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Finnish Cup 2009 (Finnish: Suomen Cup) is the 55th season of the main annual football (soccer) cup competition in Finland. It is organized as a single-elimination knock–out tournament.

Participation in the competition is voluntary. Veikkausliiga side IFK Mariehamn , for example, decided not to register for the tournament, as well as some Ykkönen teams.[1]

A total of 356 teams registered for the competition. They will enter in different rounds, depending on their position within the league system. Clubs with teams in Kolmonen (level IV) or an inferior league, as well as Veterans and Junior teams, will start the competition in Round 1. Teams from Ykkönen (level II) and Kakkonen (level III) will enter in Round 4. Veikkausliiga clubs will start in Round 5 with the exception of Inter Turku, FC Honka, FC Lahti and HJK Helsinki. These four teams will enter in Round 6 because they have qualified for European competitions after the 2008 season.

The tournament started on 28 March 2009 with the First Round and will conclude with the Final to be held on 31 October 2009 at Finnair Stadium, Helsinki.

Contents

Round 1

The draw for this round was conducted on 12 March 2008. 102 teams were drawn into 51 matches for this round. 213 teams received a bye into the next round. The matches were played between 28 March and 14 April 2009.[2]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Töölön Taisto 2–5 FC Viikingit Reserves
2 MPS 4 1–2 FC Degis
3 FC POHU Reserves 1–1 a.e.t. Kurvin Vauhti
POHU Reserves advance 4–1 on penalties
4 FC HeIF 2–4 Colo Colo
5 FC POHU 3 4–2 PH-99
6 FFR 0–7 MPS
7 Kiffen Veterans 3–1 AFC EMU
8 KPR 1–6 Zenith
9 Gnistan Juniors 0–4 HJK-Liiga Juniors
10 HerTo 1–2 PuiU
11 FC Brunnsparkens 5–0 HJK-j Juniors
12 PPV Reserves 0–1 HJK-j Reserves
13 Gnistan Reserves 3–4 a.e.t. PPV
14 RiRa Reserves 0–6 Pathoven
15 HooGee Reserves 3–1 Pelikaanit
16 Naseva 3–1 KoiPS Juniors
17 KP-75 0–9 City Stars
18 FC Kasiysi Reserves 0–5 TuPS
19 KyIF FCK 0–6 AC Vantaa
20 F.C.B. 0–3 FC Honka Juniors Reserves
21 Lahen Pojat 3–0 FC Tuusula
22 PoPo 2–1 a.e.t. LauTP
23 FC Repaleet Veterans 1–3 a.e.t. KTP Veterans
24 PEPO 1–2 Sudet
25 AFC Keltik 1–2 S.C. Zulimanit
26 Riverball Veterans 0–1 SC KuFu-98
Tie no Home team Score Away team
27 JuPS 0–2 SiPS
28 TuP-V 0–3 TPK Juniors
29 VG-62 1–2 JyTy
30 Nagu IF 1–1 a.e.t. PIF
PIF advance 5–4 on penalties
31 Ponteva 3–1 RaiTeePee
32 FC KyPS 2–8 ÅIFK Juniors
33 PiPS 2–3 KaaPS
34 KaaRe 0–3 FC RP
35 Paimion Haka 0–6 MaPS
36 ToVe 3–0 PiTU
37 PiPo-79 0–6 PATO
38 ViiPV 2–3 a.e.t. KaVo
39 Kristallpalatsi 1–1 a.e.t. LaVe
LaVe advance 3–2 on penalties
40 UrPS 1–2 a.e.t. NePa
41 VIlves 0–10 VaKP
42 TP-Seinäjoki 2–1 IK
43 NuPa 4–1 TeTe
44 Luja VPS-j
45 Kungliga Wasa 1–2 FC Kuffen
46 KuRy 2–1 Virkiä Reserves
47 FC Korsholm Reserves 0–2 SIK
48 KaIK/TePa 3–1 Jurva-70
49 Ura 7–2 MunU
50 Esse IK 0–6 IFK Jakobstad
51 FC Kurenpojat 1–2 OuRe

Round 2

The draw for this round was conducted on 12 March 2009. The 51 winners of the First Round, along with 213 teams who received a bye, were drawn into 132 matches for this round. The matches were played between 2–24 April 2009.[3]

Tie no Home team Score Away team
52 PPJ Reserves 1–6 KäPa Juniors
53 Lauttapallo 0–5 PPV
54 Kiffen Veterans 4–1 HPS Juniors
55 Cosmos AP 0–6 HPS
56 PK-35 Reserves 2–1 PuiU
57 FC POHU 3 1–0 Töölön Vesa Reserves
58 MPS Veterans 8–0 FC Pakila
59 MPS Reserves 4–1 Colo Colo
60 FC Kontu Reserves 1–3 FC Viikingit Reserves
61 Gnistan 4 1–4 Gnistan Ogeli 3
62 SAPA Reserves 0–6 MaKu
63 Arsenal 2–5 FC Degis
64 HJK-j Reserves 0–10 HJK-Liiga Juniors
65 FC East 3–2 AC StaSi Reserves
66 FC Brunnsparkens 2–0 HIFK Reserves
67 Zenith 1–2 LPS Reserves
68 FC Puotila 2–1 a.e.t. FC HePu
69 POHU Reserves 2–3 SAPA
70 AC StaSi 3–2 HeKuLa
71 HJK-j 0–6 MPS
72 FC ALPC 1–3 Saykus
73 HDS 2–1 SUMU
74 FC POHU 0–4 FC Kontu
75 Töölön Vesa 3–1 a.e.t. PPJ
76 FC POHU 4 0–8 Ponnistus
77 HooGee 1–3 Naseva
78 JoKi 0–6 EsPa
79 KoiPS 2–10 TuPS
80 MyMy 0–12 City Stars
81 SibboV Reserves 0–10 JäPS
82 FC Lohja 1–1 a.e.t. Lahen Pojat
Lahen Pojat advance 3–2 on penalties
83 JäPS Reserves 1–13 SalReipas
84 NouLa 0–1 NJS Reserves
85 VJS Juniors 3–2 FC Honka Juniors Reserves
86 HooGee Reserves 8–0 KarLU Reserves
87 RIlves 2–4 AC Vantaa
88 FCD 0–1 FC Reipas Juniors
89 IVU 1–3 MasKi
90 NuPS Reserves 0–1 VJS
91 Pathoven 1–3 BK-46
92 EIF Reserves 0–4 KOPSE
93 FC Honka Juniors 5–1 EBK
94 OPedot 2–1 a.e.t. NJS
95 Nopsa 2–5 FC Västnyland
96 GrIFK Reserves 1–3 FC Kasiysi
97 RiRa 0–2 Pöxyt
98 SibboV 4–1 KarLU
99 I-HK 6–2 FC Kasiysi Juniors
100 RT-88 0–7 Stars
101 TiPS 1–3 NuPS
102 FC PASA 3–2 STPS
103 WIFK Veterans 0–4 Sudet
104 KoPa 0–6 PoPo
105 PoPo Reserves 1–9 RiPa
106 STPS Reserves 1–2 HaPK
107 FC Villisiat 4–2 IPS
108 FC Loviisa 3–0 VKajo
109 OViesti 0–5 KTP Reserves
110 FC Kausala 1–2 Purha
111 Peltirumpu 4–1 Jäntevä
112 KTP Veterans 4–3 Lappee JK
113 HaTP 0–5 PaPe
114 SC Riverball 3–0 S.C. Zulimanit
115 SuPa 0–4 SaPa
116 JoPS Reserves 0–4 SC KuFu-98
117 Hurtat 2–3 KuKi
118 Yllätys 3–1 KJK
Tie no Home team Score Away team
119 MPR 6–1 La-Pa-95
120 HarTe 0–2 JoPS
121 SiPS 3–0 ToU
122 BET Reserves 0–7 K-Jazz
123 MuurY 2–3 BET
124 FC KaDy 11–0 Multiants
125 FC K-Jazz Reserves 1–6 KeuPa
126 PaRi 0–2 JPS
127 FCV Reserves 1–0 JIlves
128 Lieto Reserves 1–8 SoVo
129 KaaPS 0–7 MaPS
130 Ryhti 1–4 TuWe
131 FC RP 0–3 G.P.R. FC
132 AC Sauvo 1–3 JyTy
133 KaaPo Reserves 0–2 TPK Juniors
134 TPK 3 0–6 Vilpas
135 Ponteva 0–6 TPK
136 TC 0–6 ÅIFK Juniors
137 PIF 0–4 Lieto
138 SaTo 1–4 FC Boda
139 FC Rauma 7–0 Nasta
140 HNS 1–3 ToVe
141 PoSa 0–6 EuPa
142 ReKu 1–4 P-Iirot Reserves
143 LuVe 2–9 MuSa
144 VaKP Reserves 0–8 PATO
145 NoPS 4–3 ToiP-49
146 FC TaFu 0–9 VaKP
147 Pallopäät 6–0 TahVe
148 NePa 9–0 Loiske
149 ViiPV Reserves 0–1 LeTo
150 IKU 0–10 FC Tampere
151 ParVi 3–1 a.e.t. TKT Juniors
152 YPallo 3–1 FC Trompi
153 TPV Reserves 2–4 Oldschool
154 FJK Reserves 3–4 a.e.t. KaVo
155 PJK Reserves 2–0 I-Kissat
156 NoPy 0–1 FC Vapsi Juniors
157 FC Vapsi 3–2 AC Darra
158 FC Tribe 3–1 LaVe
159 FC Vapsi Veterans 0–4 TKT
160 TP-Seinäjoki 12–2 APV
161 KJV 0–12 VPS-j
162 FC Kuffen 0–1 VäVi
163 MIF 1–1 a.e.t. SIK
SIK advance 4–2 on penalties
164 NuPa 2–4 KaIK/TePa
165 Sisu 2–6 FC Korsholm
166 Black Islanders 0–4 LaPo-90
167 KuRy 0–7 Karhu
168 FC Sääripotku 1–5 KPS Juniors
169 Real Kokkola Veterans 10–0 LoVe
170 OuHu 1–6 IFK Jakobstad
171 Reima 1–6 Öja
172 Ura 0–12 KP-V
173 IK Myran 1–4 NIK
174 Pedersöre FF 5–0 FC Folk
175 FC Rai 6–2 OLS Juniors Reserves
176 OuRe 2–0 JS Hercules
177 OLS Juniors 1–4 Tervarit
178 RoPS Juniors 2–1 OuTa
179 FC Tarmo 0–3 Spartak
180 FC Rio Grande 1–4 AC Kajaani
181 FC Rai Reserves 1–4 Ajax
182 FC Lepakot 1–1 a.e.t. OuJK
OuJK advance 9–8 on penalties
183 FC Nets 2–5 PaTe

Round 3

The draw for this round was conducted on 16 April 2009. The 132 winners of the Second Round were drawn into 66 matches for this round. The matches were played between 25 April–3 May 2009.

Tie no Home team Score Away team
184 RiPa 1–1 a.e.t. SalReipas
RiPa advance 5–4 on penalties
185 AC StaSi 0–4 MPS
186 FC Villisiat 1–3 FC Viikingit Reserves
187 HDS 5–0 PaPe
188 FC POHU 3 5–1 KTP Reserves
189 LPS Reserves 4–1 FC Kontu
190 FC Brunnsparkens 0–4 EsPa
191 KOPSE 1–3 VJS
192 Gnistan Ogeli 3 2–4 FC PASA
193 Stars 0–3 OPedot
194 PK-35 Reserves 4–0 MaKu
195 Naseva 2–2 a.e.t. Sudet
Naseva advance 5–4 on penalties
196 MPS Reserves 1–4 a.e.t. BK-46
197 NuPS 5–0 VJS Juniors
198 KTP Veterans 4–3 KäPa Juniors
199 Purha 3–2 FC Kasiysi
200 HJK-Liiga Juniors 4–0 Ponnistus
201 SAPA 0–1 JäPS
202 MPS Veterans 1–0 Töölön Vesa
203 Saykus 1–1 a.e.t. NJS Reserves
Saykus advance 4–1 on penalties
204 FC East 0–10 City Stars
205 FC Västnyland 7–1 I-HK
206 Kiffen Veterans 0–5 Pöxyt
207 FC Puotila 1–3 MasKi
208 FC Degis 4–2 TuPS
209 PoPo 1–6 AC Vantaa
210 FC Reipas Juniors 0–1 PPV
211 Lahen Pojat 0–2 HPS
212 FC Loviisa 1–6 FC Honka Juniors
213 HooGee Reserves 2–2 a.e.t. HaPK
HooGee Reserves advance 8–7 on penalties
214 SibboV 7–0 Peltirumpu
215 KuKi 3–4 JoPS
Tie no Home team Score Away team
216 Yllätys 4–5 BET
217 KeuPa 2–1 SiPS
218 FCV Reserves 0–4 JPS
219 FC KaDy 0–7 K-Jazz
220 MPR 2–3 SC KuFu-98
221 SaPa 0–4 FC Riverball
222 TuWe 1–2 TPK Juniors
223 EuPa 1–2 ToVe
224 TPK 3–1 AIFK Juniors
225 G.P.R. FC 2–1 Vilpas
226 MuSa 1–2 FC Boda
227 SoVo 4–3 a.e.t. P-Iirot Reserves
228 MaPS 6–2 Lieto
229 JyTy 1–0 FC Rauma
230 Oldschool 0–4 VaKP
231 YPallo 4–3 FC Vapsi Juniors
232 FC Vapsi 0–3 NoPS
233 FC Tampere 3–0 Pallopäät
234 LeTo 1–3 NePa
235 PJK Reserves 6–1 FC Tribe
236 ParVi 0–2 KaVo
237 PATO 2–2 a.e.t. TKT
PATO advance 5–3 on penalties
238 VäVi 2–3 FC Korsholm
239 SIK 0–4 Karhu
240 LaPo-90 1–2 a.e.t. VPS-j
241 KaIK/TePa 2–0 TP-Seinäjoki
242 IFK Jakobstad 4–1 OuJK
243 RoPS Juniors 1–2 KP-V
244 Pedersöre FF 7–1 FC Rai
245 OuRe 1–2 a.e.t. PaTe
246 AC Kajaani 4–0 Öja
247 Ajax 0–3 Tervarit
248 Spartak 2–1 NIK
249 Real Kokkola Veterans 2–1 KPS Juniors

Round 4

This round includes the 66 winners from the previous round and the 28 clubs from the Ykkönen 2009 and Kakkonen 2009 seasons that entered into the competition. These clubs were drawn into 47 matches that took place between 5 and 26 May 2009.

Tie no Home team Score Away team
250 Naseva 3–0 HooGee Reserves
251 FC Degis 2–3 GrIFK
252 FC Viikingit Reserves 4–3 NuPS
253 MPS Veterans 0–5 Pöxyt
254 PK-35 Reserves 2–3 LoPa
255 KTP Veterans 3–3 Purha
KTP Veterans advance 6–5 on penalties
256 FC POHU 3 1–3 AC Vantaa
257 HJK-Liiga Juniors 1–4 PK-35 Vantaa
258 PPV 0–3 KooTeePee
259 RiPa 0–3 FC Futura
260 SibboV 1–2 a.e.t. Pallohonka
261 EsPa 0–1 Gnistan
262 JäPS 0–2 FC Espoo
263 FC Västnyland 2–3 FC Honka Juniors
264 BK-46 5–3 HIFK
265 VJS 1–3 KTP
266 MasKi 4–3 a.e.t. FC PASA
267 Saykus 1–3 City Stars
268 HDS 3–2 a.e.t. HPS
269 MPS 3–2 K-Jazz
270 OPedot 0–4 FC Viikingit
271 LPS Reserves 1–2 EIF
272 SC KuFu-98 0–3 FC Riverball
273 KeuPa 1–7 JIPPO
274 JoPS 1–2 BET
Tie no Home team Score Away team
275 JPS 0–2 PK-37
276 YPallo 0–9 TPV
277 MaPS 3–0 NoPS
278 FC Boda 1–2 Pirkkala JK
279 FC Tampere 4–1 TPK
280 SoVo 0–1 a.e.t. FC Jazz-j
281 PATO 2–5 a.e.t. FC PoPa
282 PJK Reserves 0–4 TPK Juniors
283 NePa 2–4 PP-70
284 KaVo 2–2 a.e.t. JyTy
KaVo advance 4–2 on penalties
285 VaKP 1–2 Ilves
286 G.P.R. FC 2–2 a.e.t. ToVe
ToVe advance 6–3 on penalties
287 AC Kajaani 0–2 FC YPA
288 KP-V 2–7 FC Santa Claus
289 Real Kokkola Veterans 3–2 Norrvalla FF
290 VPS-j 2–1 FC Korsholm
291 PaTe 2–4 Tervarit
292 Pedersöre FF 1–3 GBK
293 IFK Jakobstad 2–3 JBK
294 Spartak 3–3 a.e.t. Lapuan Virkiä
Spartak advance 6–5 on penalties
295 KaIK/TePa 1–1 a.e.t. PS Kemi
KaIK/TePa advance 4–3 on penalties
296 Karhu 2–1 FC OuPa

Round 5

This round includes the 47 winners of the previous round and the 9 Veikkausliiga 2009 clubs that entered this competition who are not involved in European competitions for the 2009-10 cycle. This includes all the clubs in the league competition except for Inter Turku, FC Honka, FC Lahti and HJK Helsinki, who will be entering the competition in the round following this one, and IFK Mariehamn who decided not to participate in this competition. These 28 matches were played between 1 and 12 June 2009.

Tie no Home team Score Away team
297 FC Honka Juniors 2–3 KuPS
298 Naseva 0–9 MyPa
299 KTP Veterans 0–8 JJK Jyväskylä
300 BK-46 0–2 FC Viikingit
301 FC Riverball 1–3 PK-35 Vantaa
302 BET 0–7 Gnistan
303 MPS 1–3 a.e.t. JIPPO
304 HDS 0–4 KooTeePee
305 FC Viikingit Reserves 1–2 FC Espoo
306 MasKi 0–5 Pallohonka
307 AC Vantaa 2–2 a.e.t. EIF
AC Vantaa advance 4–3 on penalties
308 Pöxyt 4–0 GrIFK
309 City Stars 2–0 KTP
310 FC Futura 2–0 LoPa
Tie no Home team Score Away team
311 MaPS 1–6 TPS
312 TPK Juniors 1–10 Tampere United
313 FC Tampere 0–7 FC Haka
314 ToVe 0–6 Pirkkala JK
315 KaVo 1–4 FC PoPa
316 Ilves 1–5 TPV
317 PP-70 3–3 a.e.t. FC Jazz-j
FC Jazz-j advance 6–3 on penalties
318 KaIK/TePa 0–5 VPS
319 VPS-j 0–4 RoPS
320 Tervarit 0–5 FF Jaro
321 Karhu 0–8 JBK
322 Spartak 2–1 a.e.t. FC YPA
323 Real Kokkola Veterans 2–1 FC Santa Claus
324 PK-37 0–4 GBK

Round 6

This round includes the 28 winners from the previous round and the 4 Veikkausliiga 2009 clubs involved in European competition in the 2009-10 cycle: Inter Turku, FC Honka, FC Lahti and HJK Helsinki. These matches will be played on 8 and 9 July 2009 except for the match between FC Viikingit and FC Lahti, which will take place on August 12 due to Lahti's involvement in Europa League.

Tie no Home team Score Away team
325 FC Espoo 0-1 HJK Helsinki
326 Inter Turku 2–0 RoPS
327 Real Kokkola Veterans 2–6 Pallohonka
328 TPV 3–1 JIPPO
329 FC Futura 1–4 VPS
330 MyPa 1–3 KuPS
331 Gnistan 5–0 JBK
332 FC PoPa 3–1 PK-35 Vantaa
Tie no Home team Score Away team
333 Tampere United 2–0 FF Jaro
334 City Stars 3–1 Pirkkala JK
335 AC Vantaa 2–3 JJK Jyväskylä
336 Spartak 0–5 FC Haka
337 GBK 0–1 FC Jazz-j
338 Pöxyt 0–2 TPS
339 KooTeePee 0–2 FC Honka
340 FC Viikingit 1–2 a.e.t. FC Lahti

Round 7

This round includes the 16 winners of the previous round. These matches will be played on 29 and 30 August 2009.

Tie no Home team Score Away team
341 FC Haka 2-1 JJK Jyväskylä
342 TPS 2–6 (aet) FC Honka
343 TPV 2–3 (aet) Tampere United
344 Inter Turku 1–0 FC PoPa
Tie no Home team Score Away team
345 KuPS 1–0 HJK Helsinki
346 VPS 0-2 FC Jazz-j
347 Gnistan 1–2 FC Lahti
348 City Stars 2–0 Pallohonka

Quarterfinals

This round includes the eight winners from the previous round.

30 September 2009
18:30 EEST
City Stars 0 - 3 FC Honka Lahden Stadion, Lahti
J. Puustinen Goal 68', Goal 89', Goal 90'

1 October 2009
18:30 EEST
KuPS 0 - 2 Inter Turku Magnum Areena, Kuopio
J. Kauko Goal 3'
K. Nwanganga Goal 23'

1 October 2009
18:30 EEST
FC Lahti 4 - 0 FC Jazz-j Lahden Stadion, Lahti
D. Shala Goal 13'
K. Hietanen Goal 67'
Rafael Goal 78'
K. Rantanen Goal 86'

1 October 2009
18:30 EEST
FC Haka 1 - 3 Tampere United Tehtaan kenttä, Valkeakoski
V. Minkenen Goal 81' J. Hjelm Goal 26'
Rafinha Goal 34', Goal 37'

Semifinals

This round includes the four Quarterfinal winners.

25 October 2009
17:00 EEST
Tampere United 1 - 1 (aet) FC Honka Ratina Stadion, Tampere
J. Niemi Goal 94' (pen) J. Puustinen Goal 119'
    Penalties  
4 – 3  

25 October 2009
18:30 EEST
FC Lahti 3 - 4 Inter Turku Lahden Stadion, Lahti
P. Rafael Goal 11', Goal 55'
J. Kemppinen Goal 67'
M. Ojala Goal 15' (pen), Goal 53', Goal 86'
Kennedy Goal 45'

Final

The two Semifinal winners will participate in this match.

31 October 2009
15.30 EEST
Tampere United 1 - 2 Inter Turku Finnair Stadium, Helsinki
J. Hjelm Goal 11' K. Nwanganga Goal 45', T. Furuholm Goal 77'

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