2010 Svenska Cupen Final

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2010 Svenska Cupen Final
Event 2010 Svenska Cupen
Date 13 November 2010
Venue Söderstadion, Stockholm
Referee Daniel Stålhammar (Landskrona)
Attendance 12,357
2009
2011

The 2010 Svenska Cupen final took place on 13 November 2010 at Söderstadion in Stockholm. The match was contested by Superettan side Hammarby IF and Allsvenskan side Helsingborgs IF. Hammarby, who never has won the cup, played their first final since 1983.[1] Helsingborg's latest title was four years earlier in 2006, their third cup title of all time.

A late strike in the 80th minute by Rasmus Jönsson secured the cup title for Helsingborg and ended a very successful season for the Scanian team. A week before, they had also finished runners-up in Allsvenskan.

Road to the Final[edit]

Hammarby IF Helsingborgs IF
Värmdö IF [D2]
A
2-3 (aet)[2]
Holmqvist 72'
Hallenius 90'
Holmqvist 91'
Second round
Trelleborgs FF [AS]
H
3-1[3]
Helg 4'
Helg 54'
Bojassen 80'
Third round Hammarby TFF [D1]
A
1-3[4]
Makondele 28'
Jönsson 58', 60'
IF Elfsborg [AS]
H
3-1[5]
Castro-Tello 8'
Furuseth Olsen 68'
Castro-Tello 70'
Fourth round BK Häcken [AS]
H
2-1[6]
Lindström 89'
Sundin 90'+4
IF Brommapojkarna [AS]
H
2-2 (AET), 5-4 (p)[7]
Castro-Tello 23'
Hallenius 45'
Quarter finals AIK [AS]
A
1-1 (AET), 3-4 (p)[8]
Lindström 41'
Kalmar FF [AS]
H
2-2 (AET), 4-3 (p)[9]
Törnstrand 32'
Castro-Tello 43'
Semi finals Mjällby AIF [AS]
H
2-0[10]
Sundin 63'
Holgersson 79'
  • Helsingborgs IF entered the tournament in the third round.
  • Square brackets [ ] represent the opposition's division.

Match details[edit]

November 13, 2010
16:00 CET
Hammarby IF 0 – 1 Helsingborgs IF
Report Jönsson 80'
Söderstadion, Stockholm
Attendance: 12,357
Referee: Daniel Stålhammar (Landskrona)
Hammarby
Helsingborg
GK 40 Sweden Johannes Hopf YC 77'
RB 2 Sweden David Johansson
CB 27 Sweden Marcus Törnstrand Substituted off 46'
CB 3 Sweden José Monteiro (c)
LB 25 Sweden Fadi Malke
RM 15 Norway Petter Furuseth Olsen Substituted off 76'
CM 4 Denmark Christian Traoré YC 28'
CM 10 Sweden Andreas Dahl
LM 23 Sweden Maic Sema
FW 9 Sweden Sebastian Castro-Tello YC 39'
FW 18 Sweden Max Forsberg Substituted off 81'
Substitutes:
DF 6 Sweden Patrik Gerrbrand Substituted in 46'
MF 8 Sweden Fredrik Söderström
DF 13 Sweden Isak Dahlin
FW 16 Sweden Tobias Holmqvist
MF 26 Sweden Simon Helg Substituted in 81'
GK 30 Sweden George Moussan
FW 36 Sweden Christer Gustafsson YC 90+1' Substituted in 76'
Manager:
Sweden Roger Franzén
GK 30 Sweden Pär Hansson
RB 21 Sweden Christoffer Andersson Substituted off 46'
CB 24 Sweden Marcus Nilsson
CB 26 Sweden Joel Ekstrand
LB 14 Sweden Erik Edman
RM 19 Sweden Rasmus Jönsson Substituted off 90'
CM 6 South Africa May Mahlangu
CM 10 Sweden Marcus Lantz (c)
LM 21 Netherlands Rachid Bouaouzan Substituted off 46'
FW 9 Sweden Erik Sundin
FW 18 Sweden Alexander Gerndt
Substitutes:
GK 1 Sweden Oscar Berglund
DF 5 Finland Hannu Patronen Substituted in 90'
MF 7 Sweden Mattias Lindström
MF 8 Norway Ardian Gashi Substituted in 46'
FW 11 Brazil Rafael Porcellis
DF 23 Sweden Erik Wahlstedt Substituted in 46'
DF 27 Sweden Johan Eiswohld
Manager:
Sweden Conny Karlsson

MATCH OFFICIALS

MATCH RULES

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

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