1998–99 DFB-Pokal (women)

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1998–99 Frauen DFB-Pokal
Country Germany Germany
Teams 32
Champions FFC Frankfurt
Runners-up FCR Duisburg
Matches played 30

The Frauen DFB-Pokal 1998–99 was the 19th season of the cup competition, Germany's second-most important title in women's football. The first round of the competition was held on 16–17 August 1998. In the final which was held in Berlin on 12 June 1999 FFC Frankfurt defeated FCR Duisburg 1–0, thus winning their first cup. As they also won the Bundesliga in the same season, Frankfurt claimed the double, too.

1st round[edit]

Turbine Potsdam II * Polizei SV Rostock
16 August 1998
SV Sereetz 0 – 7 Grün-Weiss Brauweiler
Hamburg 0 – 2 FCR 2001 Duisburg
SV Oberteuringen 1 – 11 Sportfreunde Siegen
SC Siegelbach 0 – 8 TuS Niederkirchen
1. FC Nuremberg 1 – 2 FSV Frankfurt
FSV Magdeburg-Wolmirstedt 0 – 7 Turbine Potsdam
TSV Gera-Zwötzen 0 – 3 WSV Wolfsburg-Wendschott
Erzgebirge Aue 0 – 1 Hertha Zehlendorf
FC Huchting 0 – 10 Heike Rheine
DJK Arminia Ibbenbüren 5 – 0 Lorbeer Rotheburgsort
DFC Eggenstein 1 – 8 SG Praunheim
TuS Ahrbach 1 – 6 1. FC Saarbrücken
Garather SV 1 – 4 TuS Köln rrh.
TuS Linter 1 – 2 SC Freiburg
SC Klinge Seckach 0 – 10 SC 07 Bad Neuenahr

* Polizei SV Rostock withdrew their team. Turbine Potsdam II thus advanced to the next round.

2nd round[edit]

29 November 1998
Hertha Zehlendorf 1 – 0 Grün-Weiss Brauweiler
DJK Arminia Ibbenbühren 0 – 10 Turbine Potsdam
FCR Duisburg 4 – 1 Sportfreunde Siegen
Turbine Potsdam II 0 – 6 WSV Wolfsburg-Wendschott
16 December 1998
1. FC Saarbrücken 3 – 1 SC Freiburg
19 December 1998
TuS Köln rrh. 1 – 4 Heike Rheine (aet)
20 December 1998
SC 07 Bad Neuenahr 2 – 1 FSV Frankfurt
21 February 1999
FFC Frankfurt* 3 – 0 TuS Niederkirchen

* The women's football section of SG Praunheim had moved to the newly founded FFC Frankfurt on 1 January 1999. Frankfurt took over all qualifications and players from Praunheim.

Quarter-finals[edit]

28 February 1999
Hertha Zehlendorf 1 – 0 1. FC Saarbrücken (aet)
Heike Rheine 0 – 4 FCR Duisburg
SC 07 Bad Neuenahr 2 – 3 Turbine Potsdam
WSV Wolfsburg-Wendschott 1 – 4 FFC Frankfurt

Semi-finals[edit]

4 April 1999
FCR Duisburg 2 – 0 Turbine Potsdam
FFC Frankfurt 5 – 0 Hertha Zehlendorf

Final[edit]

12 June 1999
16:00 (CEST)
FCR Duisburg 0 – 1 FFC Frankfurt
Künzer Goal 43'
Olympic Stadium (Berlin)
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Elke Frielenbach (Much)
FC RUMELN DUISBURG:
GK 1 Germany Andrea Schaller
DF ' Germany Melanie Hoffmann
DF ' Germany Claudia Mandrysch
DF ' Germany Iris Flacke
MF ' Germany Kerstin Stegemann
MF ' Germany Meike Fitzner
MF ' Germany Martina Voss
MF ' Germany Sandra Smisek
MF ' Germany Sandra Albertz
FW ' Germany Maren Meinert
FW ' Germany Inka Grings
1. FFC FRANKFURT:
GK 1 Netherlands Marleen Wissink
DF ' Germany Tina Wunderlich
DF ' Germany Anja Zorn
DF ' Germany Nia Künzer
DF ' Germany Monika Meyer
DF ' Germany Doris Fitschen
DF ' Germany Karina Sefron
MF ' Germany Renate Lingor
MF ' Germany Pia Wunderlich
FW ' Germany Katrin Kliehm
FW ' Germany Birgit Prinz

See also[edit]