1993–94 DFB-Pokal (women)

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1993–94 Frauen DFB-Pokal
Country Germany
Teams 46
Defending champions TSV Siegen
Champions Grün-Weiß Brauweiler
Runners-up TSV Siegen
Matches played 45

The Frauen DFB-Pokal 1993–94 was the 14th season of the cup competition, Germany's second-most important title in women's football.[1] In the final which was held in Berlin on 14 May 1994 Grün-Weiß Brauweiler met TSV Siegen just as in the previous season. This time Brauweiler won 2–1,[2] thus winning their second cup title. In a reissue of the cup final four weeks later Siegen defeated Brauweiler 1–0 in the final of championship.

First round[edit]

Several clubs had byes in the first round. Those clubs were automatically qualified for the 2nd round of the cup.[2] For reasons unknown TuS Wörrstadt and FC Rumeln-Kaldenhausen chose not to attend. The first round was held from 7 July to 11 August 1993.[2]

FC Sankt Augustin 0 – 5 VfB Rheine
SV Brackel 2 – 0 KBC Duisburg
SV Viktoria Gersten 1 – 4 SSG Bergisch Gladbach
BSV Müssen 0 – 5 Grün-Weiß Brauweiler
Fortuna Dilkrath 0 – 12 TSV Siegen
Hertha Zehlendorf 0 – 5 Tennis Borussia Berlin
Polizei SV Rostock 4 – 2 Fortuna Sachsenroß Hannover
Wittenseer SV 0 – 6 VfR Eintracht Wolfsburg
TSV Schwaben Augsburg 1 – 2 VfL Sindelfingen
TSV Ludwigsburg 0 – 5 TuS Niederkirchen
SV Zussdorf 1 – 5 Klinge Seckach
SV Weißkirchen 0 – 8 VfR 09 Saarbrücken
TSV Eschollbrücken 0 – 5 FSV Frankfurt
SC 07 Bad Neuenahr 2 – 7 SG Praunheim

Second round[edit]

The second round was held on 28–29 August 1993.[2]

SV Brackel 0 – 9 TSV Siegen
Teutonia Weiden 1 – 2 SSG Bergisch Gladbach
FT Geestemünde 0 – 12 Grün-Weiß Brauweiler
STV Lövenich 0 – 2 VfB Rheine
SV Rheinfreunde Düsseldorf 2 – 5 TV Jahn Delmenhorst
SV Moorfleet 1 – 9 VfR Eintracht Wolfsburg
Turbine Potsdam 4 – 5 Tennis Borussia Berlin
Polizei SV Rostock 4 – 0 SG Erbstorf
TSV Crailsheim 0 – 5 SG Praunheim
Fortuna Magdeburg 0 – 6 TSV Battenberg
Uni SV Jena 0 – 5 TuS Ahrbach
Viktoria Neckarhausen 0 – 5 FSV Frankfurt
SC Siegelbach 0 – 11 VfR 09 Saarbrücken
Bayern Munich 1 – 4 Klinge Seckach
Wacker München 0 – 1 TuS Niederkirchen
FC Sankt Georgen 1 – 5 VfL Sindelfingen

Third round[edit]

The third round was held on 7 November 1993.[2]

VfB Rheine 1 – 1 TuS Niederkirchen (2–0 on penalties)
VfL Sindelfingen 1 – 1 VfR 09 Saarbrücken (5–6 on penalties)
Klinge Seckach 4 – 1 VfR Eintracht Wolfsburg
TSV Battenberg 2 – 1 FSV Frankfurt
Polizei SV Rostock 2 – 1 SSG Bergisch Gladbach
SG Praunheim 0 – 2 TSV Siegen
TuS Ahrbach 1 – 0 Tennis Borussia Berlin
Grün-Weiß Brauweiler 6 – 0 TV Jahn Delmenhorst

Quarter-finals[edit]

The quarter-finals were held on 28 November 1993 and 13 February 1994.[2]

Klinge Seckach 4 – 1 Polizei SV Rostock
Grün-Weiß Brauweiler 7 – 1 TSV Battenberg
TSV Siegen 2 – 0 VfB Rheine
TuS Ahrbach 2 – 4 VfR 09 Saarbrücken (aet)

Semi-finals[edit]

The semi-finals were held on 20 April 1994.[2]

Klinge Seckach 1 – 4 TSV Siegen
VfR 09 Saarbrücken 2 – 9 Grün-Weiß Brauweiler

Final[edit]

14 May 1994
Grün-Weiß Brauweiler 2 – 1 TSV Siegen
A. Klein Goal 49'
Wiegman Goal 50'
Fitschen Goal 67'
Olympic Stadium (Berlin)
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Elke Günther (Bamberg)
GRÜN-WEISS BRAUWEILER:
GK 1 Germany Manuela Goller
DF ' Germany Claudia Klein
DF ' Germany Andrea Klein Substituted off 79'
DF ' Megan Hanushek
MF ' Germany Sandra Hengst
MF ' Hungary Tünde Nagy
MF ' Germany Bettina Wiegmann
MF ' Germany Natascha Schwind
MF ' Germany Anja Koser
FW ' Germany Gudrun Gottschlich
FW ' Germany Patrcia Menge Substituted off 74'
Substitutes:
DF ' Germany Reimann Substituted in 79'
FW ' Hungary Gyöngyi Lovász-Anton Substituted in 74'
TSV SIEGEN:
GK 1 Germany Silke Rottenberg
DF ' Germany Andrea Euteneuer
DF ' Germany Jutta Nardenbach
DF ' Loes Camper
MF ' Germany Conny Trauschke
MF ' Germany Silvia Neid
MF ' Germany Martina Voss
MF ' Germany Doris Fitschen
MF ' Germany Heike Czyganowski Substituted off 26'
FW ' Germany Michaela Kubat
FW ' Germany Gaby Mink
Substitutes:
MF ' Germany Christina Chaladyniak Substituted in 26' Substituted off 63'
MF ' Germany Sänger Substituted in 63'

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DFB-Pokal der Frauen" (in German). DFB. Retrieved 2009-07-22. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g "West Germany (Women) 1993/94". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. 8 February 2004. Archived from the original on 11 June 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-23.