1982–83 FDGB-Pokal

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The FDGB-Pokal 1982-83 was the 32nd competition for the trophy. By beating FC Karl-Marx-Stadt, 1. FC Magdeburg won their 7th FDGB-Pokal title.

Participants[edit]

89 teams were eligible for the 1982-82 FDGB-Pokal. The 14 DDR-Oberliga teams and the 60 DDR-Liga teams were joined by the winners of the 15 1981-82 Bezirkspokal competitions.

Mode[edit]

The Oberliga teams of the 1982-83 season joined the competition in the second round. The other had to play through a qualifying round, followed by the first round proper and an intermediate round. All fixtures were decided in a single match, in case of a draw extra time was played, followed by a penalty shootout, if the score was still level.

Competition[edit]

Qualifying round[edit]

Date Time
Fixture
Result
Sat. 07.08. 15:00 TSG Neustrelitz - SG Dynamo Fürstenwalde 1 – 4
Sat. 07.08. 15:00 BSG Chemie Zeitz - BSG Wismut Gera 5 – 5 a.e.t. / 5 – 4 pen.
Sat. 07.08. 15:00 BSG Fortschritt Weida - BSG Motor Werdau 1 – 2

First round[edit]

Date Time
Fixture
Result
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Chemie PCK Schwedt - SG Dynamo Fürstenwalde 2 – 0 a.e.t.
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Chemie Zeitz - BSG Chemie Leipzig 1 – 3
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Motor Werdau - BSG Motor Weimar 0 – 1
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Rotation Berlin * - BSG Stahl Hennigsdorf 0 – 1
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Turbine Spremberg * - BSG Fortschritt Bischofswerda 2 – 6
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Fortschritt Neustadt * - ASG Vorwärts Kamenz 0 – 2
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Motor Heiligenstadt * - BSG Aktivist Kali Werra Tiefenort 1 – 3 a.e.t.
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 SG Dynamo Fürstenwalde II ** - BSG Stahl Brandenburg 0 – 2
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Rotasym Pößneck * - BSG Motor Suhl 0 – 1
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 ASG Vorwärts Dessau II * - Stahl Riesa 1 – 5
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Motor WEMA/Aufbau Plauen * - FSV Lokomotive Dresden 3 – 2
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Chemie Leipzig II * - BSG Stahl Blankenburg 1 – 0
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Chemie Schönebeck * - BSG Lokomotive Stendal 3 – 1
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Stahl Brandenburg II * - ASG Vorwärts Neubrandenburg 3 – 2 a.e.t.
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Rotes Banner Trinwillershagen * - ASG Vorwärts Stralsund 0 – 2
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG ESKA Hildburghausen * - BSG Motor Eisenach 3 – 3 a.e.t. / 2 – 3 pen.
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Motor Warnowwerft Warnemünde - BSG Schiffahrt/Hafen Rostock 1 – 4
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Lokomotive Anklam - BSG Energie Cottbus 0 – 2
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Motor Hennigsdorf - ISG Schwerin Süd 3 – 6 a.e.t.
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG EAB 47 Berlin - BSG Einheit Wernigerode 0 – 3
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Stahl Finow - BSG Aktivist Brieske-Senftenberg 2 – 3
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Stahl Nordwest Leipzig - TSG Gröditz 2 – 3
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Empor Halle - BSG Motor „Fritz Heckert“ Karl-Marx-Stadt 0 – 4
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Robur Zittau - BSG Aktivist Schwarze Pumpe 2 – 1 (1)
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Aufbau Krumhermersdorf - BSG Chemie IW Ilmenau 2 – 1 a.e.t.
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Motor Ascota Karl-Marx-Stadt - BSG Motor Rudisleben 2 – 0
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG WK Schmalkalden - SG Dynamo Eisleben 2 – 4
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Stahl Silbitz - BSG Chemie Buna Schkopau 0 – 3
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Motor Nordhausen - BSG Stahl Thale 1 – 3
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 SG Dynamo Schwerin - TSG Bau Rostock 3 – 1
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Motor Altenburg - BSG Glückauf Sondershausen 1 – 0
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Hydraulik Parchim - BSG Motor Babelsberg 1 – 2
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Post Neubrandenburg - BSG Stahl Eisenhüttenstadt 1 – 3
Sat. 14.08. 15:00 BSG Bergmann-Borsig Berlin - ASG Vorwärts Dessau 1 – 3
So 15.08. 15:00 BSG Motor Süd Neubrandenburg * - BSG KWO Berlin 3 – 5 a.e.t.
So 15.08. 15:00 BSG Motor Schwerin * - TSG Wismar 1 – 2


* denotes Bezirkspokal winners
(1) Match awarded to BSG Aktivist Schwarze Pumpe, as Robur Zittau had neglected to bring their players' passes.[1]

Intermediate round[edit]

Date Time
Fixture
Result
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Motor WEMA/Aufbau Plauen - BSG Motor „Fritz Heckert“ Karl-Marx-Stadt 0 – 2
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Chemie Leipzig II - TSG Gröditz 3 – 1
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Chemie Schönebeck - BSG Stahl Brandenburg 1 – 2
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Stahl Brandenburg II - ASG Vorwärts Dessau 1 – 2 a.e.t.
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Aktivist Schwarze Pumpe - ASG Vorwärts Kamenz 2 – 0
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Aufbau Krumhermersdorf - BSG Motor Suhl 2 – 4
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Motor Ascota Karl-Marx-Stadt - BSG Chemie Buna Schkopau 0 – 4
So 05.09. 14.30 ASG Vorwärts Stralsund - BSG Chemie PCK Schwedt 4 – 2
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Einheit Wernigerode - BSG Motor Eisenach 1 – 0
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Fortschritt Bischofswerda - BSG Energie Cottbus 0 – 4
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Stahl Hennigsdorf - SG Dynamo Schwerin 1 – 3
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Motor Weimar - BSG Motor Altenburg 1 – 0
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Aktivist Brieske-Senftenberg - BSG Chemie Leipzig 2 – 5
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Stahl Thale - BSG Aktivist Kali Werra Tiefenort 1 – 0
So 05.09. 14.30 ISG Schwerin Süd - TSG Wismar 3 – 2 a.e.t.
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Stahl Riesa - BSG Stahl Eisenhüttenstadt 3 – 0
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Motor Babelsberg - SG Dynamo Eisleben 3 – 1
So 05.09. 14.30 BSG Schiffahrt/Hafen Rostock - BSG KWO Berlin 7 – 0

Second round[edit]

Date Time
Fixture
Result
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 ASG Vorwärts Stralsund - Hallescher FC Chemie 3 – 2
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 BSG Schiffahrt/Hafen Rostock - 1. FC Union Berlin 0 – 1
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 BSG Aktivist Schwarze Pumpe - FC Vorwärts Frankfurt /O. 1 – 3
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 BSG Einheit Wernigerode - FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt 1 – 3
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 BSG Motor Babelsberg - Berliner FC Dynamo 0 – 5
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 BSG Chemie Leipzig II - SG Dynamo Dresden 1 – 2
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 BSG Stahl Thale - FC Carl Zeiss Jena 3 – 4
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 BSG Stahl Riesa - FC Karl-Marx-Stadt 1 – 3
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 BSG Stahl Brandenburg - 1. FC Magdeburg 1 – 2
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 SG Dynamo Schwerin - F.C. Hansa Rostock 1 – 2
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 ASG Vorwärts Dessau - BSG Wismut Aue 1 – 3 a.e.t.
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 BSG Motor Suhl - BSG Chemie Böhlen 3 – 2
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 BSG Chemie Buna Schkopau - BSG Sachsenring Zwickau 2 – 1
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 BSG Motor Weimar - 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig 0 – 6
Sat. 18.09. 15:00 BSG Motor „Fritz Heckert“ Karl-Marx-Stadt - BSG Energie Cottbus 4 – 2
So 19.09. 15:00 BSG Chemie Leipzig - ISG Schwerin Süd 3 – 1

Third round[edit]

Date Time
Fixture
Result
Sat. 23.10. 13:00 FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt - Berliner FC Dynamo 2 – 4
Sat. 23.10. 13:00 BSG Chemie Buna Schkopau - F.C. Hansa Rostock 0 – 1
Sat. 23.10. 13:00 SG Dynamo Dresden - 1. FC Union Berlin 3 – 2
Sat. 23.10. 13:00 1. FC Magdeburg - BSG Motor „Fritz Heckert“ Karl-Marx-Stadt 4 – 0
Sat. 23.10. 13:00 FC Carl Zeiss Jena - BSG Chemie Leipzig 3 – 0
Sat. 23.10. 13:00 FC Karl-Marx-Stadt - BSG Wismut Aue 4 – 2 a.e.t.
Sat. 23.10. 13:00 BSG Motor Suhl - ASG Vorwärts Stralsund 2 – 1
Sat. 23.10. 13:00 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig - FC Vorwärts Frankfurt /O. 0 – 2

Quarterfinals[edit]

Date Time
Fixture
Result
Sat. 13.11. 12.30 FC Karl-Marx-Stadt - F.C. Hansa Rostock 1 – 1 a.e.t. / 4 – 3 pen.
Sat. 13.11. 12.30 1. FC Magdeburg - FC Vorwärts Frankfurt /O. 1 – 0
Sat. 13.11. 12.30 FC Carl Zeiss Jena - Berliner FC Dynamo 4 – 2
Sat. 13.11. 12.30 SG Dynamo Dresden - BSG Motor Suhl 3 – 0

Semifinals[edit]

Date Time
Fixture
Result
So 05.12. 12.30 FC Karl-Marx-Stadt - FC Carl Zeiss Jena 1 – 0
So 05.12. 12.30 1. FC Magdeburg - SG Dynamo Dresden 4 – 1

Final[edit]

Statistics[edit]

1983-06-04
FC Karl-Marx-Stadt 0 – 4 1. FC Magdeburg
Streich Goal 34'53'
Wittke Goal 37'
PommerenkeGoal 87'
Karl-Marx-Stadt:
GK ' East Germany Wolfgang Krahnke
SW ' East Germany Jürgen Bähringer
DF ' East Germany Matthias Birner Booked ?'
DF ' East Germany Frank Uhlig Booked ?'
DF ' East Germany Claus Schwemmer
MF ' East Germany Andreas Müller
MF ' East Germany Frank Eitemüller Substituted off 46'
MF ' East Germany Joachim Müller
FW ' East Germany Hans Richter Booked ?'
FW ' East Germany John Bemme
FW ' East Germany Mario Neuhäuser
Substitutes:
MF ' East Germany Mario Schubert Substituted in 46'
Manager:
East Germany Manfred Lienemann
MAGDEBURG:
GK ' East Germany Dirk Heyne
SW ' East Germany Dirk Stahmann
DF ' East Germany Detlef Raugust
DF ' East Germany Siegmund Mewes
DF ' East Germany Detlef Schößler
MF ' East Germany Axel Wittke
MF ' East Germany Jürgen Pommerenke
MF ' East Germany Wolfgang Steinbach
FW ' East Germany Damian Halata
FW ' East Germany Joachim Streich Substituted off 75'
FW ' East Germany Martin Hoffmann
Substitutes:
FW ' East Germany Frank Cebulla Substituted in 75'
Manager:
East Germany Claus Kreul

Match report[edit]

Cup winners 1983: 1. FC Magdeburg

Magdeburg and Karl-Marx-Stadt met after a disappointing season, finishing 6th and 9th in the league respectively, leading to some calling this final unattractive and unpopular.[2] In the event, Magdeburg performed on par with their league play as well as Karl-Marx-Stadt, but Magdeburg's players were able to frustrate their opposition's desire to always have Magdeburg's players covered, leading to a number of yellow cards and several free-kicks, one of which led to Wittke's goal to make it 2-0 to Magdeburg. Just three minutes earlier, Streich had scored of a Steinbach pass, turning past defender Uhlig and finishing of for his first goal ever in a cup final.[3] Especially Karl-Marx-Stadt's defense had enormous problems to cope with Magdeburg's attacking play, whereas Magdeburg defenders Raugust, Mewes and Schößler along with their sweeper Stahmann had little to nothing to do. Stahmann even found the time to set up Streich's second goal with a 40-meter-pass.[3] The fourth goal only helped to mark the superiority of Magdeburg's team on this day, after Halata and Cebulla had already wasted several opportunities. In the end, Magdeburg won a final that they had easily dominated, winning their 7th FDGB-Pokal title.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alexander Mastrogiannopoulos (2005-10-16). "East Germany 1982/83". rsssf.com. Retrieved 2009-02-16. 
  2. ^ Simon, Günther (7 June 1983). "4:0 - keine Laune des Zufalls!". fuwo (in German) (Berlin: Sportverlag). pp. 3–4. OCLC 85151235. "Kein Schlager, kein Hit. Enttäuschte unter sich. Ein unpopuläres Finale." 
  3. ^ a b Buchspieß, Dieter (7 June 1983). "Wie die Tore fielen". fuwo (in German) (Berlin: Sportverlag). p. 5. OCLC 85151235.