2016–17 Swiss Cup

The 2016–17 Swiss Cup was the 92nd season of Switzerland's annual football cup competition. The competition commenced on 13 August 2016 with the first games of Round 1 and concluded on 25 May 2017 with the Final. The winner of the competition was FC Basel.

2016–17 Swiss Cup
Country Switzerland
Teams64
ChampionsFC Basel
Runners-upFC Sion
Top goal scorer(s)Anđelko Savić (FC Luzern) (7)

Participating clubsEdit

All teams from 2015–16 Super League and 2015–16 Challenge League as well as the top 4 teams from 2015–16 Promotion League automatically entered this year's competition. The remaining 41 teams had to qualify through separate qualifying rounds within their leagues. Reserve teams and teams from Liechtenstein are not allowed in the competition, the latter only enter the 2016–17 Liechtenstein Cup.

2016–17 Super League
9 teams
2016–17 Challenge League
10 teams
2016–17 Promotion League
9 teams
2016–17 1. Liga
13 teams
2016–17 2. Liga Interregional
9 teams
2016–17 Regional leagues
14 teams

Sixth tier

Seventh tier

  • FC Donneloye (VD)
  • SV Rümlang (ZH)
  • FC Zollbrück (BE)

Teams in bold are still active in the competition.

TH Title holders.

Round 1Edit

Teams from Super League and Challenge League were seeded in this round. In a match, the home advantage was granted to the team from the lower league, if applicable. Teams in bold continue to the next round of the competition.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
10 August 2016
FC Bubendorf (6) 1–2 Zug 94 (4)
FC Wabern (6) 0–5 SC Brühl (3)
SC Binningen (5) 2–1 FC Münsingen (4)
FC Seefeld (4) 1–2 FC Köniz (3)
FC Grenchen (6) 0–2 FC Illiria Payerne (5)
FC Gunzwil (6) 2–0 FC Vernier (6)
FC Oberwallis Naters (4) 1–4 FC Luzern (1)
SV Rümlang (7) 2–5 FC Seuzach (4)
FC Ticino (5) 4–0 FC Uzwil (5)
FC Meyrin (5) 1–3 FC Wohlen (2)
Yverdon-Sport FC (4) 1–4 FC Winterthur (2)
CS Romontois (6) 1–6 FC Sion (1)
FC Conthey (5) 1–4 AC Bellinzona (4)
FC Klingnau (6) 0–6 FC Tuggen (3)
SC Veltheim (6) 0–6 BSC Young Boys (1)
FC Moutier (5) 0–3 FC Lugano (1)
US Arbedo (6) 0–5 Neuchâtel Xamax FCS (2)
FC La Chaux-de-Fonds (3) 0–2 FC Zürich (2)
14 August 2016
FC Dulliken (5) 0–3 FC Chiasso (2)
FC Breitenrain (3) 3–1 Servette FC (2)
FC Donneloye (7) 0–14 FC Le Mont (2)
BSC Old Boys (3) 0–2 Grasshopper Club (1)
FC Zollbrück (7) 0–5 FC Aarau (2)
AS Calcio Kreuzlingen (6) 1–0 SC Cham (3)
FC Genolier-Begnins (5) 1–3 FC Azzurri 90 LS (4)
Lancy FC (4) 1–2 FC Lausanne-Sport (1)
FC Rapperswil-Jona (3) 0–1[1] FC Basel (1)
FC La Sarraz-Éclépens (4) 0–3 FC Schaffhausen (2)
FC Bazenheid (6) 2–1 FC Red Star Zürich (4)
FC Stade Lausanne Ouchy (4) 4–2 FC Wil (2)
SC Kriens (3) 2–1 FC Thun (1)
15 August 2016
FC Black Stars (4) 2–3 FC St. Gallen (1)

Round 2Edit

In a match, the home advantage was granted to the team from the lower league, if applicable. Teams in bold continue to the next round of the competition.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
16 September 2016
FC Köniz (3) 3–1 FC Lausanne-Sport (1)
FC Breitenrain (3) 0–1 FC Aarau (2)
17 September 2016
FC Chiasso (2) 1–0 FC Wohlen (2)
SC Binningen (5) 1–2 SC Brühl (3)
FC Gunzwil (6) 1–4 FC Lugano (1)
FC Stade Lausanne Ouchy (4) 0–3 FC Winterthur (2)
AS Calcio Kreuzlingen (6) 1–1 (5–6 p) FC Tuggen (3)
FC Azzurri 90 LS (4) 2–3 SC Kriens (3)
FC Ticino (5) 0–3 FC Luzern (1)
FC Seuzach (4) 1–4 Grasshopper Club (1)
FC Le Mont (2) 0–1 FC St. Gallen (1)
18 September 2016
FC Bazenheid (6) 1–7 BSC Young Boys (1)
FC Illiria Payerne (5) 1–4 FC Schaffhausen (2)
Zug 94 (4) 0–1[2] FC Basel (1)
AC Bellinzona (4) 0–2 FC Zürich (2)
Neuchâtel Xamax FCS (2) 3–4 FC Sion (1)

Round 3Edit

The winners of Round 2 played in this round. The home advantage was granted to the team from the lower league. Teams in bold continue to the quarter-finals.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
26 October 2016
FC Aarau (2) 2–0 FC Lugano (1)
SC Kriens (3) 5–3 (a.e.t.) SC Brühl (3)
FC Tuggen (3) 1–4[3] FC Basel (1)
FC Winterthur (2) 2–1 FC Chiasso (2)
BSC Young Boys (1) 5–0 Grasshopper Club (1)
27 October 2016
FC Köniz (3) 1–1 (4–5 p) FC Lucerne (1)
FC Zürich (2) 2–1 FC St. Gallen (1)
2 November 2016
FC Schaffhausen (2) 2–5 (a.e.t.) FC Sion (1)

Quarter-finalsEdit

The winners of Round 3 played in the Quarter-finals, there was no home advantage granted in the draw. SC Kriens, from the third tier of Swiss football, were the lowest-ranked team in this round.

1 March 2017 BSC Young Boys2–2 (a.e.t.)
(3–5 p)
FC Winterthur Bern
19:30 Hoarau   8'
Bertone   39'
Report Sílvio   61'
M. Sutter   66'
Stadium: Stade de Suisse
Attendance: 9,462
Referee: Sébastien Pache
Penalties
Hoarau  
Ravet  
Frey  
Sanogo  
Di Gregorio  
Cani  
Schuler  
M. Sutter  
Sílvio  
1 March 2017 FC Aarau3–5 FC Lucerne Aarau
20:30 Josipovic   28'
Ciarrocchi   41'
Tréand   51'
Report Juric   2', 54'
Neumayr   3'
M. Schneuwly   36', 76'
Stadium: Stadion Brügglifeld
Attendance: 6,162
Referee: Adrien Jaccottet
2 March 2017 FC Sion 5–1SC KriensSion
19:00 Mujangi   45', 78'
Konaté   65', 67', 83'
Report Thali   32' Stadium: Stade Tourbillon
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Pascal Erlachner
2 March 2017 FC Basel 3–1FC ZürichBasel
20:30 Steffen   8'
Janko   20' (1:1)
Lang   41' (2:1)
Xhaka   28'   56'
Steffen   78' (3:1)
FCB summary
Report
  3' (0:1) Buff
  14' Nef
  15' Brunner
  58' Voser
  82' Schönbächler
Stadium: St. Jakob-Park
Attendance: 25,259
Referee: Alain Bieri (Solothurn)

Semi-finalsEdit

The winners of Quarterfinals play in the Semifinals, there is no home advantage granted in the draw. The games played on the 5 April 2017.

5 April 2017 FC Winterthur1–3 FC Basel Winterthur
18:45 Gazzetta   24'
Cani   88' (1:2)
Hebib   89'
FCB summary
Report
  54' (pen. 0:1) Delgado
  56' Janko
  85' (0:2) Akanji
  90+4' (1:3) Fransson
Stadium: Stadion Schützenwiese
Attendance: 9,400 (sold out)
Referee: Sascha Amhof
5 April 2017 FC Sion 0–0 (a.e.t.)
(6–5 p)
FC LuzernSion
20:45 Report Stadium: Stade Tourbillon
Attendance: 11,300
Referee: Sandro Schärer
Penalties
Ziegler  
Salatić  
Konaté  
Modou  
Carlitos  
Zverotić  
Adão  
Kryeziu  
M. Schneuwly  
Affolter  
Neumayr  
Lustenberger  
Voca  
Haas  

FinalEdit

The winners of the Semifinals play in the Final. The match will be played on 25 May 2017 at the Stade de Genève.

25 May 2017 FC Basel 3–0FC SionLancy
16:00 Doumbia   44'
Delgado   47'
Traoré   62'
Lang   77'   89'
Xhaka   79'
FCB summary
SFV report
  37' Salatic
  90+5' Lüchinger
Stadium: Stade de Genève
Attendance: 26,500
Referee:   Stephan Klossner[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Herklotz, Guido (2016). "Spielbericht Rapperswil-FCB". FC Basel 1893. Archived from the original on 2018-08-26. Retrieved 2016-08-14.
  2. ^ FC Basel 1893 (18 September 2016). "FCB nach1:0 sieg in Zug im Cup-Achtelfinal". After 1-0 victory in Zug, FCB advance to Cup round of 16. FC Basel 1893 AG. Retrieved 2021-11-16.
  3. ^ FC Basel 1893 (26 October 2016). "Der FCB zieht souveraen in die viertelfinals ein". The FCB moves confidently into the quarter-finals. FC Basel 1893 AG. Retrieved 2021-11-16.
  4. ^ "Switzerland : 2017 Swiss Cup Final". refereesfifa.blogspot.fr. Retrieved 19 April 2018.

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