Free football predictions and tips for Belarus Cup
As one of the countries in Europe, in which football is most developed, Belarus also establishes numerous football competitions every year. Let’s learn about the Belarusian Cup, one of the top tournaments in this Eastern European country.
What is the Belarusian Cup?
Belarusian Cup is an annual cup competition for men’s football clubs throughout Belarus. The governing body of this tournament is the Football Federation of Belarus, which is based in Minsk and also in charge of the futsal field besides football. The Belarusian Cup has been held every year since its inception in 1992.
How does the Belarusian Cup work?
The Belarusian Cup is a knockout tournament, which means there will be no scoring system or ranking table. The losing team of a match will be immediately eliminated from the competition. The cup features all teams from the Belarusian Premier League, First League, and Second League, and some amateur clubs inside the country.
Currently, there are 52 teams participating in the Belarusian Cup, which is divided into six rounds before the final match. The higher league the club comes from, the later rounds they have to take part in. For instance, First League, Second League clubs, and amateur clubs who have qualified through local amateur cup tournaments will join the First Round, while the Second Round is for Premier League clubs and the winners from the First Round.
From Round of 32, how teams are paired will be decided by a draw. After the winter break, the quarterfinals and semifinals are usually played, with two-legged ties. However, depending on the availability of domestic match times, both the schedule and the number of games in each round can be changed. The champion will be promoted to the UEFA Europa League.
What are the latest results of the 2021 Belarusian Cup?
As the most successful team in the Belarusian Cup history, BATE Borisov is still keeping their manner, which can be recognized just in two legs of the quarterfinals. They completed the quarterfinals with the highest result (five goals in total).
After the quarterfinals, the four faces who will go to the next round have been released. They are Torpedo Zhodino, Isloch (wins by away goal), Shakhtylor, and BATE. They will meet on April 21 for the first leg of the Semifinal, and the second leg will be held on May 5.
BATE celebrated Belarusian Cup triumph
The bottom line
The Belarusian Cup is down to the end with only three matchdays ahead: two legs for the semifinals, and one single-match game for the final round. Don’t miss a minute of the last matches and keep yourself updated with any football information and news at betimate.com.