2015–16 South Baden Cup

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2015–16 South Baden Cup
SBFV-Rothaus-Pokal
CountryGermany Germany
Teams64
Defending championsBahlinger SC
ChampionsFC 08 Villingen
2014-15

The South Baden Cup 2015–16 (German: SBFV-Rothaus-Pokal 2015/16) is the 64th season of the competition. 64 teams competed in the tournament of six rounds which began on 26 July 2015. The winner will be qualified for the 2016-17 DFB-Pokal.

The defending champions are Bahlinger SC who defeated Freiburger FC 3–0 in the 2014–15 final.

The winner was FC 08 Villingen who won over SV Oberachern 5-3 in the final. FC 08 Villingen was qualified for the 2016–17 DFB-Pokal where they lost in the first round against FC Schalke 04.


Round of 16[edit]

Quarter-finals[edit]

The draw for the quarter-finals was held on 29 January 2016 in the SBFV-Sporthotel in Lenzkirch-Saig. [1]

All times CET

SV Kirchzarten1 – 3FC 08 Villingen
Boya Goal 76' Report
(in German)
Jatta Goal 55'
Haibt Goal 69'
Geng Goal 77'
Sportplatz Kirchzarten, Kirchzarten,
Referee: Jonas Brombacher

FC Denzlingen1 – 3Bahlinger SC
Hayran Goal 41' Report
(in German)
Bührer Goal 47'84'
Ilhan Goal 61'
Einbollenstadion , Denzlingen
Referee: Andreas Dusch

1. FC Rieslasingen-Arlen0 – 1SV Oberachern
Report
(in German)
Huber Goal 32'
Referee: Tobias Doering

FV Tennenbronn1 – 3 (a.e.t.)FSV Altdorf
Moosmann Goal 19' Report
(in German)
Kremer Goal 80'
Oswald Goal 99'111'
Sportplatz Tennenbronn, Tennenbronn
Referee: Mario Barisic

Semi-finals[edit]

All times CET

FSV Altdorf1 – 3SV Oberachern
Rheinberger Goal 23' Report
(in German)
Walica Goal 3'
Gülsoy Goal 64'
Krebs Goal 70'
Sportplatz Altdorf, Ettenheim
Referee: Hafes Gerspacher

FC 08 Villingen1 – 0Bahlinger SC
Geng Goal 74' Report
(in German)
EBM-Papst-Stadion , Villingen
Referee: Michael Kempter

Final[edit]

The final took place in the Karl-Heitz-Stadion in Offenburg. FC 08 Villingen won its 8th title.

Time CET

SV Oberachern3 – 5FC 08 Villingen
Gülsoy Goal 54'
Weisgerber Goal 66'72'
Report
(in German)
Kaminski Goal 31'
Plavci Goal 45'+1'87'89'
Haibt Goal 83'
Karl-Heitz-Stadion, Offenburg,
Referee: Steffen Fante

References[edit]

  1. ^ "draw of quarter-finals in Südbaden Cup". fussball.de (in German). 20 March 2016.

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