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2009–10 Serbian Cup

2009–10 Serbian Cup
Country Serbia
Champions Red Star
Runners-up Vojvodina
Matches played 34
Goals scored 93 (2.74 per match)

The 2009–10 Serbian Cup season was the fourth season of the Serbian national football tournament. The competition started on 2 September 2009 and ended with the Final on 5 May 2010. The defending champions are FK Partizan.

Red Star Belgrade won the cup after a 3–0 win against Vojvodina.[1]

Preliminary round

A preliminary round was held in order to reduce the number of teams competing in the next round to 32 and featured six teams from Serbian lower divisions. The matches were played on 2 September 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Srem Jakovo (III) 1–1 (p. 1–4) Proleter Novi Sad (II)
Radnički Svilajnac (III) 1–0 Hajduk Beograd (III)
Partizan Kosovska Mitrovica (IV) 3–1 Lokomotiva Lapovo (V)

Note: Roman numerals in brackets denote the league tier the clubs participate in during the 2009–10 season.

Round of 32

In this round entered three winners from the previous round as well as all 12 teams from Serbian SuperLiga from 2008–09 and all 18 teams from Serbian First League from 2008–09. The matches were played on 22–23 September 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
OFK Belgrade 1–1 (p. 5–4) Novi Sad (II)
Čukarički 1–1 (p. 3–5) Metalac
Partizan 3–0 Inđija (II)
Vojvodina 4–0 Dinamo Vranje (II)
Red Star 6–1 Mladost Apatin(II)
BSK Borča 1–1 (p. 4–5) Sevojno (II)
Hajduk Kula 1–1 (p. 5–3) ČSK (II)
Rad 2–3 Mladost Lučani (II)
Smederevo 4–0 Kolubara (II)
Spartak Zlatibor Voda 3–0 Bežanija (II)
Proleter Novi Sad (II) 3–1 Javor
Srem (II) 1–1 (p. 1–4) Borac Čačak
Novi Pazar (II) 2–1 Mladi Radnik
Voždovac (III) 0–1 Jagodina
Partizan Kosovska Mitrovica (IV) 0–0 (p. 5–4) Napredak
Radnički Svilajnac (III) 1–3 Banat Zrenjanin (II)

Note: Roman numerals in brackets denote the league tier the clubs participate in during the 2009–10 season.

Round of 16

The matches were played on 28 October 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Smederevo 3–0 Hajduk Kula
Metalac 0–1 Borac Čačak
Jagodina 1–0 Sevojno (II)
Novi Pazar (II) 0–1 Red Star
Proleter Novi Sad (II) 1–2 Partizan
Mladost Lučani (II) 1–3 Vojvodina
Banat Zrenjanin (II) 0–2 Spartak Zlatibor Voda
OFK Belgrade 3–1 Partizan Kosovska Mitrovica (IV)

Note: Roman numerals in brackets denote the league tier the clubs participate in during the 2009–10 season.

Quarterfinals

The matches were played on 25 November 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Jagodina 1–2 Partizan
Red Star 3–2 Spartak Zlatibor Voda
Vojvodina 1–0 Smederevo
Borac Čačak 0–2 OFK Belgrade

Semifinals

14 April 2010
Red Star 1–0 OFK Belgrade
Lekić Goal 88'
Red Star Stadium
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Slobodan Veselinović

15 April 2010
Partizan 1–3 Vojvodina
Petrović Goal 45' Mrđa Goal 36' Goal 49'
Đurovski Goal 59'
Partizan Stadium
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Milenko Vukadinović

Final

5 May 2010
Red Star 3–0 Vojvodina
Jevtić Goal 14',
Cadú Goal 62'
Trifunović Goal 72'
Partizan Stadium, Belgrade
Attendance: 23,000
Referee: Dragomir Stanković

References

External links

  • Serbian Cup on rsssf.com
  • Serbian Cup on futbol24.com
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