Hesse Cup

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Hesse Cup
Founded
1945
Nation
 Germany
Map of Germany: Position of Hessen highlighted
State
Flag of Hesse Hessen
Qualifying competition for
German Cup
Current Champions 2013–14
Kickers Offenbach

The Hesse Cup (German: Hessenpokal) is one of the 21 regional cup competitions of German football. The winner of the competition gains entry to the first round of the German Cup.

History[edit]

The Cup was established in 1945, after the end of the Second World War, in the state of Hessen, which then was part of the US occupation zone in Germany.

The Hessen Cup is played annually.

From 1974 onwards, the winner of the Hessen Cup qualified for the first round of the German Cup.[1]

Modus[edit]

Professional clubs are not permitted to enter the competition, meaning, no teams from the Fußball-Bundesliga and the 2nd Bundesliga can compete.

In 2008–09, the best 15 teams of the regional cups in Hesse qualified for the first round of the Hesse Cup. All clubs from Hesse playing in the Regionalliga and below take part in these competitions. Additionally, Kickers Offenbach and SV Wehen Wiesbaden are the two clubs from Hesse in the 3rd Liga, so they qualify directly for the Hesse Cup.

The final is played at a neutral location but the two finalists can agree to play the game at one of the two clubs home ground.

Cup finals[edit]

Held annually at the end of season, these are the cup finals since 1945:[2]

Season Location Winner Finalist Result Attendance
1945–46 Eintracht Frankfurt Rot-Weiss Frankfurt 3–2
1946–47 Eintracht Wetzlar FC Hassia Dieburg 3–01
1947–48 Olympia Lampertheim KSV Hessen Kassel 3–2
1948–49 Kickers Offenbach Eintracht Frankfurt 4–1
1949–50 FC Hanau 93 Kickers Offenbach 4–0
1950–51 SpVgg Bad Homburg SV Jügesheim 5–0
1951–52 FC 04 Oberursel SG Gelnhausen 3–1 aet
1952–53 SV 07 Nauheim SpVgg Neu-Isenburg 2–12
1953–54 not held
1954–55 CSC 03 Kassel FC Union Niederrad 2–1
1955–56 not held
1956–57 Eintracht Wetzlar SV Kilianstädten 1–03
1957–58 Viktoria Urberach VfL Marburg 1–0
1958–59 Germania Okriftel Germania Marburg 4–2
1959–60 SG Kelkheim Hermannia Kassel 2–1
1960–61 KSV Hessen Kassel II FC Arheilgen 3–2
1961–62 FVgg. Kastel 06 FV 09 Breidenbach 3–14
1962–63 Hünfelder SV Eintracht Stadtallendorf 2–1
1963–64 VfB Gießen FC Homberg 2–1
1964–65 Germania Wiesbaden 1. FC Langen 5–3
1965–66 SV Darmstadt 98 II SV Niederselters 5–2
1966–67 FV 09 Breidenbach SV Somborn 4–1
1967–68 SG Westend Frankfurt KSV Hessen Kassel II 3–1
1968–69 Eintracht Frankfurt II SV Hermanstein 3–2 aet
1969–70 SG Westend Frankfurt FV 09 Breidenbach 4–2
1970–71 Rot-Weiß Frankfurt SV Darmstadt 98 3–2 aet
1971–72 VfB Gießen TSV Wabern 4–1 aet
1972–73 FC Nieder-Florstadt SSV Auf der Heide Bottenhorn 2–1
1973–74 Rot-Weiß Frankfurt TSV Klein-Linden 2–1
1974–75 VfR Oli Bürstadt KSV Hessen Kassel 3–0
1975–76 SSV Dillenburg SV Wiesbaden 4–0
1976–77 VfR Oli Bürstadt Gladenbacher SC 9–0
1977–78 FC Hanau 93 Viktoria Sindlingen 4–0
1978–79 VfB Gießen Viktoria Sindlingen 5–2
1979–80 RSV Würges SV Buchonia Flieden 2–0
1980–81 TuSpo Ziegenhain Viktoria Griesheim 3–0
1981–82 KSV Baunatal FSV Frankfurt 7–0
1982–83 KSV Baunatal SpVgg Neu-Isenburg 3–2
1983–84 Eintracht Haiger CSC 03 Kassel 6–5 pen
1984–85 SC Neukirchen FC Ebach 2–0
1985–86 SKV Mörfelden FSV Frankfurt 2–1
1986–87 RSV Würges KSV Baunatal 6–1
1987–88 SV Wehen FC Germania Dörnigheim 3–2
1988–89 Rot-Weiß Frankfurt SV Wiesbaden 2–0
1989–90 FSV Frankfurt Eintracht Haiger 5–1
1990–91 Viktoria Aschaffenburg SC Neukirchen 2–1
1991–92 Rot-Weiß Frankfurt SV Wehen 2–0
1992–93 Kickers Offenbach Borussia Fulda 3–2
1993–94 SG Egelsbach Rot-Weiss Frankfurt 3–1
1994–95 SC Neukirchen FV Bad Vilbel 2–1
1995–96 Marburg, 9 June 1996 SV Wehen SC Neukirchen 3–2 aet 650
1996–97 10 June 1997 SC Neukirchen FC Herborn 2–1
1997–98 SG Hoechst SC Neukirchen 4–1 pen
1998–99 Aschaffenburg SV Darmstadt 98 Borussia Fulda 4–0
1999–2000 Alsfeld, 4 June 2000 SV Wehen TuSpo Guxhagen 5–1
2000–01 Hanau, 30 May 2001 SV Darmstadt 98 SV Wehen 2–1 1,000
2001–02 Offenbach, 29 May 2002 Kickers Offenbach SC Neukirchen 1–0 aet 4,500
2002–03 Rüsselsheim, 4 June 2003 Kickers Offenbach SV Wehen 3–2 2,000
2003–04 Offenbach, 6 June 2004 Kickers Offenbach SV Bernbach 4–3 aet 3,065
2004–05 Eschborn, 10 August 2005 Kickers Offenbach 1. FC Eschborn 2–1 aet
2005–06 Wiesbaden, 3 June 2006 SV Darmstadt 98 FSV Frankfurt 2–1 2,500
2006–07 Hanau, 6 June 2007 SV Darmstadt 98 KSV Klein-Karben 3–0 1,246
2007–08 Darmstadt, 28 May 2008 SV Darmstadt 98 Viktoria Aschaffenburg 2–0 3,300
2008–09 Offenbach, 27 May 2009 Kickers Offenbach SV Darmstadt 98 1–0
2009–10 Fulda, 11 May 2010 Kickers Offenbach KSV Hessen Kassel 2–1 5,000
2010–11 10 May 2011 SV Wehen KSV Hessen Kassel 3–0
2011–12 Offenbach, 11 May 2012 Kickers Offenbach FC Ederbergland 6–0
2012–13 Offenbach, 21 May 2013 SV Darmstadt 98 SV Wehen Wiesbaden 4–0
2013–14 Offenbach, 19 June 2014 Kickers Offenbach SV Darmstadt 98 4-2 pen 4,590

Winners & finalists[edit]

Listed in order of wins, the Cup winners are:

Club Wins Finals Years
Kickers Offenbach 10 11 1949, 1950, 1993, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014
SV Darmstadt 98 7 10 1966, 1971, 1999, 2001, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013, 2014
SV Wehen 4 8 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2011, 2013
Rot-Weiß Frankfurt 4 6 1946, 1971, 1974, 1989, 1992, 1994
SC Neukirchen 3 7 1985, 1991, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2002
VfB Gießen 3 3 1964, 1972, 1979
RSV Würges 2 2 1980, 1987
KSV Baunatal 2 3 1982, 1983, 1987
FC Hanau 93 2 2 1950, 1978
VfR Oli Bürstadt 2 2 1975, 1977
SG Westend Frankfurt 2 2 1968, 1970
Eintracht Frankfurt 2 3 1946, 1949, 1969
Eintracht Wetzlar 2 2 1947, 1957
SG Hoechst 1 1 1998
SG Egelsbach 1 1 1994
Viktoria Aschaffenburg 1 2 1991, 2008
FSV Frankfurt 1 4 1982, 1986, 1990, 2006
SKV Mörfelden 1 1 1986
Eintracht Haiger 1 2 1984, 1990
TuSpo Ziegenhain 1 1 1981
SSV Dillenburg 1 1 1976
FC Nieder-Florstadt 1 1 1973
FV 09 Breidenbach 1 3 1962, 1967, 1970
Germania Wiesbaden 1 1 1965
Hünfelder SV 1 1 1963
FVgg. Kastel 06 1 1 1962
KSV Hessen Kassel 1 6 1948, 1961, 1968, 1975, 2010, 2011
SG Kelkheim 1 1 1960
Germania Okriftel 1 1 1959
Viktoria Urberach 1 1 1958
CSC 03 Kassel 1 2 1955, 1984
SV 07 Nauheim 1 1 1953
FC 04 Oberursel 1 1 1952
SpVgg Bad Homburg 1 1 1951
Olympia Lampertheim 1 1 1948
Borussia Fulda 0 2 1993, 1999
SpVgg Neu-Isenburg 0 2 1953, 1983
Viktoria Sindlingen 0 2 1978, 1979
FC Ederbergland 0 1 2012
KSV Klein-Karben 0 1 2007
1. FC Eschborn 0 1 2005
SV Bernbach 0 1 2004
TuSpo Guxhagen 0 1 20001
FC Herborn 0 1 1997
FV Bad Vilbel 0 1 1995
FC Germania Dörnigheim 0 1 1988
FC Ebach 0 1 1985
Viktoria Griesheim 0 1 1981
SV Buchonia Flieden 0 1 1980
Gladenbacher SC 0 1 1977
SV Wiesbaden 0 1 1976
TSV Klein-Linden 0 1 1974
SSV Auf der Heide Bottenhorn 0 1 1973
TSV Wabern 0 1 1972
SV Hermanstein 0 1 1969
SV Somborn 0 1 1967
SV Niederselters 0 1 1966
1. FC Langen 0 1 1965
FC Homberg 0 1 1964
Eintracht Stadtallendorf 0 1 1963
FC Arheilgen 0 1 1961
Hermannia Kassel 0 1 1960
Germania Marburg 0 1 1959
VfL Marburg 0 1 1958
SV Kilianstädten 0 1 1957
FC Union Niederrad 0 1 1955
SG Gelnhausen 0 1 1952
SV Jügesheim 0 1 1951
FC Hassia Dieburg 0 1 1947
  • Winning finals in bold.
  • Achieved by reserve team.
  • 1 The 1947 cup final was replayed twice, with the first two games having ended drawn 3–3 and 2–2.
  • 2 The 1953 final had to be replayed because the first game ended in a 1–1 draw.
  • 3 The 1957 final was called off after 65 minutes because of crowd trouble and the SV Kilianstädten walking off the field. The game was awarded with the score at the time it was called off.
  • 4 The 1962 final had to be replayed because the first game ended in a 1–1 draw after extra time.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DFB Cup Men – Mode". DFB. Retrieved 12 December 2008. 
  2. ^ Hesse Cup finals (German) publisher: DSFS, accessed: 9 December 2011

Sources[edit]

  • Deutschlands Fußball in Zahlen, (German) An annual publication with tables and results from the Bundesliga to Verbandsliga/Landesliga, publisher: DSFS

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