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1989-90 KNVB Cup

1989–1990
Country Netherlands
Teams 64
Champions PSV
Runners-up Vitesse

The 72nd edition of the KNVB Cup started on September 2, 1989. The final was played on April 25, 1990: PSV beat Vitesse 1–0 and won the cup for the sixth time.

Teams

First round

The matches of the first round were played on September 2 and 3, 1989.

Home team Result Away team
HSC '21 A 0–2 Willem II E
IJsselmeervogels A 1–5 FC Den Haag E (at FC Den Haag)
Kozakken Boys A 1–4 SC Heerenveen 1
SV Limburgia A 1–3 (aet) Helmond Sport 1
SV Marken A 0–3 De Graafschap 1
RCH A 0–5 Telstar 1
VV Rheden A 0–6 Sparta E
Rijnsburgse Boys A 1–4 FC Wageningen 1
SC Genemuiden A 2–4 VVV 1
SV Spakenburg A 2–0 SC Heracles 1
TOP Oss A 3–4 Excelsior 1
SV Venray A 3–2 (aet) AZ 1
WHC A 1–4 Veendam 1
Home team Result Away team
Achilles 1894 A 3–3 (p: 4-3) Cambuur Leeuwarden 1
ACV A 0–4 NAC Breda 1
ADO '20 A 0–1 FC Eindhoven 1
AFC A 2–2 (p: 2-4) Vitesse E
AGOVV Apeldoorn A 3–5 PEC Zwolle 1
RKSV Babberich A 1–2 MVV E
Blauw-Wit A 1–2 NEC E
SV de Valleivogels A 1–3 FC Emmen 1
DHC Delft A 0–4 RKC Waalwijk E
DOS Kampen A 1–10 FC Utrecht E
DOVO A 1–1 (p: 2-4) Go Ahead Eagles 1
RKSV Halsteren A 3–1 DS '79 1
VV Heerjansdam A 0–5 SVV 1
VV Hoogeveen A 1–2 RBC 1

E Eredivisie; 1 Eerste Divisie; A Amateur teams

Intermediary Round

There was only room for 32 teams in the next round, so this intermediary round was held on October 4, 1989.

Home team Result Away team
Go Ahead Eagles 1–2 Telstar
MVV 1–2 FC Wageningen
RBC 0–4 FC Den Haag
SV Spakenburg 3–2 De Graafschap
Sparta 2–3 (aet) Helmond Sport

Second round

The matches of the second round were played on December 8, 9, 10 and 13 1989. The ten highest ranked Eredivisie teams from last season entered the tournament this round.

Home team Result Away team
PEC Zwolle 0–1 Willem II
PSV E 3–0 Veendam
SVV 5–1 Telstar
FC Wageningen 1–0 FC Utrecht
Achilles 1894 0–2 FC Volendam E
FC Eindhoven 0–4 Ajax E
SV Spakenburg 0–4 Feyenoord E (at Rotterdam)
SV Venray 1–4 Roda JC E (on Dec. 13) [1]
Home team Result Away team
BVV Den Bosch E 1–0 (aet) VVV
FC Emmen 2–2 (p: 3-2) RKC Waalwijk
FC Den Haag 2–3 FC Groningen E
FC Twente E 2–1 Helmond Sport
Fortuna Sittard E 1–1 (p: 5-3) sc Heerenveen
HFC Haarlem E 0–3 Vitesse Arnhem
RKSV Halsteren 2–1 (aet) NAC Breda
NEC 2–1 Excelsior

E ten Eredivisie entrants

Round of 16

The matches of the round of 16 were played on January 13 and 14, 1990.

Home team Result Away team
FC Emmen 1–0 NEC
FC Twente 0–2 Ajax
SVV 0–4 Roda JC
Vitesse 1–0 FC Groningen
FC Volendam 6–0 RKSV Halsteren
FC Wageningen 0–1 Fortuna Sittard
PSV 2–1 Feyenoord (on Jan. 17)
Willem II 1–0 BVV Den Bosch (on Feb. 7)

Quarter finals

The quarter finals were played on February 14, 1990.

Home team Result Away team
Fortuna Sittard 0–1 Ajax
PSV 4–0 FC Emmen
Roda JC 1–1 (p) Vitesse
FC Volendam 0–1 Willem II

Semi-Finals

The semi-finals were played on March 14, 1990.

Home team Result Away team
PSV 2–2 (p: 4-2) Ajax
Vitesse 3–0 Willem II

Final

PSV 1–0 Vitesse
Valckx (p) 75' April 25, 1990
Stadion Feijenoord
Referee: Jaap Uilenberg

PSV would participate in the Cup Winners' Cup.

See also

References

External links

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