2011 Svenska Cupen

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2011 Svenska Cupen
Country  Sweden
Teams 98
Champions Helsingborgs IF
Runners-up Kalmar FF

The 2011 Svenska Cupen (English: Swedish Cup) was the 56th season of Svenska Cupen, the main Swedish football Cup. It began on 5 March 2011 with the first match of the Preliminary Round[1] and ended on 5 November with the Final.[2] Helsingborgs IF won the cup after beating Kalmar FF 3–1 in the final, Helsingborg were also the defending champions. The winners of this competition earned a place in the second qualifying round[3] of the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League, however the second round spot was awarded to Allsvenskan runners-up AIK since Helsingborg were already qualified for Europan cup play, Kalmar FF who were the runners-up of the cup were awarded AIKs previous qualification spot in the first round.

Teams[edit]

Round Clubs
remaining
Clubs
involved
Winners from
previous round
New entries
this round
Leagues entering at this round
Preliminary Round 98 52 none 52 Division 1 Norra
Division 1 Södra
Division 2
Division 3
Division 4
Division 5
Round 1 72 48 26 22 Superettan (7 teams)
15 teams from Division 1, 2 and 3
Round 2 48 32 24 8 Superettan (8 teams)
Round 3 32 32 16 16 Allsvenskan
Round 4 16 16 16 none none
Quarter-finals 8 8 8 none none
Semi-finals 4 4 4 none none
Final 2 2 2 none none

Preliminary round[edit]

52 teams from Division 1 2011 or lower of the Swedish league pyramid competed in this round.[2] The matches took place between 5–26 March 2011.[1]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
5 March 2011
BKV Norrtälje 4–4 (aet)
7–6 (p)
IK Frej
12 March 2011
Onsala BK 1–0 Dalstorps IF
IFK Hässleholm 4–3 (aet) Ljungby IF
13 March 2011
Melleruds IF 3–0 Carlstad United BK
15 March 2011
Nyköpings BIS 3–3 (aet)
3–5 (p)
Sollentuna United FF
16 March 2011
Friska Viljor FC 4–0 Kubikenborgs IF
17 March 2011
Skogsbo-Avesta IF 0–4 Sandvikens IF
19 March 2011
Svärtinge SK 1–9 Enskede IK
IFK Mariestad 8–0 Axbergs IF
Stångenäs AIS 4–2 Gunnilse IS
Värmbols FC 1–2 Hammarby TFF
KB Karlskoga FF 0–1 Skövde AIK
Rotebro IS FF 1–2 Akropolis IF
Älmhults IF 1–0 Malmö City FC
IFK Trelleborg 0–1 (aet) Högaborgs BK
IFK Skövde FK 2–4 Karlslunds IF HFK
Islingby IK 0–4 Hudiksvalls ABK
Galtabäcks BK 0–9 Alingsås IF
Lindsdals IF 2–3 Kristianstads FF
20 March 2011
FC Gute 0–3 IK Sirius
Älvsborgs FF 1–3 IFK Fjärås
Bele Barkarby FF 1–1 (aet)
3–5 (p)
Vasalunds IF
Spårvägens FF 0–3 Valsta Syrianska IK
Robertsfors IK 1–2 IFK Luleå
Nässjö FF 2–2 (aet)
4–5 (p)
Sandareds IF
26 March 2011
Skellefteå FF 2–1 Bodens BK

Round 1[edit]

Twelve teams from Division 1 2011 or lower, two of three teams which earned promotion to Superettan 2011 (not Qviding FIF) and the bottom eight teams from Superettan 2010 entered in this round.[2] They were joined by the 26 preliminary round winners. The matches of this round took place between 16 March–5 April 2011.[1]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
16 March 2011
Höllvikens GIF 1–5 Ängelholms FF
20 March 2011
GIF Nike 1–4 Lunds BK
22 March 2011
Oskarshamns AIK 3–3 (aet)
4–3 (p)
Smedby AIS
24 March 2011
Onsala BK 0–3 Lindome GIF
Akropolis IF 3–3 (aet)
4–2 (p)
Valsta Syrianska IK
26 March 2011
Enskede IK 1–0 Hammarby TFF
IFK Mariestad 0–8 Degerfors IF
Kristianstads FF 0–3 IFK Värnamo
Vasalunds IF 4–0 Sollentuna United FF
Melleruds IF 1–6 Karlstad BK
BKV Norrtälje 2–1 IK Sleipner
Högaborgs BK 0–4 IF Limhamn Bunkeflo
Älmhults IF 1–0 Sölvesborgs GoIF
Hudiksvalls ABK 0–3 IK Brage
27 March 2011
IFK Fjärås 4–5 FC Trollhättan
IK Sirius 4–1 FC Väsby United
Stångenäs AIS 0–1 Örgryte IS
Karlslunds IF HFK 3–3 (aet)
7–6 (p)
Skövde AIK
Sandvikens IF 2–3 Västerås SK
28 March 2011
Sandareds IF 0–4 Jönköpings Södra IF
30 March 2011
IFK Hässleholm 1–5 Östers IF
Friska Viljor FC 1–6 Östersunds FK
31 March 2011
Alingsås IF 1–5 Torslanda IK
5 April 2011
Skellefteå FF 0–5 IFK Luleå

Round 2[edit]

Two demoted teams from Allsvenskan 2010 and six teams ranked 3rd through 8th in 2010 Superettan entered in this round, joining 24 winners from Round 1. The matches of this round took place between 6–27 April 2011.[2]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
6 April 2011
BKV Norrtälje 1–0 Hammarby IF
7 April 2011
Oskarshamns AIK 1–2 IFK Värnamo
19 April 2011
FC Trollhättan 2–0 Degerfors IF
20 April 2011
IF Limhamn Bunkeflo 3–2 Ängelholms FF
Torslanda IK 0–3 Ljungskile SK
IFK Luleå 1–0 Assyriska FF
Östersunds FK 0–3 GIF Sundsvall
Örgryte IS 0–3 Falkenbergs FF
Lindome GIF 1–3 Jönköpings Södra IF
Karlstad BK 1–0 Västerås SK
Akropolis IF 1–4 IF Brommapojkarna
Enskede IK 3–4 Vasalunds IF
21 April 2011
IK Sirius 4–2 (aet) IK Brage
Lunds BK 0–1 Landskrona BoIS
26 April 2011
Karlslunds IF HFK 0–4 Åtvidabergs FF
27 April 2011
Älmhults IF 0–2 Östers IF

Round 3[edit]

Sixteen teams from Allsvenskan 2011 entered in this round and joined the 16 winners of Round 2, the teams from Allsvenskan were seeded. The matches of this round took place on 10–18 May 2011.[2] All times are in Central European Summer Time.

Round 4[edit]

The sixteen winning teams from round 3 entered in this round. The matches of this round took place on 29 May 2011.[2] All times are in Central European Summer Time.

Quarter-finals[edit]

The four quarterfinal matches were originally scheduled to take place on 15 June. [2]

Semi-finals[edit]

Both semifinal matches were scheduled to take place on 29 June 2011. However, on that date one of the quarter-finals still hadn't been played, so the semifinal matches were pushed forward.[2]

Final[edit]

The final was played on 5 November 2011.[2]

5 November 2011
15:30
Helsingborgs IF 3 − 1 Kalmar FF
Santos Goal 26'
Mahlangu Goal 55'
C. Andersson Goal 80' (pen.)
Report Goal 45' Israelsson
Olympia, Helsingborg
Attendance: 9,513
Referee: Markus Strömbergsson (Gävle)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Spelprogram" (in Swedish). Swedish Football Association. Retrieved 18 February 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Svenska Cupen, herrar". svenskfotboll.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 2011-02-11. 
  3. ^ 2012/13 Access list Bert Kassies' Site

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