2011 Malaysia FA Cup

The 2011 Malaysia FA Cup, also known as the Astro Piala FA due to the competition's sponsorship by Astro Arena, was the 22nd season of the Malaysia FA Cup, a knockout competition for Malaysia's state football association and clubs.[1]

2011 Malaysia FA Cup
Piala FA
CountryMalaysia
Teams30
Defending championsNegeri Sembilan FA
ChampionsTerengganu FA
Runners-upKelantan FA
2010
2012

Negeri Sembilan FA were the defending champions.

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

FormatEdit

The Piala FA competition has reverted to the old format of play with no more open draws. It will be involve 30 teams — 16 Super League and 14 Premier League sides — with defending league champions Selangor FA, defending cup winners Negeri Sembilan FA and runner's up Kedah FA receiving byes in the first round.

For the 2011 year edition, In the first round and the second league will only play one legged match instead playing a two legged match unlike the previous edition.

The winner of the 2011 edition will qualify to the 2012 AFC Cup.

Piala FA MatchesEdit

First roundEdit

Saturday 19 February PKNS FC  5 – 0  MP MuarMBPJ Stadium, Kelana Jaya
8:45 GMT Khairul Akyar   37,53'
P. Rajesh   56'
Khairul Azrin   61,86'
Attendance: 8,000
Saturday 19 February Pahang FA  2 – 1  Sabah FAStadium Darul makmur Kuantan
8:45 GMT R. Surendran   56'
Khartigesu   69'
  71' Shahrul Azhar Ture Attendance: 15,000
Saturday 19 February PDRM FA  1 – 4  Perak FAStadium Tuanku Abdul Rahman Paroi
8:45 GMT Khairul Izuan   60'   6' Akmal Rizal
  30' Shahrulnizam
  51' Shafiq jamal
  89' Razali umar
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: m
Saturday 19 February Malacca FA  0 – 5  Sime Darby F.C.Stadium Hang Tuah Melaka
8:45 GMT   43' Mohd Fairuz
  61' Mohd Yusri
  70' A.Varathan
  83' Saiful Mustafa
  85' Mohizam Shah
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: m
Saturday 19 February ATM FA  2 – 0  Sarawak FAStadium MP Selayang
8:45 GMT Fauzi Kassim   49'
A. Jaganathan   86'
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: m
Saturday 19 February USM FC  1 – 2  Terengganu FAStadium Olahraga USM
8:45 GMT Mohd Baser   58'   19' Zharif
  44' Abdul Hadi
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: m
Saturday 19 February Melodi Jaya Sports Club  0 – 4  Harimau Muda BKompleks sukan Nusa Mutiara
8:45 GMT   44,90' Mohd Syamin
  66' Mohd Syazwan
  88' Nor hakim
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: m
Saturday 19 February Penang FA  1 – 5  Johor FAStadium Negeri Batu Kawan
8:45 GMT Noraslan   82'   17,79' Norizam salaman
  60' Adib Aizuddin
  73' Mohd Alif
  90' Asyraf Al Japri
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: m
Saturday 19 February Johor FC  5 – 0  KL Spa FCStadium Jcorp Pasir Gudang
8:45 GMT Shahrizal   9,64'
Hamzani   25'
Mohd Syafuan   72'
Mohd Rashid Aya   87'
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: m
Saturday 19 February Perlis FA  0 – 2  Felda United FCStadium Utama Negeri Kangar
8:45 GMT   55' Rashid Mahmud
  90' Zamri chin
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: m
Saturday 20 February Kuala Lumpur FA  3 - 0  Pos Malaysia FCStadium MP Selayang
8:45 GMT Afiq Azmi   48'
Badrul Hisyam   51,70'
Attendance: 3,000

Second roundEdit

Thursday 3 March Harimau Muda A  1 - 2  Johor FAStadium Bukit Jalil
8:45 GMT Norhamizarif Hamid   61' Jasazrin Jamaluddin   11'
Mohd Norizam Salaman   67'
Attendance: 5,000
Friday 4 March Negeri Sembilan FA  0 - 0
(2 – 4 p)
  Kuala Lumpur FAStadium Tuanku Abdul Rahman Paroi
8:45 GMT Attendance: 10,000
Friday 4 March PKNS FC  1 - 3  Pahang FAStadium MBBJ Kelana Jaya
8:45 GMT Zakaria   29' Baharuddin   50'
Sayuti   54'86'
Attendance: 500
Friday 4 March Perak FA  3 - 0  Sime Darby F.C.Stadium Perak Ipoh
8:45 GMT Mustafa   81'
Kandasamy   83'
Akmal Rizal   90+1'
Attendance: 20,000
Friday 4 March ATM FA  2 - 3  TerengganuStadium MP Selayang
8:45 GMT Fatrurazi Rozi   45'
Chee Saad   75'
Abdul Hadi   22'
Ashaari   36'59'
Referee: 230
Friday 4 March Selangor FA  2 - 1  Harimau Muda BStadium Shah Alam
8:45 GMT Razman   35'
Hadi Zainal   38'
Saarvindran   67' Referee: 4,500
Friday 4 March Johor FC  0 - 1  KelantanStadium JCORP Pasir Gudang
8:45 GMT Badri Radzi   10' Referee: 1000
Friday 4 March Felda United FC  1 - 0  KedahStadium Kuala lumpur Cheras
8:45 GMT Fadzir Hassan   82' Attendance: 800

Quarter-FinalsEdit

The first leg matches will be played on 9 March 2010, with the second legs to be held on 20 March 2010.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Kuala Lumpur FA   1–2   Pahang FA 1-2 0–0
Perak FA   4-5   Terengganu FA 3–2 1–3
Selangor FA   5–2   Johor FA 3–1 2–1
Kelantan FA   5–2   Felda United FC 2–2 3–0

Semi-FinalsEdit

The first leg matches will be played on 30 March 2010, with the second legs to be held on 3 April 2010.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Pahang FA   2–5   Terengganu FA 2–3 0–2
Selangor FA   2–6   Kelantan FA 1–5 1–1

FinalEdit

The final was played at National Stadium, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, on Saturday, 11 June 2011.

Terengganu FA  2 - 1 (a.e.t.)  Kelantan FA
Daudsu   90+8' (o.g.)
Nordin Alias   110'
Azwan Roya   79'

WinnersEdit

Piala FA 2011 Winner
 
Terengganu FA
2nd Piala FA Title

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit