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1986–87 KNVB Cup

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1986–87 KNVB Cup

Country Netherlands
Teams 64
Champions Ajax
Runners-up FC Den Haag

The 69th edition of the KNVB Cup started on October 11, 1986. The final was played on June 5, 1987: Ajax beat FC Den Haag 4–2 and won the cup for the eleventh time.


First round

The matches of the first round were played on October 11 and 12, 1986.

Home team Result Away team
VV Heerjansdam A 0–2 FC Den Bosch E
Kozakken Boys A 1–2 (aet) SC Veendam E
VV Noordwijk A 3–1 Telstar 1
Quick Boys A 0–3 SVV 1
VV Rheden A 2–2 (p: 6-5) Helmond Sport 1
SC Cambuur 1 1–6 FC Den Haag E
sc Heerenveen 1 2–4 FC Volendam 1
VV Sittard A 0–2 Feyenoord E
RKSV Sparta '25 A 0–5 FC Twente E
Young Sparta 2–1 Roda JC E
SC Enschede A 1–0 NAC Breda 1
TOP Oss A 0–4 PSV E
De Treffers A 1–3 Vitesse 1
GVV Unitas A 1–2 De Graafschap 1
VC Vlissingen A 1–4 VVV E
IJsselmeervogels A 1–2 SC Heracles 1
Home team Result Away team
Achilles'29 A 2–1 RBC 1
ACV A 2–2 (p: 4-3) FC Wageningen 1
AFC A 2–5 RKC Waalwijk 1
AZS A 0–1 MVV 1
BVV Barendrecht A 0–7 PEC Zwolle E
VV Bennekom A 0–4 Excelsior E
DETO A 1–2 HFC Haarlem E
DS '79 1 3–2 Go Ahead Eagles E
VV DWV A 3–0 NEC 1
FC Eindhoven 1 1–2 FC Groningen E
USV Elinkwijk A 1–4 Ajax E
FC Emmen 1 1–4 (aet) AZ E
Enter Vooruit A 1–6 Sparta E
Flevo Boys A 0–2 Fortuna Sittard E
VV Geldrop/AEK A 3–2 Willem II 1
GVVV A 0–5 FC Utrecht E

E Eredivisie; 1 Eerste Divisie; A Amateur teams

Second round

The matches of the second round were played on November 15 and 16, 1986.

Home team Result Away team
PSV 6–1 RKC Waalwijk
VV Rheden 0–2 Ajax
Heracles Almelo 1–3 Feyenoord
Sparta 3–0 AZ
Young Sparta 1–2 FC Utrecht
SV Enschede 1–7 FC Den Haag
SVV 1–7 FC Twente
Vitesse 2–1 FC Volendam
Home team Result Away team
Achilles'29 1–5 VVV
ACV 1–2 FC Den Bosch
VV DWV 1–3 Fortuna Sittard
Excelsior 3–2 SC Veendam
FC Groningen 3–1 MVV
De Graafschap 2–1 HFC Haarlem
VV Noordwijk 1–2 VV Geldrop/AEK
PEC Zwolle 2–3 (aet) DS '79

Round of 16

The matches of the round of 16 were played on March 10 and 11, 1987.

Home team Result Away team
Feyenoord 1–2 (aet) FC Den Haag (on Feb. 22)
DS '79 2–1 FC Utrecht
Excelsior 1–0 FC Twente
FC Den Bosch 2–2 (p: 4-2) PSV
Sparta Rotterdam 0–0 (p: 3-4) Ajax
Vitesse 1–1 (p: 4-3) De Graafschap
VVV 1–2 Fortuna Sittard
FC Groningen 4–2 VV Geldrop/AEK (on Mar. 24)

Quarter finals

The quarter finals were played between March 29 and April 1, 1987. Instead of extra time, a replay was played if necessary.

Home team Result Away team
Ajax 2–0 Vitesse
DS '79 0–0 FC Den Bosch
FC Den Haag 3–1 Excelsior
Fortuna Sittard 1–2 FC Groningen


The replay was played on April 15, 1987.

Home team Result Away team
FC Den Bosch 3–1 DS '79


The semi-finals were played on May 5, 1987. Instead of extra time, a replay was played if necessary.

Home team Result Away team
Ajax 0–0 FC Groningen
FC Den Bosch 0–3 FC Den Haag


The replay was played on May 19, 1987.

Home team Result Away team
FC Groningen 0–3 Ajax


FC Den Haag 2–4 (aet) Ajax
Boere 43'
Morley 66'
June 5, 1987
The Hague
11' Bosman
83' Bosman
104' Van Basten
106' Van Basten

Ajax had won the Cup Winners' Cup tournament this year, therefore the Netherlands were allowed to send two teams to next year's edition of 1987–88. This way, finalists FC Den Haag also qualified.

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