1993–94 Estonian Cup

1993–94 Estonian Cup
Country Estonia
Champions Norma
Runners-up Trans
Matches played 22
Goals scored 81 (3.68 per match)

Estonian Cup 1993–94 was the third season of the Estonian football knockout tournament.

1st round

Date Home team Score Away team
Kehra Paber 1–7 JK Vall Tallinn
FC Lelle 1–3 Tallinna Jalgpallikool
JK/Kalev Pärnu 4–1 Viljandi MSK
Fööniks-Sport Valga 0–10 JK Tulevik Viljandi
Pena Jõhvi 5–0 N.O.V.A. Jõgeva

2nd round

Date Home team Score Away team
Eesti Põlevkivi Jõhvi 1–1
(1–3 pen.)
FC Norma Tallinn
JK Sadam Tallinn 3–0 JK Merkuur Tartu
FC Flora Tallinn 2–1 FC Tevalte Tallinn
JK Kalev Pärnu 0–1 Tallinna Jalgpallikool
JK Trans Narva 0–0
(5–4 pen.)
Pena Jõhvi
JK Seveni Tallinn 1–4 JK Dünamo Tallinn
FC Nikol Tallinn 2–0 JK Kalev Sillamäe
JK Tulevik Viljandi 1–4 JK Tervis Pärnu

Quarter-finals

Date Home team Score Away team
Flora 1–0 Sadam
Trans 0–0
(4–2 pen.)
Nikol
Tervis 0–4 Dünamo
Norma 10–0 Jalgpallikool

Semi-finals

Date Home team Score Away team
Norma 0–0 Flora
Flora 1–1 Norma
Norma won on the away goal rule.
Dünamo 1–4 Trans
Trans 1–0 Dünamo
Trans won 5–1 on aggregate.

Final

5 July 1994
Norma 4 – 1 Trans
Saks Goal 56' Goal 76'
Tšmil Goal 65'
Vilderson Goal 75'
Toštšev Goal 56'
Kadrioru Stadium, Tallinn
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Oleg Timofeev

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