|25 May 19||Barcelona|| ||-|| Valencia|
|28 Feb 19||Valencia ||1 - 0|| ||Betis|
|27 Feb 19||Real Madrid ||0 - 3|| ||Barcelona|
|07 Feb 19||Betis ||2 - 2|| ||Valencia|
|06 Feb 19||Barcelona ||1 - 1|| ||Real Madrid|
|31 Jan 19||Girona ||1 - 3|| ||Real Madrid|
|30 Jan 19||Betis ||3 - 1|| ||Espanol|
|30 Jan 19||Barcelona ||6 - 1|| ||Sevilla|
|29 Jan 19||Valencia ||3 - 1|| ||Getafe|
|24 Jan 19||Espanol ||1 - 1|| ||Betis|
|24 Jan 19||Real Madrid ||4 - 2|| ||Girona|
The Copa del Rey (Spanish pronunciation: ; English: The King's Cup) is an annual football cup competition for Spanish football teams. Its full name is Campeonato de España - Copa de Su Majestad el Rey (Championship of Spain - His Majesty the King's Cup), and is also known as La Copa.
The competition was found in 1903, thus making it the oldest Spanish football competition. Typically, the winner of Copa del Rey goes to the UEFA Europa League; unless they qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
Barcelona are the current cup holders, winning their fourth consecutive and 30th overall title against Sevilla in the 2018 final held at the Wanda Metropolitano.