2019–20 Austrian Cup

The 2019–20 Austrian Cup was the 89th edition of the national cup in Austrian football. The champions of the cup earn a place in the 2020–21 Europa League group stage.

2019–20 Austrian Cup
Country Austria
ChampionsRed Bull Salzburg
Runners-upAustria Lustenau
Matches played63
Goals scored286 (4.54 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Ronivaldo
(7 goals)
All statistics correct as of 29 May 2020.

Red Bull Salzburg were the defending champions after winning the competition in the previous season by defeating Rapid Wien in the final.[1] Times up to 26 October 2019 and from 29 March 2020 are CEST (UTC+2), and times from 27 October 2019 to 28 March 2020 are CET (UTC+1).

First roundEdit

Thirty–two first round matches were played between 19 and 21 July 2019.[2]

19 July 2019 USK Anif (3)1–4 Sturm Graz (1) Anif
18:30
  • Dicker   36'
Report
Stadium: Sportzentrum Anif
19 July 2019 ASK-BSC Bruck/Leitha (3)0–4 Ried (2) Bruck an der Leitha
19:30 Report
Stadium: Parkstadion Bruck
19 July 2019 FC Langenegg (3)1–4 Austria Klagenfurt (2) Langenegg
19:30
  • Bentele   21'
Report
Stadium: Sportplatz Fc Langenegg
19 July 2019 SK Treibach (4)1–2 WSG Wattens (1) Althofen
19:30
  • Vaschauner   90'
Report
Stadium: Turnerwald-Stadion
19 July 2019 ATSV Wolfsberg (3) 4–1ASK Elektra (4)Wolfsberg
20:00
  • Stoni   31'
  • Rupp   34'42'
  • Mehmedović   68'
Report
  • Chiorean   46'
Stadium: ATSV Arena
19 July 2019 TuS Bad Gleichenberg2–3 Vorwärts Steyr Bad Gleichenberg
20:00
  • Forjan   20'
  • Roßmann   64'
Report
  • Bibaku   32'
  • Roman   68'
  • Martinović   77'
Stadium: Bad Gleichenberg Arena
19 July 2019 ASK Ebreichsdorf 2–1 (a.e.t.)SV LafnitzWeigelsdorf
20:00
Report
Stadium: Sportzentrum Ebreichsdorf
19 July 2019 SV Hall1–5 FC Juniors OÖ Hall in Tirol
20:00
  • Buljubasic   82'
Report
  • Andy Reyes   44'45+1'51'
  • Cvetko   78'
  • Jelisic   86'
Stadium: Stadion Lend
19 July 2019 FC Kitzbühel0–7 Wacker Innsbruck Kitzbühel
20:00 Report
  • Şatin   2'52'
  • Yildirim   51'71'89'
  • Ibrisimovic   84'88'
Stadium: Sportplatz Langau
19 July 2019 FC Gleisdorf 09 4–0ASV DraßburgGleisdorf
20:30
  • Gräfischer   10'
  • Domini Weiss   64'76'86'
Report Stadium: Solarstadion der Stadt Gleisdorf
19 July 2019 SV Seekirchen 19451–4 SKU Amstetten Seekirchen am Wallersee
20:30
  • Neuhofer   44'
Report
Stadium: Sportzentrum Seekirchen
19 July 2019 Union Gurten 1–0FC Zell am SeeGurten
20:30
  • Matijašević   18'
Report Stadium: Park21-Arena Gurten
19 July 2019 Wiener SC2–6 Dornbirn 1913 Wien
20:30
  • Dimov   90+1'
  • Josic   90+3'
Report
  • Allgäuer   1'
  • E. Shabani   35'
  • Prirsch   50'
  • Ygor   64'87'
  • Mujić   84'
Stadium: Sportclub-Platz
19 July 2019 FC Mauerwerk1–2 FC Marchfeld Donauauen Traiskirchen
21:00
Report
Stadium: Sport- und Freizeitzentrum Traiskirchen
19 July 2019 SC-ESV Parndorf 19191–7 Red Bull Salzburg Parndorf
21:30
Report
Stadium: Heidebodenstadion
20 July 2019 St. Anna 1–0 SC Kalsdorf Aigen
13:00
  • Weissenbrunner   8' (o.g.)
Report Stadium: Bollwerk-Arena
20 July 2019 FC Wolfurt0–3 Floridsdorfer AC Wolfurt
18:00 Report
Stadium: Sportplatz Wolfurt
20 July 2019 ASKÖ Köttmannsdorf0–9 Austria Wien Köttmannsdorf
18:30 Report
Stadium: Sportplatz ASKÖ Köttmannsdorf
20 July 2019 SV Gloggnitz1–2 SKN St. Pölten Gloggnitz
18:30
  • Prenner   57'
Report
Stadium: Alpenstadion
20 July 2019 SC Pinkafeld0–10 SV Mattersburg Pinkafeld
18:30 Report
Stadium: Sportplatz Pinkafeld
20 July 2019 SC Wiener Viktoria 2–2 (a.e.t.)
(5–3 p)
TSV HartbergWien
18:30
  • Leimhofer   66'70'
Report
Stadium: Sportplatz WAF Gruabn
Penalties
20 July 2019 ATSV Stadl-Paura0–5 SC Austria Lustenau Stadl-Paura
19:00 Report
Stadium: Licht & Planung Arena Stadl-Paura
20 July 2019 WSC Hertha Wels 1–0VfB HohenemsWels
19:00
Report Stadium: Mauth Stadion
20 July 2019 FC Kufstein1–6 SC Rheindorf Altach Kufstein
19:30
  • M'Baye   35'
Report
Stadium: Kufstein-Arena
20 July 2019 SAK Klagenfurt0–9 Wolfsberger AC Klagenfurt am Wörthersee
19:30 Report
Stadium: Sportplatz Welzenegg
20 July 2019 Union Edelweiß Linz0–5 FC Admira Wacker Mödling Linz
20:00 Report
Stadium: Unionplatz
20 July 2019 SV Leobendorf0–5 FC Blau-Weiß Linz Leobendorf
20:00 Report
Stadium: Sportplatz Leobendorf
20 July 2019 FCM Traiskirchen1–5 SV Horn Traiskirchen
20:00
  • Linhart   50'
Report
  • Kara   9'34'
  • Toth   16'
  • Faletar   80'
  • Hausjell   89'
Stadium: Sport- und Freizeitzentrum Traiskirchen
20 July 2019 UVB Vöcklamarkt2–6 LASK Linz Vöcklamarkt
20:00
Report
Stadium: Sportzentrum Union Volksbank Vöcklamarkt
20 July 2019 SC Neusiedl am See 19191–6 Grazer AK Parndorf
21:30
  • Wodicka   44'
Report
  • Rosenberger   20'49'
  • Rother   28'
  • Gantschnig   56'
  • Schellnegger   60'
  • Nutz   70'
Stadium: Heidebodenstadion
21 July 2019 SV Allerheiligen1–9 SK Rapid Wien Allerheiligen bei Wildon
18:15
  • Bernsteiner   79'
Report
Stadium: Sportanlage Allerheiligen
21 July 2019 SC Schwaz1–3 Kapfenberger SV Schwaz
19:00
  • Kuen   71'
Report
Stadium: Silberstadt Arena Schwaz


Second roundEdit

Sixteen second round matches were played between 24 and 25 September 2019.[3]

24 September 2019 Grazer AK1–2 Wacker Innsbruck Graz
12:45
Report
Stadium: Liebenauer Stadium
24 September 2019 ASK Ebreichsdorf 2–1FC Admira Wacker MödlingWeigelsdorf
13:00
Report
Stadium: Sportzentrum Ebreichsdorf
24 September 2019 Union Gurten 2–0SV HornGurten
13:00
Report Stadium: Park21-Arena Gurten
24 September 2019 FC Gleisdorf 09 3–0FC Juniors OÖGleisdorf
13:00
Report Stadium: Solarstadion der Stadt Gleisdorf
24 September 2019 St. Anna 2–0Dornbirn 1913Aigen
13:30
Report Stadium: Bollwerk-Arena
24 September 2019 FC Marchfeld Donauauen1–2 Kapfenberger SV Mannsdorf
13:30
Report
Stadium: Aulandstadion
24 September 2019 SKU Amstetten 4–1 (a.e.t.)FC Blau-Weiß LinzAmstetten
13:30
Report
Stadium: Ertl Glas Stadion
24 September 2019 SKN St. Pölten 2–1SV MattersburgSt. Pölten
14:45
Report
Stadium: NV Arena
25 September 2019 SC Wiener Viktoria1–4 LASK Linz Wien
12:30
Report
Stadium: Sportplatz WAF Gruabn
25 September 2019 Austria Klagenfurt2–4 (a.e.t.) Sturm Graz Klagenfurt am Wallersee
12:30
Report
Stadium: Karawankenblick Stadion
25 September 2019 WSG Swarovski Tirol 5–2FK Austria WienWattens
12:30
Report
Stadium: Gernot Langes Stadion
25 September 2019 ATSV Wolfsberg0–6 Wolfsberger AC Wolfsberg
13:00 Report
Stadium: ATSV Arena
25 September 2019 WSC Hertha Wels1–4 SC Rheindorf Altach Wels
13:00
Report
Stadium: Mauth Stadion
25 September 2019 Vorwärts Steyr3–4 Ried Steyr
13:00
Report
Stadium: EK Kammerhofer Arena
25 September 2019 SK Rapid Wien1–2 (a.e.t.) Red Bull Salzburg Wien
14:45
Report
Stadium: Allianz Stadion

Third roundEdit

Eight third round matches were played between 29 and 30 October 2019.

29 October 2019 SKN St. Pölten 1–0RiedSankt Pölten
17:00
Report Stadium: NV Arena
Attendance: 2,069
Referee: Andreas Heiß
29 October 2019 St. Anna0–3 SKU Amstetten Aigen
18:00 Report
Stadium: Bollwerk-Arena
Attendance: 600
Referee: Thomas Fröhlacher
29 October 2019 Union Gurten2–3 SC Austria Lustenau Gurten
18:00
Report
Stadium: Park21-Arena
Attendance: 850
Referee: Arnes Talić
29 October 2019 FC Gleisdorf 091–4 (a.e.t.) WSG Swarovski Tirol Gleisdorf
18:00
Report
Stadium: Solarstadion der Stadt Gleisdorf
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Dieter Muckenhammer
29 October 2019 Kapfenberger SV0–2 Sturm Graz Kapfenberg
19:30 Report
Stadium: Franz Fekete Stadium
Attendance: 6,450
Referee: René Eisner
30 October 2019 ASK Ebreichsdorf0–5 Red Bull Salzburg Ebreichsdorf
17:00 Report
Stadium: Sportzentrum Ebreichsdorf
Attendance: 3,100
Referee: Josef Spurny
30 October 2019 Wacker Innsbruck 1–0Wolfsberger ACInnsbruck
18:00
Report Stadium: Tivoli
Attendance: 1,736
Referee: Stefan Ebner
30 October 2019 LASK Linz 3–1SC Rheindorf AltachPasching
19:30
Report
Stadium: Waldstadion
Attendance: 4,127
Referee: Sebastian Gishamer

Quarter-finalsEdit

The quarter-final matches were played between 7 and 9 February 2020.

7 February 2020 SKN St. Pölten3–3 (a.e.t.)
(3–5 p)
Wacker Innsbruck Sankt Pölten
18:00
Report
Stadium: NV Arena
Attendance: 2,687
Referee: Christopher Jäger
Penalties
8 February 2020 LASK Linz 2–0Sturm GrazPasching
18:00
Report Stadium: Waldstadion
Attendance: 9,153
Referee: Walter Altmann
8 February 2020 SC Austria Lustenau 2–2 (a.e.t.)
(5–4 p)
WSG Swarovski TirolLustenau
15:00
Report
Stadium: Reichshofstadion
Attendance: 1,800
Referee: Sebastian Gishamer
Penalties
9 February 2020 SKU Amstetten0–3 Red Bull Salzburg Amstetten
18:00 Report
Stadium: Ertl Glas Stadion
Attendance: 2,800
Referee: Christian-Petru Ciochirca

Semi-finalsEdit

The semi-final matches were played on 4 and 5 March 2020.

4 March 2020 SC Austria Lustenau 1–0Wacker InnsbruckLustenau
18:00 Ronivaldo   43' (pen.) Report Stadium: Reichshofstadion
Attendance: 5,300
Referee: Dieter Muckenhammer
5 March 2020 Red Bull Salzburg 1–0LASK LinzWals-Siezenheim
20:45 Hwang   50' Report Stadium: Stadion Wals-Siezenheim
Attendance: 10,021
Referee: Robert Schörgenhofer

FinalEdit

Red Bull Salzburg5–0SC Austria Lustenau
Szoboszlai   19'
Stumberger   21' (o.g.)
Okafor   53'
Ashimeru   65'
Koïta   79'
Report
GK 1   Cican Stankovic
RB 5   Albert Vallci   75'
CB 15   André Ramalho
CB 39   Maximilian Wöber   78'
LB 17   Andreas Ulmer (c)   86'
CM 4   Majeed Ashimeru
CM 16   Zlatko Junuzović   68'
RM 77   Noah Okafor   68'
LM 14   Dominik Szoboszlai
CF 20   Patson Daka   78'
CF 9   Hwang Hee-chan
Substitutes:
GK 31   Carlos Miguel Coronel
DF 6   Jérôme Onguéné   78'
DF 25   Patrick Farkas   86'
MF 28   Antoine Bernède   68'
FW 7   Sékou Koïta   68'
FW 8   Mërgim Berisha
FW 27   Karim Adeyemi   78'
Manager:
  Jesse Marsch
GK 98   Florian Eres
RB 29   Michael Lageder
CB 24   Sebastian Feyrer
CB 5   Dominik Stumberger   15'
LB 18   Christian Schilling
DM 16   Christoph Freitag   51'
RM 55   Thomas Mayer   55'
CM 33   Daniel Tiefenbach   38'   55'
CM 23   Pius Grabher   62'
LM 14   Alexander Ranacher
CF 9   Ronivaldo (c)
Substitutes:
GK 77   Marcel Stumberger
DF 26   Darijo Grujčić
MF 10   Daniel Steinwender   62'
MF 20   Wallace   55'
FW 11   Lukas Katnik   55'
FW 22   Bojan Avramović
FW 99   Andy Reyes
Manager:
  Roman Mählich

Match rules

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Seven named substitutes, of which up to four may be used.

Top goalscorersEdit

As of 29 May 2020
Rank Player Club Goals
1   Ronivaldo SC Austria Lustenau 7
2   Daniel Maderner SKU Amstetten 5
  Dominik Weiss FC Gleisdorf 09
  Shon Weissman Wolfsberger AC
5   Erling Haaland Red Bull Salzburg 4
  Murat Satin Wacker Innsbruck
  Kelvin Yeboah WSG Swarovski Tirol
  Ertugrul Yıldırım Wacker Innsbruck
9 9 players 3

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Salzburg vs. Rapid Wien". soccerway.com. Soccerway. 1 May 2019. Retrieved 10 February 2020.
  2. ^ "Summary - Cup - Austria - First round". soccerway.com. Soccerway. Retrieved 10 February 2020.
  3. ^ "Summary - Cup - Austria - Second round". soccerway.com. Soccerway. Retrieved 10 February 2020.

External linksEdit