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2002–03 Copa del Rey

2002–03 Copa del Rey
Country Spain
Champions Mallorca
Runners-up Recreativo de Huelva

The Copa del Rey 2002–03 is the 99th staging of the Copa del Rey.

The competition started on August 28, 2002 and concluded on June 28, 2003 with the Final, held at the Martinez Valero in Elche, in which Mallorca lifted the trophy for the first time ever with a 3–0 victory over Recreativo de Huelva.

Preliminary round

First leg:

August 28, 2002
Hércules 3–0 Lleida
Tomelloso CF 1–4 Amurrio Club
Cultural Leonesa 2–1 Real Avila
Cacereno 2–0 Ceuta
Langreo 0–0 Jerez CF
UDA Gramenet 1–0 CE Mataro
Atlético Baleares 0–2 Novelda CF
UD Fraga 0–4 Real Union
UD Lanzarote 2–1 Pontevedra CF
San Sebastian 1–1 Marino de Luanco
CD Burriana 0–1 Alicante CF
Villanueva CF 0–0 Ciudad de Murcia
Alondras CF 0–1 CD Corralejo
SD Lemona 0–1 SD Noja
CD Linares 0–0 UD Mérida
Orihuela CF 0–0 Palamós CF
Barakaldo CF 1–1 CM Peralta

Second leg:

September 4, 2002
Lleida 1–0 Hércules Agg:1–3
Amurrio Club 2–0 Tomelloso CF Agg:6–1
Real Avila 1–1 Cultural Leonesa Agg:1–2
Ceuta 0–2 Cacereno Agg:0–4
Jerez CF 3–2 Langreo Agg:3–2
CE Mataro 1–1 UDA Gramenet Agg:2–1
Novelda CF 3–0 Atletico Baleares Agg:5–0
Real Union 3–0 UD Fraga Agg:7–0
Pontevedra CF 3–2 UD Lanzarote(ag) Agg:4–4
Marino de Luanco 0–1 San Sebastian Agg:1–2
Alicante CF 4–0 CD Burriana Agg:5–0
Ciudad de Murcia 3–0 Villanueva CF Agg:3–0
CD Corralejo 3–0 Alondras CF Agg:4–0
SD Noja 0–3 SD Lemona Agg:1–3
UD Mérida 0–0 CD Linares(2–4 pen) Agg:0–0
Palamós CF 2–1 Orihuela CF Agg:2–1
CM Peralta 0–1 Barakaldo CF Agg:1–2

Round of 64

September 8, 2002
UD Salamanca 0–4 Racing Ferrol
September 10, 2002
SD Lemona 0–3 CA Osasuna
Hércules CF 2–1 Villarreal CF
SD Compostela 0–1 Real Oviedo
September 11, 2002
Terrassa FC 2–0 Levante
UDA Gramenet 0–1 RCD Mallorca
Novelda CF 3–2 FC Barcelona
Palamós CF 6–1 Elche CF
Barakaldo CF 1–3 Alavés(aet)
Amurrio Club 1–2 Athletic Bilbao
CP Cacereño 0–2 Xerez CD
Real Union 3–2 Racing Santander
(aet)Getafe CF 2–1 UD Las Palmas
UD Lanzarote 1–2 Atlético Madrid
Real Zaragoza 3–1 Real Sociedad
CD Numancia 2–0 CD Tenerife
Sporting Gijón 1–2 Real Valladolid
Cultural Leonesa 2–1 Rayo Vallecano
Motril CF 1–1 CD Badajoz(3–4 pen)
Burgos CF 0–1 Celta de Vigo
Alicante CF 1–0 RCD Espanyol
Real Jaén 0–3 Sevilla FC
Nàstic 0–0 Valencia CF(4–5 pen)
CF Extremadura 1–1 Málaga CF(1–4 pen)
San Sebastian 1–8 Real Madrid
CD Linares 1–0 CD Leganes
Jerez CF 0–3 Real Betis
UD Almería(aet) 3–2 Córdoba CF
Albacete 1–2 SD Eibar
CD Corralejo 1–2 Deportivo
September 18, 2002
Real Murcia 1–0 Poli Ejido
October 9, 2002
Villanueva CF 1–2 Recreativo

Round of 32

November 5, 2002
Novelda CF 0–3 Terrassa FC
Hércules CF 0–0 RCD Mallorca(3–4 pen)
Racing Ferrol 3–4 Deportivo
November 6, 2002
Real Union 2–1 Athletic Bilbao
SD Eibar 0–0 CA Osasuna(6–7 pen)
Palamós CF 3–6 Real Betis(aet)
Real Oviedo 0–4 Real Madrid
Getafe CF 1–2 Real Valladolid(aet)
Cultural Leonesa 0–2 Atlético Madrid
Real Murcia 1–0 CD Badajoz
Xerez CD 2–0 Málaga CF
Real Zaragoza 1–2 Deportivo Alavés
CD Linares 1–2 Sevilla FC
UD Almería 0–1 Recreativo
(5–4pen)Alicante CF 3–3 Valencia CF
November 7, 2002
CD Numancia 1–0 Celta Vigo

Round of 16

First leg:

January 7, 2003
Alicante CF 1–1 Deportivo
January 8, 2003
Real Murcia 0–0 Deportivo Alavés
Real Betis 0–0 Recreativo
Terrassa FC 3–3 Real Madrid
RCD Mallorca 2–2 Real Valladolid
Real Union 0–4 CA Osasuna
CD Numancia 1–3 Sevilla FC
Xerez CD 0–1 Atlético Madrid

Second leg:

January 14, 2003
Real Madrid 4–2 Terrassa FC agg:7–5
January 15, 2003
Deportivo Alavés 1–2 Real Murcia agg:1–2
Deportivo 4–1 Alicante CF agg:5–2
Recreativo 1–0 Real Betis agg:1–0
Real Valladolid 1–4 RCD Mallorca agg:3–6
CA Osasuna 1–1 Real Union agg:5–1
Sevilla FC 2–1 CD Numancia agg:5–2
Atlético Madrid 3–0 Xerez CD agg:4–0


First leg:

January 22, 2003
Deportivo la Coruna 1–0 Real Murcia
Recreativo 1–0 Atlético Madrid
Sevilla FC 1–1 CA Osasuna
January 23, 2003
Real Madrid 1–1 RCD Mallorca

Second leg:

January 28, 2003
Atlético Madrid 0–0 Recreativo agg:0–1
January 29, 2003
CA Osasuna 3–2 Sevilla FC agg:4–3
RCD Mallorca 4–0 Real Madrid agg:5–1
January 30, 2003
Real Murcia 4–3 Deportivo(ag) agg:4–4


First leg:

February 5, 2003
Deportivo 2–3 RCD Mallorca
February 6, 2003
Recreativo 2–0 CA Osasuna

Second leg:

March 5, 2003
RCD Mallorca 1–1 Deportivo agg:4–3
CA Osasuna 2–2 Recreativo agg:2–4


Main article: 2003 Copa del Rey Final
28 June 2003
Recreativo de Huelva 0–3 Mallorca
Report Pandiani Goal 20' (pen.)
Eto'o Goal 73'84'
Martinez Valero, Elche
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Iturralde González
Copa del Rey 2002–03 Winners
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