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2010 Icelandic Cup

2010 Visa-Bikar was the 51st season of the Icelandic national football cup. It began on 7 May 2010 and ended with the final on 14 August 2010 at Laugardalsvöllur. The winners qualified for the second qualifying round of the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League.

First round

The First Round consisted of 38 teams from the lower Icelandic divisions and eight teams from the third division. The matches were played between 7 and 9 May 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
6 May 2010
Léttir 2–4 Víkingur Ólafsvík
7 May 2010
UMF Gnúpverja 1–4 UMF Kjalnesinga
8 May 2010
Ýmir 0–3 UMF Hamar
Berserkir 1–4 KB
Reynir Sandgerði 2–3 ÍH Hafnarfjördur
KV 3–1 Elliði
Skallagrímur 9–0 Afríka
Augnablik 2–2 Ægir
KFR 5–3 Árborgar
Víðir 4–2 Vængir Júpiters
Höttur 4–6 Leiknir Fáskrúðsfirði
UMF Afturelding 3–0 Grundarfjörður
Magni 1–4 UMF Tindastóll
Spyrnir 2–0 Einherji
Dalvík/Reynir 7–2 Samherjar
9 May 2010
UMFL 1–9 UMF Álftanes
KFG 4–0 Ísbjörninn
Huginn 2–5 UMF Sindri
Þróttur Vogum 3–1 Ármann
Markaregn 0–4 KFK
Draupnir 8–0 Kormákur
10 May 2010
Carl 2–0 Hvíti riddarinn
13 May 2010
KFS 2–1 Björninn

Second round

The Second Round included the 23 winners from the previous round as well as one team from the lower Icelandic divisions (Höfrungur), four teams from the third division and all 12 teams from the second division. The matches were played between 17 and 19 May 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
17 May 2010
KA 2–0 Draupnir
18 May 2010
BÍ/Bolungarvík 12–0 Höfrungur
UMF Hvöt 0–3 Þór Akureyri
Víðir 2–0 ÍH
Afturelding 4–0 Augnablik
Dalvík/Reynir 1–2 Völsungur
Sindri 5–2 Leiknir F.
Hamar 1–1 Grótta
KFS 2–5 Víkingur Ólafsvik
Fjarðabyggð 10–0 Spyrnir
19 May 2010
KFK 2–7 ÍR
KS/Leiftur 2–1 Tindastóll
HK 9–0 Þróttur V.
Njarðvík 2–0 Carl
Skallagrímur) 0–6 Víkingur Reykjavik
Kjalnesingar 1–6 Leiknir Reykjavík
Álftanes 1–4 Þróttur
ÍA 5–0 KFG
KV 0–5 Fjölnir
KB 2–1 KFR

Third round

The Third round included the 20 winners from the previous round and the 12 teams from the Úrvalsdeild. These matches were played on 2 and 3 June 2010. The round saw the demise of the reigning champions Breiðablik come to an end at the hands of FH and a penalty shoot out which saw Breiðablik miss 3 penalty kicks in a row. The round also saw the progression of two 2. deild karla teams to the fourth round, BÍ/Bolungarvík and Vikingur Ó.

2 June 2010
18:00 GMT
Fjarðabyggð 3–2 (a.e.t) Njarðvík
Þórðarson Goal 28'
Hjálmarsson Goal 57'
Smárason Goal 105'
Report Freysteinsson Goal 20'
Jónsson Goal 52'
Fjarðabyggðarhöllin, Eskifjörður
Referee: Einar Örn Daníelsson

2 June 2010
19:15 GMT
BÍ/Bolungarvík 2–0 Völsungur
Krivokapic Goal 25'
Bjarnason Goal 70'
Report
Torfnesvöllur, Bolungarvík
Referee: Halldór Breiðfjörð Jóhannsson

2 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Vikingur R. 7–0 Sindri
Guðmundsson Goal 21'24'43'68'
Sveinsson Goal 41'
Guðmundsson Goal 75'
Leifsson Goal 87'
Report
Víkingsvöllur, Reykjavík
Referee: Pétur Guðmundsson

2 June 2010
19:15 GMT
KB 0–1 Vikingur Ó.
Report Beslija Goal 89'
Leiknisvöllur, Reykjavík
Referee: Þórður Már Gylfason

2 June 2010
19:15 GMT
ÍBV 0–1 KR
Report Finnbogason Goal 55'
Hásteinsvöllur, Vestmannaeyjar
Referee: Gunnar Jarl Jónsson

2 June 2010
19:15 GMT
KA 3–2 (a.e.t) HK
Stefánsson Goal 35'96'
Steingrímsson Goal 92'
Report Garðarsson Goal 9'
Albertsson Goal 92'
KA-völlur, Akureyri
Referee: Gunnar Sverrir Gunnarsson

2 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Fram 2–1 ÍR
Björnsson Goal 37'48' Report Gunnarsson Goal 88'
Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík
Referee: Þorvaldur Árnason

3 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Valur 2–1 Afturelding
Sigurðsson Goal 28'
Illugason Goal 84'
Report Þrastarson Goal 26'
Vodafonevöllurinn, Reykjavík
Referee: Guðmundur Ársæll Guðmundsson

3 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Leiknir R. 1–3 Stjarnan
Daníelsson Goal 44' Report Björnsson Goal 73'
Laxdal Goal 76'92'
Leiknisvöllur, Reykjavík
Referee: Jóhannes Valgeirsson

3 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Þróttur R. 3–1 Grótta
Hilmisson Goal 37'80'
Vilhjálmsson Goal 69'
Report Arnþórsson Goal 36'
Valbjarnarvöllur, Reykjavík
Referee: Örvar Sær Gíslason

3 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Haukar 0–2 Fjölnir
Report Guðmundsson Goal 16'79'
Ásvellir, Hafnarfjörður
Referee: Þóroddur Hjaltalín Jr.

3 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Víðir 0–2 Fylkir
Report Þórhallsson Goal 22'
Þorsteinsson Goal 86'
Garðsvöllur, Garður
Referee: Hákon Þorsteinsson

3 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Grindavík 2–1 Þór
Jósefsson Goal 85'
Ondo Goal 88'
Report Zivanovic Goal 6'

3 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Keflavík 1–0 KS/Leiftur
Matthíasson Goal 63' Report
Njarðtaksvöllurinn, Keflavík
Referee: Erlendur Eiríksson

3 June 2010
19:15 GMT
ÍA 2–1 Selfoss
Júlíusson Goal 45'
Alexandersson Goal 79'
Report Birgisson Goal 50'
Akranesvöllur, Akranes
Referee: Magnús Þórisson

3 June 2010
20:00 GMT
Breiðablik 1–1 (a.e.t) FH
Pétursson Goal 71' Report Sverrisson Goal 72'
  Penalties  
Finnbogason Penalty scored
Pétursson Penalty missed
Elísabetarson Penalty missed
Ársælsson Penalty missed
1–3 Modland Penalty missed
Viðar Penalty missed
Sverrisson Penalty scored
Vilhjálmsson Penalty scored
Guðnason Penalty scored
Kópavogsvöllur, Kópavogur
Referee: Valgeir Valgeirsson

Fourth round

This round consisted of the 16 winners of the previous round. These matches were drawn on 7 June at the Football Association of Iceland headquarters in Reykjavík. The draw consisted of 8 teams from the Pepsi-deild karla, 6 from the 1. deild karla and 2 from the 2. deild karla. All matches were played between 23 and 24 June 2010.

23 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Fjölnir 1 – 2 KR
Markan Goal 49' Report Sigurðsson Goal 63'
Takefusa Goal 75'
Fjölnisvöllur, Reykjavík
Attendance: 742
Referee: Valgeir Valgeirsson

23 June 2010
19:15 GMT
ÍA 0 – 1 Þróttur R.
Report Guamundsson Goal 11'
Akranesvöllur, Akranes
Attendance: 691
Referee: Einar Örn Daníelsson

23 June 2010
19:15 GMT
BÍ/Bolungarvík 0 – 2 Stjarnan
Report Finsen Goal 12'
Björnsson Goal 50'
Torfnesvöllur, Hnífsdalur
Referee: Gunnar Jarl Jónsson

23 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Vikingur Ó. 3 – 2 Fjarðabyggð
Cekulajevs Goal 16'63'
Luba Goal 56'
Report Smárason Goal 50'
Eysteinsson Goal 75'
Ólafsvíkurvöllur, Ólafsvík
Attendance: 203
Referee: Örvar Sær Gíslason

23 June 2010
20:00 GMT
Vikingur R. 1 – 3 (a.e.t) Valur
Sveinsson Goal 76' Report König Goal 44'
Illugason Goal 109'
Hafsteinsson Goal 115'
Víkingsvöllur, Reykjavík
Referee: Erlendur Eiríksson

24 June 2010
17:30 GMT
Grindavík 1–1 (a.e.t) KA
Hjartarson Goal 61' Report Disztl Goal 39' (pen.)
  Penalties  
Helgason Penalty scored
Jónsson Penalty scored
Guðmundsson Penalty scored
Ondo Penalty scored
Hjartarson Penalty missed
4–5 Steingrímsson Penalty scored
Gústafsson Penalty scored
Steingrímsson Penalty scored
Hauksson Penalty scored
Stefánsson Penalty scored
Grindavíkurvöllur, Grindavík
Attendance: 122
Referee: Magnús Þórisson

24 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Keflavík 2–3 FH
McShane Goal 76'
Guðmundsson Goal 85'
Report Snorrason Goal 45'
Nielsen Goal 71'
Guðnason Goal 80'
Sparisjóðsv, Keflavík
Referee: Kristinn Jakobsson

24 June 2010
19:15 GMT
Fylkir 0–2 Fram
Report Þórarinsson Goal 33'83'
Fylkisvöllur, Reykjavík
Attendance: 511
Referee: Jóhannes Valgeirsson

Quarter-finals

This round consisted of the 8 winners of the previous round. These matches were drawn on 25 June at the Football Association of Iceland headquarters in Reykjavík. The draw consisted of five teams from the Pepsi-deild karla, two from the 1. deild karla and one from the 2. deild karla. All matches were played between 1 and 12 July 2010.

11 July 2010
18:00 GMT
FH 3–0 KA
Snorrason Goal 52'75'
Vilhjálmsson Goal 68'
Report
Kaplakrikavöllur, Hafnarfjörður
Referee: Gunnar Jarl Jónsson

12 July 2010
19:15 GMT
Fram 3–1 Valur
Jónsson Goal 50'
Leifsson Goal 55'
Tillen Goal 58'
Report Sigurjónsson Goal 65'
Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík
Attendance: 767
Referee: Þóroddur Hjaltalín Jr.

12 July 2010
19:15 GMT
KR 3–2 Þróttur R.
Sigurðsson Goal 12'72'
Takefusa Goal 30' (pen.)
Report Vilhjálmsson Goal 86'
Milos Tanasic Goal 90'
KR-völlur, Reykjavík
Attendance: 605
Referee: Jóhannes Valgeirsson

12 July 2010
19:15 GMT
Vikingur Ó. 3–3 (a.e.t.) Stjarnan
Emilsson Goal 9'
Beslija Goal 85'
Sigurþórsson Goal 92'
Report Eysteinsson Goal 89'
Hreinsson Goal 90'
Björgvinsson Goal 100'
  Penalties  
Gonchar Penalty scored
Guðjónsson Penalty scored
Kristmundsson Penalty scored
Luba Penalty missed
Beslija Penalty scored
Ragnarsson Penalty scored
5–4 Sturluson Penalty scored
Eysteinsson Penalty scored
Björnsson Penalty scored
Björgvinsson Penalty scored
Hreinsson Penalty missed
Laxdal Penalty missed
Ólafsvíkurvöllur, Ólafsvík
Referee: Þorvaldur Árnason

Semi-finals

The semi-final matches involve the four winners from the previous quarter-final round on 28 and 29 July 2010. The draw took place at the Football Association of Iceland headquarters in Reykjavík on 13 July 2010.

28 July 2010
19:15 GMT
FH 3–1 Vikingur Ó.
G. Guðmundsson Goal 40'
A. Björnsson Goal 57'
M. Vilhjálmsson Goal 70' (pen)
Report T. Nielsen Goal 42' (o.g.)
Kaplakrikavöllur, Hafnarfjörður
Attendance: 2,073
Referee: Magnús Þórisson

29 July 2010
20:00 GMT
KR 4–0 Fram
Ó. Hauksson Goal 41'
G. Sigurðsson Goal 58'
B. Takefusa Goal 70', Goal 80'
Report
KR-völlur, Reykjavík
Attendance: 1,508
Referee: Gunnar Jarl Jónsson

Final

The final took place at Laugardalsvöllur on 14 August 2010 and was contested between the winners of the previous semi-final matches.

14 August 2010
18:00 GMT
FH 4 – 0 KR
Vilhjálmsson Goal 35'41'
Björnsson Goal 75'
Guðnason Goal 86'
Report
Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavík
Attendance: 5,438
Referee: Erlendur Eiríksson

External links

  • Official site (Icelandic)
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