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KNVB Cup 1988-89

1988–1989
Country Netherlands
Teams 64
Champions PSV
Runners-up FC Groningen

The 71st edition of the KNVB Cup started on October 1, 1988. The final was played on May 25, 1989: PSV beat FC Groningen 4–1 and won the cup for the fifth time.

Teams

First round

The matches of the first round were played on October 1 and 2, 1988.

Home team Result Away team
NSVV A 1–4 FC Twente E
VV OVV A 0–4 BVV Den Bosch E
Quick Boys A 1–2 Fortuna Sittard E
RCH A 0–5 Feyenoord E
VV Rheden A 1–2 PSV E
Rijnsburgse Boys A 3–2 SC Cambuur 1
ROHDA Raalte A 1–1 (p) FC Den Haag 1
RVVH A 0–7 MVV E
SC Enschede A 0–2 RBC 1
SC Heracles 1 2–3 FC Utrecht E
SV Spakenburg A 3–2 DS '79 1
SVV 1 0–6 Ajax E
TOP Oss A 2–3 (aet) Veendam E
SV Venray A 1–2 PEC Zwolle E
VC Vlissingen A 2–1 De Graafschap 1
VVOG A 3–1 Excelsior 1
Home team Result Away team
ACV A 1–3 (aet) sc Heerenveen 1
VV Bennekom A 1–2 FC Groningen E
Blauw-Wit A 1–0 Go Ahead Eagles 1
VV de Bataven A 0–3 FC Wageningen 1
De Treffers A 0–4 HFC Haarlem E
DHC Delft A 1–4 Vitesse 1
DOS Kampen A 0–4 AZ 1
VV DOVO A 3–5 VVV E
USV Elinkwijk A 0–1 FC Eindhoven 1
FC Emmen 1 2–7 Willem II E
Enter Vooruit A 0–3 FC Volendam E
VV Geldrop/AEK A 2–5 Roda JC E
Helmond Sport 1 2–0 NEC 1
IJsselmeervogels A 0–2 RKC Waalwijk E
TSV Longa A 1–4 Sparta E
NAC Breda 1 0–0 (p) Telstar 1

E Eredivisie; 1 Eerste Divisie; A Amateur teams

Second round

The matches of the second round were played on November 18, 19 and 20, 1988.

Home team Result Away team
PSV 2–1 FC Volendam
Rijnsburgse Boys 2–4 Willem II
RKC Waalwijk 1–6 Feyenoord
SV Spakenburg 1–4 AZ
VC Vlissingen 2–0 BVV Den Bosch
VVOG 3–1 (aet) Helmond Sport
VVV 3–4 (aet) FC Groningen
FC Wageningen 1–5 Vitesse
Home team Result Away team
Ajax 4–1 PEC Zwolle
Blauw-Wit 1–3 Sparta
FC Eindhoven 2–3 (aet) Telstar
FC Den Haag 1–0 Roda JC
FC Twente 1–0 Veendam
FC Utrecht 5–0 RBC
Fortuna Sittard (p) 1-1 HFC Haarlem
MVV 1–3 sc Heerenveen

Round of 16

The matches of the round of 16 were played between February 1 and 15, 1989.

Home team Result Away team
Ajax 2–1 FC Utrecht
AZ 2–1 Fortuna Sittard
FC Den Haag 3–2 Sparta
Feyenoord 0–2 Willem II
PSV 2–0 FC Twente
Telstar 0–2 (aet) VC Vlissingen
Vitesse 1–0 sc Heerenveen
VVOG 0–1 FC Groningen

Quarter finals

The quarter finals were played between March 8 and March 15, 1989.

Home team Result Away team
VC Vlissingen 0–3 FC Den Haag (on Feb. 19)
AZ 0–2 PSV
FC Groningen 3–0 Ajax
Willem II (p) 1-1 Vitesse

Semi-finals

The semi-finals were played on April 12, 1989.

Home team Result Away team
FC Groningen 5–1 Willem II
PSV 5–2 FC Den Haag

Final

PSV 4–1 FC Groningen
Romário 2'
Ellerman 45'
Ellerman 53'
Kieft 79'
May 25, 1989
Stadion Feijenoord
Attendance: 9.483
Referee: John Blankenstein
Meijer 78'

PSV alson won the Dutch Eredivisie championship, thereby taking the double. They would participate in the European Cup, so finalists FC Groningen could play in the Cup Winners' Cup.

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