2008–09 Liechtenstein Cup

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2008–09 Liechtenstein Cup
Country Liechtenstein
ChampionsFC Vaduz
Runners-upUSV Eschen/Mauren

The 2008–09 Liechtenstein Cup was the sixty-fourth season of Liechtenstein's annual cup competition. Seven clubs competed with a total of eighteen teams for one spot in the second qualifying round[1] of the UEFA Europa League. Defending champions were FC Vaduz, who have won the cup continuously since 1998.

First round[edit]

The First Round featured fourteen teams. The only first team of a club that had to compete in this round was FC Triesen, while the other two teams eligible for the first round, FC Triesenberg and FC Schaan, received a bye. The games were played on August 26 – 28, 2008.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
26 August 2008
FC Vaduz Portuguese 1–8 FC Balzers II
FC Triesen 3–4 USV Echen/Mauren II
27 August 2008
USV Eschen/Mauren III 0–6 FC Vaduz II
FC Triesenberg II 5–0 FC Balzers III
FC Triesen III 1–5 FC Schaan Azurri
28 August 2008
FC Triesen II 0–2 FC Ruggell II

Second round[edit]

The six winners of the First Round, along with the two teams who had received a bye, competed in the Second Round. The first teams of FC Balzers, USV Eschen/Mauren, FC Ruggell and FC Vaduz were all given a bye in this round. The games were played on September 17 and 19, 2008.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
17 September 2008
FC Triesenberg II 1–6 FC Schaan Azzurri
FC Vaduz II 3–0 (f) USV Eschen/Mauren II
FC Ruggell II 1–12 FC Schaan
19 September 2008
FC Triesenberg 2–5 FC Balzers II


The four winners of the Second Round, along with the four teams who had received a bye, competed in the Quarterfinals. The games were played on October 21, 22, 28 and 29, 2008.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
21 October 2008
FC Ruggell 0–5 USV Eschen/Mauren
22 October 2008
FC Balzers II 0–8 FC Vaduz
28 October 2008
FC Schaan Azurri 0–1 FC Balzers
29 October 2008
FC Vaduz II 0–8 FC Schaan


The four winners of the Quarterfinals competed in the Semifinals. The games were played on April 28 and 29, 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
28 April 2009
FC Schaan 0–5 USV Eschen/Mauren
29 April 2009
FC Balzers 0–5 FC Vaduz


The Final was played on May 21, 2009 at Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz.

FC Vaduz2–1USV Eschen/Mauren
Rudan Goal 39'
Fischer Goal 45'
Memeti Goal 67'
Attendance: 1,935
Referee: Nikolaj Hänni (Switzerland)


  1. ^ 2009/10 Access list Bert Kassies' Site

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