2014–15 Swiss Cup

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2014–15 Swiss Cup
Country  Switzerland
Teams64
ChampionsSion
Runners-upBasel
Matches played63
Goals scored239 (3.79 per match)

The 2014–15 Swiss Cup was the 90th season of Switzerland's annual football cup competition. The competition started on 23 August 2014 with the first games of Round 1 and ended on 7 June 2015 with the Final, won by Sion. As winners of the competition, they qualified for the Group Stage[1] of the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League. The reigning title holders were Zürich.

Participating clubs[edit]

All 19 teams from Super League and Challenge League (teams from Liechtenstein only play in the 2014–15 Liechtenstein Cup) automatically entered this year's competition, as well as 45 teams from lower leagues. Teams from 1. Liga Promotion and below had to qualify through separate qualifying rounds within their leagues. Teams from regional leagues had to qualify by winning the last season's regional cups.

2014–15 Super League
9 teams
2014–15 Challenge League
10 teams
2014–15 Promotion League
9 teams
2014–15 1. Liga
13 teams
2014–15 2. Liga Interregional
9 teams
2014–15 Regional leagues
14 teams

Sixth tier

  • ASI Audax-Friùl (NE)
  • FC Greifensee (ZH)
  • FC Henau (SG)
  • CS Italien (GE)
  • FC Murten (FR)
  • FC Pratteln (BL)
  • FC Rothrist (AG)
  • FC Schönbühl (BE)
  • FC Subingen (SO)
  • FC Tägerwilen (TG)
  • Vedeggio Calcio (TI)
  • FC Visp (VS)

Seventh tier

  • FC Nottwil (LU)
  • SC Veltheim (AG)

TH Title holders.

Round 1[edit]

Teams from Super League and Challenge League were seeded in this round. In a match, the home advantage was granted to the team from the lower league, if applicable.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
23 August 2014
FC Baden 0–3 FC St. Gallen
FC Breitenrain 2–3 FC Thun
US Terre Sainte 0–1 FC Biel-Bienne
SC Cham 2–1 SC Düdingen
CS Italien 0–4 FC Basel
BSC Old Boys 1–2 FC Lugano
SC YF Juventus 1–3 FC Lausanne-Sport
FC Muri 0–3 FC Wohlen
FC Eschenbar 1–3 FC Winterthur
FC Rothrist 0–1 FC Le Mont
FC Stade-Lausanne-Ouchy 0–1 FC Münsingen
SC Buochs 1–0 FC Frauenfeld
FC Stade-Payerne 1–4 FC Schötz
FC Dietikon 0–4 FC Wil
FC Mendrisio 0–2 FC Chiasso
FC Pratteln 0–8 FC Black Stars
SC Veltheim 2–3 (a.e.t.) FC Henau
Vedeggio Calcio 0–2 Grasshopper Zürich
Neuchâtel Xamax FCS 1–1 (a.e.t.)
(p. 4–2)
Étoile Carouge FC
FC Hergiswil 2–1 FC Tuggen
24 August 2014
FC Perly-Certoux 2–4 FC Schaffhausen
FC Sirnach 0–8 Servette FC
FC Nottwil 0–5 FC Köniz
FC Konolfingen 0–9 FC Luzern
FC Bavois 0–1 BSC Young Boys
FC La Chaux-de-Fonds 1–3 FC Sion
FC Schönbühl 0–7 FC Zürich
FC Murten 0–4 FC Stade Nyonnais
FC Greifensee 2–1 FC Subingen
FC Tägerwilen 4–1 FC Visp
AC Taverne 1–7 FC Aarau
ASI Audax-Friùl 0–2 FC Locarno

Round 2[edit]

The winners of Round 1 played in this round. Teams from Super League were seeded, the home advantage was granted to the team from the lower league, if applicable.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
19 September 2014
FC Lausanne-Sport 0–1 FC Thun
20 September 2014
FC Tägerwilen 3–9 FC Lugano
FC Münsingen 1–0 FC Locarno
FC Biel-Bienne 0–1 FC Sion
FC Chiasso 0–1 FC Aarau
FC Schaffhausen 3–5 (a.e.t.) FC Luzern
SC Buochs 1–0 BSC Young Boys
FC Henau 2–3 (a.e.t.) FC Wil
FC Hergiswil 1–3 FC Schötz
21 September 2014
FC Black Stars 1–2 (a.e.t.) FC Zürich
FC Winterthur 0–4 FC Basel
Neuchâtel Xamax FCS 3–5 Grasshopper Zürich
Servette FC 1–2 FC Wohlen
FC Greifensee 2–3 SC Cham
FC Le Mont 1–2 FC St. Gallen
FC Stade Nyonnais 1–2 FC Köniz

Round 3[edit]

The winners of Round 2 played in this round. Teams from Super League were seeded, the home advantage was granted to the team from the lower league. SC Buochs, from the fifth tier of Swiss football, were the lowest-ranked team in this round.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
29 October 2014
FC Luzern 1–2 FC Aarau
FC Lugano 0–1 (a.e.t.) Grasshopper Zürich
FC Wohlen 1–3 FC Basel
FC St. Gallen 2–1 (a.e.t.) FC Thun
30 October 2014
FC Köniz 0–3 FC Sion
FC Münsingen 3–2 FC Wil
SC Buochs 2–0 FC Schötz
3 December 2014
SC Cham 0–5 FC Zürich

Quarter-finals[edit]

The winners of Round 3 played in the Quarter-finals. There was no home advantage granted in the draw. SC Buochs, from the fifth tier of Swiss football, are the lowest-ranked team in this round.

FC Münsingen1–6FC Basel
Plüss Goal 81' Hamoudi Goal 7'
Kakitani Goal 24'42'59'
Embolo Goal 34'
Delgado Goal 41' (pen.)
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Alain Bieri

FC Zürich1–0 (a.e.t.)Grasshopper Zürich
Rodríguez Goal 96'
Attendance: 11,400
Referee: Stephan Klossner

FC Sion2–1FC Aarau
Konaté Goal 3'
Fernandes Goal 27'
Seger Goal 90+3'
Attendance: 6,800

SC Buochs0–5FC St. Gallen
Sikorski Goal 27'
Rodriguez Goal 44' (pen.)
Sikorski Goal 53'
Aratore Goal 57'
Tafer Goal 88'
Stadion Seefeld, Buochs
Attendance: 4,400
Referee: Adrien Jaccottet

Semi-finals[edit]

FC Zürich0–1FC Sion
Konaté Goal 48'
Attendance: 6,883

FC St. Gallen1–3FC Basel
Čavušević Goal 87' Gashi Goal 14'60'
Mutsch Goal 44' (o.g.)
Attendance: 16,690

Final[edit]

FC Basel0–3FC Sion
Konaté Goal 18'
Fernandes Goal 50'
Carlitos Goal 60'
Attendance: 35,674

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2015/16 Access list Bert Kassies' Site

External links[edit]