2011–12 DFB-Pokal

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2011–12 DFB-Pokal
CountryGermany
Teams64
ChampionsBorussia Dortmund
Runners-upBayern Munich
Matches played63
Goals scored224 (3.56 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Robert Lewandowski
(7 goals)

The 2011–12 DFB-Pokal was the 69th season of the annual German football cup competition. It commenced on 29 July 2011 with the first of six rounds and concluded on 12 May 2012 with the final at the Olympiastadion in Berlin.

Since both finalists have qualified for the UEFA Champions League, the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League (group stage) spot was given to the fifth-placed Bundesliga team.[1] Schalke 04 were the reigning holders, but they were beaten by Borussia Mönchengladbach in the round of 16.

Participating clubs[edit]

The following 64 teams competed in the first round:

Bundesliga
the 18 clubs of the 2010–11 season
2. Bundesliga
the 18 clubs of the 2010–11 season
3. Liga
the top 4 clubs of the 2010–11 season
Winners of 21 regional cup competitions
  1. ^ a b c The three regions with the most participating teams in their league competitions (Bavaria, Lower Saxony, Westphalia) are allowed to enter two teams for the competition.
  2. ^ Bavarian Cup runners-up SV Wacker Burghausen had to compete in a play-off against SpVgg Unterhaching, the winners of the match between the losing semi-finalists, for the second Bavarian spot; this play-off was won by Unterhaching.[2]
  3. ^ Since SV Wehen Wiesbaden will enter the competition via their league placement, runners-up Hessen Kassel will inherit the spot reserved for the cup winners.
  4. ^ Since Eintracht Braunschweig will enter the competition via their league placement, VfB Oldenburg and TSV Ottersberg as losing semi-finalists played a single match to determine the second Lower Saxony participant. This match was won by Oldenburg.[3]
  5. ^ Since F.C. Hansa Rostock will enter the competition via their league placement, runners-up Anker Wismar will inherit the spot reserved for the cup winners.

Schedule[edit]

The rounds of the 2011–12 competition are scheduled as follows:[4]

Round Draw date Matches
First round 11 June 2011 29 July–1 August 2011
Second round 6 August 2011 25–26 October 2011
Round of 16 20–21 December 2011
Quarter-finals 7–8 February 2012
Semi-finals 20–21 March 2012
Final 12 May 2012 at Olympiastadion, Berlin

Draw[edit]

The draws for the different rounds are conducted as following:[5] For the first round, the participating teams will be split into two pots. The first pot contains all teams which have qualified through their regional cup competitions, the best four teams of the 3rd Liga and the bottom four teams of the Second Bundesliga. Every team from this pot will be drawn to a team from the second pot, which contains all remaining professional teams. The teams from the first pot will be set as the home team in the process.

The two-pot scenario will also be applied for the second round, with the remaining 3rd Liga/amateur teams in the first pot and the remaining professional teams in the other pot. Once one pot is empty, the remaining pairings will be drawn from the other pot with the first-drawn team for a match serving as hosts. For the remaining rounds, the draw will be conducted from just one pot. Any remaining 3rd Liga/amateur team will be the home team if drawn against a professional team. In every other case, the first-drawn team will serve as hosts.

Matches[edit]

First round[edit]

The draw was made on 11 June 2011.[6]

As in the 2010–11 competition, Hallescher FC will have to move their first-round match against Eintracht Frankfurt to another ground because re-building of their own Kurt-Wabbel-Stadion has not yet been completed. After several attempts of moving the tie to other locations, including Paul-Greifzu-Stadion at nearby Dessau-Roßlau and Frankenstadion at Nuremberg, were unsuccessful because of security concerns,[7][8] the match will eventually be played at cross-town Stadion am Bildungszentrum, the current home ground of the club.[9] Anker Wismar will also have to move their tie against Hannover 96 from their own Paul-Bürger-Stadion because of security requirements. The match will be played at Lohmühle, Lübeck.[10] Other matches have been moved for capacity reasons, including FC TeningenFC Schalke 04 (to be played at Badenova-Stadion in nearby Freiburg),[11] SC Wiedenbrück 20001. FC Köln (to be played at Heidewaldstadion, Gütersloh),[12] SVN Zweibrücken1. FSV Mainz 05 (to be played at Waldstadion, Homburg)[13] and Germania Windeck1899 Hoffenheim (Sportpark Höhenberg, Cologne).[7] Headlines made Hamburg Cup winner Eimsbütteler TV, who lost almost its complete first and second teams because of disagreements over how to split the money earned from reaching the first round. ETV was forced to field a side predominantly made up of players from its under-19 side.[14]

All times CEST

29 July 2011 RB Leipzig3–2VfL WolfsburgLeipzig
20:30 Frahn Goal 6'17'45' Report (in German) Goal 25' Lakić
Goal 28' Salihamidžić
Stadium: Red Bull Arena
Attendance: 31,212
Referee: Markus Wingenbach (Diez)
29 July 2011 1. FC Saarbrücken1–3 (a.e.t.)Erzgebirge AueSaarbrücken
20:30 Lerandy Goal 79' Report (in German) Goal 35' (pen.) Paulus
Goal 100' Hochscheidt
Goal 119' Könnecke
Stadium: Ludwigspark
Attendance: 7,136
Referee: Frank Willenborg (Osnabrück)
29 July 2011 Wehen Wiesbaden1–2VfB StuttgartWiesbaden
20:30 Janjić Goal 28' (pen.) Report (in German) Goal 6' Bičakčić
Goal 50' Kuzmanović
Stadium: BRITA-Arena
Attendance: 11,600
Referee: Robert Hartmann (Wangen im Allgäu)
29 July 2011 VfL Osnabrück2–3 (a.e.t.)1860 MunichOsnabrück
20:30 Wegkamp Goal 1'
Mauersberger Goal 34'
Report (in German) Goal 11' (pen.)107' Lauth
Goal 47' Volland
Stadium: Stadion an der Bremer Brücke
Attendance: 11,000
Referee: Florian Steuer (Menden)
30 July 2011 BFC Dynamo0–31. FC KaiserslauternBerlin
15:30 Report (in German) Goal 18' Iličević
Goal 22' Tiffert
Goal 50' Petsos
Stadium: Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark
Attendance: 10,104
Referee: Babak Rafati
30 July 2011 Hallescher FC0–2Eintracht FrankfurtHalle
15:30 Report (in German) Goal 85' (pen.)90' Gekas Stadium: Stadion am Bildungszentrum
Attendance: 2,800
Referee: Daniel Siebert
30 July 2011 1. FC Heidenheim 18462–1Werder BremenHeidenheim an der Brenz
15:30 Sauter Goal 57'
Schnatterer Goal 59'
Report (in German) Goal 33' Rosenberg Stadium: Voith-Arena
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Jochen Drees
30 July 2011 Dynamo Dresden4–3 (a.e.t.)Bayer LeverkusenDresden
15:30 Schuppan Goal 68'
Koch Goal 70'86'
Schnetzler Goal 117'
Report (in German) Goal 6' Derdiyok
Goal 12' Sam
Goal 49' Schürrle
Stadium: Glücksgas Arena
Attendance: 24,500
Referee: Günter Perl
30 July 2011 Eintracht Trier2–1FC St. PauliTrier
15:30 Kulabas Goal 16'
Hauswald Goal 89'
Report (in German) Goal 88' Sağlık Stadium: Moselstadion
Attendance: 8,457
Referee: Bibiana Steinhaus
30 July 2011 Arminia Bielefeld1–51. FC NürnbergBielefeld
15:30 Jerat Goal 15' Report (in German) Goal 26'35'40' Feulner
Goal 65' Mak
Goal 71' Pekhart
Stadium: Bielefelder Alm
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Norbert Grudzinski
30 July 2011 Rot Weiss Ahlen0–10SC PaderbornAhlen
15:30 Report (in German) Goal 12'29' Alushi
Goal 23' (pen.) Krösche
Goal 30'71'83' Taylor
Goal 79' Kara
Goal 84' Meha
Goal 86' Proschwitz
Stadium: Wersestadion
Attendance: 3,002
Referee: Christian Bandurski
30 July 2011 SV Babelsberg 030–2MSV DuisburgPotsdam
15:30 Report (in German) Goal 6' (o.g.) Stroh-Engel
Goal 30' Domovchiyski
Stadium: Karl-Liebknecht-Stadion
Attendance: 3,256
Referee: Martin Petersen
30 July 2011 VfB Oldenburg1–2Hamburger SVOldenburg
15:30 Ferrulli Goal 34' Report (in German) Goal 26' Westermann
Goal 72' Petrić
Stadium: Marschweg-Stadion
Attendance: 15,552
Referee: Peter Gagelmann
30 July 2011 Holstein Kiel3–0Energie CottbusKiel
19:30 Sykora Goal 15'
Kazior Goal 32'
Herrmann Goal 59'
Report (in German) Stadium: Holstein-Stadion
Attendance: 7,219
Referee: Robert Kampka
30 July 2011 SV Sandhausen0–3Borussia DortmundSandhausen
19:30 Report (in German) Goal 10'90' Lewandowski
Goal 56' Kagawa
Stadium: Hardtwald
Attendance: 10,231
Referee: Tobias Christ
30 July 2011 Kickers Emden1–5 (a.e.t.)FSV FrankfurtEmden
19:30 Janßen Goal 45' (pen.) Report (in German) Goal 35' Yelen
Goal 93'112' Gueye
Goal 111'118' Benyamina
Stadium: Embdena-Stadion
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Marcel Unger
30 July 2011 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen1–2 (a.e.t.)FC AugsburgOberhausen
19:30 Kullmann Goal 24' Report (in German) Goal 33' Verhaegh
Goal 120' De Roeck
Stadium: Niederrheinstadion
Attendance: 3,786
Referee: Marco Fritz
31 July 2011 FC Oberneuland1–4FC IngolstadtBremen
14:30 G. Aktas Goal 35' Report (in German) Goal 10'71' Hartmann
Goal 19' (pen.) Leitl
Goal 87' Ikeng
Stadium: Stadion Vinnenweg
Attendance: 750
Referee: Patrick Ittrich
31 July 2011 SpVgg Unterhaching3–2SC FreiburgUnterhaching
14:30 Sternisko Goal 17'
Tunjić Goal 47' (pen.)87' (pen.)
Report (in German) Goal 9' Makiadi
Goal 74' Reisinger
Stadium: Generali Sportpark
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Guido Winkmann
31 July 2011 Karlsruher SC3–1Alemannia AachenKarlsruhe
14:30 Milchraum Goal 26'
Kempe Goal 83'
Krebs Goal 90+4'
Report (in German) Goal 7' (pen.) Kratz Stadium: Wildparkstadion
Attendance: 15,118
Referee: Deniz Aytekin
31 July 2011 Eimsbütteler TV0–10Greuther FürthHamburg
14:30 Report (in German) Goal 17' Mavraj
Goal 19'25'76'85' Sararer
Goal 54'71' Tyrała
Goal 66' (pen.) Nehrig
Goal 80' Nöthe
Goal 88' C. Rahn
Stadium: Stadion Hoheluft
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Thomas Metzen
31 July 2011 Anker Wismar0–6Hannover 96Lübeck
14:30 Report (in German) Goal 12'25' Abdellaoue
Goal 34'36' Stindl
Goal 71'76' Stoppelkamp
Stadium: Lohmühle
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Peter Sippel
31 July 2011 ZFC Meuselwitz0–4Hertha BSCMeuselwitz
16:00 Report (in German) Goal 22'26' Ramos
Goal 49' Ottl
Goal 56' Ebert
Stadium: bluechip-Arena
Attendance: 7,707
Referee: Thorsten Schriever
31 July 2011 Germania Windeck1–3 (a.e.t.)1899 HoffenheimCologne
16:00 Buchholz Goal 36' Report (in German) Goal 51' (pen.) Salihović
Johnson Goal 98'
Babel Goal 116'
Stadium: Sportpark Höhenberg
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Bastian Dankert
31 July 2011 FC Teningen1–11Schalke 04Freiburg
17:30 Kirstein Goal 20' Report (in German) Goal 3'22'39'64' Huntelaar
Goal 7' Papadopoulos
Goal 13'32' Raúl
Goal 57'75' Holtby
Goal 70'79' Gavranović
Stadium: Badenova-Stadion
Attendance: 21,000
Referee: Tobias Stieler
31 July 2011 Hessen Kassel0–3Fortuna DüsseldorfKassel
17:30 Report (in German) Goal 25' Bröker
Goal 80' Rösler
Goal 86' O. Fink
Stadium: Auestadion
Attendance: 14,850
Referee: Benjamin Cortus
31 July 2011 SVN Zweibrücken1–2 (a.e.t.)Mainz 05Homburg
17:30 Maul Goal 116' Report (in German) Goal 95' Slišković
Goal 115' Allagui
Stadium: Waldstadion
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Harm Osmers
31 July 2011 SC Wiedenbrück 20000–31. FC KölnGütersloh
17:30 Report (in German) Goal 23'45' Novaković
Goal 78' Jajalo
Stadium: Heidewaldstadion
Attendance: 12,200
Referee: Christian Leicher
1 August 2011 Eintracht Braunschweig0–3Bayern MunichBraunschweig
20:30 Report (in German) Goal 9' (pen.) Gómez
Goal 39' (pen.) Schweinsteiger
Goal 83' Müller
Stadium: Eintracht-Stadion
Attendance: 23,645
Referee: Felix Zwayer

Second round[edit]

The draw for this round took place on 6 August 2011.[15] The matches were played on 25–26 October 2011.

25 October 2011 RB Leipzig0–1FC AugsburgLeipzig
19:00 Report Goal 62' Brinkmann Stadium: Red Bull Arena
Attendance: 34,341
Referee: Florian Meyer
25 October 2011 SpVgg Unterhaching1–4VfL BochumUnterhaching
19:00 Bigalke Goal 69' (pen.) Report Goal 7' Dabrowski
Goal 22' Ginczek
Goal 75' Federico
Goal 78' Jong Tae-se
Stadium: Generali Sportpark
Attendance: 3,150
Referee: Martin Petersen
25 October 2011 Fortuna Düsseldorf3–01860 MunichDüsseldorf
19:00 Benjamin Goal 15'
Rösler Goal 39'90+1'
Report Stadium: Esprit Arena
Attendance: 34,413
Referee: Jochen Drees
25 October 2011 Eintracht Trier1–2 (a.e.t.)Hamburger SVTrier
20:30 Kulabas Goal 9' Report Goal 63' Berg
Goal 110' Aogo
Stadium: Moselstadion
Attendance: 10,300
Referee: Robert Hartmann
25 October 2011 Greuther Fürth4–0SC PaderbornFürth
20:30 Peković Goal 5'
Nöthe Goal 29'
Occéan Goal 35'
Pektürk Goal 79'
Report Stadium: Trolli Arena
Attendance: 6,150
Referee: Markus Schmidt
25 October 2011 1899 Hoffenheim2–11. FC KölnSinsheim
20:30 Obasi Goal 40'
Musona Goal 50'
Report Goal 6' Jajalo Stadium: Rhein-Neckar-Arena
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Knut Kircher
26 October 2011 Holstein Kiel2–0MSV DuisburgKiel
19:00 Kazior Goal 54'
Sykora Goal 58'
Report Stadium: Holstein-Stadion
Attendance: 8,981
Referee: Christian Fischer
26 October 2011 Rot-Weiss Essen0–3Hertha BSCEssen
19:00 Report Goal 64' Ramos
Goal 72' Lasogga
Goal 86' Rukavytsya
Stadium: Georg-Melches-Stadion
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Deniz Aytekin
26 October 2011 Hannover 960–1 (a.e.t.)Mainz 05Hanover
19:00 Report Goal 93' Ivanschitz Stadium: AWD-Arena
Attendance: 30,100
Referee: Felix Brych
26 October 2011 Karlsruher SC0–2Schalke 04Karlsruhe
19:00 Report Goal 81' Huntelaar
Goal 83' Matip
Stadium: Wildparkstadion
Attendance: 28,916
Referee: Günter Perl
26 October 2011 Erzgebirge Aue1–21. FC NürnbergAue
20:30 König Goal 78' Report Goal 64' Esswein
Goal 68' Wießmeier
Stadium: Erzgebirgsstadion
Attendance: 13,000
Referee: Thorsten Kinhöfer
26 October 2011 Bayern Munich6–0FC IngolstadtMunich
20:30 Müller Goal 33'
Alaba Goal 49'
Petersen Goal 52'71'
Matip Goal 82' (o.g.)
Usami Goal 90'
Report Stadium: Allianz Arena
Attendance: 63,000
Referee: Guido Winkmann
26 October 2011 VfB Stuttgart3–0FSV FrankfurtStuttgart
20:30 Hemlein Goal 4'
Cacau Goal 38'
Traoré Goal 89'
Report Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Arena
Attendance: 18,270
Referee: Christian Leicher

Round of 16[edit]

The draw for this round took place on 30 October 2011.[16] The matches were played on 20–21 December 2011.

20 December 2011 VfL Bochum1–2Bayern MunichBochum
19:00 Federico Goal 26' Report Goal 52' Kroos
Goal 90+1' Robben
Stadium: Rewirpower-Stadion
Attendance: 29,299
Referee: Michael Weiner
20 December 2011 1. FC Nürnberg0–1Greuther FürthNuremberg
19:00 Report Goal 15' Prib Stadium: Easycredit-Stadion
Attendance: 48,548
Referee: Knut Kircher
20 December 2011 1899 Hoffenheim2–1FC AugsburgSinsheim
20:30 Salihović Goal 23'
Ibišević Goal 49'
Report Goal 36' Oehrl Stadium: Rhein-Neckar-Arena
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Thorsten Kinhöfer
21 December 2011 Hertha BSC3–11. FC KaiserslauternBerlin
19:00 Ramos Goal 43'
Lasogga Goal 59'
Ebert Goal 90+1'
Report Goal 51' Shechter Stadium: Olympiastadion
Attendance: 40,944
Referee: Florian Meyer
21 December 2011 Holstein Kiel2–0Mainz 05Kiel
19:00 Ujah Goal 6' (o.g.)
Müller Goal 64'
Report Stadium: Holstein-Stadion
Attendance: 10,649
Referee: Günter Perl
21 December 2011 VfB Stuttgart2–1Hamburger SVStuttgart
20:30 Cacau Goal 23'62' Report Goal 54' (o.g.) Kvist Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Arena
Attendance: 38,600
Referee: Peter Gagelmann
21 December 2011 Borussia Mönchengladbach3–1Schalke 04Mönchengladbach
20:30 Arango Goal 18'
Reus Goal 56'88'
Report Goal 70' Draxler Stadium: Borussia-Park
Attendance: 54,057
Referee: Wolfgang Stark

Quarter-finals[edit]

The draw for this round took place on 21 December 2011.[17] The matches were played on 7–8 February 2012.

All times CET

Holstein Kiel0–4Borussia Dortmund
Report Goal 11' Lewandowski
Goal 18' Kagawa
Goal 80' Barrios
Goal 87' Perišić
Attendance: 11,386
Referee: Felix Zwayer (Berlin)

1899 Hoffenheim0–1Greuther Fürth
Report Goal 44' Occéan
Attendance: 14,000
Referee: Marco Fritz (Korb)

Hertha BSC0–2 (a.e.t.)Borussia Mönchengladbach
Report Goal 101' (pen.) Daems
Goal 120' Wendt
Attendance: 47,465
Referee: Felix Brych (Munich)

VfB Stuttgart0–2Bayern Munich
Report Goal 30' Ribéry
Goal 46' Gómez

Semi-finals[edit]

The draw for this round took place on 11 February 2012.[18] The matches were played on 20–21 March 2012.

All times CET

Greuther Fürth0–1 (a.e.t.)Borussia Dortmund
Report Goal 120' Gündoğan
Attendance: 15,500

Final[edit]

Borussia Dortmund5–2Bayern Munich
Report
Attendance: 75,708

Top goalscorers[edit]

Final statistics.[19]

7 goals
5 goals
4 goals
3 goals

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