2011–12 Slovenian Football Cup
The 2011–12 Slovenian Football Cup was the 21st season of the Slovenian Football Cup, Slovenia's football knockout competition. Domžale were the defending champions, having won their first Slovenian Cup last season.
|Pokal Hervis 2011–12|
|Champions||Maribor (7th title)|
|Goals scored||120 (3.87 per match)|
|Top goal scorer(s)||Etien Velikonja (6 goals)|
The runners-up of the competition qualified for the first qualifying round of the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League, since Maribor was already qualified for the 2012–13 UEFA Champions League as Slovenian PrvaLiga champions.
2010–11 Slovenian PrvaLiga membersEdit
Qualified through MNZ Regional CupsEdit
Winners and runners-up of the regional MNZ cups.
|24 August 2011||Ilirska Bistrica||1–2||Rudar Velenje||Ilirska Bistrica|
|17:00 CET||Report||Stadium: Trnovo Sports Centre|
Round of 16Edit
These matches took place on 6 and 14 September 2011. Maribor played their match on 8 October due to Europa League group stage matches.
|14 September 2011||Šentjur||0–10||Rudar Velenje||Šentjur pri Celju|
|16:00 CET||Report||Stadium: Šentjur Sport Park|
The first legs took place on 18, 19 and 26 October 2011 and the second legs took place on 25 and 26 October and 16 November 2011.
|25 October 2011||ND Gorica||1–1||Rudar Velenje||Nova Gorica|
|18:00 CET||Report||Stadium: Nova Gorica Sports Park|
Rudar won 3–2 on aggregate.
Celje won 7–2 on aggregate.
Šenčur won 2–2 on aggregate.
Maribor won 4–3 on aggregate.
Celje won 10–9 on aggregate.
Maribor won 8–4 on aggregate.