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2017–18 Turkish Cup
Ziraat Turkish Cup
Turkish Cup logo.png
Country Turkey
Dates 22 August 2017 - 10 May 2018
Teams 159
Champions Akhisar Belediyespor
Runners-up Fenerbahçe
Semi-finalists
Europa League Akhisar Belediyespor
Matches played 188
Goals scored 562 (2.99 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Hugo Rodallega (8)

The 2017–18 Turkish Cup (Turkish: Türkiye Kupası) was the 56th season of the tournament. Ziraat Bankası is the sponsor of the tournament, thus the sponsored name is Ziraat Turkish Cup. The winners will earn a berth in the group stage of the 2018–19 UEFA Europa League and will also qualify for the 2018 Turkish Super Cup.

Competition format[edit]

Round Total clubs
remaining
Clubs
involved
Winners from
previous round
New entries
this round
Leagues entering at this round Notes
First round 159 42 0 42 Regional Amateur League (33 teams), Third League (newly promoted 9 teams) single leg; no seeds
Second round 138 66 21 45 Third League (all teams except newly promoted ones) single leg; no seeds
Third round 105 92 33 59 Second League (all teams), First League (all teams), Super League (5 teams not entering in fourth and fifth rounds) single leg; seeding applied
Fourth round 59 54 46 8 Super League (teams ranked 5th to 13th in 2016-17 season except 2016-17 Turkish Cup winner) single leg; seeding applied
Fifth round 32 32 27 5 Super League (teams ranked 1st to 4th in 2016-17 season plus 2016-17 Turkish Cup winner) two legs; seeding applied
Round of 16 16 16 16 0 two legs; seeding applied
Quarter-finals 8 8 8 0 two legs; seeding applied
Semi-finals 4 4 4 0 two legs; no seeds
Final 2 2 2 0 single leg; no seeds

Source: [1]

First round[edit]

  • 9 Third League and 33 Regional Amateur League teams competed in this round. No seeds were applied in the single-leg round.[1]
  • 6 teams (67%) from Third League and 15 teams (45%) from the Regional Amateur League qualified for the next round.
  • 9 seeded (43%) and 12 unseeded (57%) teams qualified for the next round.
  • Biggest upset was Siirt İl Özel İdare (no ranking) eliminating Mardin 47 Spor (ranked 137th).
  • Lowest-ranked teams qualifying for the next round were Sinopspor, Kars 36 Spor, Siirt İl Özel İdare and Yüksekova Belediyespor (all with no ranking).
  • Highest-ranked team eliminated was Yeni Orduspor (ranked 118th).
Team 1  Score  Team 2
22 August 2017
Sinopspor 4 - 2 Yeni Amasyaspor
Arsinspor 2 - 2 (3-1 p) Yeni Orduspor
Iğdır Aras 1 - 1 (1-4 p) Karsspor
Mardin 47 Spor 0 - 2 Siirt İl Özel İdare
Muş Spor FC 3 - 1 Dersimspor
Ağrı 1970 SK 2 - 0 62 Pertekspor
Artvin Hopaspor 3 - 1 Serhat Ardahan
Yüksekova Belediyespor 3 - 0 Tatvan Gençlerbirliği
Bartınspor 2 - 1 Türk Metal Kırıkkale
Karaköprü Belediyespor 1 - 0 (a.e.t.) Kilis Belediyespor
Karaman Belediyespor 0 - 0 (3-4 p) Nevşehirspor GK
Altınova Belediyespor 4 - 1 Bozüyük Vitraspor
Modafenspor 0 - 1 Edirnespor
Osmaniyespor FK 2 - 0 Adıyaman 1954 SK
Tavşanlı Linyitspor 2 - 1 Kütahyaspor
Yeni Altındağ Bld. 3 - 2 (a.e.t.) 1074 Çankırıspor
Turgutluspor 3 - 2 Utaş Uşakspor
Isparta Davrazspor 1 - 1 (6-7 p) Bucak Bld.Oğuzhan
Kırşehir Belediyespor 0 - 1 (a.e.t.) 68 Aksaray Bld.
MKE Kırıkkalespor 0 - 3 Yozgatspor 1959 FK
Ergene Velimeşe 3 - 2 (a.e.t.) Erokspor

Source: [2]

Second round[edit]

  • 51 Third League and 15 Regional Amateur League teams competed in this round. No seeds were applied in the single-leg round.[1]
  • 29 teams (57%) from the Third League and 4 teams (27%) from the Regional Amateur League qualified for the next round.
  • 18 seeded (55%) and 15 unseeded (45%) teams qualified for the next round.
  • Biggest upset was Sinopspor (no ranking) eliminating Erbaaspor (ranked 79th).
  • Lowest-ranked teams qualifying for the next round were Sinopspor and Kars 36 Spor (both with no ranking).
  • Highest-ranked team eliminated was Aydınspor 1923 (ranked 74th).
Team 1  Score  Team 2
29 August 2017
Karsspor 1 - 0 Muş Spor FC
Ağrı 1970 SK 0 - 1 Van BBSK
Elaziz Belediyespor 2 - 5 Diyarbekirspor
Edirnespor 3 - 0 Dardanelspor
30 August 2017
Sinopspor 1 - 1 (5-4 p) Erbaaspor
1461 Trabzon 0 - 0 (4-5 p) Arsinspor
Ofspor 2 - 1 Yomraspor
Bayburt Grup Özel İdare 1 - 2 Pazarspor
Cizrespor 1 - 0 Yüksekova Belediyespor
Siirt İl Özel İdare 1 - 2 Batman Petrolspor
12 Bingölspor 1 - 1 (2-3 p) 24 Erzincanspor
Ankara Demirspor 2 - 2 (3-1 p) Ankara Adliyespor
Düzcespor 1 - 0 Kocaelispor
Kayseri Erciyesspor 0 - 4 Nevşehirspor GK
Osmaniyespor FK 2 - 3 (a.e.t.) Erzin Belediyespor
Payasspor 1 - 0 Kırıkhanspor
Yeni Altındağ Bld. 1 - 0 (a.e.t.) Bartınspor
Yozgatspor 1959 FK 0 - 2 Çorum Belediyespor
68 Aksaray Belediyespor 0 - 1 Kozan Belediyespor
Anadolu Bağcılar SK 2 - 1 Çatalcaspor
Bayrampaşa 1 - 0 (a.e.t.) Halide Edip Adıvar SK
Darıca Gençlerbirliği 2 - 1 (a.e.t.) Gölcükspor
Manisa BBSK 0 - 2 Bergama Belediyespor
Orhangazi Belediyespor 1 - 0 (a.e.t) Altınova Belediyespor
Sultanbeyli Belediyespor 2 - 1 Büyükçekmece Tepecikspor
Tavşanlı Linyitspor 0 - 2 Kızılcabölükspor
Tekirdağspor 0 - 2 Ergene Velimeşe
Tire 1922 2 - 0 Turgutluspor
Bucak Bld.Oğuzhan 1 - 2 Kemerspor 2003
Muğlaspor 1 - 0 Aydınspor 1923
Tarsus İdman Yurdu 2 - 1 Karaköprü Belediyespor
Karacabey Birlikspor 0 - 1 Yeşil Bursa
31 August 2017
Düzyurtspor 4 - 3 Artvin Hopaspor

Source: [2]

Third round[edit]

  • 5 Super League, 18 First League, 36 Second League, 29 Third League and 4 Regional Amateur League teams competed in this round. Seeds were applied in the single-leg round.[1]
  • 4 teams (80%) from the Super League, 12 teams (67%) from the First League, 18 teams (50%) from the Second League, 10 teams (34%) from the Third League and 2 teams (50%) from the Regional Amateur League qualified for the next round.
  • 29 seeded (63%) and 17 unseeded (37%) teams qualified for the next round.
  • Biggest upset was Kars 36 Spor (no ranking) eliminating Balıkesirspor Baltok (ranked 27th).
  • Lowest-ranked team qualifying for the next round was Kars 36 Spor (no ranking).
  • Highest-ranked team eliminated was Göztepe (ranked 18th).
Team 1  Score  Team 2
19 September 2017
Anadolu Bağcılar SK 0 - 1 Konya Anadolu Selçukspor
Tokatspor 0 - 1 (a.e.t.) Kahramanmaraşspor
Şanlıurfaspor 1 - 1 (4-2 p) Pazarspor
Diyarbekirspor 0 - 1 İstanbulspor
Payasspor 1 - 3 (a.e.t.) Amed Sportif
Menemen Belediyespor 4 - 2 Darıca Gençlerbirliği
Bandırmaspor 0 - 1 Çorum Belediyespor
Muğlaspor 1 - 1 (2-3 p) Etimesgut Belediyespor
Bodrumspor 2 - 3 (a.e.t.) Gazişehir Gaziantep FK
Kırklarelispor 1 - 3 Niğde Belediyespor
Van BBSK 0 - 1 Kayserispor
Balıkesirspor Baltok 1 - 1 (5-6 p) Karsspor
Boluspor 3 - 0 Sinopspor
Mersin İdmanyurdu 3 - 5 Orhangazi Belediyespor
Kemerspor 2003 0 - 1 (a.e.t.) Sivas Belediyespor
20 September 2017
İnegölspor 0 - 2 Yeni Malatyaspor
Düzyurtspor 4 - 4 (3-4 p) Gümüşhanespor
Batman Petrolspor 3 - 1 Göztepe
Denizlispor 1 - 0 Düzcespor
Kozan Belediyespor 1 - 3 Adanaspor
Hacettepe Spor 1 - 2 Yeni Altındağ Bld.
Hatayspor 1 - 0 Ergene Velimeşe
Kastamonuspor 1966 1 - 3 Ofspor
Erzin Belediyespor 1 - 2 Fatih Karagümrük
Keçiörengücü 3 - 1 Silivrispor
Sancaktepe Belediyespor 2 - 4 (a.e.t.) Elazığspor
Bergama Belediyespor 0 - 2 Sarıyer
Yeşil Bursa 3 - 1 Karşıyaka
Tuzlaspor 1 - 0 Zonguldak Kömürspor
Kocaeli Birlikspor 2 - 2 (3-5 p) Edirnespor
Giresunspor 3 - 1 Cizrespor
Altay 0 - 0 (6-7 p) BB Erzurumspor
Altınordu 1 - 0 Sultanbeyli Belediyespor
Bucaspor 2 - 0 Pendikspor
Manisaspor 4 - 1 Arsinspor
Gaziantepspor 0 - 3 Tire 1922
Adana Demirspor 3 - 0 Bayrampaşa
Samsunspor 3 - 3 (1-3 p) Ankara Demirspor
Bursaspor 4 - 0 Tarsus İdman Yurdu
Fethiyespor 2 - 0 Nazilli Belediyespor
21 September 2017
24 Erzincanspor 4 - 2 Eskişehirspor
Eyüpspor 2 - 1 Sakaryaspor
Kızılcabölükspor 2 - 1 Ümraniyespor
Sivasspor 3 - 0 Bugsaş Spor
Afjet Afyonspor 2 - 0 MKE Ankaragücü
Çaykur Rizespor 3 - 0 Nevşehirspor GK

Source: [2]

Fourth round[edit]

  • 12 Super League, 12 First League, 18 Second League, 10 Third League and 2 Regional Amateur League teams competed in this round. Seeds were applied in the single-leg round.[1]
  • 12 teams (100%) from the Super League, 7 teams (58%) from the First League, 4 teams (22%) from the Second League, 3 teams (30%) from the Third League and 1 team (50%) from the Regional Amateur League qualified for the next round.
  • 19 seeded (70%) and 8 unseeded (30%) teams qualified for the next round.
  • Biggest upset was Kars 36 Spor (no ranking) eliminating Altınordu (ranked 25th).
  • Lowest-ranked team qualifying for the next round was Kars 36 Spor (no ranking).
  • Highest-ranked team eliminated was Çaykur Rizespor (ranked 19th).
Team 1  Score  Team 2
24 October 2017
Sarıyer 2 - 2 (1-3 p) Adana Demirspor
Etimesgut Belediyespor 0 - 1 Antalyaspor
Altınordu 0 - 1 Karsspor
Kasımpaşa 5 - 1 Niğde Belediyespor
Alanyaspor 2 - 0 Edirnespor
Fethiyespor 1 - 2 Adanaspor
Kahramanmaraşspor 1 - 0 Çaykur Rizespor
Akhisar Belediyespor 6 - 0 24 Erzincanspor
25 October 2017
Batman Petrolspor 2 - 1 (a.e.t.) Denizlispor
Eyüpspor 4 - 2 (a.e.t.) Gümüşhanespor
İstanbulspor 4 - 3 (a.e.t.) Afjet Afyonspor
Ofspor 1 - 3 Yeni Malatyaspor
Orhangazi Belediyespor 0 - 0 (3-0 p) Şanlıurfaspor
Çorum Belediyespor 0 - 6 Trabzonspor
Elazığspor 0 - 1 Sivas Belediyespor
Gençlerbirliği 3 - 0 Tuzlaspor
Sivasspor 3 - 1 Kızılcabölükspor
BB Erzurumspor 2 - 0 Tire 1922
Bucaspor 2 - 1 Amed Sportif
Gazişehir Gaziantep 1 - 2 Ankara Demirspor
Osmanlıspor FK 5 - 0 Fatih Karagümrük
26 October 2017
Yeni Altındağ Bld. 0 - 0 (2-4 p) Bursaspor
Yeşil Bursa 1 - 2 Kayserispor
Konya Anadolu Selçukspor 0 - 1 Boluspor
Giresunspor 2 - 1 Menemen Belediyespor
Manisaspor 1 - 0 Hatayspor
Karabükspor 3 - 1 Keçiörengücü

Source: [2]

Fifth round[edit]

  • 17 Super League, 7 First League, 4 Second League, 3 Third League and 1 Regional Amateur League teams competed in this round. Seeds were applied in the two-leg round.[1]
  • 12 teams (71%) from the Super League, 3 teams (43%) from the First League and 1 team (25%) from the Second League qualified for the next round.
  • 12 seeded (75%) and 4 unseeded (25%) teams qualified for the next round.
  • Biggest upset was Bucaspor (ranked 61st) eliminating Sivasspor (ranked 16th).
  • Lowest-ranked team qualifying for the next round was Bucaspor (ranked 61st).
  • Highest-ranked team eliminated was Kasımpaşa (ranked 10th).
Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Adanaspor 0–4 Bursaspor 0–2 0–2
Ankara Demirspor 1–4 Akhisar Belediyespor 0–3 1–1
Batman Petrolspor 0–5 Atiker Konyaspor 0–3 0–2
BB Erzurumspor 1–9 Trabzonspor 0–4 1–5
Beşiktaş 10–1 Manisaspor 9–0 1–1
Fenerbahçe 10–1 Adana Demirspor 6–0 4–1
Galatasaray 6–3 Sivas Belediyespor 5–1 1–2
Giresunspor 6–4 Alanyaspor 4–2 2–2
Kahramanmaraşspor 1–4 Medipol Başakşehir 1–3 0–1
Kardemir Karabükspor 2–2 (a) İstanbulspor 2–1 0–1
Karsspor 2–4 Gençlerbirliği 1–2 1–2
Kasımpaşa 2–7 Boluspor 1–3 1–4
Kayserispor 5–2 Eyüpspor 3–2 2–0
Orhangazi Belediyespor 3–5 Antalyaspor 0–3 3–2
Osmanlıspor FK 4–2 Yeni Malatyaspor 3–1 1–1
Sivasspor 2–2 (a) Bucaspor 2–1 0–1

Source: [2]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Round of 16[edit]

  • 12 Super League, 3 First League and 1 Second League team competed in this round. Seeds were applied in the two-leg round.[1]
  • 7 teams (41%) from the Super League and 1 team (14%) from the First League qualified for the next round.
  • 5 seeded (63%) and 3 unseeded (37%) teams qualified for the next round.
  • Biggest upset was Giresunspor (ranked 24th) eliminating Medipol Başakşehir (ranked 2nd).
  • Lowest-ranked team qualifying for the next round was Giresunspor (ranked 24th).
  • Highest-ranked team eliminated was Medipol Başakşehir (ranked 2nd).

Qualified teams[edit]

  • The draw for the round of 16 took place on December 15, 2017.
Seeded Teams
Beşiktaş
Medipol Başakşehir
Fenerbahçe
Galatasaray
Antalyaspor
Trabzonspor
Akhisar Belediyespor
Gençlerbirliği
Unseeded Teams
Atiker Konyaspor
Osmanlıspor
Bursaspor
Kayserispor
Boluspor
Giresunspor
İstanbulspor
Bucaspor
Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Atiker Konyaspor 2–1 Trabzonspor 1–0 1–1
Beşiktaş 5–3 Osmanlıspor FK 4–1 1–2
Boluspor 2–2 (a) Akhisar Belediyespor 2–1 0–1
Fenerbahçe 3–0 İstanbulspor 2–0 1–0
Galatasaray 6–0 Bucaspor 3–0 3–0
Gençlerbirliği 2–2 (a) Bursaspor 1–0 1–2
Giresunspor 4–3 Medipol Başakşehir 3–1 1–2
Kayserispor 5–1 Antalyaspor 3–1 2–0

Source: [2]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Bracket[edit]

  Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Final
                             
Akhisar Belediyespor 1 2 3  
Kayserispor 0 2 2  
  Akhisar Belediyespor 1 2 3  
  Galatasaray 2 0 2  
Atiker Konyaspor 2 1 3
  Galatasaray 2 4 6  
    Akhisar Belediyespor 3
  Fenerbahçe 2
  Beşiktaş 3 1 4  
Gençlerbirliği 1 0 1  
  Beşiktaş 2 0 2
  Fenerbahçe 2 3 5  
Giresunspor 1 1 2
  Fenerbahçe 2 2 4  

Quarter-finals[edit]

  • Seven Super League and one First League team competed in this round. Seeds were applied in the two-leg round.[1]

Qualified teams[edit]

  • The draw for the quarter finals and following rounds took place on January 19, 2018.
Seeded Teams
Beşiktaş
Fenerbahçe
Galatasaray
Akhisar Belediyespor
Unseeded Teams
Gençlerbirliği
Atiker Konyaspor
Kayserispor
Giresunspor
Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Akhisar Belediyespor 3–2 Kayserispor 1–0 2–2
Atiker Konyaspor 3–6 Galatasaray 2–2 1–4
Beşiktaş 4–1 Gençlerbirliği 3–1 1–0
Giresunspor 2–4 Fenerbahçe 1–2 1–2

Source: [2]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

Semi-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Akhisar Belediyespor 3–2 Galatasaray 1–2 2–0
Beşiktaş 2–5 Fenerbahçe 2–2 0-3

Source: [2]

First leg[edit]

Second leg[edit]

  • Fenerbahçe were awarded the tie after Beşiktaş boycotted a rescheduled fixture following incidents in the original game, including substitute players of Beşiktaş repeatedly arguing with Fenerbahçe supporters which led to an electrified atmosphere,[4][5][6][7] Beşiktaş coach Şenol Güneş being struck on the head with an object thrown by a Fenerbahçe fan,[8][9] one of Güneş' assistants being violently assaulted by a group of security personnel,[10] and Beşiktaş players Tolga Zengin and Mustafa Pektemek physically attacking security guards,[11][12] forcing the original match to be abandoned. Although regulations suggested a win by default for visitors Beşiktaş,[13][6][14][15][16] the TFF ordered the remaining 32 minutes to be played behind closed doors.[17] Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan had become involved in the debate, calling the events in the stadium a "conspiracy".[18] Beşiktaş decided to boycott the fixture[19] and after a rejected appeal,[20] did not appear for the remaining tie.[21] As a result, Beşiktaş were punished by forfeiting all prize money from the competition to the point, and barred from entering the 2018–19 competition.[22]

Final[edit]

The final was contested in Diyarbakır as a one-off match.[23] The winning club was awarded a total of 75 medals, along with the Turkish Cup trophy.[1]

Final
Akhisar Belediyespor 3–2 Fenerbahçe
Lopes Goal 32'
Sissoko Goal 70'
Barbosa Goal 81'
Report Fernandão Goal 56'
Souza Goal 86'

Akhisar Belediyespor player Muğdat Çelik was selected man of the match.[24]

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Colombia Hugo Rodallega Trabzonspor 8
2 Spain Álvaro Negredo Beşiktaş 7
3 Turkey Sinan Gümüş Galatasaray 6
4 Ukraine Yevhen Seleznyov Akhisar Belediyespor 5
5 Turkey Deniz Türüç Kayserispor 4
Turkey Mustafa Pektemek Beşiktaş
Turkey Hasan Kaya Ankara Demirspor
Romania Ioan Hora Akhisar Belediyespor
Brazil Fernandão Fenerbahçe
Turkey Mustafa Eskihellaç Düzyurtspor

References[edit]

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