2016 Icelandic Women's Cup

The 2016 Icelandic Women's Cup, also known as Borgunarbikar kvenna for sponsorship reasons, was the 36th edition of the Icelandic national football cup.[1]

2016 Icelandic Women's Cup
Borgunarbikar kvenna
Country Iceland
Teams25
ChampionsBreiðablik
Runners-upÍBV
Matches played30
Goals scored120 (4 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Berglind Björg Þorvaldsdóttir
(5 goals)
2015
2017

Calendar

Below are the dates for each round as given by the official schedule:

RoundMain dateNumber of fixturesClubs
First Round8–9 May 2016918 → 9
Second Round22–23 May 2016612 → 6
Round of 1610–12 June 2016816 → 8
Quarter-Finals4–5 July 201648 → 4
Semi-Finals22–23 July 201624 → 2
Final12 August 201612 → 1

First round

18 teams began the cup in the first round.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
8 May 2016
Grótta 2–3 Tindastóll
Völsungur 3–1 Einherji
Sindri 1–5 Haukar
Augnablik 2–1 KH
9 May 2016
Hvíti riddarinn 0–5 HK/Víkingur
Álftanes 7–1 Víkingur Ó.
Fjölnir 0–2 Grindavík
ÍR 2–1 Fram
Skínandi 0–2 Keflavík

Second round

The second round was played on 22–23 May 2017.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
22 May 2016
Álftanes 1–6 Keflavík
Þróttur R. 2–0 Tindastóll
Haukar 2–0 Augnablik
Völsungur 0 – 0 (a.e.t.)
(4–5 p)
Fjarðabyggð/Höttur/Leiknir F.
23 May 2016
Afturelding 0–4 Grindavík
ÍR 1–2 HK/Víkingur

Round of 16

The Round of 16 were played on 10–12 June 2016.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
10 June 2016
KR 1–3 ÍBV
11 June 2016
Haukar 1–0 ÍA
FH 1–3 Stjarnan
Keflavík 0–5 Breiðablik
Fylkir 11–0 Fjarðabyggð/Höttur/Leiknir F.
Þór/KA 6–0 Grindavík
Selfoss 3–2 Valur
12 June 2016
HK/Víkingur 5–0 Þróttur R.

Quarter-Finals

The Quarter-finals were played on 4–5 July 2017.

Semi-Finals

The Semi-finals was played on 22–23 July 2016.

Final

The Final was played on 12 August 2016.

Top goalscorers

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Berglind Björg Þorvaldsdóttir Fylkir/Breiðablik 5
2 Kristín Erna Sigurlásdóttir Fylkir 4
Andrea Rán Snæfeld Hauksdóttir Breiðablik
Sveindís Jane Jónsdóttir Keflavík
Milena Pesic HK/Víkingur

References

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