2014 Deildabikar

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2014 Deildabikar
Country  Iceland
Dates 14 February – 25 April
Teams 24
Champions FH (6th title)
Runners-up Breiðablik
Matches played 91
Goals scored 317 (3.48 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Ingimundur Níels Óskarsson (9)

The 2014 Deildabikar is the 19th season of the Icelandic League Cup, a pre-season professional football competition in Iceland. The competition started on 15 February 2014 and concluded on 24 April 2014. Breiðablik were the reigning champions, having won their first League Cup last year.

The 24 teams from the Úrvalsdeild and 1. deild karla were divided into 3 groups of 8 teams. Every team played every other team of its group once, home, away or on a neutral ground for a total of 7 games. Each group winner, each runner-up and the two best third-place finishes entered the quarter-finals.

Group stage[edit]

The games will be played from 15 February to 12 April 2014.

Group 1[edit]

Note:
1 Fram played with an ineligible player, the original result was 3−0.

Group 2[edit]

Note:
1 FH played with an ineligible player, the original result was 2−3.

Group 3[edit]

Note:
1 KV played with an ineligible player, the original result was 2−2.

Knockout stage[edit]

The top two teams of each group and the two best third-place entered the quarterfinals.[1]

Quarterfinals[edit]

The games were played on 16 and 17 April.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Þór 2−2 (4−3 p) Keflavík
Breiðablik 1−0 Víkingur R.
Stjarnan 1−2 FH
KR 3−1 Fylkir

Semifinals[edit]

The games were played on 21 April.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
KR 1−1 (2−4 p) FH
Þór 1−2 Breiðablik

Final[edit]

25 April 2014
19:00 GMT
Breiðablik 1−4 FH
Eyjólfsson Goal 78' Report Óskarsson Goal 21'64'86'
Rúnarsson Goal 90+3'
Samsung völlurinn, Garðabær
Attendance: 489
Referee: Vilhjálmur Alvar Þórarinsson

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Player Team Goals
1 Iceland Ingimundur Níels Óskarsson FH 9
2 Iceland Kristján Gauti Emilsson FH 7
3 Iceland Veigar Páll Gunnarsson Stjarnan 6
4 Iceland Aron Bjarki Jósepsson KR 5
Iceland Árni Vilhjálmsson Breiðablik
Iceland Emil Pálsson FH
Iceland Ragnar Leósson Fjölnir
Iceland Hilmar Árni Halldórsson Leiknir
Iceland Andri Björn Sigurðsson Þróttur

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lengjubikarinn - A deild karla Úrslit" (in Icelandic). KSÍ. Retrieved 13 January 2014. 

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