1993–94 Svenska Cupen

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1993-94 Svenska Cupen
Country  Sweden
Teams 634
Champions IFK Norrköping
Runners-up Helsingborgs IF
Matches played 633

Svenska Cupen 1993–94 was the thirty-ninth season of the main Swedish football Cup. The competition started on 29 April 1993 and was concluded on 12 May 1994 with the Final held in Gamla Ullevi, Göteborg. IFK Norrköping won 4–3 (golden goal) against Helsingborgs IF before an attendance of 4,021 spectators.[1]

Preliminary round 1[edit]

For other results see SFS-Bolletinen - Matcher i Svenska Cupen.

Preliminary round 2[edit]

For other results see SFS-Bolletinen - Matcher i Svenska Cupen.

First round[edit]

For other results see SFS-Bolletinen - Matcher i Svenska Cupen.

Second round[edit]

For other results see SFS-Bolletinen - Matcher i Svenska Cupen.

Third round[edit]

For other results see SFS-Bolletinen - Matcher i Svenska Cupen.

Fourth round[edit]

For other results see SFS-Bolletinen - Matcher i Svenska Cupen.

Fifth round[edit]

The 8 matches in this round were played between 22 and 30 September 1993.

Quarter-finals[edit]

The 4 matches in this round were played between 6 and 20 October 1993.

Semi-finals[edit]

The semi-finals were played on 27 and 28 April 1994.

Final[edit]

The final was played on 12 May 1994 in Göteborg.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Svensk Fotboll - Historia - Svenska Cupens finaler 1941 - Svenskfotboll.se". Archived from the original on August 14, 2011. Retrieved 2011-11-08. 

References[edit]

  • Alsiö, Martin; Frantz, Alf; Lindahl, Jimmy; Persson, Gunnar, eds. (2004). 100 år: Svenska fotbollförbundets jubileumsbok 1904-2004, del 2: statistiken [100 years: Swedish Football Association's centenary 1904-2004, part 2: statistics] (in Swedish). Vällingby: Stroemberg Media Group. ISBN 91-86184-59-8. 
  • Fotbollboken 1995 - Svenska fotbollsförbundets officiella kalender. 1995. 
  • "SFS-Bolletinen". Sveriges Fotbollshistoriker och Statistiker. 2011. Retrieved 2011-11-08. 
  • "svenskfotboll.se". Swedish Football Association. 2011. Retrieved 2011-11-08.