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2006–07 Football League Cup

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The 2006–07 Football League Cup known as the Carling Cup for sponsorship reasons was the 47th staging of the Football League Cup, a knock-out competition for the top 92 football clubs played in English football league system The competition name reflects a sponsorship deal with lager brand Carling

The competition began in August 2006 and ended with the final on 25 February 2007 The Millennium Stadium in Cardiff hosted the final, as the reconstruction of Wembley Stadium could not be completed in time to host the final

The winners were Chelsea, beating Arsenal in the final 2-1 after two goals by Didier Drogba

Contents

  • 1 Format
  • 2 Early rounds
    • 21 First Round
    • 22 Second Round
    • 23 Third Round
    • 24 Fourth Round
  • 3 Later rounds
    • 31 Quarter-finals
    • 32 Semi-finals
      • 321 First leg
      • 322 Second leg
    • 33 Final
  • 4 See also
  • 5 External links

Format

Pre-match presentation at the 2007 final between Chelsea and Arsenal at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff

The competition consists of five single elimination rounds taking place only on week-nights before a two-legged semi-final and then a final match at a neutral venue The venue for each fixture in round one to the finals will not be neutral It will be the home ground of one of the two clubs in each fixture, and will be decided as part of the draw for each round

There are no replays in the competition If necessary, extra-time and penalties will decide each tie's winners on the night

Early rounds

First Round

The 72 Football League clubs compete from the first round, which is divided into North and South sections Each section is divided equally into a pot of seeded clubs and a pot of unseeded clubs Clubs' rankings depend upon their finishing position in the 2005-06 season Therefore, the clubs relegated from the Premier League in 2006; Sunderland North, Birmingham City and West Bromwich Albion South are the top seeds, and the clubs newly promoted to the Football League — Accrington Stanley and Hereford United — are bottom seeds in north and south sections respectively

  • At 12:00 BST on 21 June 2006, seeded clubs and unseeded clubs were paired off to create the first round draw
  • The small numbers represent the seeding
  • Ties are shown in order of the draw

1 Score after 90 minutes

Second Round

In Round 2, the 36 winners from Round 1 were joined by the 12 Premier League clubs not participating in European competitions The draw took place on 26 August 2006 and matches were played during the week commencing 18 September

Tie no Home team Score1 Away team Attendance
1 Leeds United 3 – 1 Barnet 7,220
2 Watford 0 – 0 Accrington Stanley 8,368
0 – 0 after extra time — Watford win 6 – 5 on penalties
3 Crewe Alexandra 2 – 0 Wigan Athletic 3,907
4 Doncaster Rovers 3 – 3 Derby County 5,598
3 – 3 after extra time — Doncaster Rovers win 8 – 7 on penalties
5 Sheffield United 1 – 0 Bury 6,273
6 Millwall 0 – 4 Southampton 5,492
7 West Bromwich Albion 3 – 1 Cheltenham Town 10,974
8 Peterborough United 1 – 2 Everton 10,756
9 Hereford United 1 – 3 Leicester City 4,073
10 Port Vale 3 – 2 Queens Park Rangers 3,550
11 Fulham 1 – 2 Wycombe Wanderers 6,620
12 Hull City 0 – 0 Hartlepool United 6,392
0 – 0 after extra time — Hull City win 3 – 2 on penalties
13 Walsall 1 – 3 Bolton Wanderers 6,243
14 Middlesbrough 0 – 1 Notts County 11,148
15 Charlton Athletic 1 – 0 Carlisle United 8,190
16 Barnsley 1 – 2 Milton Keynes Dons 4,411
17 Chesterfield 2 – 1 Manchester City 7,960
18 Scunthorpe United 1 – 2 Aston Villa 6,502
19 Southend United 3 – 2 Brighton & Hove Albion 4,819
20 Brentford 0 – 3 Luton Town 3,005
21 Reading 3 – 3 Darlington 10,353
3 – 3 after extra time — Reading win 4 – 2 on penalties
22 Birmingham City 1 – 1 Wrexham 10,491
Birmingham City win 4 – 1 after extra time
23 Rotherham United 2 – 4 Norwich City 3,958
24 Mansfield Town 1 – 2 Portsmouth 6,646

1 Score after 90 minutes

Third Round

Round 3 was drawn on 23 September from the 24 remaining clubs and the eight Premier League clubs in European competitions The ties were played the week of 23 October:

Tie no Home team Score1 Away team Attendance
1 Wycombe Wanderers 1 – 1 Doncaster Rovers 3,308
2 – 2 after extra time — Wycombe win 3 – 2 on penalties
2 Sheffield United 2 – 4 Birmingham City 10,584
3 Leicester City 2 – 2 Aston Villa 27,288
Aston Villa win 3 – 2 after extra time
4 Watford 2 – 1 Hull City 8,274
5 Leeds United 1 – 3 Southend United 10,449
6 Chesterfield 2 – 1 West Ham United 7,787
7 Notts County 2 – 0 Southampton 6,731
8 Newcastle United 3 – 0 Portsmouth 25,028
9 Charlton Athletic 1 – 0 Bolton Wanderers 10,788
10 Liverpool 4 – 3 Reading 42,445
11 West Bromwich Albion 0 – 2 Arsenal 21,566
12 Port Vale 0 – 0 Norwich City 4,518
0 – 0 after extra time — Port Vale win 3 – 2 on penalties
13 Everton 4 – 0 Luton Town 27,149
14 Milton Keynes Dons 0 – 5 Tottenham Hotspur 8,306
15 Crewe Alexandra 1 – 1 Manchester United 10,046
Manchester United win 2 – 1 after extra time
16 Blackburn Rovers 0 – 2 Chelsea 14,732

1 Score after 90 minutes

Fourth Round

The Fourth Round draw was made on 25 October 2006

Birmingham City v Liverpool

2006-11-08
45'
Birmingham City 0 – 1 Liverpool
St Andrews, Birmingham
Attendance: 23,061
Referee: Howard Webb Sheffield & Hallamshire

Chelsea v Aston Villa

2006-11-08
32'
Shevchenko  65'
Essien  82'
Drogba  84'
Chelsea 4 – 0 Aston Villa
Report
Stamford Bridge, London
Attendance: 41,516
Referee: Mark Halsey Lancashire

Chesterfield v Charlton Athletic

2006-11-07
2'
Folan  47'
Allison  120'
Chesterfield 3 – 3 aet
3 – 4p
Charlton Athletic
Report Hasselbaink  40'93'
Bent  73'
Saltergate, Chesterfield
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Mike Riley West Yorkshire

Everton v Arsenal

2006-11-08
85'
Everton 0 – 1 Arsenal
Goodison Park, Liverpool
Referee: Graham Poll Hertfordshire

Notts County v Wycombe Wanderers

2006-11-07
49'
Notts County 0 – 1 Wycombe Wanderers
Meadow Lane, Nottingham
Attendance: 7,395
Referee: Nigel Miller County Durham

Southend United v Manchester United

2006-11-07
27'
Southend United 1 – 0 Manchester United
Report
Roots Hall, Southend-on-Sea
Attendance: 11,532
Referee: Uriah Rennie Sheffield & Hallamshire

Tottenham Hotspur v Port Vale

2006-11-08
80', 99'
Defoe  107'
Tottenham Hotspur 3 – 1 aet Port Vale
Report Constantine  64'
White Hart Lane, London
Attendance: 34,560
Referee: Steve Bennett Kent

Watford v Newcastle United

2006-11-07
69'
Shittu  108'
Watford 2 – 2 aet
4 – 5p
Newcastle United
Report Sibierski  3'
Parker  116'
Vicarage Road, Watford
Attendance: 16,791
Referee: Lee Mason Lancashire

Later rounds

Quarter-finals

The quarter-final draw was made on 11 November 2006 at 12:00 GMT

Charlton Athletic v Wycombe Wanderers

2006-12-19
35'
Charlton Athletic 0 – 1 Wycombe Wanderers
The Valley, London
Attendance: 18,940
Referee: Mark Clattenburg County Durham

Liverpool v Arsenal

2007-01-09
33'
Gerrard  68'
Hyypiä  80'
Liverpool 3 – 6 Arsenal
Report Aliadière  27'
Baptista  40'45+2'60'84'
Song  45'
Anfield, Liverpool
Attendance: 42,614
Referee: Martin Atkinson West Yorkshire

Newcastle United v Chelsea

2006-12-20
79'
Newcastle United 0 – 1 Chelsea
St James' Park, Newcastle upon Tyne
Attendance: 37,406
Referee: Chris Foy Merseyside

Tottenham Hotspur v Southend United

2006-12-20
115'
Tottenham Hotspur 1 – 0 aet Southend United
Report
White Hart Lane, London
Attendance: 35,811
Referee: Phil Dowd Staffordshire

Semi-finals

The semi-final draw was made on 23 December 2006 at 12:00 GMT Unlike the other rounds, the semi-final ties were played over two legs, with each team playing one leg at home

First leg

Wycombe Wanderers v Chelsea

2007-01-10
77'
Wycombe Wanderers 1 – 1 Chelsea
Report Bridge  36'
Adams Park, High Wycombe
Attendance: 9,771
Referee: Steve Bennett Kent

Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal

2007-01-24
12'
Baptista  20' og
Tottenham Hotspur 2 – 2 Arsenal
Report Baptista  64'77'
White Hart Lane, London
Attendance: 35,485
Referee: Graham Poll Hertfordshire

Second leg

Chelsea v Wycombe Wanderers

2007-01-23
22', 43'
Lampard  69'90'
Chelsea 4 – 0 Wycombe Wanderers
Report
Stamford Bridge, London
Attendance: 41,591
Referee: Mike Dean Cheshire

Chelsea won 5–1 on aggregate

Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur

2007-01-31
77'
Aliadière  105'
Chimbonda  113' og
Arsenal 3 – 1 aet Tottenham Hotspur
Report Mido  85'
Emirates Stadium, London
Attendance: 59,872
Referee: Alan Wiley Staffordshire

Arsenal won 5–3 on aggregate

Final

Further information on this match: 2007 Football League Cup Final

Arsenal v Chelsea

2007-02-25
15:00
12'
Arsenal 1 – 2 Chelsea
Report Drogba  20'84'
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
Attendance: 70,073
Referee: Howard Webb Sheffield & Hallamshire

See also

  • Football League Cup

External links

  • Official Carling Cup website
  • Carling Cup at bbccouk
  • Results service at soccerbasecom

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