2011 Sultan Qaboos Cup

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2011 Sultan Qaboos Cup
Country  Oman
Teams 36
Champions Dhofar
Runners-up Al-Ittihad
Matches played 41
Goals scored 107 (2.61 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Brazil Lorinko
(5 goals)

The 2011 Sultan Qaboos Cup was the 39th edition of the Sultan Qaboos Cup (Arabic: كأس السلطان قابوس‎‎), the premier knockout tournament for football teams in Oman.

The competition began on 16 September 2011 with the Qualification Round and concluded on 26 December 2011. Al-Oruba SC were the defending champions, having won their third title in 2010. On Monday 26 December 2011, Dhofar S.C.S.C. were crowned the champions of the 2011 Sultan Qaboos Cup when they defeated Al-Ittihad Club 1–0,[1] hence winning the title for the record eighth time.[2]

Teams[edit]

This year the tournament had 36 teams. The winners qualified for the 2013 AFC Cup.

Qualification Round[edit]

8 teams played a knockout tie. 4 ties were played over one leg. The first match was played between Al-Hamra SC and Madha SC on 16 September 2011. Al-Hamra SC, Al-Rustaq SC, Nizwa Club, Bahla Club advanced to the Round of 32 after winning their respective ties.




Round of 32[edit]

32 teams played a knockout tie. 16 ties were played over one leg. The first match played was between Al-Mudhaibi SC and Majees SC on 29 September 2011. 16 teams advanced to the Round of 16.
















Round of 16[edit]

16 teams played a knockout tie. 8 ties were played over one leg. The first match was played between Ahli Sidab Club and Al-Mudhaibi SC on 22 October 2011. 8 teams advanced to the Quarterfinals.








Quarterfinals[edit]

8 teams played a knockout tie. 4 ties were played over two legs. The first match was played between Sur SC and Al-Oruba SC on 1 November 2011. Sur SC, Al-Ittihad Club, Salalah SC and Dhofar S.C.S.C. qualified for the Semifinals.

1st Legs[edit]




2nd Legs[edit]




Semifinals[edit]

4 teams played a knockout tie. 2 ties were played over two legs. The first match was played between Sur SC and Al-Ittihad Club on 1 December 2011. Dhofar S.C.S.C. and Al-Ittihad Club qualified for the finals.

1st Legs[edit]


2nd Legs[edit]


Finals[edit]

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