2003–04 Danish Cup

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The 2003/04 season finale between F.C. Copenhagen and AaB in Parken Stadium.

The 2003–04 Danish Cup was the 50th version of the Danish Cup. The final was played on May 20.

FC København ended as cup winner, but as they also won the Danish Superliga, the UEFA Cup-spot went to the cup runner-up Aalborg BK.

Results[edit]

The team listed to the left, is the home team.

1st round[edit]

In first round competed 48 teams from the "series" (Denmark's series and lower 2002) and 16 teams from Danish 2nd Division 2002-03.

Kolding KFUM 1-3 Varde IF
østre Boldklub 1-3 Korup IF
Virum/Sorgefri BK 1-5 Nykøbing FA
Borbjerg GU 0-5 Nørresundby
Hornbæk SF 6-5 Vildbjerg SF
Ringkøbing IF 0-3 FC Nordjylland
Brabrand IF 0-2 Skive IK
Koldby/Hørdum IF 0-3 Holstebro BK
Kvik IF 5-2 Lindholm IF
Hobro 3-2 Hjørring IF
Brønderslev IF 0-2 Jetsmark IF
Odder 2-1 Næsby BK
Tåsinge fB 1-3 Hviding IF
Allesø GF 3-4 Svendborg fB
Marstal IF 2-6 Fjordager
BK Marienlyst 2-7 Dalum IF
Stensballe IK 4-2 AIA/Tranbjerg
Sædding/Guldager IF 1-2 Kolding FC
FC Bornholm 3-1 Lyngby BK
Taastrup FC 0-1 Fremad Amager
Amager FF 2-1 B 1908
Rosenhøj BK 5-6 Frederiksberg BK
Lejre/Osted 4-0 Frem Sakskøbing
Kalundborg GB 1-4 Glostrup FK
Toreby-Grænge 0-13 Holbæk B&I
KFUM Roskilde 6-3 Listrup U&IF
Ørslev GIF 1-2 Birkerød
Helsingør IF 1-0 Albertslund
BK Rødovre 2-1 Roskilde B 1906
Valby BK 1-6 Slagelse B&I
Østerbro IF 1-0 Næstved BK
BK Viktoria 2-8 Greve IF

2nd round[edit]

In second round competed 32 winning teams from 1st round and 8 teams from Danish 1st Division 2002-03 (no. 9 to 16).

Skive IK 3-1 Kolding FC
B 1909 2-4 Holstebro BK
Dalum IF 0-3 FC Aarhus
Vildbjerg SF 0-4 Nørresundby
Varde IF 8-0 Korup IF
Odder 4-1 Fjordager
Stensballe IK 0-5 Jetsmark IF
Kvik IF 1-3 FC Nordjylland
Hviding IF 1-14 AC Horsens
Hobro 5-7 Svendborg fB
BK Rødovre 1-2 Hvidovre IF
Amager FF 1-8 Nykøbing FA
KFUM Roskilde 5-3 Fremad Amager
HIK 2-0 Slagelse B&I
Greve IF 2-0 Brønshøj BK
Lejre/Osted 0-2 Birkerød
Frederiksberg BK 0-1 Holbæk B&I
FC Bornholm 0-1 B 93
Østerbro IF 1-3 B 1913
Helsingør IF 1-0 Glostrup FK

3rd round[edit]

In third round competed 20 winning teams from 2nd round, 6 teams from Danish 1st Division 2002-03 (no. 3 to 8) and 2 teams from Danish Superliga 2002-03 (no. 11 and 12).

Randers FC 5-1 FC Aarhus
Skive IK 3-2 HFK Sønderjylland
Vejle BK 2-4 Silkeborg IF
Odder 0-6 AC Horsens
Nørresundby 1-2 FC Nordjylland
Holstebro BK 8-7 FC Fredericia
Varde IF 0-1 Jetsmark IF
Holbæk B&I 2-4 Ølstykke FC
Greve IF 0-4 Køge BK
Birkerød 1-3 B 1913
HIK 1-4 B 93
Hvidovre IF 1-2 Nykøbing FA
KFUM Roskilde 0-1 Helsingør IF
Svendborg fB 1-4 BK Skjold

4th round[edit]

In fourth round competed 14 winning teams from 3rd round, 2 teams from Danish 1st Division 2002-03 (no. 1 and 2) and 4 teams from Danish Superliga 2002-03 (no. 7 to 10).

Viborg FF 1-0 AGF
Silkeborg IF 4-2 Herfølge BK
Nykøbing FA 4-0 FC Nordjylland
Skive IK 3-2 Holstebro BK
Helsingør IF 3-2 Jetsmark IF
BK Skjold 1-2 AC Horsens
Køge BK 4-5 AB
Randers FC 3-4 Ølstykke FC
B 1913 0-1 B 93
FC Midtjylland 0-1 BK Frem

5th round[edit]

In fifth round competed 10 winning teams from 4th round and 6 teams from Danish Superliga 2002-03 (no. 1 to 6).

AB 0-1 Viborg FF
Ølstykke FC 1-3 Odense BK
Helsingør IF 1-3 Skive IK
FC Nordsjælland 2-4 FC København
Esbjerg fB 1-2 Aalborg BK
B 93 1-3 AC Horsens
BK Frem 0-2 Brøndby IF
Silkeborg IF 1-2 Nykøbing FA

Quarter finals[edit]

Aalborg BK 2-0 Viborg FF
AC Horsens 1-2 Odense BK
Skive IK 0-2 FC København
Nykøbing FA 0-2 Brøndby IF

Semi finals[edit]

The semi finals are played on home and away basis.

1. leg
FC København 3-1 Odense BK
Brøndby IF 0-0 Aalborg BK
2. leg
Odense BK 2-4 FC København
Aalborg BK 2-1 Brøndby IF

Final[edit]

The final was played at Parken Stadium.

May 20, 2004
15:00
Aalborg BK 0–1 FC København
Bisgaard 28'
Parken, Copenhagen
Attendance: 38,095
Referee: Svendsen

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