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1928 Mitropa Cup

Mitropa Cup 1928
Participating Nations
 Austria
 Hungary
 Czechoslovakia
 Yugoslavia
Number of clubs
8
Champions
Ferencvárosi TC

The 1928 season of the Mitropa Cup football club tournament was won by Ferencvárosi TC in a final against SK Rapid Wien. This was the second edition of the tournament.

Quarterfinals

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
SK Admira Wien Austria 6 - 4 Czechoslovakia SK Slavia Praha 3 - 1 3 - 3
BSK Belgrade Kingdom of Yugoslavia 1 - 13 Hungary Ferencvárosi TC 0 - 7 1 - 6
Građanski Zagreb Kingdom of Yugoslavia 4 - 8 Czechoslovakia SK Viktoria Žižkov 3 - 2 1 - 6
SK Rapid Wien Austria 7 - 7 Hungary MTK Hungária FC 6 - 4 1 - 3

Playoff between SK Rapid Wien and MTK Hungária FC resulted in 1-0 victory for SK Rapid Wien.

Semifinals

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
SK Admira Wien Austria 1 - 3 Hungary Ferencvárosi TC 1 - 2 0 - 1
SK Viktoria Žižkov Czechoslovakia 6 - 6 Austria SK Rapid Wien 4 - 3 2 - 3

Playoff between SK Viktoria Žižkov and SK Rapid Wien resulted in 3-1 victory for SK Rapid Wien.

Finals

Team #1 Agg. Team #2 1st leg 2nd leg
Ferencvárosi TC Hungary 10 - 6 Austria SK Rapid Wien 7 - 1 3 - 5

1st leg

October 28, 1928
Ferencvárosi 7 – 1[1][2] Rapid
Szedlacsik Goal 15'20'
J. Takács Goal 18'64'76'
Kohut Goal 56'58'
Horvath Goal 85'
Üllői úti (Budapest)
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Albino Carraro (Italy)
FERENCVÁROS FOOTBALL CLUB:
GK Hungary Ignác Amsel
DF Hungary Géza Takács
DF Hungary János Hungler (c)
MF Hungary Károly Furmann
MF Hungary Márton Bukovi
MF Hungary Elemér Berkessy
FW Hungary Imre Koszta
FW Hungary József Takács
FW Hungary József Turay
FW Hungary Ferenc Szedlacsik
FW Hungary Vilmos Kohut
Manager:
Hungary István Tóth
SPORTKLUB RAPID:
GK Austria Franz Hribar
DF Austria Roman Schramseis
DF Austria Franz Kral
MF Austria Josef Frühwirth
MF Austria Josef Smistik
MF Austria Josef Madlmayer
FW Austria Willibald Kirbes
FW Austria Franz Weselik
FW Austria Johann Hoffmann
FW Austria Johann Horvath
FW Austria Ferdinand Wesely (c)
Manager:
Austria Edi Bauer

2nd leg

November 11, 1928
Rapid 5 – 3[1][2] Ferencvárosi
Kirbes Goal 5'22'
Wesely Goal 37'53'
Weselik Goal 50'
Kohut Goal 33'
Turay Goal 36'
Szedlacsik Goal 79'
Hohe Warte (Wien)
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Albino Carraro (Italy)
SPORTKLUB RAPID:
GK Austria Franz Hribar
DF Austria Roman Schramseis
DF Austria Anton Witschel
MF Austria Johann Hoffmann
MF Austria Josef Madlmayer
MF Austria Josef Frühwirth
FW Austria Willibald Kirbes
FW Austria Franz Weselik
FW Austria Richard Kuthan
FW Austria Johann Horvath
FW Austria Ferdinand Wesely (c)
Manager:
Austria Edi Bauer
FERENCVÁROS FOOTBALL CLUB:
GK Hungary Ignác Amsel
DF Hungary Géza Takács
DF Hungary János Hungler (c)
MF Hungary Károly Furmann
MF Hungary Márton Bukovi
MF Hungary Elemér Berkessy
FW Hungary Imre Koszta
FW Hungary József Takács
FW Hungary József Turay
FW Hungary Ferenc Szedlacsik
FW Hungary Vilmos Kohut
Manager:
Hungary István Tóth

References

External links

  • Mitropa Cup results at Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation
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