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2009 Icelandic Cup

Visa-Bikar 2009 is the 50th season of the Icelandic national football cup. It began on 22 May 2009 and will end with the final on 3 October 2009 at Laugardalsvöllur. The winners will qualify for the second qualifying round of the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League.

First round

The First Round consists of 32 teams from lower Icelandic divisions. The matches were played between 23 and 25 May 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
23 May 2009
UMF Kjalnesinga 5 - 2 Elliði
24 May 2009
Carl 3 - 0 UMF Gnúpverja
UMF Laugdæla 2 - 3 Afríka
KÍBV 1 - 2 Skallagrímur
Léttir 0 - 3 Hvíti riddarinn
Völsungur 1 - 2 Dalvík/Reynir
Berserkir 10 - 0 Höfrungur
KV 5 - 2 Ægir
KFG 0 - 2 Árborgar
UMF Hvöt 6 - 0 Kormáks
UMF Álftanes 11 UMF Snæfell
Augnablik 2 - 3 Ýmir
KB 3 - 0 Þróttur Vogum
Einherji 10 - 0 Boltafélag Norðfjarðar
Magni 2 - 1 UMF Tindastóll
25 May 2009
KFR 1 - 2 KFS

Second round

The Second Round includes the 16 winners from the previous round as well as 24 teams from the second and third division. The matches were played on 1 and 2 June 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
1 June 2009
Einherji 3 - 0 Huginn
Víðir 2 - 1 KFS
Ýmir 5 - 6 a.e.t. Víkingur Ólafsvík
Skallagrímur 1 - 4 a.e.t. Haukar
KB 1 - 2 KV
KA 4 - 1 a.e.t. Dalvík/Reynir
2 June 2009
Njarðvík 3 - 0 Hvíti riddarinn
HK 9 - 1 Afríka
Carl 2 - 1 a.e.t. UMF Kjalnesinga
Grótta 5 - 0 UMF Hamar
Leiknir Reykjavík 3 - 3 a.e.t.
p. 1 - 4
Selfoss
Höttur 8 - 1 UMF Sindri
Fjarðabyggðar 9 - 0 Leiknir Fáskrúðsfirði
Þór Akureyri 2 - 1 Magni
KS/Leiftur 3 - 3 a.e.t.
p. 4 - 5
UMF Hvöt
Hamrarnir/Vinir 1 - 3 UMF Afturelding
GG 0 - 4 Reynir Sandgerði
ÍA 5 - 0 Berserkir
Árborgar 0 - 2 Víkingur Reykjavik
UMF Álftanes 3 - 2 a.e.t. ÍR

Third round

The Third Round include the 20 winners from the previous round and the 12 teams from the Úrvalsdeild. These matches were played on 17 and 18 June 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
17 June 2009
Haukar 0 - 1 a.e.t. Fjarðabyggðar
Þór Akureyri 3 - 1 Víkingur Ólafsvík
Selfoss 2 - 2 a.e.t.
p. 1 - 3
Höttur
Reynir Sandgerði 2 - 1 KV
Fram 2 - 1 Njarðvík
18 June 2009
KA 3 - 1 UMF Afturelding
IBV 3 - 2 Víkingur Reykjavik
Víðir 0 - 0 a.e.t.
p. 3 - 2
Þróttur
Grótta 0 - 2 KR
UMF Hvöt 0 - 2 Breiðablik
Fjölnir 0 - 2 HK
Fylkir 7 - 3 Stjarnan
Carl 0 - 3 FH
Valur 3 - 0 UMF Álftanes
Grindavík 3 - 1 ÍA
Keflavík 2 - 0 Einherji

Fourth round

This round consists of the 16 winners of the previous round. These matches were played on 5 and 6 July 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
5 July 2009
IBV 2 - 3 a.e.t. FH
Fylkir 6 - 1 Fjarðabyggðar
Breiðablik 3 - 1 a.e.t. Höttur
Keflavík 2 - 1 Þór Akureyri
Fram 1 - 0 a.e.t. Grindavík
6 July 2009
Valur 3 - 2 a.e.t. KA
HK 5 - 2 a.e.t. Reynir Sandgerði
Víðir 0 - 2 KR

Quarterfinals

This round consists of the 8 winners of the previous round.

30 July 2009
19:15 GMT
Keflavík 3 - 1 FH
T. Nielsen Goal 20' (o.g.)
S. Samuelsen Goal 48', Goal 58'
A. Guðnason Goal 71'

30 July 2009
19:15 GMT
HK 0 - 1 Breiðablik
G. Pétursson Goal 35'

30 July 2009
19:15 GMT
Fram 2 - 0 Fylkir
S. Tillen Goal 85' (pen)
J. Fjóluson Goal 90'

2 August 2009
18:00 GMT
Valur 1 - 3 KR
B. Eiríksson Goal 43' B. Takefusa Goal 60' Goal 87'
G. Benediktsson Goal 77' (pen)

Semifinals

The semifinal matches will take place at Laugardalsvöllur on 12 and 13 September 2009 and will involve the four winners from the previous round.

12 September 2009
16:15 GMT
Fram 1 - 0 KR
J. Tillen Goal 78'

13 September 2009
16:15 GMT
Keflavík 2 - 3 Breiðablik
G. Antoníusson Goal 22'
S. Samuelsen Goal 26'
E. Helgason Goal 8'
K. Jónsson Goal 13'
G. Pétursson Goal 66' (pen)

Final

The Final will take place at Laugardalsvöllur on 3 October 2009 and will be contested between the winners of the Semifinal matches.

3 October 2009
14:00 GMT
Fram 2 – 2 (aet) Breiðablik
  Penalties  
6 – 7

External links

  • Official site (Icelandic)
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