1931 Copa del Rey
Athletic Bilbao (11th title)
(3.7 per match)
1931 Copa del Rey (known at that time as the Republic's Cup) was the 31st edition of the Copa del Rey, the Spanish football cup competition. With the proclamation of the Second Spanish Republic on April 14, all teams with "Real" ("Royal") in their names, changed it due to anti-monarchic reasons. Real Sociedad changes to Donostia FC. Most of this changes were done between first and second legs of the first round.
The competition started on April 12, 1931 and concluded on June 21, 1931 with the final, held at the
Estadio Chamartín in Madrid. Athletic Bilbao won their 11th title, the second in a row.
: Andalusia Sevilla FC, Betis Balompié
: Aragon Iberia SC, Patria Aragón
: Asturias Oviedo FC, Sporting de Gijón
: Balearic Islands Athletic Palma
: Cantabria Racing de Santander, Eclipse FC
: Castile and León Cultural y Deportiva Leonesa, Valladolid Deportivo
: Catalonia FC Barcelona, CD Sabadell, FC Badalona
: Extremadura Don Benito FC
: Galicia Celta de Vigo, Deportivo La Coruña
: Gipuzkoa Unión Club, Donostia FC, CD Logroño
: Murcia Murcia FC, Lorca FC
Center Region: Madrid CF, Athletic Madrid, Racing de Madrid
: Valencia Valencia CF, CD Castellón
: Biscay Athletic Bilbao, CD Alavés, Arenas Club
Round of 32 [ edit ]
The first leg was played on April 12. The second leg was played on May 3. Athletic Bilbao and Sporting Gijon received a bye.
^ a b c d e Played on April 26
^ Played on April 19
Round of 16 [ edit ]
The first leg was played on May 10. The second leg was played on May 17.
Played in Madrid on May 19.
Quarterfinals [ edit ]
The first leg was played on May 24. The second leg was played on May 31.
Played in Barcelona on June 2.
Semifinals [ edit ]
The first leg was played on June 7. The second leg was played on June 14.
Played in Madrid on June 16.
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