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1984–85 KNVB Cup

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1984–85 KNVB Cup

1984–1985
Country Netherlands
Teams 64
Champions FC Utrecht
Runners-up Helmond Sport

The 67th edition of the KNVB Cup started on October 20, 1984. The final was played on June 6, 1985: FC Utrecht beat Helmond Sport 1–0 and won the cup for the first time. Replays were held if teams were tied after ninety minutes.

Teams

First round

The matches of the first round were played on October 20 and 21, 1984. The last six matches were played about one month later, on November 17 and 18.

Home team Result Away team
NAC E 2–0 AZ'67 E
VV Nieuw Lekkerland A 3–3 PEC Zwolle E
VV Noordwijk A 4–2 SC Veendam 1
Pax Hengelo A 1–7 HFC Haarlem E
RCH A 5–3 Dijka Steenwijk A
ROHDA Raalte A 0–0 FC Volendam E
VV Sliedrecht A 1–1 Excelsior E
SV Spakenburg A 1–1 SC Cambuur 1
De Treffers A 1–3 ACV A
Vitesse 1 1–0 Roda JC E
VV DOVO A 0–5 Ajax E
Kozakken Boys A 0–2 FC Den Bosch E
NSVV A 4–2 NEC 1
Rijnsburgse Boys A 4–1 SV De Valleivogels A
VV Caesar A 0–1 Zwolsche Boys A
VV Geldrop/AEK A 1–2 Sparta E
Home team Result Away team
AFC A 1–1 FC Wageningen 1
AFC '34 A 1–2 RBC 1
DETO A 7–0 RKSV Venlo A
VV Drachten A 1–2 Feyenoord E
FC Eindhoven 1 0–5 Fortuna Sittard E
USV Elinkwijk A 0–5 PSV E
FC Den Haag 1 2–1 SVV 1
FC Twente E 4–0 DS '79 1
VV Gilze A 0–4 sc Heerenveen 1 (at H'veen)
Go Ahead Eagles E 2–0 RKC 1
De Graafschap 1 2–0 Willem II 1
VV Heerjansdam A 3–2 FC Groningen E
Helmond Sport 1 2–0 SC Heracles 1
IJsselmeervogels A 1–4 FC VVV 1
TSV Longa A 1–6 FC Utrecht E (played at Utrecht)
MVV E 2–1 Telstar 1

E Eredivisie; 1 Eerste Divisie; A Amateur teams

Replays

Home team Result Away team
Excelsior 4–0 VV Sliedrecht
PEC Zwolle 3–1 VV Nieuw Lekkerland
SC Cambuur 3–1 SV Spakenburg
FC Volendam 2–0 ROHDA Raalte
FC Wageningen 3–2 AFC

Second round

The matches of the second round were played on November 17 and 18, 1984.

Home team Result Away team
PSV 11–0 Rijnsburgse Boys
RBC 1–2 FC Volendam
SC Cambuur 1–1 Vitesse
FC Wageningen 3–2 RCH
Ajax 6–0 VV Heerjansdam (on December 2011)
FC Den Bosch 2–0 FC VVV (on December 2011)
FC Utrecht 4–0 Zwolsche Boys (on February 6, 1985)
Sparta 5–1 NSVV (on February 6, 1985)
Home team Result Away team
FC Den Haag 0–2 Helmond Sport
FC Twente 8–0 De Graafschap
Feyenoord 1–2 Excelsior
Go Ahead Eagles 2–1 PEC Zwolle
HFC Haarlem 2–0 ACV
sc Heerenveen 1–3 Fortuna Sittard
MVV 5–0 VV Noordwijk
NAC 8–2 DETO

Replay

Home team Result Away team
Vitesse 2–0 SC Cambuur

Round of 16

The matches of the round of 16 were played on March 13, 1985.

Home team Result Away team
Ajax 1–1 PSV
Excelsior 0–0 MVV
FC Twente 2–2 FC Den Bosch
FC Utrecht 2–0 FC Volendam
Fortuna Sittard 0–3 Go Ahead Eagles
NAC 1–1 Helmond Sport
Sparta 2–1 HFC Haarlem
Vitesse 0–1 FC Wageningen

Replays

Home team Result Away team
FC Den Bosch 6–3 FC Twente
Helmond Sport (p) 3-3 NAC
MVV 2–0 Excelsior
PSV 2–0 Ajax

Quarter finals

The quarter finals were played on March 27, 1985.

Home team Result Away team
FC Den Bosch 1–2 Helmond Sport
MVV 1–1 PSV
Sparta 0–2 FC Utrecht
FC Wageningen 2–0 Go Ahead Eagles

Replay

Home team Result Away team
PSV 6–3 MVV

Semi-finals

The semi-finals were played on May 7, 1985.

Home team Result Away team
FC Utrecht 0–0 PSV
FC Wageningen 1–1 Helmond Sport

Replays

The replays were played on May 21 and 22, 1985.

Home team Result Away team
Helmond Sport 2–1 FC Wageningen
PSV 2–2 (p) FC Utrecht

Final

FC Utrecht 1–0 Helmond Sport
Van Loen '90 June 6, 1985
Utrecht

FC Utrecht would play in the Cup Winners' Cup.

See also

External links

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