2013 Thai FA Cup

The Thai FA Cup 2013 (Thai: มูลนิธิไทยคม เอฟเอคัพ) is the 20th season of Thailand knockout football competition. The tournament is organized by the Football Association of Thailand.

2013 Thai FA Cup
CountryThailand
Dates13 March 2013 – 10 November 2013
Teams86
ChampionsBuriram United (3rd title)
Runners-upBangkok Glass
Matches played85
Goals scored253 (2.98 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Kirati Keawsombat
5 goals
2012
2014

The cup winner is guaranteed a place in the 2014 AFC Champions League Play-off.

CalendarEdit

Round Date Matches Clubs New entries this round
Qualifying First Round 13 March 2013 10 20 → 10 20 (Regional League Division 2 and Other CUP)
Qualifying Second Round 3 April 2013 20 30 + 10 → 20 30 (Regional League Division 2 and Other CUP)
First Round 10 April 2013 10 20 → 10
Second Round 24 April 2013 14 10 + 18 → 14 18 2013 Thai Division 1 League
Third Round 26 June 2013 16 14 + 18 → 16 18 2013 Thai Premier League
Fourth Round 10 July 2013 8 16 → 8
Quarter-finals 28 August 2013 4 8 → 4
Semi-finals 25 September 2013 2 4 → 2
Final 10 November 2013 1 2 → 1
Total 86 clubs

1st qualifying roundEdit

13 March 2013 Rachapreuk College 1–1 (a.e.t.)
(4–2 p)
Paknampho NSRU
13 March 2013 Pluak Daeng 3–2 Air & Coastal Defence Command
13 March 2013 Pattaya City 4–1 Royal Thai Fleet Pattaya
13 March 2013 Kamphaeng Phet 1–0 Pattaya Cha Kung Rao Stadium, Kamphaeng Phet

2nd qualifying roundEdit

Team 1  Score  Team 2
3 April 2013
Cha Choeng Sao 2–0 Kasetsart
Wongchaowalitkul 0–3 ChamChuri United
Nara United 0 – 0
6 – 5p
Futela Seeker
Samut Sakhon Boorana (w/o) 1 Phayao
Yala 1 – 1
7 – 8p
Phattalung
Mukdaharn City 0 – 0
5 – 3p
Looktabfah Pathumthani
Thai Airways-Look Isan 2–1 Raj Pracha Bangkok Thonburi
Thai Honda 0 – 0
6 – 5p
RBAC BEC Tero Sasana
Institute of Physical Education Samut Sakhon 1 -1
4 – 3p
Trang
Subdistrict Administrative Organization WangMhun 2–4 Samut Prakan Customs
Nonthaburi 1 – 1
3 – 1p
Pathum Thani United
Roi Et 6–2 Phetchaburi
Witthayalai Ratchapreuk 1–2 J.W.Group
Pluak Daeng (w/o) 2 Lampang
Bangkok Christian 2 – 2
15 – 16p
Samut Sakhon
Sa Kaeo City 0 – 0
6 – 5p
Krung Thonburi
Prachuap' 1–0 Phang Nga
Pattaya City 1 – 1
4 – 3p
Phrae United
Kamphaeng Phet 2–0 Phan Thong
Ang Thong 5–1 Samut Prakan
1 Samut Sakhon Boorana won because Phayao withdrew
2 Lampang won because Pluak Daeng withdrew

First roundEdit

Team 1  Score  Team 2
10 April 2013
Cha Choeng Sao 3–1 ChamChuri United
Nara United (w/o) 1 Samut Sakorn Boorana
Phattalung (w/o) 2 Mukdahan
Thai Air Look Isan 0 – 0
2 – 4p
Thai Honda
Samut Prakan United 5–0 Institute Of Physical Education Samut Sakorn
Nonthaburi 2 – 2
6 – 5p
Roi Et
J.W.Group 1 -1
4 – 5p
Lampang
Samut Sakhon 1–0 Sa Kaeo City
Prachuap 3–1 Pattaya City
Kamphaeng Phet 1–2 Ang Thong
1 Nara United won because Samut Sakorn Boorana refused to travel to the deep south and therefore forfeited the tie
2 Phattalung won because Mukdahan withdrew

Second roundEdit

24 April 2013 Nakhon Pathom 2–2 (a.e.t.)
(4–5 p)
Nonthaburi Nakhon Pathom Stadium, Nakhon Pathom
24 April 2013 Samut Prakan United 1–2 Khonkaen Samut Prakan United Stadium, Samut Prakan
24 April 2013 Trat 2–1 Krabi Trat Stadium, Trat
24 April 2013 Prachuap 3–1 Ayutthaya Thanarat Stadium, Prachuap Khiri Khan
24 April 2013 Phattalung 1–0 Samut Sakhon Phatthalung Stadium, Phatthalung
24 April 2013 TTM Lopburi 2–0 Saraburi Lopburi Stadium, Lopburi
24 April 2013 Nara United 1–1 (a.e.t.)
(2–3 p)
Siam Navy Narathiwat Provincial Administrative Organization Stadium, Narathiwat

Third roundEdit

26 June 2013 Trat 5–4 BBCU Trat Stadium, Trat
1 Bangkok won because Sisaket was suspended
2 Match was abandoned at 45' (1–0) due to floodlight failure; completed on June 27

Fourth roundEdit

10 July 2013 Muangthong United 5–0 Phuket SCG Stadium, Nonthaburi
Referee: Sumate Saiwaew

Quarter-finalsEdit

Semi-finalsEdit

25 September 2013 Police United 2–5 Bangkok Glass Rajamangala Stadium, Bang Kapi, Bangkok
19.00 UTC+7 Paitoon   26'
Pinyo   90'
Teeratep   20', 34'
Michelini   60'
Korakot   63'
Goran Jerković   87'

FinalEdit