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1982–83 KNVB Cup

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1982–83 KNVB Cup

Country Netherlands
Teams 63
Champions Ajax
Runners-up NEC

The 65th edition of the KNVB Cup started on September 4, 1982. The two legs of the final were played on May 10 and 17, 1983: Ajax beat NEC 3–1 on both occasions and won the cup for the ninth time. From the quarter finals onwards, two-legged matches were held. If two teams drew both matches, or if they both won one, extra time was played right after the second match, no matter what the aggregate score was.


  • All 18 participants of the Eredivisie 1982-83, fifteen of which entering in the second round, the other three entering in the first round
  • All 17 participants of the Eerste Divisie 1982-83, entering in the first round
  • 28 teams from lower (amateur) leagues, entering in the preliminary round

Preliminary round

The matches of the preliminary round were played on September 4 and 5, 1982. Only amateur clubs participated.

Home team Result Away team
TSV LONGA (p) 0-0 VV Caesar
RCH 1–3 IJsselmeervogels
VV Rheden 0–2 DETO
RKC 1–4 (aet) ROHDA Raalte
Rijnsburgse Boys 4–1 VV TSC
Zwolsche Boys 1–1 (p) DWV
Home team Result Away team
VV Bennekom 2–1 SSS
DHC Delft 0–2 VV RCL
VV Drachten 1–2 USV Elinkwijk
VV Dubbeldam 1–3 NSVV
FC Emmen 2–0 RKVV Zwaagdijk
SV Heerlen 2–3 VV WKE

First round

The matches of the first round were played on October 9 and 10, 1982. Twenty professional clubs entered the tournament here.

Home team Result Away team
TSV LONGA 3–1 (aet) SC Heracles 1
MVV 1 0–1 De Graafschap 1
SC Amersfoort 1 1–3 SC Veendam 1
SC Cambuur 1 4–2 NSVV
sc Heerenveen 1 1–0 VV Bennekom
Telstar 1 1–0 FC Den Bosch 1
Vitesse 1 6–1 VV WKE
FC Wageningen 1 2–1 (aet) USV Elinkwijk
Home team Result Away team
ACV 2–6 FC Volendam 1
DETO 1–0 DS '79 1
VV DOVO 2–3 Helmond Sport E
DWS 1–0 FC Eindhoven 1
FC Emmen 3–2 SVV 1
Excelsior E 2–0 Rijnsburgse Boys
FC Den Haag 1 3–0 VV RCL
FC VVV 1 4–0 ROHDA Raalte
IJsselmeervogels 2–4 Fortuna Sittard E

E Eredivisie; 1 Eerste Divisie

Second round

The matches of the second round were played on November 13 and 14, 1982. Fifteen Eredivisie clubs entered the tournament here.

Home team Result Away team
HFC Haarlem E 4–1 Fortuna Sittard
Helmond Sport (p) 4-4 FC Utrecht E
NAC E 0–3 Ajax E
NEC E 3–0 SC Cambuur
Telstar 2–2 (p) Go Ahead Eagles E
FC Wageningen 2–1 Vitesse
Willem II E 1–2 SC Veendam
Home team Result Away team
AZ'67 E 2–3 FC Volendam
DETO 2–3 De Graafschap
FC Emmen 1–7 PSV E
Excelsior 3–5 FC Groningen E
FC Den Haag (p) 3-3 DWS
FC Twente E 2–0 PEC Zwolle E
FC VVV (p) 2-2 Sparta E
Feyenoord E 4–1 sc Heerenveen

E 15 Eredivisie entrants

Round of 16

The matches of the round of 16 were played on January 8 and January 9, 1983.

Home team Result Away team
Ajax 3–2 FC Den Haag
FC Groningen 2–0 Feyenoord
Go Ahead Eagles 4–1 FC Volendam
HFC Haarlem 6–1 FC Twente
Helmond Sport 2–3 (aet) Roda JC
NEC 2–0 De Graafschap
FC Wageningen 3–1 SC Veendam

Quarter finals

The quarter finals were played on February 23 and March 9, 1983. Two-legged matches were played from this point on. When both teams won once, or drew twice, extra time (and if necessary a penalty shootout) was held no matter what the aggregate score was.

Team 1 Match 1 Match 2 Team 2
Ajax 2–0 3–1 Roda JC
HFC Haarlem 4–0 1–1 Go Ahead Eagles
PSV 2–0 (p) 0-2 FC Groningen
FC Wageningen 3–1 1–2 (p) NEC


The semi-finals were played on March 30 and April 13, 1983.

Team 1 Match 1 Match 2 Team 2
Ajax 2–0 (p) 1-3 PSV
HFC Haarlem 2–2 0–0 (p) NEC


The final was played on May 10 and 17, 1983.

Team 1 Match 1 Match 2 Team 2
Ajax 3–1 3–1 NEC

Ajax also won the Dutch Eredivisie championship, thereby taking the double. They would participate in the European Cup, so finalists NEC could play in the Cup Winners' Cup.

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