2013–14 Magyar Kupa

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2013–14 Magyar Kupa
Country  Hungary
Teams 103

The 2013–14 Magyar Kupa (English: Hungarian Cup) was the seventy-fourth season of Hungary's annual knock-out cup football competition. It started with the first match of Round 1 on 7 August 2013 and ended with the Final held in May 2014 at Stadium Puskás Ferenc, Budapest. Debrecen were the defending champions, having won their sixth cup competition last season. The winner of the competition will qualify for the second qualifying round[1] of the 2014–15 UEFA Europa League.

First round[edit]

Matches were played on 7, 10 & 11 August 2013 and involved the teams qualified through the local cup competitions during the previous season, Nemzeti Bajnokság III, Nemzeti Bajnokság II and the Nemzeti Bajnokság I teams.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
7 August 2013
Szolnoki MÁV (II) 0–1 Mezőkövesd-Zsóry (I)
10 August 2013
Balmazújvárosi FC (IV) 0–7 Kemecse (IV)
Nyírgyulaj (IV) 0–5 Békéscsaba (II)
Gyöngyösi (IV) 3–3 (2–4p) Cigánd (III)
Felosőzsolca (IV) 1–0 Jaszbereny Vasas (IV)
Putnok (III) 0–2 Ceglédi (II)
Nagykőrösi Kinizsi Törtel (IV) 2–0 Tállya (IV)
Szeged 2011 (III) 3–2 Kozármisleny (II)
Csanádpalotai (IV) 1–3 Dunaújváros PASE (II)
Lipot (IV) 1–4 BKV Előre (III)
Pannonhalma (IV) 0–3 Gödöllői (IV)
Répcelaki (IV) 1–6 Ajka (II)
Szigetszentmiklósi (II) 2–1 Tatabánya (II)
Gyirmót (II) 2–0 Vasas (II)
11 August 2013
Elek (IV) 1–7 Várda (II)
Ebes (III) 0–2 Nyíregyháza Spartacus (II)
Nagyszekeres Unió (IV) 1–2 Balmazújvárosi Sport (II)
Mezőkovácsházi (IV) 2–4 Nyírbátori (III)
Markas (IV) 2–3 Tiszaújváros (III)
Kunhegyes (IV) 2–4 Kazincbarcikai (III)
Szikszó-Tomor-Lak (IV) 1–5 Felsőtárkány (III)
Geresdlak (IV) 3–2 Orosháza (III)
Morahalom (IV) 0–2 Szekszárd (III)
Kunszállás (IV) 3–0 Pecsvarad Spartacus (IV)
Thermál Spa Siklós (IV) 1–0 Hetányegyházi (IV)
Géderlaki (IV) 0–2 Sárszentmiklósi (IV)
Tolna Városi (IV) 0–7 Bajai (III)
Sárisáp-Tatabányai Alapítvány (IV) 0–2 Balassagyarmat (IV)
Berkenye (IV) 0–6 Futura Mosonmagyaróvári (III)
Voyage (IV) 4–1 Martonvásári (IV)
Csornai (IV) 1–4 RKSK-Rojik (IV)
Bábolnai (IV) 1–3 ESMTK Labdarúgó (III)
Dunaharaszti Munkás (III) 2–4 Soproni Vasutas Sportegylet (II)
Pilisi (IV) 2–0 Öttevényi (IV)
Viadukt Biatorbágy (IV) 3–0 Ménfőcsanak (IV)
Letenye (IV) 0–2 Balatonfüredi (III)
Balatonkenese Globe Dental (IV) 0–6 Hévíz (IV)
Pápateszéri (IV) 0–1 Uraiújfalu (IV)
Nádasd (IV) 0–4 Veszprém (III)
Balatonlelle (IV) 1–7 Andrashida (IV)
Péti (IV) 0–5 Zalaszentgróti (IV)
Szombathelyi Haladás II (III) 0–13 Csákvári (III)
Nagyberki (IV) 0–5 Zalaegerszegi (II)

Second round[edit]

Matches were played on 28 August 2013 and involved teams qualified from the first round. The rest of the teams received a bye for the third round.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
27 August 2013
Cigánd (III) 3–2 Felsőtárkány (III)
28 August 2013
Nyíregyháza Spartacus (II) 2–0 Ceglédi (II)
Kunszállás (IV) 0–5 Mezőkövesd-Zsóry (I)
Balassagyarmat (IV) 1–1 (3–5p) Kemecse (IV)
Gödöllői (IV) 0–2 Szeged 2011 (III)
Dunaújváros PASE (II) 2–0 Szigetszentmiklósi (II)
Viadukt Biatorbágy (IV) 3–2 Veszprém (III)
Andrashida (IV) 2–3 Puskás FC (I)
Thermál Spa Siklós (IV) 1–5 Soproni Vasutas Sportegylet (II)
Uraiújfalu (IV) 2–4 (a.e.t.) Geresdlak (IV)
Békéscsaba (II) 2–0 Balmazújvárosi Sport (II)
Zalaegerszegi (II) 1–2 Ajka (II)

Third round[edit]

Matches were played on 24 and 25 September 2013.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
24 September 2013
Balatonfüredi (III) 0–2 Ajka (II)
RKSK-Rojik (IV) 0–3 Békéscsaba (II)
Kazincbarcikai (III) 3–4 Mezőkövesd-Zsóry (I)
25 September 2013
Hévíz (IV) 1–7 Dunaújváros PASE (II)
Sárszentmiklósi (IV) 0–1 Csákvári (III)
Zalaszentgróti (IV) 0–2 Gyirmót (II)
Viadukt Biatorbágy (IV) 2–1 Futura Mosonmagyaróvári (III)
Szekszárd (III) 1–0 (a.e.t.) BKV Előre (III)
Geresdlak (IV) 1–3 Bajai (III)
Tiszaújváros (III) 0–1 (a.e.t.) Szeged 2011 (III)
Nyírbátori (III) 0–2 Nyíregyháza Spartacus (II)
Felosőzsolca (IV) 2–2 (2–4p) Cigánd (III)
Voyage (IV) 2–3 ESMTK Labdarúgó (III)
Pilisi (IV) 1–2 Kemecse (IV)
Nagykőrösi Kinizsi Törtel (IV) 0–3 Várda (II)
Soproni Vasutas Sportegylet (II) 2–3 (a.e.t.) Puskás FC (I)

Fourth round[edit]

Matches were played on 22, 29 and 30 October 2013.

Fifth round[edit]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Quarter-finals[edit]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Final[edit]

Ujpest won in a penalty shootout.

25 May 2014
Újpest (I) 1–1 Diósgyőr (I)

Referee: Peter Solymosi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2013/14 Access list Bert Kassies' Site

External links[edit]