2006–07 Coppa Italia

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2006–07 Coppa Italia
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The Coppa Italia 2006–07, shown during the last AS Roma's match of the season in the Stadio Olimpico
Country Italy
Teams 72
Champions Roma (8th title)
Runners-up Internazionale
Matches played 83
Goals scored 293 (3.53 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Emiliano Bonazzoli (Sampdoria), Nicolás Burdisso (Inter), Francesco Flachi (Sampdoria), Giuseppe Greco (Genoa), Hernan Crespo (Inter), Simone Perrotta (Roma), 4 goals

The 2006/2007 Coppa Italia final was played, like the two previous editions, between Internazionale and Roma. The first match was played in Rome on May 9, 2007, and the second leg in Milan on May 17, 2007. The score from the first leg was a 6–2 win for Roma, while in the second leg Inter beat Roma 2–1, which crowned Roma cup winners for the eighth time.

Formula[edit]

The match format was first introduced in the 2005–2006 season. Participating in the competition were all the teams from Serie A (20 teams) and B (22 teams), 28 teams from Serie C1 and C2, and 2 teams from non professional leagues ("Dilettanti"), 72 teams in total. The first three rounds were all one-game matches, with the lower classified team in the previous year playing at home. Only 64 teams participated in the first round; the 8 teams from Serie A that qualified for European competitions joined the competition in the fourth round – the round of 16. Once the third round was finished, only 8 of the original 64 teams survived and these teams were paired against the 8 teams that had not yet participated. From this point on, the rounds, including the final, were all double leg home and away with the team having the higher aggregate score advancing.

Pairing Teams[edit]

No draws were made to pair the teams. In the first round, seed 72 played seed 9, seed 71 played seed 10 and so on. In the second and all future rounds all brackets were fixed with no reseeding in case of upset winners. To see how teams were paired in the second round, assume no upsets and the top seed would again play the bottom seed; seed 40 (or its opponent seed 41) would play seed 9 (or its opponent seed 72), 39 (or 42) would play 10 (or 71) and so on.

Seeding Teams[edit]

Seeding was allocated as follows:

a) seed 1 to last year's Italian Cup Winner

b) seeds 2–8 to the participants playing in the Champions League/UEFA Cup competitions other than seed 1. If less than 8 teams are participating then the next highest placed Serie A team(s) complete(s) the list.

c) seeds 9–17 to the 9 remaining Serie A teams to 17th place.

d) seeds 18–20 to the 3 Serie B teams promoted to Serie A this season.

e) seeds 21–23 to the 3 Serie A teams demoted to Serie B this season.

f) seeds 24–37 to the 14 Serie B teams finishing to 17th place but not promoted to Serie A, and seed 38 to the play-out winner in Serie B

g) seeds 39–42 to the 4 Serie C1 teams promoted to Serie B this season.

h) seeds 43–46 to the 4 Serie B teams demoted to Serie C1 this season.

i) seeds 47–70 to 24 teams from Serie C1 and Serie C2 as selected by the league

j) seeds 71–72 to 2 teams from the Lega Nazionale Dilettanti (below C2) as selected by the league.

Preliminary Rounds[edit]

Top quarter[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round
                 
64 Sansovino 0
17 Messina 1
17 Messina 2
32 Piacenza 0
49 Grosseto 3
32 Piacenza 4
17 Messina 4*
16 Lazio 3
65 Rende 0
16 Lazio 4
16 Lazio 1(3)**
48 Monza 1(2)
48 Monza 1
33 Bari 0
First Round Second Round Third Round
                 
57 Novara 1
24 Mantova 2
24 Mantova 1(3)
25 Modena 1(4)**
56 Teramo 0
25 Modena 3
25 Modena 1
41 Genoa 3*
72 Giarre 0
9 Fiorentina 3
9 Fiorentina 0
41 Genoa 1
41 Genoa 3
40 Spezia 2

Second Quarter[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round
                 
60 Cavese 2
21 Lecce 1
60 Cavese 0
28 Bologna 2
53 Cittadella 1
28 Bologna 2*
28 Bologna 2
12 Sampdoria 3
69 Benevento 0
12 Sampdoria 2
12 Sampdoria 2
37 Rimini 1
44 Ternana 0
37 Rimini 2*
First Round Second Round Third Round
                 
61 Ivrea 0
20 Torino 3
20 Torino 1
29 Crotone 2
52 Sangiovannese 1
29 Crotone 3*
29 Crotone 0
13 Reggina 1*
68 Pro Vasto 1
13 Reggina 3*
13 Reggina 1
45 Cremonese 0
45 Cremonese 1
36 Vicenza 0

Third Quarter[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round
                 
62 Taranto 2
19 Catania 0
62 Taranto 0
30 Brescia 1
51 Salernitana 2
30 Brescia 3
30 Brescia 1*
14 Cagliari 0
67 Cuneo 0
14 Cagliari 1
14 Cagliari 2
35 Verona 1
46 Gallipoli 0
35 Verona 1
First Round Second Round Third Round
                 
59 Venezia 1
22 Treviso 0
59 Venezia 0
27 Arezzo 1*
54 Perugia 0(3)
27 Arezzo 0(4)**
27 Arezzo 1(6)**
11 Udinese 1(5)
70 Melfi 0
11 Udinese 4
11 Udinese 2*
38 Albinoleffe 1
43 Avellino 1
38 Albinoleffe 2*

Bottom Quarter[edit]

First Round Second Round Third Round
                 
58 Martina 0
23 Juventus 3
23 Juventus 2
26 Cesena 1
55 Lucchese 0
26 Cesena 1*
23 Juventus 3(4)
39 Napoli 3(5)**
71 Cervia 0
10 Ascoli 6
10 Ascoli 0
39 Napoli 1*
42 Frosinone 1
39 Napoli 3
First Round Second Round Third Round
                 
63 Sassuolo 0
18 Atalanta 3
18 Atalanta 3
31 Pescara 0
50 Pavia 0
31 Pescara 4
18 Atalanta 2
34 Triestina 3*
66 Carpenedolo 1
15 Siena 2*
15 Siena 1
34 Triestina 2
47 Sanremese 0
34 Triestina 1*

Final Rounds[edit]

  Round of 16
8 and 9 November 2006
28, 29, 30, 6 November and 7 December 2006
Quarterfinals
9 January,10 and 11, 2007
17 and 18 January 2007
Semifinals
24 and 25 January 2007
31 January – 1 February 2007
Finals
9 May 2007
17 May 2007
                                                     
3  Milan 4 2 6  
30  Brescia 2 1 3  
  3  Milan 2 0 2  
  27  Arezzo 0 1 1  
27  Arezzo 2 1 3
6  Livorno 1 1 2  
  3  Milan 2 1 3  
  2  Roma 2 3 5  
34  Triestina 1 0 1  
2  Roma 2 2 4  
  2  Roma 2 2 4
  7  Parma 1 2 3  
39  Napoli 1 1 2
7  Parma 0 3 3  
  2  Roma 6 1 7
  1  Inter 2 2 4
12  Sampdoria 1 3 4  
5  Palermo 0 2 2  
  12  Sampdoria 1 2 3
  4  Chievo 0 1 1  
13  Reggina 2 1 3
4  Chievo (a) 2 1 3  
  12  Sampdoria 0 0 0
  1  Inter 3 0 3  
8  Empoli 1 1 2  
41  Genoa 0 0 0  
  8  Empoli 0 0 0
  1  Inter 2 2 4  
17  Messina 0 0 0
1  Inter 1 4 5  

Top team in each pairing played first leg at home

Final[edit]

First leg[edit]

All times CEST.


9 May 2007
17:00
Roma 6 – 2 Internazionale
Totti Goal 1'
De Rossi Goal 6'
Perrotta Goal 16'
Mancini Goal 30'
Panucci Goal 54' Goal 89'
Crespo Goal 20' Goal 56'
Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Attendance: 39,095
Referee: Saccani (Mantua)

Second Leg[edit]


17 May 2007
16:30
Internazionale 2 – 1 Roma
Crespo Goal 50'
Cruz Goal 56'
Perrotta Goal 83'
San Siro, Milan
Attendance: 26,606
Referee: Morganti (Ascoli Piceno)

* After Extra Time
** After Penalty Shootout
(a) Advances on Away-Goals Rule

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