2002 Svenska Cupen Final

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2002 Svenska Cupen Final
Event 2002 Svenska Cupen
Date 9 November 2002
Venue Råsunda Stadium, Solna
Referee Martin Ingvarsson
Attendance 33,727
2001
2003

The 2002 Svenska Cupen final took place on 9 November 2010 at Råsunda Stadium in Solna. The match was contested by the Stockholm rivals AIK and Allsvenskan champions Djurgården. Substitute Louay Chanko scored the winning goal in extra time after a pass from Johan Elmander and secured "The Double" for Djurgården.

Road to the Final[edit]

AIK Round Djurgårdens IF
Opponent Result Opponent Result
Bodens BK 3–2 Round 2 IFK Motala 7–0
Motala AIF 4–0 Round 3 Sandvikens IF 1–0
Degerfors IF 2–1 Round 4 IFK Malmö 5–1
Hammarby IF 2–0 Quarter-finals Väsby IK 3–2
IF Elfsborg 1–0 Semi-finals Malmö FF 4–0

Match details[edit]

November 9, 2002
15:30 CET
AIK 0 – 1 (a.e.t.) Djurgården
Report Chanko Golden goal 99'
Råsunda Stadium, Solna
Attendance: 33,727
Referee: Martin Ingvarsson (Hässleholm)
AIK
Djurgården
HELSINGBORG:
GK 1 Sweden Daniel Andersson
DF 3 Sweden Karl Corneliusson
DF 4 Sweden Benjamin Kibebe YC 28'
DF 5 Sweden Per Nilsson
DF 2 Sweden Jimmy Tamandi
DF 23 Sweden Mats Rubarth YC 9' Substituted off 54'
MF 7 Sweden Stefan Ishizaki
MF 14 Sweden Krister Nordin YC 36'
MF 8 Sweden Daniel Tjernström
FW 9 Sweden Daniel Hoch Substituted off 80'
FW 10 Sweden Andreas Andersson YC 15' Substituted off 68'
Substitutes:
MF 11 Sweden Martin Åslund Substituted in 54'
Manager:
Czech Republic Dušan Uhrin
KALMAR:
GK 15 Sweden Andreas Isaksson
DF 18 Sweden Niclas Rasck YC 48'
DF 2 Sweden Patrik Eriksson-Ohlsson YC 71'
DF 12 Sweden Markus Karlsson (c)
DF 3 Sweden Mikael Dorsin
MF 20 Sweden Stefan Rehn
MF 10 Sweden Andreas Johansson
MF 25 Sweden Kim Källström
FW 14 Sweden Babis Stefanidis Substituted off 91'
FW 25 Sweden Johan Elmander
FW 17 Sweden Samuel Wowoah YC 36' Substituted off 68'
Substitutes:
FW 21 Sweden Louay Chanko Substituted in 68'
FW 24 Democratic Republic of the Congo Rene Makondele Substituted in 82'
GK 30 Sweden Anders Alé
DF 7 Sweden Richard Henriksson
FW 18 Sweden Christer Mattiasson
Managers:
Sweden Zoran Lukić
Sweden Sören Åkeby

MATCH OFFICIALS

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Five named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.

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