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1992-93 KNVB Cup

Country Netherlands
Teams 63
Champions Ajax
Runners-up sc Heerenveen

The 75th edition of the KNVB Cup started on August 29, 1992. The final was played on May 20, 1993: Ajax beat sc Heerenveen 6–2 and won the cup for the twelfth time.


  • All 18 participants of the Eredivisie 1992-93, eleven of which entering in the third round, the rest entering in the second round
  • All 18 participants of the Eerste Divisie 1992-93, entering in the second round
  • 27 teams from lower (amateur) leagues, seven of which entering in the second round

First round

The matches of the first round were played on August 29 and 30, 1992. Only amateur clubs participated.

Home team Result Away team
DETO 2–0 SV De Valleivogels
DVS '33 1–4 VV Noordwijk
SC Genemuiden 0–3 VV Katwijk
SC Enschede 3–0 SV Meerssen
VV Aalsmeer 2–4 VV DOVO
Achilles 1894 2–2 KVV Quick '20
RKSV DCG 1–0 SV Panningen
SV Woerden 0–1 EHC/Villa Nova

Second round

The matches of the second round were played on September 18, 19 and 20, 1992. Except for eleven teams from the Eredivisie, all the other participating clubs entered the tournament here.

Home team Result Away team
Go Ahead Eagles E 2–0 FC Eindhoven 1
HFC Haarlem 1 1–2 FC Volendam E
VV Naaldwijk A 0–1 Helmond Sport 1
Quick Boys A 1–2 De Graafschap 1
RCH A 0–5 Willem II E
VV Rheden A 2–3 Telstar 1
SC Enschede A 0–1 Excelsior 1
VVV-Venlo 1 4–1 Kozakken Boys A
sc Heerenveen 1 7–1 GVVV A (on September 29)
SC Heracles 1 4–3 DETO A (on September 29)
Home team Result Away team
Achilles 1894 A 1–1 (p) FC Den Bosch E
ACV A 0–1 Veendam 1
ADO Den Haag 1 6–0 RKSV Halsteren A
Dordrecht'90 E 3–0 RBC 1
VV DOVO A 0–3 AZ 1
VV DWV A 0–2 Cambuur Leeuwarden E
HFC EDO A 0–0 (p) Fortuna Sittard E
EHC/Villa Nova A 1–3 TOP Oss 1
FC Emmen 1 4–3 NAC Breda 1
FC Zwolle 1 3–0 VV Katwijk A

E Eredivisie; 1 Eerste Divisie; A Amateur teams

Third round

The matches of the third round were played on October 28, 1992. The eleven highest ranked Eredivisie teams from last season entered the tournament here.

Home team Result Away team
MVV E 1–0 Veendam
Cambuur Leeuwarden 0–3 sc Heerenveen
TOP Oss 5–1 Roda JC E
Vitesse E 3–0 ADO Den Haag
FC Volendam E 2–4 PSV E
VVV-Venlo 3–7 Ajax E
Sparta 5–1 Telstar (on November 5)
Fortuna Sittard 1–0 (aet) AZ (on December 2)
Home team Result Away team
RKSV DCG 1–2 FC Zwolle
FC Den Bosch 2–0 SC Heracles
FC Groningen 3–0 Dordrecht'90
FC Twente E 4–2 Willem II E
FC Utrecht E 3–2 FC Emmen
Feyenoord E 7–0 Go Ahead Eagles
De Graafschap 0–1 Excelsior
Helmond Sport 0–1 RKC Waalwijk E

E eleven Eredivisie entrants

Round of 16

The matches of the round of 16 were played on December 2, 1992.

Home team Result Away team
FC Den Bosch 2–1 Vitesse
FC Groningen 2–1 Excelsior
Feyenoord 3–1 TOP Oss
PSV 2–1 FC Utrecht
RKC Waalwijk 1–4 FC Zwolle (on December 13)
Sparta 0–2 FC Twente (on December 13)
Fortuna Sittard 0–1 sc Heerenveen (on December 15)
Ajax 3–0 MVV (on January 13, 1993)

Quarter finals

The quarter finals were played on February 17, 1993.

Home team Result Away team
FC Den Bosch 2–0 FC Groningen
sc Heerenveen 2–1 (aet) PSV
FC Twente 2–4 (aet) Ajax
FC Zwolle 1–1 (p) Feyenoord (on March 10)


The semi-finals were played on March 30 and 31, 1993.

Home team Result Away team
sc Heerenveen 2–1 FC Den Bosch
Feyenoord 0–5 Ajax


20 May 1993
Ajax 6–2 SC Heerenveen
Davids Goal 7'
Overmars Goal 45'88'
Pettersson Goal 69'
Bergkamp Goal 82'
Petersen Goal 87'
Regtop Goal 34'62'
Camataru Goal 90'
Stadion Feijenoord, Rotterdam
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Jef van Vliet, (Linesmen: J. van Boekel en R. Overkleeft)

Ajax would participate in the Cup Winners' Cup.

See also

External links

  • Results by Ronald Zwiers (Dutch)

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