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2008–09 KNVB Cup

Country Netherlands
Teams 88
Champions SC Heerenveen
Runners-up FC Twente

The KNVB Cup 2008–09 was the 91st season of the Dutch national football knockout tournament. The defending champions were Feyenoord. The competition started on August 30, 2008 and ended with sc Heerenveen winning the Final in Rotterdam on May 17, 2009.


Participating clubs in the 2008–09 KNVB Cup by province:


The first and second round draw was made on July 8, 2008 in Zeist,[1] KNVB headquarters.

First Round[2]

The First Round featured 48 amateur teams: 35 Hoofdklasse clubs, 12 clubs from the 4th or lower levels and 2 reserve teams. 24 of the Hoofdklasse clubs qualified for the competition through their league performance during the previous season (top 4 of each Hoofdklasse), while the other half of the teams competing in the First Round secured their place through the 2007–08 KNVB District Cups. The matches were played on August 30 and 31, 2008.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
HSC '21 2–1 DOTO
Groene Ster 1–2 (aet) FC Lisse
SMVC Fair Play 0–2 Ajax Amateurs
Quick Boys 2 7–2 Hollandia 2
Sparta Nijkerk 5–0 RKVVO
Hoogeveen 1–3 Be Quick '28
De Bataven 3–3 (aet, p. 3–1) ONS Sneek
GVVV 1–1 (aet, p. 4–2) Deurne
HHC Hardenberg 2–1 Schijndel
UNA 0–2 Kozakken Boys
Spakenburg 2–2 (aet, p. 8–7) Gemert
Achilles '29 3–1 Achilles Veen
Baronie 0–4 Quick Boys
Rijnsburgse Boys 5–0 DESK
IJsselmeervogels 4–0 Glanerbrug
SHO 1–2 Papendrecht
De Treffers 4–0 Excelsior '31
Argon 1–3 Capelle
Eems Boys 0–3 EHC Norad
ASVB 0–10 Haaglandia
DWV 0–1 FC Lienden
WKE 3–1 Unitas
XerxesDZB 1–6 (aet) Be Quick 1887
Westlandia 1–1 (aet, p. 5–6) Hollandia

Second Round[3]

The 24 winners from the First Round, together with 2 youth teams (winners of youth league and cup) and all clubs from both the Eredivisie and the Eerste Divisie qualified for the Second Round. The matches were played on September 23, 24 and 25, 2008.


League No.
Eredivisie 18
Eerste Divisie 20
Hoofdklasse 22
Eerste Klasse 1
Secondary Teams 1
Youth Champions 1
Youth Cup Winners 1
Team 1  Score  Team 2
Rijnsburgse Boys (A) 2–1 RBC Roosendaal
PSV Youth 0–3 PSV
HHC Hardenberg (A) 1–1 (aet, p. 5–3) Go Ahead Eagles
EHC Norad (A) 0–3 Fortuna Sittard
IJsselmeervogels (A) 1–3 AGOVV
FC Den Bosch 2–1 Haarlem
Helmond Sport 2–2 (aet, p. 2–4) FC Omniworld
SC Cambuur 3–3 (aet, p. 3–0) FC Zwolle
FC Lisse (A) 3–4 Achilles '29 (A)
Quick Boys (A) 0–1 Willem II
FC Dordrecht 3–2 BV Veendam
Be Quick '28 (A) 1–2 RKC Waalwijk
AZ 3–0 Heracles Almelo
De Bataven (A) 0–1 Excelsior
FC Emmen 0–5 Twente
Kozakken Boys (A) 1–2 (aet) WKE (A)
Sparta Nijkerk (A) 1–2 (aet) FC Lienden (A)
De Treffers (A) 3–4 (aet) De Graafschap
Spakenburg (A) 0–1 Telstar
MVV 0–3 SC Heerenveen
VVV 2–3 (aet) FC Volendam
Ajax Amateurs (A) 0–2 Vitesse
HSC '21 (A) 1–2 Sparta Rotterdam
GVVV (A) 1–3 NAC Breda
Quick Boys 2 (A) 0–3 FC Eindhoven
Capelle (A) 2–4 Roda JC
Feyenoord 3–0 (aet) TOP Oss
Be Quick 1887 (A) 0–5 NEC
Hollandia (A) 2–3 FC Groningen
Papendrecht (A) 3–3 (aet, p.) Haaglandia (A)
FC Twente Youth 1–4 ADO Den Haag
Ajax 2–0 FC Utrecht

(A) denotes amateur club

Third Round

The winners the Second Round matches progressed to the Third Round. The matches were played on November 11, 12 and 13, 2008.


League No.
Eredivisie 16
Eerste Divisie 10
Hoofdklasse 6
Team 1  Score  Team 2
Excelsior 2–0 Den Bosch
WKE (A) 2–4 De Graafschap
FC Omniworld 0–1 NAC Breda
Waalwijk 1–2 Achilles '29 (A)
NEC 1–0 (aet) Rijnsburgse Boys (A)
AGOVV 2–3 Dordrecht
Roda JC 1–0 Willem II
Volendam 1–0 (aet) Ajax
Sparta Rotterdam 2–1 Cambuur
Eindhoven 2–3 Twente
Heerenveen 7–0 Haaglandia (A)
FC Lienden (A) 1–0 Vitesse
ADO Den Haag 4–1 Fortuna Sittard
Telstar 0–3 FC Groningen
AZ 1–0 (aet) PSV
HHC Hardenberg (A) 1–51 Feyenoord

(A) denotes amateur club
1The match was played in Emmen.

Fourth Round

The Fourth Round was played on January 20, 21 and 28, 2009.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Dordrecht (1) 0–1 De Graafschap
Feyenoord 0–3 Heerenveen
NEC 2–1 Sparta Rotterdam
AZ 3–0 Achilles '29 (A)
Roda JC 2–0 (aet) FC Lienden (A)
Volendam 3–0 SBV Excelsior (1)
NAC Breda 2–2 (aet,
p. 5–4)
ADO Den Haag 1–5 Twente

(A) denotes amateur club
(1) denotes Eerste Divisie club


4 March 2009
18:30 CET
Twente 1 – 0 (aet) De Graafschap
Arnautović Goal 121' Report

4 March 2009
20:45 CET
Heerenveen 3 – 1 NEC
Henrique Goal 38'
Ingelsten Goal 74'
Elm Goal 77'
Schøne Goal 37'

5 March 2009
20:00 CET
Roda JC 2 – 3 (aet) Volendam
Yulu-Matondo Goal 55'
De Fauw Goal 67'
Bakens Goal 15'
Platje Goal 74'96'

5 March 2009
20:45 CET
AZ 1 – 2 NAC Breda
Dembélé Goal 13' Report
Boukhari Goal 55'
Lurling Goal 77'


21 April 2009
20:45 CEST
Twente 3 – 1 NAC Breda
Janssen Goal 53'
Denneboom Goal 78'
Nkufo Goal 86'
Lurling Goal 23'

22 April 2009
20:45 CEST
Volendam 0 – 2 Heerenveen
Elm Goal 11'
Pranjić Goal 84'


17 May 2009
18:00 CEST
Heerenveen 2 – 2 (aet) Twente
Popov Goal 27'
Kalou Goal 112'
Elia Goal 55'
Hersi Goal 118'
Elm Penalty scored
Dingsdag Penalty scored
Breuer Penalty scored
Kalou Penalty scored
Sibon Penalty scored
5 – 4 Penalty scored Janssen
Penalty scored Kufo
Penalty scored Braafheid
Penalty scored Douglas
Penalty missed Hersi
De Kuip, Rotterdam
Attendance: 46,000
Referee: Jan Wegereef


External links

  • KNVB Official website (Dutch)
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