1935–36 Coppa Italia

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1935–36 Coppa Italia
Country Italy Italy
Teams 98
Champions Torino A.C.
Runners-up Alessandria U.S.
Matches played 97 + 8 one-game playoffs

The 1935–36 Coppa Italia was the third edition of the tournament and the first led to its conclusion since 1922.

98 teams took part to this competition, which included a first phase, with elimination rounds reserved to Serie B and C teams, and a final phase, where the 16 winners of the first phase met Serie A teams. All the matches were played in a single leg, homefields were decided by drawing except for the final match.

The trophy was won by Torino A.C., which defeated 5–1 Alessandria U.S. in the final match, played at the Luigi Ferrari Stadium in Genoa on June 11, 1936. Winning the cup, Torino also gained the qualification to the 1936 edition of the Mitropa Cup.

Elimination rounds[edit]

First round[edit]

Match Res. Notes Match Res. Notes
Anconitana BianchiGrion Pola 4–1 CremoneseComense n.p. Comense withdrew
FiumanaForlimpopoli 3–2 CusianaCrema 1–2
JesiRovigo 1–2 after extra time FalckPro Patria 2–1 after extra time
MantovaAlma Fano 1–1 after extra time; ogp 2–2 aet. Both admitted to 2nd round because of Pescara's withdrew LeccoLegnano 0–2
PadovaVenezia 0–0 1–2 on a one-game playoff GallarateseBiellese 2–1
Pro GoriziaTreviso 2–1 ParmaFanfulla 3–1
UdineseTrento 4–3 SeregnoMonza 2–0
VicenzaRimini 3–4 ReggianaPiacenza 4–1
Andrea DoriaAsti 5–3 Sempre AvantiCagliari 2–0
EmpoliPontedera 1–0 CivitavecchieseFermana 5–1
ImperiaDerthona 3–1 PescaraPotenza 1–0 Pescara later withdrew
MontevarchiPontedecimo 2–1 BeneventoCosenza 2–1
SanremeseSpezia 2–0 CatanzareseDelle Signe 4–1
SavonaEntella 1–2 SalernitanaBagnolese 3–1
SestreseRivarolese 1919 2–1 SavoiaCerignola 2–1 after extra time
VentimiglieseCasale 4–2 NissenaTrapani n.p. Trapani withdrew

Second round[edit]

Match Res. Notes Match Res. Notes
Serie C qualifications
Anconitana BianchiAlma Fano 1–2 CremoneseGallaratese 1–0
RiminiPro Gorizia 1–1 after extra time; 0–3 on a one-game playoff LegnanoFalck n.p. Falck withdrew
RovigoUdinese 2–0 SeregnoMantova 2–3
VeneziaFiumana 2–0 CremaReggiana 0–1
ParmaMontevarchi 3–1 Empoli-Sempre Avanti 1–2
ImperiaSanremese 3–4 CivitavecchieseSavoia 3–2 after extra time
EntellaVentimigliese 0–1 CatanzareseBenevento 6–0
SestreseAndrea Doria 2–1 SalernitanaNissena 0–1
Serie B qualifications
AtalantaViareggio 0–2 LuccheseL'Aquila 2–2 after extra time; 0–2 on a one-game playoff

Third round[edit]

Match Res. Notes Match Res. Notes
Alma FanoVerona 2–1 Pro VercelliLegnano 2–1
CataniaCivitavecchiese 4–0 ReggianaViareggio 1–0
CremoneseMantova 3–1 RovigoPro Gorizia 2–1
LivornoSiena 5–0 SanremeseParma 3–2
MessinaSempre Avanti 1–0 Sestrese-Ventimigliese 3–0
NissenaCatanzarese 2–2 after extra time; 1–4 on a one-game playoff SpalModena 1–1 after extra time; 2–3 on a one-game playoff
NovaraVigevano 5–1 TarantoFoggia 1–1 after extra time; 1–2 on a one-game playoff
PisaL'Aquila 3–1 VeneziaPistoiese 2–1

Finals[edit]

Bracket[edit]

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
 
 Torino 2  
 
 Reggiana 0    
 
 Torino 8  
 
 Catania 1  
 
 Catania 2  
 
 Palermo 0      
 
 Torino (aet) 4  
 
 Livorno 2      
 
 Livorno 2  
 
 Catanzarese 1    
 
 Livorno (aet) 5
 
 Messina 2  
 
 Sampierdarenese 3  
 
 Sampierdarenese 4      
 
 Torino 2  
 
 Ambrosiana–Inter 4      
 
 Fiorentina 0  
 
 Brescia 0    
 
 Ambrosiana–Inter 0  
 
 Sanremese 2  
 
 Juventus 1  
 
 Juventus 4      
 
 Juventus 1
 
 Fiorentina 8      
 
 Fiorentina 3  
 
 Sestrese 0    
 
 Fiorentina 3
 
 Genova 1893 3  
 
 Genova 1893 0  
 
 Pisa 2      
 
 Torino 5
 
 Cremonese 1      
 
 Alessandria 1
 
 Alessandria 4    
 
 Alessandria 4  
 
 Modena 5  
 
 Modena 0  
 
 Pro Vercelli 0      
 
 Alessandria 1  
 
 Lazio 2      
 
 Lazio 0  
 
 Venezia 0    
 
 Lazio 2
 
 Foggia 0  
 
 Roma 1  
 
 Roma 4      
 
 Alessandria 1
 
 Napoli 1      
 
 Milan 0  
 
 Bari 1    
 
 Napoli 3  
 
 Triestina (ogp 3–1) 1  
 
 Triestina 1  
 
 Rovigo 1      
 
 Napoli 1
 
 Alma Fano 2      
 
 Milan 2  
 
 Milan 4    
 
 Milan 3
 
 Bologna 1  
 
 Bologna 0  
 
 Novara 0  

Legend:

Final match details[edit]

Sources[edit]

  • Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio–La Storia 1898–2004, Panini Edizioni, Modena, September 2005

References[edit]