2013–14 Swiss Cup

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2013–14 Swiss Cup
Country   Switzerland
Teams 64
Champions FC Zürich
Runners-up FC Basel
Matches played 63
Goals scored 255 (4.05 per match)

The 2013–14 Swiss Cup was the 89th season of Switzerland's annual football cup competition. The competition started on 14 August 2013 with the first game of Round 1 and ended on May 2014 with the Final. The winners of the competition qulified for the play-off round[1] of the 2014–15 UEFA Europa League. The title holders were Grasshopper Zürich.

Participating clubs[edit]

All 19 teams from Super League and Challenge League (teams from Liechtenstein only play in the 2013–14 Liechtenstein Cup) automatically entered this year's competition, as well as 45 teams from lower leagues. Teams from 1. Liga Promotion and below had to qualify through separate qualifying rounds within their leagues. Teams from regional leagues had to qualify by winning the last season's regional cups.

2013–14 Super League
10 teams
2013–14 Challenge League
9 teams
2013–14 1. Liga Promotion
10 teams
2013–14 1. Liga
11 teams
2013-14 2. Liga Interregional
10 teams
2013-14 Regional leagues
14 teams

Sixth tier

  • SC Balerna (TI)
  • FC Bassersdorf (ZH)
  • AS Calcio Kreuzlingen (TG)
  • FC Chippis (VS)
  • FC Cornol (JU)
  • SC Fulenbach (SO)
  • FC Murten (FR)
  • FC Reinach (BL)
  • FC Savièse (VS)
  • FC Schönbühl (BE)
  • FC Suhr (AG)
  • FC Veyrier Sports (GE)

Seventh tier

  • SC Obergeissenstein (LU)
  • FC WiesendangenFP (ZH)

Teams in bold are still active in the competition.

TH Title holders.
FP Qualified for having the lowest fair play points inside its regional tier.
Qualified in their last season's tier qualifiers before being promoted.
Qualified in their last season's tier qualifiers before being relegated.

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.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
14 August 2013
FC Fulenbach 0–6 FC Baden
17 August 2013
FC Sursee 1–3 (a.e.t.) FC Sion
FC Kreuzlingen 2–4 FC Stade-Lausanne-Ouchy
FC Bassersdorf 0–6 FC Zürich
FC Veyrier Sports 0–8 BSC Young Boys
FC Amriswil 2–3 FC Tuggen
FC Münsingen 2–0 FC Bulle
FC Altstätten 0–5 FC Wohlen
FC Reinach 1–4 Lancy FC
FC Wiesendangen 1–2 FC Savièse
SC Kriens 0–1 Grasshopper Zürich
SC Brühl 0–0 (a.e.t.)
(p. 5–4)
FC Winterthur
FC Stade Nyonnais 2–0 (a.e.t.) AC Bellinzona
BSC Old Boys 0–1 (a.e.t.) FC Basel
FC Le Mont 4–1 FC Wil
US Terre Sainte 2–1 FC Chiasso
FC Dietikon 0–6 SC YF Juventus
SC Balerna 1–3 FC Hergiswil
FC Vevey-Sports 05 1–3 FC Köniz
Étoile Carouge FC 1–4 FC Lugano
FC La Chaux-de-Fonds 0–3 Servette FC
18 August 2013
FC Concordia Basel 2–4 FC Biel-Bienne
FC Chippis 0–6 FC Schaffhausen
SC Obergeissenstein 1–3 FC Bavois
FC Échallens 1–3 FC Thun
FC Cornol 0–7 FC Lausanne-Sport
FC Murten 0–11 FC Luzern
FC Suhr 1–3 SC Buochs
Neuchâtel Xamax FCS 1–3 FC Aarau
FC Schönbühl 1–8 FC St. Gallen
AS Calcio Kreuzlingen 0–4 FC Schötz
FC Ascona 1–2 (a.e.t.) FC Locarno

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. FC Savièse, from the sixth tier of Swiss football, were the lowest-ranked team in this round.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
13 September 2013
FC Locarno 0–3 FC Thun
14 September 2013
FC Hergiswil 2–3 FC Baden
FC Schötz 3–4 FC Köniz
FC Stade Nyonnais 2–4 (a.e.t.) Grasshopper Zürich
SC Brühl 3–2 FC Schaffhausen
FC Bavois 0–4 FC Biel-Bienne
Lancy FC 0–5 FC Le Mont
FC Münsingen 0–1 FC Basel
SC YF Juventus 2–4 BSC Young Boys
FC Savièse 1–3 FC Tuggen
SC Buochs 1–5 FC Aarau
Servette FC 0–1 FC Lausanne-Sport
15 September 2013
FC Wohlen 0–1 FC Sion
US Terre Sainte 1–4 FC Luzern
FC Lugano 1–3 FC St. Gallen
FC Stade-Lausanne-Ouchy 2–3 FC Zürich

Round 3[edit]

The winners of Round 2 played in this round. Teams from Super League were seeded, the home advantage was granted to the team from the lower league, if applicable. FC Baden, from the fourth tier of Swiss football, were the lowest-ranked team in this round.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
9 November 2013
FC Baden 1–4 FC Zürich
FC Köniz 1–4 Grasshopper Zürich
SC Brühl 0–3 FC Lausanne-Sport
FC Le Mont 4–1 BSC Young Boys
10 November 2013
FC Tuggen 1–3 FC Basel
FC Luzern 1–0 FC Sion
FC St. Gallen 4–0 FC Aarau
14 November
FC Biel-Bienne 0–1 (a.e.t.) FC Thun

Quarter-finals[edit]

The winners of Round 3 played in the Quarter-finals, there was no home advantage granted in the draw. FC Le Mont, from the third tier of Swiss football, were the lowest-ranked team in this round.

4 December 2013
19:00
FC Thun 0–0 (a.e.t.) Grasshopper Zürich
  Penalties  
M. Schneuwly Penalty scored
Lüthi Penalty scored
Wittwer Penalty missed
Martínez Penalty scored
Sadik Penalty scored
4–3 Penalty scored Toko
Penalty missed Gashi
Penalty scored Feltscher
Penalty scored Dingsdag
Penalty missed Vilotić
Arena Thun, Thun
Attendance: 2,764
Referee: Sebastien Pache

4 December 2013
19:45
FC Luzern 2–0 FC Lausanne-Sport
Rangelov Goal 61'
Lezcano Goal 71'
Swissporarena, Lucerne
Attendance: 6,110
Referee: Sascha Amhof

4 December 2013
20:15
FC St. Gallen 0–1 FC Zürich
Rikan Goal 82' (pen.)
AFG Arena, St. Gallen
Attendance: 7,753
Referee: Adrien Jaccottet

5 February 2014
19:30
FC Le Mont 1–6 FC Basel
Bouziane Goal 89' Report Andrist Goal 6'84'
Suchý Goal 8'
Streller Goal 45'
Frei Goal 48'
D. Degen Goal 58'
St. Jakob-Park, Basel[2]
Attendance: 6,138
Referee: Patrick Graf

Semi-finals[edit]

26 March 2014
19:00
FC Basel 1–0 FC Luzern
Callà Goal 80' Report
(German)

Final[edit]

21 April 2014
14:00
Zürich 2–0 (a.e.t.) Basel
Gavranović Goal 100'114' Report Red card 66' Sauro
Yellow cardRed card 99' Sio
Stade de Suisse, Bern
Attendance: 23'312
Referee: Patrick Graf

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2014/15 Access list Bert Kassies' Site
  2. ^ FC Basel 1893 (2014). "Cup-Viertelfinal FC Le Mont–FC Basel 1893 findet im St. Jakob-Park statt". FC Basel 1893. Retrieved 2014-01-15.  (German)

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