1997–98 DFB-Pokal (women)

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1997–98 Frauen DFB-Pokal
Country Germany
Teams 44
Defending champions Grün-Weiß Brauweiler
Champions FCR Duisburg
Runners-up FSV Frankfurt
Matches played 43

The Frauen DFB-Pokal 1997–98 was the 18th season of the cup competition, Germany's second-most important title in women's football. In the final which was held in Berlin on 16 June 1998 FCR Duisburg defeated FSV Frankfurt 6–2, thus winning their first cup title. Duisburg had begun the season as FC Rumeln-Kaldenhausen, changing their name in midseason to FCR Duisburg.

1st round[edit]

Several clubs had byes in the first round. Those clubs were automatically qualified for the 2nd round of the cup.

Nagema Neubrandenburg 6 – 1 Fortuna Sachsenroß Hannover
Wittenseer SV 0 – 4 Turbine Potsdam
Wolfenbütteler SV 4 – 3 SSV Schmalfeld
Hertha Zehlendorf 2 – 1 Turbine Potsdam II
Wacker Merkenich 0 – 17 Sportfreunde Siegen
Fortuna Dilkrath 1 – 9 FCR Duisburg
Polizei SV Bremen 0 – 4 TV Jahn Delmenhorst
SC Bulach 1 – 4 SC Klinge Seckach
VfL Sindelfingen 1 – 12 TuS Niederkirchen
Fortuna Dresden/Rähnitz 1 – 9 FSV Frankfurt
FSV DJK Schwarzbach 0 – 8 SG Praunheim
TSV Crailsheim 12 – 0 TSV Eschollbrücken

2nd round[edit]

SpVgg Rehweiler 0 – 14 1. FC Saarbrücken
TSV Ludwigsburg 2 – 3 SC Klinge Seckach (aet)
SC Freiburg 0 – 1 TuS Niederkirchen
SV Dirmingen 0 – 1 Eintracht Seekirch
TuS Linter 1 – 7 FSV Frankfurt
FC Rennersthofen 0 – 7 SG Praunheim
TSV Crailsheim 4 – 1 FF USV Jena
Nagema Neubrandenburg 0 – 4 Turbine Potsdam
Tennis Borussia Berlin 2 – 0 Hamburg
WSV Wolfsburg 3 – 5 Hertha Zehlendorf
Wolfenbütteler SV 6 – 0 Fortuna Magdeburg
GSV Moers 0 – 10 Sportfreunde Siegen
Wattenscheid 09 0 – 5 FCR Duisburg
TV Jahn Delmenhorst 0 – 2 SC 07 Bad Neuenahr
SpVgg Oberaußem-Fortuna 0 – 7 Grün-Weiß Brauweiler
Arminia Ibbenbüren 0 – 1 Eintracht Rheine

3rd round[edit]

Grün-Weiß Brauweiler 3 – 5 FSV Frankfurt
SC 07 Bad Neuenahr 3 – 0 Eintracht Seekirch
Wolfenbütteler SV 0 – 5 FCR Duisburg
Turbine Potsdam 0 – 1 Sportfreunde Siegen (aet)
SG Praunheim 1 – 0 Hertha Zehlendorf
Tennis Borussia Berlin 0 – 3 TuS Niederkirchen
SC Klinge Seckach 0 – 4 Eintracht Rheine
TSV Crailsheim 0 – 2 1. FC Saarbrücken

Quarter-finals[edit]

SG Praunheim 0 – 1 FSV Frankfurt
FCR Duisburg 2 – 0 Eintracht Rheine
1. FC Saarbrücken 0 – 3 Sportfreunde Siegen
TuS Niederkirchen 3 – 0 SC 07 Bad Neuenahr

Semi-finals[edit]

FCR Duisburg 1 – 0 TuS Niederkirchen
Sportfreunde Siegen 2 – 3 FSV Frankfurt (aet)

Final[edit]

16 June 1998
FCR Duisburg 6 – 2 FSV Frankfurt
Grings Goal 4' Goal 48' Goal 90'
Nieczypor Goal 7' Goal 30'
Meinert Goal 18'
König-Vialkowitsch Goal 42'
Bornschein Goal 52'
Olympic Stadium (Berlin)
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Antje Witteweg (Goslar)
FC RUMELN DUISBURG 55:
GK 1 Germany Ursula McKnight
DF ' Germany Melanie Hoffmann
DF ' Germany Claudia Mandrysch
DF ' Germany Jutta Nardenbach
MF ' Germany Meike Fitzner
MF ' Germany Daniela Arndt
MF ' Germany Maren Meinert Substituted off 70'
MF ' Germany Martina Voss
MF ' Germany Sandra Albertz
MF ' Poland Jolanta Nieczypor Substituted off 87'
FW ' Germany Inka Grings
Substitutes:
MF ' Germany Michaela Kubat Substituted in 70'
FW ' Germany Christa Schäpertöns Substituted in 87'
FSV FRANKFURT:
GK 1 Germany Katja Kraus
DF ' Germany Steffi Jones Substituted off 87'
DF ' Germany Jasmin Krämer Substituted off 46'
DF ' Germany Sandra Minnert
MF ' Germany Daniela Stumpf
MF ' Germany Anouschka Bernhard
MF ' Germany Gaby König-Vialkowitsch
MF ' Germany Sandra Smisek
MF ' Germany Wenke Häusler
FW ' Germany Birgit Prinz
FW ' Germany Katja Bornschein
Substitutes:
DF ' Germany Jennifer Meier Substituted in 87'
MF ' Germany Martina Walter Substituted in 46'

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