2012–13 Luxembourg Cup

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2012–13 Luxembourg Cup
Country  Luxembourg
Teams 105

The 2012–13 Luxembourg Cup is the 88th season of Luxembourg's annual football cup competition. It began on 2 September 2012 with Round 1 and is scheduled to end in May 2013 with the Final. The winners of the competition will qualify for the first qualifying round of the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League. F91 Dudelange are the defending champions, having won their fifth cup title last season.

Calendar[edit]

Round Date Fixtures New entrants
Round One 2 September 2012 17 34 (18 from 2012-13 2. Division, 16 from 2012-13 3. Division)
Round Two 16 September 2012 16 15 (10 from 2012-13 2. Division, 5 from 2012-13 3. Division)
Round Three 5 and 7 October 2012 22 28 (from 2012-13 1. Division)
Round Four 27 and 28 October 2012 18 14 (from 2012-13 Division of Honour)
Round Five 16 and 18 November 2012 16 14 (from 2012–13 Luxembourg National Division)
Round Six 1 and 2 December 2012 8
Quarterfinals 1 May 2013 4
Semifinals 7 and 8 May 2013 2
Final 17 May 2013 1

Round 1[edit]

34 teams from the 2. Division (IV) and 3. Division (V) entered in this round. The games were played on 2 September 2012.[1]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
FC Ehlerange (IV) 4–1 Kischpelt Wilwerwiltz (V)
Jeunesse Useldange (V) 2–1 FC Schengen (V)
AS Hosingen (IV) 1–0 Olympia Christnach/Waldbillig (V)
FC Kehlen (IV) 6–1 FC Red Black/Egalité 07 (V)
US Rambrouch (V) 3–5 Etoile Sportive Clemency (IV)
Claravallis Clervaux (V) 0–6 FC Schifflingen 95 (IV)
Racing Heiderscheid/Eschdorf (V) 0–4 Syra Mensdorf (IV)
FC Koerich/Simmern (V) 0–1 Rupensia Lusitanos Larochette (V)
FC Noertzange HF (V) 2–3 Jeunesse Schieren (IV)
Racing Troisvierges (IV) 0–3[2] AS Luxemburg/Porto (IV)
FC Kopstal 33 (IV) 2–0 Jeunesse Gilsdorf (V)
AS Wincrange (IV) 4–1 Les Ardoisiers Perlé (V)
Red Star Merl/Belair (V) 2–1 US Folschette (IV)
SC Ell (IV) 5–1 Sporting Beckerich (V)
Blo-Weiss Medernach (IV) 4–2 Tricolore Gasperich (IV)
Etoile Sportive Schouweiler (V) 5–0 Excelsior Grevels (IV)
Sporting Bertrange (IV) 3–1 AS Colmar-Berg (IV)

Bye: Alisontia Steinsel, FC Brouch, CS Bourscheid, Jeunesse Biwer, Les Aiglons Dalheim, Minière Lasauvage, US Moutfort/Medingen, Red Boys Aspelt, Résidence Walferdange, US Reisdorf, CS Sanem, Sporting Bettembourg, Union Mertert/Wasserbillig, Union Remich/Bous, Vinesca Ehnen.

Round 2[edit]

The seventeen winners of Round 1 and the fifteen other teams from the 2. Division (IV) and 3. Division (V) competed in this round. The games were played on 16 September 2012.[1]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
US Reisdorf (V) 0–5 Etoile Sportive Schouweiler (V)
AS Hosingen (IV) 2–7 Union Remich/Bous (IV)
US Moutfort/Medingen (V) 1–2 Etoile Sportive Clemency (IV)
Les Aiglons Dalheim (V) 3–2 Syra Mensdorf (IV)
CS Sanem (IV) 3–1 AS Luxemburg/Porto (IV)
Sporting Bertrange (IV) 5–1 Blo-Weiss Medernach (IV)
Jeunesse Schieren (IV) 3–0 Red Star Merl/Belair (V)
FC Kopstal 33 (IV) 1–3 FC Schifflingen 95 (IV)
FC Brouch (IV) 7–2 (a.e.t.) Jeunesse Useldange (V)
Alisontia Steinsel (IV) 1–2 Résidence Walferdange (IV)
Minière Lasauvage (V) 2–1 FC Kehlen (IV)
FC Ehlerange (IV) 1–2 Sporting Bettembourg (IV)
CS Bourscheid (IV) 2–0 SC Ell (IV)
Rupensia Lusitanos Larochette (V) 3–1 Vinesca Ehnen (V)
Union Mertert/Wasserbillig (IV) 4–0 Jeunesse Biwer (IV)
Red Boys Aspelt (IV) 0–1 AS Wincrange (IV)

Round 3[edit]

The sixteen winners of Round 2 competed in this round, as well as twenty-eight teams from Division 1 (III), which enter the competition in this round. The games were played on 5 and 7 October 2012.[1][3]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
US Esch (III) 3–1 (a.e.t.) AS Wincrange (IV)
Sporting Bettembourg (IV) 2–1 Berdenia Berburg (III)
FC Cebra 01 (III) 1–0 Rupensia Lusitanos Larochette (V)
FC Avenir Beggen (III) 1–2 US Feulen (III)
Daring Echternach (III) 0–3 FC Minerva Lintgen (III)
Atert Bissen (III) 4–2 SC Steinfort (III)
FC Lorentzweiler (III) 0–0 (a.e.t.)
p. 4–5
Jeunesse Junglinster (III)
US Berdorf/Consdorf (III) 6–0 FC Green Boys 77 Harlange-Tarchamps (III)
Etoile Sportive Clemency (IV) 4–4 (a.e.t.)
p. 3–5
Minière Lasauvage (V)
CS Sanem (IV) 3–3 (a.e.t.)
p. 4–1
Union Remich/Bous (IV)
Orania Vianden (III) 1–2 Luna Obercorn (III)
FC 47 Bastendorf (III) 1–2 Marisca Mersch (III)
FC Schifflingen 95 (IV) 2–1 Etoile Sportive Schouweiler (V)
CS Bourscheid (IV) 0–4 FC Pratzerthal/Rédange (III)
Union Mertert/Wasserbillig (IV) 6–2 US Boevange/Attert (III)
Yellow Boys Weiler-la-Tour (III) 3–2 (a.e.t.) Sporting Mertzig (III)
FC Rodange 91 (III) 4–3 Koeppchen Wormeldange (III)
The Belval Belvaux (III) 1–0 (a.e.t.) Blo-Weiss Itzig (III)
Résidence Walferdange (IV) 2–1 Titus Lamadelaine (III)
Sporting Bertrange (IV) 6–0 Les Aiglons Dalheim (V)
Jeunesse Schieren (IV) 1–2 Blue Boys Muhlenbach (III)
FC Brouch (IV) 1–1 (a.e.t.)
p. 6–5
FC Munsbach (III)

Round 4[edit]

The twenty-two winners of Round 3 competed in this round, as well as fourteen teams from the Division of Honour (II), which enter the competition in this round. The games were played on 27 and 28 October 2012.[1][4]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
CS Sanem (IV) 0–4 Swift Hesperange (II)
FF Norden 02 (II) 0–6 US Berdorf/Consdorf (III)
US Feulen (III) 3–2 Sporting Bettembourg (IV)
US Esch (III) 3–0 UNA Strassen (II)
Blue Boys Muhlenbach (III) 0–2 Union Mertert/Wasserbillig (IV)
Jeunesse Junglinster (III) 0–5 US Rumelange (II)
FC Pratzerthal/Rédange (III) 0–4 CS Oberkorn (II)
Atert Bissen (III) 3–2 FC Minerva Lintgen (III)
Yellow Boys Weiler-la-Tour (III) 3–1 FC Schifflingen 95 (IV)
FC Rodange 91 (III) 4–4 (a.e.t.)
p. 5–6
Erpeldange 72 (II)
FCM Young Boys Diekirch (II) 2–1 Minière Lasauvage (V)
Mondercange (II) 0–5 Sporting Bertrange (IV)
Marisca Mersch (III) 3–1 Mamer 32 (II)
Résidence Walferdange (IV) 0–1 US Sandweiler (II)
Luna Obercorn (III) 2–3 Victoria Rosport (II)
FC Brouch (IV) 1–4 US Hostert (II)
Alliance Aischdall Hobscheid/Eischen (II) 1–3 FC Cebra 01 (III)
US Mondorf-les-Bains (II) 2–1 The Belval Belvaux (III)

Round 5[edit]

The eighteen winners of Round 4 compete in this round, as well as the fourteen teams from the National Division (I), which enter the competition in this round. The games are played on 16 and 18 November 2012.[1][5]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
US Feulen (III) 0−4 Wiltz 71 (I)
Marisca Mersch (III) 0–3 Differdange 03 (I)
US Esch (III) 1–4 F91 Dudelange (I)
US Hostert (II) 3–3 (a.e.t.)
p. 5–3
Pétange (I)
FC Cebra 01 (III) 0–3 (a.e.t.) Union 05 Kayl-Tétange (I)
US Rumelange (II) 1–3 Jeunesse Esch (I)
Victoria Rosport (II) 2–2 (a.e.t.)
p. 3–5
Käerjeng 97 (I)
US Berdorf/Consdorf (III) 0–7 RM Hamm Benfica (I)
Erpeldange 72 (II) 3–2 (a.e.t.) Jeunesse Canach (I)
Swift Hesperange (II) 1–2 Fola Esch (I)
CS Oberkorn (II) 0–2 Grevenmacher (I)
Union Mertert/Wasserbillig (IV) 0–2 Etzella Ettelbruck (I)
FCM Young Boys Diekirch (II) 0–3 Progrès Niederkorn (I)
US Mondorf-les-Bains (II) 0–2 RFCU Luxembourg (I)
Sporting Bertrange (IV) 3–4 (a.e.t.) Yellow Boys Weiler-la-Tour (III)
Atert Bissen (III) 1–0 US Sandweiler (II)

Round 6[edit]

The sixteen winners of Round 5 competed in this round. The games were played on 1 and 2 December 2012.[1][6]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
F91 Dudelange (I) 4–1 (a.e.t.) Union 05 Kayl-Tétange (I)
Yellow Boys Weiler-la-Tour (III) 2–3 Atert Bissen (III)
Etzella Ettelbruck (I) 0–7 Differdange 03 (I)
Progrès Niederkorn (I) 2–1 RFCU Luxembourg (I)
Fola Esch (I) 1–2 Jeunesse Esch (I)
Erpeldange 72 (II) 1–4 US Hostert (II)
Käerjeng 97 (I) 1–0 RM Hamm Benfica (I)
Grevenmacher (I) 4−2 (a.e.t.) Wiltz 71 (I)

Quarterfinals[edit]

The eight winners from Round 6 competed in the quarterfinals. They were held on 1 May 2013.[1][7]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
US Hostert (II) 1−2 (a.e.t.) Grevenmacher (I)
Differdange 03 (I) 2−0 Atert Bissen (III)
Käerjeng 97 (I) 1−0 Progrès Niederkorn (I)
Jeunesse Esch (I) 0−0 (a.e.t.)
p. 3–1
F91 Dudelange (I)

Semi Finals[edit]

The four winners from quarter finals competed in the semi finals. They were held on 8 and 9 May 2013

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Käerjeng 97 (I) 0–2 Jeunesse Esch (I)
Differdange 03 (I) 1–0 Grevenmacher (I)

Final[edit]

17 May 2013
19:30
Jeunesse Esch 2 − 1 Differdange 03
Ibrahimović Goal 17'19' Franzoni Goal 37' (pen.)
Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg City
Attendance: 2.353
Referee: Alain Durieux

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g "Coupe de Luxembourg". Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  2. ^ Match originally won 5-4 by Racing Troisvierges, however the match was subsequently awarded as a 3-0 win to AS Luxemburg/Porto
  3. ^ "3rd Round". Soccerway. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  4. ^ "4th Round". Soccerway. Retrieved 28 October 2012. 
  5. ^ "5th Round". Soccerway. Retrieved 5 November 2012. 
  6. ^ "8th Finals". Soccerway. Retrieved 24 November 2012. 
  7. ^ "Quarter Finals". Soccerway. Retrieved 4 January 2013. 

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