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1913 Copa del Rey

The 1913 Copa del Rey were two different competitions held the same year.

Due to disagreements between the Barcelona). Both are currently recognized as official by the RFEF.

Copa FEF

1913 Copa FEF
Country Spain
Teams 5
Champions Racing de Irún
Runners-up Athletic de Bilbao
Matches played 5
Goals scored 10 (2 per match)

The competition started on March 16, 1913 and concluded on March 23, 1913 with the Final, held at the O'Donell, Madrid, in which Racing de Irún lifted the trophy for the first time ever with a 1-0 victory over Athletic Bilbao.

Preliminary Round

March 16, 1913
España FC 1–0 Vigo FC

Semifinals

Final

March 22, 1913
Racing de Irún 2–2
(a.e.t.)
Athletic de Bilbao
Patricio
Retegui
Pichichi
Belauste II
Estadio O'Donnell, Madrid
Referee: Rodríguez

Replay

March 23, 1913
15:30 (EST)
Racing de Irún 1–0 Athletic de Bilbao
Retegui
Estadio O'Donnell, Madrid
Referee: Manuel Prast
Copa del Rey 1913 winners
Racing de Irún
1st title

Copa UECF

1913 Copa UEFC
Country Spain
Teams 3
Champions FC Barcelona
Runners-up Real Sociedad
Matches played 3
Goals scored 7 (2.33 per match)

Three teams were going to take part in the tournament, but Pontevedra CF withdrew before the start of the tournament.

Final

First leg

March 16, 1913
Real Sociedad 2–2 FC Barcelona
Arrillaga
Artola  89'
Forns
Apolinario
Camp de la Indústria, Barcelona
Referee: Manuel Prast

Second leg

Replay

23 March 1913
FC Barcelona 2–1 Real Sociedad
Berdié
R.Rodríguez
 pen.' Rezola
Camp de la Indústria, Barcelona
Referee: Angosto
Copa del Rey 1913 Winners
FC Barcelona
3rd title

References

External links

  • rsssf.com
  • (Spanish) linguasport.com
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