2013-14 Czech Cup
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2013%E2%80%9314 Czech Cup
2013-14 Czech Cup
Pohár ?MFS
Country Czech Republic
Teams133
ChampionsSparta Prague
Runners-upViktoria Plze?
Top goal scorer(s)Josef ?tvrtní?ek (5 goals)
2012-13

The 2013-14 Czech Cup was the twenty-first season of the annual football knock-out tournament of the Czech Republic. It began on 13 July 2013 with the Preliminary Round and ended with the final on 17 May 2014. The winners of the competition would have qualified for the third qualifying round of the 2014-15 UEFA Europa League, however, since both finalists (Sparta Prague and Viktoria Plze?) qualified for Europe through their league position, the Europa League berth for the cup winners was assigned to a team in the league instead. Sparta Prague won the final 8-7 on penalties after the match finished 1-1, earning them a league-cup double.

Preliminary round

The preliminary round ties were played on 13 & 14 July 2013

First round

Team 1  Score  Team 2
19 July
MSA Dolní Bene?ov (4) 0-4 Opava (3)
Kutná Hora (4) 0-2 Chrudim (3)
?umperk (4) 0-5 Uni?ov (3)
20 July
Hodonín (4) 1-5 B?eclav (3)
FK Ho?ovicko (4) 0-0 (5-3p) Bohemians Prague (2)
SK Z?E Plze? (4) 0-3 Rokycany (4)
Mohelnice (4) 0-5 Zlín (2)
SK Mondi ?t?tí (4) 1-4 Chomutov (3)
Tempo Prague (6) 2-2 (3-4p) ?t?chovice (3)
Dra?ice (5) 0-2 Písek (4)
Dv?r Králové (4) 1-1 (13-12p) Sokol ?ivanice (4)
FK Slavoj ?atec (4) 2-3 Karlovy Vary (3)
FK Litomice (5) 2-6 Ústí nad Labem (2)
FC Nový Bor (4) 0-3 Varnsdorf (2)
Jablonec nad Jizerou (4) 2-1 Letohrad (4)
FK Lovochemie Lovosice (4) 2-4 Admira Praha (3)
Milevsko (4) 0-3 Táborsko (2)
Strakonice (3) w/o ?eské Bud?jovice (2)
Hv?zda Cheb (4) 1-3 Baník Sokolov (2)
Bene?ov (4) 0-2 Vla?im (2)
?eský Brod (4) 2-2 (3-4p) Loko Vltavín (2)
Slavoj Vy?ehrad (4) 4-3 Kunice (3)
Kladno (4) 3-0 Král?v Dv?r (3)
Úvaly (4) 0-0 (4-3p) Sokol Zápy (3)
Kolín (3) 3-0 Meteor Praha (3)
Roudnice (3) 2-1 Baník Most (2)
Náchod De?tné (4) 0-1 Pardubice (2)
FC V?esina (7) 1-8 Karviná (2)
Dosta Bystrc (4) 3-2 Viktoria Otrokovice (4)
Hranice (4) 1-1 (4-5p) HFK Olomouc (3)
FSC Stará ?í?e (4) 1-2 T?ebí? (3)
Nový Ji?ín (4) 1-6 T?inec (2)
FK Pelh?imov (4) 1-3 Slovan Rosice (4)
P?erov (4) 0-3 Hanácká Slávia Kromí? (3)
Hlu?ín (3) 3-0 Slavia Orlová-Lutun? (3)
Lí?e? (4) 0-1 Frýdek-Místek (2)
Záb?eh (3) 1-3 Mikulovice (3)
Senco Doubravka (4) 2-6 Jiskra Doma?lice (3)
21 July
TJ Svitavy (4) 1-1 (5-4p) Zenit ?áslav (3)
Nová Paka (4) 1-3 Hradec Králové (2)
Trutnov (4) 1-2 P?evý?ov (3)
Horní M?cholupy (3) 2-7 Viktoria ?i?kov (2)
SK ?títná nad Vlá? (6) 0-1 FC ELSEREMO Brumov (4)
Sokol Tasovice (4) 1-4 Prost?jov (3)

Second round

Team 1  Score  Team 2
20 August
Kladno (4) 2-1 Rokycany (4)
Karlovy Vary (3) 3-3 (4-3p) Baník Sokolov (2)
T?ebí? (3) 0-5 Znojmo (1)
Prost?jov (3) 2-2 (0-3p) Fastav Zlín (2)
Vla?im (2) 6-1 Loko Vltavín (2)
?t?chovice (3) 1-4 Dukla Prague (1)
21 August
Mikulovice (3) 1-2 Sigma Olomouc (1)
Chrudim (3) 2-1 Kolín (3)
Slovan Rosice (4) 1-6 Vyso?ina Jihlava (1)
Dosta Bystrc (4) 0-3 HFK Olomouc (3)
Uni?ov (3) 0-1 Zbrojovka Brno (1)
Dv?r Králové (4) 0-7 Hradec Králové (2)
FK Ho?ovicko (4) 0-2 Ústí nad Labem (2)
Hanácká Slávia Kromí? (3) 1-3 Baník Ostrava (1)
Hlu?ín (3) 2-0 Opava (3)
Jablonec nad Jizerou (4) 0-1 Pardubice (2)
Frýdek-Místek (2) 1-2 T?inec (2)
Písek (4) 0-1 ?eské Bud?jovice (2)
TJ Svitavy (4) 0-2 P?evý?ov (3)
Slavoj Vy?ehrad (4) 2-4 Viktoria ?i?kov (2)
27 August
Úvaly (4) 0-4 Mladá Boleslav (1)
28 August
FC ELSEREMO Brumov (4) 0-1 Karviná (2)
Varnsdorf (2) 2-0 Teplice (1)
Admira Praha (3) 1-1 (2-4p) Roudnice (3)
Chomutov (3) 0-7 Slavia Prague (1)
3 September
Táborsko (2) 0-1 P?íbram (1)
4 September
Jiskra Doma?lice (3) 2-1 Bohemians 1905 (1)
B?eclav (3) 0-3 Slovácko (1)

Third round

Team 1  Score  Team 2
18 September
HFK Olomouc (3) 1-2 Slavia Prague (1)
24 September
Fastav Zlín (2) 0-1 Sparta Prague (1)
25 September
Jiskra Doma?lice (3) 3-1 Karviná (2)
Chrudim (3) 0-2 Sigma Olomouc (1)
Varnsdorf (2) 2-2 (5-3p) Vla?im (2)
Roudnice (3) 0-4 Zbrojovka Brno (1)
Viktoria ?i?kov (2) 2-2 (5-4p) Slovan Liberec (1)
Hradec Králové (2) 0-1 Baumit Jablonec (1)
Ústí nad Labem (2) 2-0 Baník Ostrava (1)
Hlu?ín (3) 1-5 Mladá Boleslav (1)
Pardubice (2) 1-2 Slovácko (1)
T?inec (2) 1-1 (6-7p) Dukla Prague (1)
P?evý?ov (3) 1-4 Znojmo (1)
2 October
Karlovy Vary (3) 0-1 Vyso?ina Jihlava (1)
?eské Bud?jovice (2) 0-0 (2-4p) P?íbram (1)
12 October
Kladno (4) 1-3 Viktoria Plze? (1)

Fourth round

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Viktoria Plze? (1) 7-0 Jiskra Doma?lice (3) 3-0 4-0
Sigma Olomouc (1) 0-4 Vyso?ina Jihlava (1) 0-4 0-0
Varnsdorf (2) 0-1 Slavia Prague (1) 0-0 0-1
Viktoria ?i?kov (2) 1-4 Zbrojovka Brno (1) 1-0 0-4
Baumit Jablonec (1) 3-0 Ústí nad Labem (2) 1-0 2-0
Mladá Boleslav (1) 3-0 Slovácko (1) 1-0 2-0
Dukla Prague (1) 6-1 P?íbram (1) 4-0 2-1
Znojmo (1) 3-5 Sparta Prague (1) 2-3 1-2

Quarter-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
FC Viktoria Plze? 3(a)-3 Vyso?ina Jihlava 1-0 2-3
Slavia Prague 1-1
4-5 (p)
Zbrojovka Brno 0-1 1-0
Baumit Jablonec 2-1 Mladá Boleslav 2-0 0-1
Dukla Prague 2-3 Sparta Prague 2-1 0-2

First legs

Second legs

Semi-finals

The semi-finals were played between 16 April and 1 May.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Viktoria Plze? 2-0 Zbrojovka Brno 2-0 0-0
Baumit Jablonec 3-5 Sparta Prague 3-1 0-4

First legs

Second legs

Final

The final was played at Eden Arena on 17 May 2014. Sparta Prague, having already mathematically won the 2013-14 Czech First League two weeks previously, were aiming for a double.[1] The game remained in goalless deadlock until the 79th minute when Radim ?ezník gave Plze? the lead. In the dying minutes of stoppage time, Milan Petr?ela conceded a penalty for handball, which was converted by Josef Hu?bauer. The match proceeded to a penalty shootout involving every outfield player in each team, with Petr?ela having his decisive penalty saved by Tomá? Vaclík.[2]

Initial ticket sales were soon halted by the football association due to "radical hooligans from the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia" purchasing tickets en-masse.[3] Sales were reopened on 11 May, but tickets were restricted to the stands behind each goal, and could only be bought from each club at their stadium.[4] Fans staged a protest during which they sat in silence for the first thirty minutes of the match.[2]

Bracket

  Fourth round Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                                         
 (1) Viktoria Plze? 3 4 7  
 (3) Jiskra Doma?lice 0 0 0  
   (1) Viktoria Plze? (a) 1 2 3  
   (1) Vyso?ina Jihlava 0 3 3  
 (1) Sigma Olomouc 0 0 0
 (1) Vyso?ina Jihlava 4 0 4  
   (1) Viktoria Plze? 2 0 2  
   (1) Zbrojovka Brno 0 0 0  
 (2) Varnsdorf 0 0 0  
 (1) Slavia Prague 0 1 1  
   (1) Slavia Prague 0 1 1 (4)
   (1) Zbrojovka Brno 1 0 1 (5)  
 (2) Viktoria ?i?kov 1 0 1
 (1) Zbrojovka Brno 0 4 4  
   Viktoria Plze? 1 (7)
   Sparta Prague 1 (8)
 (1) Jablonec 1 2 3  
 (2) Ústí nad Labem 0 0 0  
   (1) Jablonec 2 0 2
   (1) Mladá Boleslav 0 1 1  
 (1) Mladá Boleslav 1 2 3
 (1) Slovácko 0 0 0  
   (1) Jablonec 3 0 3
   (1) Sparta Prague 1 4 5  
 (1) Dukla Prague 4 2 6  
 (1) P?íbram 0 1 1  
   (1) Dukla Prague 2 0 2
   (1) Sparta Prague 1 2 3  
 (1) Znojmo 2 1 3
 (1) Sparta Prague 3 2 5  

See also

References

  1. ^ "Sparta me mít double, Plze? vít?znou trofej. Pokud se dohraje...". ?T Sport. Retrieved 2014.
  2. ^ a b "Sparta po penaltovém maratonu slaví vít?zství i v poháru". ?T Sport. Retrieved 2014.
  3. ^ "Vysv?tlující informace k prodeji vstupenek na finále Poháru ?eské po?ty". Football Association of the Czech Republic. Retrieved 2014.
  4. ^ "Vstupenky na finále poháru se kv?li obavám z radikál? prodávají pouze za branky". ?T Sport. Retrieved 2014.

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