2009 Thai FA Cup

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2009 Thai FA Cup
Thai FA.CUP final.svg
Country Thailand
Dates 27 June 2009 – 23 October 2009
Teams 78
Champions Thai Port
Runners-up BEC Tero Sasana

The Thai FA Cup 2009 (Thai: มูลนิธิไทยคม เอฟเอคัพ) was the 14th season of Thailand knockout football competition. The competition started on 27 June 2009 and concluded with the Final on 21 October 2009. It was the first time the competition was held in 8 years. The tournament is organized by the Football Association of Thailand.

The cup winner were guaranteed a place in the 2010 AFC Cup.

Qualifying round[edit]

All of the 28 teams came from Division 2, Khǒr Royal Cup, Khor Royal Cup and Ngor Royal Cup. Because the FAT added teams from the Recruitment Team leagues, teams 32 To 47 had to face a Qualifying Round before entering the First Round proper.

Date team Score team
June 27 Rose Asia Pathum Thani 1 – 2 Samut Prakan
June 27 Chainat 1 – 1
(5 – 6 p)
Nakhon Ratchasima
June 27 Chandrakasem Rajabhat University 1 – 0 Kasem Bundit University
June 28 Pathum Tani University 1 – 3 Southeast Bangkok College
June 28 Bangkok North Central ASSN 1 – 1
(3 – 4 p)
Thai Summit Samut Prakan
June 28 Bangpa-in School 1 – 0 Bangkok Sananruka IPE
June 28 Suke Kokee 1 – 0 J.W. Group
Date team Score team
June 28 Raj Pracha 1 – 1
(3 – 5 p)
Surin FC
June 28 Dhurakij Pundit University 2 – 2
(4 – 6 p)
Bangkok Glass SA
June 29 Rajdamnern-Thonburi CC 3 – 0 Hakka FC
June 29 Thonburi University 0 – 2 Sutiwararam Alumnus Association
June 29 Christian-Thai 0 – 2 Ku Kot Municipality
June 30 Ratchaphruek College 1 – 0 Ubon United
Assumption College Sriracha Withdraw Loei City[1]

First round[edit]

Date team Score team
July 1 Ban Thungkled-VR Klang 2 – 2
(5 - 7 p)
Samut Prakan
July 1 Tak FC 1 – 4 Nakhon Ratchasima
July 1 Phitsanulok 0 – 1 Chankasem Rajabhat University
July 1 Cha Choeng Sao 1 – 1
(3 - 4 p)
Southeast Bangkok College
July 1 Raj-Vithi 1 – 1
(2 - 3 p)
Thai Summit Samut Prakan
July 1 Bangkok Christian College 6 – 0 Bangpa-in School
July 4 Vongchavalitkul University AA 1 – 1
(4 - 3 p)
Suke Kokee
July 4 Assumption College Thonburi 1 – 4 Bangkok Glass SA
Date team Score team
July 4 Krungkao SA 3 – 1 Sutiwararam Alumnus Association
July 4 Dhummanusorn Foundation 1 – 1
(4 - 3 p)
Dhumrong Thai FC
July 8 Pattaya 8 School 3 – 3
(6 - 5 p)
Surin FC
July 8 Chiangmai United 1 – 2 Rajdamnern-Thonburi CC
July 8 Udon Thani 2 – 3 Ku Kot Municipality
July 8 Rayong 1 – 0 Ratchaphruek College
July 8 Kamphaeng Phet FC 0 – 2 Assumption College Sriracha
July 8 Debsirin Alumni Association 1 – 1
(5 - 2 p)
Phuket FC

Second round[edit]

Date Home Score Awey
July 15 Samut Prakan 1 – 1
(2 - 4 p)
Krungkao SA
July 15 Police United 3 – 0 Thai Summit Samut Prakan
July 15 Nakhon Ratchasima 2 – 1 Royal Thai Army
July 16 Chankasem Rajabhat University 1 – 2 Pattaya 8 School
July 18 Southeast Bangkok College 1 – 2 Sisaket
July 18 PTT 5 – 0 Assumption College Sriracha
July 18 Khonkaen 3 – 2 Air and Coastal Defense Command
July 18 Surat Thani 2 – 1 Ku Kot Municipality
Date Home Score Awey
July 19 Royal Thai Air Force 0 – 2 Customs Department FC
July 19 Debsirin Alumni Association 0 – 3 Rattana Bundit
July 19 Thai Airways-Ban Bueng 0 – 1 Chanthaburi
July 19 Songkhla 1 – 0 Prachinburi
July 19 Dhummanusorn Foundation 1 – 3 Bangkok Glass SA
July 19 Nakhon Sawan 1 – 1
(6 - 4 p)
Thai Honda
July 22 Rajdamnern-Thonburi CC 1 – 4 Bangkok Christian College
July 22 Vongchavalitkul University AA 0 – 0
(3 - 1 p)
Rayong

Third round[edit]

Date Home Score Awey
July 29 Nakhon Pathom 3 – 3
(8 - 9 p)
Sriracha
July 29 TTM Samut Sakhon 1 – 0 PTT
July 29 Rajnavy Rayong 1 – 2 Thai Port
July 29 Nakhon Ratchasima 0 – 0
(4 - 2 p)
Customs Department
August 5 Chanthaburi 4 – 0 Bangkok Christian College
August 5 Khonkaen 0 – 0
(4 - 3 p)
Samut Songkhram
August 5 Osotsapa M-150 3 – 1 Bangkok Glass SA
August 5 Police United 2 – 1 Chula United
Date Home Score Awey
August 19 BEC Tero Sasana 4 – 3 Songkhla
August 19 Bangkok Glass 1 – 0 Muang Thong United
August 19 Rattana Bundit 1 – 2 Krungkao SA
August 26 PEA 7 – 1 Nakhon Sawan
August 26 Pattaya 8 School 1 – 4 Chonburi
August 26 Vongchavalitkul University AA 2 – 5 Pattaya United
August 26 Sisaket 1 – 1
(5 - 6 p)
Surat Thani
August 26 TOT 1 – 2 Bangkok United

Fourth round[edit]








Quarter-finals[edit]




Semi-finals[edit]


Final[edit]

Thailand FA Cup
2009 Winners

Thai Port
First Title

Awards[edit]

  • MVP:
  • Top Scorer:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]