2009–10 Austrian Cup

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The 2009–10 Austrian Cup (German: ÖFB-Cup, also Stiegl-Cup for sponsoring purposes) was the 76th season of Austria's nationwide football cup competition. It commenced with the matches of the Preliminary Round in July 2009 and concluded with the Final on 16 May 2010. The winners of the competition, Sturm Graz, qualified for the third qualifying round of the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League.

Preliminary round[edit]

The Preliminary Round involved 66 amateur clubs from all regional federations, divided into smaller groups according to the Austrian federal states. The draw for this round was conducted at Franz Horr Stadium in Vienna on 8 July 2009.[1] Thirty-three matches were played between mid-July and 2 August 2009. The winners of these matches advanced to the First Round.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
SC Bregenz 1–3 FC Hard
SVG Reichenau 6–2 VfB Hohenems
SV Hall 5–0 SPG Axams/Götzens
FC Wacker Innsbruck Reserves 0–2 WSG Wattens
Salzburger AK 1914 1–2 aet FC Kufstein
SV Seekirchen 3–1 TSV Neumarkt
TSV St. Johann 1–1 aet
6–4 pen
USK Anif
SV Gmunden 5–6 aet SV Grieskirchen
Vorwärts Steyr 2–1 LASK Reserves
FC Wels 5–1 Union St. Florian
Union Vöcklamarkt 3–4 SV Sierning
Blau-Weiß Linz 5–1 SG SV Neuhofen/SV Ried Reserves
FC St. Veit 2–1 SC St. Stefan
WAC St. Andrä 3–1 VST Völkermarkt
Austria Kärnten Reserves 0–1 SAK Klagenfurt
SC Fürstenfeld 3–1 SV Bad Aussee
SV Allerheiligen 1–0 ASK Voitsberg
Grazer AK 3–1 DSV Leoben
Sturm Graz Reserves 3–0 SC Kalsdorf
SVL Flavia Solva 4–2 SC Weiz
ASV Schrems 1–4 SK Kottingbrunn
SV Würmla 4–1 aet 1. SC Sollenau
1. SV Wiener Neudorf 2–1 FC Waidhofen/Ybbs
SKU Amstetten 1–1 aet
4-6 pen
SV Horn
SV Leobendorf 1–3 SC Zwettl
SV Oberwart 3–4 Trenkwalder Admira Reserves
SV Güssing 0–3 ASK Baumgarten
UFC Purbach 1–4 aet SC/ESV Parndorf
SC Neudörfl 0–5 SV Stegersbach
SC Floridsdorf 0–3 FAC Team für Wien
KSV Montelaa 3–2 FC Stadlau
Rennweger SC 1901 1–0 aet SV Wienerberg
SV Schwechat 2–0 Rapid Vienna Reserves

First round[edit]

The draw for this round was conducted on 4 August 2009.[1] The draw involved the 33 winners of the Preliminary Round, the 22 professional teams from the 2009–10 Bundesliga and First League, and nine regional cup winners. The matches of this round were played on 14 and 15 August 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
TSV St. Johann 2–4 aet SK Sturm Graz
Trenkwalder Admira Reserves 2–0 SV Mattersburg
Vorwärts Steyr 1–7 FC Red Bull Salzburg
SV Horn 2–2 aet
6–7 pen
Austria Wien Reserves
Rennweger SC 1901 2–4 SAK Klagenfurt
SC Zwettl 2–4 TSV Hartberg
SK Austria Kärnten 1–0 SC Rheindorf Altach
SC/ESV Parndorf 2–3 aet SK Rapid Wien
SV Würmla 0–4 FK Austria Wien
SV Sierning 0–2 FC Lustenau 07
Blau-Weiß Linz 3–2 SKN St. Pölten
FC Wels 0–3 SV Ried
ASK Baumgarten 1–6 Red Bull Salzburg Reserves
Post SV Fußball 1–4 LASK Linz
SV Seekirchen 0–1 First Vienna FC
FC Kufstein 1–2 Wacker Innsbruck
SV Schwechat 0–1 SC Austria Lustenau
SV Gaflenz 1–4 FC Gratkorn
SV Grieskirchen 1–3 SC Wiener Neustadt
Sturm Graz Reserves 3–1 Kapfenberger SV
ASV Zurndorf 2–3 FC Dornbirn
KSV Montelaa 0–5 FC Trenkwalder Admira
SV Allerheiligen 2–0 FC Hard
SV Stegersbach 2–4 SVL Flavia Solva
SVG Reichenau 5–3 aet 1. SV Wiener Neudorf
FC Viktoria 62 Bregenz 1–3 aet SV Grödig
SC Schwarz 0–3 WSG Wattens
Grazer AK 5–0 FC Gleisdorf 09
SV Lendorf 1–2 FC St. Veit
SAK Klagenfurt 2–1 WAC St. Andrä
SV Hall 0–2 SK Kottingbrunn
FAC Team für Wien 3–1 SC Fürstenfeld

Second round[edit]

This round involved the 32 winners from the First Round. These matches were played on 19 September 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
SK Kottingbrunn 1–3 LASK Linz
FC St. Veit 1–7 SK Rapid Wien
FAC Team für Wien 0–6 FK Austria Wien
SVG Reichenau 1–4 Wacker Innsbruck
SAK Klagenfurt 1–3 FC Trenkwalder Admira
SV Pasching 2–2 aet
2-4 pen
SC Wiener Neustadt
SV Grödig 0–1 FC Red Bull Salzburg
Grazer AK 0–21 FC Lustenau 07
SVL Flavia Solva 1–3 SC Austria Lustenau
SV Allerheiligen 1–2 SK Austria Kärnten
WSG Wattens 0–1 SK Sturm Graz
Blau-Weiß Linz 2–2 aet
5-4 pen
Austria Wien Reserves
Sturm Graz Reserves 1–2 SV Ried
Trenkwalder Admira Reserves 0–2 First Vienna FC
Red Bull Salzburg Reserves 2–2 aet
3-5 pen
FC Gratkorn
FC Dornbirn 3–1 aet TSV Hartberg

1This match was abandoned in the 77th minute due to Grazer AK fans storming the pitch.

Third round[edit]

This round involved the 16 winners from the previous round. The matches were played on 9 and 10 March 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Wacker Innsbruck 0–1 SC Austria Lustenau
LASK Linz 1–0 FK Austria Wien
Blau-Weiß Linz 1–2 SK Rapid Wien
SK Sturm Graz 2–0 FC Red Bull Salzburg
SK Austria Kärnten 3–2 First Vienna FC
FC Dornbirn 0–2 SV Ried
FC Trenkwalder Admira 0–0 (aet)
(p) 4–2
FC Gratkorn
FC Lustenau 07 1–3 SC Wiener Neustadt

Quarterfinals[edit]

This round involved the eight winners from the previous round. These matches were played on 30 and 31 March 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
SK Sturm Graz 1–0 (aet) FC Trenkwalder Admira
SK Austria Kärnten 3–2 SK Rapid Wien
SC Wiener Neustadt 2–1 (aet) LASK Linz
SV Ried 1–1 (aet)
(p) 4–2
SC Austria Lustenau

Semifinals[edit]

This round involved the four winners from the previous round. These matches took place on 20 and 21 April 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
SK Austria Kärnten 0–4 SC Wiener Neustadt
SV Ried 0–1 SK Sturm Graz

Final[edit]

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