2017 Icelandic Women's Cup

The 2017 Icelandic Women's Cup, also known as Borgunarbikar kvenna for sponsorship reasons, was the 37th edition of the Icelandic national football cup.[1] ÍBV were winners after beating Stjarnan in the final.

2017 Icelandic Women's Cup
Borgunarbikar kvenna
Country Iceland
Teams28
ChampionsÍBV
Runners-upStjarnan
Matches played27
Goals scored97 (3.59 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Laufey Elísa Hlynsdóttir
Sandra Stephany Mayor
Elena Brynjarsdóttir
(4 goals)
2016
2018 →
All statistics correct as of 9 September 2017.

Calendar

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

RoundMain dateNumber of fixturesClubs
First Round6–7 May 2017612 → 6
Second Round22–23 May 2017612 → 6
Round of 162–3 June 2017816 → 8
Quarter-Finals23–24 June 201748 → 4
Semi-Finals13 August 201724 → 2
Final9 September 201712 → 1

First round

12 teams began the cup in the first round, with 8 teams coming from 2. deild kvenna (second division) and 4 teams from 1. deild kvenna (first division).

Team 1  Score  Team 2
6 May 2017
Víkingur Ó. 0–1 Þróttur R.
Grótta 1–2 ÍR
HK/Víkingur 6–0 Álftanes
Fjölnir 6–0 Hvíti riddarinn
Augnablik 2 – 1 (a.e.t.) Afturelding/Fram
7 May 2017
Fjarðabyggð/Höttur/Leiknir F. 1 – 1 (a.e.t.) (0–3 p) Einherji

Second round

The second round will be played 22–23 May 2017. 12 teams will compete, 6 winners from the first round and 6 teams from 1. deild kvenna.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
22 May 2017
Tindastóll 3–1 Völsungur
23 May 2017
Sindri 4–0 Einherji
Fjölnir 0 – 0 (a.e.t.) (4–2 p) Keflavík
ÍA 2–3 Þróttur R.
HK/Víkingur 2–1 ÍR
Selfoss 5–0 Augnablik

Round of 16

The Round of 16 will be played 2–3 June 2017.

Quarter-Finals

The Quarter-finals will be played 23–24 June 2017.

Semi-Finals

The Semi-finals will be played 13 August 2017.

Final

The Final will be played 9 September 2017.

Top goalscorers

As of matches played on 9 September 2017.
Rank Player Club Goals
1 Laufey Elísa Hlynsdóttir HK/Víkingur 4
Sandra Stephany Mayor Þór/KA
Elena Brynjarsdóttir Grindavík
4 Anisa Guajardo Valur 3
Cloé Lacasse ÍBV
Agla María Albertsdóttir Stjarnan

References

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