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2011 Singapore Cup

 

2011 Singapore Cup

2011 Singapore Cup
Country Singapore
Dates June 2011 - November 2011
Teams 16
Champions Home United
Runners-up Albirex Niigata (S)

The 2011 Singapore Cup (known as the RHB Singapore Cup for sponsorship reasons) starts in June 2011. It is the 14th staging of the annual Singapore Cup tournament.

11 S.League clubs and 5 invited foreign teams play in this edition. The cup was a single-elimination tournament, with all sixteen teams playing from the first round. The first round involved one-off matches. Subsequent rounds involved ties of two legs.

The Young Lions have opted out of participation in view of their involvement in the inaugural AFF Under-23 tournament in Indonesia during the period of the competition.

Unlike previous editions, this season does not apply the away goals rule which explains despite SAFFC scored 2 away goals in the second leg during the quarter finals against Albirex Niigata (S) that ends a 2-2 draw with its first leg held to a goalless draw stalemate, the game continues to the extra time and subsequently to penalty shootout after the deadlock was not break whereby Albirex Niigata (S) won the penalty shootout again and advances to the Semi-Finals. The same thing had also happened to Home United where they advanced through Semi-Finals by penalties after the first leg where Home United scored a 3 away goals for a 3-3 draw while scoring no goals from either side on the second leg.

The first round kicked off in June with the final to be played on 5th November.

The cup winner were guaranteed a place in the 2012 AFC Cup.

Contents

  • Teams 1
  • Knockout Bracket 2
  • Preliminary round 3
  • Quarter-finals 4
    • 1st Leg 4.1
    • 2nd Leg 4.2
  • Semi-finals 5
    • 1st Leg 5.1
    • 2nd Leg 5.2
  • Third-place Playoff 6
  • Final 7
  • Winners 8
  • References 9
  • External links 10

Teams

S.League Clubs
Invited Foreign Teams

* The original team to participate was Harimau Muda A, But later replaced by Harimau Muda B.[1]

Knockout Bracket

  Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                     
  Geylang United 1  
  Tampines Rovers 2  
    Tampines Rovers 3 0 3  
    Home United 3 0 3  
  Home United 5
  Woodlands Wellington 1  
    Home United 1 1 2  
    Etoile FC 1 0 0  
  Etoile FC 2  
  Tanjong Pagar United 0  
    Etoile FC 1 3 4
    Gombak United 0 1 1  
  Gombak United 2
  Balestier Khalsa 1  
    Home United 1
    Albirex Niigata (S) 0
  SAFFC 4  
  Phnom Penh Crown 0  
    SAFFC 0 2 2
    Albirex Niigata (S) 0 2 2  
  South Melbourne 0
  Albirex Niigata (S) 3  
    Albirex Niigata (S) 2 3 5
    Hougang United FC 2 2 2  
  Hougang United FC 1  
  Harimau Muda B 0  
    Hougang United FC 3 1 4
    Okktha United 0 3 3  
  Pattaya United 1
  Okktha United 2  

Preliminary round

June 10, 2011
19:30
Hougang United 1 – 0 (a.e.t.) Harimau Muda B
Mamadou Diallo Goal 95'
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 1,464
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

June 11, 2011
19:30
Gombak United 2 – 1 Balestier Khalsa
Zulkiffli Hassim Goal 67'
Chang Jo Yoon Goal 77'
Anaz Hadee Goal 49'
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: 1,433
Referee: Johan Jahari

June 12, 2011
19:30
South Melbourne FC 0 – 3 Albirex Niigata (S)
Shotaro Ihata Goal 22'
Atsushi Shimono Goal 85'
Shimpei Sakurada Goal 89'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 889
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

June 13, 2011
19:30
Geylang United FC 1 – 2 Tampines Rovers FC
Vasile Ghindaru Goal 57' Aleksandar Duric Goal 29'
Aliff Shafaein Goal 89'
Bedok Stadium
Attendance: 968
Referee: Muhd Taqi

June 14, 2011
19:30
Home United FC 5 – 1 Woodlands Wellington FC
Firdaus Idros Goal 28'
Kenji Arai Goal 40'
Asraf Rashid Goal 65'
Qiu Li Goal 80'Goal 86'
Adrian Butters Goal 67'
Bishan Stadium
Attendance: 1,222
Referee: W Ravisanthiran

June 15, 2011
19:30
Etoile FC 2 – 0 Tanjong Pagar United FC
Jonathan Toto Goal 39' Goal 84'
Queenstown Stadium
Attendance: 739
Referee: Johan Jahari

June 16, 2011
19:30
SAFFC 4 – 0 Phnom Penh Crown
Erwan Gunawan Goal 18' Goal 45'
Indra Sahdan Goal 21'
Fazrul Nawaz Goal 67'
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 1,310
Referee: Abdul Malik

June 17, 2011
19:30
Pattaya United FC 1 – 2 Okktha United FC
Somchai Singmanee Goal 90' Aung Moe Goal 7'
Jean Roger Lappe Lappe Goal 36'
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,843
Referee: Abas Daud

Quarter-finals

1st Leg

August 14, 2011
20:00
Tampines Rovers 3 – 3 Home United
Aleksandar Duric Goal 49', (Pen.) Goal 80', Goal 88' Frederic Mendy Goal 19', Goal 55'
Qiu Li Goal 90'
Tampines Stadium
Attendance: 1,160
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

August 14, 2011
20:00
SAFFC 0 – 0 Albirex Niigata (S)
Choa Chu Kang Stadium
Attendance: 1,312
Referee: Muhd Taqi

August 16, 2011
20:00
Hougang United 3 – 0 Okktha United FC
Edesio Junior (o.g)Goal 27'
Noor Ali Goal 71'
Jordan Webb Goal 90'
Hougang Stadium
Attendance: 2,649
Referee: Leow Thiam Hoe

August 17, 2011
20:00
Gombak United 0 – 1 Etoile FC
Wilson Grosset Goal 82'
Jurong West Stadium
Attendance: Sukhbir Singh
Referee: 1,323

2nd Leg



August 19, 2011
20:00
Okktha United FC 3 – 1 Hougang United

August 20, 2011
20:00
Etoile FC 3 – 1 Gombak United

Semi-finals

1st Leg

September 19, 2011
20:00
Home United 1 – 1 Etoile FC

September 20, 2011
20:00
Albirex Niigata (S) 2 – 2 Hougang United

2nd Leg

September 22, 2011
20:00
Etoile FC 0 – 1 Home United
Mendy Goal 55'

September 23, 2011
20:00
Hougang United 2 – 3 (a.e.t.) Albirex Niigata (S)
Hamid Goal 78'
Mazelan Goal 115'
Ihata Goal 44'
Saito Goal 95'117'

Third-place Playoff

November 19, 2011
17:00
Etoile FC 3 – 0 Hougang United
Kamel Chaaouane Goal 3'
Franklin Anzité Goal 54'
Théo Raymond Goal 68'
Preview
Details
Report
Jalan Besar Stadium
Attendance: 1,952
Referee: Sukhbir Singh

Final

November 19, 2011
Home United 1 – 0 (a.e.t.) Albirex Niigata (S)

Winners

Singapore Cup 2011 Winner
Home United FC
5th Singapore Cup Title

References

  1. ^ "(Malay)"Harimau Muda B (Malaysia) Sertai Kejohanan Piala Singapura 2011 . Malayatigerfootball.com. 2011-05-19. 

External links

  • Official S.League website
  • Football Association of Singapore website
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