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Denmark DBU Pokalen

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Established
1954 (68 years old)

First Recorded Event
2021-08-03

Current Season
2022-2023

API Football ID
4538

Sport
Soccer

Location
Denmark

Gender
Male

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Upcoming Events
05 Oct 22 SGI  - Middelfart
12 Oct 22 AB Gladsaxe  - AGF Aarhus
12 Oct 22 BSF  - FC Nordsjællan
18 Oct 22 Roskilde  - Fremad Amager
18 Oct 22 Køge  - Sønderjyske
18 Oct 22 Næsby  - Nykøbing
18 Oct 22 Brabrand IF  - Vejle Boldklub
18 Oct 22 Thisted  - FC Helsingoer
18 Oct 22 Vanløse  - AaB
19 Oct 22 Ishøj  - Viborg

Latest Results
28 Sep 22 Næstved BK 0 - 3  Silkeborg IF
07 Sep 22 Nykøbing 1 - 1  Odense BK
06 Sep 22 SfB-Oure 0 - 3  HOBRO
06 Sep 22 BSF 1 - 0  Karlslunde
04 Sep 22 SGI 0 - 1  Jammerbugt
31 Aug 22 Viby 0 - 7  Viborg
31 Aug 22 Næsby 3 - 2  Skive IK
31 Aug 22 FC Nakskov 0 - 4  Vanløse
31 Aug 22 Allerød 0 - 3  FA 2000
31 Aug 22 Frem 0 - 1  FC Nordsjællan

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The Danish Cup (Danish: Landspokalturneringen) (often referred to as Sydbank Pokalen for sponsorship reasons) is the official "knockout" cup competition in Danish football, run by the Danish Football Association. The cup has been contested annually since 1955.

The winner will qualify for the UEFA Europa League tournament the following year, where they (as of the 2009–10 season) will enter in the third qualifying round.

The latest edition, 2017-18 Danish Cup, was won by Superliga-side Brøndby, beating Superliga-side Silkeborg 3-1 on 10 May 2018 at Parken Stadium, thereby winning their first domestic trophy since 2008.

The final traditionally takes place on Kristi Himmelfarts Dag (The Ascension) and it is always played in the Danish national stadium Parken. However in the 1991 and 1992 seasons the final had been rescheduled to Odense Stadion and Århus Stadion respectively due to the renovation of Parken. Furthermore, in 2011, because Ascension Thursday fell on 2 June and an international match date was already allotted for this date, the Danish Cup final was played two weeks earlier on 22 May, which coincided with the annual Copenhagen Marathon.

The club with most final appearances is AGF with 12 finals, having won 9 of them.

Attention has been brought to the fact that the final on most occasions unpractically is played before the last rounds of the league, which can open up for speculation in the benefit of losing league games at the end of the season especially for the cup runner-up if the winner is heading for the league championship. Recently former AaB player David Nielsen claimed in his autobiography that after losing the cup final in 2004 to FC Copenhagen, he deliberately missed opportunities to score against them when AaB and FC Copenhagen met in the final league match because FCK would win the championship (and thereby the double) and land AaB in the UEFA Cup as losing cup finalists.


Seasons


2021-2022

2022-2023

Teams

AaB

Aabyhøj
-11

Aalborg Freja
-11

Aarhus Fremad
-10

AB Gladsaxe
-11

AB Tårnby
-11

AC Horsens

AGF Aarhus

Allerød
-11

Avarta
-11

B 1908
-11

B 1909
-11

B 1913
-11

B.93
-11

BK Viktoria
-11

Bolbro
-11

Brabrand IF
-11

Bredballe
-11

Brøndby

Brønshøj
-11

BSF
-11

Dalum
-11

Dianalund
-11

Døllefjelde-Mu
-11

Esbjerg
-7

FA 2000
-11

FC Copenhagen

FC Helsingoer
-7

FC Kalundborg
-11

FC Midtjylland

FC Nakskov
-11

FC Nordsjælland

FIUK
-11

Fjordager
-11

Fredericia
-11

Frederikssund
-11

Frem
-11

Fremad Amager
-9

Fremad Valby
-11

Fuglebakken KFU
-11

Give Fremad
-11

Greve
-11

Hårby Flemløs
-11

Hellerup IK
-11

Helsted Fremad
-11

Herlev
-11

Herstedøster
-11

Hillerød
-11

HOBRO
-10

Holbæk B&I
-11

Holstebro
-11

Hørsholm-Usser
-11

Hviding IF-KVIK
-11

Hvidovre IF
-9

Ishøj
-11

Jammerbugt
-11

KFUM Roskilde
-11

Kjellerup
-11

Kolding IF
-11

Køge
-11

Kvik-Aalestrup
-11

Løjt
-11

LUIF
-11

Lyngby

Lyseng
-11

Marienlyst
-11

Middelfart
-10

Næsby
-11

Næstved BK
-11

NB Bornholm
-11

Nørrebro
-11

Nørresundby
-11

Nyhavn
-11

Nykøbing
-11

Odense BK

Østerbro
-11

Randers FC

Roskilde
-10

SEIF
-11

SfB-Oure
-11

SGI
-11

Silkeborg IF

Skalborg
-11

Skibet
-11

Skive IK
-8

Skjold Sæby
-11

Skovshoved
-11

Slagelse B&I
-11

Søften
-11

Sønderjyske
-2

Svebølle
-11

Sydvest
-11

Tårnby FF
-11

Tarup-Paarup
-11

Thisted
-11

Vanløse
-11

Varde IF Elite
-11

Vejle Boldklub
-7

Vendsyssel FF
-10

Viborg

Viby
-11

Virum-Sorgenfri
-11

Vordingborg
-11

VSK Århus
-11

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