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2009–10 Taça de Portugal

2009–10 Taça de Portugal
Taça de Portugal Millenium
Country  Portugal
Teams 172
Champions Porto
Runners-up Chaves
Matches played 139
Goals scored 425 (3.06 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Radamel Falcao (5 goals)

The 2009–10 Taça de Portugal was the 70th season of the Taça de Portugal. The competition began on 30 August 2009, with the first round matches, and concluded with the final, held on 16 May at the Estádio Nacional, in Oeiras, between defending champions Porto and then Liga de Honra team Chaves. Porto won 2–1 to take their second consecutive cup, and assuring a place in play-off round of the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League.

Qualified teams

The following teams competed in the Taça de Portugal 2009–10:

16 teams of Liga Sagres:
16 teams of Liga Vitalis:
48 teams of Second Division (3rd level):

1Boavista forfeited the match.
2Estrela da Amadora were disqualified from the competition.
3Marítimo B are excluded for being a reserve team of Marítimo

91 teams of Third Division (4th level):
  • União de Montemor
  • Pedrouços
  • Maria da Fonte
  • Boavista S.Mateus
  • Angrense
  • Amarante
  • AD Oliveirense
  • Barreiro
  • Casa Pia
  • Gândara
  • Leça
  • Sp. Pombal
  • Cinfães
  • Ribeira Brava
  • Fafe
  • Valenciano
  • Portosantense
  • Cesarense
  • Câmara de Lobos
  • Serzedelo

First round

In this round entered teams from Second Division (3rd level) and Third Division (4th level). A number of teams received a bye to the Second Round: Sertanense (III), Mineiro Aljustrelense (III), Camacha (III), Operário (III), Aliados do Lordelo (III), Tirsense (III), Esmoriz (III), Andorinha (IV), Lusitânia (IV), Atlético do Tojal (IV), Coimbrőes (IV), Alcochetense (IV), Mangualde (IV), 1º Dezembro (IV), Candal (IV), Alcaíns (IV), Machico (IV), Oliveira do Douro (IV), Mêda (IV) and Estrela da Calheta (IV). The matches will be played on August 30, 2009.

Note: Roman numerals in brackets denote the league tier the clubs participate in during the 2009–10 season.
1Estrela da Amadora were disqualified from the competition.
2Boavista forfeited the match.

Second round

In this round entered teams from Liga Vitalis (2nd level) and the winners from the first round. The matches were played on September 12 and 13, 2009.[1]

Third round

In this round entered teams from Liga Sagres (1st level) and the winners from the second round. The matches were played on October 17 and 18, 2009.

Fourth round

The matches were played on 22 November 2009 and 2 January 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Valenciano (IV) 0 – 1 Belenenses
Oeiras (IV) 1 – 2 Pinhalnovense (III)
Camacha (III) 1 – 0 Vigor da Mocidade (IV)
Naval 3 – 2(a.e.t.) Gil Vicente (II)
Mafra (III) 1 – 1(a.e.t., p.3 – 2) União da Madeira (III)
Aliados do Lordelo (III) 1 – 0 Leixões
Oliveirense (II) 0 – 2[2] Porto
Sporting de Braga 3 – 0 Vitória de Setúbal
Desportivo de Chaves (II) 2 – 0 União da Serra (III)
Académica de Coimbra 1 – 2(a.e.t.) Beira-Mar (II)
Benfica 0 – 1 Vitória de Guimarães
Tirsense (III) 0 – 0(a.e.t., p.9 –10) Paços de Ferreira
Nacional 0 – 0(a.e.t., p.4 – 3) Fátima (II)
Rio Ave 1 – 0 Santa Clara (II)
Pescadores (IV) 1 – 4 Sporting CP
Freamunde (II) 3 – 2(a.e.t.) União de Leiria

Fifth round

The matches were played on 20 and 24 January 2010.[3]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Sporting CP 4 – 3 Mafra (III)
Nacional 1 – 2 Paços de Ferreira
Camacha (III) 0 – 1 Pinhalnovense (III)
Rio Ave 2 – 2(a.e.t., p.4 – 2) Vitória de Guimarães
Aliados do Lordelo (III) 0 – 1 Naval
Freamunde (II) 1 – 3 Sporting de Braga
Desportivo de Chaves (II) 1 – 0 Beira-Mar (II)
Belenenses 2 – 2(a.e.t., p.9–10) Porto

Quarter-finals

The matches were played on 2, 3 and 4 February 2010.[4]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Porto 5 – 2 Sporting CP
Pinhalnovense (III) 1 – 3 Naval
Sporting de Braga 0 – 0(a.e.t., p. 5 – 6) Rio Ave
Paços de Ferreira 1 – 2 Desportivo de Chaves (II)

Semi-finals

Final phase bracket

Teams that are listed first play at home in the first leg.[5]

  Semi-finals
23/24 March 2010
13/14 April 2010
Final
16 May 2010
                     
 Chaves 1 2 3  
 Naval 0 1 1  
     Chaves 1
   Porto 2
 Rio Ave 1 0 1
 Porto 3 4 7  
Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Chaves 3 – 1 Naval 1 – 0 2 – 1
Rio Ave 1 – 7 Porto 1 – 3 0 – 4

First legs

23 March 2010
18:15 UTC+0
Chaves 1 – 0 Naval
Ricardo Rocha Goal 90+4'

Second legs


14 April 2010
Porto 4 – 0 Rio Ave
Belluschi Goal 21'
Guarín Goal 79'
Rúben Micael Goal 86'
Falcao Goal 90+2'

Final

16 May 2010
17:00 (UTC+1)
Chaves 1 – 2 Porto
Clemente Goal 85' Guarín Goal 13'
Falcao Goal 23'
Estádio Nacional, Jamor
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Pedro Proença

Top scorers

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Radamel Falcao Porto 5
3 Lima Belenenses 4
Mbaye Diop Chaves 4
4 Beré Sporting da Covilhã 3
Fredy Guarín Porto 3
Liédson Sporting CP 3
Rúben Micael Nacional 3
William Paços de Ferreira 3
Zhang Chengdong Mafra 3

Last updated: 27 January 2013

References

  1. ^ FPF - Second round draw (Portuguese)
  2. ^ Announced date of the game late on the fourth round (Portuguese)
  3. ^ FPF - Fifth Round draw (Portuguese)
  4. ^ FPF - Quarterfinals draw (Portuguese)
  5. ^ FPF – Semifinals draw (Portuguese)

External links

  • Official webpage (Portuguese)
  • Official regulation (Portuguese)
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