2010–11 Cupa României

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2010–11 Cupa României
Country Romania
Teams 202
Defending champions CFR Cluj
Champions Steaua Bucureşti
Runners-up Dinamo Bucureşti

The 2010–11 Cupa României was the seventy-third season of the annual Romanian football knockout tournament. It began on 17 July 2010 with the matches of the first round. For the third consecutive season, CFR Cluj were the defending champions. However, CFR were eliminated in the quarter-finals by Gloria Bistriţa, and the cup was won by Steaua Bucureşti for the first time after 12 years.

The winners of the competition qualified for the play-off round of the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League.

Round of 32[edit]

The 14 winners of the fifth phase entered in this round and were joined by the 18 teams from 2010–11 Liga I.[1]

A more complex seeding process was employed for this round. The 32 teams were divided in three pots: A, B and C. Pot A contained the first 6 teams from the previous season of Liga I. Pot B contained the remaining 12 teams from Liga I, and pot C was filled with the 14 clubs from lower leagues. 6 teams from pot C were paired with teams from pot A, with the remaining 8 being drawn against clubs from pot B. Lastly, the four remaining teams from pot B were mated between them.

Universitatea Cluj 1–0 Victoria Brăneşti
Piţ Goal 48'

Voinţa Sibiu 3–1 Gaz Metan Mediaş
Buican Goal 34'
Beza Goal 103'
Popa Goal 104'
Goal 37' Martin
Referee: Emil Voicu

ACU Arad 0–1 CFR Cluj
Goal 116' Bud
Referee: Florin Mihai Marcu

FC U Craiova 5–0 Minerul Lupeni
Găman Goal 10'
Ologu Goal 43'
Roman Goal 51'
Gângioveanu Goal 63'84'
Referee: Radu Petrescu

Rapid Bucureşti 5–0 Petrolul Ploieşti
Sburlea Goal 15'
Grigorie Goal 17'
António Goal 18'51'
Césinha Goal 81'

Sportul Studenţesc 3–1 CS Otopeni
Gheorghe Goal 7'
Ferfelea Goal 81'
Postolache Goal 90+3'
Goal 70' (pen.) Dumitrescu
Referee: Lucian Rusandu

Silvania Şimleu Silvaniei 0–1 FCM Târgu Mureş
Goal 78' Astafei
Referee: Dan Monea

Gloria Bistriţa 3–0 Astra II Giurgiu
Nalaţi Goal 22'
Coroian Goal 41'
J. Moraes Goal 77'
Referee: Paul Unimatan

Juventus Bucureşti 1–3 Politehnica Timișoara
Nica Goal 74' Goal 21' Mansour
Goal 34' Tameş
Goal 55' Goga
Referee: Andrei Chivulete

Unirea Urziceni 1–0 Delta Tulcea
Bâtfoi Goal 11'
Referee: Dragoş Istrate

Alro Slatina 0–0 (aet) SC Vaslui
Penalties
Voicu Penalty scored
Dumitra Penalty scored
Kalai Penalty missed
Pasăre Penalty scored
Precup Penalty scored
4–3 Penalty scored Zmeu
Penalty scored Milanov
Penalty scored Adaílton
Penalty missed Wesley
Penalty missed Yero
Referee: Georgian Ionescu

Pandurii Târgu Jiu 3–2 Viitorul Constanţa
Cardoso Goal 7'89'
Iordache Goal 82'
Goal 27' Cârstocea
Goal 90+1' Benzar
Referee: Marian Balaci

Dinamo Bucureşti 2–0 Ceahlăul Piatra Neamţ
Moţi Goal 12'
An. Cristea Goal 60' (pen.)
Referee: Mugurel Drăgănescu

Chimia Brazi 0–1 FC Braşov
Goal 4' Diarrassouba
Referee: Marian Bordean

Astra Ploieşti 2–1 Oţelul Galaţi
Lukacs Goal 7'69' Goal 90+1' Giurgiu
Referee: Sebastian Colţescu

Gaz Metan CFR Craiova 0–1 Steaua Bucureşti
Goal 63' Nicoliţă
Referee: Adrian Comănescu

Round of 16[edit]

Quarterfinals[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Gloria Bistriţa 1–7 Dinamo Bucureşti 0–2 1–5
Steaua Bucureşti 1–1 (a) FC Braşov 0–0 1–1

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Final[edit]

Dinamo Bucureşti 1–2 Steaua Bucureşti
Torje Goal 33' Goal 24' Dică
Goal 51' (o.g.) Bărboianu
Referee: Marius Avram

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Competitii Interne - FRF". Frfotbal.ro. Retrieved 2015-09-05. 

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