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2014 Emir of Qatar Cup

2014 Emir of Qatar Cup
Country  Qatar
Dates 21 April - 17 May
Teams 18
2009 Emir of Qatar Cup Final

The 2014 Emir of Qatar Cup will be the 42nd edition of the cup tournament in men's football. It is played by the 1st and 2nd level divisions of the Qatari football league structure.

The draw for the competition was on 8 April 2014.[1] The competition features all teams from the 2013–14 Qatar Stars League and the top four sides from the Qatargas League. Four venues are to be used – Al Sadd Stadium, Al Arabi Stadium, Qatar SC Stadium and Khalifa Stadium.[1]

The cup winner is guaranteed a place in the 2015 AFC Champions League.

Round One

Four teams from the 2nd Division enter this round, the winners qualify for round two.


Round Two



April 27, 2014
19:45
Al-Shamal 1 – 5 Al-Khor

Round Three

April 30, 2014
17:15
Qatar SC 2 – 2 Al Ahli
  Penalties  
3 – 4

April 30, 2014
17:15
Al-Wakrah 2 – 2 Al Arabi
  Penalties  
2 – 4

April 30, 2014
19:45
Al-Khor 1 – 0 Umm Salal

Quarter Finals

May 3, 2014
17:15
Al Ahli 3 – 2 Lekhwiya


May 3, 2014
19:45
Al-Khor 2 – 2 Al-Sailiya
  Penalties  
7 – 8

May 3, 2014
19:45
Al Gharafa 0 – 0 El Jaish
  Penalties  
9 – 8

Semi Finals

May 10, 2014
19:45
Al Ahli 2 – 2 Al-Sailiya
  Penalties  
0 – 3

Final

References

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