2019 Moroccan Throne Cup

The 2019 Moroccan Throne Cup was the 63rd staging of the Moroccan Throne Cup, the main knockout football tournament in Morocco. TAS de Casablanca became the champions by beating Hassania Agadir with 2–1 in the final.[1] For the first time in the history of the tournament, VAR was used (only from the semi-finals onwards).[2]

Coupe du Trône
CountryMorocco
ChampionsTAS de Casablanca (1st title)
Runners-upHassania Agadir
2018

Fourth roundEdit

The fourth round was played on 4 May 2019.[3]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
COD Meknès 4–5 AS Salé
KAC Kénitra 1–2 Ittihad Khemisset
Union de Touarga 2–0 MAS Fez
Olympique Dcheira 5–0 Raja Agadir
Raja Beni Mellal 2–1 Ittifaq Marrakech
Wydad de Fès 2–0 Chabab Mrirt
Racing de Casablanca 2–1 Club Rachad Bernoussi
Stade Marocain 1–1 (3–4 p) US Musulmane d'Oujda
Union Sidi Kacem 0–3 SCC Mohammédia
TAS de Casablanca 2–0 JS Massira
Chabab Atlas Khénifra 2–1 Wydad Témara
Club Salmi 1–1 (3–0 p) Olympique Phosboucraa
JS de Kasbah Tadla 2–1 Olympique Youssoufia
Chabab Ben Guerir 1–1 (5–6 p) Nasma Sportif Settat
Nahdat Zemamra 6–0 Mouloudia Dakhla
Wafa Sportif Driouch 0–1 Fath Wislan

Final phaseEdit

Qualified teamsEdit

16 teams of 2018–19 Botola

10 teams of 2018–19 Botola 2

4 teams of 2018–19 Division Nationale

2 teams of 2018–19 Championnat du Maroc Amateurs I

BracketEdit

Draw of the 201819 Morrocan Throne Cup final phase

 
Round of 32Round of 16Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
                  
 
 
 
 
Wydad Casablanca1
 
 
 
AS FAR 3
 
AS FAR0
 
 
 
Difaâ El Jadidi1
 
Olympic Safi0
 
 
 
Difaâ El Jadidi1
 
Difaâ El Jadidi3
 
 
 
Chabab Atlas Khénifra0
 
Chabab Atlas Khénifra2 (5)
 
 
 
RSB Berkane2 (4)
 
Chabab Atlas Khénifra2
 
 
 
Nahdat Zemamra1
 
Raja Casablanca2
 
 
 
Nahdat Zemamra3
 
Difaâ El Jadidi0
 
 
 
TAS de Casablanca (a.e.t.)1
 
TAS de Casablanca3
 
 
 
Kawkab Marrakech1
 
TAS de Casablanca2
 
 
 
Olympique Dcheira1
 
Olympique Dcheira1 (4)
 
 
 
Olympique Khouribga1 (3)
 
TAS de Casablanca4
 
 
 
Ittihad Khemisset2
 
Union de Touarga3
 
 
 
Wydad de Fès2
 
Union de Touarga0
 
 
 
Ittihad Khemisset1
 
US Musulmane d'Oujda2 (1)
 
 
 
Ittihad Khemisset2 (3)
 
TAS de Casablanca2
 
 
 
Hassania Agadir1
 
Chabab Rif Hoceima1
 
 
 
IR Tanger3
 
IR Tanger (a.e.t.)1
 
 
 
FUS Rabat0
 
FUS Rabat1
 
 
 
Mouloudia Oujda0
 
IR Tanger0
 
 
 
Hassania Agadir (a.e.t.)1
 
Hassania Agadir1
 
 
 
Youssoufia Berrechid0
 
Hassania Agadir1
 
 
 
AS Salé0
 
AS Salé2
 
 
 
Fath Ouislane0
 
Hassania Agadir3
 
 
 
Moghreb Tétouan0
 
Moghreb Tétouan1
 
 
 
SCC Mohammédia0
 
Moghreb Tétouan1 (4)
 
 
 
Racing de Casablanca1 (3)
 
Racing de Casablanca2
 
 
 
Raja Beni Mellal1
 
Moghreb Tétouan4
 
 
 
Rapide Oued Zem1
 
Rapide Oued Zem3
 
 
 
JS de Kasbah Tadla0
 
Rapide Oued Zem2
 
 
 
Club Salmi0
 
Nasma Sportif Settat1 (3)
 
 
Club Salmi1 (4)
 

Round of 32Edit

The Round of 32 matches were played on 30 and 31 August 2019, 1 and 24 September 2019.[4]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Chabab Atlas Khénifra (5–4 p) 2–2 RSB Berkane
US Musulmane d'Oujda 2–2 (1–3 p) Ittihad Khemisset
Wydad Casablanca 1–3 AS FAR
FUS Rabat 1–0 Mouloudia Oujda
AS Salé 2–0 Fath Ouislane
Moghreb Tétouan 1–0 SCC Mohammédia
Union de Touarga 3–2 Wydad de Fès
Chabab Rif Hoceima 1–3 IR Tanger
Olympic Safi 0–1 Difaâ El Jadidi
Nasma Sportif Settat 1–1 (3–4 p) Club Salmi
Raja Casablanca 2–3 Nahdat Zemamra
TAS de Casablanca 3–1 Kawkab Marrakech
Rapide Oued Zem 3–0 JS de Kasbah Tadla
Racing de Casablanca 2–1 Raja Beni Mellal
Hassania Agadir 1–0 Youssoufia Berrechid
Olympique Dcheira (4–3 p) 1–1 Olympique Khouribga

Round of 16Edit

The Round of 16 matches were played on 25, 27 September and 2 October 2019.[5]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
AS FAR 0–1 Difaâ El Jadidi
IR Tanger (a.e.t.) 1–0 FUS Rabat
TAS de Casablanca 2–1 Olympique Dcheira
Moghreb Tétouan (4–3 p) 1–1 Racing de Casablanca
Rapide Oued Zem 2–0 Club Salmi
Union de Touarga 0–1 Ittihad Khemisset
Hassania Agadir 1–0 AS Salé
Chabab Atlas Khénifra 2–1 Nahdat Zemamra

Quarter-finalsEdit

The quarter-finals were played on 22, 23 and 24 October 2019.[6]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Difaâ El Jadidi 3–0 Chabab Atlas Khénifra
TAS de Casablanca 4–2 Ittihad Khemisset
IR Tanger 0–1 (a.e.t.) Hassania Agadir
Moghreb Tétouan 4–1 Rapide Oued Zem

Semi-finalsEdit

The semi-finals were played on 9 and 10 November 2019.[7]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Difaâ El Jadidi 0–1 (a.e.t.) TAS de Casablanca
Hassania Agadir 3–0 Moghreb Tétouan

FinalEdit

TAS de Casablanca2–1Hassania Agadir
  • Ossama El Melioui   17', 75' (pen.)

ReferencesEdit

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