2009–10 DFB-Pokal (women)

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2009–10 Frauen DFB-Pokal
Country Germany Germany
Teams 57
Champions FCR 2001 Duisburg
Runners-up FF USV Jena
Matches played 56
Goals scored 249 (4.45 per match)

The DFB-Pokal 2009–10 was the 30th season of the cup competition, Germany's second-most important title in women's football. The tournament started on 13 September 2009 and the final was held on 15 May 2010 in Cologne. FCR 2001 Duisburg defeated FF USV Jena 1–0, thus defending their title from the previous season and claiming their third. The final set a European record for the largest attendance of a national women's club game with 26,282 visitors in the RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne.[1]

Participating clubs[edit]

The following teams are qualified for the DFB-Pokal:

BUNDESLIGA
all clubs of 2008–09
2. BUNDESLIGA
20 of 24 clubs of 2008–09[n 1]
REGIONALLIGA
4 of 5 clubs promoted in 2008–09[n 2]
REGIONAL CUPS
Winners of 2008–09

SC 07 Bad Neuenahr

TSV Crailsheim

FCR 2001 Duisburg

Essen-Schönebeck

FFC Frankfurt

SC Freiburg

HSV Borussia Friedenstal

Hamburg

FF USV Jena

Bayern Munich

Turbine Potsdam

VfL Wolfsburg

Tennis Borussia Berlin

Union Berlin

SV Dirmingen

SV Victoria Gersten

FSV Gütersloh 2009[n 3]

ASV Hagsfeld

Blau-Weiß Hohen Neuendorf

FSV Viktoria Jägersburg

Holstein Kiel

Bayer Leverkusen

Lokomotive Leipzig

FV Löchgau

SG Lütgendortmund

Mellendorfer TV

Wacker München

FFC Oldesloe 2000

1. FC Saarbrücken

SC Sand

VfL Sindelfingen

Wattenscheid 09

Werder Bremen

1. FC Köln[n 4]

Magdeburger FFC

TuS Wörrstadt

  1. ^ Being second teams FCR 2001 Duisburg II, FFC Frankfurt II, Hamburg II, and Turbine Potsdam II may not compete in the cup.
  2. ^ Being a second team Bayern Munich II may not compete in the cup.
  3. ^ The women's section of FC Gütersloh 2000 left the club to form an independent women's football club as of 10 June 2009.
  4. ^ The promoted Brauweiler Pulheim joined 1. FC Köln as of 1 July 2009.
  5. ^ Finalist Werder Bremen II may not compete in the cup.
  6. ^ Finalist VfL Wolfsburg II may not compete in the cup.
  7. ^ Cup winner Magdeburger FFC was promoted to the 2. Bundesliga.
  8. ^ Finalist FF USV Jena II may not compete in the cup.
  9. ^ Finalist Brauweiler Pulheim was promoted to the 2. Bundesliga.
  10. ^ Finalist SC Freiburg II is not allowed to compete in the cup.

1st round[edit]

The top seven clubs from last year's Bundesliga season were automatically qualified for the second round of the cup. These were Turbine Potsdam, Bayern Munich, FCR 2001 Duisburg, FFC Frankfurt, Essen-Schönebeck, Hamburg, and SC Freiburg. The other clubs from the Bundesliga all won their first round match.

12 September 2009
14:00 CEST
Hallescher FC 0 – 5 Tennis Borussia Berlin
12 September 2009
15:00 CEST
ATS Buntentor 0 – 8 Werder Bremen
12 September 2009
16:00 CEST
SV Bardenbach 0 – 4 SC Sand
12 September 2009
17:30 CEST
SV Rot-Weiß Merl 0 – 11 SC 07 Bad Neuenahr
12 September 2009
18:00 CEST
FSV Jägersburg 0 – 2 1. FC Saarbrücken
13 September 2009
11:00 CEST
Mellendorfer TV 2 – 1 SV Victoria Gersten
Borussia Mönchengladbach 0 – 2 FFC Oldesloe
Union Berlin 0 – 10 FSV Gütersloh 2009
1. FC Neubrandenburg 04 2 – 3 SG Lütgendortmund
SV 67 Weinberg 1 – 2 1. FC Köln (AET)
1. FFV Erfurt 1 – 7 VfL Sindelfingen
SV Dirmingen 1 – 7 FF USV Jena
13 September 2009
13:00 CEST
DJK Eintracht Coesfeld 3 – 5 Wattenscheid 09
13 September 2009
14:00 CEST
FC Angeln 02 0 – 9 SV Blau-Weiß Hohen Neuendorf
SC Eilbeck 1913 0 – 4 Holstein Kiel
1. FC Lübars 0 – 1 Lokomotive Leipzig
SV Rot-Weiß Flatow 0 – 13 VfL Wolfsburg
Leipziger FC 07 2 – 3 Herforder SV Borussia Friedenstal
TSG Burg Gretesch 0 – 2 Magdeburger FFC
TSV Ludwigsrburg 1 – 3 TuS Wörrstadt
TuS Ahrbach 0 – 5 TSV Crailsheim
1. FFC 08 Niederkirchen 1 – 3 ASV Hagsfeld
TSV Jahn Calden 0 – 2 Bayer Leverkusen
Hegauer FV 0 – 1 Wacker München (AET)
13 September 2009
16:00 CEST
1899 Hoffenheim 2 – 0 FV Löchgau

2nd round[edit]

14 October 2009
15:00 CEST
SC Freiburg 2 – 0 FC Saarbrücken
16:00 CEST
Magdeburger FFC 1 – 4 Essen-Schönebeck
SC Sand 1 – 5 FF USV Jena
17:00 CEST
Turbine Potsdam 7 – 0 FFC Oldesloe
18:00 CEST
SG Lütgendortmund 1 – 2 Lokomotive Leipzig
18:30 CEST
SV Blau-Weiss Hohen Neuendorf 1 – 4 Werder Bremen
1899 Hoffenheim 0 – 1 VfL Sindelfingen
TSV Crailsheim 2 – 5 1. FC Köln
19:00 CEST
FCR 2001 Duisburg 9 – 0 Herforder SV Borussia Friedenstal
Bayern Munich 2 – 1 Wacker München
19:15 CEST
Wattenscheid 09 2 – 1 ASV Hagsfeld
19:30 CEST
Mellendorfer TV 0 – 5 FSV Gütersloh 2009
VfL Wolfsburg 3 – 0 Hamburg
Bayer Leverkusen 7 – 0 TuS Wörrstadt
15 October 2009
18:00 CEST
Holstein Kiel 0 – 0 Tennis Borussia Berlin (4–3 PSO)
19:00 CEST
SC 07 Bad Neuenahr 0 – 4 FFC Frankfurt

3rd round[edit]

14 November 2009
11:00 CET
FF USV Jena 1 – 0 VfL Sindelfingen
13:00 CET
FFC Frankfurt 6 – 0 SC Freiburg
14:00 CET
Essen-Schönebeck 4 – 0 Lokomotive Leipzig
Werder Bremen 1 – 5 FSV Gütersloh 2009
15 November 2009
13:00 CET
Bayern Munich 1 – 3 VfL Wolfsburg
14:00 CET
Wattenscheid 09 0 – 4 1. FC Köln
Turbine Potsdam 7 – 0 Holstein Kiel
Bayer Leverkusen 0 – 2 FCR 2001 Duisburg

Quarter-finals[edit]

19 December 2009
13:15 CET
Turbine Potsdam 3 – 0 FFC Frankfurt
20 December 2009
14:00 CET
VfL Wolfsburg 1 – 2 FF USV Jena
7 February 2010
14:00 CET
1. FC Köln 0 – 4 FCR 2001 Duisburg
Essen-Schönebeck 1 – 0 FSV Gütersloh 2009

Semi-finals[edit]

3 April 2010
13:15 CEST
FCR 2001 Duisburg 1 – 0 Turbine Potsdam
3 April 2010
14:00 CEST
FF USV Jena 3 – 0 Essen-Schönebeck

Final[edit]

15 May 2010
16:00 (CEST)
FCR 2001 Duisburg 1 – 0 FF USV Jena
Krahn Goal 51'
RheinEnergieStadion (Cologne)
Attendance: 26,282
Referee: Riem Hussein
FCR DUISBURG 2001:
GK 1 Germany Ursula Holl
DF 2 Germany Luisa Wensing Substituted off 90'
DF 10 Germany Linda Bresonik
DF 13 Germany Annike Krahn
DF 25 Germany Alexandra Popp
MF 6 Germany Jennifer Oster Substituted off 64'
MF 8 Netherlands Annemieke Kiesel Substituted off 57'
MF 17 Germany Marina Hegering
MF 11 Germany Simone Laudehr
FW 9 Germany Inka Grings
FW 15 Belgium Femke Maes
Substitutes:
MF 26 Japan Kozue Ando Substituted in 57'
FW 7 Germany Turid Knaak Substituted in 64'
DF 21 Germany Marina Himmighofen Substituted in 90'
Manager:
Germany Martina Voss
FF USV JENA:
GK Germany Jana Burmeister
DF Germany Anna Höfer Booked
DF Germany Kathleen Radtke Booked
DF Germany Julia Arnold
DF Germany Stephanie Milde
MF Germany Lisa Seiler Substituted off 69'
MF Cameroon Marlyse Ngo Ndoumbouk Booked
MF Germany Susann Utes
MF Germany Ivonne Hartmann
FW Equatorial Guinea Genoveva Añonma
FW Germany Sylvia Arnold
Substitutes:
FW Germany Sabrina Schmutzler Substituted in 69'
Manager:
Germany Heidi Vater

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary, except in the final.
  • Penalty shootout if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.

References[edit]

  1. ^ uefa.com. "Europarekord und Pokalverteidigung". Retrieved 26 August 2010. 

See also[edit]