2011–12 Belarusian Cup

2011–12 Belarusian Cup
Country  Belarus
Teams 48
Champions Naftan Novopolotsk
(2nd title)
Runners-up Minsk
Matches played 47
Goals scored 186 (3.96 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Andrey Razin
Yuri Korolyuk
Yuri Syrokvashko
(4 goals)

2011–12 Belarusian Cup was the twenty first season of the Belarusian annual cup competition. Contrary to the league season, it is conducted in a fall-spring rhythm. The first games were scheduled to 14 June 2011. Winners of the Cup qualified for the second qualifying round[1] of the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League.

Participating clubs

The following teams took part in the competition:

2011 Belarusian Premier League
all 12 clubs
2011 Belarusian First League
all 16 clubs
2011 Belarusian Second League
15 teams (of 16)
Winners of regional cups
5 teams

First round

32 teams started the competition in this round: 12 teams from the First League, 15 teams from Second League (all but Dinamo-2 Minsk) and 5 amateur clubs. 4 First League clubs that were at the top of league table at the moment of the drawings (Slavia-Mozyr, SKVICH Minsk, Partizan Minsk and Vedrich-97 Rechytsa) and all 12 Premier League teams received a bye to the next round. Matches of this round were played on 14, 15 and 16 June 2011.

Round of 32

The winners from the First Round will play against 16 clubs that received a bye to this round. The draw was conducted on 17 June 2011. Matches of this round were played on 29 June 2011. Due to scheduling conflicts with qualifying rounds of UEFA Champions League and Europa League, games involving BATE Borisov, Minsk and Shakhtyor Soligorsk were rescheduled to 22 July, 17 August and 6 September 2011 respectively.

Round of 16

The draw was conducted on 28 July 2011. The games were played on 21 September and 13 November 2011.


An open draw for quarterfinals was conducted on 21 November 2011.

Match between Lida and Naftan was moved from Lida to Grodno due to bad pitch conditions in March. Match between Klechesk and Neman was moved from Kletsk to the opponent's stadium in Grodno for similar reasons.


The draw for semifinals was held on March 19 and was an open draw.


GK 1 Belarus Artur Lesko  26'
RB 8 Belarus Syarhey Hihevich  73'
CB 26 Ukraine Oleh Karamushka
CB 21 Belarus Artsyom Rakhmanaw
LB 2 Belarus Roman Begunov  51'  61'
RM 5 Belarus Yury Astravukh  62'
CM 11 Belarus Alyaksandr Sachywka
CM 20 Belarus Ivan Maewski
LM 6 Belarus Andrey Razin (c)  64'
RF 30 Belarus Leonid Kovel
LF 10 Belarus Raman Vasilyuk
GK 24 Belarus Ihar Logvinaw
MF 7 Lithuania Nerijus Valskis
MF 9 Belarus Sergey Pushnyakov
FW 12 Belarus Alyaksandr Makas  64'
MF 13 Lithuania Marius Činikas  61'
MF 25 Senegal Aboubacar Camara
FW 99 Belarus Dzmitry Kowb  73'
Belarus Vadim Skripchenko
GK 1 Belarus Mikalay Ramanyuk
RB 4 Belarus Mihail Harbachow
CB 10 Belarus Oleg Shkabara
CB 6 Belarus Alyaksey Hawrylovich
LB 44 Belarus Dzyanis Obrazaw
DM 2 Belarus Alyaksandr Kobets
DM 8 Belarus Mikita Bukatkin (c)  79'
RM 13 Lithuania Fiodor Cernych
CM 7 Belarus Ihar Truhaw  81'
LM 37 Russia Roman Sorokin  67'
FW 9 Belarus Yahor Zubovich  77'
GK 16 Belarus Igor Dovgyallo
MF 5 Belarus Valery Zhukowski  81'
DF 15 Belarus Nikita Naumov
MF 17 Belarus Andrey Yakimov
DF 20 Belarus Artem Teplov  67'
FW 22 Belarus Alyaksandr Hawrushka
FW 29 Ukraine Serhiy Kovalenko  77'
Belarus Igor Kovalevich Red card 28'

See also


  1. 2012/13 Access list Bert Kassies' Site

External links

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