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Svenska Cupen 2009 was the 54th season of the main Swedish football Cup. AIK beat IFK Göteborg in the final 2-0 to lift the cup, thereby completing a league and cup double for the 2009 season. The competition started on 14 March 2009 and concluded with the final on November 7 2009.

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Preliminary round

50 teams from the third level or lower of the Swedish league pyramid competed in this round.

Team #1  Score  Team #2
14 March 2009
IF Lödde 0–3 Kristianstads FF
Slottsskogen/Godhem IF 0–5 IK Gauthiod
21 March 2009
Ljungby IF 1–2 Husqvarna FF
Hammarby TFF 5–1 Vallentuna BK
Enskede IK 1–0 Linköpings FF
Mjölby AI FF 2–4 Vetlanda FF
Växjö Norra IF 0–4 IFK Hässleholm
22 March 2009
Gröndals IK 3–1 Heby AIF
IFK Fjärås 1–2 Gunnilse IS
FC Widerlöv Uppsala 1–4 Kvarnsvedens IK
IK Östria Lambohov 0–2 Nyköpings BIS
Reymersholms IK 0–5 Arameiska-Syrianska KIF
Dalkurd FF 4–2 Västerås SK
Sjöbo IF 0–3 IFK Malmö
Höganäs BK 0–2 IFK Klagshamn
Åsebro IF 2–5 Karlstad BK
Tidaholms GoIF 2–6 IK Oddevold
Asarums IF FK 0–6 IFK Berga
Hudiksvalls ABK 3–4 Sandvikens IF
Handelskamraternas IS 2–0 Dalhem IF
Rydaholms GoIF 0–3 IS Halmia
KF Velebit 1–0 Kinna IF
Domsjö IF 1–4 IFK Timrå
Skrea IF 0–4 Lunds BK
Sollentuna United FF 1–0 Valsta Syrianska IK

Round 1

Twelve lower league teams, three teams which earned promotion to Superettan 2009 and the bottom eight teams from Superettan 2008 entered in this round. They were joined by 25 premilinary round winners.

Team #1  Score  Team #2
25 March 2009
Nyköpings BIS 3–3 aet, 4–5 (p) Syrianska FC
28 March 2009
IFK Malmö 0–3 Kristianstads FF
Norrby IF 2–1 Husqvarna FF
Alviks IK 1–4 Ersboda SK
Lunds BK 0–1 Landskrona BoIS
Skövde AIK 3–1 Degerfors IF
29 March 2009
KB Karlskoga 0–2 BK Forward
Markaryd IF 0–2 IS Halmia
Hammarby TFF 3–1 Vasalund IF
IFK Berga 2–7 IFK Hässleholm
IFK Klagshamn 0–2 IF Limhamn Bunkeflo
IK Oddevold 1–3 Lindome GIF
IFK Timrå 0–5 Östersunds FK
IFK Umeå 1–4 IFK Luleå
KF Velebit 0–4 Gunnilse IS
Karlstad BK 2–7 FC Trollhättan
Sollentuna United FF 0–2 Väsby United
IK Gauthiod 0–4 Qviding FIF
30 March 2009
Enskede IK 1–0 Arameiska-Syrianska KIF
2 April 2009
Vetlanda FF 0–2 Jönköpings Södra IF
Handelskamraternas IS 0–3 Gröndals IK
3 April 2009
Dalkurd FF 1–2 IK Sirius
4 April 2009
Kvarnsvedens IK 0–2 Sandvikens IF
IFK Ölme 4–1 Karlslunds IF

Round 2

Three demoted teams from Allsvenskan 2008 and five teams ranked 4th through 8th in Superettan 2008 entered in this round, where they were joined by 24 winners from Round 1.

Team #1  Score  Team #2
8 April 2009
Gröndals IK 3–4 aet IK Sirius
Sandvikens IF 0–2 Syrianska FC
IFK Ölme 1–2 Assyriska FF
IS Halmia 1–4 Kristianstads FF
Ängelholms FF 1–3 aet Ljungskile SK
Gunnilse IS 2–0 Jönköpings Södra IF
IF Limhamn Bunkeflo 1–3 Mjällby AIF
IFK Luleå 1–5 aet GIF Sundsvall
FC Trollhättan 2–3 Qviding FIF
Norrby IF 0–3 Åtvidabergs FF
Ersboda SK 3–1 Östersunds FK
Enskede IK 1–2 IFK Norrköping
IFK Hässleholm 2–2 aet, 3–2 (p) Falkenbergs FF
Lindome GIF 0–1 Landskrona BoIS
Hammarby TFF 0–3 Väsby United
9 April 2009
BK Forward 0–3 Skövde AIK

Round 3

Sixteen teams from Allsvenskan 2009 will enter in this round. They will be joined by the 16 winners of Round 2.

Team #1  Score  Team #2
25 April 2009
Kristianstads FF 1–4 Örebro SK
Ljungskile SK 1–2 aet IF Elfsborg
Ersboda SK 1–8 IFK Göteborg
Åtvidabergs FF 2–3 aet Hammarby IF
Syrianska FC 5–1 aet Trelleborgs FF
26 April 2009
Qviding FIF 1–3 Gefle IF
Assyriska FF 2–4 BK Häcken
GIF Sundsvall 1–0 Kalmar FF
Väsby United 0–2 Helsingborg IF
IFK Hässleholm 0–2 Djurgårdens IF
Skövde AIK 0–2 Halmstads BK
Landskrona BoIS 4–2 GAIS
Mjällby AIF 1–0 Malmö FF
IK Sirius 2–0 aet IF Brommapojkarna
Gunnilse IS 2–0 Örgryte IS
IFK Norrköping 1–2 AIK

Round 4

The sixteen winning teams from round 3.

Team #1  Score  Team #2
13 May 2009
Örebro SK 3–0 Halmstads BK
Syrianska FC 2–1 IF Elfsborg
Landskrona BoIS 1–4 IFK Göteborg
Mjällby AIF 4–2 Hammarby IF
Gefle IF 1–0 Djurgårdens IF
GIF Sundsvall 3–5 BK Häcken
IK Sirius 0–1 AIK
14 May 2009
Gunnilse IS 0–7 Helsingborgs IF

Quarter-finals

28 June 2009
17:00
Syrianska FC 1 – 3 (a.e.t.) Helsingborgs IF Södertälje Fotbollsarena, Södertälje
Attendance: 1 050
Referee: Jonas Eriksson
I. Zatara Goal 80' E. Sundin Goal 62', Goal 120'
Makondele Goal 93'

8 July 2009
19:00
Mjällby AIF 1 – 2 AIK Strandvallen, Hällevik
Attendance: 6 661
Referee: Håkan Jonasson
E. Fejzullahu Goal 9' I. Óbolo Goal 39'
Kayongo-Mutumba Goal 50'

8 July 2009
19:00
BK Häcken 1 – 0 Örebro SK Rambergsvallen, Göteborg
Attendance: 1 031
Referee: Martin Olsson
Paulinho Goal 60'

9 July 2009
19:00
IFK Göteborg 3 – 1 Gefle IF Gamla Ullevi, Göteborg
Attendance: 3 853
Referee: Magnus Ahlsén
T. Hysén Goal 21', Goal 33'
N. Bärkroth Goal 89'
A. Jawo Goal 77'

Semi-finals

6 September 2009
15:00
AIK 3 – 2 (a.e.t.) BK Häcken Råsunda, Solna
Attendance: 8 117
Referee: Martin Ingvarsson
I. Obolo Goal 21'
N-E. Johansson Goal 118'
M. Jonsson Goal 120'
Vinicius Goal 89', Goal 95'

16 September 2009
19:00
Helsingborgs IF 1 – 3 IFK Göteborg Olympia, Helsingborg
Attendance: 4 851
Referee: Stefan Johannesson
E. Sundin Goal 41' S. Eriksson Goal 17'
T. Hysen Goal 75'
T. Bjarnason Goal 84'

Final

7 November 2009
16:00
AIK 2–0 IFK Göteborg Råsunda, Solna
Attendance: 24,365
Iván Obolo Goal 72'
Antônio Flávio Goal 90'
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