1966–67 Austrian Cup

The 1966-67 Austrian Cup was Austria's nationwide football cup competition. Admira Energie were the defending champions. In the first round, the first league clubs had to play away. In the event of a draw, overtime + replay, in the event of a draw in the replay, overtime + drawing of lots. This time the cup was decided by drawing of lots for Austria Wien after the two finalists (Austria Wien, Linzer ASK) had scored a goal tie in the final after the two-legged game[1]

Round of 32

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First round with teams from the first and second league.

13 August 1966 SC Schwaz 2-10 FC Wacker Innsbruck Schwaz
16:00
  • Dorninger   46'
  • Lechner   55' (pen.)
Report
Attendance: 500
Referee: Wilhelm Jarosch
14 August 1966 FC Wattens 0-4 Wiener Sport-Club Wattens
17:00 Report
Stadium: Alpenstadion
Attendance: 1,200
Referee: Hans Karrer
14 August 1966 SV Loipersbach 2-4 Admira Energie Loipersbach
16:00
  • Klausberger   83'
  • Wahl   86' (o.g.)
Report
Attendance: 700
Referee: Herzog
14 August 1966 WSV ATSV Ranshofen 1-3 Austria Klagenfurt Ranshofen
16:00
  • Weigl   24'
Report
Attendance: 700
Referee: Fritz Spatzenegger
19 August 1966 Schwarz-Weiß Bregenz 4-2 Grazer AK Bregenz
20:00
Report
Stadium: Bodenseestadion
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Stix
20 August 1966 SV Austria Salzburg 1-0 FS Elektra Wien Salzburg
16:00
Report Stadium: Sportplatz Lehen
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Johann Swoboda
20 August 1966 Badener AC 1-3 SK Rapid Wien Baden
16:00
  • Huschek   7'
Report
Stadium: Platz des Badener AC
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Josef Bucek
20 August 1966 Klagenfurter AC 0-5 First Vienna FC Klagenfurt
16:30 Report
Stadium: KAC-Platz
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Brunner
20 August 1966 SK Vorwärts Steyr 3-0 Kapfenberger SV Steyr
16:00
  • Eigenstiller   50'71'
  • Riegler   57'
Report Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Ofner
21 August 1966 1. Simmeringer SC 0-3 FK Austria Wien Wien
16:00 Report
Stadium: Wacker-Platz
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Herbert Uxa
21 August 1966 SC Austria Lustenau 1-0 1. SC Wr. Neustadt Lustenau
16:00
  • Schmid   52'
Report Stadium: Reichshofstadion
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Josef Jegel
21 August 1966 Deutschlandsberger SC 0-1 1. Schwechater SC Deutschlandsberg
16:45 Report
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Karl Pemberger
21 August 1966 WSV Donawitz 5-5 (a.e.t.) FC Lustenau 07 Leoben
16:00
Report
  • Fitz   15'25'
  • Cihal   75'
  • Riedmann   85'
  • Breitschopf   104'
Stadium: Sportplatz Donawitz
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Franz Moherndl
21 August 1966 SC Wacker Wien 1-0 SK Sturm Graz Wien
14:00
Report Stadium: Wacker-Platz
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Alois Romwalter
21 August 1966 Wiener AC 2-0 SV Donau Wien Wien
10:15
Report Stadium: WAC-Platz
Attendance: 700
Referee: Brandner
1 November 1966 Linzer ASK 1-0 SK Bischofshofen Linz
14:00
Report Stadium: Linzer Stadion
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Gerold Sattlegger

Replay match:

1 October 1966 FC Lustenau 07 1-2 WSV Donawitz Lustenau
16:00
  • Fitz   55'
Report
Stadium: Stadion an der Holzstraße
Attendance: 900
Referee: Josef Jegel

Round of 16

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18 September 1966 Wiener Sport-Club 5-1 SK Vorwärts Steyr Wien
10:00
Report
  • Riegler     78'
Stadium: Sport-Club Platz
Attendance: 2,500
1 October 1966 First Vienna FC 6-1 SC Austria Lustenau Wien
15:30
Report
Stadium: Hohe Warte
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Hafner
19 October 1966 FK Austria Wien 2-1 FC Wacker Innsbruck Wien
19:00
Report
Stadium: Hohe Warte
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Heribert Schram

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26 October 1966 1. Schwechater SC 3-2 SC Wacker Wien Schwechat
14:30
Report
Stadium: Sportplatz
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Schreiner
26 October 1966 SV Austria Salzburg 1-0 (a.e.t.) Schwarz-Weiß Bregenz Salzburg
14:30
Report Stadium: Sportplatz Lehen
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Hauser
1 November 1966 SK Rapid Wien 3-1 Austria Klagenfurt Wien
14:30
Report
Stadium: Pfarrwiese
Attendance: 4,500
Referee: Fritz Bauer
8 December 1966 Linzer ASK 6-0 Wiener AC Linz
12:30
Report Stadium: LASK-Platz
Attendance: 1,200
Referee: Johann Swoboda
8 December 1966 WSV Donawitz 3-1 Admira-Energie Wien Linz
13:30
Report
Stadium: LASK-Platz
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Hausmann

Quarter-finals

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25 February 1967 Linzer ASK 2-1 Wiener Sport-Club Linz
14:30
Report
Stadium: LASK-Platz
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: William Amies
25 February 1967 First Vienna FC 0-1 SK Rapid Wien Wien
15:00 Report
Stadium: Hohe Warte
Attendance: 11,000
Referee: Josef Tittl
25 February 1967 WSV Donawitz 2-2 (a.e.t.) FK Austria Wien Leoben
15:00
Report
Stadium: Sportplatz Donawitz
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Wilhelm Jarosch
26 February 1967 1. Schwechater SC 5-0 SV Austria Salzburg Schwechat
14:30
Report Stadium: Sportplatz
Attendance: 1,600
Referee: Paul Drabek

Replay match:

26 April 1967 FK Austria Wien 3-0 WSV Donawitz Leoben
19:30
Report Stadium: Hohe Warte
Attendance: 800
Referee: Dragutin Kepic

Semi-finals

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3 May 1967 FK Austria Wien 1-0 SK Rapid Wien Wien
19:30
Report Stadium: Hohe Warte
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Ferdinand Marschall
4 May 1967 LASK 5-0 1. Schwechater SC Linz
16:00
Report Stadium: Linzer Stadion
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Eduard Babauczek

Final first leg

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27 June 1967 LASK 2-1 FK Austria Wien Linz
19:30
Report
Stadium: Linzer Stadion
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Alois Kessler
  • Linzer ASK:

Wilhelm Harreither - Heribert Trubrig - Manfred Pichler - Manfred Leitner - Franz Viehböck - Carlos Lima - Gerhard Sturmberger - Luka Liposinovic - Helmut Köglberger - Janos Kondert - Alfons Wurdinger
coach: Frantisek Bufka [3]

  • FK Austria Wien:

Arkoc Özcan - Heinz Nowy - Johann Frank - Karl Fröhlich - Walter Hiesel - Alfons Dirnberger - Thomas Parits - Hans Buzek - Josef Hickersberger - Johann Geyer - Ernst Fiala
coach: Ernst Ocwirk[4]

Final second leg

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5 July 1967 FK Austria Wien 1-0 LASK Wien
19:30
Report Stadium: Hohe Warte
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Fritz Bauer

[5]

  • FK Austria Wien:

Arkoc Özcan - Heinz Nowy - Johann Frank - Karl Fröhlich - Walter Hiesel - Alfons Dirnberger - Thomas Parits - Hans Buzek - Josef Hickersberger - Jacare - Ernst Fiala
coach: Ernst Ocwirk[6]

  • Linzer ASK:

Wilhelm Harreither - Heribert Trubrig - Manfred Pichler - Siegfried Hintringer - Franz Viehböck - Carlos Lima - Gerhard Sturmberger - Luka Liposinovic - Helmut Köglberger - Janos Kondert - Alfons Wurdinger
coach: Frantisek Bufka [7]

References

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  1. Austria Soccer
  2. Wacker Innsbruck sold his home field advantage to Austria.
  3. Austria Soccer
  4. Austria Soccer
  5. Austria Wien won the cup by drawing lots! (No away goals rule)
  6. Austria Soccer
  7. Austria Soccer