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2009–10 DFB-Pokal
Country Germany Germany
Teams 64
Matches played 60
Goals scored 207 (average 3.45 per match)

The 2009–10 DFB-Pokal is the sixty-seventh season of the annual German football cup competition. It will commence on the weekend around 1 August 2009 with the matches of Round 1 and will end on 15 May 2010 with the final which is traditionally held at Olympic Stadium in Berlin.[1] The winners will qualify for the play-off round of the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League.

Contents

Participating clubs

The following 64 teams will compete in Round 1: (Teams in bold are still active in the competition)

Fußball-Bundesliga 2008–09
all clubs
Second Fußball-Bundesliga 2008–09
all clubs
3rd Liga 2008–09
best four teams
Winners of 21 regional cup competitions1

VfL Wolfsburg
FC Bayern Munich
VfB Stuttgart
Hertha BSC
Hamburger SV
Borussia Dortmund
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim
FC Schalke 04
Bayer 04 Leverkusen
SV Werder Bremen
Hannover 96
1. FC Köln
Eintracht Frankfurt
VfL Bochum
Borussia Mönchengladbach
Energie Cottbus
Karlsruher SC
Arminia Bielefeld

SC Freiburg
1. FSV Mainz 05
1. FC Nuremberg
Alemannia Aachen
SpVgg Greuther Fürth
MSV Duisburg
1. FC Kaiserslautern
FC St. Pauli
Rot-Weiß Oberhausen
Rot-Weiß Ahlen
FC Augsburg
TSV 1860 München
Hansa Rostock
TuS Koblenz
FSV Frankfurt
VfL Osnabrück
FC Ingolstadt 04
SV Wehen Wiesbaden

1. FC Union Berlin
Fortuna Düsseldorf
SC Paderborn 07
SpVgg Unterhaching

VfB Lübeck (Schleswig-Holstein)
Concordia Hamburg (Hamburg)
FC Oberneuland (Bremen)
Kickers Emden (Lower Saxony)
Eintracht Braunschweig (Lower Saxony)1
Torgelower SV Greif (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern)
Tennis Borussia Berlin (Berlin)2
SV Babelsberg 03 (Brandenburg)
1. FC Magdeburg (Saxony-Anhalt)
Dynamo Dresden (Saxony)3
Rot-Weiß Erfurt (Thuringia)
Germania Windeck4 (Middle Rhine)
VfB Speldorf (Lower Rhine)
Preußen Münster (Westphalia)
Sportfreunde Lotte (Westphalia)1
Eintracht Trier (Rhineland)
Wormatia Worms (South West)
SV Elversberg (Saarland)
Kickers Offenbach (Hesse)
Sonnenhof Großaspach (Württemberg)
SpVgg Neckarelz (North Baden)
FC 08 Villingen (South Baden)
Wacker Burghausen (Bavaria)
SpVgg Weiden (Bavaria)1

1 Finalists from the three regions with the most participating teams in their league competitions are also allowed to compete
2 Tennis Borussia Berlin qualified as losing finalists from Berlin because winners 1. FC Union Berlin have already qualified via their league place.
3 While Dresden's reserve team won the cup final, rules stipulate the club must send its first team into the competition, unless it had qualified via a league place.
4 Germania Dattenfeld was renamed Germania Windeck, effective 1 July 2009.

Draw

The draws for the different rounds are conducted as following[2]: For the first round, the participating teams will be split into two pots. The first pot contains all teams which have qualified through their regional cup competitions, the best four teams of the 3rd Liga and the bottom four teams of the Second Bundesliga. Every team from this pot will be drawn to a team from the second pot, which contains all remaining professional teams. The teams from the first pot will be set as the home team in the process.

The two-pot scenario will also be applied for the second round, with the remaining 3rd Liga/amateur teams in the first pot and the remaining professional teams in the other pot. Once one pot is empty, the remaining pairings will be drawn from the other pot with the first-drawn team for a match serving as hosts. For the remaining rounds, the draw will be conducted from just one pot. Any remaining 3rd Liga/amateur team will be the home team if drawn against a professional team. In every other case, the first-drawn team will serve as hosts.

Round 1

The draw took place on 27 June 2009, 18:00 UTC+2 at the Norisring, Nuremberg and involved the 64 teams listed in the table above. Germany international Renate Lingor conducted the draw.[3] The matches will be played from 31 July–3 August 2009.

Round 2

The draw took place on 8 August 2009 at Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Sinsheim and involved the 32 winners of Round 1. Germany international Inka Grings conducted the draw.[4] The matches were played on 22–23 September 2009.

Round 3

Quarterfinals

The draw took place on 1 November 2009 as part of the ARD-Sportschau, and involved the 8 winners of Round 3. Germany international Linda Bresonik conducted the draw.[5] The matches will be played on 9–10 February 2010.

9 February 2010
20:30 UTC+1
Werder Bremen 2 – 1 1899 Hoffenheim Weserstadion, Bremen
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Peter Sippel (Munich)
Naldo Goal 27'
Hugo Almeida Goal 76'
Report (German) Tagoe Goal 73'

10 February 2010
19:00 UTC+1
Bayern Munich 6 – 2 SpVgg Greuther Fürth Allianz Arena, Munich
Attendance: 53,500
Referee: Michael Weiner (Giesen)
Müller Goal 5'82'
Robben Goal 58' (pen.)
Ribéry Goal 61'
Lahm Goal 65'
Allagui Goal 89' (o.g.)
Report (German) Nöthe Goal 10'
Allagui Goal 40'

10 February 2010
20:30 UTC+1
VfL Osnabrück 0 – 1 FC Schalke 04 Osnatel-Arena, Osnabrück
Attendance: 16,130
Referee: Manuel Gräfe (Berlin)
Report (German) Kurányi Goal 59'

10 February 2010
19:00 UTC+1
FC Augsburg 2 – 0 1. FC Köln Impuls Arena, Augsburg
Attendance: 30,660
Referee: Thorsten Kinhöfer (Herne)
Thurk Goal 3'
Rafael Goal 86'
Report (German)

Semifinals

The draw was conducted on 10 February.[6]

23 March 2010
20:30 GMT+1
Werder Bremen v FC Augsburg Weserstadion, Bremen
Report (German)

24 March 2010
20:30 GMT+1
FC Schalke 04 v Bayern Munich Veltins Arena, Gelsenkirchen
Report (German)

Scheduled dates of remaining rounds

The remaining rounds, their participants and their dates as defined by the official DFB calendar for the 2009–10 season[1]:

Round Number of teams Participants Date
Final 2 teams 2 winners from semifinals 15 May 2010 at Olympic Stadium, Berlin

References

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