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1993–94 KNVB Cup

1993–1994
Country Netherlands
Teams 63
Champions Feyenoord
Runners-up NEC

The 76th edition of the KNVB Cup started on August 28, 1993. The final was played on May 12, 1994: Feyenoord beat NEC 2–1 and won the cup for the ninth time. A total of 63 clubs participated.

Teams

  • All 18 participants of the Eredivisie 1993-94, eleven of which entering in the third round, the rest entering in the second round
  • All 18 participants of the Eerste Divisie 1993-94, entering in the second round
  • One youth team, entering in the second round
  • 26 teams from lower (amateur) leagues, five of which entering in the second round

First round

The matches of the first round were played on August 28 and 29, 1993. Only amateur teams participated.

Home team Result Away team
ADO '20 3–4 SV Huizen
Excelsior Maassluis 1–2 IJsselmeervogels
FC Lisse 7–1 VV Appingedam
Quick Boys 1–3 ACV
SC Genemuiden 0–5 AFC
SDVB 6–2 (aet) WHC
Be Quick 1887 1–3 RKSV Halsteren
BVV 1–5 VSV TONEGIDO
SV Panningen 2–4 Achilles'29
SV Meerssen 1–2 De Treffers

Second round

The matches of the second round were played on October 8, 9 and 10, 1993. Except for eleven Eredivisie teams, all other participants entered the tournament here.

Home team Result Away team
NAC Breda E 5–2 AFC A
NEC 1 2–1 FC Lisse A
RBC 1 1–0 FC Groningen E
SDVB A 1–5 sc Heerenveen E
Veendam 1 2–3 VV Lunteren A
VVV-Venlo E 5–3 VV Geldrop A
De Treffers A 2–1 (aet) Young Vitesse
HFC Haarlem 1 1–2 Telstar 1
RKSV Halsteren A 0–2 Dordrecht'90 1
USV Holland A (p) 3-3 TOP Oss 1
Home team Result Away team
IJsselmeervogels A 1–2 (aet) Go Ahead Eagles E
Cambuur Leeuwarden E 0–1 Sparta E
ADO Den Haag 1 5–2 ACV A
AZ 1 2–1 SV Huizen A
FC Eindhoven 1 1–2 De Graafschap 1
FC Emmen 1 2–0 FC Zwolle 1
Excelsior 1 6–0 Kozakken Boys A
FC Den Bosch 1 3–0 VSV TONEGIDO A
Helmond Sport 1 3–1 Achilles'29 A
SC Heracles 1 2–0 Quick '20 A
VV Katwijk A 2–5 Fortuna Sittard 1

E Eredivisie; 1 Eerste Divisie; A Amateur teams

Third round

The matches of the third round were played on November 10, 11 and 14, 1993. The eleven highest ranked Eredivisie clubs from last season entered the tournament this round.

Home team Result Away team
SC Heracles 0–0 (p: 2-4) Willem II E
MVV E 5–3 (aet) VV Lunteren
NAC Breda 3–2 (aet) VVV-Venlo
RKC Waalwijk E 4–0 RBC
Telstar 2–1 FC Volendam E
Sparta 2–2 (p: 0-3) PSV E
USV Holland 1–7 FC Twente E
Dordrecht'90 6–2 FC Emmen (on December 15)
Home team Result Away team
Ajax E 8–3 sc Heerenveen
AZ 2–0 Fortuna Sittard
De Graafschap 2–1 (aet) Vitesse E
De Treffers 1–3 NEC
Excelsior 2–3 (aet) Feyenoord E
FC Utrecht E 2–3 FC Den Bosch
Go Ahead Eagles 2–3 ADO Den Haag
Helmond Sport 1–0 (aet) Roda JC E

E eleven Eredivisie entrants

Round of 16

The matches of the round of 16 were played on December 15, 1993 and on January 9 and January 12, 1994.

Home team Result Away team
Ajax 4–1 FC Twente
Helmond Sport 1–0 FC Den Bosch
NEC 2–0 De Graafschap
PSV 2–1 Willem II
RKC Waalwijk 2–1 Telstar
Dordrecht'90 0–2 Feyenoord
ADO Den Haag 5–1 MVV
NAC Breda 3–2 AZ

Quarter finals

The quarter finals were played on February 9, 1994.

Home team Result Away team
ADO Den Haag 1–3 NEC
Ajax 7–1 Helmond Sport
NAC Breda 1–0 (aet) PSV
RKC Waalwijk 2–4 Feyenoord

Semi-finals

The semi-finals were played on March 9 and 20, 1994.

Home team Result Away team
NAC Breda 0–3 Feyenoord
Ajax 1–2 NEC

Final

The final was played on May 12, 1994 at Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam.

Home team Result Away team
Feyenoord 2–1 NEC

Feyenoord would participate in the Cup Winners' Cup.

See also

External links

  • RSSSF
  • Results by Ronald Zwiers (Dutch)

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