2002 Cupa României Final

The 2002 Cupa României Final was the 64th final of Romania's most prestigious cup competition. The final was played at the Stadionul Național in Bucharest on 5 June 2002 and was contested between Divizia A sides Rapid București and Dinamo București. The cup was won by Rapid.

2002 Cupa României Final
Event2001–02 Cupa României
Date5 June 2002
VenueStadionul Naţional, Bucharest
RefereeCristian Balaj (Romania)
Attendance40,000
2001
2003

Route to the finalEdit

FC Rapid București

Round of 32 Politehnica Timișoara 1–3 Rapid București
Round of 16 Rapid București 2–0 Argeș Pitești
Quarter-finals Bihor Oradea 0–5 Rapid București
Semi-finals 1st Leg Astra Ploiești 2–2 Rapid București
Semi-finals 2nd Leg Rapid București 0–0 (a.g.) Astra Ploiești

FC Dinamo București

Round of 32 Electromagnetica București 2–3 Dinamo București
Round of 16 Dinamo București 6–0 Sportul Studențesc
Quarter-finals FC Brașov 0–0 a.e.t. (2–3) pen. Dinamo București
Semi-finals 1st Leg Steaua București 0–1 Dinamo București
Semi-finals 2nd Leg Dinamo București 3–1 Steaua București

Match details [1]Edit

 
 
 
 
 
Rapid București
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dinamo București
RAPID BUCUREȘTI:
GK 12   Bogdan Stelea
DF 3   Adrian Iencsi (c)   38'
DF 4   Vasile Maftei   33'   84'
DF 2   Nicolae Stanciu
MF 8   Ioan Sabău
MF 7   Marius Măldărășanu
MF 6   Florin Șoavă   80'
MF 10   Robert Ilyeș
MF 5   Răzvan Raț
FW 11   Daniel Pancu   87'
FW 9   Florin Bratu   68'
Substitutes:
DF 13   Ion Voicu   84'
MF 15   Dennis Șerban   68'
FW 14   Marius Șumudică   87'
Manager:
  Mircea Rednic
DINAMO BUCUREȘTI:
GK 1   Bogdan Lobonț
DF 2   Giani Kiriță (c)
DF 6   Bogdan Onuț
DF 4   Sorin Iodi
MF 5   Mugur Bolohan   24'
MF 8   Florin Pârvu
MF 7   Ovidiu Stîngă   29'   55'
MF 18   Vlad Munteanu   65'
MF 3   Iosif Tâlvan   87'
FW 9'   Claudiu Niculescu   38'
FW 20   Claudiu Drăgan
Substitutes:
MF 17   Constantin Ilie   87'
MF 18   Florentin Petre   55'
FW 10   Ionel Dănciulescu   65'
Manager:
  Cornel Dinu

MATCH OFFICIALS

MAN OF THE MATCH

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes extra-time (15-minute intervals)
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores level after extra time.
  • Seven named substitutes
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.

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