2004–05 Austrian Cup

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The Austrian Cup 2004–05 (German: ÖFB-Cup) was the seventy-first season of Austria's nationwide football cup competition. It started on September 14, 2004 with the first game of the First Round. The final was held at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna on 1 June 2005.

The competition was won by Austria Vienna after beating Rapid Wien 3–1. Austria Vienna qualified for the second qualifying round of the UEFA Cup 2005-06 as cup winners.

First round[edit]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Parndorf 1–0 Admira
Rapid Wien Am. 2–1 Wacker Tirol


SV Wallern 0–1 Sturm Graz
Austria Vienna Am. 0-1 SV Mattersburg
Austria Kärnten Am. 1–2 (aet) SC Bregenz
SC Weiz 2–4 (aet) Kapfenberger SV
SVG Reichenau/Aldrans 0–5 Austria Kärnten
Sankt Andrä 1–0 DSV Leoben
SPG Axams/Götzens 0–2 Austria Lustenau
Kremser 2–0 SV Ried
FC Hard 3–7 (aet) FC Gratkorn
DSG Union Perg 1–3 SC Rheindorf Altach
SKN St. Pölten 3–0 SV Wörgl
SVA Kindberg 0–3 LASK Linz
LASK Linz Am. 0–0 (aet, p. 3–5) SC Untersiebenbrunn
FC Blau-Weiß Linz 3–2 SV Spittal/Drau
Austria Salzburg Am. 5–0 Zell/See
Grazer AK Am. 0–4 TSV Hartberg
SV Haitzendorf 5–0 SV Horn
SV Rohrbach 1–0 USK Anif
SV Stockerau 0–3 SV Hall
ASK Kottingbrunn 4–3 Pasching Am.
ASK Köflach 0–1 Admira Wacker Mödling Am.
ASK Kohfidisch 1-2 SV Austria Salzburg

Second round[edit]

The Bundesliga clubs entered at the Second round, except Rapid Wien, Grazer AK and Pasching who were involved in European competition and given a bye to Round 3. The games were played on September 28 to October 5, 2005.

The match featuring Rapid Wien Am. and SV Mattersburg had to be abandoned at half time due to floodlight failure. It was replayed in full on December 10.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Pasching Am. 1–4 Austria Lustenau
Rapid Wien Am. abd SV Mattersburg
Sankt Andrä 3–6 Kapfenberger SV
FC Blau-Weiß Linz 2–1 SC Rheindorf Altach
Austria Salzburg Am. 2–0 SC Untersiebenbrunn
ASK Köflach 2–3 (aet) Austria Kärnten
SV Hall 1–0 TSV Hartberg
SV Rohrbach 1–5 LASK Linz
SV Haitzendorf 1–2 Austria Salzburg
SKN St. Pölten 2–1 SC Bregenz
Parndorf 0–2 Sturm Graz
Kremser 1–0 FC Gratkorn
Rapid Wien Am. 1–3 SV Mattersburg

Third round[edit]

Quarterfinals[edit]

12 April 2005
SV Mattersburg 1 – 3 Rapid Wien
Mörz Goal 53' Hlinka Goal 10'
Došek Goal 61'
Katzer Goal 69'


12 April 2005
Austria Kärnten 3 – 2 LASK Linz
Kabát Goal 41' (p)
Stückler Goal 62'
Bubalo Goal 85'
Fellner Goal 27'
Kahraman Goal 39'


12 April 2005
Austria Lustenau 1 – 3 Grazer AK
Laschet Goal 45' Sick Goal 40'
Aufhauser Goal 64'
Kujabi Goal 90+3'


27 April 2005
SKN St. Pölten 0 – 6 Austria Wien
Vastić Goal 27' (p)69'
Petrouš Goal 47'
Gilewicz Goal 51'
Dosunmu Goal 72'
Kitzbichler Goal 86'

Semifinals[edit]

17 May 2005
Rapid Wien 4 – 1 Grazer AK
Hofmann Goal 8'64'
Martínez Goal 90'
Lawarée Goal 90+4'
Ehmann Goal 74'


18 May 2005
Austria Wien 3 – 0 Austria Kärnten
Sionko Goal 18'
Vastić Goal 36' (p)
Rushfeldt Goal 62'

Final[edit]

1 June 2005
Austria Wien 3 – 1 Rapid Wien
Mila Goal 20'
Vastić Goal 55'
Sionko Goal 65'
Burgstaller Goal 5'
Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna
Attendance: 28,000

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