2012 Chinese FA Cup

The TOSHIBA 2012 Chinese FA Cup (Chinese: 东芝2012中国足球协会杯) was the 14th edition of the Chinese FA Cup. The first round matches began on 26 May 2012, and the finals took place on 10 November and 18 November 2012.

2012 The Chinese Football Association Cup
CFA Cup
Country China
Teams48
ChampionsGuangzhou Evergrande (1st title)
Runners-upGuizhou Renhe
AFC Champions LeagueGuangzhou Evergrande
Matches played50
Goals scored153 (3.06 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Spain Rafa Jordà (6 goals)
Best playerParaguay Lucas Barrios
2011
2013

The cup title sponsor was Japanese company Toshiba.[1]

ParticipantsEdit

Chinese Super LeagueEdit

Total 16 teams took part in 2012 CFA Cup.

China League OneEdit

Total 16 teams took part in 2012 CFA Cup.

China League Two & amateur teamEdit

16 teams from 2012 China League Two, 2011 China Amateur Football League Final stage, Chinese Collegiate Football League and the Vision China Championship were selected to take part in 2012 CFA Cup.[2]

Note 1: Reorganized by Taiyuan University of Technology

ScheduleEdit

Round Date Matches Clubs New entries this round
First round 26–27 May 8 16 → 8 16 2012 China League Two clubs & amateur teams
Second round 1–3 June 12 8 + 16 → 12 16 2012 China League One
Third round 26 June – 4 July 12 12 + 12 → 12 12 2011 Chinese Super League 4th ~ 14th (except Tianjin Teda), 2011 China League One 1st ~ 2nd
Fourth round 17–19 July 8 12 + 4 → 8 04 2011 Chinese FA Cup champions, 2011 Chinese Super League 1st ~ 3rd
Quarter-finals 1 August 4 8 → 4
Semi-finals 22 August / 26 September 4 (H/A) 4 → 2
Final 10 / 18 November 2 (H/A) 2 → 1
Total 48 clubs

ResultsEdit

First roundEdit

26 May Guangdong Youth 6–0Hebei YingliCentury Lotus Stadium, Foshan
13:00 Cui Ning   18', 71' (pen.)
Chen Qi   53', 80'
Chang Feiya   57'
Luo Bixiang   62'
26 May Shandong Youth3–4 Wuhan Hongxing Luneng Taishan Football School, Weifang
15:00 Du Yuxin   5', 46'
Yang Kuo   90'
Huang Lei   15'
Zhang Weijun   60'
Chen Hao   64'
Qi Chongxi   88'
26 May Guizhou Zhicheng 4–0Wuhan Dongfeng HondaGuizhou Provincial Stadium, Guiyang
15:00 Gu Zhongqing   35'
Yang Meiyuan   67'
Ilhamjan Iminjan   71'
Sun Xiaokun   88'
26 May Shaanxi Laochenggen 0–0
(4–3 p)
Dalian LongjuanfengShaanxi Province Stadium, Xi'an
16:00
Penalties
Fang Jianyu  
Xu Xiang  
Li Shuai  
Qu peng  
Liu Yang  
Qi Xiaoguang  
Wang Xin  
Tang Xiaofei  
Guo Xinnan  
Li Yuankun  

Second roundEdit

3 June Wuhan Zall1–1
(4–5 p)
Guizhou Zhicheng Xinhua Road Sports Center, Wuhan
15:30 Tan Si   77' (pen.) Jiang Liang   35'
Penalties
Tan Si  
Li Gang  
Mei Fang  
Wang Xiaoshi  
Zhu Zisen  
Jiang Sheng  
Fan Yunlong  
Qu Shaoyan  
Gu Zhongqing  
Wang Yongxin  
Ilhamjan  
Wu Yake  

Third roundEdit

26 June Dalian Shide 8–0Yanbian Baekdu TigersJinzhou Stadium, Dalian
19:00 Park Dong-Hyuk   21'
Adriano   29', 50', 70', 77' (pen.), 84'
Kamburov   33'
Lü Peng   37'
Attendance: 4,561
27 June Dalian Aerbin 2–1Beijing 361ºJinzhou Stadium, Dalian
19:00 Hu Zhaojun   34' (pen.)
Zhou Tong   42'
Alonso   61' Attendance: 3,819
Referee:   Guo Baolong
27 June Guangzhou R&F 3–2Hunan LiuyangheYuexiushan Stadium, Guangzhou
20:00 Chen Zhen   2' (o.g.)
Davi   61', 66'
Cardozo   35'
Bai Yuexuan   50'
Attendance: 2,205

Fourth roundEdit

18 July Dalian Aerbin 2–0Shenyang ShenbeiJinzhou Stadium, Dalian
19:00 Addy   31'
Hu Zhaojun   90+5'
Attendance: 3,891
Referee: Li Jun (China)
18 July Beijing Guoan 6–0Qingdao JonoonWorkers Stadium, Beijing
19:30 Kanouté   3', 35'
Wang Xiaolong   14', 22' (pen.)
Guerron   18'
Liu Yangyang   63' (o.g.)
Attendance: 27,526
Referee: Wang Di (China)

Quarter-finalsEdit

1 August Beijing Guoan3–4 Guizhou Moutai Workers Stadium, Beijing
19:30 Xu Liang   12', 55'
Guerron   90+2'
Zhang Chenglin   21'
Jordà   25'
Qu Bo   43'
Djulbic   82'
Attendance: 28,668
Referee: Zhong Jun (China)

Semi-finalsEdit

First legEdit

Second legEdit

FinalEdit

First legEdit

Guizhou Moutai1–1Guangzhou Evergrande
Jordà   10' Report(in Chinese) Barrios   49'
Attendance: 45,210
Referee: Alan Milliner (Australia)
 
 
 
 
 
 
Guizhou  Moutai
 
 
 
 
 
 
Guangzhou  Evergrande
Guizhou:
GK 12   Zhang Lie
RB 17   Sun Jihai   71'   75'
CB 3   Zhang Chenglin
CB 7   Nano (c)
LB 33   Guo Sheng
RM 15   Chen Jie   56'
CM 29   Yang Hao
CM 8   Li Chunyu   37'   46'
LM 21   Yu Hai
CF 9   Zlatan Muslimović   86'
CF 11   Rafa Jordà
Substitutes:
GK 1   Shen Jun
DF 6   Dino Djulbic   84'   56'
DF 19   Liu Tianqi
DF 30   Liu Qing
DF 31   Rao Weihui   90+4'   46'
MF 10   Rubén Suárez
FW 25   Li Kai   75'
Coach:
  Gao Hongbo
Guangzhou:
GK 22   Li Shuai
CB 5   Zhang Linpeng
CB 6   Feng Xiaoting
CB 28   Kim Young-Gwon
RWB 4   Rong Hao   68'
LWB 32   Sun Xiang
DM 37   Zhao Xuri   77'
DM 10   Zheng Zhi (c)
AM 15   Darío Conca
SS 29   Gao Lin   80'   81'
CF 9   Cléo   46'
Substitutes:
GK 1   Yang Jun
DF 3   Paulão
DF 14   Li Jianhua
MF 7   Feng Junyan   68'
MF 26   Wu Pingfeng
MF 42   Huang Bowen   77'
FW 18   Lucas Barrios   46'
Coach:
  Marcello Lippi

Assistant referees:
Ashley Beecham (Australia)
Nathan MacDonald (Australia)
Fourth official:
Yao Qing

Second legEdit

Guangzhou Evergrande4–2Guizhou Moutai
Barrios   1', 66'
Zhang Linpeng   44'
Conca   90+2'
Jordà   52'
Rao Weihui   90+4'
 
 
 
 
 
 
Guangzhou  Evergrande
 
 
 
 
 
 
Guizhou  Moutai
Guangzhou:
GK 22   Li Shuai
RB 5   Zhang Linpeng
CB 6   Feng Xiaoting
CB 28   Kim Young-Gwon
LB 32   Sun Xiang
DM 37   Zhao Xuri   38'   78'
DM 8   Qin Sheng   32'
DM 10   Zheng Zhi (c)
AM 15   Darío Conca   76'
AM 11   Muriqui   54'
CF 18   Lucas Barrios   88'
Substitutes:
GK 1   Yang Jun
DF 4   Rong Hao   78'
DF 14   Li Jianhua
MF 7   Feng Junyan   88'
MF 42   Huang Bowen
FW 9   Cléo   54'
FW 21   Jiang Ning
Coach:
  Marcello Lippi
Guizhou:
GK 12   Zhang Lie
RB 17   Sun Jihai   64'
CB 3   Zhang Chenglin
CB 7   Nano (c)   33'   56'
LB 33   Guo Sheng   39'   46'
RM 6   Dino Djulbic   71'
CM 15   Chen Jie   19'
CM 29   Yang Hao
LM 21   Yu Hai   71'
CF 9   Zlatan Muslimović
CF 11   Rafa Jordà   88'
Substitutes:
GK 1   Shen Jun
DF 19   Liu Tianqi
DF 30   Liu Qing
DF 31   Rao Weihui   46'
MF 10   Rubén Suárez   56'
MF 14   Yang Yihu   71'
FW 25   Li Kai
Coach:
  Gao Hongbo

Assistant referees:
Kim Sung-Il (Korea Republic)
Ji Seung-Min (Korea Republic)
Fourth official:
Wang Di

AwardsEdit

Goal scorersEdit

6 goals
5 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal
Own goals

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit