2014 Singapore Cup

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2014 Singapore Cup
RHB Singapore Cup
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Country Singapore
Dates 25 May – 7 November 2014
Teams 16
Matches played 22
Goals scored 66 (3 per match)
Attendance 13,513 (614 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Roy O'Donovan (5 goals)

The 2014 Singapore Cup is the 17th season of Singapore's annual premier club football tournament organised by Football Association of Singapore. Due to sponsorship reasons, the Singapore Cup is also known as the RHB Singapore Cup. Home United are the defending champions, having won the trophy six times.[1]

Teams[edit]

A total of 16 teams participate in the 2014 Singapore Cup. Eleven of the teams are from domestic S.League and the other five are invited from the Philippines, Cambodia and Laos. Courts Young Lions will not participate in this year's edition of Singapore Cup.

Format[edit]

The sixteen teams were drawn into two distinct pools for the preliminary round. They will play against one another in a single-legged knockout basis. Winners of this round will progress and advance to the quarter-finals. Thereafter, matches are played in two legs with the exception of the one-match finals. Unlike the previous season, away goals rule does not apply.

For any match in the knockout stage, a draw after 90 minutes of regulation time is followed by two 15 minute periods of extra time to determine a winner. If the teams are still tied, a penalty shoot-out is held to determine a winner.

Knockout phase[edit]

Bracket[edit]

  Preliminary round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                     
 Malaysia Harimau Muda 1  
 Singapore Tampines 1  
   Singapore Tampines 4 4 8  
   Singapore Tanjong Pagar 2 1 3  
 Singapore Tanjong Pagar 1
 Singapore Hougang Utd 0  
   Singapore Tampines 2 0 2 (1)  
   Singapore Balestier 1 1 2 (4)  
 Singapore Warriors 1  
 Singapore Balestier 3  
   Singapore Balestier 2 0 2 (5)
   Singapore Geylang Int'l 1 1 2 (4)  
 Singapore Woodlands 1
 Singapore Geylang Int'l 5  
   Singapore Balestier 3
   Singapore Home United 1
 Cambodia Svay Rieng 0  
 Japan Albirex Niigata 3  
   Japan Albirex Niigata 3 1 4
   Brunei Brunei DPMM 4 2 6  
 Philippines Global 0
 Brunei Brunei DPMM 7  
   Brunei Brunei DPMM 1 2 3
   Singapore Home United 1 3 4  
 Singapore Home United 5  
 Cambodia Nagacorp 0  
   Singapore Home United 2 2 4
   Philippines Sparks 0 1 1  
 Philippines Sparks 7
 Laos Champasak 1  

Preliminary round[edit]

In the preliminary round, teams were drawn into two distinct pools. They will play against one another in a single leg knockout basis. The draw for the preliminary round was held on 3 May 2014.[2] The matches will played from 25 May to 1 June 2014. Winners of this round will progress and advance to the quarter-finals.

Team 1 Score Team 2
Pool A
Harimau Muda B Malaysia 1–1 (5–6 p.) Singapore Tampines Rovers
Tanjong Pagar United Singapore 1–0 Singapore Hougang United
Woodlands Wellington Singapore 1–5 Singapore Geylang International
Warriors Singapore 1–3 Singapore Balestier Khalsa
Pool B
Svay Rieng Cambodia 0–3 Japan Albirex Niigata (S)
Home United Singapore 5–0 Cambodia Nagacorp FC
Global Philippines 0–7 Brunei Brunei DPMM
Loyola Meralco Sparks Philippines 7–1 Laos SHB Champasak

Pool A

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Tampines Rovers Singapore 8–3 Singapore Tanjong Pagar United 4–2 4–1
Balestier Khalsa Singapore 2–2 (5–4 p.) Singapore Geylang International 2–1 0–1
Albirex Niigata (S) Japan 4–6 Brunei Brunei DPMM 3–4 1–2
Home United Singapore 4–1 Philippines Loyola Meralco Sparks 2–0 2–1

27 June 2014
19:30
Tampines Rovers Singapore 4–2 Singapore Tanjong Pagar United
Mrdaković Goal 26'
Jamil Goal 54'69'
Kapláň Goal 90'
Report Idros Goal 45'
Zerka Goal 65' (pen.)
Jalan Besar Stadium, Kallang
Attendance: 1,288
Referee: Jansen Foo (SIN)

28 June 2014
19:30
Balestier Khalsa Singapore 2–1 Singapore Geylang International
Ljubojević Goal 62'
Kim Goal 77'
Report Hafiz Goal 6'
Toa Payoh Stadium, Toa Payoh
Attendance: 706
Referee: Jansen Foo (SIN)

29 June 2014
20:00
Albirex Niigata (S) Japan 3–4 Brunei Brunei DPMM
Okazaki Goal 34'
Ota Goal 56'
Sakamoto Goal 63'
Report Alviž Goal 5'
Gamble Goal 8'
Tosi Goal 17'
O'Donovan Goal 90'+3'
Jurong West Stadium, Jurong
Attendance: 2,511
Referee: Jansen Foo (SIN)

30 June 2014
20:00
Home United Singapore 2–0 Philippines Loyola Sparks
Qiu Li Goal 62'
Hanapi Goal 66'
Report
Bishan Stadium, Bishan
Attendance: 2,009
Referee: Jansen Foo (SIN)

1 July 2014
20:00
Tanjong Pagar United Singapore 1–4 Singapore Tampines Rovers
Etiemble Goal 62' (pen.) Report Anaz Goal 33'
Mrdaković Goal 42'
Kapláň Goal 84'
Alam Shah Goal 90'
Queenstown Stadium, Queenstown
Attendance: 563
Referee: Jansen Foo (SIN)

2 July 2014
20:00
Geylang International Singapore 1–0 (a.e.t.) Singapore Balestier Khalsa
Lopez Goal 59' Report
  Penalties  
Felice Penalty scored
Mustaqim Penalty scored
Fabian Penalty scored
Ridhuan Penalty missed
Fukuda Penalty missed
3–4 Penalty missed Park
Penalty scored Lotinac
Penalty scored Kim
Penalty scored Nurullah
Penalty scored Thaha
Jalan Besar Stadium, Kallang
Attendance: 1,028
Referee: Jansen Foo (SIN)

3 July 2014
20:00
Loyola Sparks Philippines 2–1 Singapore Home United
Younghusband Goal 58' Report Lee Goal 20' (pen.)
Qiu Li Goal 27'
Jalan Besar Stadium, Kallang
Attendance: 2,455
Referee: Jansen Foo (SIN)

4 July 2014
20:00
Brunei DPMM Brunei 2–1 Japan Albirex Niigata (S)
Tosi Goal 17'
Azwan Goal 26'
Report Kawakami Goal 86'
Jalan Besar Stadium, Kallang
Attendance: 2,953
Referee: Jansen Foo (SIN)

Semi-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Tampines Rovers Singapore 2-2 (1-4) Singapore Balestier Khalsa 2-1 0-1
Brunei DPMM Brunei 3-4 Singapore Home United 1-1 2-3
22 September 2014
19:30
Tampines Rovers Singapore 2-1 Singapore Balestier Khalsa
Mrdaković Goal 18'
Ali Goal 71'
Report Park Goal 52'
Clementi Stadium, Clementi
Referee: Ahmad A'Qashah (SIN)

23 September 2014
19:30
Brunei DPMM Brunei 1-1 Singapore Home United
O'Donovan Goal 75' Report Lee Goal 37' (pen.)
Jalan Besar Stadium, Kallang
Referee: Jansen Foo (SIN)

25 September 2014
19:30
Balestier Khalsa Singapore 1-0 (a.e.t.) Singapore Tampines Rovers
Cunningham Goal 62' Report
  Penalties  
4–1
Clementi Stadium, Clementi
Referee: Farhad Mohd (SIN)

26 September 2014
19:30
Home United Singapore 3-2 Brunei Brunei DPMM
Camara Goal 45'
Noh Rahman Goal 64'
Song Goal 89'
Report O'Donovan Goal 5'
Tosi Goal 35' (pen.)
Jalan Besar Stadium, Kallang
Referee: Jansen Foo (SIN)

Third place play-off[edit]

6 November 2014
19:30
Tampines Rovers Singapore 1-2 Brunei Brunei DPMM
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium, Kallang
Referee: Jansen Foo (SIN)

Final[edit]

7 November 2014
20:00
Balestier Khalsa Singapore 3-1 Singapore Home United
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium, Kallang
Referee: Jansen Foo (SIN)

Statistics[edit]

Goalscorers[edit]

As of matches played 4 July 2014

Players rendered in bold are still active in the competition.

5 goals
4 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal
Own goals

Source: S.League[3]

Hat-tricks[edit]

As of matches played 4 July 2014
Player For Against Result Date
Republic of Ireland O'Donovan, RoyRoy O'Donovan Brunei DPMM Global 7–0[4] 1 June 2014
England James Younghusband Loyola Meralco Sparks SHB Champasak 7–1[5] 2 June 2014

Discipline[edit]

The following players are currently suspended from tournament matches:

Player Club Offence Suspension
Singapore Jufri Tampines Booked Cautioned in second match; vs Tanjong Pagar (1 July) One match; vs Balestier (22 Sept)
Singapore Ruhaizad Balestier Booked Cautioned in second match; vs Geylang Int'l (2 July) One match; vs Tampines (22 Sept)
Republic of Ireland Gamble DPMM Booked Cautioned in second match; vs Albirex Niigata (S) (4 July) One match; vs Home (23 Sept)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://hufc.sg/news/home-united-fc-lifts-rhb-singapore-cup
  2. ^ Home to open Singapore Cup defence against Nagacorp Goal.com by Teo Teng Kiat. Retrieved 4 May 2014.
  3. ^ "List of 2014 Singapore Cup goalscorers". S.League. S.League. Retrieved 5 July 2014. 
  4. ^ "DPMM FC belt Global 7–0". The Brunei Times. 1 June 2014. 
  5. ^ "Ruthless Sparks sweep aside Champasak to march into quarters". Voxsports. 2 June 2014. 

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