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The 2001–02 Taça de Portugal was the 62nd edition of the Portuguese football knockout tournament, organized by the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF). The 2001–02 Taça de Portugal began on 2 September 2001.[1] The final was played on 12 May 2002 at the Estádio Nacional.[2]

2001–02 Taça de Portugal
Country Portugal
Dates2 September 2001 – 12 May 2002
Teams230
ChampionsSporting CP (13th title)
Runners-upLeixões
Top goal scorer(s)Mário Jardel (7 goals)

Porto were the previous holders, having defeated Marítimo 2–0 in the previous season's final.[3] Defending champions Porto were eliminated in the quarter finals by Braga.[4] Sporting CP defeated Leixões, 1–0 in the final to win their thirteenth Taça de Portugal.[5] As a result of Sporting CP winning both the league and cup in the same season, cup finalists Leixões would play the Leões in the 2002 Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira.[6]

First roundEdit

For the first round draw, teams were drawn against each other in accordance to their geographical location. The draw was split up into four sections: teams from the north, the center, the south and the Azores region.[7] All first round cup ties were played on the 2 September.[8][9][10] Ties which ended in a draw were replayed on the 12 September. Due to the odd number of teams at this stage of the competition, Guadalupe progressed to the next round due to having no opponent to face at this stage of the competition. The first round of the cup saw teams from the Portuguese Third Division (IV) start the competition alongside some teams who registered to participate in the cup from the Portuguese District Leagues (V).

North ZoneEdit

Central ZoneEdit

ReplaysEdit

South ZoneEdit

ReplaysEdit

Azores ZoneEdit

Second roundEdit

For the second round draw, teams were drawn against each other in accordance to their geographical location. The draw was split up into three sections: teams from the north, the center and the south. The draw for the second round was made on the 18 September,[11] with the ties being played between the 6–7 October.[12][13][14] Ties which ended in a draw were replayed on the 17 October.[15] Caçadores das Taipas' tie against Marco was played at a later date due to a scheduling conflict. Due to the odd number of teams at this stage of the competition, Imortal progressed to the next round due to having no opponent to face at this stage of the competition. The second round saw teams from the Portuguese Second Division (III) enter the competition.

North ZoneEdit

ReplaysEdit

Home team Score Away team
Amarante (IV) 0 – 0 (aet, p. 3 – 4) Pedras Rubras (III)

Central ZoneEdit

ReplaysEdit

South ZoneEdit

Third roundEdit

The draw for the third round was made on the 16 October,[16] with the ties being played between the 31 October and the 11 November.[17][18] Ties which ended in a draw were replayed on the 7–11 November.[19] The third round saw teams from the Liga de Honra (II) enter the competition.

Fourth roundEdit

Ties were played on the 16–18 November.[20][21][22] Ties which ended in a draw were replayed between the 28 November and the 5 December. Due to the odd number of teams at this stage of the competition, Vitória de Guimarães progressed to the next round due to having no opponent to face at this stage of the competition. The fourth round saw teams from the Primeira Liga (I) enter the competition.

Fifth roundEdit

Ties were played on the 5–12 December.[23][24] Ties which ended in a draw were replayed on the 18–19 December.

Sixth roundEdit

Ties were played between the 28–29 December to the 9 January.[25][26] Due to the odd number of teams involved at this stage of the competition, Leixões qualified for the quarter-finals due to having no opponent to face at this stage of the competition.

Quarter-finalsEdit

All quarter-final ties were played on the 16–30 January.[27][28]

Semi-finalsEdit

Ties were played on the 6–21 February.[29][30]

FinalEdit

Sporting CP (I)1 – 0Leixões (III)
Jardel   40' (Report)

ReferencesEdit

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  3. ^ "FC Porto 2-0 Marítimo" (in Portuguese). ZeroZero. Retrieved 25 July 2013.
  4. ^ "FC Porto 1-2 SC Braga" (in Portuguese). ZeroZero. Retrieved 25 July 2013.
  5. ^ "Sporting 1-0 Leixões" (in Portuguese). ZeroZero. Retrieved 25 July 2013.
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