2018–19 Swiss Cup

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2018–19 Swiss Cup
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The 2018–19 Swiss Cup is the 94th season of Switzerland's annual football cup competition. The competition is scheduled to start on 18 August 2018 with the first games of Round 1 and to end on 19 May 2019 with the final.[1] The title holder is FC Zürich.

Participating clubs[edit]

All teams from 2017–18 Super League and 2017–18 Challenge League as well as the top 4 teams from 2017–18 Promotion League automatically entered this year's competition. The remaining 41 teams had to qualify through separate qualifying rounds within their leagues. Reserve teams and teams from Liechtenstein are not allowed in the competition, the latter only enter the 2018–19 Liechtenstein Cup.

2018–19 Super League
10 teams
2018–19 Challenge League
9 teams
2018–19 Promotion League
9 teams
2018–19 1. Liga
10 teams
2018–19 2. Liga Interregional
12 teams
2018–19 Regional leagues
14 teams

Sixth tier

  • FC Bellach (SO)
  • FC Bramois (VS)
  • FC Concordia Basel (BS)
  • FC Fleurier (NE)
  • FC Gland (VD)
  • FC Grand-Saconnex (GE)
  • FC Greifensee (ZH)
  • FC Klingnau (AG)
  • FC Montlingen (SG)
  • FC Nidau (BE)

Seventh tier

  • FC Langnau (BE)
  • AC Malcantone (TI)
  • FC Meilen (ZH)

Eighth tier

  • FC Erde (VS)

Teams in bold are still active in the competition.

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. Teams in bold continue to the next round of the competition.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
18 August 2018
FC Willisau (5) 1–3 FC Breitenrain (3)
FC Frauenfeld (5) 0–5 FC Rapperswil-Jona (2)
FC Solothurn (4) 0–2 FC Stade Nyonnais (3)
Zug 94 (4) 1–2 FC Red Star Zürich (4)
FC Amriswil (5) 1–2 (a.e.t.) FC Aarau (2)
FC Veyrier Sports (5) 1–5 FC Thun (1)
SC Goldau (4) 1–3 FC Bavois (3)
AC Malcantone (7) 0–2 FC Moutier (5)
FC Uzwil (5) 0–3 FC Wil (2)
FC Bellach (6) 0–7 FC Chiasso (2)
AC Bellinzona (3) 4–0 SC YF Juventus (3)
FC Concordia Basel (6) 0–6 FC Zürich (1)
FC Kosova (4) 0–4 FC Lausanne-Sport (2)
FC Greifensee (6) 0–3 FC Winterthur (2)
FC Langnau (7) 0–6 SC Kriens (2)
FC Meilen (7) 0–6 Servette FC (2)
Meyrin FC (4) 1–6 SC Cham (3)
AS Novazzano (5) 0–4 FC Échallens Région (4)
FC Erde (8) 1–5 FC Azzurri 90 LS (4)
FC Montlingen (6) 0–3 FC Basel (1)
FC Grand-Saconnex (6) 3–5 FC Muri (5)
FC Köniz (3) 0–2 FC Sion (1)
FC Portalban/Gletterens (5) 3–4 (a.e.t.) FC Wohlen (3)
FC Biel-Bienne (4) 2–3 (a.e.t.) BSC Young Boys (1)
19 August 2018
SC Buochs (4) 0–2 Grasshopper Club Zürich (1)
FC Freienbach (5) 0–5 FC Schaffhausen (2)
FC Dietikon (5) 0–4 FC Lugano (1)
FC Ueberstorf (5) 0–6 FC St. Gallen (1)
FC Gland (6) 1–9 FC Luzern (1)
FC Fleurier (6) 3–1 FC Nidau (6)
FC Klingnau (6) 7–0 FC Bramois (6)
Yverdon Sport FC (3) 0–1 Neuchâtel Xamax FCS (1)

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. Teams in bold continue to the third round.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
14 September 2018
FC Bavois (3) 2–3 (a.e.t.) FC Rapperswil-Jona (2)
15 September 2018
FC Échallens Région (4) 2–7 FC Basel (1)
FC Red Star Zürich (4) 1–0 SC Cham (3)
AC Bellinzona (3) 1–2 FC Winterthur (2)
Servette FC (2) 3–3 (4–5 p) FC Luzern (1)
FC Wohlen (3) 0–1 FC Wil (2)
FC Breitenrain (3) 2–4 FC Zürich (1)
FC Schaffhausen (2) 2–3 (a.e.t.) BSC Young Boys (1)
FC Azzurri 90 LS (4) 0–1 FC Lugano (1)
16 September 2018
FC Moutier (5) 1–3 FC Thun (1)
FC Stade Nyonnais (3) 3–1 Grasshopper Club Zürich (1)
FC Aarau (2) 1–2 Neuchâtel Xamax FCS (1)
FC Fleurier (6) 1–4 SC Kriens (2)
FC Klingnau (6) 0–2 (a.e.t.) FC Chiasso (2)
FC Lausanne-Sport (2) 0–1 FC Sion (1)
FC Muri (5) 0–7 FC St. Gallen (1)

Round 3[edit]

The winners of Round 2 played in this round. No team was seeded, the home advantage was granted to the team from the lower league, if applicable. Teams in bold continue to the quarter-finals.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
31 October 2018
FC Stade Nyonnais (3) 0–1 BSC Young Boys (1)
FC Red Star Zürich (4) 2–3 FC Zürich (1)
FC Wil (2) 1–1 (2–4 p) FC Thun (1)
FC Winterthur (2) 0–1 FC Basel (1)
FC Lugano (1) 3–1 (a.e.t.) Neuchâtel Xamax FCS (1)
1 November 2018
FC Chiasso (2) 0–2 FC Luzern (1)
FC Rapperswil-Jona (2) 1–4 SC Kriens (2)
FC St. Gallen (1) 1–2 (a.e.t.) FC Sion (1)

Quarter-finals[edit]

The winners of Round 3 played in this round. No team was seeded, the home advantage was granted to the team from the lower league, if applicable. Teams in bold continue to the Semi-finals.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
27 February 2019
FC Sion (1) 2–4 (a.e.t.) FC Basel (1)
28 February 2019
FC Zürich (1) 2–1 SC Kriens (2)
FC Thun (1) 3–2 FC Lugano (1)
6 March 2019
FC Luzern (1) 4–0 BSC Young Boys (1)

Semi-finals[edit]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
23 April 2019
FC Luzern (1) 0–1 FC Thun (1)
25 April 2019
FC Zürich (1) 1–3 FC Basel (1)

Final[edit]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
19 May 2019
FC Basel (1) 2-1 FC Thun (1)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Formulaire de compétition et calendrier". football.ch (in French). Swiss Football Association. Retrieved 15 July 2018.

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