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2014 Korean FA Cup

2014 Korean FA Cup
2014 Hana Bank FA Cup
Country  Korea Republic
Teams 72
Champions Seongnam FC (3rd)
Runners-up FC Seoul
Matches played 71
Goals scored 213 (3 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Kaio (4 goals)
Best player Park Jun-hyuk

2014 Korean FA Cup, known as the Hana Bank FA Cup for sponsorship reasons, is the 19th edition of Korean FA Cup. It began on 22 March 2014.[1] The cup winner were guaranteed a place in the 2015 AFC Champions League. Since 2014 edition, four amateur football clubs competed in the first round.[2]

Schedule

Round Date Matches Clubs New entries this round
First Round 22–23 March 20 40 → 20 16 2013 Challengers League 1~16th clubs
16 2013 U-League championship last 16
04 other university tournament winners
04 Amateur Football clubs
Second Round 5 & 9 April 20 40 → 20 10 2014 K League Challenge clubs
10 2014 Korea National League clubs
Round of 32 30 April & 21 May 16 32 → 16 12 2014 K League Classic clubs
Round of 16 11 & 16 July 8 16 → 8
Quarter-finals 13 August 4 8 → 4
Semi-finals 22 October 2 4 → 2
Final 23 November 1 2 → 1
Total 72 clubs

Participants

K League Classic

All of K League Classic clubs are entered in round of 32. Total 12 teams took part in 2014 edition.

K League Challenge

All of K League Challenge clubs are entered in second round. Total 10 teams took part in 2014 edition.

Korea National League

All of Korea National League clubs are entered in second round. Total 10 teams took part in 2014 edition.

Challengers League

All of Challengers League clubs except 17, 18th clubs of previous season are entered in first round. Total 16 teams took part in 2014 edition.

University

All of university teams took part in 2014 edition are entered in first round. Total 20 teams took part in 2014 KFA Cup.

Amateur

Four 2013 amateur tournament winners and runner-ups are competed in 2014 edition.

Results

Preliminary Round

Preliminary round is consist of two round. First round was held on 22 & 23 March 2014

First round

The draw for the first round was held on 28 February 2014.[1]

Second round

The draw for the second round was hold on 26 March 2014.[3]

Final Round

Round of 32

The draw for the round of 32 was hold on 15 April 2014.[4]

Round of 16

The draw for the round of 16 was hold on 2 June 2014.[5]

Quarter-finals

The draw for the Quarter Finals was held on 22 July 2014.[6]

Semi-finals

The draw for the semi-finals was held on 26 August 2014.[7]

Final


Korean FA Cup
2014 Winner
Seongnam FC
Third Title

Goal scorers

Goals scored in preliminary round are not counted.
Rank Player Team 32 16 QF SF F Total
1 Kaio Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 2 2 4
2 Fágner Busan IPark 1 1 1 3
3 Ko Byung-wook Gangneung City 1 1 2
Lee Kang-min Gangneung City 1 1 2
Lee Sang-hyup Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 1 1 2
Ko Kwang-min FC Seoul 1 1 2
Kim Hyuk-jin Suwon FC 2 2
Kim Han-won Suwon FC 2 2
Jang Soon-kyu Yeungnam University 1 1 2
Choi Kwang-su Yeungnam University 2 2

Awards


References

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  • Official Fixtures & Results at KFA Website

External links

  • Official FA Cup Page at KFA Website
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