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1992–93 Coppa Italia

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1992–93 Coppa Italia

The winners of the 1992–93 Coppa Italia, the major domestic tournament in Italian football, are listed below.

First round

Second round

Third round


First leg

Second leg


First leg

9 March 1993
Torino 1 – 1 Juventus
Poggi Goal 79' Baggio Goal 49'
10 March 1993
Roma 2 – 0 Milan
Muzzi Goal 12'
Caniggia Goal 89'

Second leg

30 March 1993
Milan 1 – 0 Roma
Eranio Goal 37'

Roma won 2–1 on aggregate.

31 March 1993
Juventus 2 – 2 Torino
Marchegiani Goal 4' (o.g.)
Ravanelli Goal 62'
Poggi Goal 52'
Aguilera Goal 63'

3–3 on aggregate. Torino won on the away goals rule.


First leg

12 June 1993
Torino 3 – 0 Roma
S. Benedetti Goal 17' (o.g.)
Cois Goal 53'
D. Fortunato Goal 78'
Stadio delle Alpi, Turin
Referee: Amendolia (Messina)

Second leg

19 June 1993
Roma 5 – 2 Torino
Giannini Goal 22' Goal 49' Goal 55' (pen.)
Rizzitelli Goal 47'
Mihajlović Goal 65'
Silenzi Goal 45' Goal 53'
Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Referee: Sguizzato (Verona)

5–5 on aggregate. Torino won on the away goals rule.



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