2000–01 Copa del Rey

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2000–01 Copa del Rey
97th Copa del Rey
Country  Spain
Dates 30 August 2000 – 30 June 2001
Teams 80
Champions Real Zaragoza
Runners-up Celta de Vigo
Matches played 110
Goals scored 284 (2.58 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Spain Salva  (6 goals)
Community of Madrid Atlético de Madrid

The Copa del Rey 2000–01 is the 97th staging of the Copa del Rey.

The competition started on August 30, 2000 and concluded on March 30, 2001 with the Final, held at the Estadio La Cartuja in Sevilla.

Format[edit]

  • All rounds are played over two legs apart the final which is played a single match in a neutral venue and the Rounds of 32 and 64, which are played a single match playoff in the field of lower-level opponent. In these rounds teams from 1ª División start as top seeds and can not face each other.
  • In the event that aggregate scores finish level, the away goals rule. (This rule applies also in extra time)
  • In case of a tie on aggregate, will play an extra time of 30 minutes, and if no goals are scored during extra time, the tie is decided by penalty shootout.
  • The winners of the competition will earn a place in the group stage of next season's UEFA Cup, if they have not already qualified for European competition, if so then the runners-up will instead take this berth.

(*) CD Toledo, CD Logroñés, Gimnástica de Torrelavega, Granada CF from Segunda B / 3ª División, started the tournament in the second round.

Preliminary Round[edit]

Round of 64[edit]

Home Score Visitor Match Details Notes
CD Toledo
2 – 1[1]
Real Madrid CF 13 Dec 2000 Salto del Caballo, Toledo Rep.
SD Eibar
0 – 1
Real Zaragoza 13 Dec 2000 Ipurua, Eibar Rep.
UD Orotava
1 – 1 (p)
Rayo Vallecano 13 Dec 2000 Los Cuartos, La Orotava Rep. Penalties: 2 - 4 for Rayo Vallecano
CD Ourense
0 – 2
Real Valladolid CF 13 Dec 2000 O Couto, Ourense Rep.
CD Mensajero
0 – 1
Celta de Vigo 13 Dec 2000 Silvestre Carrillo, Sta. Cruz de La Palma Rep.
Universidad de Las Palmas CF
0 – 1
Deportivo de La Coruña 13 Dec 2000 Pepe Gonçalvez, Las Palmas Rep.
CD Tenerife
2 – 1
Real Oviedo CF 13 Dec 2000 Heliodoro Rodríguez López, Sta. Cruz Rep.
Sporting de Gijón
1 – 1 (p)
UD Las Palmas 13 Dec 2000 El Molinón, Gijón Rep. Penalties: 4 - 5 for UD Las Palmas
Racing de Ferrol
0 – 1
CD Leganés 13 Dec 2000 A Malata, Ferrol Rep.
SD Compostela
3 – 0
Getafe CF 13 Dec 2000 Multiusos de San Lázaro, Compostela Rep.
Atlético de Madrid
1 – 0
UD Salamanca 13 Dec 2000 Vicente Calderón, Madrid Rep.
CD Logroñés
0 – 2
CA Osasuna 13 Dec 2000 Las Gaunas, Logroño Rep.
CD Aurrerá
0 – 2
Athletic Bilbao 13 Dec 2000 Olaranbe, Vitoria-Gasteiz Rep.
Gimnástica de Torrelavega
2 – 2 (p)
Deportivo Alavés 13 Dec 2000 El Malecón, Torrelavega Rep. Penalties: 4 - 1 for Gimnástica de Torrelavega
Barakaldo CF
1 – 1 (p)
CD Numancia 13 Dec 2000 Nuevo Lasesarre, Barakaldo Rep. Penalties: 3 - 4 for CD Numancia
Levante UD
3 – 0
UE Lleida 13 Dec 2000 Ciutat de València, Valencia Rep.
Polideportivo Ejido
1 – 2
Guadix CF 13 Dec 2000 Santo Domingo, Ejido Rep.
Granada CF
1 – 0
Recreativo de Huelva 13 Dec 2000 Nuevo Los Cármenes, Granada Rep.
Real Jaén CF
2 – 1 (aet)
Real Betis 13 Dec 2000 Nuevo Estadio de La Victoria, Jaén Rep.
Córdoba CF
0 – 2 (aet)
CD Badajoz 13 Dec 2000 Nuevo Arcángel, Córdoba Rep.
Xerez CD
2 – 1
Sevilla FC 13 Dec 2000 Mpal. de Chapín, Jerez de la Frontera Rep.
Burgos CF
0 – 2
Racing de Santander 13 Dec 2000 El Plantío, Burgos Rep.
Real Murcia CF
3 – 1 (aet)
Elche CF 13 Dec 2000 La Condomina, Murcia Rep.
SD Beasain
2 – 1
Real Sociedad 13 Dec 2000 Loinaz, Beasain Rep.
Albacete Balompié
0 – 1
RCD Espanyol 13 Dec 2000 Carlos Belmonte, Albacete Rep.
UDA Gramenet
0 – 1
Valencia CF 12 Dec 2000 Nou Camp Municipal, Sta. Coloma Rep.
CF Gandía
0 – 3
FC Barcelona 12 Dec 2000 Guillermo Olagüe, Gandía Rep.
UE Figueres
0 – 2
RCD Mallorca 13 Dec 2000 Vilatenim, Figueres Rep.
CD Burriana
1 – 2 (aet)
Villarreal CF 12 Dec 2000 San Fernando, Burriana Rep.
Algeciras CF
0 – 3 (aet)
CF Extremadura 13 Dec 2000 Nuevo Mirador, Algeciras Rep.
AD Ceuta
3 – 2
Málaga CF 13 Dec 2000 Alfonso Murube, Ceuta Rep.

Bye: UD San Sebastián de los Reyes.

Round of 32[edit]

Home Score Visitor Match Details Notes
Gimnástica de Torrelavega
2 – 1
UD Las Palmas 3 Jan 2001 El Malecón, Torrelavega Rep.
SD Beasain
0 – 3
Real Zaragoza 3 Jan 2001 Loinaz, Beasain Rep.
CD Toledo
0 – 1
Rayo Vallecano 3 Jan 2001 Salto del Caballo, Toledo Rep.
UD San Sebastián de los Reyes
1 – 2
Athletic Bilbao 2 Jan 2001 Mpal. Matapiñonera, SS. De los Reyes Rep.
SD Compostela
1 – 3 (aet)
Celta de Vigo 3 Jan 2001 Multiusos de San Lázaro, Compostela Rep.
CD Tenerife
3 – 2
Deportivo de La Coruña 3 Jan 2001 Heliodoro Rodríguez López, Sta. Cruz Rep.
Atlético de Madrid
3 – 1
CA Osasuna 3 Jan 2001 Vicente Calderón, Madrid Rep.
CF Extremadura
2 – 1 (aet)
Real Valladolid CF 3 Jan 2001 Francisco de la Hera, Almendralejo Rep.
CD Leganés
2 – 1
CD Numancia 3 Jan 2001 Mpal. de Butarque, Leganés Rep.
Xerez CD
0 – 3
RCD Mallorca 3 Jan 2001 Mpal. de Chapín, Jerez de la Frontera Rep.
AD Ceuta
0 – 3
FC Barcelona 3 Jan 2001 Alfonso Murube, Ceuta Rep.
Granada CF
1 – 1 (p)
Villarreal CF 2 Jan 2001 Nuevo Los Cármenes, Granada Rep. Penalties: 4 - 2 for Granada CF
Guadix CF
4 – 4 (p)[2]
Valencia CF 3 Jan 2001 Mpa. de Guadix, Guadix Rep. Penalties: 6 - 5 for Guadix CF
Levante UD
0 – 2
RCD Espanyol 2 Jan 2001 Ciutat de València, Valencia Rep.
Real Jaén CF
1 – 1 (p)
Real Murcia CF 3 Jan 2001 Nuevo Estadio de La Victoria, Jaén Rep. Penalties: 8 - 9 for Real Murcia CF
CD Badajoz
0 – 4
Racing de Santander 3 Jan 2001 Nuevo Vivero, Badajoz Rep.

Round of 16[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
CD Leganés Community of Madrid 2 – 2 (a) Galicia (Spain) Celta de Vigo 1 - 2 0 - 1
CD Tenerife Canary Islands 0 – 4 Balearic Islands RCD Mallorca 0 - 2 2 - 0
CF Extremadura Extremadura 1 – 2 Catalonia RCD Espanyol 1 - 1 1 - 0
Gimnástica de Torrelavega Cantabria 0 – 1 Catalonia FC Barcelona 0 - 1[3] 0 - 0
Guadix CF Andalusia 0 – 0 (p) Andalusia Granada CF 0 - 0 0 - 0 / 5 - 4
Atlético de Madrid Community of Madrid 4 – 2 Community of Madrid Rayo Vallecano 2 - 2 0 - 2
Racing de Santander Cantabria 2 – 0 Basque Country (autonomous community) Athletic Bilbao 2 - 0[4] 0 - 0
Real Murcia CF Region of Murcia 4 – 7 Aragon Real Zaragoza 2 - 3[5] 4 - 1[6]

First Leg[edit]

Second Leg[edit]

Quarter-Finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Celta de Vigo Galicia (Spain) 4 – 3 Balearic Islands RCD Mallorca 3 - 1 2 - 1
RCD Espanyol Catalonia 2 – 3 Catalonia FC Barcelona 1 - 2 1 - 1
Granada CF Andalusia 1 – 4 Community of Madrid Atlético de Madrid 0 - 1 3 - 1
Racing de Santander Cantabria 1 – 3 Aragon Real Zaragoza 1 - 1[7] 2 - 0[8]

First Leg[edit]

Second Leg[edit]

Semi-Finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Celta de Vigo Galicia (Spain) 4 – 2 Catalonia FC Barcelona 3 - 1 1 - 1
Atlético de Madrid Community of Madrid 1 – 3 Aragon Real Zaragoza 0 - 2[9] 0 - 1[10]

First Leg[edit]

Second Leg[edit]

Final[edit]

30 June 2001
21:00 CET
Celta de Vigo 1 – 3[11] Real Zaragoza
Mostovoi Goal 5' Report
(Spanish)
Aguado Goal 23'
Jamelli Goal 38' (pen.)
Yordi Goal 90+4'
Pablo Díaz Yellow cardRed card 90+2'
Sevilla
Stadium: La Cartuja
Attendance: 38,000
Referee: García-Aranda Community of Madrid
Copa del Rey
2000–01 Winners
Real Zaragoza
5th title

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