2017–18 Montenegrin Cup

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2017–18 Montenegrin Cup
Country Montenegro
Teams26
ChampionsMladost Podgorica
Runners-upIgalo
Matches played41
Goals scored128 (3.12 per match)

The 2017–18 Montenegrin Cup was the 11th season of the knockout football tournament in Montenegro. This competition began on 23 August 2017 and ended on 30 May 2018.[1] The winners of the competition earned a spot in the 2018–19 UEFA Europa League.[2]

Sutjeska Nikšić were the defending champions after winning the cup in the previous season.[3] They were eliminated in the quarter-finals.

Format[edit]

Twenty–six clubs competed in the competition this season. The first round and the final were competed over one leg and the other rounds were competed over two legs.[4]

First round[edit]

Twelve first round matches were played on 23 and 24 August 2017.[1]

23 August 2017 Dečić3–1Jezero
23 August 2017 Kom2–3Berane
23 August 2017 Ibar2–1Petrovac
23 August 2017 Mladost9–1Čelik
23 August 2017 OFK Borac0–3Igalo
23 August 2017 Crvena Stijena1–0Cetinje
24 August 2017 Ribnica1–7Bokelj

Second round[edit]

Sixteen clubs competed in the second round played over two legs from 13 to 27 September 2017.[1]

First legs[edit]

13 September 2017 Lovćen0–1Berane
13 September 2017 Grbalj2–1Bokelj
13 September 2017 Otrant0–2Ibar
13 September 2017 Crvena Stijena0–1Igalo
13 September 2017 Dečić1–2Mornar

Second legs[edit]

27 September 2017 Berane1–2
(
2–2 agg.)
Lovćen
27 September 2017 Bokelj0–0
(
1–2 agg.)
Grbalj
27 September 2017 Ibar0–1
(2–1 agg.)
Otrant
27 September 2017 Igalo5–1
(6–1 agg.)
Crvena Stijena
27 September 2017 Mornar4–3
(6–4 agg.)
Dečić
27 September 2017 Zeta1–2
(
1–6 agg.)
Mladost Podgorica

Quarter–finals[edit]

Eight clubs competed in the quarter-finals played over two legs on 1 November and 22 November 2017.[1]

First legs[edit]

1 November 2017 Igalo0–1Lovćen
1 November 2017 Ibar0–4Grbalj

Second legs[edit]

22 November 2017 Mladost Podgorica3–0
(5–0 agg.)
Mornar
22 November 2017 Lovćen1–3
(
2–3 agg.)
Igalo
22 November 2017 Grbalj2–0
(6–0 agg.)
Ibar

Semi-finals[edit]

Four clubs competed in the semi-finals played over two legs on 18 April and 2 May 2018.[1]

First legs[edit]

18 April 2018 Igalo0–0Grbalj

Second legs[edit]

2 May 2018 Grbalj1–1
(1–1 (a) agg.)
Igalo

Final[edit]

The final was played on 30 May 2018.

Mladost Podgorica2–0Igalo
Adrović Goal 55'57' Report
Referee: Mileta Šćepanović[5]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Cup". soccerway.com. Retrieved 20 August 2017.
  2. ^ "Preliminary Access List 2018/19". Bert Kassies. Retrieved 20 August 2017.
  3. ^ "Sutjeska vs. Grbalj 1 - 0". soccerway.com. Retrieved 20 August 2017.
  4. ^ "CUP: Season Rules". scoresway.com. Retrieved 20 August 2017.
  5. ^ https://refereesfifa.blogspot.com/2018/05/montenegro-2018-montenegrin-cup-final.html