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2010–11 Liechtenstein Cup

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2010–11 Liechtenstein Cup

The 2010–11 Liechtenstein Cup was the sixty-sixth season of Liechtenstein's annual cup competition. Seven clubs competed with a total of seventeen teams for one spot in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League. Defending champions were Vaduz, who had won the cup continuously since 1998 and won their 39th Liechtenstein Cup the previous season.

First round

The First Round featured ten teams. In this round nine of the reserve clubs participating in the competition entered, along with Triesen. These matches took place on 17 and 18 August 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
17 August 2010
USV Echen/Mauren III 5–1 FC Triesenberg II
FC Vaduz Portuguese 1–3 FC Triesen II
FC Balzers III 4–2 FC Ruggell II
18 August 2010
FC Vaduz II 0–5 Triesen
FC Schaan Azzurri 5–2 FC Balzers II

Second round

The five winners of the First Round, along with Schaan, Triesenberg and Ruggell competed in the Second Round. The games were played on 14 and 15 September 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
14 September 2010
FC Schaan Azzurri 1–2 Ruggell
FC Triesen II 1–4 FC Balzers III
15 September 2010
USV Echen/Mauren III 1–4 Triesen
Schaan 0–1 Triesenberg


The four winners of the Second Round reached the Quarterfinals, along with the semifinalists from the previous season's competitions: Vaduz, Eschen/Mauren, Balzers and USV Eschen/Mauren II.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
19 October 2010
Ruggell 1–8 Vaduz
FC Balzers III 0–6 Eschen/Mauren
20 October 2010
Triesen 1–13 Balzers
USV Eschen/Mauren II 1–2 Triesenberg


The four winners of the Quarterfinals competed in the Semifinals.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
5 April 2011
Vaduz 8–0 Triesenberg
12 April 2011
Eschen Mauren 2–1 Balzers


The final was played in the national stadium, the Rheinpark Stadion.

25 April 2011
17:00 CET
Vaduz 5 – 0 Eschen Mauren
Harrer Goal 38'
Sara Goal 52'
Schwegler Goal 64'
Arlan Goal 73'
Ciccone Goal 90+2'
Rheinpark Stadion, Vaduz
Attendance: 2,155

External links

  • Official site (German)
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