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1985–86 KNVB Cup

Country Netherlands
Teams 64
Champions Ajax
Runners-up RBC

The KNVB Cup 1985–86 started on October 9, 1985. It was held for the 68th time. The final was held on May 28, 1986 at Stadion Feijenoord in Rotterdam, with Ajax beating RBC 3–0.


First round

October 9, 12, 13 and 30, 1985
Ajax E 3–0 Sparta E
ASWH A 2–1 FC Emmen 1
AVW'66A 1–3 NEC E
De BatavenA 0–2 VVOG A
DETOA 2–8 HFC Haarlem E
DHCA 0–1 FC Twente E
VV Drachten A 1–6 FC Volendam 1
HFC EDO A 3–3 Kozakken BoysA
EHC Hoensbroek A 2–7 NAC 1
FC Eindhoven 1 0–1 RBC 1
Excelsior E 1–3 FC Den Haag 1
FC Groningen E 5–1 FC Den Bosch E
FC Utrecht E 3–1 Helmond Sport 1
Feyenoord E 4–0 MVV E
Fortuna Sittard E 3–0 FC Wageningen 1
Go Ahead Eagles E 1–1 SC Veendam 1
GVVV A 3–1 HSV HoekA
SV Marken A 3–1 VV Rheden A
VV Oostkapelle A 3–2 BSV Limburgia A
VV Papendrecht A 2–1 DWV Amsterdam A
RCH Heemstede A 3–2 Willem II 1
ROHDA Raalte A 4–1 Spijkenisse A
Rood Wit St.Willebrord A 0–2 SC Heracles E
SC Cambuur 1 1–2 DS '79 1
Sportclub Enschede A 1–1 sc Heerenveen 1
SVV 1 3–2 Roda JC E
Telstar 1 1–0 RKC 1
SV Urk A 1–4 AZ'67 E
Vitesse 1 0–3 PSV E
RKVV Voerendaal A 0–0 De Graafschap 1
VVV E 0–5 PEC Zwolle 1
Wilhelmina'08A 0–1 SV Spakenburg A

E Eredivisie; 1 Eerste Divisie; A Amateur teams


October 30 and November 2, 1985
De Graafschap 4–1 RKVV Voerendaal
Kozakken Boys (p) 0-0 HFC EDO
sc Heerenveen 2–1 Sportclub Enschede
SC Veendam (p) 0-0 Go Ahead Eagles

Second round

November 23 and 24, 1985
March 11 and February 9, 1986
AZ'67 0–0 FC Groningen
FC Twente 2–3 NEC
FC Utrecht 0–4 Ajax
Feyenoord 4–1 PSV
Fortuna Sittard 3–0 ASWH Hendrik I.Ambacht
Kozakken Boys Werkendam 0–2 PEC Zwolle
SV Marken 3–1 SC Heracles
NAC Breda 2–0 SVV
VV Oostkapelle 2–2 Telstar
RBC 3–2 DS '79
ROHDA Raalte 1–0 GVVV Veenendaal
sc Heerenveen 1–1 RCH Heemstede
SC Veendam 1–1 De Graafschap
SV Spakenburg 1–1 FC Den Haag
FC Volendam 0–2 VV Papendrecht
VVOG Harderwijk 2–2 HFC Haarlem


December 18, 1985
January 18, February 8 and 9, 1986
FC Den Haag 2–0 SV Spakenburg
FC Groningen 2–0 (aet) AZ'67
De Graafschap 2–1 SC Veendam
HFC Haarlem 4–1 VVOG Harderwijk
RCH Heemstede 2–1 (aet) sc Heerenveen
Telstar 2–0 VV Oostkapelle

Third round

March 8, 18 and 19, 1986
FC Den Haag 4–2 NAC Breda
FC Groningen 3–0 VV Papendrecht
Fortuna Sittard 2–1 Feyenoord
HFC Haarlem 0–0 PEC Zwolle
NEC 1–0 De Graafschap
RBC 1–1 Telstar
RCH Heemstede 1–3 Ajax
ROHDA Raalte 1–3 SV Marken


April 9, 1986
PEC Zwolle 0–1 HFC Haarlem
Telstar 0–0 (p) RBC

From quarterfinals to final

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
22 March        
 NEC  2
7 May
 Fortuna Sittard  1  
 NEC  1
23 March
     Ajax  3  
 Ajax  1
28 May
 FC Groningen  0  
 Ajax  3
22 March    
   RBC  0
 HFC Haarlem  0
8 May
 RBC  1  
 RBC  2
23 March
     FC Den Haag  1  
 SV Marken  0
 FC Den Haag  1  

Details of the Final

Ajax 3–0 RBC
Bosman '46
Silooy 67'
Bosman 80'
May 28, 1986

Ajax would play in the Cup Winners' Cup.

See also

External links

  • Netherlands Cup Full Results 1970–1994

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