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2007 Korean FA Cup

 

2007 Korean FA Cup

2007 Korean FA Cup
2007 Hana Bank FA Cup
Country  Korea Republic
Champions Jeonnam Dragons
Runners-up Pohang Steelers

2007 Korean FA Cup, known as the Hana Bank FA Cup for sponsorship reasons, was the 12th edition of the Korean FA Cup.

Contents

  • Tournament format 1
  • Results 2
    • Preliminary rounds 2.1
      • First round 2.1.1
      • Second round 2.1.2
    • Final rounds 2.2
      • Round of 26 2.2.1
      • Round of 16 2.2.2

Tournament format

Round of 16 Quarter Finals Semi Finals Final
                           
August 1, 2007            
 Ulsan Hyundai Mipo Dolphin  2 (4)
September 18, 2007
 Gyeongnam FC  2 (2)  
 Ulsan Hyundai Mipo Dolphin  0
   Pohang Steelers  2  
 Goyang KB Kookmin Bank  2 (2)
October 3, 2007
 Pohang Steelers  2 (4)  
 Pohang Steelers  2
   Jeju United  1  
 Jeju United  1 (5)
 Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma  1 (4)  
 Jeju United  0 (5)
   Busan I'Park  0 (4)  
 Daejeon Citizen  0
November, 2007 (agg)
 Busan I'Park  2  
 Pohang Steelers  3
   Chunnam Dragons  6
 Chunnam Dragons  1
 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors  0  
 Chunnam Dragons  0 (4)
   Ulsan Hyundai Horangi  0 (2)  
 Gwangju Sangmu  1
 Ulsan Hyundai Horangi  3  
 Chunnam Dragons  2
   Incheon United  0  
 Daegu FC  2
 Incheon United  3  
 Incheon United  2


   FC Seoul  1  
 FC Seoul  0 (4)
 Suwon Samsung Bluewings  0 (2)  

Results

Preliminary rounds

First round

March 11
University of Incheon 3 – 0 Bukak Club
Park Ki-Seo 55, 79
Han Ji-Ho 77



March 11
University of Ulsan vs Bonghwang FC
Yongin Sports Complex University of Ulsan bye

Second round

May 27
Soongsil University 1 – 1
(3 PK 1)
University of Incheon
Ryu Hyun-Ho 12
own goal 22




Final rounds

Round of 26






June 12
Gangneung City 1 – 1
(6 PK 7)
Daegu FC
Na Il-Kyun 91 43 Eninho








Round of 16




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