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Finnish cup 2019 Odds

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Who wins the Finnish cup 2019?

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Finnish Cup 2018-2019 – Everything That You Need To Know About The Finland National Cup

The Finnish Cup 2018-2019 will be the 64th season of the Finnish Cup. This league is played in Finland and it will be the third edition of the league that will be played on a fall-spring schedule. The league has always produced great matches over the years and the Finnish Cup 2017-2018 was quite the same as well. The tournament usually begins in July and ends in September.

The Finnish Cup was introduced which meant that Liiga will no longer be continued. This is a long tournament in which we will see around 100 matches and there are different phases of the tournament as well. It has four rounds and the excitement of the event increase with every passing round.

A Road To The UEFA Europa League

This league is of high importance for the team winning the title. As, it will allow the winner side the chance to play in the UEFA Europa League as well. The winner of the tournament will also qualify for the 2019-20 UEFA Europa League. The winner of the 2017-2018 Men’s Finnish Cup was awarded with a prize of EUR 50,000 and the runners up of the league was awarded with EUR 10,00.

The defending champion Inter Turku who has won their 2nd title last year will be hoping to repeat their performance this year as well. On the other hand teams like HJK will try to give their best shot this time and will look to win the title. The HJK has been the most successful side in the cup and they have won 13 titles in the tournament so far. They will be the hot favorites to win the title this time around as well.

The Tournament Format

There are four rounds in which the teams will take part. These four rounds are really crucial as they decide which team will qualify to the knockout stage. There are five groups and each group has six teams in it. The top two teams from each group will advance to the quarter finals stage and from there the real game begins.

In the final of the last Finnish Cup there were around 3600 spectators. Ever since the end of Liiga Cup, this tournament is getting all the attention in Finland and as the winner of the league advance to the Europa League so fans of football in Finland loves to watch the matches of this tournament. So, what do you think who will win the title this time around? Tell us in the comment section.