2013–14 Copa Argentina

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2013–14 Copa Argentina
Country  Argentina
Teams 261
Champions Huracán
(1st title)
Runners-up Rosario Central
2015 Copa Libertadores Huracán
Matches played 257
Goals scored 628 (2.44 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Mariano Gorosito
Walter Ibáñez
(5 goals)

The 2013–14 Copa Argentina was the fifth edition of the Copa Argentina, and the third since the relaunch of the tournament in 2011. The competition began on October 29, 2013. Arsenal was the defending champion, but were eliminated by Instituto in the Round of 32. In the final, Huracán won the tournament beating Rosario Central on penalties to win their first title. By winning the competition, Huracán won the right to play the 2015 Copa Libertadores, and the 2014 Supercopa Argentina.

Teams[edit]

Two hundred and sixty-one teams will take part in this competition. All the teams from the Primera División (20), Primera B Nacional (22), Primera B Metropolitana (21), Torneo Argentino A (24), Primera C (20), Torneo Argentino B (136), and Primera D (18).

Teams in bold are still in competition

Primera División[edit]

Primera B Nacional[edit]

Primera B Metropolitana[edit]

Torneo Argentino A[edit]

Primera C[edit]

Torneo Argentino B[edit]

Primera D[edit]

Regional Preliminary Round[edit]

This round is organized by the Consejo Federal.

Regional Preliminary Round I[edit]

In this round, 80 teams from the Torneo Argentino B participated. The round was contested between October 29 and November 6, in a single match knock-out format. The 40 winning teams advanced to the next round.

Regional Preliminary Round II[edit]

This round is contested by the 40 qualified teams from the Regional Preliminary Round I and the remaining 56 teams from the Torneo Argentino B. It will be played between November 12 and November 20, in a single match knock-out format. The 48 winning teams will advance to the next round.

Regional Preliminary Round III[edit]

This round is contested by the winning 48 teams from the Regional Preliminary Round II. The round will be played in November 27 in a single match knock-out format. The 24 winning teams will advance to the Regional Initial Round.

Regional Initial Round[edit]

This round is organized by the Consejo Federal.

Regional Initial Round I[edit]

This round is composed of two zones:

Torneo Argentino B Zone[edit]

In this zone, the 24 qualified teams from the Regional Preliminary Round III will take part. The matches will be played in December 10 in a single match knock-out format. The 12 winning teams will advance to the Regional Initial Round II.

Torneo Argentino A Zone[edit]

In this zone, all 24 teams from the Torneo Argentino A will participate. The matches will be played between November 5 and 20, in a single match knock-out format. The 12 winning teams will advance to the Regional Initial Round II.

Regional Initial Round II[edit]

This round is composed of two zones:

Torneo Argentino B Zone[edit]

In this zone, the 12 qualified teams from the first Regional Initial Round's Argentino B zone will take part. The matches are to be played between January 29 and February 5 in a single match knock-out format. The 6 winning teams will advance to the Regional Initial Round III.

Torneo Argentino A Zone[edit]

In this zone, the 12 qualified teams from the first Regional Initial Round's Argentino A zone will take part. The matches will be played between November 20 and December 4, in a single match knock-out format. The 6 winning teams will advance to the Regional Initial Round III.

Regional Initial Round III[edit]

All 12 teams qualified from the Regional Initial Round II (6 from each zone) will participate in this round. The matches will be played in February 12. Every match will have an Argentino A team facing an Argentino B team. The winners will advance to the Final Round.