1969–70 Yugoslav Cup

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1969–70 Yugoslav Cup
Marshal Tito Cup
Country Yugoslavia
Champions Crvena zvezda (8th title)
Runners-up Olimpija Ljubljana

The 1969–70 Yugoslav Cup was the 23rd season of the top football knockout competition in SFR Yugoslavia, the Yugoslav Cup (Serbo-Croatian: 'Kup Jugoslavije'), also known as the "Marshal Tito Cup" (Kup Maršala Tita), since its establishment in 1946.

Round one[edit]

Garnizon Krajlevo 2 - 3 Partizan

Round of Sixteen[edit]

Crvena Zvezda - Zeljeznicar Sarajevo 1-0

OFK Beograd - Rudar Kakanj 2-0

Olimpija Ljubljana - Buducnost Pec 3-0

Orijent Rijeka - Dinamo Zagreb 0-1

Osijek - Vojvodina Novi Sad 1-3

Proleter Zrenjanin - Partizan Beograd 0-0aet (4-3 pen)

Radnicki Nis - Sutjeska Niksic 1-0

Vardar Skopje - Hajduk Split 1-1aet (3-4 pen)

Quarter finals[edit]

Dinamo Zagreb - Hajduk Split 1-0

OFK Beograd - Crvena Zvezda 0-1

Radnicki Nis - Proleter Zrenjanin 2-0

Vojvodina Novi Sad - Olimpija Ljubljana 0-2aet

Semi finals[edit]

Crvena Zvezda - Radnicki Nis 2-0

Olimpija Ljubljana - Dinamo Zagreb 3-1

Finals (First Leg)[edit]

Home Club Score Visiting Club
Olimpija Ljubljana
2 - 2
(aet)
Crvena Zvezda
Date May 19, 1970
Locale Stadion Bežigrad, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Attendance 6,000 (Cap. 8,231)
Referee G. Popov (Titov Veles)
Olimpija
(coach: Nedeljko Gugolj)
Zlatko Škorić, Velimir Sombolac, Atanas Djorlev, Hrvoje Jukić, Miloš Šoškić, Dragan Gugleta, Danilo Popivoda, Radoslav Bečejac, Ivan Pejović (Zlatko Klampfer), Vili Ameršek, Branko Oblak
Crvena zvezda
(coach: Miljan Miljanić)
Ratomir Dujković, Milovan Đorić, Sava Karapandžić, Miroslav Pavlović, Kiro Dojčinovski, Branko Klenkovski, Zoran Antonijević, Stanislav Karasi, Vojin Lazarević, Trifun Mihajlović, Dragan Džajić
Notes 0-1 Lazarević (18'), 1-1 P.Amersek (23'), 1-2 T.Mihajlović (63'), 2-2 Becejac (88')

Finals (Second Leg)[edit]

Home Club Score Visiting Club
Crvena zvezda
1 - 0
(aet)
Olimpija Ljubljana
Date May 27, 1970
Locale Stadion Crvena Zvezda, Belgrade, Serbia
Attendance 30,000 (cap. 51,328)
Referee M. Gugulović (Nis)
Crvena zvezda
(coach: Miljan Miljanić)
Ratomir Dujković, Milovan Đorić, Sava Karapandžić, Miroslav Pavlović, Kiril Dojčinovski, Branko Klenkovski, Zoran Antonijević, Stanislav Karasi, Vojin Lazarević, Trifun Mihajlović, Dragan Džajić
Olimpija
(coach: Nedeljko Gugolj)
Zlatko Škorić, Dragan Rogić, Atanas Djorlev, Dimitrije Srbu, Miloš Šoškić, Zlatko Klampfer, Danilo Popivoda, Dragan Gugleta, Radoslav Bečejac, Vili Ameršek, Branko Oblak
Notes Džajić (118')

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