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2008 Svenska Cupen

2008 Svenska Cupen
Country  Sweden
Teams 98
Champions IFK Göteborg
Runners-up Kalmar FF
Matches played 96

Svenska Cupen 2008 was the fifty-third season of the main Swedish football Cup. The competition started on March 20, 2008 and concluded on September 21, 2008 with the Final, held at Fredriksskans, Kalmar. The final had to be decided on a penalty shootout which IFK Göteborg won with 5–4 against Kalmar FF.

First round

The matches were played between March 20 and April 12, 2008.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
IK Frej 0–2 Syrianska Botkyrka IF
Enskede IK 0–2 Valsta Syrianska IK
IFK Luleå 1–0 Skellefteå FF
Svedala IF 0–1 IFK Malmö
Gamla Upsala SK 0–1 Gröndals IK
IK Kongahälla 2–3 Norrby IF
IFK Karlshamn 1–5 Kirseberg IF
Slottsskogen/Godhem IF 2–3 Råslätts SK
Akropolis IF w/o1 Väsby United
Mariedals IK 2–3 Fässbergs IF
Västerås SK 5–0 Heby AIF
Täby IS 1–2 Vasalunds IF
Rynninge IK 1–2 Carlstad United BK
IFK Våmhus A 0–3 Sandvikens IF
IFK Fjärås 0–5 Torslanda IK
Lindö FF 0–4 Syrianska FC
Yxnerums IF 0–5 Myresjö IF
Klippans Förenade FF 1–1 (aet, p. 5–4) IFK Klagshamn
FK Älmeboda/Linneryd 1–3 IFK Hässleholm
Stafsinge IF 1–4 Ramlösa Södra FF
Tölö IF 0–4 IFK Värnamo
BäckhamMarch SK 0–18 Karlslunds IF HFK
Delsbo IF 4–2 (aet) Sollefteå GIF FF
IFK Berga 0–4 Kristianstads FF
Växjö Norra IF 0–6 Ängelholms FF
Gerdskens BK 0–1 Skärhamns IK
Skultorps IF 0–6 Skövde AIK
Sollentuna Fotboll IF 0–1 FC Gute
IK Östria Lambohov 1–2 Nyköpings BIS
Östansbo IS 0–3 KB Karlskoga
Östersunds FK 2–0 IFK Timrå
Tibro AIK 3–1 IF Hagapojkarna
IFK Holmsund 1–2 Bodens BK
Eds FF 2–1 (aet) FC Trollhättan

1Akropolis IF withdrew from the competition.

Second round

In this round entered winners from the previous round as well as all teams from Allsvenskan and Superettan. The matches were played between April 23 and May 1, 2008.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Norrby IF 2–1 Bodens BK
IFK Hässleholm 0–4 Degerfors IF
Tibro AIK 1–0 IF Limhamn Bunkeflo
FC Gute 3–4 Helsingborgs IF
KB Karlskoga 0–4 GIF Sundsvall
Valsta Syrianska IK 1–0 (aet) BK Häcken
Eds FF 1–4 IF Brommapojkarna
Östersunds FK 0–7 Kalmar FF
IFK Värnamo 0–1 Enköpings SK
Kristianstads FF 2–3 (aet) Malmö FF
Klippans Förenade FF 0–5 Falkenbergs FF
Kirseberg IF 1–4 IK Sirius
Carlstad United BK 3–2 Gefle IF
Delsbo IF 0–2 Landskrona BoIS
Fässbergs IF 0–1 Vasalunds IF
IFK Luleå 1–2 Halmstads BK
Gröndals IK 2–1 Åtvidabergs FF
Myresjö IF 0–1 Örebro SK
Torslanda IK 0–1 (aet) Mjällby AIF
Väsby United 2–1 (aet) Östers IF
Ängelholms FF 1–2 IF Elfsborg
Råslätts SK 0–9 Djurgårdens IF
Ramlösa Södra FF 2–4 IFK Norrköping
Syrianska Botkyrka IF 1–2 Jönköpings Södra IF
Skärhamns IK 1–1 (aet, p. 6–7) Ljungskile SK
Syrianska FC 4–6 (aet) Hammarby IF
Karlslunds IF 3–0 IF Sylvia
Västerås SK 2–0 Trelleborgs FF
Nyköpings BIS 1–0 GAIS
Sandvikens IF 0–3 Örgryte IS
IFK Malmö 0–2 AIK
Skövde AIK 1–2 IFK Göteborg

Third round

In this round entered winners from the previous round. The matches were played between May 14 and 18, 2008.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Karlslunds IF 1–0 Västerås SK
Vasalunds IF 3–4 IFK Norrköping
Carlstad United BK 0–2 Malmö FF
Nyköpings BIS 0–9 Halmstads BK
IF Elfsborg 3–1 Örebro SK
IK Sirius 4–2 Djurgårdens IF
Valsta Syrianska IK 2–1 Helsingborgs IF
Falkenbergs FF 0–3 (aet) IFK Göteborg
Hammarby IF 5–1 Mjällby AIF
Väsby United 0–3 Örgryte IS
Norrby IF 0–6 Ljungskile SK
Gröndals IK 1–3 GIF Sundsvall
Tibro AIK 0–3 Enköpings SK
Degerfors IF 3–1 Jönköpings Södra IF
Kalmar FF 2–0 IF Brommapojkarna
AIK 0–1 Landskrona BoIS

Fourth round

The matches were played on June 25, 26 and 28, 2008.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Halmstads BK 2–2 (aet, p. 2–4) IF Elfsborg
Landskrona BoIS 0–1 GIF Sundsvall
Valsta Syrianska IK 1–0 Örgryte IS
Malmö FF 2–3 Hammarby IF
Kalmar FF 6–1 Degerfors IF
Enköpings SK 4–1 IK Sirius
IFK Göteborg 1–0 Ljungskile SK
Karlslunds IF 0–3 IFK Norrköping


19:00 CET
IFK Norrköping 2 – 2 (aet) Enköpings SK
Bamberg Goal 29'
Magnusson Goal 110'
own goal Goal 67'
Eriksson Goal 120'
Arvhage Penalty scored
Dybendal Penalty scored
Bamberg Penalty scored
Rönneklev Penalty scored
Magro Penalty missed
4 – 5 Penalty scored Sokal
Penalty scored Mytin
Penalty scored Eriksson
Penalty scored Gussev
Penalty scored Klingberg
Idrottsparken, Norrköping
Attendance: 677
Referee: Åke Andreasson

19:00 CET
GIF Sundsvall 2 – 3 IFK Göteborg
Saglik Goal 30'
Sigurðsson Goal 62'
Johansson Goal 50'
Hysén Goal 67'
Wernbloom Goal 76'
Norrporten Arena, Sundsvall
Attendance: 3,457
Referee: Michael Lerjéus

19:00 CET
Valsta Syrianska IK 0 – 4 Hammarby IF
Paulse Goal 45'
Zengin Goal 48'
Laitinen Goal 65'
Guterstam Goal 79'
Midgårdsvallen, Märsta
Attendance: 3,125
Referee: Martin Ingvarsson

18:00 CET
IF Elfsborg 2 – 4 Kalmar FF
Avdić Goal 21'
Augustsson Goal 38'
V. Elm Goal 9'
Ingelsten Goal 33'Goal 71'
R. Elm Goal 65'
Borås Arena, Elfsborg
Attendance: 2,610
Referee: Håkan Jonasson


18:00 CET
Hammarby IF 0 – 1 (aet) Kalmar FF
Dauda Goal 113'
Söderstadion, Stockholm
Attendance: 4,538
Referee: Stefan Johannesson

19:00 CET
Enköpings SK 0 – 3 IFK Göteborg
Wernbloom Goal 38' Goal 90'
Selakovic Goal 89'
Enavallen, Enköping
Attendance: 1,829
Referee: Tobias Mattsson


Main article: 2008 Svenska Cupen Final
15:00 CET
Kalmar FF 0 – 0 (aet) IFK Göteborg
Rydström Penalty scored
Johansson Penalty scored
V. Elm Penalty scored
Sobralense Penalty scored
Lindberg Penalty missed
4 – 5 Penalty scored Alexandersson
Penalty scored Christensen
Penalty scored Sigurðsson
Penalty scored Jónsson
Penalty scored Wernbloom
Fredriksskans, Kalmar
Attendance: 7,158
Referee: Peter Fröjdfeldt

External links

  • Official site (Swedish)
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