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2009–10 KNVB Cup

2009–10 KNVB Cup
Country Netherlands
Teams 88
Champions AFC Ajax
Runners-up Feyenoord

The 2009–10 KNVB Cup was the 92nd season of the Dutch national football knockout tournament. The competition began on 29 August 2009 with the matches of Round 1 and culminated with a double-leg Final on 25 April and 6 May 2010 respectively. Ajax won the final with a 6–1 on aggregate, winning their record 18th title.

The winners of the competition will qualify for the play-off round of the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League.

The final would be played initially on 25 April 2010 at 14.00 in De Kuip at Rotterdam. On 15 April, however, the Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB) announced that the final will be played over two matches due to imminent supporter violence. The first leg of the final was played in Amsterdam on the original date, with Ajax defeating Feyenoord 2–0, in the rivalry known as Klassieker. The return followed on 6 May in Rotterdam, with Ajax winning 4–1 and 6–1 on aggregate.[1]


  • Round 1 1
  • Round 2 2
  • Round 3 3
  • Round 4 4
  • Quarter finals 5
  • Semi-Finals 6
  • Final 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

Round 1

Round 1 featured 48 amateur teams. 24 of the Hoofdklasse clubs qualified for the competition through their league performance during the previous season, while the other half of the teams competing in the First Round secured their place through the 2008–09 KNVB District Cups.

The draw for this round was conducted on 7 July 2009. The matches were played on 29 August 2009.[2]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
FC Hilversum 2–5 SV Spakenburg
HSV Hoek 0–1 (aet) VV Gemert
VV Capelle 2–0 VV UNA
RKSV Groene Ster 2–4 Harkemase Boys
IJsselmeervogels 3–0 HSC '21/Carparc
RKVV Westlandia 2–0 VV Nunspeet
VV Baronie 3–0 VV Kloetinge
De Treffers 2–1 Go Ahead Kampen
FC Chabab 1–2 WHC Wezep
VV Drachtster Boys 0–2 SC Joure
VV Waspik 0–2 SDC Putten
JVC Cuijk 1–1 (p) ASWH
EVV Echt 0–4 BVV Barendrecht
Rijnsburgse Boys 3–0 SV Argon
ACV 0–2 (aet) AFC
AFC '34 2–1 VV Zaamslag
LRC Leerdam 4–2 KVV Quick '20
Excelsior Maassluis 1–0 SV Rood Wit '62
HBS Craeyenhout 0–2 VV Bennekom
VV DOVO 0–2 Haaglandia/Sir Winston
VV Schaesberg 1–3 Sparta Nijkerk
Achilles '29 2–1 VV Berkum
HHC Hardenberg 1–2 FC Lisse

Round 2

The clubs from both the Eredivisie 2009-10 and the Eerste Divisie 2009-10 entered in this round, as well as two youth teams. They joined the 24 winners from Round 1.

League No.
Eredivisie 18
Eerste Divisie 20
Amateur teams (A) 24
Youth teams 2

The draw for this round was conducted on 7 July 2009. The matches were played between 22–24 September 2009.[3]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
SC Joure (A) 0–8 FC Twente
AGOVV Apeldoorn 1–2 AFC Ajax
FC Utrecht 2–4 FC Groningen
AZ 2–0 (aet) Jong Ajax
PSV 2–1 De Graafschap
SDC Putten (A) 0–7 SC Heerenveen
Willem II 2–3 NAC Breda
Excelsior Maassluis (A) 4–2 VV Bennekom (A)
Haaglandia/SW (A) 6–6 (p) SBV Excelsior
De Treffers (A) 2–0 BV Veendam
Jong De Graafschap 1–0 SC Cambuur
Rijnsburgse Boys (A) 1–4 (aet) Go Ahead Eagles
IJsselmeervogels (A) 1–2 Roda JC
FC Omniworld 1–3 (aet) Helmond Sport
AFC (A) 0–1 WHC Wezep (A)
VV Baronie (A) 1–1 (p) BVV Barendrecht (A)
Achilles '29 (A) 0–1 VV Gemert (A)
ASWH (A) 2–1 GVVV (A)
FC Lisse (A) 0–4 FC Den Bosch
FC Dordrecht 3–2 Fortuna Sittard
VV Harkemase Boys (A) 0–5 Feyenoord
SV Spakenburg (A) 3–2 MVV
FC Eindhoven 2–3 NEC
AFC '34 (A) 1–6 FC Emmen
LRC Leerdam (A) 1–5 RBC Roosendaal
Sparta Nijkerk (A) 2–2 (p) FC Zwolle
Heracles Almelo 1–0 RKC Waalwijk
Telstar 1–3 HFC Haarlem
Vitesse 5–2 FC Oss
VVV-Venlo 3–0 ADO Den Haag
FC Volendam 1–2 (aet) Sparta Rotterdam
VV Capelle (A) 4–0 RKVV Westlandia (A)

Round 3

Round 3 featured the 32 winning teams from round 2. The draw was on 24 September 2009.[4] The matches were played on October 27–29, 2009.

League No.
Eredivisie 14
Eerste Divisie (1) 9
Hoofdklasse amateur teams (A) 8
Youth teams (Y) 1
Team 1  Score  Team 2
VV Gemert (A) 2–2 (p) WHC Wezep (A)
Roda JC 0–2 PSV
Heracles Almelo 3–0 HFC Haarlem (1)
Sparta Rotterdam 1–1 (p) VVV-Venlo
NEC 2–1 (aet) Excelsior (1)
sc Heerenveen 4–2 RBC Roosendaal (1)
AZ 5–2 (aet) SV Spakenburg (A)
FC Twente 3–0 VV Capelle (A)
Helmond Sport (1) 5–0 ASWH (A)
FC Dordrecht (1) 1–2 (aet) Ajax
Feyenoord 2–0 FC Den Bosch (1)
Go Ahead Eagles (1) 4–2 (aet) FC Emmen (1)
De Treffers (A) 1–6 NAC Breda
VV Baronie (A) 1–0 (aet) Excelsior Maassluis (A)
Vitesse 1–5 FC Groningen
Jong De Graafschap (Y) 1–0 (aet) FC Zwolle (1)

Round 4

Round 4 featured the 16 winning teams from round 3. The draw was on 29 October 2009. The matches were played on 21–23 December 2009, with the postponed match between SC Heerenveen and PSV being played on 16 January 2010.

Qualified participants:
League No.
Eredivisie 11
Eerste Divisie (1) 2
Hoofdklasse amateur teams (A) 2
Youth teams (Y) 1
Team 1  Score  Team 2
FC Groningen 0–2 NEC
VV Baronie (A) 0–5 Sparta
FC Twente 3–0 Helmond Sport (1)
Feyenoord 1–0 AZ
Heracles Almelo 0–2 Go Ahead Eagles (1)
WHC Wezep (A) 1–14 Ajax
SC Heerenveen 1–3 PSV
Jong De Graafschap (Y) 0–2 (aet) NAC Breda

Quarter finals

The Quarter Finals featured the 8 winning teams from round 4. The draw was on 23 December 2009. The matches were played on 27–28 January 2010.

Qualified participants:
League No.
Eredivisie 7
Eerste Divisie (1) 1
Team 1  Score  Team 2
NAC Breda 1–2 Go Ahead Eagles (1)
PSV 0–3 Feyenoord
Sparta 0–4 FC Twente
Ajax 3–2 (aet) NEC


The Semi-Finals featured the 4 winning teams from the Quarter-Finals. The draw was on 27 January 2010. The matches were played on 24 March and 25 March 2010

Qualified participants:
League No.
Eredivisie 3
Eerste Divisie (1) 1
24 March 2010
20:45 GMT
Feyenoord 2 – 1 FC Twente
van Bronckhorst Goal 53'
Makaay Goal 84'
Report Ruiz Goal 42'
De Kuip, Rotterdam
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Ruud Bossen

25 March 2010
20:45 GMT
Go Ahead Eagles 0 – 6 Ajax
Report de Zeeuw Goal 11'
Pantelić Goal 38'
de Jong Goal 75'
Eriksen Goal 77'
Rommedahl Goal 78'
Lodeiro Goal 85'
Adelaarshorst, Deventer
Attendance: 6,439
Referee: Jack van Hulten


The final would originally have been played as a single match on 25 April 2010 at De Kuip, Rotterdam. However, on 15 April the Dutch FA announced that the final was going to be played over two matches, because Ajax supporters were not allowed to visit matches in De Kuip since 2009.[5] The first leg was played at Amsterdam as scheduled before, and the return leg was competed on 6 May at Rotterdam. This was the first two-leg final since the 1982–83 KNVB Cup Final.

25 April 2010
18:00 UTC+2
Ajax 2 – 0 Feyenoord
de Jong Goal 6'7' (Report)
Amsterdam Arena, Amsterdam
Attendance: 37,283
Referee: Eric Braamhaar

6 May 2010
18:30 UTC+2
Feyenoord 1 – 4 Ajax
Tomasson Goal 72' (Report) Suárez Goal 4'82'
de Jong Goal 64'77'
De Kuip, Rotterdam
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Roelof Luinge


  1. ^ "Match: Feyenoord Rotterdam v Ajax Amsterdam - Dutch Cup - ESPN FC".  
  2. ^ "de knvb beker is begonnen" [the knvb cup started] (in Dutch).  
  3. ^ "KNVB beker 2009/'10, tweede ronde - De officiële KNVB website" (in Dutch).  
  4. ^ "PSV in derde KNVB bekerronde naar Roda JC - De officiële KNVB website" (in Dutch).  
  5. ^ "No away crowd at Ajax-Feyenoord".  

External links

  • Official site (Dutch)
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