2002 Finnish Cup

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2002 Suomen Cup
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The 2002 Finnish Cup (Finnish : Suomen Cup) was the 48th season of the main annual association football cup competition in Finland. It was organised as a single-elimination knock–out tournament and participation in the competition was voluntary. A total of 294 teams registered for the competition. The final was held at the Finnair Stadium, Helsinki on 9 November 2002 with FC Haka defeating FC Lahti by 4-1 before an attendance of 2,984 spectators. [1]

Contents

Teams

RoundClubs
remaining
Clubs
involved
Winners from
previous round
New entries
this round
Leagues entering at this round
Round 1 29478none78 Kolmonen (Tier 4)
Nelonen (Tier 5)
Vitonen (Tier 6)
Kutonen (Tier 7)
Seiska (Tier 8)
Others (including Veterans and Youth)
Round 2 25519639157see above
Round 3 1579898nonenone
Round 4 108964947 Kakkonen (Tier 3)
Ykkönen (Tier 2)
Round 5 6056488 Veikkausliiga (Tier 1) - 8 teams
Round 6 3232284 Veikkausliiga (Tier 1) - 4 teams
Round 7 161616nonenone
Quarter-finals 888nonenone
Semi-finals 444nonenone
Final 222nonenone

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Round 1

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Round 2

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Round 3

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Round 4

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Round 5

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Round 6

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Round 7

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Quarter-finals

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Semi-finals

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Final

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References

  1. "Suomen Cupin finaalit 1955-2009". suomencup.fi. Retrieved 28 February 2002.
  2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Jalkapallokirja 2003 - Suomen Palloliiton Julkaisu 68: Vuosikerta. Helsinki: Liiton Toimisto. 2003. pp. 355–357. ISSN   0787-7188.