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The 2014–15 KNVB Cup is the 97th season of the Dutch national football knockout tournament. The competition began on 27 August 2014 with the matches of Round 1 and ended with the final on 3 May 2015. The winner qualified for the group stage of the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League.

2014–15 KNVB Cup
Country Netherlands
ChampionsFC Groningen
Runners-upPEC Zwolle
Top goal scorer(s)Poland Arkadiusz Milik (8 goals)

Contents

CalendarEdit

The calendar for the 2014–15 KNVB Cup was as follows.

Rounds Date
First round 27 August 2014
Second round 23–25 September 2014
Third round 28–30 October 2014
Fourth round 16–18 December 2014
Quarter-finals 27–29 January 2015
Semi-finals 7–9 April 2015
Final 3 May 2015

Source: Royal Dutch Football Association[1]

First roundEdit

Matches scheduled on 26 & 27 August 2014.

Tie no Home team Score Away team
1 Kozakken Boys (3) 7–0 Stormvogels 28 (6)
2 vv Capelle (3) 3–2 (a.e.t.) EHC Hoensbroek (5)
3 DOS'37 (5) 6–1 WAVV (6)
4 ZSV (6) 0–4 FC Lisse (3)
5 HBS Craeyenhout (3) 6–1 SV Juliana '31 (4)
6 FVC (4) 1–2 Sportlust '46 (5)
7 ADO '20 (3) 0–1 SVV Scheveningen (3)
8 IJsselmeervogels (3) 1–3 JVC Cuijk (3)
9 ASWH (4) 4–1 HSC '21 (3)
10 Ajax Zaterdag (3) 4–0 De Valk (4)
11 Deltasport (5) 1–0 RKSV Leonidas (3)
12 VV Oude Maas (6) 1–3 SV DOSKO (4)
13 WKE (3) 1–0 ZVV Pelikaan (5)
14 Flevo Boys (4) 6–2 Haaglandia (4)
15 BVV Barendrecht (3) 2–1 (a.e.t.) RKSV De Ster (6)
16 SC Feyenoord II (7) 2–4 (a.e.t.) ASV De Dijk (4)
17 MSC (4) 1–2 ONS Boso Sneek (3)
18 VV De Bataven (4) 1–3 SV Urk (4)
19 JOS Watergraafsmeer (4) 2–1 VV Noordwijk (4)
20 EVV (3) 4–0 SC Spirit '30 (6)
21 FC Lienden (3) 0–1 Excelsior Maassluis (3)

Second roundEdit

Matches scheduled on 23 & 24 September 2014.

Third roundEdit

The matches took place on 28, 29 and 30 October 2014.

Fourth roundEdit

The matches took place on 16, 17, 18 December 2014 and 20 January 2015.

Quarter-finalsEdit

Semi-finalsEdit

FinalEdit

PEC Zwolle0–2FC Groningen
Rusnák   64'75'
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Richard Liesveld

TriviaEdit

None of the Big Three managed to advance to the quarter-finals. This happened for only the fourth time in fifty years (after the 1974-75, 1981-82 and 2008-09 campaigns).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "PROGRAMMA BETAALD VOETBAL SEIZOEN 2014/'15 EREDIVISIE / JUPILER LEAGUE" [Schedule professional football 2014–15 season Eredivisie/Jupiler League] (PDF) (in Dutch). Zeist: Royal Dutch Football Association. 11 June 2014. Retrieved 12 June 2014.

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