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1992–93 Slovenian Cup

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1992–93 Slovenian Cup

1992–93 Slovenian Football Cup
Country  Slovenia
Champions Olimpija
(1st title)
Runners-up Celje

First round

Home team Score Away team
Maribor 4–2 Žalec
Limbuš Pekre 1–0 Podvinci
Piran 1–0 Železničar Maribor
Celje 3–0 Mura
Drava Ptuj 2–5 Naklo
Zagorje 2–0 Beltinci
Gorica 7–8 Slovan
Domžale 4–2 Rudar Velenje
Korotan Prevalje 1–4 Nafta Lendava
Ljubljana 4–0 Turnišče
Olimpija 7–1 Kranj
Svoboda 3–0 Steklar
Čarda 0–7 Primorje
Triglav Kranj 5–0 Gornja Radgona
Izola 4–5 Studio D Novo Mesto
Belinka 0–3 Koper

Round of 16

Home team Score Away team
Primorje 1–0 Domžale
Slovan 5–6 Olimpija
Naklo 5–2 Zagorje
Nafta Lendava 3–4 Celje
Svoboda 3–0 Piran
Ljubljana 1–0 Maribor
Triglav Kranj 6–0 Limbuš Pekre
Studio D Novo Mesto 1–0 Koper


Home team Score Away team
Olimpija 3–1 Triglav Kranj
Celje 3–1 Naklo
Primorje 3-4 Studio D Novo Mesto
Ljubljana 4–0 Svoboda


Home team Score Away team
Studio D Novo Mesto 1–4 Celje
Ljubljana 0–1 Olimpija


2 June 1993
Celje 1 – 2 Olimpija
Beširović Goal 63' Topić Goal 42'
Djuranovič Goal 50'
Skalna Klet, Celje
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Darko Jamšek

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