the semifinalists from last season's competitions: FC Vaduz, USV Eschen/Mauren, FC Balzers and FC Triesenberg.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
18 October 2011
FC Triesen II 0–17 FC Vaduz
25 October 2011
FC Triesen 0−4 USV Eschen/Mauren
26 October 2011
USV Echen/Mauren II 0−2 FC Triesenberg
2 November 2011
FC Schaan 2−4 (aet) FC Balzers

Semifinals[edit]

The four winners of the Quarterfinals will compete in the Semifinals.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
9 April 2012
USV Eschen/Mauren 2−1 FC Balzers
10 April 2012
FC Vaduz 3−1 FC Triesenberg

Final[edit]

The final was played in the national stadium, Rheinpark Stadion.

16 May 2012
18:30 CET
FC Vaduz 2 – 2 (a.e.t.) USV Eschen/Mauren
Cerrone Goal 41' (pen.)
Sara Goal 55'
Report (German) Manojlović Goal 68' (pen.)
Dulundu Goal 90+4'
  Penalties  
Burgmeier Penalty missed
Schwegler Penalty scored
Trípodi Penalty missed
Cvetinović Penalty scored
2 – 4 Penalty scored Stocklasa
Penalty scored Simma
Penalty scored Dulundu
Penalty scored Manojlovic
Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz
Attendance: 960
Referee: Chris Reisch (Luxemburg)

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2012/13 Access list Bert Kassies' Site

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