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The KNVB Cup 2006–07 started on August 26, 2006. It was the 89th time the tournament was held. The final was held on May 6, 2007 at the Feyenoord Stadion in Rotterdam. The match between defending Cup winners Ajax and 3-time winners AZ finished 1–1 after regular time and after extra time. Ajax went on to win 8–7 on penalties and received the cup for the seventeenth time.

2006–2007
CountryNetherlands
Teams88
Defending championsAjax
ChampionsAjax
Runners-upAZ

Contents

TeamsEdit

First roundEdit

Only amateur clubs from the hoofdklasse and below participated in this round.

August 26, 2006
FC Zutphen 0–4 Achilles '29
De Treffers 3–2 VV Katwijk
Türkiyemspor 5–1 SV Spakenburg
DOTO 1–0 GVVV
IJsselmeervogels 3–0 JVC 31
WHC 2–0 VV Gemert
Alkmaarsche Boys 0–1 Flevo Boys
Excelsior 31 3–1 VV Geldrop
O.N.S. Sneek 4–0 VV Appingedam
Harkemase Boys 0–4 SV Argon
VV Bennekom 1–0 ADO 20
Sparta Nijkerk 2–1 USV Elinkwijk
Caesar 0–0 (p: 8-9) VVOG
UDI 19 0–1 SC Genemuiden
RKSV Schijndel 2–0 ACV
Oisterwijk 0–2 HHC Hardenberg
Kozakken Boys 3–0 Roda Boys
SV Meerssen 1–1 (p: 7-6) Quick Boys
FC Lisse 2–2 (p: 3-5) EVV
TONEGIDO 0–5 Be Quick '28
ASWH 5–1 WSV
HSC 21 3–0 VV Spijkenisse
Ter Leede 4–2 FC Omniworld (amateurs)
Babberich 1–1 (p: 4-5) Rjinsburgse Boys

Second roundEdit

The professional clubs from the Eredivisie and Eerste Divisie and the two youth teams entered the tournament this round.

September 19, 20 and 21 2006
Achilles '29 A 0–0 (p: 4-3) FC Volendam 1
Flevo Boys A 0–2 Willem II E
Sparta Nijkerk A 1–6 HFC Haarlem 1
FC Emmen 1 1–0 FC Zwolle 1
RBC Roosendaal 1 3–1 Helmond Sport 1
Excelsior '31 A 0–1 Go Ahead Eagles 1
HSC '21 A 3–4 FC Den Bosch 1
ASWH A 4–2 (aet) Cambuur Leeuwarden 1
SC Genemuiden A 3–2 (aet) FC Omniworld 1
Ter Leede A 1–2 (aet) Stormvogels Telstar 1
FC Utrecht E 1–0 AGOVV Apeldoorn 1
Rijnsburgse Boys A 1–0 Fortuna Sittard 1
FC Eindhoven 1 3–2 (aet) Heracles Almelo E
IJsselmeervogels A 2–4 NAC Breda E
De Graafschap 1 3–1 VVV-Venlo 1
HHC Hardenberg A 1–4 MVV 1
SV Argon A 1–3 Vitesse Arnhem E
Kozakken Boys A 0–2 PSV E
FC Groningen E 2–1 TOP Oss 1
DOTO A 1–7 FC Twente E
Türkiyemspor A 1–6 ADO Den Haag E
Be Quick '28 A 4–1 VVOG A
ONS Sneek A 0–2 Young AZ
Young RKC Waalwijk 2–5 Ajax E
EVVA 0–2 NEC E
De Treffers A 2–6 Sparta E
SV Meerssen A 6–3 (aet) WHC A
sc Heerenveen E 0–2 Roda JC E
BV Veendam 1 2–3 Feyenoord E
RKSV Schijndel A 0–1 (aet) Excelsior E
RKC Waalwijk E 3–2 FC Dordrecht 1
VV Bennekom A 0–10 AZ E

E Eredivisie; 1 Eerste Divisie; A Amateur teams

Third roundEdit

From round of 16 to finalEdit

 
Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
23 January
 
 
Willem II4
 
28 February
 
De Graafschap2
 
Willem II0
 
24 January
 
Ajax2
 
Ajax4
 
18 April
 
HFC Haarlem0
 
Ajax3
 
24 January
 
RKC Waalwijk1
 
Sparta2 (2)
 
28 February
 
RKC Waalwijk2 (3)
 
RKC Waalwijk1
 
25 January
 
Roda JC0
 
Roda JC2
 
6 May – Rotterdam
 
Young AZ1
 
Ajax1(p)
 
24 January
 
AZ1
 
FC Utrecht1
 
28 February
 
RBC Roosendaal0
 
FC Utrecht1
 
23 January
 
AZ2
 
AZ5
 
19 April
 
MVV0
 
AZ6
 
24 January
 
NAC Breda0
 
FC Twente1
 
28 February
 
NAC Breda2
 
NAC Breda3
 
25 January
 
PSV0
 
PSV3
 
 
Go Ahead Eagles2
 

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

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