2020 Lithuanian Football Cup

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2020 Lithuanian Football Cup
Hegelmann LFF Taurė
Country Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania
Dates16 June – 24 October
Teams33
Champions FK Panevėžys (1st title)
Matches played32
Goals scored118 (3.69 per match)
2019
2021

2020 Lithuanian Football Cup - 32nd edition of the Independent Lithuania Football Cup. The official name of this year's competition for sponsorship reasons is Hegelmann LFF Cup .

Contents

This year's tournament was scheduled to start in April 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was postponed to mid-June.

A total of 33 A Lyga, LFF I Lyga and II Lyga teams are participating. The reserve teams do not participate in the cup competition. The A Lyga teams will join the tournament from the 1/8 final stage. [1] With a view to shorten the competition the teams of lower divisions were not invited this year.

Match and draw calendar

StageDrawMatchesTeamsParticipants
Preliminary Round I3 June [2] 16-21 June2517 teams from II Lyga, 8 randomly drawn teams from LFF I lyga
Preliminary Round II22 June24-30 June169 winners of Round I, 7 randomly drawn teams advanced without play
1/8 final2 July7-8 and 14-15 July168 winners of Round II, 6 teams from A lyga, 2 randomly drawn teams from LFF I lyga advanced without play
1/4 final17 July11 August and 11-12 September
1/2 final15 September17 October [3] and 20 October [4]
Final24 October [5]

Participants

A total of 33 participants consisted of 6 A Lyga, 10 LFF I Lyga and 17 II Lyga teams.

Results

Preliminary Round I

The league that the team represents is indicated in brackets.
Note: FK Aukštaitija changed the club's name to FK Ekranas.
Team 1 Score Team 2
BFA (I)1–0 FK Nevėžis Kėdainiai (I)
FK TERA Vilnius (II)2–4 FK Atmosfera (2012) (I)
FK Tauras Tauragė (II)4–0 FK Rosa Klaipėda (II)
FK Juventa-99 Šiauliai (II)2–2 (2–4 p) FK Vidzgiris Alytus (II)
FK Šilas Kazlų Rūda (II)5–1 FK Neptūnas Klaipėda (II)
FK Šilutė (II)1–3 FC Džiugas Telšiai (I)
FK Ekranas (2020) Panevėžys (II)1–1 (3–4 p) DFK Dainava (I)
FK Utenis (II)1–1 (4–2 p) FK Atlantas Klaipėda (II)
FM Ateitis Vilnius (II)0–4 FK Minija (2017) (I)

Randomly drawn teams that advanced to Round II: [5]

FK Viltis Vilnius (II)
Vilniaus Vytis (I)
FK Babrungas Plungė (II)
FK Jonava (I)
SANED Joniškis (II)
FK Sveikata Kybartai (II)
ŠŠPC Radviliškis (II)

Randomly drawn I Lyga teams that advanced to 1/8 final:

FC Hegelmann Litauen
FA Šiauliai

Round II

The Round II draw took place on 22 June 2020 [6]

Team 1 Score Team 2
FK Viltis Vilnius (II)11–0 SANED Joniškis (II)
DFK Dainava (I)3–0 FK Atmosfera (2012) (I)
FK Vidzgiris Alytus (II)2–6 FK Minija (2017) (I)
FK Šilas Kazlų Rūda (II)2–3 BFA (I)
FK Utenis (II)0–2 FK Sveikata Kybartai (II)
ŠŠPC Radviliškis (II)1–5 FK Jonava (I)
FK Babrungas Plungė (II)2–1 FK Tauras Tauragė (II)
Vilniaus Vytis (I)1–0 FC Džiugas Telšiai (I)

1/8 Final

The 1/8 Final draw took place on 2 July 2020 [7]

Team 1 Score Team 2
BFA (I)1–2 DFK Dainava (I)
FK Sveikata Kybartai (II)0–4 FK Kauno Žalgiris (A)
FK Viltis Vilnius (II)0–4 Vilniaus Vytis (I)
FA Šiauliai (I)0–2 FK Žalgiris (A)
FK Jonava (I)0–3 FK Panevėžys (A)
FK Minija (2017) (I)0–3 FK Sūduva (A)
FK Riteriai (A)2–0 FK Banga Gargždai (A)
FK Babrungas Plungė (II)1–4 FC Hegelmann Litauen (I)

1/4 Final

The 1/4 Final draw took place on 17 July 2020 [8]

Team 1 Score Team 2
FC Hegelmann Litauen (I)0–3 FK Panevėžys (A)
Vilniaus Vytis (I)0–3 FK Sūduva (A)
DFK Dainava (I)0–2 FK Riteriai (A)
FK Žalgiris (A)2–1 FK Kauno Žalgiris (A)

1/2 Final

Team 1 Score Team 2
FK Panevėžys (A)4–0 FK Riteriai (A)
FK Žalgiris (A)1–2 FK Sūduva (A)

Final

The final will be broadcast on TV3 channel for the first time. [9]




See also

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