1947–48 Taça de Portugal

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1947–48 Taça de Portugal
Country  Portugal
Teams 29
Champions Sporting Clube de Portugal
Runners-up C.F. Os Belenenses
Matches played 29

The 1947–48 Taça de Portugal was the 9th season of the Taça de Portugal (English: Portuguese Cup), the premier Portuguese football knockout competition, organized by the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF). The competition wansn't played in the previous season due to overscheduling with the creation of the Portuguese Third Division. Sporting Clube de Portugal was defeated C.F. Os Belenenses in the final on 4 July 1948.

Participating Teams[edit]

Primeira Divisão[edit]

(14 Teams)

Segunda Divisão[edit]

(10 Teams)

Terceira Divisão[edit]

(4 Teams)

Madeira Championship[edit]

(1 Team)

First round[edit]

Results[edit]


Académica de Coimbra (1D) 4 – 1 Boavista (1D)


Vitória de Setúbal (1D) 0 – 0 Barreirense (2D)


Belenenses (1D) 3 – 1 Leixões (2D)


Cova da Piedade (3D) 0 – 0 Torreense (3D)


O Elvas (1D) 13 – 0 Faro (3D)


Estoril Praia (1D) 1 – 0 Lusitano VRSA (1D)


Oliveirense (2D) 3 – 1 Famalicão (2D)


Portimonense (2D) 4 – 1 Luso Beja (2D)


Braga (1D) 3 – 2 Leões de Santarém (2D)


Benfica (1D) 5 – 2 Olhanense (1D)


Porto (1D) 9 – 0 União de Coimbra (2D)

First round Play-off[edit]

Results[edit]


Barreirense (2D) 1 – 0 Vitória de Setúbal (1D)


Torreense (3D)  ? – ?[1] Cova da Piedade (3D)

Second round[edit]

Results[edit]


Atlético CP (1D) 3 – 0 Cova da Piedade (3D)


Belenenses (1D) 1 – 0 CUF Barreiro (2D)


Portimonense (2D) 3 – 0 Braga (1D)


Barreirense (2D) 1 – 0 Porto (1D)


Benfica (1D) 6 – 1 O Elvas (1D)


Sporting CP (1D) 6 – 2 Estoril Praia (1D)

Quarterfinals[edit]

Results[edit]


Barreirense (2D) 2 – 0 Marítimo (MC)


Belenenses (1D) 8 – 1 Oliveirense (2D)


Benfica (1D) 2 – 1 Atlético CP (1D)


Sporting CP (1D) 6 – 1 Portimonense (2D)

Semifinals[edit]

Results[edit]


Belenenses (1D) 5 – 1 Barreirense (2D)


Sporting CP (1D) 3 – 0 Benfica (1D)

Final[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Unknown result. Cova da Piedade won the tie.

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