2016–17 Estonian Cup

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The 2016–17 Estonian Cup was the 27th season of the Estonian main domestic football knockout tournament. FCI Tallinn won their first title after defeating Tammeka 2–0 in the final.

2016–17 Estonian Cup
Country Estonia
Teams101[1]
ChampionsFCI Tallinn (1st title)
Runners-upTartu Tammeka

The winner of the Cup were to qualify for the 2017–18 UEFA Europa League, but as FCI Tallinn were already qualified for the Champions League as 2016 Meistriliiga champions the spot passed to Flora.

First roundEdit

The draw was made by Estonian Football Association on 21 May 2016, on the half-time of the 2015–16 final of the same competition.[1]

Home team Score[2] Away team
31 May
FC Järva-Jaani (5) w/o1 (4) Tallinna FC Ararat TTÜ
Kohtla-Järve JK Järve (2) 3–0 (RL) Kohtla-Nõmme
Pärnu JK Poseidon (5) 7–0 (RL) Enamasti Pealekata
Rakvere JK Tarvas (1) 13–0 (RL) FC Sssolutions
Tallinna Depoo (6) 0–6 (2) Tallinna FC Infonet II
2 June
Raplamaa JK Märjamaa (6) 4–0 (5) Navi Vutiselts
SK Roosu (6) w/o2 (1) JK Sillamäe Kalev
4 June
FC Puhkus Mehhikos (RL) 0–2 (a.e.t.) (3) FC Flora U19
5 June
Tallinna JK Piraaja (4) 11–1 (RL) FC Tallinna Wolves
Tallinna FC Soccernet (6) 8–1 (RL) FC Jõgeva Wolves II
FC Elva (3) 13–0 (RL) FC IceBears
6 June
Tallinna FC Olympic Olybet (5) 2–3 (a.e.t.) (6) Tallinna FC TransferWise
7 June
SK Tääksi (5) 3–2 (6) FC Helios Tartu
FC Jõgeva Wolves (6) 7–0 (6) Tallinna FC Reaal
Tallinna FC Flora (1) 11–0 (RL) FC Peedu
Tallinna FC Levadia III (4) 8–0 (RL) JK Raudteetöölised
JK Fellin (RL) 0–1 (4) Keila JK
Tallinna FC Twister (6) 7–0 (5) Valga FC Warrior
Tallinna FC Castovanni Eagles II (6) 0–4 (5) Ambla Vallameeskond
8 June
JK Kernu Kadakas (5) 2–1 (RL) Rasmus Värki Jalgpallikool
FC Otepää (5) 1–2 (4) Narva United FC
9 June
FC Lelle (5) 1–6 (RL) FC Molycorp Silmet
FC Nõmme United (4) 24–0 (RL) JK Õismäe Torm
Koeru JK (5) 0–2 (5) Vastseliina FC Tannem
12 June
Tallinna FC Forza (4) 0–8 (1) Nõmme Kalju FC
15 June
Kuusalu JK Rada (4) 0–4 (5) Raplamaa JK
16 June
Tartu JK Tammeka (1) 2–0 (2) Tartu FC Santos
JK Tallinna Kalev (2) 14–0 (RL) Paduvere SK Illi
Kassisaba FC Igiliikur (5) 0–6 (3) Tartu JK Welco
18 June
Tallinna FC Castovanni Eagles (5) w/o3 (RL) JK Pedajamäe
JK Tallinna Kalev III (5) 0–4 (2) Viljandi JK Tulevik
19 June
Tallinna FC Eston Villa (5) w/o4 (5) JK Kaitseliit Kalev
22 June
Tartu FC Merkuur (4) 6–4 (5) FC Zenit Tallinn
26 June
FC Kuressaare (3) w/o5 (5) JK Väätsa Vald
JK Tammeka U21 (3) 1–4 (1) Pärnu Linnameeskond
28 June
Pirita JK Reliikvia (5) 1–2 (RL) JK Terav Sats
3 July
Tabasalu JK Charma (4) 1–2 (2) Maardu Linnameeskond
Notes
  • Note 1: Tallinna JK Ararat TTÜ withdrew from the competition.
  • Note 2: SK Roosu withdrew from the competition.
  • Note 3: JK Pedajamäe withdrew from the competition.
  • Note 4: JK Kaitseliit Kalev dissolved before the competition.
  • Note 5: JK Väätsa Vald withdrew from the competition.

ByesEdit

These teams were not drawn and secured a place in the second round without playing:

Second roundEdit

The draw for the second round was made on 16 June 2016.[3]

Home team Score[2] Away team
9 July
SK Tääksi (5) 5–0 (6) Tallinna JK Jalgpallihaigla
17 July
Tartu JK Welco (3) 0–8 (1) Tallinna FC Flora
20 July
Tallinna FC Soccernet (6) 1–5 (3) FC Kuressaare
24 July
Tallinna Jalgpalliselts (6) 0–3 (5) Tartu Ülikool Fauna
Ambla Vallameeskond (5) 2–5 (4) Tõrva JK
Jõhvi FC Lokomotiv (4) 1–1 (a.e.t.)
(3–5) p
(3) Tallinna FC Flora U19
Tallinna FC Castovanni Eagles (5) w/o6 (5) EMÜ SK
FC Molycorp Silmet (RL) w/o7 (4) SK Imavere Forss
26 July
FC Järva-Jaani (5) 1–4 (4) Narva United FC
Maardu United (5) 2–10 (1) JK Sillamäe Kalev
Rakvere JK Tarvas (1) 5–1 (2) Maardu Linnameeskond
Tallinna FC Infonet (1) 9–0 (4) Tallinna JK Piraaja
2 August
Paide Linnameeskond (1) 1–0 (4) FC Nõmme United
FC Kose (4) 0–2 (5) Pärnu JK Poseidon
Saue JK Laagri (4) 6–1 (6) FC Jõgeva Wolves
Tartu JK Tammeka (1) 3–0 (5) Läänemaa JK Haapsalu
3 August
Viimsi JK II (4) 0–5 (2) Tallinna FC Infonet II
Raplamaa JK Märjamaa (6) 2–1 (4) Kiviõli FC Irbis
Kohtla-Järve JK Järve (2) w/o (6) Tallinna FC Twister
Raasiku FC Joker (3) 4–3 (a.e.t.) (5) Raplamaa JK
FC Elva (3) 2–3 (2) JK Tallinna Kalev
Tallinna JK Legion (4) 1–0 (4) Türi Ganvix JK
JK Terav Sats (RL) 1–5 (4) Jõgeva SK Noorus-96
4 August
JK Kernu Kadakas (5) 5–3 (a.e.t.) (5) Vastseliina FC Tannem
7 August
Viljandi JK Tulevik (2) 13–0 (5) JK Loo
8 August
Tallinna FC TransferWise (6) 1–6 (3) Viimsi JK
9 August
Pärnu Linnameeskond (1) 2–4 (1) Tallinna FC Levadia
10 August
Nõmme Kalju FC III (5) 0–5 (2) Tallinna FC Flora U21
Tartu FC Merkuur (4) 3–4 (a.e.t.) (6) Rumori Calcio Tallinn
17 August
Tallinna FC Eston Villa (5) 4–4 (a.e.t.)
(5–6) p
(5) FC Tartu
Tallinna FC Levadia III (4) 4–1 (4) Keila JK
20 September
JK Narva Trans (1) 0–2 (1) Nõmme Kalju FC
Notes
  • Note 6: EMÜ SK were awarded a win as Castovanni Eagles fielded an unregistered player. The original score was 9–1.
  • Note 7: Molycorp Silmet were awarded a win as SK Imavere Forss fielded an unregistered player. The original score was 2–3.

Third roundEdit

The draw for the third round was made on 11 August 2016.[4]

Home team Score[2] Away team
24 August
Tartu Ülikool Fauna (5) 4–6 (5) EMÜ SK
1 September
Viljandi JK Tulevik (2) 1–0 (1) JK Sillamäe Kalev
Saue JK Laagri (4) 0–3 (2) Tallinna FC Infonet II
4 September
JK Terav Sats (RL) 0–2 (6) Raplamaa JK Märjamaa
FC Kuressaare (3) 3–2 (4) Tallinna JK Legion
Rumori Calcio Tallinn (6) 4–3 (5) JK Kernu Kadakas
6 September
FC Tartu (5) 0–11 (1) Tallinna FC Infonet
7 September
JK Tallinna Kalev (2) 5–0 (5) SK Tääksi
20 September
Rakvere JK Tarvas (1) 2–3 (1) Paide Linnameeskond
Tallinna FC Levadia III (4) 1–8 (1) Tartu JK Tammeka
21 September
FC Molycorp Silmet (RL) 6–5 (a.e.t.) (3) Tallinna FC Flora U19
Kohtla-Järve JK Järve (2) 0–2 (2) Tallinna FC Flora U21
Narva United FC (4) 0–0 (a.e.t.)
(3–2) p
(3) Viimsi JK
27 September
Tallinna FC Levadia (1) 7–0 (3) Raasiku FC Joker
28 September
Tallinna FC Flora (1) 5–0 (4) Tõrva JK
5 October
Nõmme Kalju FC (1) 10–0 (5) Pärnu JK Poseidon

Fourth roundEdit

The draw for the fourth round was made on 21 September 2016.[5]

Home team Score[2] Away team
5 October
Tartu JK Tammeka (1) 5–1 (6) Rumori Calcio Tallinn
12 October
FC Kuressaare (3) 5–0 (6) Raplamaa JK Märjamaa
16 October
EMÜ SK (5) 0–5 (2) Viljandi JK Tulevik
18 October
Tallinna FC Infonet (1) 2–1 (1) Tallinna FC Levadia
19 October
Nõmme Kalju FC (1) 1–0 (1) Tallinna FC Flora
Tallinna FC Flora U21 (2) 1–3 (4) Narva United FC
Tallinna FC Infonet II (2) 1–4 (1) Paide Linnameeskond
15 November
FC Molycorp Silmet (RL) 0–11 (2) JK Tallinna Kalev

Quarter-finalsEdit

The draw was made on 28 February 2017.[6]

11 April 2017 Viljandi Tulevik (1)0–1 (a.e.t.)Tartu Tammeka (1)Viljandi
18:00 (UTC+3) Report Aasmäe   120' Stadium: Viljandi kunstmuruväljak
Attendance: 160
Referee: Miko Pupart
11 April 2017 Tallinna Kalev (2)0–3Paide Linnameeskond (1)Tallinn
19:00 (UTC+3) Report
Stadium: Kalevi Keskstaadion
Attendance: 88
Referee: Tomi Rahula
12 April 2017 Nõmme Kalju (1)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(3–5 p)
FCI Tallinn (1)Tallinn
18:00 (UTC+3)
Report
Stadium: Hiiu Stadium
Attendance: 206
Referee: Kristo Tohver
Penalties
12 April 2017 Narva United (4)3–1Kuressaare (2)Narva
19:00 (UTC+3)
Report
Stadium: Narva Fama staadion
Attendance: 85
Referee: Toomas Nõmmiste

Semi-finalsEdit

The draw was held on 13 April 2017.[7]

9 May 2017 Tartu Tammeka (1)0–0 (a.e.t.)
(4–2 p)
Paide Linnameeskond (1)Tartu
18:00 (UTC+3) Report Stadium: Tamme Stadium
Attendance: 306
Referee: Kristo Tohver
Penalties
10 May 2017 FCI Tallinn (1)2–0Narva United (4)Tallinn
18:00 (UTC+3)
Report Stadium: Lasnamäe kunstmurustaadion
Attendance: 170
Referee: Siim Rinken

FinalEdit

27 May 2017 FCI Tallinn (1)2–0Tartu Tammeka (1)Tallinn
16:00 (UTC+3)
Report Stadium: A. Le Coq Arena
Attendance: 1871
Referee: Mart Martin[8]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Karikavõistlustel loositi uue hooaja avaringi paarid" [Opening round pairs for the new Cup drawn] (in Estonian). Estonian Football Association. 21 May 2016.
  2. ^ a b c d "KV » MÄNGUD (2016/2017)". Estonian Football Association. Retrieved 21 May 2016.
  3. ^ "Tipneri karika 1/32-finaalide keskne paar on Trans vs. Kalju". Estonian Football Association. Retrieved 19 June 2016.
  4. ^ "VIDEO: Karikaloos viis kokku ka Premium liiga klubid" (in Estonian). Estonian Football Association. 12 August 2016. Retrieved 11 August 2016.
  5. ^ "Karikaloos viis potentsiaalselt kokku mitmed favoriidid". www.jalgpall.ee. Retrieved 21 September 2016.
  6. ^ "Evald Tipneri nimelises karikasarjas loositi surmapaar". soccernet.ee. Retrieved 28 February 2017.
  7. ^ "Karikavõistluste poolfinaalid". Estonian Football Association. Retrieved 13 April 2017.
  8. ^ http://refereesfifa.blogspot.fr/2017/05/estonia-2017-estonian-cup-final.html

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