1999–2000 Austrian Cup

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The 1999–2000 Austrian Cup (German: ÖFB-Cup) was the 66th season of Austria's nationwide football cup competition. It commenced with the matches of the Preliminary Round in July 1999 and concluded with the Final on 16 May 2000. The competition was won by Grazer AK after beating Austria Salzburg 4–3 on penalties and hence qualifying for the 2000-01 UEFA Cup.

First round[edit]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
July 30 - August 1, 1999
ASK Kottingbrunn 2–0 SC Zwettl
Bruck/Leitha 0–0 (aet, p. 3–4) 1. SC Simmering
Himberg 3–3 (aet, p. 2-3) Kremser SC
Rohrbach 1-0 Wiener Neudorf
Schrems 12–0 SR Donaufeld
Oberwart 3–1 Tulln
Landhaus 3–1 Retz
SV Würmla 7–0 Güssing
Lichtenau 0–3 SV Schwechat
St. Peter 2–3 SV Stockerau
Hundsheim 3–1 SV Horn
FC Waidhofen an der Ybbs 1–0 DSG Union Perg
FAC Team für Wien 2–1 Hirm
Kukmirn 1–1 (aet, p. 5-3) SV Langenrohr
Neudörfl 0–5 SV Mattersburg
Klingenbach 5–0 Slovan HAC
August 6, 1999
Vöcklamarkt 1–0 St.Florian
LASK Amateure 2–4 Eintracht Wels
Hertha Wels 1–2 SV Gmunden
Anger 3–0 Kindberg
TSV Hartberg 3–0 Zeltweg
August 7, 1999
GAK Amateure 1–0 Hallwang
ASK Voitsberg 5–1 SAK Klagenfurt
Hartberg Umg. 2–1 Pöllau
SV St. Veit 0–1 Bad Bleiberg
Rapid Lienz 0–1 (aet) ASK Köflach
FC Blau-Weiss Linz 1–4 Ranshofen
Wolfsberger AC 2–0 Bleiburg
SV Spittal an der Drau 2–0 FC Gratkorn
ASKÖ Pasching 3–0 Schwertberg
August 10, 1999
Austria Salzburg Amateure 1–0 (aet) Hallwang
USK Anif 0–3 SV Ried Amateure
SAK 1914 4–2 SV Grieskirchen
FC Lustenau 1-0 FC Kufstein
Tirol InnsbruckAmateure 3–1 SPG Axams/Götzens
SPG Reichenau 5–2 Jenbach
SC Kundl 2–2 (aet, p. 4-5) SV Seekirchen 1945
Puch 2–4 Donau Linz
August 11, 1999
Sturm Graz Amateure 1–3 St.Michael
SC Rheindorf Altach 3–0 Lustenau Amateure
FC Hard 3–0 SV Hall
August 17, 1999
Austria Wien Amateure 3–2 (aet) Fortuna
Leibnitz/F.Solva 2–0 (aet) Kapfenberger SV
August 25, 1999
Polizei Feuerwehr 4–1 Rapid Wien Amateure

Second round proper[edit]

Third round[edit]

Austria Salzburg Amateure were awarded a walkover against FCN St Pölten, as St Pölten were declared bankrupt

Fourth round[edit]

Quarter finals[edit]

Semi finals[edit]

Final[edit]

16 May 2000
20:30
Grazer AK 2–2 (a.e.t.) Austria Salzburg
Pamić Goal 3' (p)34' (Report) Szewczyk Goal 44'
Aufhauser Goal 90+3'
  Penalties  
4-3
Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Wien
Attendance: 9,200
Referee: Manfred Schüttengruber


GK Austria Franz Almer
DF Austria Andreas Lipa Booked 89'
DF Austria Anton Ehmann Booked 67'
DF Austria Gregor Pötscher
DF Austria Dieter Ramusch
DF Serbia and Montenegro Boban Dmitrović Substituted off 79'
MF Slovenia Aleš Čeh
MF Austria Enrico Kulovits
MF Austria Joachim Standfest Substituted off 85'
FW Nigeria Benedict Akwuegbu Substituted off 66'
FW Croatia Igor Pamić Booked 73'
Substitutes:
MF Austria Gernot Sick Substituted in 79'
MF Austria Martin Amerhauser Substituted in 89'
FW Ghana Skelley Adu Tutu Substituted in 66'
Manager:
Austria Werner Gregoritsch
GK Hungary Szabolcs Sáfár
DF Poland Roman Szewczyk Substituted off 97'
DF Austria Thomas Winklhofer
DF Austria Christoph Jank
DF Germany Heiko Laeßig Booked 52'
DF Austria Adolf Hütter Booked 9' Substituted off 71'
MF Serbia and Montenegro Sladjan Nikolić
MF Austria René Aufhauser
MF Austria Richard Kitzbichler
FW Austria Toni Polster Booked 27' Substituted off 56'
FW Austria Gerhard Struber
Substitutes:
MF Hungary Péter Lipcsei Substituted in 97'
MF Belgium Harold Meyssen Substituted in 71'
FW Austria Herfried Sabitzer Substituted in 56'
Manager:
Miroslav Pollak

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shootout if scores still level.

External links[edit]