2008–09 Belgian Cup

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2008–09 Belgian Cup
Country Belgium
ChampionsGenk
Runners-upKV Mechelen

The Belgian Cup 2008–09 was the 54th season of the main knockout football competition in Belgium. It is commonly named Cofidis Cup, after its sponsor Cofidis. It was won by Genk.

Bracket[edit]

Sixth Round Seventh Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
Gent 3
D2 OH Leuven 0 Gent 2
Mouscron 3 Mouscron 1
Tubize 1 Gent 1 0*
Genk 6 Genk 0 2*
D3 Seraing 0 Genk 1
D3 Diegem 1 Lokeren 0
Lokeren 2 Genk 2 4
Germinal Beerschot 1 D2 Lierse 2 1
D3 RC Mechelen 4 D3 RC Mechelen 0 (10)
D2 KV Oostende 0 Zulte-Waregem 0 (9)
Zulte-Waregem 1 D3 RC Mechelen 1 0
D3 Dessel 1 D2 Lierse 0 3
Dender 3 Dender 2
Mons 0 D2 Lierse 3
D2 Lierse 2 Genk 2
Cercle Brugge 2 KV Mechelen 0
D3 Mol-Wezel 1 Cercle Brugge 2*
Charleroi 3 Charleroi 1*
D2 Ronse 1 Cercle Brugge 1 1
Club Brugge 1 Roeselare 0 2
D2 Beveren 0 Club Brugge 0
D3 Turnhout 1 Roeselare 1
Roeselare 4 Cercle Brugge 2 1*
KV Mechelen 4 KV Mechelen 1 2*
D3 Veldwezelt 2 KV Mechelen 2
Anderlecht 3 Anderlecht 1
D2 Tournai 1 KV Mechelen 1 0
Kortrijk 1 (3) Kortrijk 0 0
Standard Liège 1 (2) Kortrijk 3
D2 KVSK United 1 Westerlo 1
Westerlo 2

Legend[edit]

Results[edit]

In the first two rounds, teams from the provincial leagues and promotion division played each other. In the third round, teams from the third division joined in. Round four was the starting point for the teams from the second division. After the fifth round, only 14 teams remained.

Round 6[edit]

Teams from the Jupiler Pro League entered the competition at this stage. Teams from the first division were seeded and couldn't meet each other, except for the newly promoted teams, Kortrijk and Tubize, who did not belong to this seeded group.

Apart from the 18 teams directly qualified, 14 other teams had qualified through winning in the fifth round:

The draw was made on September 3, 2008.

Cercle Brugge2 – 1Mol-Wezel (D3)
De Smet Goal 14'
Gombami Goal 35'
Jansen Goal 9'

Dessel (D3)1 – 3Dender
Didier Goal 36' Blondelle Goal 45'
Destorme Goal 70'
Sylla Goal 82'

KV Oostende (D2)0 – 1Zulte-Waregem
Leye Goal 35'

Turnhout (D3)1 – 4Roeselare
Janssens Goal 52' Janssens Goal 11' (o.g.)
Tanghe Goal 26'
Mulisa Goal 49'
Dissa Goal 65'

Mons0 – 2Lierse (D2)
J. Mertens Goal 74'
J. Cavens Goal 86'

Diegem (D3)1 – 2Lokeren
Vanhamel Goal 22' Touré Goal 45'
Van Grunderbeeck Goal 90' (o.g.)

Mouscron3 – 1Tubize
Okwunwanne Goal 11'29'
Lepoint Goal 38'
Chantry Goal 90' (o.g.)

Anderlecht3 – 1Tournai (D2)
Losada Goal 12'
Legear Goal 67'
Suárez Goal 86'
Frutos Goal 21'

Genk6 – 0Seraing (D3)
Dugary Goal 12'
Nemec Goal 42'45'69'
Soetaers Goal 61'
Bošnjak Goal 75'

Gent3 – 0OH Leuven (D2)
Foley Goal 12'
Sorokin Goal 33'
Azofeifa Goal 57'

KV Mechelen4 – 2Veldwezelt (D3)
Vleminckx Goal 68'90'90'
Rossini Goal 85'
Baidjoe Goal 28'
Henke Goal 70'

KVSK United (D2)1 – 2Westerlo
Ketting Goal 17' Scheelen Goal 40'
Ruiz Goal 46'

Charleroi3 – 1Ronse (D2)
Bia Goal 35'64'
Habibou Goal 84'
Broyer Goal 69'

Club Brugge1 – 0Beveren (D2)
Clement Goal 45'

Germinal Beerschot1 – 4RC Mechelen (D3)
Vandenbergh Goal 59' Verstraeten Goal 28'
Calicchio Goal 52'
Silva Goal 73'90'

Round 7[edit]

The draw for the seventh round and the quarterfinals was made on November 21, 2008. The match between Cercle Brugge and Charleroi was postponed from January 13 to January 21 due to insufficient pitch conditions.[1]

Club Brugge0 – 1Roeselare
Perišić Goal 50'

Dender2 – 3Lierse (D2)
Destorme Goal 54'69' Wahed Goal 59'
Dreesen Goal 81'
Radzinski Goal 91'

KV Mechelen2 – 1Anderlecht
Vleminckx Goal 18' (pen.)
Mununga Goal 50'
Rnić Goal 29'

Genk1 – 0Lokeren
Vossen Goal 36'


Gent2 – 1Mouscron
Ruiz Goal 36'
Ljubijankić Goal 72'
Deranja Goal 94'

Kortrijk3 – 1Westerlo
Coulibaly Goal 39'76'84' Van Hout Goal 91'

Cercle Brugge2 – 1 (a.e.t.)Charleroi
De Smet Goal 48' (pen.)
Snelders Goal 106'
Mujangi Bia Goal 37'

Quarterfinals[edit]

The quarterfinals were two-legged.

First legs[edit]


Cercle Brugge1 – 0Roeselare
Portier Goal 26'

RC Mechelen (D3)1 – 0Lierse (D2)
Calicchio Goal 74'

Gent1 – 0Genk
Ruiz Goal 37'

Second legs[edit]

The matches KortrijkKV Mechelen and RoeselareCercle Brugge were postponed to 17 February due to insufficient pitch conditions.[2]

Lierse (D2)3 – 0RC Mechelen (D3)
Wahed Goal 27'
Cavens Goal 36' (pen.)
Radzinski Goal 79'

Lierse won 3–1 on aggregate


Genk2 – 0 (a.e.t.)Gent
Vossen Goal 32'
Alex Goal 96' (pen.)

Genk won 2–1 on aggregate


Kortrijk0 – 0KV Mechelen

KV Mechelen won 1–0 on aggregate


Roeselare2 – 1Cercle Brugge
Perišić Goal 8'79' (pen.) Serebrennikov Goal 34'

2–2 on aggregate, Cercle Brugge won on away goals

Semifinals[edit]

The semifinals were also two-legged. The draw was made on February 10, 2009.

First legs[edit]

Genk2 – 2Lierse (D2)
Barda Goal 13' (pen.)
De Mul Goal 74'
De Witte Goal 23'
Tshiala Goal 61'

Cercle Brugge2 – 1KV Mechelen
Gombani Goal 61'
De Smet Goal 75'
Vleminckx Goal 82'

Second legs[edit]

3–3 on aggregate, KV Mechelen won on penalties


Lierse (D2)1 – 4Genk
Janssens Goal 85' De Mul Goal 47'90'
Huysegems Goal 53'88'

Genk won 6–3 on aggregate

Final[edit]

KV Mechelen0 – 2Genk
Ogunjimi Goal 42'62'

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