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2011 Chinese FA Cup

 

2011 Chinese FA Cup

2011 Chinese FA Cup
Country  China
Teams 30
Champions Tianjin Teda
(1st title)
Runners-up Shandong Luneng
Champions League Tianjin Teda
Matches played 29
Goals scored 65 (2.24 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Muriqui
(4 goals)
Best player Yu Dabao

TOSHIBA 2011 Chinese FA Cup is the 13th edition of Chinese FA Cup.

The match of first round began on 4 May 2011, and the final took place on 19 November 2011. Tianjin Teda won the title for the first time and earned a berth in the 2012 AFC Champions League.

The cup title sponsor is Japanese company Toshiba. A three-year deal was announced on 8 April 2011.[1]

Contents

  • Schedule 1
  • Participants 2
    • Chinese Super League 2.1
    • China League One 2.2
  • Results 3
    • First round 3.1
    • Second round 3.2
    • Third Round 3.3
    • Quarter-finals 3.4
    • Semi-finals 3.5
    • Final 3.6
  • Awards 4
  • Goal scorers 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Schedule

Round Date Matches Clubs New entries this round
First round 4 May 2011 10 20 → 10 06 2011 Chinese Super League teams (addition to 2010 Chinese Super League 1st ~ 10th)
014 2011 China League One teams
Second round 11 or 12 May 2011 8 10 + 6 → 8 06 2010 Chinese Super League 5th ~ 10th
Third round 25 or 26 May 2011 4 8 → 4
Quarter-finals 21 September 2011 4 4 + 4 → 4 04 2010 Chinese Super League 1st ~ 4th
Semi-finals 19 October 2011 2 4 → 2
Final 19 November 2011 1 2 → 1
Total 30 clubs

Participants

Chinese Super League

Four of 2010 Chinese Super League teams are entered in Quarter-finals, Six of them are entered in Second round, Six of them are entered in First round, respectively. Total 16 teams took part in 2011 CFA Cup.

China League One

All of China League One teams are entered in First round. Total 14 teams took part in 2011 CFA Cup.

Results

In each matchup, the one with a higher rank last season will be the home team.[2]

The ties are single matches, with a penalty shootout if necessary but no extra time, with the winners progressing to the next round.[3]

First round

Second round

Third Round

Quarter-finals

Semi-finals

Final

The final is set to be played at a neutral venue which is the Olympic Sports Center in Hefei. The final is a single match, with extra time and penalty shootout if necessary.

19 November 2011
16:00
Shandong Luneng Taishan 1 – 2 Tianjin Teda
Han Peng Goal 3' Wang Xinxin Goal 12'
Yu Dabao Goal 63'
Olympic Sports Center, Hefei
Attendance: 19,813
Referee: Yudai Yamamoto (Japan)
Shandong
Tianjin
Shandong:
GK 22 Yang Cheng
RB 15 Yuan Weiwei
CB 4 Fabiano
CB 29 Ricardo
LB 16 Zheng Zheng
DM 6 Zhou Haibin
DM 18 Roda Antar
RM 11 Wang Tong Substituted off 64'
LM 8 Wang Yongpo Substituted off 85'
SS 24 Lü Zheng Substituted off 75'
CF 9 Han Peng (c)
Substitutes:
GK 1 Li Leilei
DF 2 Liu Jindong
DF 5 Wang Qiang
DF 14 Mirahmetjan Muzepper Substituted in 85'
MF 23 Li Wei
MF 50 Hao Junmin Substituted in 64'
FW 10 Obina Substituted in 75'
Coach:
Manuel Barbosa
Tianjin:
GK 45 Song Zhenyu Booked 87'
RB 26 Cao Yang Booked 22'
CB 5 Li Weifeng
CB 6 Marko Zorić Booked 50'
LB 14 Bai Yuefeng
DM 44 Song Chong-Gug
RM 8 Hu Rentian Substituted off 90+2'
LM 7 Li Benjian Substituted off 90+7'
AM 36 Chen Tao
AM 10 Wang Xinxin (c) Booked 90+3'
ST 22 Yu Dabao Booked 11'
Substitutes:
GK 25 Yang Qipeng
DF 2 He Yang
DF 15 Liao Bochao
DF 19 Nie Tao Substituted in 90+7'
MF 23 Wu Weian Substituted in 90+2'
FW 20 Mao Biao
FW 41 Fan Zhiqiang
Coach:
Arie Haan

Assistant referees:
Takahiro Okano (Japan)
Satoshi Karakami (Japan)
Fourth official:
Fan Qi (China)

Awards

Goal scorers

4 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal

References

  1. ^ Reborn CFA Cup gains wide support
  2. ^ 关于上报2011足协杯主场体育场和比赛开球时间的通知
  3. ^ Match order and schedule

External links

  • Official Website
  • 2011 Chinese FA Cup
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