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1967–68 DFB-Pokal

1967–68 DFB-Pokal
Country West Germany West Germany
Teams 32
Champions 1. FC Köln
Runners-up VfL Bochum
Matches played 33
Goals scored 113 (3.42 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Hannes Löhr (5)

The DFB-Pokal 1967–68 was the 25th season of the competition. It began on 27 January 1968 and ended on 9 June 1968. 32 teams competed in the tournament of five rounds. In the final the 1. FC Köln defeated the VfL Bochum 4–1.[1]

Matches

First round

Second round

Replay

Quarterfinals

April 11, 1968
FC Bayern Munich 2 – 1 1. FC Nuremberg
Ohlhauser Goal 20'
Müller Goal 32'
report
(German)
Brungs Goal 2'

Attendance: 40.000
Referee: Willi Thier (Gelsenkirchen)
April 11, 1968
Borussia Dortmund 2 – 1 Hertha BSC
Wosab Goal 30'
Weber Goal 75'
report
(German)
Altendorff Goal 14'
Stadion Rote Erde, Dortmund
Attendance: 23.000
Referee: Horst Herden (Hamburg)
April 11, 1968
Eintracht Braunschweig 1 – 1 (a.e.t.) 1. FC Köln
Ulsaß Goal 92' report
(German)
Löhr Goal 110'

Attendance: 23.000
Referee: Ferdinand Biwersi (Bliesransbach)
April 11, 1968
VfL Bochum 2 – 0 Borussia Mönchengladbach
Balte Goal 11'
Böttcher Goal 35'
report
(German)
Stadion an der Castroper Straße, Bochum
Attendance: 32.000
Referee: Edgar Deuschel (Ludwigshafen)

Replay

April 23, 1968
1. FC Köln 2 – 1 Eintracht Braunschweig
Overath Goal 2'
Löhr Goal 24'
report
(German)
Ulsaß Goal 53'

Attendance: 40.000
Referee: Rudolf Kreitlein (Stuttgart)

Semifinals

May 3, 1968
1. FC Köln 3 – 0 Borussia Dortmund
Thielen Goal 11'
Löhr Goal 24'58'
report
(German)

Attendance: 53.000
Referee: Kurt Tschenscher (Mannheim)
May 15, 1968
VfL Bochum 2 – 1 FC Bayern Munich
Jansen Goal 5'
Balte Goal 56'
report
(German)
Ohlhauser Goal 90'
Stadion an der Castroper Straße, Bochum
Attendance: 40.000
Referee: Klaus Ohmsen (Hamburg)

Final

June 9, 1968
1. FC Köln 4 – 1 VfL Bochum
Jablonski Goal 22' (o.g.)
Rühl Goal 38'57'
Löhr Goal 70'
report
(German)
Böttcher Goal 37'
Südweststadion, Ludwigshafen
Attendance: 60.000
Referee: Karl Riegg (Augsburg)
1. FC KÖLN 01/07:
GK 1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milutin Šoškić
DF West Germany Fritz Pott
DF West Germany Matthias Hemmersbach
MF West Germany Heinz Flohe
MF West Germany Wolfgang Weber
MF West Germany Karl-Heinz Thielen
FW West Germany Carl-Heinz Rühl
FW West Germany Heinz Simmet
FW West Germany Hannes Löhr
FW West Germany Wolfgang Overath
FW West Germany Heinz Hornig
Substitutes:
 
Manager:
West Germany Willi Multhaup
VfL BOCHUM 1848 FG:
GK 1 West Germany Horst Christopeit (c)
DF 2 West Germany Gerd Wiesemes
DF 3 West Germany Dieter Versen
MF 4 West Germany Erich Schiller
MF 5 West Germany Heinz-Jürgen Blome
MF 6 West Germany Werner Jablonski
FW 7 West Germany Karl-Heinz Böttcher
FW 8 West Germany Gustav Eversberg
FW 9 West Germany Heinz Höher
FW 10 West Germany Hans-Jürgen Jansen Substituted off 61'
FW 11 West Germany Werner Balte
Substitutes:
MF West Germany Dieter Moritz Substituted in 61'
Manager:
West Germany Hermann Eppenhoff

References

External links

  • Official site of the DFB (German)
  • Kicker.de (German)
  • 1968 results at Fussballdaten.de (German)
  • 1968 results at Weltfussball.de (German)

See also

  • 1967–68 Fußball-Bundesliga

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