2010–11 Estonian Cup

2010–11 Estonian Cup is the twenty-first season of the Estonian football knockout tournament organized by the Estonian Football Association. On 10 May 2011, FC Flora Tallinn defeated JK Narva Trans in the final to win the cup and qualify for the second qualifying round of the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League. The defending champions were FC Levadia Tallinn.

2010–11 Estonian Cup
Country Estonia
Teams96
ChampionsFC Flora Tallinn
Runners-upJK Narva Trans

First roundEdit

The first round pairs were drawn by Estonian Football Association on 2 June 2010. A total of 96 teams registered for the competition, a new competition record.[1]

29 June Eesti Koondis0–7Sillamäe KalevTallinn
18:00 EEST (UTC+03) Report (in Estonian)   21' Nerijus Vasiliauskas
  36'   67'Aleksandr Tarassenkov
  48' (pen.) Aleksey Naumov
  69' Evgeny Kabayev
  72' Vygantas Zubavičius
  82' Jürgen Kuresoo
Stadium: Kadriorg Stadium
Attendance: 46
Referee: Jaan Roos
9 July TJK Legion II1–3EMÜ SKTallinn
20:00 EEST (UTC+03)   90' Sergei Krupa Report (in Estonian)   31' Martin Muttik
  35' Vahur Raigna
  68' Viljar Arula
Stadium: Wismari staadion
Attendance: 0
Referee: Kaupo Õismaa
20 July Narva TransvSaaremaa JKNarva
18:45 EEST (UTC+03) Stadium: Narva Kreenholmi Stadium
20 July Elva0–3LootusTallinn
18:45 EEST (UTC+03) Report (in Estonian)   81' Irfan Ametov
  90' Vasily Kulik
  90' Ivan Lihhatšov
Stadium: Sportland Arena
Attendance: 37
Referee: Andi Kingumets
20 July Tulevik14–0FC Otepää IIViljandi
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   2'   13'   49' Rait Kasterpalu
  10'   52'   76' Rasmus Tomson
  18' (pen.) Alan Ventsel
  19' Rasmus Munskind
  44' Mikk Pärt
  61' Edwin Stüf
  83'   87'   90' Rauno Tutk
  84' Mikko Sillast
Report (in Estonian) Stadium: Viljandi linnastaadion
Attendance: 80
Referee: Elar Wisdom
20 July FC Absoluut1–16Raasiku FC JokerTallinn
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   82' Oscar Pedosk Report (in Estonian)   7'   12' Hardo Riiberg
  8'   13'   15'   79'   84' Vaiko Eggert
  32'   40' Rauno Pruuli
  47' There Reinike
  60' Priit Betlem
  67'   80'   90' Jaan Jalas
  75' Rando Ilves
  82' Oscar Pedosk
  90' Andre Ilves
Stadium: Laagri kunstmurustaadion
Attendance: 7
Referee: Ain Alev
20 July Tarvastu3–2KoseSoe
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   7'   19' Tairo Orav
  16' Kaspar Orav
Report (in Estonian)   18' Martin Bukin
  19' Tõnis Tüli
Stadium: Soe keskasula staadion
Attendance: 100
Referee: Ülo Kikas
20 July Atletik12–1ReaalTallinn
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   6' Jevgeni Grafski
  10' (pen.)   41'   47' Andrus Mitt
  12'   35' Mark Švets
  16'   42' Dmitri Njatin
  23' Andrei Timofejev
  28' (o.g.) Heigo Plotnik
  53' Maksim Smirnov
  90' Jevgeni Ginzburg
Report (in Estonian)   53' Juss Tamming Stadium: Wismari staadion
Attendance: 25
Referee: Kirill Andrejev
20 July Keila JK2–5Tallinna KotkadKeila
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   46' Toomas Kelo
  59' Erkki Kuriks
Report (in Estonian)   12' Jürgen Pallo
  41' Tanel Joala
  42'   73' Timo Erkki Huttunen
  89' Lauri Lendsalu
Stadium: Keila staadion
Attendance: 37
Referee: Erko Kookla
20 July Navi0–1AtliVõtu
18:45 EEST (UTC+03) Report (in Estonian)   34' Oleg Glivenko Stadium: Võru Spordikeskuse staadion
Attendance: 35
Referee: Maikel Mikson
20 July JK Kaitseliit Kalev7–0FC VelldorisKuusalu
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   2'   75' Meelis Tasa
  26' Anton Kuznetsov
  32' Eerik Heinpalu
  50' Patrik Maldre
  52' Mart Mürkel
  78' Indro Olumets
  80' (pen) Anton Li
Report (in Estonian)   25' Dmitri Koparev
  39' Valery Sobtšenko
  47' Leonid Latõšev
Stadium: Kuusalu Keskkooli staadion
Attendance: 15
Referee: Mart Martin
20 July Löök0–0 (a.e.t.)
(6–5 p)
Elva IIKaagvere
18:45 EEST (UTC+03) Report (in Estonian) Stadium: Kaagvere staadion
Attendance: 25
Referee: Vallo Lokko
20 July Kernu2–3aameraaSKernu
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   63'   75' Raigo Abel Report (in Estonian)   4'   73' (pen.) Andre Anis
  47' Andres Lehesoo
Stadium: Kernu Põhikooli staadion
Attendance: 10
Referee: Aivar Pohlak
21 July Lasnamäe Ajax3–0Welco ElekterTallinn
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   16' Alexey Zotov
  20'   41' Sergei Kononov
Report (in Estonian) Stadium: Ajaxi staadion
Attendance: 40
Referee: Roland Meritee
21 July Haiba0–5WarriorSaku
18:45 EEST (UTC+03) Report (in Estonian)   13' Oskar Kaldvee
  55' Ivo-Henri Pikkor
  77' Martin Kaarjärv
  81' Karl Ivar Maar
  85' (pen.) Karl Henri Rebane
Stadium: Saku kunstmuru
Attendance: 10
Referee: Uno Tutk
21 July Rakvere9–0PüsivusRakvere
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   20' Amor Luup
  60'   61' Taavi Trasberg
  65' Hans Hiiuväin
  72'   76' Reijo Kuusik
  82'   85'   87' Sergei Akimov
Report (in Estonian) Stadium: Rakvere linnastaadion
Attendance: 38
Referee: Marger Pormann
21 July TJK Legion5–1SörveTallinn
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   7'   15' Alexander Pavlikhin
  27' Juri Brõtkin
  70' Jüri Lipsik
  88' Dmitry Popov
Report (in Estonian)   50' Jaanis Kriska Stadium: Wismari staadion
Attendance: 12
Referee: Kert Küttis
21 July Saue Laagri4–0SoccernetTallinn
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   16'   34'   45' Carl Sõlg
  64' Lauri Esko
Report (in Estonian) Stadium: Laagri kunstmurustaadion
Attendance: 25
Referee: Oleg Grasman
21 July Rolling Doors0–5OtepääSuure-Jaani
18:45 EEST (UTC+03) Report (in Estonian)   16'   61'   61'   82' Raul Lehismets
  84' Ott Meerits
Stadium: Suure-Jaani Gümnaasiumi staadion
Attendance: 62
Referee: Danel Udu
21 July Rada8–0QuattromedKuusalu
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   2' Raido Rebane
  5' Risto Roos
  25' (pen.)   36'   55'   71' Joonas Kröönström
  57' Risto Roos
  82' Margus Kröönström
Report (in Estonian) Stadium: Kuusalu Keskkooli staadion
Attendance: 25
Referee: Heiki Luik
21 July FC Lelle0–2NoorusLelle
18:45 EEST (UTC+03) Report (in Estonian)   4'   14' Nikolai Roop Stadium: Lelle staadion
Attendance: 50
Referee: Margo Noode
21 July Warrior II0–0 (a.e.t.)
(4–3 p)
10 PremiumValga
18:45 EEST (UTC+03) Stadium: Valga Kungla kunstmuru
Attendance: 65
21 July Kumake3–1MetropoolPaide
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   88' Markus Mats Lellsaar
  89'   90' Alar Arula
Report (in Estonian)   10' Hannes Kivilo Stadium: Paide linnastaadion
Attendance: 65
Referee: Dmitri Kägu
21 July Toompea 19944–4 (a.e.t.)
(4–5 p)
KristiineTallinn
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   39' Aaro Mõttus
  65'   96' Priit Kuusk
  87' Priit Järviste
Report (in Estonian)   23' Ard Ernits
  34' Sander Talviste
  65' Reiko Keltjärv
  120' Tarmo Randver
Stadium: Maarjamäe staadion
Attendance: 6
Referee: Viktor Jasska
21 July Piraaja0–1Lootus IITallinn
18:45 EEST (UTC+03) Report (in Estonian)   86' Aleksandr Avdeev Stadium: Sportland Arena
Attendance: 41
Referee: Erko Kookla
21 July Kalju III0–2Flora U21Tallinn
20:30 EEST (UTC+03) Report (in Estonian)   15' Priit Danelson
  63' Marten Mütt
Stadium: Hiiu staadion
Attendance: 63
Referee: Ainar Kuusk
22 July Nõmme United2–1OrbiitTallinn
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   66' Kevin Paavo
  84' Alex Jelagin
Report (in Estonian)   37' Raimond Äri Stadium: Männiku kunstmuru
Attendance: 58
Referee: Neeme Neemlaid
25 July Visadus0–6Sillamäe Kalev IITallinn
18:45 EEST (UTC+03) Report (in Estonian)   10' Dmitry Lipartov
  25' Roman Ovtšinnikov
  68' Aleksei Sedov
  72'   90' Kirill Novikov
  90' Anton Orlov
Stadium: Sõle Gümnaasiumi staadion
Attendance: 50
Referee: Marto Kiisk
27 July Keskerakond2–4OlympicLoo
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   46' Juri Katšan
  89' Oleg Sarantšin
Report (in Estonian)   6' Magnar Mikkelsaar
  27'   81' Sven Haas
  36' Rando Tamm
Stadium: Loo kunstmuruväljak
Attendance: 10
Referee: Edik Oflyan
31 July Loo0–2RannamõisaLoo
19:00 EEST (UTC+03)   63' Märt Mere
  75' Riho Pill
Stadium: Loo kunstmuruväljak
Attendance: 20
5 August Eston Villa0–2Premium IITallinn
18:45 EEST (UTC+03)   6' Ergo Eessaar
  79' Kristian Uuk
Stadium: Lasnamäe KJH kunstmuru
Attendance: 35

Teams with byeEdit

Second roundEdit

These matches occurred between 3 August and 4 September 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Sillamäe Kalev 6–0 Atli
Paide 0–1 Tulevik
Tääksi 4–3 JK Kaitseliit Kalev
Tabasalu 2–3 HaServ
Aspen 0–8 Igiliikur
KIIU 0–9 Emmaste
Löök 2–3 (a.e.t.) A&A Kinnisvara
Saue 3–10 Otepää
Tallinna Kotkad 0–1 Luunja
Tallinna Kalev 1–0 (a.e.t.) Levadia
Noorus 0–3 Kuressaare
Kumake 0–5 Flora
Raasiku FC Joker 2–0 Lootus II
aameraaS 2–6 Nõmme Kalju
Flora U21 1–3 Sillamäe Kalev II
Saue Laagri 3–0 TJK Legion
Jalgpallihaigla 1–7 Alko
Rakvere II 8–0 Suema Cargobus
Twister 1–2 Tammeka II
Tallinna Kalev III 0–7 Narva Trans
Ararat-TTÜ 1–0 Lootus
Olympic 1–8 Tammeka
Rada 3–6 Lootos
Lasnamäe Ajax 9–0 Järva-Jaani
Saku 1–3 EMÜ SK
Warrior 0–1 Atletik
Nõmme United 4–0 Warrior II
Rannamõisa 0–4 Tarvastu
Premium II 0–4 Ganvix
Kalju II 3–0 Kristiine
Võru 0–41 Rakvere
Tamme Auto 3–2 Puuma

Notes:1This match originally ended 2–4 in favor of Rakvere. Later, it was discovered that Võru had fielded an ineligible player during the match. Therefore, this match was awarded to Rakvere 0–4.

Third roundEdit

These matches occurred between 31 August and 7 October 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Kuressaare 1–5 Sillamäe Kalev
Flora 5–0 Rakvere II
Alko 2–1 Ararat-TTÜ
Otepää 1–1 (a.e.t)
(pen) 2–3
Lootos
Nõmme Kalju 0–1 Narva Trans
EMÜ SK 0–2 Lasnamäe Ajax
Tallinna Kalev 2–0 Luunja
Igiliikur 1–2 Nõmme United
Tammeka II 4–3 (a.e.t.) Tarvastu
Tääksi 1–5 Raasiku FC Joker
Tammeka 4–0 Atletik
Ganvix 3–0 A&A Kinnisvara
Sillamäe Kalev II 3–0 Rakvere
Saue Laagri 2–3 Tamme Auto
Kalju II 0–4 Emmaste
HaServ 1–0 Tulevik

Fourth roundEdit

The 16 winners from the previous round competed in this stage of the competition. These matches took place between 5 and 20 October 2010.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Tammeka 0–1 Narva Trans
Flora 4–1 Lootos
Lasnamäe Ajax 4–1 Nõmme United
Tallinna Kalev 2–1 Tammeka II
Raasiku FC Joker 3–0 Sillamäe Kalev II
Emmaste 4–0 Alko
Sillamäe Kalev 12–1 Tamme Auto
HaServ 1–0 Ganvix

QuarterfinalsEdit

The 8 winners from the previous round competed in this stage of the competition. However, before this round took place, Raasiku FC Joker withdrew from the competition, meaning that Flora will move on to the semifinals automatically.[2] These matches took place on 12 and 13 April 2011.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Flora w/o Raasiku FC Joker
HaServ 0–4 (a.e.t.) Lasnamäe Ajax
Narva Trans 1–0 (a.e.t.) Tallinna Kalev
Emmaste 0–1 Sillamäe Kalev

SemifinalsEdit

The 4 winners from the previous round competed in this stage of the competition.

FinalEdit

Top goalscorersEdit

Updated 9 July 2010.

2 goals
1 goal

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Jalgpalli karikavõistlustel rekordarv osalejaid". Estonian Football Association. 2 June 2010. Retrieved 2 June 2010.
  2. ^ "Selgunud on karikavõistluste veerandfinaalide mänguajad". Estonian Football Association. 3 March 2011. Retrieved 9 April 2011.

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