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2006–07 Copa del Rey

2006–07 Copa del Rey
Country Spain
Champions Sevilla
Runners-up Getafe
Top goal scorer(s) Daniel Güiza (6)

The Copa del Rey 2006–07 is the 105th staging of the Copa del Rey.

The competition started on August 30, 2006 and concluded on June 23, 2007 with the Final, held at the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid, in which Sevilla FC lifted the trophy for the first time since 1948 with a 1–0 victory over Getafe CF.


  • First round 1
  • Second round 2
  • Third round 3
  • Knock-out rounds 4
  • Semi finals 5
    • First leg 5.1
    • Second leg 5.2
  • Final 6
  • TV Rights 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

First round

August 30, 2006
CD Lugo 2–0 Gimnástica de Torrelavega
Santa Eulàlia 2–1 CD Eldense
Alicante CF 0–1 UE Lleida
Badalona 2–0 Villajoyosa CF
Benidorm CD 1–0 UDA Gramenet
Girona FC 0–4 Orihuela CF
Granada CF 1–2 Racing Club Portuense
Sestao River Club 0–1 Burgos CF
SD Eibar 2–1 Real Oviedo
Rayo Vallecano 4–1 Pontevedra CF
Universidad de Las Palmas 0–0 (4–3 PP) UD Fuerteventura
UD Puertollano 4–1 (AET) AD Parla
Gimnástica Segoviana 2–0 Universidad de Oviedo
Real Unión 3–2 AD Fundación Logroñés
Peña Sport FC 2–1 UE Sant Andreu
UD Barbastro 0–0 (5–4 pp) Terrassa FC
CD Linares 2–1 Córdoba CF
Écija Balompié 2–1 CF Villanovense

Second round

September 20, 2006
Eibar 1–0 Águilas
U. de Las Palmas 1–0 Santa Eulàlia
Lugo 0–0 (0–3 PP) Rayo Vallecano
Alcoyano 2–1 Benidorm
Badalona 3–0 Racing de Ferrol
Badajoz 1–5 Linares
Burgos 3–2 Orihuela
Peña Sport 2–0 Barbastro
Écija 3–0 Real Unión
Puertollano 0–0 (4–3 PP) Lleida
Segoviana 3–1 Cartagena
Portuense 2–0 Fuenlabrada
Elche 1–0 Ponferradina
Lorca 0–1 Real Valladolid
Xerez 3–0 Albacete
Vecindario 0–1 Hércules
Numancia 1–1 (2–4 PP) Polideportivo Ejido
Salamanca 0–1 Almería
Real Murcia 0–1 Las Palmas
Cádiz 3–2 Sporting de Gijón
Tenerife 1–2 Alavés
Málaga CF 2–1 Ciudad de Murcia

Third round

October 4, 2006
Écija 0–0 (5–4 PP) Eibar
Badalona 1–1 (7–6 PP) Universidad de Las Palmas
Rayo Vallecano 0–0 (5–4 PP) Puertollano
Elche 0–1 Real Valladolid
Burgos 1–1 (2–2 AET, 5–6 PP) Segoviana
Hércules 2–0 Las Palmas
Almería 0–0 (4–5 PP) Málaga
Polideportivo Ejido 1–1 (4–5 PP) Alavés
Castellón 1–0 Cádiz
Peña Sport 2–0 Alcoyano
Portuense 1–0 (AET) Linares

Knock-out rounds

Team listed first home in first leg

* Match abandoned after 57 minutes at 0–1 due to injury of Sevilla coach Juande Ramos; remainder of the game played on March 18 at the Coliseum, Getafe.

Semi finals

First leg

All times CEST.
Barcelona 5–2 Getafe
Deportivo 0–3 Sevilla

April 18
Barcelona 5–2 Getafe
Xavi Goal 18'
Messi Goal 29'45'
Guðjohnsen Goal 63'
Eto'o Goal 74'
(Report) Güiza Goal 58'
Nacho Goal 60'

April 19
Deportivo 0–3 Sevilla
(Report) Kanouté Goal 12'
Navas Goal 14'
Luís Fabiano Goal 90+1' (pen.)

Second leg

Sevilla 2–0 Deportivo Agg:5-0
Getafe 4–0 Barcelona Agg:6-5

Sevilla 5–0 Deportivo on aggregate

May 10
Getafe 4–0 Barcelona
Casquero Goal 37'
Güiza Goal 43'73'
Dorado Goal 70'

Getafe 6–5 Barcelona on aggregate


June 23, 2007
Sevilla 1–0 Getafe
Kanouté Goal 11' (Report)
Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid
Attendance: 80,000[1]
Referee: Rodríguez Santiago (Castile and León)[2]
Copa del Rey 2006–07 Winners
4th Title

TV Rights


  1. ^ El Sevilla cierra la mejor temporada de su historia con la Copa del Rey
  2. ^ Compañero infatigable de la gloria, Sevilla FC

External links

  • Copa del Rey 2006/2007 Official Website

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