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2010–11 Danish Cup

2010–11 Danish Cup
Country Denmark

The 2010–11 Danish Cup was the 57th season of the Danish football cup competition. For the third year, the sponsor of the competition was Ekstra Bladet, a daily newspaper, who signed a 3-year contract with the Danish Football Association (DBU) in 2008, making the official name Ekstra Bladet Cup 2010–11.[1]

The competition opened on 9 August 2010 with the First Round and concluded on 22 May 2011 with the Final at the Parken Stadium.[2]

First round

In this round entered 96 teams. There were 48 matches in the First Round, taking place between 9 and 17 August 2010.

Second round

The clubs who placed 5–10 in the SønderjyskE and Randers – as well as the top two clubs from the 2009–10 First DivisionHorsens and Lyngby – received a bye into the second round. These matches were played from 24 to 26 August 2010.

Third round

The top four teams from the 2008–09 Superliga – Copenhagen, OB, Brøndby and Esbjerg – received a bye into the third round. These matches took place on 22, 23 and 29 September 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
B.93 0–5 Silkeborg
Viby 1–4 Copenhagen
Hobro 0–1 Viborg
Brønshøj 0–1 Hvidovre
Varde 4–2 Brøndby
Avedøre 2–3 Midtjylland
Svendborg 0–3 Esbjerg
Marienlyst 0–2 OB
Kastrup 1–2 Lyngby
Nordvest 1–5 Randers
Vestsjælland 2–6 Horsens
Næstved 0–1 AaB
AGF 6–3 Skive
Hellerup 1–2 Fredericia
Thisted 1–3 HB Køge
Hjørring 0–1 Nordsjælland

Fourth round

The sixteen winners in Round 3 took part in Round 4. The draw occurred on 25 September 2010. The matches took place between 26 and 28 October 2010.[3]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Viborg 1–1 (4–5 p.) AaB
Copenhagen 2–4 Horsens
Esbjerg 2–0 Silkeborg
OB 2–3 Nordsjælland
HB Køge 0–4 Midtjylland
Fredericia 1–2 Randers
Hvidovre 2–2 (4–5 p.) Lyngby
Varde 0–1 AGF

Quarter Final

The eight winners from the previous round competed in this round. These matches took place between 9 and 11 November 2010.

9 November 2010
19:00
AaB 0–2 Esbjerg fB
Report  83'
 85'
10 November 2010
18:30
AGF Aarhus 0–1 FC Midtjylland
Report  40'
Atletion
Referee: Henrik Nystrup Kragh
11 November 2010
18:00
Randers FC 3–0 Lyngby BK
 1'87'
 83'
Report
11 November 2010
20:00
AC Horsens 0–1 FC Nordsjælland
Report  16'
CASA Arena Horsens
Referee: Thomas Vejlgaard

Semi Final

The four winners from the Quarter Finals will compete in this round. This round will be played as a two-legged tie. The legs will be played on 27 April and 4 May 2011.[3]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
FC Nordsjælland 1–0 Randers FC 1–0 0–0
FC Midtjylland (5–4 p.) 3–3 Esbjerg fB 1–2 2–1

First Legs

27 April 2011
18:00
FC Midtjylland 1–2 Esbjerg fB
 68' Report  28'
pen.)
MCH Arena
Referee: Jakob Kehlet
28 April 2011
18:00
FC Nordsjælland 1–0 Randers FC
 31' Report
Farum Park
Referee: Anders Hermansen

Second Legs

4 May 2011
18:00
Randers FC 0–0 FC Nordsjælland
Essex Park Randers
Referee: Henning Jensen
5 May 2011
18:00
Esbjerg fB 1–2 (a.e.t.) FC Midtjylland
 90+1'  58'
 60'
  Penalties  




4–5



Blue Water Arena
Referee: Michael Svendsen

Final

The final was played on 22 May 2011.[3]

22 May 2011
18:45
FC Nordsjælland 3–2 FC Midtjylland
 54'
 90+2'
Report  71'
Parken Stadium, Copenhagen
Attendance: 14,646
Referee: Claus Bo Larsen

References

  1. ^ Wadland, Jacob (2008-06-19). "Ekstra Bladet sponsor for pokalturneringen" [Ekstra Bladet sponsor for Cup] (in  
  2. ^ "Nordsjælland retain Danish Cup". UEFA.com. 22 May 2011. Retrieved 24 May 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c "Spilleterminer 2010/11" [2010–11 Schedule] (in  

External links

  • Official results at Danish FA official website
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