2006 Bavarian Cup

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2006 Bavarian Cup
Founded
1998
Nation
 Germany
Map of Germany: Position of Bavaria highlighted
State
 Bavaria
Qualifying competition for
German Cup
Champions 2006
TSG Thannhausen

The 2006 Bavarian Cup was the ninth edition of this competition, organised by the Bavarian Football Association (BFV), which was started in 1998. It ended with the TSG Thannhausen winning the competition. Together with the finalist, SpVgg Bayreuth, both clubs were qualified for the DFB Cup 2006-07.

The competition is open to all senior men's football teams playing within the Bavarian football league system and the Bavarian clubs in the Regionalliga Süd (III).

Rules & History[edit]

The seven Bezirke in Bavaria each play their own cup competition which in turn used to function as a qualifying to the German Cup (DFB-Pokal). Since 1998 these seven cup-winners plus the losing finalist of the region that won the previous event advance to the newly introduced Bavarian Cup, the Toto-Pokal. The two finalists of this competition advance to the German Cup. Bavarian clubs which play in the first or second Bundesliga are not permitted to take part in the event, their reserve teams however can.[1] The seven regional cup winners plus the finalist from last season's winners region are qualified for the first round.

Participating clubs[edit]

The following eight clubs qualified for the 2006 Bavarian Cup:

Club League Tier Cup performance
TSG Thannhausen Landesliga Bayern-Süd V Winner
SpVgg Bayreuth Regionalliga Süd III Final
Jahn Regensburg Regionalliga Süd III Semi-Final
FC Ingolstadt 04 Oberliga Bayern IV Semi-Final
1. FC Nürnberg II Oberliga Bayern IV First Round
SpVgg Landshut Landesliga Bayern-Mitte V First Round
SpVgg Weiden Landesliga Bayern-Mitte V First Round
1. FC Schweinfurt 05 Landesliga Bayern-Nord V First Round

Bavarian Cup season 2005-06[edit]

Teams qualified for the next round in bold.

Regional finals[edit]

Region Date Winner Finalist Result
Oberbayern Cup 25 April 2006 FC Ingolstadt 04 SC Fürstenfeldbruck 1-1 / 5-4 after pen.
Niederbayern Cup 25 April 2006 SpVgg Landshut SV Schalding-Heining 3-0
Schwaben Cup 10 May 2006 TSG Thannhausen FC Memmingen 4-2
Oberpfalz Cup 16 May 2006 Jahn Regensburg SpVgg Weiden 5-0
Mittelfranken Cup 9 May 2006 1. FC Nürnberg II SG Quelle Fürth 3-2
Oberfranken Cup 17 May 2006 SpVgg Bayreuth VfL Frohnlach 2-0
Unterfranken Cup 17 May 2006 1. FC Schweinfurt 05 TSV Großbardorf 2-2 / 7-6 after pen.
  • The SpVgg Weiden, runners-up of the Oberpfalz Cup is the eights team qualified for the Bavarian Cup due to Jahn Regensburg from Oberpfalz having won the Cup in the previous season.

First Round[edit]

Date Home Away Result
24 May 2006 1. FC Schweinfurt 05 Jahn Regensburg 0-4
24 May 2006 TSG Thannhausen SpVgg Weiden 1-1 / 4-3 after pen.
24 May 2006 SpVgg Landshut FC Ingolstadt 04 2-3
24 May 2006 1. FC Nürnberg II SpVgg Bayreuth 2-4

Semi Finals[edit]

Date Home Away Result
6 June 2006 TSG Thannhausen FC Ingolstadt 04 1-1 / 6-5 after pen.
31 May 2006 SpVgg Bayreuth Jahn Regensburg 2-0

Final[edit]

Date Home Away Result Attendance
19 July 2006 TSG Thannhausen SpVgg Bayreuth 2-1 600

DFB Cup 2006-07[edit]

The two clubs, TSG Thannhausen and SpVgg Bayreuth, who qualified through the Bavarian Cup for the DFB Cup 2006-07 both were knocked out in the first round of the national cup competition:

Round Date Home Away Result Attendance
First round[2] 9 September 2006 TSG Thannhausen Borussia Dortmund 0-3 10,500
First round[3] 9 September 2006 SpVgg Bayreuth Kickers Offenbach 0-2 2,850

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bayerischer Toto-Pokal - The finals (German) BFV website, accessed: 6 November 2011
  2. ^ DFB-Pokal 2006/2007 .:. 1. Runde TSG Thannhausen - Borussia Dortmund Weltfussball.de, accessed: 5 November 2008
  3. ^ DFB-Pokal 2006/2007 .:. 1. Runde: SpVgg Bayreuth - Kickers Offenbach Weltfussball.de, accessed: 5 November 2008

Sources[edit]

  • Deutschlands Fussball in Zahlen 2005/06 (German) Yearbook of German football, author: DSFS, publisher: Agon Sport Verlag, published: 2006, page: 289–290

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