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Football tournament DFB-Pokal Organising body Deutscher Fußball-Bund Founded 1935 ; 87 years ago ( 1935) Region Germany Number of teams 64 Qualifier for UEFA Europa League Domestic cup(s) DFL-Supercup Current champions Borussia Dortmund (5th title) Most successful club(s) Bayern Munich (20 titles) Television broadcasters • ARD • Sky Sport • OneFootball 2021–22 DFB-Pokal The DFB-Pokal ( German: [ˈdeː ʔɛf beː poˈkaːl], which was until 1943 called the Tschammer-Pokal [tʃaːmɐ poˈkaːl], English: German Cup) is a German knockout football cup competition held annually by the German Football Association (DFB).

Sixty-four teams participate in the competition, including all clubs from the Bundesliga and the 2. Bundesliga. It is considered the second-most important club title in German football after the Bundesliga championship. Taking place from August until May, the winner qualifies for the DFL-Supercup and the UEFA Europa League unless the winner already qualifies for the UEFA Champions League in the Bundesliga.

The competition was founded in 1935, then called the Tschammer-Pokal. The first titleholders were 1. FC Nürnberg.

In 1937, Schalke 04 were the first team to win the double. The Tschammer-Pokal was suspended in 1944 due to World War II and disbanded following the demise of Nazi Germany. Dfb pokal 2021 1952–53, the cup was reinstated in West Germany as the DFB-Pokal, named after the DFB, and was won by Rot-Weiss Essen. ( FDGB-Pokal, the East German equivalent, started in 1949 and operated through the 1991 season, when it merged with the DFB-Pokal).

Bayern Munich have won a record 20 titles. The current holders are Borussia Dortmund, who beat RB Leipzig 4–1 in the 2021 final to win their fifth title. Fortuna Düsseldorf hold the record for most consecutive tournament game wins (18) between 1978 and 1981, winning the cup in 1979 and 1980.

Contents • 1 Format • 1.1 Participation • 1.2 Seeding • 1.3 Match rules • 2 History • 2.1 International qualification • 2.2 Tschammerpokal • 2.3 Giant killing • 3 Records • 4 Finals • 4.1 Tschammer-Pokal • 4.2 DFB-Pokal • 5 Performance by club • 6 Winning managers • 7 East German Cup (1949–91) • 8 Women's German Cup • 9 Media coverage • 9.1 2019–2022 • 9.1.1 Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland • 9.1.2 International • 10 Notes • 11 References • 12 External links Format [ edit ] The competition format has varied considerably since the inception of the Tschammer-Pokal in 1935.

Participation [ edit ] The DFB-Pokal begins with a round of 64 teams. The 36 teams of the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga, along with the top four finishers of the 3.

Liga are automatically qualified for the tournament. Of the remaining slots 21 are given to the cup winners of the regional football associations, the Verbandspokale. The three remaining slots are given to the three regional associations with the most men's teams. They may assign the slot as they see fit but usually give it to the runner-up in the association cup.

As every team taking part in the German football league system is entitled to participate in local tournaments which qualify for the association cups, every team can, in principle, compete in the DFB-Pokal. [1] The only exception is that reserve teams (e.g. Bayern Munich II) are ineligible to enter. Seeding [ edit ] For the first round, the 64 teams are split into two pots of 32.

One pot contains the 18 teams from the previous season of the Bundesliga and the top 14 teams from the previous season of the 2. Bundesliga. The other pot contains the bottom 4 teams from the previous season of the 2. Bundesliga, the top 4 teams from the previous season of the 3.

Liga and the 24 amateur teams that qualified through dfb pokal 2021 football tournaments. Teams from one pot are drawn against teams from the other pot. Since 1982, teams from the pot containing amateur teams have played the game at home. For the second round, the teams are again divided into two pots according to the same principles.

Depending on the results of the first round, the pots might not be equal in terms of number. Teams from one pot are drawn against teams from the other pot until one pot is empty. The remaining teams are then drawn against each other with the team first drawn playing the game at home. For the remaining rounds, other than the final, the teams are drawn from one pot.

Since 1985, the final has been held in the Olympic Stadium in Berlin. [1] Match rules [ edit ] Extra time will be played if the scores are level after 90 minutes with dfb pokal 2021 penalty shootout following if needed. [1] History [ edit ] Historically the number of participants in the main tournament has varied between four from 1956 until 1960 and 128 from 1973 through 1982 resulting in tournaments of two to seven rounds.

Since the inception of the Bundesliga in 1963 all clubs from the Bundesliga are automatically qualified for the DFB-Pokal as are all clubs from the 2.

Bundesliga since its inception in 1974. Reserve sides for most of the time were allowed to participate in the DFB-Pokal but have been excluded since 2008. The final has been held at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin every season since 1985. Before 1985, the host of the final was determined on short notice. In the decision, the German Football Association took into consideration that, due to the political situation between Germany and East Germany, Berlin was not chosen to be a venue for the UEFA Euro 1988.

[2] [3] Originally the cup games were held over two 45 minute halves with two 15 minute overtime periods in case of a draw. If the score was still level after 120 minutes the game was replayed with the home field right reversed. In the 1939 Tschammer-Pokal the semi-final between Waldhof Mannheim and Wacker Wien was played to a draw three times before the game was decided by lot. The German Football Association decided to hold a penalty shootout if the replay was another draw after a similar situation arose in the 1970 cup, when the match between Alemannia Aachen and Werder Bremen had to be decided by lot after two draws.

In 1971–72 and 1972–73, the matches were held over two legs. The second leg was extended by two additional 15-minute overtime periods if the aggregate was a draw after both legs. In case the extension brought no decision, a penalty shootout was held. In 1977, the final 1. FC Köln vs. Hertha BSC had to be replayed, leading to great logistical difficulties. In the aftermath, the DFB opted not to replay cup finals in the future, instead holding a penalty shootout after extra time.

Eventually, this change was extended to all cup games in 1991. International qualification [ edit ] Since 1960, the winner of the DFB-Pokal qualified for the European Cup Winners' Cup. If the cup winner had already qualified for the European Club Champions Cup, the losing finalist moved into the Cup Winners' Cup instead. Following the abolition of the Cup Winners' Cup in 1999, the winner of the DFB-Pokal qualified for the UEFA Cup, known as the UEFA Europa League since 2009.

If the DFB-Pokal winner or both finalists qualify through the Bundesliga for European cup competitions, the best placed team of the Bundesliga not already qualified for at least the Europa League receives the spot.

[4] Tschammerpokal [ edit ] The first German cup was held in 1935. It was then called von Tschammer und Osten Pokal, or Tschammerpokal for short, named after Reichssportführer (Sports Chief of the Reich) Hans von Tschammer und Osten. The first final was contested between the two most successful clubs of that era, 1. FC Nürnberg and Schalke 04, with Nürnberg winning 2–0.

[5] After the last Tschammerpokal was held in 1943, the cup was not held for almost ten years, being re-introduced by the German Football Association (DFB) in 1952 under its current name, DFB-Pokal. In 1965, the original trophy, Goldfasanen-Pokal, was replaced dfb pokal 2021 the trophy which is still awarded today, because the original reminded DFB president Peco Bauwens of the Nazi era.

[6] Giant killing [ edit ] Main article: List of Bundesliga clubs eliminated from the DFB-Pokal by amateur sides Originally, the DFB-Pokal was a competition open to clubs from the top divisions of German football only. This continued after the establishment of the Bundesliga in 1963. Semi-professional and amateur clubs could only enter the competition from 1974 onwards, when it dfb pokal 2021 enlarged.

Up until 2008, only the top two divisions of German football, the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga, were fully professional but from 2008, with the establishment of the 3.

Liga, the third tier also became fully professional. From the start, the new match ups between Bundesliga and amateurs (most usually third division clubs) became a source of surprises. Often titled the "mother of all cup sensations" ( German: Die Mutter aller Pokalsensationen), [7] [8] was Hamburger SV's second round loss to VfB Eppingen in 1974, the first instance of an amateur side knocking out a Bundesliga club. It took until 1990 for a fourth division side to achieve the same, when SpVgg Fürth took Borussia Dortmund out of the competition.

Further milestones were the reserve side of Hertha BSC, Hertha BSC II, reaching the cup final in 1993, a first for a third division club and a reserve team. In 1997 Eintracht Trier proved too strong for both the UEFA Cup and Champions League winners, knocking Schalke 04 and Borussia Dortmund out of the competition. In 2000, 1. FC Magdeburg became the first fourth division side to eliminate two Bundesliga clubs in one season.

[9] Hannover 96, then playing in the 2. Bundesliga, became cup winners after eliminating several Bundesliga teams in the process. [10] Kickers Offenbach won all matches including the semi final as a 2.

Bundesliga team, but were promoted to the Bundesliga a week before they won the cup final. [ citation needed] Surprise results in the cup attract strong media coverage in Germany and, at times, abroad. When TSV Vestenbergsgreuth eliminated Bayern Munich in 1994, who were then coached by the Italian Giovanni Trapattoni, Italian sports daily La Gazzetta dello Sport reported on its front page "Club di dilettanti elimina Trapattoni" ("Amateur club eliminate Trapattoni").

[9] Records [ edit ] Having won 20 titles, Bayern Munich has been the most successful team in the cup since they won their fourth title in 1969. Fortuna Düsseldorf established a record for consecutive German Cup match victories (18 straight victories between 1978 and 1981, taking the trophy in 1979 and 1980).

Werder Bremen had won the most consecutive home games (37) from 1988 to 2019. Bayern Munich has won the most consecutive away games (33) from 2009 to 2020. Schalke 04 dfb pokal 2021 the record for the biggest win in a DFB-Pokal final, winning 5–0 against 1.

FC Kaiserslautern in 1972 and 5–0 against MSV Duisburg in 2011. Finals [ edit ] Main article: List of DFB-Pokal finals Tschammer-Pokal [ edit ] Year Winners Runners-up Result Date Venue Attendance 1935 1. FC Nürnberg Schalke 04 2–0 08/12/35 Düsseldorf 55,000 1936 VfB Leipzig Schalke 04 2–1 03/01/37 Berlin 70,000 1937 Schalke 04 Fortuna Düsseldorf 2–1 09/01/38 Cologne 72,000 1938 Rapid Wien FSV Frankfurt 3–1 08/01/39 Berlin 38,000 1939 1.

FC Nürnberg Waldhof Mannheim 2–0 28/04/40 Berlin 60,000 1940 Dresdner SC 1. FC Dfb pokal 2021 2–1 ( a.e.t.) 01/12/40 Berlin 60,000 1941 Dresdner SC Schalke 04 2–1 02/11/41 Berlin 65,000 1942 1860 Munich Schalke 04 2–0 15/11/42 Berlin 80,000 1943 First Vienna Luftwaffen-SV Hamburg 3–2 ( a.e.t.) 31/10/43 Stuttgart 45,000 DFB-Pokal [ edit ] Season Winners Runners-up Result Date Venue Attendance 1952–53 Rot-Weiss Essen Alemannia Aachen 2–1 01/05/53 Düsseldorf 40,000 1953–54 VfB Stuttgart 1.

FC Köln 1–0 ( a.e.t.) 17/04/54 Ludwigshafen 60,000 1954–55 Karlsruher SC Schalke 04 3–2 21/05/55 Braunschweig 25,000 1955–56 Karlsruher SC Hamburger SV 3–1 05/08/56 Karlsruhe 25,000 1956–57 Bayern Munich Fortuna Düsseldorf 1–0 29/12/57 Augsburg 42,000 1957–58 VfB Stuttgart Fortuna Düsseldorf 4–3 ( a.e.t.) 16/10/58 Kassel 28,000 1958–59 Schwarz-Weiss Essen Borussia Neunkirchen 5–2 27/12/59 Kassel 20,000 1959–60 Borussia Mönchengladbach Karlsruher SC 3–2 05/10/60 Düsseldorf 50,000 1960–61 Werder Bremen 1.

FC Kaiserslautern 2–0 13/09/61 Gelsenkirchen 18,000 1961–62 1. FC Nürnberg Fortuna Düsseldorf 2–1 ( a.e.t.) 29/08/62 Hannover 41,000 1962–63 Hamburger SV Borussia Dortmund 3–0 14/08/63 Hannover 68,000 1963–64 1860 Munich Eintracht Frankfurt dfb pokal 2021 13/06/64 Stuttgart 45,000 1964–65 Borussia Dortmund Alemannia Aachen 2–0 22/05/65 Hannover 55,000 1965–66 Bayern Munich Meidericher SV 4–2 04/06/66 Frankfurt am Main 62,000 1966–67 Bayern Munich Hamburger SV 4–0 10/06/67 Stuttgart 67,000 1967–68 1.

FC Köln VfL Bochum 4–1 09/06/68 Ludwigshafen 60,000 1968–69 Bayern Munich Schalke 04 2–1 14/06/69 Frankfurt am Main 60,000 1969–70 Kickers Offenbach 1. FC Köln 2–1 29/08/70 Hannover 50,000 1970–71 Bayern Munich 1. FC Köln 2–1 ( a.e.t.) 19/06/71 Stuttgart 71,000 1971–72 Schalke 04 1. FC Kaiserslautern 5–0 01/07/72 Hannover 61,000 1972–73 Borussia Mönchengladbach 1.

FC Köln 2–1 ( a.e.t.) 23/06/73 Düsseldorf 69,000 1973–74 Eintracht Frankfurt Hamburger SV 3–1 ( a.e.t.) 17/08/74 Düsseldorf 52,000 1974–75 Eintracht Frankfurt MSV Duisburg 1–0 21/06/75 Hannover 43,000 1975–76 Hamburger SV 1. FC Kaiserslautern 2–0 26/06/76 Frankfurt am Main 61,000 1976–77 1.

FC Köln Hertha BSC 1–1 ( a.e.t.) 1–0 replay 28/05/77 30/05/77 Hannover 54,000 35,000 1977–78 1. FC Köln Fortuna Dfb pokal 2021 2–0 15/04/78 Gelsenkirchen 70,000 1978–79 Fortuna Düsseldorf Hertha BSC 1–0 ( a.e.t.) 23/06/79 Hannover 56,000 1979–80 Fortuna Düsseldorf 1.

FC Köln 2–1 04/06/80 Gelsenkirchen 56,000 1980–81 Eintracht Frankfurt 1. FC Kaiserslautern 3–1 02/05/81 Stuttgart 71,000 1981–82 Bayern Munich 1. FC Nürnberg 4–2 01/05/82 Frankfurt am Main 61,000 1982–83 1. FC Köln Fortuna Köln 1–0 11/06/83 Cologne 61,000 1983–84 Bayern Munich Borussia Mönchengladbach 1–1 (7–6 p) 31/05/84 Frankfurt am Main 61,000 1984–85 Bayer Uerdingen Bayern Munich 2–1 26/05/85 West Berlin 70,000 1985–86 Bayern Munich VfB Stuttgart 5–2 03/05/86 West Berlin 76,000 1986–87 Hamburger SV Stuttgarter Kickers 3–1 20/06/87 West Berlin 76,000 1987–88 Eintracht Frankfurt VfL Bochum 1–0 28/05/88 West Berlin 76,000 1988–89 Borussia Dortmund Werder Bremen 4–1 24/06/89 West Berlin 76,000 1989–90 1.

FC Kaiserslautern Werder Bremen 3–2 19/05/90 West Berlin 76,000 1990–91 Werder Bremen 1. FC Köln 1–1 (4–3 p) 22/06/91 Berlin 73,000 1991–92 Hannover 96 Borussia Mönchengladbach 0–0 (4–3 p) 23/05/92 Berlin dfb pokal 2021 1992–93 Bayer Leverkusen Hertha BSC II 1–0 12/06/93 Berlin 76,000 1993–94 Werder Bremen Rot-Weiss Essen 3–1 14/05/94 Berlin 76,000 1994–95 Borussia Mönchengladbach VfL Wolfsburg 3–0 dfb pokal 2021 Berlin 75,700 1995–96 1.

FC Kaiserslautern Karlsruher SC 1–0 25/05/96 Berlin 75,800 1996–97 VfB Stuttgart Energie Cottbus 2–0 14/06/97 Berlin 76,400 1997–98 Bayern Munich MSV Duisburg 2–1 16/05/98 Berlin 75,800 1998–99 Werder Bremen Bayern Munich 1–1 (5–4 p) 12/06/99 Berlin 75,841 1999–2000 Bayern Munich Werder Bremen 3–0 06/05/00 Berlin 76,000 2000–01 Schalke 04 Union Berlin 2–0 26/05/01 Berlin 73,011 2001–02 Schalke 04 Bayer Leverkusen 4–2 11/05/02 Berlin 70,000 2002–03 Bayern Munich 1.

FC Kaiserslautern 3–1 31/05/03 Berlin 70,490 2003–04 Werder Bremen Alemannia Aachen 3–2 29/05/04 Berlin 71,682 2004–05 Bayern Munich Schalke 04 2–1 28/05/05 Berlin 74,349 2005–06 Bayern Munich Eintracht Frankfurt 1–0 29/04/06 Berlin 74,349 2006–07 1.

FC Nürnberg VfB Stuttgart 3–2 ( a.e.t.) 26/05/07 Berlin 74,220 2007–08 Bayern Munich Borussia Dortmund 2–1 ( a.e.t.) 19/04/08 Berlin 74,244 2008–09 Werder Bremen Bayer Leverkusen 1–0 30/05/09 Berlin 72,244 2009–10 Bayern Munich Werder Bremen 4–0 15/05/10 Berlin 72,954 2010–11 Schalke 04 MSV Duisburg 5–0 21/05/11 Berlin 75,708 2011–12 Borussia Dortmund Bayern Munich 5–2 12/05/12 Berlin 75,708 2012–13 Bayern Munich VfB Stuttgart 3–2 01/06/13 Berlin 75,420 2013–14 Bayern Munich Borussia Dortmund 2–0 ( a.e.t.) 17/05/14 Berlin 76,197 2014–15 VfL Wolfsburg Borussia Dortmund 3–1 30/05/15 Berlin 75,815 2015–16 Bayern Munich Borussia Dortmund 0–0 (4–3 p) 21/05/16 Berlin 74,322 2016–17 Borussia Dortmund Eintracht Frankfurt 2–1 27/05/17 Berlin 74,322 2017–18 Eintracht Frankfurt Bayern Munich 3–1 19/05/18 Berlin 74,322 2018–19 Bayern Munich RB Leipzig 3–0 25/05/19 Berlin 74,322 2019–20 Bayern Munich Bayer Leverkusen 4–2 04/07/20 Berlin 0 [a] 2020–21 Borussia Dortmund RB Leipzig 4–1 13/05/21 Berlin 0 [a] Performance by club [ edit ] Main article: FDGB-Pokal East Germany also had its own national cup: the FDGB Cup, the cup of the Freie Deutsche Gewerkschaftsbund, the association of the East German trade unions.

It was introduced in 1949 and awarded annually until 1991 after German reunification in 1990 led to the merger of the football leagues of the two Germanys. Women's German Cup [ edit ] Main article: DFB-Pokal Frauen Since 1981 women's football clubs have competed for the DFB-Pokal Frauen.

An East German women's cup was also held from 1987 to 1991. Media coverage [ edit ] 2019–2022 [ edit ] Austria, Germany, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland [ edit ] At least one match per round is aired free on Das Erste (Germany only) and Sport1 respectively, total two matches per round.

All matches are available on Sky Sport. [11] [12] In Austria, one match per round also aired free on ServusTV. [13] International [ edit ] Country Broadcaster Ref Unsold markets YouTube Albania RTSH [14] Brazil ESPN [15] [16] Caribbean Central America Mexico Puerto Rico United States Bosnia and Herzegovina Arena Sport Croatia Macedonia Montenegro Serbia Brunei Astro SuperSport [b] [17] Malaysia Bulgaria Diema Sport Canada OneSoccer [c] [18] South America (exclude Brazil) DirecTV Sports [19] China PPTV Cyprus CytaVision [20] Nova Sports [21] Greece Czech Republic Nova Sport Slovakia Denmark NENT [22] Norway Sweden Finland Yle Estonia TV3 Sport Latvia Lithuania France L'Équipe [c] [23] Georgia Adjarasport Ghana GTV [24] Hong Kong i-Cable Hungary Sport 1 Iran IRIB Indonesia Mola TV [d] [25] [26] Ireland Dfb pokal 2021 Premier Sports United Kingdom Israel Charlton Japan DAZN [27] Korea SPOTV Kosovo ArtSport Netherlands ESPN Philippines Tap Sports Poland Eurosport [28] Portugal Sport TV Romania Orange Sport Russia Match TV Slovenia Šport TV Spain Movistar+ Taiwan ELTA Tajikistan TV Varzish Thailand BBTV 7 [29] Turkey D-Smart [30] MENA ONTime Sports [31] Notes [ edit ] • ^ a b The final was played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany.

• ^ The coverage will available from round of 16 in every seasons • ^ a b Three matches only (both semi finals and a final). • ^ Mola TV replaces Futbal Momentum Asia which pulled their broadcasting rights that should have ended in 2021-22 season which made no one or more Indonesian FTAs (including YouTube) and paid broadcasters to cover the tournament in the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons. References [ edit ] • ^ a b c "DFB Cup Men – Mode".

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Bundesliga Aufstiegsrunde 2. Bundesliga Ligapokal Verdere competities • - • Football tournament season 2020–21 DFB-Pokal Country Germany Dates 11 September 2020 – 13 May 2021 Championship venue Olympiastadion, Berlin Teams 64 Champions Borussia Dortmund (5th title) Runners-up RB Leipzig Europa League Bayer Leverkusen [note 1] Matches played 63 Goals scored 230 (3.65 per match) Attendance 33,841 (537 per match) [note 2] Top goal scorer(s) Jadon Sancho (6 goals) 2021–22 → The 2020–21 DFB-Pokal was the 78th season of the annual German football cup competition.

Sixty-four teams participated in the competition, including all teams from the dfb pokal 2021 year's Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga. The competition began on 11 September 2020 with the first of six rounds and ended on 13 May 2021 with the final at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, a nominally neutral venue, which has hosted the final since 1985. [1] The competition was originally scheduled to begin on 14 August 2020 and conclude on 22 May 2021, though this was delayed due to postponement of the previous season as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

[2] The DFB-Pokal is considered the second-most important club title in German football after the Bundesliga championship. The DFB-Pokal is run by the Dfb pokal 2021 Football Association (DFB).

Bundesliga side Bayern Munich were the two-time defending champions, having defeated Bayer Leverkusen 4–2 in the previous final to clinch a record 20th title. [3] However, Bayern were knocked out of the competition in the second round by second-division side Holstein Kiel, losing on penalties following a 2–2 draw after extra time. [4] Borussia Dortmund won the final 4–1 against RB Leipzig for their fifth title. [5] As winners, Dortmund will feature in the 2021 edition of the DFL-Supercup at the start of the next season, and will face the champion of the 2020–21 Bundesliga, Bayern Munich.

The winner of the DFB-Pokal also earns automatic qualification for the group stage of the 2021–22 edition of the UEFA Europa League.

However, as Dortmund already qualified for the 2021–22 edition of the UEFA Champions League through their position in the Bundesliga, the spot will go to the team in sixth, and the league's UEFA Europa Conference League play-off round spot will go to the team in seventh. Contents • 1 Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic • 2 Participating clubs • 3 Format • 3.1 Participation • 3.2 Draw • 3.3 Match rules • 3.4 Suspensions • 3.5 Champion qualification • 4 Schedule • 5 Matches • 5.1 First round • 5.2 Second round • 5.3 Round of 16 • 5.4 Quarter-finals • 5.5 Semi-finals • 5.6 Final • 6 Top goalscorers • 7 Notes • 8 References • dfb pokal 2021 External links Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic [ edit ] On 31 August 2020, the DFB Executive Committee decided to extend the use of five substitutions in matches to the 2020–21 season, which was implemented at the end of the previous season to lessen the impact of fixture congestion caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

[6] [7] The use of five substitutes, based on the decision of competition organisers, had been extended by IFAB until 2021. [8] Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany and the high economic and organisational effort required to host the fixture, including loss of ticket revenue for matches behind closed doors, many amateur teams in the competition decided to waive their home rights and exchange the duty of hosting the match with their opponents.

[9] The DFB in general will allow spectators if approved by the local dfb pokal 2021 department, though away supporters are not permitted at the start of the competition. [10] Participating clubs [ edit ] The following 64 teams qualified for dfb pokal 2021 competition: Bundesliga the 18 clubs of the 2019–20 season 2. Bundesliga the 18 clubs of the 2019–20 season 3.

Liga the top 4 clubs of the 2019–20 season • Dfb pokal 2021 Augsburg • Hertha BSC • Union Berlin • Werder Bremen • Borussia Dortmund • Fortuna Düsseldorf • Eintracht Frankfurt • SC Freiburg • 1899 Hoffenheim • 1. FC Köln • RB Leipzig • Bayer Leverkusen • Mainz 05 • Borussia Mönchengladbach • Bayern Munich • SC Paderborn • Schalke 04 • VfL Wolfsburg • Dfb pokal 2021 Aue • Arminia Bielefeld • VfL Bochum • Darmstadt 98 • Dynamo Dresden • Greuther Fürth • Hamburger SV • Hannover 96 • 1.

FC Heidenheim • Karlsruher SC • Holstein Kiel • 1. FC Nürnberg • VfL Osnabrück • Jahn Regensburg • SV Sandhausen • FC St.

Pauli • VfB Stuttgart • Wehen Wiesbaden • Würzburger Kickers • Eintracht Braunschweig • FC Ingolstadt • MSV Duisburg [note 3] Representatives of the regional associations 24 representatives of 21 regional associations of the DFB, qualify (in general) through the 2019–20 Verbandspokal [note 4] Baden • Waldhof Mannheim Bavaria [note 5] • 1860 Munich ( CW) [note 6] • 1. FC Schweinfurt ( RB) [note 7] Berlin • VSG Altglienicke Brandenburg • Union Fürstenwalde Bremen • FC Oberneuland Hamburg • Eintracht Norderstedt Hesse • TSV Steinbach Haiger Lower Rhine • Rot-Weiss Essen Lower Saxony [note 8] • TSV Havelse ( 3L/RL) • Eintracht Celle ( Am.) Mecklenburg-Vorpommern • Hansa Rostock Middle Rhine • 1.

FC Düren Rhineland • FV Engers Saarland • SV Elversberg Saxony • Chemnitzer FC Saxony-Anhalt • 1. FC Magdeburg [note 9] Schleswig-Holstein • SV Todesfelde South Baden • 1. FC Rielasingen-Arlen Southwest • 1. FC Kaiserslautern Thuringia • Carl Zeiss Jena Westphalia [note 10] • RSV Meinerzhagen ( CW) • SC Wiedenbrück ( PO) Württemberg • SSV Ulm Format [ edit ] Participation [ edit ] The DFB-Pokal begins with a round of 64 teams. The 36 teams of the Bundesliga and 2.

Bundesliga, along with the top 4 finishers of the 3. Liga are automatically qualified for the tournament. Of the remaining slots, 21 are given to the cup winners of the regional football associations, the Verbandspokal. The 3 remaining slots are given to the three regional associations with the most men's teams, which currently is Bavaria, Lower Saxony, and Westphalia.

The best-placed amateur team of the Regionalliga Bayern is given the Spot for Bavaria. For Lower Saxony, the Lower Saxony Cup is split into two paths: one for 3. Liga and Regionalliga Nord teams, and the other for amateur teams. The winners of each path qualify. For Westphalia, the winner of a play-off between the best-placed team of the Regionalliga West and Oberliga Westfalen also qualify.

As every team is entitled to participate in local tournaments which qualify for the association cups, every team can in principle compete in the DFB-Pokal. Reserve teams and combined football sections are not permitted to enter, along with no two dfb pokal 2021 of the same association or corporation.

[14] Draw [ edit ] The draws for the different rounds are conducted as following: [14] For the first round, the participating teams will be split into two pots of 32 teams each.

The first pot contains all teams which have qualified through their regional dfb pokal 2021 competitions, the best four teams of the 3.

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Liga, and the bottom four teams of the 2. Bundesliga. Every team from this pot will be drawn to a team from the second pot, which contains all remaining professional teams (all the teams of the Bundesliga and the remaining fourteen 2. Bundesliga teams).

The teams from the first pot will be set as the home team in the process. The two-pot scenario will also be applied for the second round, with the remaining 3.

Liga and/or amateur team(s) in the first pot and the remaining Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga teams in the other pot. Once again, the 3. Liga and/or amateur team(s) will serve as hosts. This time the pots do not have to be of equal size though, depending on the results of the first round. Theoretically, it is even possible that there may be only one pot, if all of the teams from one of dfb pokal 2021 pots from the first round beat all the others in the second pot.

Once one pot is empty, the remaining pairings will be drawn from the other pot with the first-drawn team for a match serving as hosts. For the remaining rounds, the draw will be conducted from just one pot. Any remaining 3. Liga and/or amateur team(s) will be the home team if drawn against a professional team. In every other case, the first-drawn team will serve as hosts. Match rules [ edit ] Teams meet in one game per round.

Matches take place for 90 minutes, with two halves of dfb pokal 2021 minutes. If still tied after regulation, 30 minutes of extra time will be played, consisting of two periods of 15 minutes. If the score is still level after this, the match will be decided by a penalty shoot-out.

A coin toss will decide who takes the first penalty. [14] A maximum of nine players can be listed on the substitute bench, while a maximum of five substitutions are allowed. [7] However, each team is only given three opportunities to make substitutions, with a fourth opportunity in extra time, excluding substitutions made at half-time, before the start of extra time and at half-time in extra time.

[15] From the quarter-finals onward, a video assistant referee will be appointed for all DFB-Pokal matches. Though technically possible, VAR will not be used for home matches of Bundesliga clubs prior to the quarter-finals in order to provide a uniform approach to all matches. [16] Suspensions [ edit ] If a player receives five yellow cards in the competition, he will then be suspended from the next cup match.

Similarly, receiving a second yellow card suspends a player from the next cup match. If a player receives a direct red card, they will be suspended a minimum of one match, but the German Football Association reserves the right to increase the suspension. [14] Champion qualification [ edit ] The winner of the DFB-Pokal earns automatic qualification for the group stage of next year's edition of the UEFA Europa Dfb pokal 2021.

If they have already qualified for the UEFA Champions League through position in the Bundesliga, then the spot will go to the team in sixth, and the league's second qualifying round spot will go to the team in seventh. Dfb pokal 2021 winner also will host the DFL-Supercup at the start of the next season, and will dfb pokal 2021 the champion of the previous year's Bundesliga, unless the same team wins the Bundesliga and the DFB-Pokal, completing a double.

In that case, the runner-up of the Bundesliga will take the spot and host instead. Schedule [ edit ] The Olympiastadion in Berlin will host the final. All draws were generally be held at the German Football Museum in Dortmund, on a Sunday evening at 18:00 after each round (unless noted otherwise).

The draws were televised on ARD's Sportschau, broadcast on Das Erste. [17] The rounds of the 2020–21 competition were scheduled as follows: [1] Round Draw date Matches First round 26 July 2020 11–14 September 2020 [note 11] Second round 8 November 2020 [note 12] 22–23 December 2020 [note 13] Round of 16 3 January 2021 2–3 February 2021 Quarter-finals 7 February 2021 2–3 March 2021 [note 14] Semi-finals 7 March 2021 30 April – 1 May 2021 [note 15] Final 13 May 2021 at Olympiastadion, Berlin [note 16] Matches [ edit ] A total of sixty-three matches took place, starting with the first round on 14 August 2020 and culminating with the final on 22 May 2021 at the Olympiastadion in Berlin.

Times up to 25 October 2020 and from 28 March 2021 are CEST ( UTC+2). Times from 26 October 2020 to 27 March 2021 are CET ( UTC+1). First round [ edit ] The draw for the first round was held on 26 July 2020 at 18:30, with Heike Ullrich drawing the matches.

As the winners of the Verbandspokal were not yet known, placeholders were used in the draw. [18] Since SV Rödinghausen could still qualify as both the Westphalian Cup winner and the play-off winner at the time of the draw, the assignment of the two Westphalian teams required an additional draw after both competitions were completed.

[19] [20] The second draw, which included RSV Meinerzhagen and SC Wiedenbrück, took place at the DFB headquarters in Frankfurt on 26 August 2020, 10:45, with Renate Lingor drawing the matches.

[21] The thirty-two matches took place from 11 to 14 September, 15 October and 3 November 2020. [22] • Ibišević 39 ' • Schöpf 44 ', 81 ' • Raman 86 ' Stadium: Veltins-Arena Attendance: 0 [note 18] Referee: Sven Jablonski Second round [ edit ] The draw for the second round was held on 8 November 2020 at 18:30, with Inka Grings drawing the matches.

[26] It was originally scheduled for 18 October 2020 at 18:00, but was delayed due to the postponement of one first round match to November 2020. [27] [28] The sixteen matches took place from 22 to 23 December 2020 and from 12 to 13 January 2021.

[29] • Thuram 45+1 ' • Pléa 50 ' Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Arena Attendance: 0 [note 18] Referee: Daniel Siebert Quarter-finals [ edit ] The draw for the quarter-finals was dfb pokal 2021 on 7 February 2021 at 18:30, with Boris Herrmann drawing the matches.

[34] The four matches took place from 2 to 3 March and 7 April 2021. [35] Referee: Felix Brych ( Munich) Dfb pokal 2021 goalscorers [ edit ] The following were the top scorers of the DFB-Pokal, sorted first by number of goals, and then alphabetically if necessary.

[41] Goals scored in penalty shoot-outs are not included. Rank Player Team Goals 1 Jadon Sancho Borussia Dortmund 6 2 Yussuf Poulsen RB Leipzig 5 3 Dennis Srbeny Dfb pokal 2021 Paderborn 4 4 Simon Engelmann Rot-Weiss Essen 3 Erling Dfb pokal 2021 Borussia Dortmund Patrick Herrmann Borussia Mönchengladbach Hwang Hee-chan RB Leipzig Martin Kobylański Eintracht Braunschweig Andrej Kramarić 1899 Hoffenheim Jean-Philippe Mateta Mainz 05 Marco Meyerhöfer Greuther Fürth Sven Michel SC Paderborn Benito Raman Schalke 04 Giovanni Reyna Borussia Dortmund Janni Serra Holstein Kiel João Victor VfL Wolfsburg Wout Weghorst VfL Wolfsburg Notes [ edit ] • ^ Since the winners of the DFB-Pokal, Borussia Dortmund, qualified for the Champions League based on their league position, the Europa League group stage spot awarded to the DFB-Pokal winner was passed to the sixth-placed team in the Bundesliga, Bayer Leverkusen.

• ^ Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany, each local health department allows a different number of spectators. • ^ MSV Duisburg qualified as the fifth-placed team of the 3. Liga as the champions Bayern Munich II were ineligible to participate. • ^ The three regions with the most participating teams in their league competitions (Bavaria, Lower Saxony, and Westphalia) are allowed to enter two teams for the competition.

• ^ In addition to the Bavarian Cup winners, the best-placed amateur team of the Regionalliga Bayern also qualify. • ^ 1860 Munich qualified regardless of the outcome of the final of the Bavarian Cup, as Würzburger Kickers, the other finalists, already qualified for the DFB-Pokal through their 3. Liga position. • ^ In September 2020, Türkgücü München appealed to the Munich district court (Landgericht München I) regarding the Bavarian Football Association's decision to register 1. FC Schweinfurt for the DFB-Pokal as the representative of the Regionalliga Bayern instead of Türkgücü München.

This was a result of the extension of the 2019–20 Regionalliga Bayern season until 2021, which saw Türkgücü München promoted in mid-2020, though they not receive the DFB-Pokal spot reserved for the best-placed amateur team of the league, which was given to the highest-placed team after Türkgücü München left the league, 1. FC Schweinfurt. [11] On 27 October 2020, the judgement of a Nuremberg arbitral tribunal was pronounced, confirming the position of the Bavarian Football Association to register 1.

FC Schweinfurt for the DFB-Pokal. [12] • ^ The Lower Saxony Cup is split into two paths: one for 3. Liga and Regionalliga Nord teams, and the other for amateur teams. The winners of each path qualify. • ^ The Dfb pokal 2021 Cup was abandoned on 15 July. The Saxony-Anhalt Football Association and the remaining participants agreed to enter 1. FC Magdeburg in the DFB-Pokal.

[13] • ^ In addition to the Westphalian Cup winners, the winners of a play-off between the best-placed amateur Westphalian team of the Regionalliga West and the best-placed amateur team of the Oberliga Westfalen also qualify. • ^ Originally scheduled from 14–17 August 2020. Due to special circumstances, one match was played on 15 October 2020 and another on 3 November 2020.

• ^ Originally scheduled for 18 October 2020. • ^ Originally scheduled from 27–28 October 2020. Due to special circumstances, two matches were played on 12–13 January 2021.

• ^ Due to special circumstances, one match was played on 7 April 2021. • ^ Originally scheduled from 1–2 May 2021. The dates were subject to possible rescheduling to 20–21 April 2021, in a swap with matchday 30 of the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga, though this ultimately did not occur. • ^ Originally scheduled on 22 May 2021. • ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany and the organisational effort required to host the fixture, the teams dfb pokal 2021 the home rights to the match.

[9] [23] • ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai dfb pokal 2021 ak al am an ao ap The match was played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany.

• ^ The Union Fürstenwalde v VfL Wolfsburg match took place at the AOK-Stadion instead of VfL Wolfsburg's home stadium, the Volkswagen Arena. • ^ The SC Wiedenbrück v SC Paderborn match took place at the Heidewald Stadion in Gütersloh instead of SC Wiedenbrück's home stadium, the Jahnstadion in Rheda-Wiedenbrück. • ^ The 1. FC Düren v Bayern Munich match, originally scheduled on 11 September 2020, 20:45, dfb pokal 2021 rescheduled to 15 October 2020 following a request by Bayern Munich, as they reached the 2020 UEFA Champions League Final in August and had a heavy schedule in September.

[24] • ^ The 1. FC Schweinfurt v Schalke 04 match, originally scheduled on 13 September 2020, 15:30, was postponed on 11 September 2020 due to the legal challenge of Türkgücü München regarding the spot allocated to the representative of the Regionalliga Bayern.

[11] On 27 October 2020, it was announced that the match was rescheduled for 3 November 2020. [25] • ^ The Bayer Leverkusen v Eintracht Frankfurt match, originally scheduled on 23 December 2020, 20:45, was rescheduled to 12 January 2021 following a request by Bayer Leverkusen, as they had a heavy schedule in December.

[30] • ^ The Holstein Kiel v Bayern Munich match was scheduled for 13 January 2021, outside the allotted window in the schedule, following a request by Bayern Munich, as they had a heavy schedule in December. [31] • ^ The Jahn Regensburg v Werder Bremen match, originally scheduled on 2 March 2021, 18:30, was postponed to 7 April 2021 after the Dfb pokal 2021 Regensburg team were placed into quarantine due to players and staff members of the club testing positive for SARS-CoV-2.

[36] [37] • ^ The Dfb pokal 2021 Bremen v RB Leipzig match, originally scheduled on 2 May 2021, 20:30, was rescheduled to 30 April 2021 for undisclosed reasons. [40] References [ edit ] • ^ a b c "Rahmenterminkalender 2020/2021: Saison startet mit DFB-Pokal" [Framework schedule 2020–21: Season starts with DFB-Pokal].

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DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 5 December 2019. Retrieved 5 December 2019. • ^ "4:2 gegen Leverkusen: 20. Pokalsieg für den FC Bayern" [4–2 against Leverkusen: 20th cup win for FC Bayern]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 4 July 2020. Retrieved 5 July 2020. • ^ "Holstein Kiel 2–2 Bayern Munich (6–5 pens): Second tier side stun German Cup holders". BBC Sport. 13 January 2021. Retrieved 13 January 2021. • ^ "4:1 gegen Leipzig: Dortmund feiert fünften Pokalsieg" [4–1 against Leipzig: Dortmund celebrates fifth cup win].

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20 October 2017. Retrieved 21 October 2017. • ^ "Kehl lost erste Runde dfb pokal 2021 der ARD aus" [Kehl draws the first round on ARD]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 8 June 2017. Retrieved 8 June 2017. • ^ "Keller und Ullrich losen erste Pokalrunde aus" [Keller and Ullrich draw first cup round].

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Westphalian Football and Athletics Association. 26 August 2020. Retrieved 26 August 2020. • ^ "Pokalgegner für Paderborn und Greuther Fürth ausgelost" [Cup opponents for Paderborn and Greuther Fürth drawn]. Sport.de. 26 August 2020. Retrieved 27 August 2020. • ^ "FC Bayern trifft auf Pokalsieger Mittelrhein" [FC Bayern meets Middle Rhine Cup winner].

DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 26 July 2020. Retrieved 26 July 2020. • ^ "Für ein Freundschaftsspiel: Schalke und Ulm tauschen Heimrecht" [For a friendly match: Schalke and Ulm exchange home rights]. kicker.de (in German). kicker. 18 November 2020. Retrieved 18 November 2020. • ^ "Auftaktspiel des FC Bayern im Pokal verlegt" [FC Bayern's opening game in the cup postponed].

DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 27 August 2020. Retrieved 27 August 2020. • ^ "Pokalspiel Schweinfurt vs. Schalke angesetzt" [Schweinfurt vs. Schalke cup match scheduled]. DFB.de (in German).

German Football Association. 27 October 2020. Retrieved 27 October 2020. • ^ "DFB-Pokalwettbewerbe: Inka Grings lost aus" [DFB-Pokal competitions: Inka Grings draws]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 3 November 2020 .

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Retrieved 3 November 2020. • ^ "Die Bestimmungen für die erste Pokalrunde" [The provisions for the first cup round]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 11 September 2020. Retrieved 15 September 2020. • ^ "Auslosung der 2. Runde erneut verschoben" [Second round draw postponed again]. kicker.de (in German). kicker-sportmagazin. 11 October 2020. Retrieved 15 October 2020. • ^ "2. Runde: FC Bayern reist nach Kiel, Freiburg nach Stuttgart" [Second round: FC Bayern travels to Kiel, Freiburg to Stuttgart].

DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 8 November 2020. Retrieved 8 November 2020. • ^ "Pokalspiel Leverkusen gegen Frankfurt verlegt" [Cup match Leverkusen versus Frankfurt rescheduled]. kicker.de (in German). kicker. 3 December 2020.

Retrieved 3 December 2020. • ^ "Bayern-Wunsch erfüllt: Pokalspiel in Kiel wird verlegt" [Bayern wish fulfilled: Cup match in Kiel rescheduled]. kicker.de (in German). kicker. 13 November 2020. Retrieved 13 November 2020. • ^ "Pokalauslosung mit Hannawald am 3. Januar" [Cup draw with Hannawald on 3 January]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 22 December 2020. Retrieved 22 December 2020.

• ^ "Zwei Dfb pokal 2021 im Achtelfinale" [Two Bundesliga duels in the round of 16]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 3 January 2021. Retrieved 3 January 2021. • ^ "Weltumsegler Boris Herrmann lost DFB-Pokalviertelfinale aus" [Yachtsman Boris Herrmann draws DFB-Pokal quarter-finals].

DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 2 February 2021. Retrieved 2 February 2021. • ^ "Mönchengladbach empfängt den BVB" [Mönchengladbach hosts BVB]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 7 February 2021. Retrieved dfb pokal 2021 February 2021. • ^ "Jahn in Quarantäne: Viertelfinale Regensburg vs.

Bremen abgesagt" [Jahn in quarantine: Regensburg vs. Bremen quarter-final cancelled]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 1 March 2021. Retrieved 1 March 2021. • ^ "Viertelfinale Regensburg gegen Bremen wird am 7. April nachgeholt" [Regensburg vs. Bremen quarter-final to be made up on 7 April].

DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 5 March 2021. Retrieved 5 March 2021. • ^ "Bärbel Wohlleben lost Pokalhalbfinale aus" [Bärbel Dfb pokal 2021 draws cup semi-finals]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 1 March 2021. Retrieved 1 March 2021.

• ^ "Halbfinale: Kiel reist zum BVB, RB auswärts" [Semi-finals: Kiel travels to BVB, RB away]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 7 March 2021. Retrieved 7 March 2021. • ^ "Halbfinale Regensburg/Bremen gegen Leipzig wird verlegt" [Semi-final Regensburg/Bremen versus Leipzig is being rescheduled]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 26 March 2021. Retrieved 26 March 2021. • ^ "DFB-Pokal – Torjäger 2020/21" [DFB-Pokal: Goalscorers 2020–21]. kicker.de (in German). kicker-sportmagazin.

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Goals scored in penalty shoot-outs not included. The 2021–22 DFB-Pokal is the 79th season of the annual German football cup competition. Sixty-four teams participate in the competition, including all teams from the previous year's Bundesliga and 2.

Bundesliga. The competition began on 6 August 2021 with the first of six rounds and will end on 21 May 2022 with the final at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, a nominally neutral venue, which has hosted the final since 1985. [1] The DFB-Pokal is considered the second-most important club title in German football after the Bundesliga championship.

The DFB-Pokal is run by the German Football Association (DFB). Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund were the defending champions, having defeated RB Leipzig 4–1 in the previous final to clinch their fifth title, [2] dfb pokal 2021 lost to FC St.

Pauli in the round of 16. [3] The winner of the DFB-Pokal earns automatic qualification for the group stage of the 2022–23 edition of the UEFA Europa League. If they have already qualified for the UEFA Champions League through position in the Bundesliga, then the spot will go to the team in sixth, and the league's UEFA Europa Conference League play-off round spot will go to the team in seventh. The winner also will host the 2022 edition of the DFL-Supercup at the start of the next season, and will face the champion of the 2021–22 Bundesliga.

Contents • 1 Participating clubs • 2 Format • 2.1 Participation • 2.2 Draw • 2.3 Match rules • 2.4 Suspensions • 2.5 Champion qualification • 3 Schedule • 4 Matches • 4.1 First round • 4.2 Second round • 4.3 Round of 16 • 4.4 Quarter-finals • 4.5 Semi-finals • 4.6 Final • 5 Top goalscorers • 6 Notes • 7 References • 8 External links Participating clubs [ edit ] The following teams qualified for the competition: Bundesliga the 18 clubs of the 2020–21 season 2.

Bundesliga the 18 clubs of the 2020–21 season 3. Liga the top 4 clubs of the 2020–21 season • FC Augsburg • Hertha BSC • Union Berlin • Arminia Bielefeld • Werder Bremen • Borussia Dortmund • Eintracht Frankfurt • SC Freiburg • 1899 Hoffenheim • 1. FC Köln • RB Leipzig • Bayer Leverkusen • Mainz 05 • Borussia Mönchengladbach • Bayern Munich • Schalke 04 • VfB Stuttgart • VfL Wolfsburg • Erzgebirge Aue • VfL Bochum • Eintracht Braunschweig • Darmstadt 98 • Fortuna Düsseldorf • Greuther Fürth • Hamburger SV • Hannover 96 • 1.

FC Heidenheim • Karlsruher SC • Holstein Kiel • 1. FC Nürnberg • VfL Osnabrück • SC Paderborn • Jahn Regensburg • SV Sandhausen • FC St. Pauli • Würzburger Kickers • Dynamo Dresden • Hansa Rostock • 1860 Munich • FC Ingolstadt Representatives of the regional associations 24 representatives of 21 regional associations of the DFB, qualify (in general) through the 2020–21 Verbandspokal [note 2] Baden • Waldhof Mannheim Bavaria [note 3] • Türkgücü München ( CW) • SpVgg Bayreuth ( LC) Berlin • BFC Dynamo [note 4] Brandenburg • SV Babelsberg Bremen • Bremer SV Hamburg • Eintracht Norderstedt Hesse • Wehen Wiesbaden Lower Rhine • Wuppertaler SV Lower Saxony [note 5] • SV Meppen ( 3L/RL) • VfL Oldenburg ( Am.) [note 6] Mecklenburg-Vorpommern • Greifswalder FC dfb pokal 2021 7] Middle Rhine • Viktoria Köln Rhineland • Rot-Weiß Koblenz dfb pokal 2021 8] Saarland • SV Elversberg Saxony • Lokomotive Dfb pokal 2021 Saxony-Anhalt • 1.

FC Magdeburg [note 9] Schleswig-Holstein • Weiche Flensburg South Baden • FC 08 Villingen Southwest • 1. FC Kaiserslautern [note 10] Thuringia • Carl Zeiss Jena Westphalia [note 11] • Sportfreunde Lotte ( CW) [note 12] • Preußen Münster ( RL) Württemberg • SSV Ulm Format [ edit ] Participation [ edit ] The DFB-Pokal begins with a round of 64 teams.

The 36 teams of the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga, along with the top 4 finishers of the 3. Liga are automatically qualified for the tournament. Of the remaining slots, 21 are given to the cup winners of the regional football associations, the Verbandspokal.

The 3 remaining slots are given to the three regional associations with the most men's teams, which currently is Bavaria, Lower Saxony, and Westphalia. The best-placed amateur team of the Regionalliga Bayern is given the spot for Bavaria.

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For Lower Saxony, the Lower Saxony Cup is split into two paths: one for 3. Liga and Regionalliga Nord teams, and the other for amateur teams. The winners of each path qualify. For Westphalia, the best-placed team of the Regionalliga West also qualifies.

[16] As every team is entitled to participate in local tournaments which qualify for the association cups, every dfb pokal 2021 can in principle compete in the DFB-Pokal. Reserve teams and combined football sections are not permitted to enter, along with no two teams of the same association or corporation. [18] Draw [ edit ] The draws for the different rounds are conducted as following: [18] For the first round, the participating teams will be split into two pots of 32 teams each.

The first pot contains all teams which have qualified through their regional cup competitions, the best four teams of the 3. Liga, and the bottom four teams of the 2.

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Bundesliga. Every team from this pot will be drawn to a team from the second pot, which contains all remaining professional teams (all the teams of the Bundesliga and the remaining fourteen 2. Bundesliga teams). The teams from the first pot will be set as the home team in the process. The two-pot scenario will also be applied for the second round, with the remaining 3.

Liga and/or amateur team(s) in the first pot and the remaining Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga teams in the other pot. Once again, the 3. Liga and/or amateur team(s) will serve as hosts. This time the pots do not have to be of equal size though, depending on the results of the first round.

Theoretically, it is even possible that there may be only one pot, if all of the teams from one of the pots from the first round beat all the others in the second pot. Once one pot is empty, the remaining pairings will be drawn from the other pot with the first-drawn team for a match serving as hosts. For the remaining rounds, the draw will be conducted from just one pot.

Any remaining 3. Liga and/or amateur team(s) will be the home dfb pokal 2021 if drawn against a professional team. In every other case, the first-drawn team will serve as hosts.

Match rules [ edit ] Teams meet in one game per round. Matches take place for 90 minutes, with two halves of 45 minutes. If still tied after regulation, 30 minutes of extra time will be played, consisting of two periods of 15 minutes. If the score is still level after this, the match will be decided by a penalty shoot-out. A coin toss will decide who takes the first penalty. [18] A maximum dfb pokal 2021 nine players can be listed on the substitute bench, while a maximum of five substitutions are allowed.

[19] However, each team is only given three opportunities to make substitutions, with a fourth opportunity in extra time, excluding substitutions made at half-time, before the start of extra time and at half-time in extra time. [20] From the quarter-finals onward, a video assistant referee will be appointed for all DFB-Pokal matches.

Though technically possible, VAR will not be used for home matches of Bundesliga clubs prior to the quarter-finals in order to provide a uniform approach to all matches. [21] Suspensions [ edit ] If a player receives five yellow cards in the competition, he will then be suspended from the next cup match.

Similarly, receiving a second yellow card suspends a player from the next cup match. If a player receives a direct red card, they will be suspended a minimum of one match, but the German Football Association reserves the right to increase the suspension. [18] Champion qualification [ edit ] The winner of the DFB-Pokal earns automatic qualification for the group stage of next year's edition of the UEFA Europa League.

If they have already qualified for the UEFA Champions League through position in the Bundesliga, then the spot will go to the team in sixth, and the league's second qualifying round spot will go to the team in seventh. The winner also will host the DFL-Supercup at the start of the next season, and will face the champion of the previous year's Bundesliga, unless the same team wins the Bundesliga and the DFB-Pokal, completing a double.

In that case, dfb pokal 2021 runner up of the Bundesliga will take dfb pokal 2021 spot and host instead. Schedule [ edit ] The Olympiastadion in Berlin will host the final. All draws will generally be held at the German Football Museum in Dortmund, on a Sunday evening at 18:00 after each round (unless noted otherwise).

The draws will be televised on ARD's Sportschau, broadcast on Das Erste. From the quarter-finals onwards, the draw for the DFB-Pokal Frauen will also take place at the same time. [22] The rounds of the 2021–22 competition are scheduled as follows: [1] Round Draw date Matches First round 4 July 2021 6–9 August 2021 [note 13] Second round 29 August 2021 [note 14] 26–27 October 2021 Round of 16 31 October 2021 18–19 January 2022 Quarter-finals 30 January 2022 1–2 March 2022 Semi-finals 6 March 2022 19–20 April 2022 Final 21 May 2022 at Olympiastadion, Berlin Matches [ edit ] A total of sixty-three matches will take place, dfb pokal 2021 with the first round on 6 August 2021 and culminating with the final on 21 May 2022 at the Olympiastadion in Berlin.

Times up to 30 October 2021 and from 27 March 2022 are CEST ( UTC+2). Times from 31 October 2021 to 26 March 2022 are CET ( UTC+1). First round [ edit ] The draw for the first round was held on 4 July 2021 at 18:30, with Thomas Broich drawing the matches. [23] [24] The thirty-two matches will take place from 6 to 25 August 2021.

[1] • Brekalo 90 ' • Weghorst 103 ' • Baku 120+1 ' Stadium: Preußenstadion Attendance: 6,703 Referee: Christian Dingert Note: The match originally ended 1–3 for Wolfsburg after extra time. Wolfsburg used a total of six substitutes, while only five were allowed, and were disqualified after a protest by Preußen Münster.

[25] • Choupo-Moting 8 ', 28 ', 35 ', 82 ' • Musiala 16 ', 48 ' • Warm 27 ' ( o.g.) • Tillman 47 ' • Sané 65 ' • Cuisance 80 ' • Sarr 86 dfb pokal 2021 • Tolisso 88 ' Stadium: Wohninvest Weserstadion Attendance: 10,093 Referee: Nicolas Winter Second round [ edit ] The draw for the second round was held dfb pokal 2021 29 August 2021 at 18:30, with Ronald Rauhe drawing the matches. [22] [28] [29] The sixteen matches took place from 26 to 27 October 2021. [1] • Modeste 72 ', 77 ' Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Arena Attendance: 25,000 Referee: Deniz Aytekin Round of 16 [ edit ] The draw for the round of 16 was held on 31 October 2021 at 18:30.

[22] The matches were drawn by Dfb pokal 2021 Zimmermann, the chairman of SG Ahrtal, one of the football clubs affected by the 2021 floods in Germany. [30] [31] The eight matches took place from 18 to 19 January 2022.

[1] • Voglsammer 11 ' • Stark 50 ' ( o.g.) • Knoche 55 ' Stadium: Olympiastadion Attendance: 3,000 Referee: Deniz Aytekin Quarter-finals [ edit ] The draw for the quarter-finals was held on 30 January 2022 at 19:15. Felix Neureuther was scheduled to draw the matches, but had to cancel; the draw was then performed by Norbert Dickel. [32] [33] The four matches dfb pokal 2021 take place from 1 to 2 March 2022.

[1] Referee: Sascha Stegemann ( Niederkassel) Top goalscorers [ edit ] The following are the top scorers of the DFB-Pokal, sorted first by number of goals, and then alphabetically if necessary. [36] Goals scored in penalty shoot-outs are not included. As of 19 April 2022 Rank Player Team Goals 1 Robert Glatzel Hamburger SV 5 2 Maximilian Beier Hannover 96 4 Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting Bayern Munich Erling Haaland Borussia Dortmund Miloš Pantović VfL Bochum Vincenzo Grifo SC Freiburg 7 Jonathan Burkardt Mainz 05 3 Anthony Modeste 1.

FC Köln Christopher Nkunku RB Leipzig 10 24 players 2 Notes [ edit ] • ^ Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany, each local health department allows a different number of spectators. • ^ The three regions dfb pokal 2021 the most participating teams in their league competitions (Bavaria, Lower Saxony, and Westphalia) are allowed to enter two teams for the competition. • ^ In addition to the Bavarian Cup winners, the winners of the Bavarian Regional League Cup [ de] also qualify.

[4] • ^ The Berlin Football Association registered BFC Dynamo for the DFB-Pokal; however, on 1 July 2021, another club, later revealed to be Blau-Weiß Berlin, filed an appeal against this decision with the DFB Federal Court.

[5] The appeal was turned down on 26 July 2021, allowing BFC Dynamo to participate in the DFB-Pokal. [6] • ^ The Lower Saxony Cup is split into two paths: one for 3. Liga and Regionalliga Nord teams, and the other for amateur teams.

The winners of each path qualify. • ^ The amateurs' path of the Lower Saxony Cup was abandoned on 19 May 2021. VfL Oldenburg was awarded the DFB-Pokal berth after a draw between the remaining participants. [7] • ^ The Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Cup was abandoned on 20 May 2021. The Mecklenburg-Vorpommern State Football Association entered the second-best-ranked team, Greifswalder FC, in the DFB-Pokal since the best-ranked team, Hansa Rostock, had already qualified through their 3.

Liga position. [8] • ^ The Rhineland Cup will be completed on 24 July 2021, after the DFB-Pokal registration deadline. [9] Therefore, a "qualification match" was played between Rot-Weiß Koblenz, the best-ranked remaining team, and VfB Linz, who were drawn from the other remaining participants. [10] [11] • ^ On 24 April 2021, the Saxony-Anhalt Cup was paused and will be continued in 2021–22 starting with the round of 16. The 3. Liga teams Hallescher FC and 1.

FC Magdeburg played a "qualification match" to determine the DFB-Pokal participant. [12] On 28 May 2021, this decision was overturned by the association court. [13] The dispute was settled on 23 June 2021, allowing Magdeburg to participate in the DFB-Pokal.

[14] • ^ The Southwestern Cup was abandoned on 14 June 2021. The Southwest German Football Association entered the best-ranked team, 1.

FC Kaiserslautern, in the DFB-Pokal. [15] • ^ In addition to the Westphalian Cup winners, the best-placed Westphalian team of the Regionalliga West also qualifies. [16] • ^ Sportfreunde Lotte qualified regardless of the outcome of the final of the Westphalian Cup, as Preußen Münster, the other finalists, already qualified for the DFB-Pokal through their Regionalliga West position.

[17] • ^ Due to special circumstances, one match was played on 25 August 2021. • ^ Originally scheduled for 15 August 2021. • ^ The VfL Oldenburg v Fortuna Düsseldorf match took place at the Marschweg-Stadion instead of VfL Oldenburg's home stadium, the Stadion Alexanderstraße. • ^ The Bremer SV v Bayern Munich match, originally scheduled on 6 August 2021, 20:45, was postponed because Bremer SV was put in quarantine, after several positive SARS‑CoV‑2 tests by their players.

[26] [27] • ^ The Bremer SV v Bayern Munich match took place at the Wohninvest Weserstadion instead of Bremer SV's home stadium, the Stadion am Panzenberg. • ^ The match was played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany. References [ edit ] • ^ a b c d e f g h "DFB-Präsidium verabschiedet Rahmenterminkalender 2021/2022" [DFB executive committee passes framework schedule 2021/2022]. DFB.de. German Football Association. 4 December 2020.

Retrieved 4 December 2020. • ^ "4:1 gegen Leipzig: Dortmund feiert fünften Pokalsieg" [4–1 against Leipzig: Dortmund celebrates fifth cup win]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 13 May 2021. Retrieved 13 May 2021. • ^ "Holders Borussia Dortmund were knocked out of the German Cup on Tuesday when they suffered a shock last-16 defeat to second division side St Pauli". bbc.com. BBC. 18 January 2022. Retrieved 19 January 2022. • ^ "Regionalliga Bayern: Ligapokal-Modus und Terminplan fix" [Regionalliga Bayern: League Cup mode and schedule established].

bfv.de (in German). Bavarian Football Association. 21 July 2020. Retrieved 4 December 2020. • ^ "Auslosung mit neutraler Kugel – VfB Stuttgart kennt Gegner noch nicht" [Draw with neutral ball – VfB Stuttgart doesn't know opponent yet].

kicker.de (in German). kicker. 4 July 2021. Retrieved 5 July 2021. • ^ "Pokal-Partie bestätigt: BFC Dynamo spielt gegen VfB Stuttgart" [Cup match confirmed: BFC Dynamo will play against VfB Stuttgart].

kicker.de (in German). kicker. 26 July 2021. Retrieved 26 July 2021. • ^ "Kein Losglück: Arminia Hannover und die Krähen dürfen nicht im DFB-Pokal ran" [No luck of the draw: Arminia Hannover and the Crows won't start in the DFB-Pokal].

sportbuzzer.de (in German). Sportbuzzer. 31 May 2021. Retrieved 31 May 2021. • ^ "Landespokal in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern wird abgebrochen" [State cup in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is being abandoned]. kicker.de (in German). kicker. 20 May 2021. Retrieved 20 May 2021. • ^ "Weitere Runden im Bitburger Rheinlandpokal und der Teilnehmer am DFB-Pokal der Frauen werden ausgelost" [Further rounds in the Bitburger Rhineland Cup and the women's DFB-Pokal participant will be drawn].

fv-rheinland.de (in German). Rhineland Football Association. 7 June 2021 .

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Retrieved 7 June 2021. • ^ "Geänderte Pläne zum Rheinlandpokal: Gegner von RW Koblenz wird ausgelost" [Changed plans for the Rhineland Cup: RW Koblenz's opponent will be drawn]. kicker.de (in German). kicker. 5 May 2021. Retrieved 5 May 2021. • ^ "TuS Rot-Weiß Koblenz trifft im Entscheidungsspiel um den Einzug in den DFB-Pokal auf den VfB Linz" [TuS Rot-Weiß Koblenz plays against VfB Linz in the qualification match dfb pokal 2021 the DFB-Pokal].

fv-rheinland.de (in German). Rhineland Football Association. 10 May 2021. Retrieved 11 May 2021. • ^ "Sachsen-Anhalt friert den Landespokal ein" [Saxony-Anhalt freezes the state cup]. kicker.de (in German). kicker. 24 April 2021. Retrieved 24 April 2021. dfb pokal 2021 ^ "Verwirrung um den Sachsen-Anhalt-Pokal: Gericht kippt Verbandslösung" [Confusion around the Saxony-Anhalt Cup: Court overturns association's solution]. kicker.de (in German).

kicker. 28 May 2021. Retrieved 29 May 2021. • ^ "FSA Landespokal der Herren: SV Graf Zeppelin 09 Abtsdorf e.V. und der Fußballverband Sachsen-Anhalt e.V.

einigen sich auf einen Vergleich" [FSA Men's State Cup: SV Graf Zeppelin 09 Abtsdorf e.V. and the Saxony-Anhalt Football Association e.V. agree on settlement]. fsa-online.de (in German). Saxony-Anhalt Football Association. 23 June 2021. Retrieved 23 June 2021. • ^ "SWFV meldet den 1. FCK als Teilnehmer am DFB-Pokal" [SWFV enters 1. FCK as DFB-Pokal participant]. swfv.de (in German). Southwest German Football Association. 14 June 2021. Retrieved 14 June 2021. • ^ a b "Krombacher Westfalenpokal wird mit Dritt- und Regionalligisten fortgesetzt" [Krombacher Westphalian Cup is continued with 3.

Liga and Regionalliga teams]. flvw.de (in German). Westphalian Football and Athletics Association. 21 April 2021. Retrieved 21 April 2021. • ^ "Krombacher Westfalenpokal: Das sind die Spiele der K.o.-Runde" [Krombacher Westphalian Cup: These are the matches of the knockout round] (in German).

Westphalian Football and Athletics Association. 23 April 2021. Retrieved 19 May 2021. • ^ a b c d "Modus" [Mode]. DFB.de (in German). German Football Association. 15 August 2012.

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2022 → The 2021 DFB-Pokal Final decided the winner of the 2020–21 DFB-Pokal, the 78th season of the annual German football cup competition. The match was played on Thursday, 13 May 2021 (on the Feast of the Ascension, a German public holiday) at the Olympiastadion in Berlin.

[4] [5] The match was originally scheduled for Saturday, 22 May 2021, [6] but was moved to an earlier date prior to the completion of the league season in Germany. This was due to fixture density caused by the late start of the season, originating from the postponement of the end of the previous season as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. As with other competitions, the match was played behind closed doors without any spectators. [3] The match featured RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund.

Dortmund won the final 4–1 for their fifth DFB-Pokal title. [7] Due to the scheduling change, the match was the first DFB-Pokal final since 2008 to be played prior to the end of the league season, and the first final since 1985 to not be played on a Saturday. Additionally, it was the first final not played on a dfb pokal 2021 since 1984, which was also the only prior final played on a Thursday.

[4] As winners, Borussia Dortmund featured in the 2021 edition of the DFL-Supercup at the start of the following season, and facing the champion of the 2020–21 edition of the Bundesliga, Bayern Munich. The winner of the DFB-Pokal also earns automatic qualification for the group stage of the 2021–22 edition of the UEFA Europa League. However, as Dortmund already qualified for the 2021–22 edition of the UEFA Champions League through their position in the Bundesliga, the spot went to the team in sixth, and the league's UEFA Europa Conference League play-off round spot went to the team in seventh.

[8] Contents • 1 Teams • 2 Background • 3 Route to the final • 4 Match • 4.1 Details dfb pokal 2021 5 See also • 6 Notes • 7 References • 8 External links Teams [ edit ] In the following table, finals until 1943 were in the Tschammerpokal era, since 1953 were in the DFB-Pokal era. Team Previous final appearances (bold indicates winners) RB Leipzig 1 ( 2019) Borussia Dortmund 9 ( 1963, 1965, 1989, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017) Background [ edit ] This section is empty.

You can help by adding to it. ( January 2021) Route dfb pokal 2021 the final [ edit ] The DFB-Pokal began with 64 teams in a single-elimination knockout cup competition. There were a total of five rounds leading up to the final.

Teams were drawn against each other, and the winner after 90 minutes would advance. If still tied, 30 minutes of extra time was played. If the dfb pokal 2021 was still level, a penalty shoot-out was used to determine the winner. [9] Note: In all results below, the score of the finalist dfb pokal 2021 given first (H: home; A: away).

RB Leipzig Round Borussia Dortmund Opponent Result 2020–21 DFB-Pokal Opponent Result 1. FC Nürnberg 3–0 (A) First round MSV Duisburg 5–0 (A) FC Augsburg 3–0 (A) Second round Eintracht Braunschweig 2–0 (A) VfL Bochum 4–0 (H) Round of 16 SC Paderborn 3–2 ( a.e.t.) (H) VfL Wolfsburg 2–0 (H) Quarter-finals Borussia Mönchengladbach 1–0 (A) Werder Bremen 2–1 ( a.e.t.) (A) Semi-finals Holstein Kiel 5–0 (H) Match [ edit ] Details [ edit ] Borussia Dortmund GK 1 Péter Gulácsi CB 16 Lukas Klostermann CB 5 Dayot Upamecano 45+1 ' CB 23 Marcel Halstenberg DM 44 Kevin Kampl 62 ' RM 22 Nordi Mukiele 62 ' CM 25 Dani Olmo 81 ' CM 7 Marcel Sabitzer ( c) LM 8 Amadou Haidara 70 ' CF 19 Alexander Sørloth 46 ' CF 11 Hwang Hee-chan 46 ' Substitutes: GK 33 Josep Martínez DF 4 Willi Orbán DF 6 Ibrahima Konaté DF 39 Benjamin Henrichs 70 ' MF 10 Emil Forsberg 62 ' MF 18 Christopher Nkunku 46 ' Dfb pokal 2021 27 Konrad Laimer 62 ' FW 9 Yussuf Poulsen 46 ' FW 21 Justin Kluivert Manager: Julian Nagelsmann GK 1 Roman Bürki RB 26 Łukasz Piszczek CB 16 Manuel Akanji CB 15 Mats Hummels 90 ' LB 13 Raphaël Guerreiro DM 23 Emre Can CM 22 Jude Bellingham 25 ' 46 ' CM 8 Mahmoud Dahoud 50 ' 74 ' RW 7 Jadon Sancho 81 ' 89 ' CF 9 Erling Haaland 90+2 ' LW 11 Marco Reus ( c) 90+2 ' Substitutes: GK 40 Stefan Drljača DF 14 Nico Schulz DF 24 Thomas Meunier 89 ' MF 6 Thomas Delaney 74 ' MF 19 Julian Brandt 90+2 ' MF 20 Reinier MF 32 Giovanni Reyna 90+2 ' MF 36 Ansgar Knauff FW 10 Thorgan Hazard 46 ' Manager: Edin Terzić Man of the Match: Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund) [1] Assistant referees: [2] Mark Borsch ( Mönchengladbach) Stefan Lupp ( Zossen) Fourth official: [2] Sascha Stegemann ( Niederkassel) Video assistant referee: [2] Günter Perl ( Pullach) Assistant video assistant referee: [2] Markus Häcker ( Waren) Match rules [10] [11] • 90 minutes.

• 30 minutes of extra time if necessary. • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level. • Nine named substitutes. • Maximum of five substitutions.

[note 2] See also [ edit ] • 2021 DFL-Supercup • Football in Berlin Notes [ edit ] • ^ a b The final was played behind closed doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany. [3] • ^ Each team was given only three opportunities to make substitutions, with a fourth opportunity in extra time, excluding substitutions made at half-time, before the start of extra time and at half-time in extra time.

References [ edit ] • ^ a b German Football Association [@DFB_Pokal] (14 May 2021). "Pokalsieger und euer Man of the Match bei RBL-BVB: Marco Reus!" [Cup winner and your Man of the Match of RBL-BVB: Marco Reus!] (Tweet) (in German).

Archived from the original on 14 May 2021. Retrieved 14 May 2021 – via Twitter. • ^ a b c d e "Brych leitet Pokalfinale in Berlin" [Brych officiates cup final in Berlin]. DFB.de (in German).

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Holstein Kiel Schema Compare Saturday, 2021-08-07 15:30 1. FC Lok Leipzig 0 : 3 Bayer dfb pokal 2021 Leverkusen Schema Compare Saturday, 2021-08-07 15:30 SV Sandhausen 0 : 4 RB Leipzig Schema Compare Saturday, 2021-08-07 15:30 SpVgg Upper Franconia Bayreuth 3 : 6 Arminia Bielefeld Schema Compare Saturday, 2021-08-07 15:30 Greifswalder FC 2 : 4 FC Augsburg Schema Compare Saturday, 2021-08-07 15:30 VfL Osnabruck 2 : 0 Werder Bremen Schema Compare Saturday, 2021-08-07 15:30 Eintracht Norderstedt 0 : 4 Hannover 96 Schema Compare Saturday, 2021-08-07 15:30 Wuppertaler SV 1 : 2 a.e.t.

VfL Bochum Schema Compare Saturday, 2021-08-07 15:30 BFC Dynamo 0 : 6 VfB Stuttgart Schema Compare Saturday, 2021-08-07 18:30 SSV Ulm 1846 Fußball 0 : 1 1. FC Nuremberg Schema Compare Saturday, 2021-08-07 18:30 SV Babelsberg 03 5 : 4 PSO SpVgg Greuther Furth Schema Compare Saturday, 2021-08-07 18:30 1. FC Magdeburg 2 : 3 FC St. Pauli Schema Compare Saturday, 2021-08-07 20:45 SV Wehen Wiesbaden 0 : 3 Borussia Dortmund Schema Compare Sunday, 2021-08-08 15:30 SV Meppen 0 : 1 Hertha BSC Schema Compare Sunday, 2021-08-08 15:30 SV Elversberg 7 : 8 Dfb pokal 2021 1.

FSV Mainz 05 Schema Compare Sunday, 2021-08-08 15:30 FC Carl Zeiss Jena 2 : 4 PSO 1. FC Cologne Schema Compare Sunday, 2021-08-08 15:30 FC 08 Villingen 1 : 4 FC Schalke 04 Schema Compare Sunday, 2021-08-08 15:30 Waldhof Mannheim 2 : 0 Eintracht Frankfurt Schema Compare Sunday, 2021-08-08 15:30 FC Rot-Weiß Koblenz 0 dfb pokal 2021 3 Jahn Regensburg Schema Compare Sunday, 2021-08-08 15:30 Türkgücü München 0 : 1 1.

FC Union Berlin Schema Compare Sunday, 2021-08-08 15:30 VfL Oldenburg 0 : 5 Fortuna Dusseldorf Schema Compare Sunday, 2021-08-08 15:30 Prussia Munster 2 : 0 rat. VfL Wolfsburg Schema Compare Sunday, 2021-08-08 18:30 Eintracht Braunschweig 1 : 2 Hamburger SV Schema Compare Sunday, 2021-08-08 18:30 Wurzburger Kickers 0 : 1 SC Freiburg Schema Compare Sunday, 2021-08-08 18:30 Hansa Rostock 3 : 2 a.e.t. 1. FC Heidenheim Schema Compare Monday, 2021-08-09 18:30 FC Ingolstadt 2 : 1 Erzgebirge Aue Schema Compare Monday, 2021-08-09 18:30 Viktoria Cologne 2 : 3 a.e.t.

TSG Hoffenheim Schema Compare Monday, 2021-08-09 18:30 Sportfreunde Lotte 1 : 4 Karlsruher SC Schema Compare Monday, 2021-08-09 20:45 1. FC Kaiserslautern 0 : 1 Borussia Monchengladbach Schema Compare Wednesday, 2021-08-25 20:15 Bremer SV 0 : 12 Bayern Munich Schema Compare 2nd round (2021-10-26 - 2021-10-27) Date Home Guest Links Tuesday, 2021-10-26 18:30 Prussia Munster 1 : 3 Hertha BSC Schema Compare Tuesday, 2021-10-26 18:30 SV Babelsberg 03 0 : 1 Dfb pokal 2021 Leipzig Schema Compare Tuesday, 2021-10-26 18:30 TSV 1860 Munich 1 : 0 FC Schalke 04 Schema Compare Tuesday, 2021-10-26 18:30 TSG Dfb pokal 2021 5 : 1 Holstein Kiel Schema Compare Tuesday, 2021-10-26 20:00 Borussia Dortmund 2 : 0 FC Ingolstadt Schema Compare Tuesday, 2021-10-26 20:45 VfL Osnabruck 2 : 3 PSO SC Freiburg Schema Compare Tuesday, 2021-10-26 20:45 1.

FC Nuremberg 2 : 4 PSO Hamburger SV Schema Compare Tuesday, 2021-10-26 20:45 1. FSV Mainz 05 3 : 2 a.e.t. Arminia Bielefeld Schema Compare Wednesday, 2021-10-27 18:30 Waldhof Mannheim 1 : 3 a.e.t.

1. FC Union Berlin Schema Compare Wednesday, 2021-10-27 18:30 VfL Bochum 5 : 4 PSO FC Augsburg Schema Compare Wednesday, 2021-10-27 18:30 Dynamo Dresden 2 dfb pokal 2021 3 a.e.t. FC St.

Pauli Schema Compare Wednesday, 2021-10-27 18:30 Bayer 04 Leverkusen 1 : 2 Karlsruher SC Schema Compare Wednesday, 2021-10-27 20:45 Hannover 96 3 : 0 Fortuna Dusseldorf Schema Compare Wednesday, 2021-10-27 20:45 Borussia Monchengladbach 5 : 0 Bayern Munich Schema Compare Wednesday, 2021-10-27 20:45 Jahn Regensburg 2 : 4 PSO Hansa Rostock Schema Compare Wednesday, 2021-10-27 20:45 VfB Stuttgart 0 : 2 1. FC Cologne Schema Compare round of sixteen (2022-01-18 - 2022-01-19) Date Home Guest Links Tuesday, 2022-01-18 18:30 TSV 1860 Munich 0 : 1 Karlsruher SC Schema Compare Tuesday, 2022-01-18 18:30 1.

FC Cologne 3 : 4 PSO Hamburger SV Schema Compare Tuesday, 2022-01-18 20:45 FC St. Pauli 2 : 1 Borussia Dortmund Schema Compare Tuesday, 2022-01-18 20:45 VfL Bochum 3 : 1 1. FSV Mainz 05 Schema Compare Wednesday, 2022-01-19 18:30 Hannover 96 3 : 0 Borussia Monchengladbach Schema Compare Wednesday, 2022-01-19 18:30 RB Leipzig 2 : 0 Hansa Rostock Schema Compare Wednesday, 2022-01-19 20:45 TSG Hoffenheim 1 : 4 SC Freiburg Schema Compare Wednesday, 2022-01-19 20:45 Hertha BSC 2 : 3 1.

FC Union Berlin Schema Compare quarter-final (2022-03-01 - 2022-03-02) Date Home Guest Links Tuesday, 2022-03-01 20:45 1. FC Union Berlin 2 : 1 FC St. Pauli Schema Compare Wednesday, 2022-03-02 18:30 Hamburger SV 3 : 2 PSO Karlsruher SC Schema Compare Wednesday, 2022-03-02 18:30 Hannover 96 0 : 4 RB Leipzig Schema Compare Wednesday, 2022-03-02 20:45 VfL Bochum 1 : 2 a.e.t. SC Freiburg Schema Compare

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