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1996-97 KNVB Cup

1996–1997
Country Netherlands
Teams 78
Champions Roda JC
Runners-up sc Heerenveen

The 79th edition of the KNVB Cup (at the time called Amstel Cup) started on June 1, 1996. The final was played on May 8, 1997: Roda JC beat sc Heerenveen 4–2 and won the cup for the first time. A total of 78 clubs participated.

Teams

  • All 18 participants of the Eredivisie 1996-97, four of which entering in the knock-out stage, the rest entering in the group stage
  • All 18 participants of the Eerste Divisie 1996-97, entering in the group stage (only FC Den Bosch entered in the preliminary round)
  • 39 teams from lower (amateur) leagues, six of which entering in the group stage, the rest entering in the preliminary round
  • 3 youth teams, one entering in the group stage, the other two in the preliminary round

Preliminary round

The matches of the preliminary round were played on June 1, 2, 6 and 9, 1996. Except for Eerste Divisie club FC Den Bosch, only amateur clubs and two youth teams participated.

Home team Result Away team
VV Geldrop/AEK 2–2 (p) USV Holland
HSC '21 2–1 HVV Hollandia
SC Genemuiden 3–4 (aet) De Treffers [1]
VV DOVO 2–1 FC Lisse
Young sc Heerenveen 1–5 Quick Boys
IJsselmeervogels 1–0 (aet) SV Panningen
VV Hoogezand 5–2 RKFC Lindenheuvel
VV Sneek 2–2 (p) RKSV Wittenhorst
Quick '20 2–3 Kozakken Boys (on June 15)
Home team Result Away team
Young Sparta 4–1 DCV
AFC '34 3–3 (p) GVVV
VV Bennekom 3–1 DOS Kampen
VV Gemert 2–4 De Treffers [1]
VV Katwijk 2–0 ACV
Achilles Veen 1–1 (p) AFC
RKSV Halsteren 8–1 FVC
RIOS '31 3–0 VV Sittard
DCV 2–6 FC Den Bosch

Group stage

The matches of the group stage were played between August 15 and October 1, 1996. Except for four Eredivisie clubs, all other participants entered the tournament this round. 56 clubs participated, 28 advanced to the next round.

E Eredivisie; 1 Eerste Divisie; A Amateur teams

Knock-out Stage

First round

The matches of the first knock-out round were played on November 27, 1996. The four highest ranked Eredivisie teams from last season entered the tournament this round.

Home team Result Away team
SC Heracles 1–0 Ajax E
FC Volendam 1–0 SC Feyenoord (amateurs)
FC Emmen 0–3 FC Groningen
Telstar 0–2 De Graafschap
Cambuur Leeuwarden 0–2 Willem II
VV Baronie 0–2 Feyenoord E
Sparta 0–1 FC Twente
FC Zwolle 2–1 Fortuna Sittard (on December 1)
Home team Result Away team
Roda JC E 6–2 VV Katwijk
AZ 4–1 Go Ahead Eagles
RBC Roosendaal 3–4 NEC
sc Heerenveen 3–2 (aet) TOP Oss
Vitesse 3–2 FC Eindhoven
VVV-Venlo 1–2 PSV E
Veendam 1–2 RKC Waalwijk
Helmond Sport 1–1 (p) NAC Breda

E four Eredivisie entrants

Round of 16

The matches of the round of 16 were played between February 7 and 12, 1997.

Home team Result Away team
FC Zwolle 2–1 FC Volendam
FC Twente 0–0 (p: 3-5) Vitesse
SC Heracles 2–4 Helmond Sport
sc Heerenveen 2–0 NEC Nijmegen
Feyenoord 1–0 RKC Waalwijk
PSV 2–3 AZ
Willem II 2–0 FC Groningen
De Graafschap 0–2 Roda JC (on February 19)

Quarter finals

The quarter finals were played on March 11 and 12, 1997.

Home team Result Away team
FC Zwolle 0–5 Roda JC
Helmond Sport 2–1 Vitesse
sc Heerenveen 2–1 Feyenoord
AZ 0–2 Willem II

Semi-finals

The semi-finals were played on April 16 and 17, 1997

Home team Result Away team
Roda JC 1–0 Willem II
sc Heerenveen 5–0 Helmond Sport

Final

Main article: 1997 KNVB Cup Final

The final was played on May 8, 1997.

Home team Result Away team
Roda JC 4–2 sc Heerenveen

Roda JC would participate in the Cup Winners' Cup.

See also

References

External links

  • Results by Ronald Zwiers (Dutch)

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