2017–18 Polish Cup

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2017–18 Polish Cup
Puchar Polski
Country Poland
Dates14 July 2017 – 2 May 2018
Championship venuePGE Narodowy, Warsaw
Teams68
Defending championsArka Gdynia
ChampionsLegia Warsaw
Runners-upArka Gdynia
Matches played72
Goals scored233 (3.24 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Igor Angulo
Armando Sadiku
Janusz Surdykowski
(4 goals)
All statistics correct as of 2 May 2018.

The 2017–18 Polish Cup was the sixty-fourth season of the annual Polish football knockout tournament. It began on 14 July 2017 with the first matches of the preliminary round and ended on 2 May 2018 with the final at PGE Narodowy.[1] Winners of the competition will qualify for the qualifying tournament of the 2018–19 UEFA Europa League.

Participating teams[edit]

Enter in Round of 32 Enter in First Round Enter in Preliminary Round
2016–17 Ekstraklasa
16 teams
2016–17 I liga
12 highest ranked teams
2016–17 I liga
6 lowest ranked teams
2016–17 II liga
18 teams
Winners of 16 regional cup competitions

Source: 90minut.pl

Notes
  1. Polonia Bytom withdrew from the competition.[2]

Round and draw dates[edit]

Round Draw date First leg Second leg
Preliminary round 22 June 2017 14–18 July 2017
First round 22–26 July 2017
Round of 32 25 July 2017 8–10 August 2017
Round of 16 19–27 September 2017
Quarter-finals 24–26 October 2017 28–29 November 2017
Semi-finals 3–4 April 2018 17–18 April 2018
Final 2 May 2018
at PGE Narodowy[1]

Source: 90minut.pl

Preliminary round[edit]

The draw for this round was conducted at the headquarters of the Polish FA on 22 June 2017. Participating in this round were 16 regional cup winners, 18 teams from the 2016–17 II liga and 6 lowest ranked teams from the 2016–17 I liga. The matches were played from 14 to 18 July 2017.[3]

16 of the 24 I liga and II liga teams participating in the preliminary round were drawn against the 16 regional cup winners, and the remaining 8 were drawn against each other. Games were hosted by teams playing in the lower division in the 2017–18 season.[note 1] The host of Legionovia Legionowo vs. Znicz Pruszków (both teams playing in 2017–18 II liga) game was determined by the order in which the teams were drawn. The number in brackets indicates what tier of Polish football each team competes in during the 2017–18 season.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Polonia Bytom (4) 0–3 (awarded)1 Stal Stalowa Wola (3)
14 July 2017
Polonia Środa Wielkopolska (4) 1–2 ROW 1964 Rybnik (3)
15 July 2017
Świt Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki (4) 5–0 Odra Opole (2)
Wda Świecie (4) 1–3 Radomiak Radom (3)
Warta Sieradz (4) 0–0 (a.e.t.) (4–2 p) Stomil Olsztyn (2)
Stal Rzeszów (4) 3–3 (a.e.t.) (7–6 p) Olimpia Zambrów (4)
Gryf Słupsk (5) 2–4 MKS Kluczbork (3)
Ruch Zdzieszowice (4) 3–3 (a.e.t.) (3–1 p) Olimpia Elbląg (3)
Podhale Nowy Targ (4) 0–1 Siarka Tarnobrzeg (3)
MKP Szczecinek (5) 0–7 Błękitni Stargard (3)
ŁKS 1926 Łomża (4) 2–4 Bytovia Bytów (2)
Chełmianka Chełm (4) 1–0 Rozwój Katowice (3)
Kotwica Kołobrzeg (4) 0–2 GKS Tychy (2)
Legionovia Legionowo (3) 3–1 Znicz Pruszków (3)
Wisła Puławy (3) 3–2 Raków Częstochowa (2)
16 July 2017
Rekord Bielsko-Biała (4) 2–6 GKS Bełchatów (3)
Stilon Gorzów Wielkopolski (4) 1–3 Puszcza Niepołomice (2)
Zagłębie II Lubin (4) 0–1 Gryf Wejherowo (3)
18 July 2017
KSZO Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski (4) 1–1 (a.e.t.) (3–2 p) Warta Poznań (3)
Sokół Ostróda (4) 2–0 Polonia Warsaw (4)
Notes

First round[edit]

The draw for this round was conducted at the headquarters of the Polish FA on 22 June 2017. The matches were played from 22 to 26 July 2017. Participating in this round were the 20 winners from the previous round and 12 highest ranked teams from the 2016–17 I liga.[3] Winners of matches were advanced to the next round. The 12 teams joining in this round were seeded and their opponents were drawn from the 20 winners of the preliminary round (the other 8 formed the remaining 4 matches). Games will be hosted by teams playing in the lower division in the 2017–18 season.[note 1] Host of match between Puszcza Niepołomice and GKS Tychy (the teams are playing in the same tier) was decided by a draw on 17 July 2017.[6] The number in brackets indicates what tier of Polish football each team competes in during the 2017–18 season.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
22 July 2017
GKS Bełchatów (3) 2–1 Wigry Suwałki (2)
MKS Kluczbork (3) 0–3 Chrobry Głogów (2)
Siarka Tarnobrzeg (3) 1–0 GKS Katowice (2)
Świt Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki (4) 2–2 (a.e.t.) (5–4 p) Olimpia Grudziądz (2)
Wisła Puławy (3) 2–2 (a.e.t.) (4–3 p) Pogoń Siedlce (2)
KSZO Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski (4) 0–1 Stal Mielec (2)
Stal Rzeszów (4) 1–3 Miedź Legnica (2)
Radomiak Radom (3) 1–1 (a.e.t.) (2–4 p) Podbeskidzie Bielsko-Biała (2)
Legionovia Legionowo (3) 1–4 Chojniczanka Chojnice (2)
Chełmianka Chełm (4) 0–3 Zagłębie Sosnowiec (2)
Puszcza Niepołomice (2) 0–1 GKS Tychy (2)
Ruch Zdzieszowice (4) 2–1 Gryf Wejherowo (3)
Błękitni Stargard (3) 1–2 Bytovia Bytów (2)
23 July 2017
Sokół Ostróda (4) 2–1 (a.e.t.) Stal Stalowa Wola (3)
26 July 2017
ROW 1964 Rybnik (3) 0–2 Górnik Zabrze (1)
Warta Sieradz (4) 1–5 Sandecja Nowy Sącz (1)

Bracket[edit]

  Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Final
                                                   
4 Sokół Ostróda 1  
1 Górnik Zabrze 3  
  1 Górnik Zabrze (a.e.t.) 3  
  1 Sandecja Nowy Sącz 2  
2 Miedź Legnica 1
1 Sandecja Nowy Sącz 2  
  1 Górnik Zabrze 3 3  
  2 Chojniczanka Chojnice 1 0  
3 GKS Bełchatów 0  
2 Chojniczanka Chojnice 3  
  2 Chojniczanka Chojnice 2
  1 Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza 1  
3 Siarka Tarnobrzeg 1
1 Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza (a.e.t.) 4  
  1 Górnik Zabrze 1 1  
  1 Legia Warsaw 1 2  
3 Wisła Puławy 1  
1 Legia Warsaw 4  
  1 Legia Warsaw 4
  4 Ruch Zdzieszowice 0  
4 Ruch Zdzieszowice 2
2 Górnik Łęczna 1  
  1 Legia Warsaw 3 4
  2 Bytovia Bytów 1 2  
1 Pogoń Szczecin 3  
1 Lech Poznań 0  
  1 Pogoń Szczecin 0 (4)
  2 Bytovia Bytów (p) 0 (5)  
2 Bytovia Bytów 1
1 Lechia Gdańsk 0  
1 Legia Warsaw 2
1 Arka Gdynia 1
4 Świt Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki 1  
2 Podbeskidzie Bielsko-Biała 3  
  2 Podbeskidzie Bielsko-Biała 1  
  1 Arka Gdynia (a.e.t.) 2  
1 Arka Gdynia (a.e.t.) 4
1 Śląsk Wrocław 2  
  1 Arka Gdynia 2 1  
  2 Chrobry Głogów 0 1  
2 Stal Mielec 0  
1 Piast Gliwice 2  
  1 Piast Gliwice 1
  2 Chrobry Głogów 2  
2 Ruch Chorzów 1
2 Chrobry Głogów 3  
  1 Arka Gdynia 1 1
  1 Korona Kielce 2 0  
2 GKS Tychy 1 (1)  
1 Cracovia (p) 1 (4)  
  1 Cracovia 0
  1 Zagłębie Lubin 3  
1 Zagłębie Lubin 2
1 Jagiellonia Białystok 1  
  1 Zagłębie Lubin 0 0
  1 Korona Kielce 1 2  
2 Zagłębie Sosnowiec 1  
1 Korona Kielce (a.e.t.) 2  
  1 Korona Kielce (a.e.t.) 1
  1 Wisła Kraków 0  
1 Wisła Kraków 2
1 Wisła Płock 1  

Round of 32[edit]

The draw for this round was conducted at the PGE Narodowy[1] on 25 July 2017.[9] The matches were played on 8–10 August 2017. Participating in this round were the 16 winners from the previous round and 16 teams from the 2016–17 Ekstraklasa.[3] Games were hosted by teams playing in the lower division in the 2017–18 season. The hosts of matches of teams playing in the same tier were the teams occupying a higher position in the bracket.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
8 August 2017
Siarka Tarnobrzeg (3) 1–4 (a.e.t.) Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza (1)
Wisła Puławy (3) 1–4 Legia Warsaw (1)
Ruch Zdzieszowice (4) 2–1 Górnik Łęczna (2)
Świt Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki (4) 1–3 Podbeskidzie Bielsko-Biała (2)
Stal Mielec (2) 0–2 Piast Gliwice (1)
Ruch Chorzów (2) 1–3 Chrobry Głogów (2)
Wisła Kraków (1) 2–1 Wisła Płock (1)
9 August 2017
Sokół Ostróda (4) 1–3 Górnik Zabrze (1)
Miedź Legnica (2) 1–2 Sandecja Nowy Sącz (1)
GKS Bełchatów (3) 0–3 Chojniczanka Chojnice (2)
Pogoń Szczecin (1) 3–0 Lech Poznań (1)
Bytovia Bytów (2) 1–0 Lechia Gdańsk (1)
GKS Tychy (2) 1–1 (a.e.t.) (1–4 p) Cracovia (1)
Zagłębie Lubin (1) 2–1 Jagiellonia Białystok (1)
10 August 2017
Arka Gdynia (1) 4–2 (a.e.t.) Śląsk Wrocław (1)
Zagłębie Sosnowiec (2) 1–2 (a.e.t.) Korona Kielce (1)

Round of 16[edit]

The 16 winners from the previous round competed in this round. The draw for this round was conducted at PGE Narodowy,[1] Warsaw on 25 July 2017.[9] Matches were played from 19 September to 27 September 2017.[3] Hosts of matches between teams playing in the same tier were decided by a draw conducted on 11 August 2017.[11]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
19 September 2017
Bytovia Bytów (2) 0–0 (a.e.t.) (5–4 p) Pogoń Szczecin (1)
Podbeskidzie Bielsko-Biała (2) 1–2 (a.e.t.) Arka Gdynia (1)
20 September 2017
Górnik Zabrze (1) 3–2 (a.e.t.) Sandecja Nowy Sącz (1)
Korona Kielce (1) 1–0 (a.e.t.) Wisła Kraków (1)
21 September 2017
Ruch Zdzieszowice (4) 0–4 Legia Warsaw (1)
Cracovia (1) 0–3 Zagłębie Lubin (1)
26 September 2017
Chrobry Głogów (2) 2–1 Piast Gliwice (1)
27 September 2017
Chojniczanka Chojnice (2) 2–1 Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza (1)

Quarterfinals[edit]

The 8 winners from Round of 16 competed in this round. The matches were played in two legs. The first leg took place on 24–26 October 2017. The second leg took place on 28 and 29 November 2017. The draw for this round was conducted at PGE Narodowy,[1] Warsaw on 25 July 2017.[9][3] Host of first match between teams playing in the same tier (Zagłębie Lubin and Korona Kielce) was decided by a draw conducted on 28 September 2017.[14]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Chojniczanka Chojnice (2) 1–6 Górnik Zabrze (1) 1–3 0–3
Bytovia Bytów (2) 3–7 Legia Warsaw (1) 1–3 2–4
Chrobry Głogów (2) 1–3 Arka Gdynia (1) 0–2 1–1
Zagłębie Lubin (1) 0–3 Korona Kielce (1) 0–1 0–2

Matches[edit]

Chojniczanka Chojnice1–3Górnik Zabrze
Kieruzel Goal 72' Report
Stadion Miejski, Chojnice
Attendance: 2,183
Górnik Zabrze3–0Chojniczanka Chojnice
Report
Attendance: 10,087
Referee: Marek Opaliński (Legnica)[16]

Górnik Zabrze won 6–1 on aggregate.


Bytovia Bytów1–3Legia Warsaw
Szewczyk Goal 45' Report
Stadion MOSiR, Bytów
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Jarosław Przybył (Kluczbork)[15]
Legia Warsaw4–2Bytovia Bytów
Report
Attendance: 7,240
Referee: Sebastian Jarzębak (Bytom)[16]

Legia Warsaw won 7–3 on aggregate.


Chrobry Głogów0–2Arka Gdynia
Report
GOS Stadium, Głogów
Attendance: 1,786
Referee: Paweł Gil (Lublin)[15]
Arka Gdynia1–1Chrobry Głogów
Jazvić Goal 22' Report Kowalczyk Goal 69'
Attendance: 4,021
Referee: Kornel Paszkiewicz (Wrocław)[16]

Arka Gdynia won 3–1 on aggregate.


Zagłębie Lubin0–1Korona Kielce
Report Górski Goal 45'
Attendance: 2,893
Referee: Paweł Raczkowski (Warsaw)[15]
Korona Kielce2–0Zagłębie Lubin
Report
Attendance: 7,278
Referee: Daniel Stefański (Bydgoszcz)[16]

Korona Kielce won 3–0 on aggregate.

Semifinals[edit]

The 4 winners from the Quarterfinals competed in this round. The matches were played in two legs. The first legs took place on 3-4 April 2018. The second legs took place on 18 April 2017. The draw for this round was conducted at Stadion Miejski, Kielce on 29 November 2017.[3]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Górnik Zabrze (1) 2–3 Legia Warsaw (1) 1–1 1–2
Korona Kielce (1) 2–2 (a) Arka Gdynia (1) 2–1 0–1

Matches[edit]

Górnik Zabrze1–1Legia Warsaw
Kurzawa Goal 75' Report Vešović Goal 61'
Attendance: 22,708
Referee: Daniel Stefański (Bydgoszcz)
Legia Warsaw2–1Górnik Zabrze
Report Hloušek Goal 56' (o.g.)
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Bartosz Frankowski (Toruń)

Legia won 3–2 on aggregate


Korona Kielce2–1Arka Gdynia
Kacharava Goal 14'69' Report Zarandia Goal 80'
Attendance: 9,678
Referee: Piotr Lasyk (Bytom)
Arka Gdynia1–0Korona Kielce
da Silva Goal 85' Report
Attendance: 6,789
Referee: Jarosław Przybył (Kluczbork)

2–2 on aggregate. Arka Gdynia won on away goals.

Final[edit]

The final match was played at the PGE Narodowy,[1] Warsaw on 2 May 2018.[3] The host of the final match was decided by a draw which was conducted on 17 April 2018.[17]

Arka Gdynia1–2Legia Warsaw
Sołdecki Goal 90+9' PZPN
90minut
Attendance: 47,037
GK 1 Latvia Pāvels Šteinbors
RB 33 Poland Damian Zbozień
CB 29 Poland Michał Marcjanik
CB 28 Denmark Frederik Helstrup
LB 23 Poland Marcin Warcholak
DM 4 Poland Dawid Sołdecki
CM 90 Ukraine Andriy Bohdanov Substituted off 46'
CM 14 Poland Michał Nalepa Yellow card 42' Substituted off 73'
RM 8 Brazil Marcus da Silva (c)
LM 10 Poland Mateusz Szwoch
CF 22 Poland Maciej Jankowski Substituted off 46'
Substitutes:
GK 80 Poland Krzysztof Pilarz
DF 2 Poland Tadeusz Socha
DF 17 Poland Adam Marciniak Substituted in 73'
MF 13 Poland Grzegorz Piesio Red card 71' Substituted in 46'
MF 24 Poland Patryk Kun
FW 9 Spain Rubén Jurado
FW 11 Poland Rafał Siemaszko Substituted in 46'
Manager:
Poland Leszek Ojrzyński
GK 33 Poland Radosław Cierzniak
RB 20 Montenegro Marko Vešović
CB 44 France William Rémy
CB 2 Poland Michał Pazdan
LB 14 Czech Republic Adam Hloušek
RM 26 Portugal Cafú
CM 6 Luxembourg Chris Philipps
LM 7 Croatia Domagoj Antolić
RW 18 Poland Michał Kucharczyk Substituted off 89'
LW 32 Serbia Miroslav Radović (c) Substituted off 65'
CF 11 Poland Jarosław Niezgoda Substituted off 74'
Substitutes:
GK 1 Poland Arkadiusz Malarz
DF 3 Brazil Maurício
DF 55 Poland Artur Jędrzejczyk
MF 8 Italy Cristian Pasquato
MF 22 Finland Kasper Hämäläinen Substituted in 74'
MF 53 Poland Sebastian Szymański Substituted in 65'
FW 9 Croatia Eduardo Substituted in 89'
Manager:
Croatia Dean Klafurić

Match officials:[18][19]
Assistant referees:
Dawid Golis
Bartłomiej Lekki
Fourth official:
Mariusz Złotek
Video assistant referee:
Paweł Gil
Marcin Borkowski

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Player Club Goals[20]
1 Spain Igor Angulo Górnik Zabrze 4
Albania Armando Sadiku Legia Warsaw
Poland Janusz Surdykowski Bytovia Bytów
4 Poland Bartosz Biel Bytovia Bytów 3
Poland Dawid Flaszka GKS Bełchatów
Poland Kamil Jackiewicz Olimpia Zambrów
Poland Mateusz Machaj Chrobry Głogów
Poland Tomasz Mikołajczak Chojniczanka Chojnice
Poland Sebastian Szymański Legia Warsaw
Poland Bartosz Śpiączka Bruk-Bet Termalica Nieciecza
Poland Wojciech Trochim Sandecja Nowy Sącz
Poland Przemysław Trytko Chrobry Głogów

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Regional cup winners were assured to be hosts of both the preliminary round and the first round games, regardless of their and their opponents' relative position in the league pyramid.
  2. ^ Ruch Zdzieszowice will play their home match against Legia at Stadion Miejski, Opole, instead of their regular stadium Stadion Miejski, Zdzieszowice, due to a police decision.[13]

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