2003 Cupa României Final

The 2003 Cupa României Final was the 65th final of Romania's most prestigious cup competition. The final was played at the Stadionul Naţional in Bucharest on 31 May 2003 and was contested between Divizia A sides Dinamo București and Naţional Bucureşti. The cup was won by Dinamo.[1]

2003 Cupa României Final
Event2002–03 Cupa României
Date31 May 2003
VenueStadionul Naţional, Bucharest
RefereeAlain Sars (France)
Attendance25,000
2002
2004

Route to the finalEdit

FC Dinamo București

Round of 32 UM Timişoara 0–1 Dinamo București
Round of 16 Steaua București 0–3 Dinamo București
Quarter-finals 1st Leg Farul Constanța 0–1 Dinamo București
Quarter-finals 2nd Leg Dinamo București 2–2 Farul Constanța
Semi-finals 1st Leg Astra Ploiești 2–1 Dinamo București
Semi-finals 2nd Leg Dinamo București 3–1 (aet, gg) Astra Ploiești

FC Naţional Bucureşti

Round of 32 Progresul Caracal 0–3 Naţional Bucureşti
Round of 16 Naţional Bucureşti 3–0 Midia Năvodari
Quarter-finals 1st Leg Naţional Bucureşti 4–0 CFR Cluj
Quarter-finals 2nd Leg CFR Cluj 0–1 Naţional Bucureşti
Semi-finals 1st Leg Naţional Bucureşti 4–0 Argeş Pitești
Semi-finals 2nd Leg Argeş Pitești 2–1 Naţional Bucureşti

Match detailsEdit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dinamo București
 
 
 
 
 
Naţional Bucureşti
DINAMO BUCUREŞTI:
GK 23   Daniel Tudor
DF 3   Giani Kiriţă
DF 6   Bogdan Onuț
DF 30   Gabriel Tamaş   71'
MF 8   Florentin Petre (c)   92'
MF 21   Ştefan Grigorie   74'
MF 13   Dan Alexa
MF 25   Iulian Tameş
MF 16   Cornel Frăsineanu
FW 10   Ionel Dănciulescu
FW 24   Cosmin Bărcăuan
Substitutes:
DF 4   Ovidiu Burcă   71'
MF 9   Viorel Domocoş   74'
MF 18   Vlad Munteanu   92'
Manager:
  Ioan Andone
NAŢIONAL BUCUREŞTI:
GK 99   Bogdan Vintilă
DF 18   Cornel Buta
DF 4   Tiberiu Curt
DF 5   Flavius Moldovan
DF 20   Petre Marin (c)
MF 25   Stelian Carabaș   46'
MF 7   Dan Petrescu
MF 21   Adrian Olah
MF 28   Gigel Coman
FW 8   Gabriel Caramarin   89'
FW 11   Slaviša Mitrović
Substitutes:
FW 29   Sergiu Radu   46'
FW 9   Victoraş Iacob   89'
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Manager:
  Walter Zenga

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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