2019–20 Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup

The 2019–20 Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup was the 24th edition of Bosnia and Herzegovina's annual football cup, and the nineteenth season of the unified competition.

2019–20 Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup
24th Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup
Country Bosnia and Herzegovina
Teams32
Defending championsSarajevo
ChampionsNot awarded
Runners-upNot awarded
Matches played28
Goals scored92 (3.29 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Ivan Lendrić
Asim Zec
(3 goals)
All statistics correct as of 4 March 2020.

Sarajevo were the defending champions, but they got eliminated by Široki Brijeg in the second round.[1] The cup was abandoned on 1 June 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina and was not finished.[2]

Participating teamsEdit

The following teams took part in the 2019–20 Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Cup.

2019–20 Premier League
(12 teams)
2019–20 FBiH Cup (II)
(11 teams)
2019–20 Republika Srpska (II)
(7 teams)
Football Association of Republika Srpska
(2 teams)

Roman number in brackets denote the level of respective league in Bosnian football league system

  1. ^ FK Sloga Doboj withdrawn from the competition prior to First round draw.

CalendarEdit

Round Date(s)
1st Round 12 September 2019 (draw)
18 September 2019
2nd Round 22 September 2019 (draw)
2 October 2019
Quarter final 17 February 2020 (draw)
4 March 2020
Semi final Not finished
Final Not finished

BracketEdit

  Quarter-finals Semi-Finals Final
                             
Rudar Kakanj 0  
GOŠK Gabela 3  
   
   
Zrinjski Mostar 2
  Tuzla City 1  
   
 
  Široki Brijeg (p) 1 (5)  
Olimpik 1 (4)  
   
Borac Banja Luka 0
  Željezničar 2  

First roundEdit

Played on 18 September 2019

Home team Away team Result
Krupa (II) Tuzla City (I) 0–0 (6–7 p)
Bratstvo Gračanica (II) Velež Mostar (I) 2–3
Kozara Gradiška (II) Sloboda Tuzla (I) 1–1 (3-5 p)
GOŠK Gabela (II) Radnik Bijeljina (I) 1–1 (4-2 p)
Ljubuški (II) Sarajevo (I) 2–4
Tekstilac (II) Željezničar (I) 0–3
Orašje (II) Borac Banja Luka (I) 0–4
Rudar Kakanj (II) Čelik Zenica (I) 3–0
Alfa Modriča (II) Zvijezda (I) 0–3
Jedinstvo Bihać (II) Mladost Doboj Kakanj (I) 1–2
Budućnost Banovići (II) Široki Brijeg (I) 1–1 (1-4 p)
Zvijezda Gradačac (II) Zrinjski Mostar (I) 0–4
Rudar Prijedor (II) Slavija Istočno Sarajevo (II) 4–1
Olimpik (II) Radnik Hadžići (II) 2–1
Ljubić Prnjavor (III) Travnik (II) 1–1 (4-3 p)
Skugrić 1964 (III) TOŠK Tešanj (II) 0–10

Second roundEdit

Played on 2 October 2019

Home team Away team Result
Zrinjski Mostar (I) Sloboda Tuzla (I) 2–0
Olimpik (II) TOŠK Tešanj (II) 3–0
Ljubić Prnjavor (III) GOŠK Gabela (II) 0–2
Zvijezda (I) Borac Banja Luka (I) 0–6
Tuzla City (I) Velež Mostar (I) 1–0
Rudar Prijedor (II) Rudar Kakanj (II) 0–0 (4–5 p)
Željezničar (I) Mladost Doboj Kakanj (I) 6–1
Široki Brijeg (I) Sarajevo (I) 3–2

Quarter-finalsEdit

Played on 4 March 2020

Home team Away team Result
Rudar Kakanj (II) GOŠK Gabela (II) 0–3
Zrinjski Mostar (I) Tuzla City (I) 2–1
Široki Brijeg (I) Olimpik (II) 1–1 (a.e.t.) (5–4 p)
Borac Banja Luka (I) Željezničar (I) 0–2

Semi-finalsEdit

Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina.[2]

FinalEdit

Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ E.B. (2 October 2019). "Dva preokreta, tučnjava, prekid i pet pogodaka: Široki Brijeg izbacio Sarajevo iz Kupa BiH" (in Bosnian). Klix.ba. Retrieved 2 October 2019.
  2. ^ a b c F.Z. (1 June 2020). "Zvanično! Sarajevo prvak BiH drugu godinu zaredom, Čelik i Zvijezda ispadaju" (in Bosnian). Klix.ba. Retrieved 1 June 2020.

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