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2005–06 KNVB Cup

2005–2006
Country Netherlands
Teams 87
Champions Ajax
Runners-up PSV

The KNVB Cup 2005–06 started on August 2, 2005. The tournament was held for the 88th time. The final was held on May 7, 2006: Ajax beat PSV 2–1 and won the trophy for the sixteenth time.

Teams

Qualifying round

August 2, 2005
AFC 1–0 Be Quick '28

First round

August 6, 2005
Ajax (amateurs) A 0–4 Go Ahead Eagles 1
Harkemase Boys A 1–4 Vitesse E
RKVV Westlandia A 1–1 (p: 1-3) TOP Oss 1
ACV A 1–3 FC Volendam 1
HSV Hoek A 0–3 FC Eindhoven 1
SV Triborgh A 0–5 Roda JC E
SV Urk A 1–4 FC Omniworld 1
IJsselmeervogels A 1–3 BV Veendam 1
RKSV Nuenen A 0–8 Helmond Sport 1
WKE A 1–4 Cambuur Leeuwarden 1
VUC A 1–4 (aet) MVV 1
Quick Boys A 0–2 (aet) FC Twente E
FC Vinkenslag A 0–6 NAC Breda E
HSC '21 A 1–0 Stormvogels Telstar 1
Kozakken Boys A 0–4 RKC Waalwijk E
FC Türkiyemspor A 0–1 Rijnsburgse Boys A
VV Caesar A 0–5 ASWH A
SC Joure A 0–2 Young Ajax
EVV Echt A 1–4 FC Dordrecht 1
August 9, 2005
VV Nijenrodes A 0–7 FC Zwolle 1
RKSV DCG A DQ Heracles Almelo E [1]
Ter Leede A 0–1 FC Groningen E
Drachtster Boys A 0–3 WSV Apeldoorn A
VV Gemert A 2–1 RBC Roosendaal E
OJC Rosmalen A 0–6 VVV-Venlo 1
Excelsior Maassluis A 2–1 FC Den Bosch 1
AFC A DQ De Graafschap 1 [1]
Be Quick 1887 A 2–3 (aet) AGOVV Apeldoorn 1
Sparta '25 A 0–7 NEC E
USV Elinkwijk A 0–10 FC Utrecht E
Unitas '30 A 0–4 Fortuna Sittard 1
NEC (amateurs) A 1–4 Excelsior 1
Groesbeekse Boys A 0–12 ADO Den Haag E
VV SHO A DQ Young PSV [1]
De Treffers A 2–1 VV Baronie A
RKSV Schijndel A 0–5 Sparta Rotterdam E
SV Argon A 0–1 HFC Haarlem 1
WHC Wezep A 3–4 (aet) FC Emmen 1
ADO '20 A 1–2 Excelsior '31 A
August 16, 2005
UDI '19 A 0–0 (p: 4-3) SV Capelle A

E Eredivisie; 1 Eerste Divisie; A Amateur teams

Second round

September 20, 2005
Young Ajax 3–1 Cambuur Leeuwarden
Fortuna Sittard 1–3 FC Twente
FC Emmen 2–1 UDI '19
RKC Waalwijk 4–1 (aet) TOP Oss
WSV Apeldoorn 0–2 Helmond Sport
Excelsior 2–5 NEC
AFC 1–1 (p: 5-3) FC Omniworld
FC Dordrecht 3–0 VV Gemert
HFC Haarlem 1–3 (aet) MVV
Excelsior Maassluis 1–4 VVV-Venlo
FC Volendam 3–2 BV Veendam
September 21, 2005
Roda JC 4–0 Rijnsburgse Boys
HSC '21 0–2 FC Eindhoven
FC Groningen 2–1 Sparta Rotterdam
ASWH 0–4 FC Utrecht
FC Zwolle 2–4 NAC Breda
De Treffers 4–0 Excelsior '31
RKSV DCG 1–3 Go Ahead Eagles
Vitesse 3–3 (p: 5-6) AGOVV Apeldoorn
September 28, 2005
ADO Den Haag 11–1 VV SHO

Third round

October 25, 2005
Helmond Sport 1–0 (aet) De Treffers
Go Ahead Eagles 0–1 Roda JC
AFC 0–2 MVV
Young AFC Ajax 1–0 (aet) AGOVV Apeldoorn
FC Dordrecht 0–4 FC Volendam
FC Eindhoven 2–0 FC Emmen
NEC 2–2 (p: 5-4) NAC Breda
FC Utrecht 1–2 (aet) VVV-Venlo
RKC Waalwijk 1–2 (aet) FC Twente
FC Groningen 3–0 ADO Den Haag

Last 16

Six Eredivisie teams entered the tournament this round. They had previously been playing in the Champions League and UEFA Cup.

December 20, 2005
sc Heerenveen E 2–0 VVV-Venlo
MVV 3–1 Willem II E
PSV E 3–0 FC Twente
Helmond Sport 2–1 Young Ajax
December 21, 2005
AZ E 2–0 NEC
Roda JC 1–0 Feyenoord E
December 22, 2005
FC Groningen 3–0 FC Volendam
FC Eindhoven 1–6 Ajax E

E six Eredivisie entrants

Quarter finals

January 31, 2006
Helmond Sport 0–2 Roda JC
AZ 4–0 MVV
February 1, 2006
FC Groningen 2–3 PSV
February 2, 2006
sc Heerenveen 0–3 Ajax

Semi-finals

March 22, 2006
Ajax 4–1 (aet) Roda JC
PSV 2–0 (aet) AZ

Final

Ajax 2–1 PSV
Huntelaar '48
Huntelaar '89
May 7, 2006
Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam
Referee: Eric Braamhaar
Attendance: 35.000
53' Lamey

Both Ajax and PSV already secured a Champions League spot in the national competition. Therefore, the UEFA Cup ticket the winner of this tournament would win, could now be won in the Eredivisie play-offs.

See also

References

External links

  • Results by Ronald Zwiers (Dutch)
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