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2009 Faroe Islands Cup

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2009 Faroe Islands Cup

The Faroe Islands Cup 2009 started on March 28, 2009 and will end on July 29, 2009. The defending champions are two time winners EB/Streymur.

Only the first teams of Faroese football clubs are allowed to participate. The Preliminary Round involved only teams from first, second and third deild. Teams from the highest division entered the competition in the First Round.

Preliminary round

March 28, 2009
Royn 1–2 Undri
TB 6–0 NÍF
March 30, 2009
MB 4–1 Skála

First round

April 9, 2009
Víkingur 5–0 MB
AB 3–2 B68
FC Hoyvík 4–0 Undri
TB 0–0 B36 aet, p. 8–7
0–3 07 Vestur
B71 0–1 ÍF
HB 2–1 NSÍ
VB/Sumba 0–4 EB/Streymur

Quarterfinals

April 29, 2009
EB/Streymur 1–0 FC Hoyvík
TB 1–1 AB aet, p. 3–4
07 Vestur 0–3 ÍF
Víkingur 2–1 HB

Semifinals

First legs

May 13, 2009
AB 1–1 EB/Streymur
ÍF 0–1 Víkingur

Second legs

May 28, 2009
Víkingur 5–0 ÍF
EB/Streymur 4–1 AB

Final

July 29, 2009
16:00
Víkingur 3 – 2 EB/Streymur
H. Djurhuus Goal 6'
A. Olsen Goal 47'
F. Justinussen Goal 87'
Report
(Faroese)
P. Hansen Goal 15'
A. Hansen Goal 89'
Gundadalur [1]
Attendance: 2900

External links

  • Official site (Faroese)
  • soccerandequipment.com
  • Faroe Islands Cup on rsssf.com

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