2006–07 Taça de Portugal

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2006–07 Taça de Portugal
Country  Portugal
Dates 3 September 2006 – 27 May 2007
Teams 214
Champions Sporting CP (14th title)
Runners-up Belenenses
Matches played 211
Goals scored 592 (2.81 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Liédson
(6 goals)

The 2006–07 Taça de Portugal was the 67th edition of the Portuguese football knockout tournament, organized by the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF). The 2006–07 Taça de Portugal began on 3 September 2006.[1] The final was played on 27 May 2007 at the Estádio Nacional.

FC Porto were the previous holders, having defeated Vitória de Setúbal 1–0 in the previous season's final.[2] Porto was not able to regain their title as they were defeated by Atlético CP in the fourth round.[3] Sporting CP defeated Belenenses, 1–0 in the final to win there fourteenth Taça de Portugal.[4] By winning the Taça de Portugal, Sporting CP qualified for the 2007 Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira.[5]

Format and schedule[edit]

Round Date(s) Clubs entering this round Clubs from the previous round Clubs involved Fixtures
First round 1 3 September 2006 none 127 60
Second round 2 24 September 2006
  • 60 winners from the first round
122 56
Third round 11–12 November 2006
  • 56 winners from the second round
81 40
Fourth round 21 December 2006
6–7 January 2007
  • 40 winners from third round
57 28
Fifth round 21 January 2007 none
  • 28 winners from fourth round
27 13
Sixth round 10 February 2007 none
  • 13 winners from fifth round
15 7
Quarter-finals 28 February 2006
25 March 2007
none
  • 7 winners from sixth round
8 4
Semi-finals 18–19 April 2007 none
  • 4 winners from the quarterfinals
4 2
Final 27 May 2007 none
  • 2 winners from the semifinals
2 1
  • ^1 One Hundred and three of the one hundred and four teams who participated in the 2006–07 Terceira Divisão, played in this round. Vitória Setúbal B was unable to compete in the domestic cup competition due to the possibility of encountering their senior side in the competition. Queluz also did not participate.
  • ^2 Fifty four of the fifty six teams who participated in the 2006–07 Segunda Divisão, played in this round. Marítimo B was unable to compete in the domestic cup competition due to the possibility of encountering their senior side in the competition. Queluz also did not participate.

Teams[edit]

Primeira Liga[edit]

Liga de Honra[edit]

Second Division[edit]

Série A
Série B
Série C
Série D

Third Division[edit]

Série A
Série B
Série C
Série D
Série E
Série F
Série Azores

District Leagues[edit]

First round[edit]

For the first round draw, teams were drawn against each other in accordance to their geographical location. The draw was split up into four sections: teams from the north, the center, the south and the Azores region. The draw for the first round took place on the 8 August.[6] All first round cup ties were played on the 3 September.[7][8] Due to the odd number of teams involved at this stage of the competition, 1º de Dezembro, Canedo, Cartaxo, Lajense, Macedo de Cavaleiros, Penamacorense and União da Serra progressed to the next round.[9] Vasco da Gama AC were scheduled to play Casa Pia, but forfeited their match due to the club folding at the beginning of the 2006–07 season.[10] The first round of the cup saw teams from the Portuguese Third Division (IV) start the competition alongside some teams who registered to participate in the cup from the Portuguese District Leagues (V).

North Zone[edit]

Central Zone[edit]

South Zone[edit]

Azores Zone[edit]

Second round[edit]

The draw for the second round took place on the 11 September.[11] All second round ties were played on the 24 September.[12][13] Due to the odd number of teams at this stage of the competition, Avanca, Bougadense, Imortal, Louletano, Maria da Fonte, Marítimo Graciosa, Oliveira do Bairro, Paços de Brandão, Paredes and Tourizense progressed to the next round. The second round saw teams from the Portuguese Second Division (III) enter the competition.

Série A[edit]

Série B[edit]

Série C[edit]

Série D[edit]

Third round[edit]

The draw for the third round took place on the 30 October.[14] The majority of the third round ties were played on the 11 November.[15][16] Due to the odd number of teams in the competition, Casa Pia progressed to the next round due to having no opponent to face at this stage of the competition. The third round saw teams from the Liga de Honra (II) enter the competition.

Fourth round[edit]

The draw for the fourth round took place on the 28 November.[17] Sporting CP's cup tie against União da Madeira was played on the 21 December, whilst Benfica's tie against Oliveira do Bairro was played on the 6 of January.[18][19] The remainder of the ties were played on the 7 of January.[20][21] Due to the odd number of teams in the competition, Rio Ave progressed to the next round due to having no opponent to face at this stage of the competition. The fourth round saw teams from the Primeira Liga (I) enter the competition.

Fifth round[edit]

The draw for the fourth round took place on the 9 January.[22] All of the cup ties were played on the 21 January.[23][24] Due to the odd number of participants in the competition, Bragança progressed to the next round due to having no opponent to face at this stage of the competition.

Sixth round[edit]

Ties were played on the 10 February.[25][26] Due to the odd number of participants involved in the 2006–07 Taça de Portugal, Braga qualified for the quarter finals due to having no opponent to face at this stage of the competition.[27]

Quarter-finals[edit]

Three of the cup ties were played on the 28 February, whilst Braga's game against Varzim was played on the 25 March.[28][29]

Semi-finals[edit]

Ties were played on the 18–19 April.[28][29] All four semi-finalists were from the Primeira Liga.

Final[edit]

27 May 2007
17:00
Sporting CP (I) 1 – 0 Belenenses (I)
Liédson Goal 87' (Report)

References[edit]

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