2011–12 Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup

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2011–12 Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup
Country  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Teams 32
Champions Željezničar
5th national cup title
Runners-up Široki Brijeg
Matches played 46
Goals scored 109 (2.37 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Šaban Pehilj (6 goals)

The 2011–12 Kup Bosne i Hercegovine is the seventieth season of Bosnia and Herzegovina's annual football cup. The competition started on 14 September 2011 and concluded on 16 May 2012. The winner would have qualified to the second qualifying round of the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League,[1] but as the cup was won by the league champion, the slot went to the second placed team in Premier league of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was Široki Brijeg who also ended up as the runner-up of the cup.

The defending champions FK Željezničar, having won their 4th title the previous year by defeating NK Čelik in the final with an aggregate score of 4–0, managed to defend their title and claim their fifth one against Široki Brijeg in final which they won 1–0 on aggregate, completing the double for that season as they won the league title four day before the second leg of the final.[2][3]

All top clubs entered from the first round of 32.

Participating clubs[edit]

The following 32 teams competed in Round 1:[4] (Team in bold is the winner)

2011–12 Premier League
all clubs
2011–12 Prva liga RS
six clubs
10 clubs from 2011 Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Cup

1 Of the 32 participants, the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina has 20 clubs, while the Republika of Srpska has 11. Brčko District is represented with just one club.

Calendar[edit]

Round Date(s) Number of fixtures Clubs New entries this round
Round of 32 14 September 2011 16 32 → 16 none
Round of 16 28 September and 19 October 2011 8 16 → 8 none
Quarterfinals 2 November and 23 November 2011 4 8 → 4 none
Semifinals 14 March and 4 April 2012 2 4 → 2 none
Final 25 April and 16 May 2012 1 2 → 1 none

Draw[edit]

The draws for the round of 32 was conducted in Sarajevo at 12:00 (CEST) on 6 September 2011 in hotel "Art". All 32 clubs were in the same pot, resulting that every club could get any other club as his opponent. The first-drawn team served as hosts. Also the date for the matches was decided for 14 September 2011.[5]

The draws for the round of 16 took place on 20 September 2011, once more at 12:00 (CEST) in Sarajevo in hotel "Evropa". The remaining 16 clubs were once more put in just one pot. The date for the matches was also decided and the matches will take part on 28. September, with the rematch 3 weeks later, on 19. October 2011.[6]

The draws for the quarterfinals took place on 25 October 2011. The remaining 8 clubs will found themselves again just in one pot. The date for the matches was also confirmed. The dates were set for 2 November 2011 with the rematch three weeks later on 23 November 2011.[7]

The draws for semifinal was conducted on 6 March 2012 in the halls of the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. On the draw it was decided that the first match will be played on 14 March, with the rematch set for 4 April 2012.[8]

The two winners will face each other in the final which is scheduled for 25 April and rematch on 16 May 2012. The host in the first leg was determined by a draw held on 10 April 2012 in the halls of Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was decided that the host of the first leg will be Željezničar, with Široki Brijeg hosting the second leg three weeks later.[9]

Competition[edit]

Round of 32[edit]

This round consisted of 16 single-legged fixtures. All 32 clubs entered the competition from this round, while the matches were played on 14 September 2011. In a case of a draw in the regular time, the winner would have been determinated with a penalty shootout.

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Rudar (P) (I) 1–0 UNIS (II)
2 Zvijezda (I) 2–0 Sloboda (I)
3 NK Travnik (I) 2–3 Velež (I)
4 Branitelj (II) 4–1 Dizdaruša (III)
5 Slavija (I) 3–0 Modriča (II)
6 Iskra (II) 0–1 Rudar (K) (II)
7 Čelik (I) 4–0 Podrinje (II)
8 Široki Brijeg (I) 3–0 Kozara (I)
9 Olimpic (I) 3–0 Mladost (G) (II)
10 Vitez (II) 0–1 GOŠK (I)
11 Krajišnik (II) 6–0 Mladost (Ž) (III)
12 Sloga (II) 0–1 Sarajevo (I)
13 Mramor (III) 1–0 Radnik (II)
14 Zrinjski (I) 3–0 Sutjeska (II)
15 Borac (I) 3–1 Brotnjo (III)
16 Željezničar (I) 2–0 Leotar (I)

Note: Roman numerals in brackets denote the league tier the clubs participate in during the 2011–12 season.
Source: NFSBiH

Round of 16[edit]

The 16 winner continued their way to the final through this round. Unlike the last round, this round consisted of 8 two-legged fixtures. The date for the matches were determinated with the draw which was held on 20 September. The first match took place on 28 September, while the rematch was scheduled three weeks after, on 19 October 2011.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Mramor (III) 2–3 Krajišnik (II) 1–1 1–2
Slavija (I) 3–6 Široki Brijeg (I) 1–2 2–4
Sarajevo (I) 7–5 Rudar (P) (I) 3–0 4–5
Borac (I) 2–0 Zvijezda (I) 2–0 0–0
Željezničar (I) 4–1 Olimpic (I) 3–0 1–1
Zrinjski (I) 0–52 Velež (I) 0–33 0–2
Rudar (K) (II) 1–3 Branitelj (II) 0–1 1–2
GOŠK (I) 1–6 Čelik (I) 1–3 0–3

1 Roman numerals in brackets denote the league tier the clubs participate in during the 2011–12 season.
2 Indicates there is an article about it.
3 The match was abandoned after huligans of Zrinjski stormed the pitch and started to chase players of Velež with various items. The field storm took place in the last minutes of the game just after Velež scored for 0–1 against their city rivals. The disciplinary and contest commission decided to award a 0–3 win to Velež, suspended "Bijeli Brijeg", Zrinjski home stadium, for 5 matches and punished Zrinjski with a fine.[10][11]
Source: NFSBiH

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Quarter-finals[edit]

The 8 winner from the previous round met their opponents in this round on the way to the final. This round consisted of 4 two-legged fixtures. The date for the matches was determinated with the draw which was held on 25 October. The first match took place on 2 November, while the rematch was scheduled three weeks after, on 23 November 2011.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Krajišnik (II) 1–1 (a) Široki Brijeg (I) 1–1 0–0
Velež (I) 3–1 Branitelj (II) 2–0 1–1
Željezničar (I) 2–02 Čelik (I) 2–0 0–0
Sarajevo (I) 0–0 (5−6 p) Borac (I) 0–0 0–0

1 Roman numerals in brackets denote the league tier the clubs participate in during the 2011–12 season.
2 Indicates there is an article about it.
Source: NFSBiH

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

The remaining 4 teams will play in this last round before the final. It will consist of 2 two-legged fixtures which will take part on 14 March and 4 April this year. The draw was done on 6 March.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Željezničar 4–0 Borac 1–0 3–02
Široki Brijeg 2–0 Velež 1–0 1–0

1 All teams are from Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the first league tier.
2 The game on Gradski stadion in Banja Luka was stopped in the 65 minute by result 0–1 for Željezničar when one of the assistant referees were hit by a solid object in the head. While medical care was given to the referee, the delegate first decided to empty the east stand, the stand where Lešinars (the ultras fans of Borac) are, from where the object came from, but not long after, realizing the tension, because, as they say, "weird" actions by the main referee, while the east stand was emptying out, the delegate aborted the match.[31][32] The disciplinary and contest commission decided to award Željezničar a 0–3 win[33] and to punish Borac with a 5.000€ fine and the next six home matches without spectators.[34]
Source: NFSBiH

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Final[edit]

The final was contested between Željezničar and Široki Brijeg and played over a two-legged fixture. The date for the finals was set for 25 April and 16 May 2012.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Željezničar 1−0 Široki Brijeg 1−0 0–02

1 Both teams are from Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the first league tier.
2 Široki Brijeg was fined with 1500 € and the next home match without spectators because of oversights made in organization of the second leg of the final, including hitting Amar Osim with a solid object from the stands, a try by a supporter to trip the assistant referee nearly at the end of the game and very insulting chanting.[41]
Source: NFSBiH

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Bosnia and Herzegovina Šaban Pehilj Krajišnik/Kozara1 6
2 Argentina Juan Manuel Varea Široki Brijeg 4
3 Bosnia and Herzegovina Edin Bebanić Branitelj 3
Bosnia and Herzegovina Avdija Vršajević Čelik 3
Bosnia and Herzegovina Emir Obuća Sarajevo 3
Bosnia and Herzegovina Branko Šešlija Slavija 3
Bosnia and Herzegovina Zajko Zeba Željezničar 3
4 Serbia Nemanja Vidaković Borac 2
Bosnia and Herzegovina Jure Glavina Branitelj 2
Bosnia and Herzegovina Dejan Martinović Čelik 2
Bosnia and Herzegovina Vedran Kantar Rudar (P) 2
Croatia Hrvoje Mišić Široki Brijeg 2
Bosnia and Herzegovina Eldin Adilović Željezničar 2
5 64 players 1
- 2 player OG
  • 1 Šaban Pehilj is a footballer of Željezničar. In the first halfseason he was loaned to Krajišnik, while in the second halfseason he was loaned to Kozara. He scored all of his goals for Krajišnik and hasn't played a single game in this competition for Kozara.

Media coverage[edit]

Only from quarter-finals and onwards selected matches were broadcast in B&H by BHT1 and Moja TV. BHT1 broadcast 4 live games, including both final matches, while Moja TV broadcast 2 live games.

These matches were broadcast live on television:

Round BHT1 Moja TV
Quarter-finals Borac v Sarajevo (rematch)
Čelik v Željezničar (rematch)
Semi-finals Željezničar v Borac (first match)
Borac v Željezničar (rematch)
Final Željezničar v Široki Brijeg (first match)
Široki Brijeg v Željezničar (rematch)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2012/13 Access list Bert Kassies' Site
  2. ^ "First leg of the final" (in Bosnian). Retrieved 17 May 2012. 
  3. ^ "Second leg of the final" (in Bosnian). Retrieved 17 May 2012. 
  4. ^ "All participants of the Bosnia and Herzegovina football cup" (in Bosnian). Retrieved 19 September 2011. 
  5. ^ "The result of the draw for the Round of 32 of the Bosnia and Herzegovina football cup" (in Bosnian). Retrieved 19 September 2011. 
  6. ^ "The result of the draw for the Round of 16 of the Bosnia and Herzegovina football cup" (in Bosnian). Retrieved 19 September 2011. 
  7. ^ "The result of the draw for quarter-finals of the Bosnia and Herzegovina football cup" (in Bosnian). Retrieved 24 October 2011. 
  8. ^ "The result of the draw for semi-finals of the Bosnia and Herzegovina football cup" (in Bosnian). Retrieved 6 March 2012. 
  9. ^ "The result of the draw for the first host of the Bosnia and Herzegovina football cup final" (in Bosnian). Retrieved 27 April 2012. 
  10. ^ "Velež won by a technical win" (in Bosnian). SportSport.ba. Retrieved 1 October 2011. 
  11. ^ ""Bijeli Brijeg" suspended for 5 matches" (in Bosnian). SportSport.ba. Retrieved 1 October 2011. 
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h "Referees for first leg of Round of 16" (in Bosnian). NFSBiH. Retrieved 24 October 2011. 
  13. ^ Attendance Slavija-Široki Brijeg
  14. ^ Attendance Sarajevo-Rudar Prijedor
  15. ^ Attendance Željezničar-Olimpic
  16. ^ Attendance GOŠK-Čelik
  17. ^ a b c d e f g h "Referees for first leg of Round of 16" (in Bosnian). NFSBiH. Retrieved 24 October 2011. 
  18. ^ Attendance Rudar Prijedor-Sarajevo
  19. ^ Attendance Olimpic-Željezničar
  20. ^ Attendance Velež-Zrinjski
  21. ^ Attendance Krajišnik-Široki Brijeg
  22. ^ a b c d "Referees for first leg of quarterfinals" (in Bosnian). NFSBiH. Retrieved 7 November 2011. 
  23. ^ Attendance Velež-Branitelj
  24. ^ Attendance Željezničar-Čelik
  25. ^ Attendance Sarajevo-Borac
  26. ^ Attendance Široki Brijeg-Krajišnik
  27. ^ a b c d "Referees for second leg of quarterfinals" (in Bosnian). NFSBiH. Retrieved 22 November 2011. 
  28. ^ Attendance Branitelj-Velež
  29. ^ Attendance Čelik-Željezničar
  30. ^ Attendance Borac-Sarajevo
  31. ^ "Bloody head of the line referee, Željo in Final". Sportsport.ba (in Bosnian). 4 April 2012. Retrieved 5 April 2012. 
  32. ^ "Aborted match Borac–Željezničar". Sportsport.ba (in Bosnian). 4 April 2012. Retrieved 5 April 2012. 
  33. ^ "Official: 0–3 for Željezničar". Sportsport.ba (in Bosnian). 5 April 2012. Retrieved 6 April 2012. 
  34. ^ "Punishment for Borac". Sportsport.ba (in Bosnian). 5 April 2012. Retrieved 6 April 2012. 
  35. ^ Attendance Željezničar-Borac
  36. ^ a b "Referees for first leg of semifinals" (in Bosnian). NFSBiH. Retrieved 18 March 2012. 
  37. ^ Attendance Široki Brijeg-Velež
  38. ^ Attendance Borac-Željezničar
  39. ^ a b "Referees for second leg of semifinals" (in Bosnian). NFSBiH. Retrieved 5 April 2012. 
  40. ^ Attendance Velež-Široki Brijeg
  41. ^ "Široki punished for oversights made in the organization of the second leg of the final" (in Bosnian). SportSport.ba. Retrieved 1 August 2012. 
  42. ^ Attendance Željezničar-Široki Brijeg
  43. ^ "Referees for first leg of the final" (in Bosnian). NFSBiH. Retrieved 27 April 2012. 
  44. ^ Attendance Široki Brijeg-Željezničar
  45. ^ "Referees for second leg of the final" (in Bosnian). NFSBiH. Retrieved 17 May 2012. 

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