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2003–04 Copa del Rey

2003–04 Copa del Rey
Country Spain
Champions Real Zaragoza
Runners-up Real Madrid
Top goal scorer(s) Spain Raúl González (6)

The Copa del Rey 2003–04 is the 100th staging of the Copa del Rey.

The competition started on August 24, 2003 and concluded on March 17, 2004 with the Final, held at the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys in Barcelona, in which Real Zaragoza lifted the trophy with a 2–3 victory over Real Madrid. The final match was played six days after the 2004 Madrid train bombings and three days after the 2004 Spanish general elections.

First round

First leg:

August 24, 2003
Badalona 1–3 Sabadell
Benidorm 1–2 Alicante
Caudal 2–2 Real Unión
CCD Cerceda 0–0 Barakaldo
Cerro de Reyes 2–1 Universidad de Las Palmas
Conquense 0–0 Burgos
Fraga 1–3 Mirandés
Granada 74 0–0 Cacereño
Hellín Deportivo 0–3 San Sebastián
Lanzarote 2–0 Logroñés
Palencia 1–1 Cultural Leonesa
Vecindario 1–0 Extremadura
Velarde 0–1 Gimnástica Torrelavega
Vilafranca de Bonany 0–0 Lorca Deportiva
Villanueva de Córdoba 0–1 Ceuta
Zalla 1–2 Pontevedra
Zamora 1–1 Alcorcón

Second leg:

September 10, 2003
Sabadell 0–2 Badalona Agg:3-3
Alicante 1–1 Benidorm Agg:3-2
Real Unión 3–1 Caudal Agg:5-3
Barakaldo 2–0 CCD Cerceda Agg:2-0
Universidad de Las Palmas 0–1 Cerro de Reyes Agg:1-3
Burgos 1–2 Conquense Agg:1-2
Mirandés 1–0 Fraga Agg:4-1
Cacereño 1–0 Granada 74 Agg:1-0
San Sebastián 2–0 Hellín Deportivo Agg:5-0
Logroñés 3–2 Lanzarote Agg:3-4
Cultural Leonesa 2–1 Palencia Agg:3-2
Extremadura 2–1 Vecindario Agg:2-2
Gimnástica Torrelavega 2–0 Velarde Agg:3-0
Lorca Deportiva 3–0 Vilafranca de Bonany Agg:3-0
Ceuta 1–1 AET Villanueva de Córdoba Agg:2-1
Pontevedra 4–0 Zalla Agg:6-1
Alcorcón 1–4 Zamora Agg:2-5

Round of 64

October 8, 2003
Elche 2–3 Espanyol
Alicante 1–2 Villarreal
Badajoz 1–4 Real Betis
Barakaldo 0–1 Racing de Santander
Castellón 1–3 Valencia
Ceuta 0–1 AET Málaga
Compostela 0–1 Deportivo de La Coruña
Conquense 2–3 Atlético Madrid
Gimnástica Torrelavega 2–1 Athletic Bilbao
Gramenet 0–1 Barcelona
Cultural Leonesa 1–0 Albacete
Lorca Deportiva 1–2 Real Murcia
Mirandés 1–2 Real Zaragoza
Pontevedra 1–1 (4–5 PP) Celta de Vigo
Real Unión 0–2 Osasuna
Sabadell 2–4 Mallorca
San Sebastián 0–3 Real Madrid
Zamora 0–2 Real Valladolid
Cerro de Reyes 1–7 Sevilla
Real Oviedo 1–2 Real Sociedad
Getafe 1–2 Leganés
Recreativo de Huelva 0–0 (2–3 PP) Almería
Las Palmas 1–2 AET Córdoba
Numancia 0–1 Ciudad de Murcia
Salamanca 1–0 Rayo Vallecano
Sporting de Gijón 0–1 Eibar
Tenerife 0–1 AET Cádiz
Terrassa 0–1 Levante
Cacereño 1–2 Xerez
Racing de Ferrol 1–1 (1–2 PP) Deportivo Alavés
Lanzarote 4–2 Polideportivo Ejido
Vecindario 0–1 AET Algeciras

Round of 32

December 16, 2003
Deportivo Alavés 2–1 Real Sociedad
Algeciras 0–1 Villarreal
Celta de Vigo 3–1 Espanyol
Cultural Leonesa 0–1 Atlético Madrid
December 17, 2003
Almería 1–3 Real Valladolid
Cádiz 1–2 Osasuna
Ciudad de Murcia 0–4 Barcelona
Córdoba 1–3 Real Betis
Eibar 0–0 (3–2 PP) Racing de Santander
Gimnástica Torrelavega 1–2 Deportivo de La Coruña
Lanzarote 0–1 Sevilla
Levante 2–0 Mallorca
Salamanca 2–3 AET Real Zaragoza
Valencia 2–0 Real Murcia
Xerez 0–1 Málaga
December 16, 2003
Leganés 3–4 AET Real Madrid

Knock-out rounds

Round of 16

First leg:

January 6, 2004
Atlético Madrid 0–0 Deportivo de La Coruña
January 7, 2004
Deportivo Alavés 0–0 Real Valladolid
Eibar 1–1 Real Madrid
Málaga 0–1 Celta de Vigo
Real Zaragoza 3–1 Real Betis
Valencia 2–2 Osasuna
January 8, 2004
Levante 1–0 Barcelona
Villarreal 1–3 Sevilla

Second leg:

January 13, 2004
Real Madrid 2–0 Eibar Agg:3-1
January 14, 2004
Real Valladolid 1–1 Deportivo Alavés Agg:1-1
Celta de Vigo 2–2 Málaga Agg:3-2
Real Betis 1–1 Real Zaragoza Agg:2-4
Barcelona 3–1 Levante Agg:3-2
Osasuna 0–2 Valencia Agg:2-4
January 15, 2004
Deportivo de La Coruña 1–1 Atlético Madrid Agg:1-1
Sevilla 0–2 Villarreal Agg:3-3

Quarter-finals

First leg

All times CEST.

January 21
20:00
Sevilla 4–0 Atlético Madrid
Darío Silva Goal 20'
Reyes Goal 24'
Pablo Alfaro Goal 28'
J. Baptista Goal 74'
(Report)
Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, Seville
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Pérez Lasa

January 21
21:30
Real Madrid 3–0 Valencia
Raúl Goal 31'
Ronaldo Goal 81'
Figo Goal 86' (pen.)
(Report)

January 22
20:00
Deportivo Alavés 4–2 Celta Vigo
Rubén Navarro Goal 22'38'51'
Magno Goal 53'
(Report) Pinilla Goal 9'49'
Mendizorroza, Vitoria-Gasteiz
Attendance: 9,461
Referee: Pérez Burrull

January 22
21:30
Barcelona 0–1 Real Zaragoza
(Report) Villa Goal 74' (pen.)
Camp Nou, Barcelona
Attendance: 46,506
Referee: Megía Dávila

Second leg

January 28
20:00
Atlético Madrid 1–2 Sevilla
Torres Goal 12' (Report) J. Baptista Goal 86'
Darío Silva Goal 88'
Vicente Calderón, Madrid
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Rodríguez Santiago

January 28
20:00
Celta Vigo 1–0 Deportivo Alavés
Gustavo López Goal 68' (Report)
Estadio Balaídos, Vigo
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Esquinas Torres

January 28
21:30
Valencia 1–2 Real Madrid
Xisco Goal 73' (Report) Raúl Goal 14'
Zidane Goal 90'
Mestalla, Valencia
Attendance: 42,000
Referee: Carmona Méndez

January 29
21:00
Real Zaragoza 1–1 Barcelona
Yordi Goal 85' (Report) Luis García Goal 12'
La Romareda, Zaragoza
Attendance: 28,000
Referee: Undiano Mallenco

Semifinals

First leg

All times CEST.

February 4
21:00
Real Madrid 2–0 Sevilla
Solari Goal 56'
Raúl Goal 76'
(Report)
Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Referee: Turienzo Alvarez

February 5
21:00
Deportivo Alavés 1–1 Real Zaragoza
Vučko Goal 17' (Report) Sávio Goal 89'
Mendizorroza, Vitoria-Gasteiz
Attendance: 14,400
Referee: Ramírez Domínguez

Second leg

February 11
21:00
Sevilla 1–0 Real Madrid
Antonio López Goal 1' (Report)
Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, Seville
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Iturralde González

February 12
21:00
Real Zaragoza 0–0 Deportivo Alavés
(Report)
La Romareda, Zaragoza
Attendance: 32,000
Referee: Mejuto González

Final

March 17
21:00 (CEST)
Real Madrid 2 – 3 (a.e.t.) Real Zaragoza
Beckham Goal 23'
Roberto Carlos Goal 47'
(Report) Dani Goal 28'
Villa Goal 44' (pen.)
Galletti Goal 111'
Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, Barcelona
Attendance: 54,000
Referee: Carmona Méndez
Copa del Rey 2003–04 Winners
Zaragoza

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