2015–16 Latvian Football Cup

The 2015–16 Latvian Football Cup is the 21st season of the Latvian annual football knock-out competition. The winners will qualify for the first qualifying round of the 2016–17 UEFA Europa League.

2015–16 Latvian Football Cup
Country Latvia
Teams50

First roundEdit

The matches of this round took place on 8-22 June 2015.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
8 June
FK Dobele (3) 1–0 FK Alberts (3)
Babīte (3) 3–1 Ādaži (3)
9 June
Kuldīgas (3) 3–1 Nīca (3)
10 June
Lielupe (3) 2–1 FK Priekuļi (3)
13 June
Riga United (3) w/o Rīnūži-Strong (3)
14 June
Grobiņa (3) w/o Super Nova (3)
22 June
Ludzas NSS (3) 1–4 SK Kalnciema (3)

Second roundEdit

The matches of this round took place on 4-8 July 2015.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
4 July
SK Kalnciema (3) w/o FK Ogre (2)
Auda (2) 1–0 Lāčplēsis (3)
Preiļu BJSS (2) 4–0 Kuldīgas (3)
Caramba/Dinamo (2) 5–0 Saldus (2)
Bandava (3) 0–3 Salaspils (2)
Staiceles Bebri (2) 1–3 JDFS Alberts (2)
Upesciems (3) 6–1 Fortūna (3)
Rīgas Futbola skola (2) 10–0 Grobiņa (3)
Valmieras (2) 7–0 Lielupe (3)
JFC Dobele (3) 0–6 Compact.lv (3)
5 July
Jēkabpils/JSC (2) 2–1 Riga United (3)
Monarhs (3) 7–1 Balvu (3)
7 July
Rēzeknes BJSS (2) w/o FC Marienburg (3)
8 July
Babīte (3) 3–1 Smiltene/BJSS (2)
Tukums 2000 TSS (2) 2–5 Olaine (2)

Third roundEdit

The matches of this round took place on 11-13 July 2015.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
11 July
Compact.lv (3) 2–5 Preiļu BJSS (2)
Salaspils (2) 3–0 Upesciems (3)
Rīgas Futbola skola (2) 2–3 Caramba/Dinamo (2)
Olaine (2) 0–1 Babīte (3)
12 July
Monarhs (3) 1–3 Auda (2)
Valmieras (2) 10–1 SK Kalnciema (3)
Rēzeknes BJSS (2) 2–1 Jēkabpils/JSC (2)
13 July
JDFS Alberts (2) 8–1 FK Dobele (3)

Round of 16Edit

The matches of this round took place from 18 July to 16 September 2015. Babīte received a bye.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
18 July
Valmieras (2) 0–2 BFC Daugavpils (1)
Rēzeknes BJSS (2) 0–4 METTA/LU (1)
Salaspils (2) 0–4 Liepāja (1)
19 July
JDFS Alberts (2) 0–4 Skonto (1)
29 July
Auda (2) 0–7 Ventspils (1)
5 August
Preiļu BJSS (2) 1–6 Spartaks (1)
16 September
FC Caramba/Dinamo (2) 0–1 Jelgava (1)

Quarter-finalsEdit

The matches were played on 9, 10 and 13 April 2016.[1]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
9 April
Ventspils (1) 1–0 Liepāja (1)
Spartaks Jūrmala (1) 3–1 Skonto (1)
10 April
METTA/LU (1) 0–2 BFC Daugavpils (1)
13 April
Babīte (2) 2–3 Jelgava (1)

Semi-finalsEdit

The first leg will be played on 27 April 2016 and the second leg on 4 May 2016.[2]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Jelgava 2–1 Ventspils 0–1 2–0
BFC Daugavpils 0–2 Spartaks Jūrmala 0–1 0–1

FinalEdit

The final will be played on 22 May 2016.[3]
Slokas stadionā, Jūrmalā
Referee : Aleksandrs Anufrijevs [4]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Jelgava 1–0 Spartaks Jūrmala

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