1966–67 Israel State Cup

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1966–67 Israel State Cup
Country  Israel
Champions Maccabi Tel Aviv
(13th Title)
Runners-up Hapoel Tel Aviv

The 1966–67 Israel State Cup (Hebrew: גביע המדינה‎, Gvia HaMedina) was the 28th season of Israel's nationwide football cup competition and the 13th after the Israeli Declaration of Independence.

The competition started on 17 September 1966 with Liga Bet and Liga Gimel clubs. Liga Alef clubs joined the competition in the fourth round, played on 10 December 1966 and Liga Leumit entered in the sixth round, on 18 February 1967.

Later rounds, starting from the seventh round, which was due to be played on 15 April 1967 and up to the final, were delayed due to Israel youth team involvement in the 1967 AFC Youth Championship, and later due to the Six-Day War (including the preceding waiting period), and the competition was completed at the start of the following season.

For the fifth time since the establishment of the competition, and the first time since 1941 (and since the Israeli Declaration of Independence), Maccabi Tel Aviv and Hapoel Tel Aviv met in the final, Maccabi winning 2–1 to collect its 13th cup.

Results[edit]

Third Round[edit]


Fourth Round[edit]

Liga Alef clubs entered the competition in this round. The IFA arranged the draw so each Liga Alef clubs wouldn't be drawn to play each other.


Fifth Round[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team
Hapoel Ganei Tikva 2–1 Hapoel Lod
Beitar Jerusalem 3–1 Hapoel Rishon LeZion
Hapoel Kiryat Haim 3–0 Beitar Ramla
Maccabi Petah Tikva 4–0 Hapoel Netanya
Maccabi Ramat Amidar 5–1 Hapoel Nahliel
Maccabi Hadera 3–2 Hapoel Tiberias
Hapoel Kiryat Ono 3–2 Hapoel Kfar Blum
Hapoel Marmorek 4–3 Beitar Lod
Hapoel Kfar Saba 8–0 Hapoel Yehuda
Hapoel Herzliya 5–1 Hapoel Kiryat Shmona
Hapoel Ra'anana 2–1 (a.e.t.) Hapoel Be'er Ya'akov
Hapoel Ashkelon 2–1 Hapoel Or Yehuda
Hapoel Bnei Nazareth 4–2 Hapoel Rehovot
Hapoel Hadera 4–0 Beitar Dov Netanya
Hapoel Kfar Shalem 3–0 Hapoel Shikun HaMizrach
Beitar Tel Aviv 1–0 Shimshon Nahariya


Sixth Round[edit]

Liga Leumit clubs entered the competition in this round. The IFA arranged the draw so each Liga Leumit clubs wouldn't be drawn to play each other.


Seventh Round[edit]


Quarter-finals[edit]

22 April 1967
Hapoel Mahane Yehuda 2–1 Maccabi Petah Tikva
I. Ratzabi Goal 35'
Ratzon Goal 43'
Begbleiter Goal 14' (pen.)
Hapoel Petah Tikva ground
Attendance: 4000
Referee: Handwerk

3 October 1967
Bnei Yehuda 1–0 Maccabi Jaffa
Sharabi Goal 64'
Bloomfield Stadium
Attendance: 4000
Referee: Mizrahi

3 October 1967
Hapoel Tel Aviv 4–2 (a.e.t.) Maccabi Netanya
Levi Goal 61'
Borba Goal 68'
Hazum Goal 107'
Nurieli Goal 115'
Sabu Goal 2'
Rubinstein Goal 42'
Bloomfield Stadium
Attendance: 7000
Referee: Fried

3 October 1967
Hapoel Jerusalem 0–1 Maccabi Tel Aviv
Sandler Goal 50'
Hapoel Jerusalem ground
Attendance: 4000
Referee: Dudai


Semi-finals[edit]

24 October 1967
12:15
Hapoel Tel Aviv 2–2 (a.e.t.)
4–3 p.
Bnei Yehuda
Nurieli Goal 11'
Borba Goal 58'
Mizrahi Goal 65'85'
Bloomfield Stadium
Attendance: 18000
Referee: Moshe Ashkenazi

24 October 1967
16:15
Maccabi Tel Aviv 3–0 Hapoel Mahane Yehuda
Asis Goal 19'
Sandler Goal 32'
Talbi Goal 76'
Bloomfield Stadium
Attendance: 20000
Referee: Klein


Final[edit]

1 November 1967
Maccabi Tel Aviv 2–1 Hapoel Tel Aviv
Kedmi Goal 27'
Talbi Goal 66'
Borba Goal 62'
Bloomfield Stadium
Attendance: 20000
Referee: Otto Fried

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Hapoel Azor originally won the match 2–0.
  2. ^ Maccabi Ever HaYarkon originally won the match 1–0.
  3. ^ The match was played three days ahead of schedule since Maccabi Haifa was due to play Slavia Prague on 18 February 1967.
  4. ^ The match was abandoned at the 88th minute after a spectator burst to the field at hit the referee. The result stood.
  5. ^ Hakoah Maccabi Ramat Gan started the match with 7 players, due to army recruits during the waiting period before the Six-Day War. When a Hakoah player got injured at the 36th minute and had to leave the field, the match was abandoned.
  6. ^ The match was scheduled to 23 May 1967, but as Bnei Yehuda could only field 6 players (due to army recruits during the waiting period before the Six-Day War), the match wasn't played and was rescheduled

References[edit]

  • 100 Years of Football 1906-2006, Elisha Shohat (Israel), 2006

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