2016–17 Magyar Kupa (women's handball)

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2016–17 Magyar Kupa
Country Hungary
Dates14 September 2016 – 2 April 2017
Teams46
ChampionsFTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
(12th title)
Runners-upGyőri Audi ETO KC
Matches played42 + 4 (Final four)
2015-16
2017-18

The 2016–17 Magyar Kupa, known as (Hungarian: TIPPMIX Török Bódog női Magyar Kupa) for sponsorship reasons, was the 59th edition of the tournament.

Schedule[edit]

The rounds of the 2016–17 competition are scheduled as follows:[1]

Round Draw date and time Matches
Round I 4 August 2016, 13:00 CEST 21 September 2016
Round II 29 September 2016, 13:00 CEST 19 October 2016
Round III 25 October 2016, 13:00 CEST 2 November 2016
Round IV 15 November 2016, 11:15 CET 4 January 2017
Quarter-finals 10 January 2017, 11:00 CET 15 February 2017
Final four 21 February 2017, 11:00 CET 1–2 April 2017

Matches[edit]

A total of 46 matches will take place, starting with Round I on 14 September 2016 and culminating with the Final on 2 April 2017 at the Messzi István Sports Hall in Kecskemét.

Round I[edit]

The first round ties are scheduled for 14 – 21 September 2016.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
14 September
K. Szeged SE (I/B) 24–36 PC Trade-Szeged KKSE (I/B)
Gödi SE (I/B) 34–21 Szentendrei NKE (I/B)
15 September
Gárdony-Pázmánd NKSE (I/B) 31–35 Szombathelyi KKA (I/B)
21 September
Pénzügyőr SE (I/B) 35–29 Szent István SE (I/B)
Hajdúnánás SK (I/B) 30–23 Nyíradony VVTK (I/B)
Marcali VSZSE (I/B) 22–27 NEKA (I/B)
NKK Balmazújváros (I/B) 25–25 (a) Eszterházy KFSC (I/B)
Szekszárdi FGKC (I/B) 26–23 Kozármisleny SE (I/B)
Sárvári Kinizsi SE (II) 17–32 Haladás VSE (I/B)
PTE-PEAC (II) 30–36 Rinyamenti KC (I/B)
Hódmezővásárhelyi LKC (I/B) 28–33 OXXO Energy-Orosházi NKC (I/B)
Rév-Hilltop (Count. I) 15–51 Vasas SC (I/B)
Csepel DSE (II) 30–33 Pilisvörösvári KSK (I/B)
Inárcs-Örkény KC (II) 23–30 HUFBAU-AKKER KNKSE (I/B)

Round II[edit]

The second round ties are scheduled for 11 – 19 October 2016.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
11 October
NEKA (I/B) 31–20 Mohácsi TE (I/B)
Haladás VSE (I/B) 18–37 Mosonmagyaróvári KC SE (I)
19 October
Eszterházy KFSC (I/B) 25–29 MTK Budapest (I)
OXXO Energy-Orosházi NKC (I/B) 22–26 Kisvárdai KC (I)
Hajdúnánás SK (I/B) 17–34 Békéscsabai ENKSE (I)
Szombathelyi KKA (I/B) 24–41 Alba Fehérvár KC (I)
Vasas SC (I/B) 29–22 Pénzügyőr SE (I/B)
Gödi SE (I/B) 22–36 IPress Center-Vác (I)
Csurgói NKC (I/B) 21–32 Szekszárdi FGKC (I/B)
Hajdúböszörményi TE (II) 15–35 PC Trade-Szeged KKSE (I/B)
Budaörs KC (I) 34–29 ELIOS Kispest NKK (I)
Pilisvörösvári KSK (I/B) 28–29 Kecskeméti NKSE (I/B)
VSK Tököl (II) 23–49 Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA (I)
Rinyamenti KC (I/B) 21–36 Siófok KC (I)

Round III[edit]

The third round ties are scheduled for 1 – 13 November 2016.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
1 November
PC Trade-Szeged KKSE (I/B) 24–24 Kisvárdai KC (I)
2 November
Alba Fehérvár KC (I) 32–29 Siófok KC (I)
Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA (I) 33–32 IPress Center-Vác (I)
Szekszárdi FGKC (I/B) 31–27 NEKA (I/B)
Vasas SC (I/B) 23–29 Mosonmagyaróvári KC SE (I)
Budaörs KC (I) 24–31 Érd (I)
Kecskeméti NKSE (I/B) 20–26 MTK Budapest (I)
13 November
Békéscsabai ENKSE (I) 27–27 (a) DVSC-TvP (I)

Round IV[edit]

The fourth round ties are scheduled for 4 January 2017.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
4 January
PC Trade-Szeged KKSE (I/B) 14–33 Érd (I)
DVSC-TvP (I) 27–18 MTK Budapest (I)
Szekszárdi FGKC (I/B) 17–34 Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA (I)
Alba Fehérvár KC (I) 20–20 (a) Mosonmagyaróvári KC SE (I)

Quarter-finals[edit]

The quarterfinals ties are scheduled for 15 February 2017.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
15 February
Mosonmagyaróvári KC SE (I) 20–31 Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA (I)
DVSC-TvP (I) 22–21 Érd (I)

Final four[edit]

The final four will be held on 1–2 April 2017 at the Messzi István Sports Hall in Kecskemét.

Semi-finals[edit]

1 April 2017
14:10 (CEST)
Győri Audi ETO KC 34 – 14 DVSC-TvP Messzi István Sportcsarnok, Kecskemét
Attendance: 1,600
Referees: Felhő, Öcsi
Görbicz 6 (20–8) Punko 3
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1 April 2017
16:10 (CEST)
FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria 33 – 29 Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA Messzi István Sportcsarnok, Kecskemét
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: Bíró, Kiss
Szucsánszki, Kovacsics 7 (18–15) A. Kovács 10
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Bronze medal match[edit]

2 April 2017
13:45 (CEST)
DVSC-TvP 30 – 24 Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA Messzi István Sportcsarnok, Kecskemét
Attendance: 1,500
Referees: Tomecskó-Hunyadi, Unyatinszki
Punko 7 (14–11) A. Kovács 8
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Final[edit]

2 April 2017
16:00 (CEST)
Győri Audi ETO KC 32 – 34 (p) FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria Messzi István Sportcsarnok, Kecskemét
Attendance: 1,800
Referees: Dobrovits, Tájok
Görbicz, Amorim 7 (15–16) Szucsánszki 9
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FT: 29–29 Pen: 3–5

2016–17 Magyar Kupa
Winner[2]

FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
12th title
Bíró, Szikora (goalkeepers), Faluvégi, D. Hornyák, Jovanović, Kovacsics, Lukács, Mészáros,
Monori, Pena, Schatzl, Snelder, Szarka, Szekeres, Szöllősi-Zácsik, Szucsánszki (c)
Head Coach
Gábor Elek

Final standings[edit]

Team
Simple gold cup.svg Hungarian Cup FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria
Silver medal with cup.svg 600px Verde e Bianco in diagonale.png Győri Audi ETO KC
Bronze medal with cup.svg Rosso e Bianco diagonale.png DVSC-TvP
Rosso Bianco e Nero.png Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Magyarország Kézilabda Magyar Kupa 2016-2017. évi Versenykiírása." (in Hungarian), Magyar Kézilabda Szövetség. Retrieved on 15 August 2016.
  2. ^ "Kupagyőztes az FTC". keziszovetseg.hu (in Hungarian). 2 April 2017.

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