Summary of Domestic Cup Competitions in Europe (UEFA) 2001/02


NB: teams in bold face qualified for the UEFA Cup 2002/03.



Albania [Final: Jun 1]
Final:         SK Tirana 1-0 Dinamo Tiranë (champions)

Andorra [Final: Jun 1]
Final:         FC Lusitanos 2-0 Construccions Modernes
NB: cup winners do not enter UEFA Cup

Armenia [Final: May 27]
Final:         Pyunik Yerevan (champions) 2-0 Zvartnots Yerevan

Austria [Final: May 12]
Final:         Grazer AK 3-2 SK Sturm Graz (ch.l.)  
NB: Grazer AK entered Champions League qualifying due to forced relegation
    of champions FC Tirol

Azerbaijan [Final: May 28]
Final:         Neftci Baki abd FK Samkir (walked off)
NB: no Azeri representatives will be admitted to European club competitions
    in 2002/03 due to the disagreement between the Azeri FA and most of the
    clubs (cf. the league competition file).

Belarus [Final: May 26]
Final:         FK Homel 2-0 BATE Barysau

Belgium [Final: May 9]
Final:         Club Brugge KV (ch.l.) 3-1 Excelsior Mouscron 

Bosnia-Hercegovina [Final: May 29]
Final:         Sarajevo 2-1 Zeleznicar Sarajevo (champions) 

Bulgaria [Final: May 15]
Final:         Levski Sofia (champions) 3-1 CSKA Sofia

Croatia [Final: Apr 24 and May 1]
Final:         Dinamo Zagreb 1-1 1-0 Varteks Varazdin

Cyprus [Final: May 11]
Final:         Anorthosis Famagusta 1-0 Ethnikos Achnas

Czech Republic [Final: May 13]
Final:         Slavia Praha 2-1 Sparta Praha (ch.l.) 

Denmark [Final: May 9]
Final:         OB 2-1 FC K°benhavn  

England [Final: May 6]
Final:         Arsenal (champions) 2-0 Chelsea
League Cup [Final: Feb 24]
Final:         Blackburn Rovers 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur

Estonia [Final: May 31]
Final:         Levadia Tallinn 2-0 Levadia Maardu

Faroe Islands (2001) [Final: Jul 29]
Final:         B36 (Tˇrhavn) 1-0 K═ (KlaksvÝk)

Finland (2001) [Final: Nov 12]
Final:         Atlantis Helsinki 1-0 United Tampere
NB: Atlantis Helsinki have been renamed and relocated as Allianssi Vantaa;
    as such UEFA do not admit them as Atlantis' successors to the UEFA Cup
    2002/03; the UEFA Cup place goes to highest team in league standings not 
    otherwise qualified 

France [Final: May 11]
Final:         FC Lorient 1-0 SC Bastia 
League Cup [Final: May 5]
Final:         FC Girondins Bordeaux 3-0 FC Lorient

Georgia [Final: May 26]
Final:         Lokomotivi Tbilisi 2-0 Torpedo Kutaisi (champions) 

Germany [Final: May 11]
Final:         FC Schalke 04 4-2 Bayer Leverkusen (ch.l.)

Greece [Final: Apr 27]
Final:         AEK (ch.l.) 2-1 Olympiakos (champions)
NB: UEFA Cup place goes to highest team in league standings not otherwise qualified

Hungary [Final: May 1]
Final:         ┌jpesti TE 2-1 Haladßs VFC

Iceland (2001) [Final: Sep 29]
Final:         Fylkir 2-2 KA [aet, 5-4 pen]
League Cup (2001)
Final:         KR 0-0 FH [aet, 5-3 pen]

Ireland [Final: Apr 7]
Final:         Dundalk 1-0 Bohemians 
League Cup
Final:         Limerick FC 2-1 0-1 Derry City [aet, 3-2 pen]

Israel [Final: May 21]
Final:         Maccabi Tel-Aviv 0-0 Maccabi Haifa (champions) [aet, 5-4 pen]

Italy [Final: Apr 25 and May 10]
Final:         Juventus (champions) 2-1 0-1 Parma  

Latvia 
NB: due to the change from a fall-spring to spring-fall cup season, no
    Latvian cup winners will enter the UEFA Cup 2002/03; the UEFA Cup place
    goes to highest team in league standings not otherwise qualified 

Liechtenstein [Final: May 12]
Final:         FC Vaduz 6-1 USV Eschen/Mauren

Lithuania [Final: May 18]
Final:         FBK Kaunas (champions) 3-1 Suduva Marijampole

Luxembourg [Final: May 24]
Final:         Avenir Beggen 1-0 F'91 Dudelange (champions)  

Macedonia [Final: May 23]
Final:         Pobeda Prilep 3-1 Cementarnica 55 Skopje

Malta [Final: May 23]
Final:         Birkirkara 1-0 Sliema Wanderers

Moldova [Final: May 22]
Final:         Serif (Tiraspol, champions) 3-2 Nistru (Otaci) [aet]

Netherlands [Final: May 12]
Final:         Ajax (champions) 3-2 FC Utrecht [aet]

Northern Ireland[Final: May 11]
Final:         Linfield 2-1 Portadown (champions)
League Cup [Final: Nov 27]
Final:         Linfield 3-1 Glentoran

Norway (2001) [Final: Nov 4]
Final:         Viking FK 3-0 Bryne IL

Poland [Final: May 7 and 10]
Final:         Amica Wronki 2-4 0-4 Wisla Krakˇw
League Cup [Final: May 22 and 26]
Final:         Legia Warszawa 3-0 1-2 Wisla Krakˇw

Portugal [Final: May 12]
Final:         Sporting (champions) 1-0 Leix§es 

Romania [Final: Jun 5]
Final:         UFC Rapid Bucuresti 2-1 FC Dinamo Bucuresti (champions)

Russia [Final: May 12]
Final:         CSKA Moskva 2-0 Zenit Sankt-Peterburg  

San Marino [Final: Jun 24]
Final:         Domagnano (champions) 6-1 Cailungo
NB: cup winners do not enter UEFA Cup

Scotland [Final: May 4]
Final:         Rangers 3-2 Celtic (champions) 
League Cup [Final: Mar 17]
Final:         Rangers 4-0 Ayr United

Slovakia [Final: May 8]
Final:         Koba Senec 1-1 Matador P˙chov [aet, 4-2 pen]

Slovenia [Final: May 1 and 8]
Final:         HIT Nova Gorica 4-0 2-1 Aluminij Kidricevo

Spain [Final: Mar 6]
Final:         Deportivo Coru˝a (ch.l.) 2-1 Real Madrid (ch.l.)
NB: UEFA Cup place goes to highest team in league standings not otherwise qualified

Sweden
NB: due to the change from a fall-spring to spring-fall cup season, no
    Swedish cup winners will enter the UEFA Cup 2002/03; the UEFA Cup place
    goes to highest team in league standings not otherwise qualified 

Switzerland [Final: May 12]
Final:         FC Basel (champions) 2-1 Grasshopper Club [aet]

Turkey [Final: Apr 3]
Final:         Kocaelispor K Izmit 4-0 Besiktas JK Istanbul

Ukraine [Final: May 26]
Final:         Shakhtar Donetsk (champions) 3-2 Dynamo Kyiv (ch.l.) [aet]
NB: UEFA Cup place goes to highest team in league standings not otherwise qualified

Wales [Final: May 5]
Final:         Barry Town (champions) 4-1 Bangor City
League Cup [Final: May 6]
Final:         Caersws 2-1 Cwmbran Town

Yugoslavia [Final: May 29]
Final:         Crvena zvezda Beograd 1-0 Sartid Smederovo

UEFA - domestic cups 2000/01

UEFA - domestic cups 2002/03


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