1999–2000 DFB-Pokal (women)

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1999–2000 Frauen DFB-Pokal
Country Germany
Teams 32
Defending champions FFC Frankfurt
Champions FFC Frankfurt
Runners-up Sportfreunde Siegen
Matches played 28

The Frauen DFB-Pokal 1999–2000 was the 20th season of the cup competition, Germany's second-most important title in women's football. The first round of the competition was held on 22–25 August 1999. In the final which was held in Berlin on 6 May 2000 FFC Frankfurt defeated Sportfreunde Siegen 2–1, thus defending their title from the previous seasons and claiming their second title.

1st round[edit]

RSV Windhorst Drosendorf * 1. FC Nuremberg
TuS Ahrbach * 1. FC Saarbrücken
22 August 1999
FSV Schwarzbach 1 – 2 FSV Frankfurt
Heike Rheine 2 – 1 Flaesheim-Hillen
Lorbeer Rothenburgsort 0 – 4 FCR Duisburg
Erzgebirge Aue 0 – 3 WSV Wolfsburg-Wendschott
Wittenseer SV 3 – 2 FF USV Jena
Wattenscheid 09 4 – 5 GSV Moers
SG Sand 2 – 7 FFC Frankfurt
SV Oberteuringen 6 – 1 FC Viktoria Neckarshausen
SC Freiburg 0 – 5 SC 07 Bad Neuenahr
FSV Westerstede 0 – 7 Grün-Weiss Brauweiler
Turbine Potsdam II 0 – 15 Turbine Potsdam
Hertha Zehlendorf 3 – 2 BVB Halle (aet)
SpVgg Oberaußem-Fortuna 0 – 6 Sportfreunde Siegen
25 August 1999
1. FC Saarbrücken II 0 – 3 TuS Niederkirchen

* Windhorst Drosendorf and Ahrbach withdrew their teams. Nuremberg and Saarbücken thus advanced to the next round.

2nd round[edit]

Hertha Zehlendorf * Grün-Weiss Brauweiler
25 September 1999
Wittenseer SV 0 – 11 WSV Wolfsburg-Wendschott
SC 07 Bad Neuenahr 1 – 2 Sportfreunde Siegen
26 September 1999
SV Oberteuringen 1 – 2 1. FC Saarbrücken
TuS Niederkirchen 1 – 3 FFC Frankfurt
Heike Rheine 0 – 5 FCR Duisburg
1. FC Nuremberg 0 – 4 FSV Frankfurt
GSV Moers 2 – 10 Turbine Potsdam

* Hertha Zehlendorf withdrew their team. Brauweiler Pulheim thus advanced to the next round.

Quarter-finals[edit]

28 November 1999
WSV Wolfsburg-Wendschott 0 – 1 Sportfreunde Siegen
1. FC Saarbrücken 3 – 1 Turbine Potsdam (aet)
Grün-Weiss Brauweiler 4 – 4 FCR Duisburg (5–3 on penalties)
FSV Frankfurt 0 – 6 FFC Frankfurt

Semi-finals[edit]

12 March 2000
1. FC Saarbrücken 1 – 3 FFC Frankfurt
Grün-Weiss Brauweiler 0 – 3 Sportfreunde Siegen

Final[edit]

6 May 2000
16:15 (CEST)
FFC Frankfurt 2 – 1 Sportfreunde Siegen
J. Meier Goal 63'
Lingor Goal 79'
Menge Goal 87'
Olympic Stadium (Berlin)
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Monika Fornaçon (Stöckse)
1. FFC FRANKFURT:
GK 1 Netherlands Marleen Wissink
DF ' Germany Doris Fitschen
DF ' Germany Claudia Obermeyer
DF ' Japan Rie Yamaki
DF ' Germany Anja Zorn
MF ' Germany Nia Künzer
MF ' Germany Renate Lingor
MF ' Germany Tina Wunderlich
FW ' Germany Birgit Prinz
FW ' Germany Heidi Mohr
FW ' Germany Jennifer Meier
SPORTFREUNDE SIEGEN VON 1899:
GK 1 Germany Silke Rottenberg
DF ' Germany Janine Jung
DF ' Germany Andrea Euteneuer
DF ' Hungary Beáta Fülöp
DF ' Germany Sandra Minnert
MF ' Germany Louise Hansen
MF ' Germany Karina Sefron
MF ' Denmark Linette Sørensen
MF ' Germany Alexandra Alfes
FW ' Germany Monika Meyer
FW ' Denmark Merete Pedersen