2018–19 Austrian Cup

football tournament season

The 2018–19 Austrian Cup was the national cup in Austrian football. The champions of the cup earned a place in the 2019–20 Europa League and would have begun play in the Group stage.[1] Sixty–four clubs participated in this season's cup competition.[2]

Sturm Graz were the defending champions.[3]

First roundEdit

Thirty–two first round matches were played between 20 and 22 July 2018.[4]

20 July 2018 Leobendorf (R) 2–0Neuberg (A)Leobendorf
18:45
Report Stadium: Sportplatz Leobendorf
20 July 2018 SAK Klagenfurt (A) 1–0Völkermarkt (R)Klagenfurt Wörthersee
19:00 Bürgler   33' Report Stadium: Sportplatz Welzenegg
20 July 2018 Reichenau (A)3–5 Kapfenberger SV (R) Innsbruck
19:00
  • Glänzer   33'
  • Steinkeller   49'
  • Kovatsch   86'
Report
Stadium: Kunstrasen Reichenau
20 July 2018 Grödig (2)1–3 (a.e.t.) TSV Hartberg (A) Grödig
19:30
  • Nika   63'
Report
Stadium: DAS GOLDBERG
20 July 2018 Maria Saal (R)0–6 St. Pölten (1) Maria Saal
19:30 Report
Stadium: Sportplatz Maria Saal
20 July 2018 Allerheiligen (R)1–3 SV Mattersburg (A) Allerheiligen bei Wildon
20:00
  • Zubak   24'
Report
Stadium: Sportanlage Allerheiligen
20 July 2018 Deutschlandsberger (A) 4–2Amstetten (2)Deutschlandsberg
20:00
  • Grubisic   13'25'
  • Dengg   33'
  • Zisser   75'
Report
  • Markic   61'
  • Uhlig   79'
Stadium: Koralmstadion
20 July 2018 Ebreichsdorf (A)1–2 SK Vorwärts Steyr (2) Weigelsdorf
20:00
  • Wimmer   67' (o.g.)
Report
  • Efendioğlu   37'57'
Stadium: Sportzentrum Ebreichsdorf
20 July 2018 Neusiedl 1919 (R) 1–0Admira Wacker Mödling (1)Neusiedl am See
20:00
Report Stadium: Sportzentrum Neusiedl
20 July 2018 Schwaz (R) 2–0Dornbirn 1913 (R)Schwaz
20:00
  • Hänsler   2'
  • Kinzner   11'
Report Stadium: Silberstadt Arena Schwaz
20 July 2018 Hertha (R)0–3 LASK (1) Wels
20:00 Report
Stadium: Mauth Stadion
20 July 2018 Mauerwerk (A)0–2 Wiener Neustadt (2) Schwechat
20:30 Report
Stadium: Rudolf-Tonn
20 July 2018 USV Mettersdorf (A)0–1 Horn (2L) Mettersdorf
20:30 Report
Stadium: Sportplatz USV Mettersdorf
20 July 2018 Kufstein (R)0–5 Rapid Wien (1) Kufstein
21:20 Report
Stadium: Kufstein-Arena
21 July 2018 Dornbirner SV (A)0–6 Ried (2L) Dornbirn
16:00 Report
Stadium: Sportplatz Hella
21 July 2018 USK Anif (R)0–3 WSG Wattens (2L) Anif
17:00 Report
Stadium: Sportzentrum Anif
21 July 2018 Union Vöcklamarkt (A) 4–0Alberschwende (A)Vöcklamarkt
17:00
  • K. Sohm   10' (o.g.)
  • Gilhofer   28'
  • Höltschl   43'
  • Johnson   67'
Report Stadium: Sportzentrum Union Volksbank
21 July 2018 Siegendorf (A)0–2 Sturm Graz (1) Parndorf
17:30 Report
Stadium: Heidebodenstadion
21 July 2018 FC Kitzbühel (R)2–4 (a.e.t.) Lafnitz (2L) Kitzbühel
17:30
  • Margić   90+3'
  • Baur   90+6'
Report
Stadium: Sportplatz langau
21 July 2018 VfB Hohenems (R)2–5 Floridsdorfer AC (2L) Hohenems
18:00
  • Stefanon   28'
  • Fessler   52'
Report
Stadium: Herrenriedstadion
21 July 2018 Stadl-Paura (R) 1–1 (a.e.t.)
(5 – 3 p)
Blau-Weiß Linz (2L)Stadl-Paura
18:00
Report
Stadium: Molto Luce Arena Stadl-Paura
21 July 2018 Traiskirchen (R)0–2 Austria Klagenfurt (2L) Traiskirchen
19:30 Report
  • König   77' (o.g.)
  • Pichler   89'
Stadium: Sport – und Freizeitzentrum
21 July 2018 Lendorf (R)0–2 Bruck/Leitha (R) Lendorf
20:00 Report
Stadium: Thomas-Morgenstern-Arena
21 July 2018 Saalfelden (R) 4–0StrasswalchenSportanlage Bürgerau
20:00
  • Herzog   6'
  • Tandari   35'90+2'
  • Hasic   87'
Report
22 July 2018 Austria XIII (A)0–4 Austria Wien (B1) Wien
12:00 Report
Stadium: Sportclub-Platz
22 July 2018 Parndorf 1919 (R)0–3 Rheindorf Altach (B1) Parndorf
17:30 Report
Stadium: Heidebodenstadion
22 July 2018 Oedt (A)0–6 Red Bull Salzburg (B1) Transdanubia Sportanlage
18:15 Report
30 July 2018 Stadlau (R) 2–1 (a.e.t.) Gleisdorf 09 (R) Wien
18:30
  • Topcic   105'
  • Grassl   116' (o.g.)
Report Gräfischer   96' Stadium: OMV-Sportanlage Stadlau

Second roundEdit

Fifteen second round matches were played 25 September 2018.[5]

24 September 2018 SAK Klagenfurt (A)1–5 Floridsdorfer AC (2L) Wien
19:30
  • Camber   76'
Report
Stadium: Job Consulting Arena
25 September 2018 Leobendorf (R)1–2 Rheindorf Altach (B1) Leobendorf
17:00
Report
Stadium: Sportplatz Leobendorf
25 September 2018 Bruck/Leitha (R)1–3 Austria Lustenau (2L) Bruck
19:00
Report
Stadium: Parkstadion Bruck
25 September 2018 Wolfsberger AC (1B) 4–0Austria Klagenfurt (2L)Wolfsberg
19:00
Report Stadium: Lavanttal Arena
25 September 2018 TSV Hartberg (A) 3–0WSG Wattens (2L)Hartberg
20:00
Report Stadium: PROfertil ARENA
25 September 2018 Deutschlandsberger (A)3–4 (a.e.t.) Wiener Neustadt (2) Deutschlandsberger
20:00
  • Wotolen   19'
  • Oparenovič   54'
  • Dengg   90+5'
Report
  • Hager   24'
  • Cheukoua   38'
  • Tartarotti   49'
  • Salihi   118'
Stadium: Koralmstadion
25 September 2018 Union Vöcklamarkt (A)0–1 Ried (2L) Vöcklamarkt
20:00 Report Mayer   26' Stadium: Sportzentrum Union Volksbank
25 September 2018 Horn (2L)0–2 Lafnitz (2L) Horn
20:30 Report
Stadium: Waldviertler Volksbank Arena
25 September 2018 Grazer AK (R) 0–0 (a.e.t.)
(4–2 p)
SK Vorwärts Steyr (2)Graz
21:45 Report Stadium: Sportzentrum Graz-Wienzödl
26 September 2018 Neusiedl 1919 (R)1–3 Wacker Innsbruck (1) Neusiedl am See
20:00 Bozkurt   37' Report
Stadium: Sportzentrum Neusiedl
26 September 2018 Stadlau (R)0–4 Kapfenberger SV (2) Wien
17:00 Report
Stadium: OMV-Sportanlage Stadlau
26 September 2018 SV Mattersburg (A)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(4 – 5 p)
Rapid Wien (1) Mattersburg
19:30
Report
Stadium: Pappelstadion
26 September 2018 Stadl-Paura (R)0–8 LASK (1) Stadl-Paura
20:00 Report
Stadium: Molto Luce Arena Stadl-Paura
26 September 2018 Saalfelden (R)0–5 St. Pölten (1) Sportanlage Bürgerau
20:00 Report
26 September 2018 Schwaz (R)0–6 Red Bull Salzburg (B1) Schwaz
21:30 Report
Stadium: Silberstadt Arena Schwaz
26 September 2018 Austria Wien (B1) 2–0Sturm Graz (1)Wien
21:30
Report Stadium: Generali Arena

Third roundEdit

The eight third round matches were played on 30 October 2018.[6]

30 October 2018 Austria Wien (B1) 3–1 Floridsdorfer AC (2L)Vienna
Report Markoutz   45' Stadium: Generali Arena
30 October 2018 Grazer AK (R) 3–0Kapfenberger SV (2)Graz
Report Stadium: Sportzentrum Graz-Weinzödl
30 October 2018 Lafnitz (2L)2–3 St. Pölten (1) Lafnitz
Report
Stadium: Sportplatz Lafnitz
30 October 2018 Austria Lustenau (2L)0–1 Red Bull Salzburg (B1) Lustenau
Report Minamino   74' Stadium: Planet Pure Stadium
30 October 2018 TSV Hartberg (A) 4–3Wacker Innsbruck (1)Hartberg
Report
Stadium: PROfertil ARENA
30 October 2018 Wolfsberger AC (1B)0–3 Rapid Wien (1) Wolfsberg
Report
Stadium: Lavanttal Arena
30 October 2018 Ried (2L)1–2 Wiener Neustadt (2) Ried im Innkreis
  • Pecirep   32' (pen.)
Report
  • Tartarotti   13'
  • Harrer   61'
Stadium: josko ARENA
30 October 2018 Rheindorf Altach (B1)0–3 LASK (1) Altach
Report
Stadium: CASHPOINT Arena

Quarter-finalsEdit

The four quarter-finals matches were played from 15 to 17 February 2019.[7]

15 February 2019 Grazer AK (R) 2–1Austria Wien (B1)Graz
Report
Stadium: Merkur-Arena
16 February 2019 LASK (1) 6–0St. Pölten (1)Linz
Report Stadium: Waldstadion Pasching
17 February 2019 Rapid Wien (1) 5–2TSV Hartberg (A)Vienna
Report
Stadium: Allianz Stadion

Semi-finalsEdit

2 April 2019 Grazer AK (R)0–6 Red Bull Salzburg (B1) Graz
Report
Stadium: Merkur-Arena
Attendance: 13,310
Referee: Gerhard Grobelnik
2 April 2019 LASK (1)1–1 (a.e.t.)
(3–4 p)
Rapid Wien (1) Linz
Report
Stadium: Waldstadion
Referee: Markus Hameter
Penalties

FinalEdit

Red Bull Salzburg (B1)2–0Rapid Wien (1)
Report
GK 1   Alexander Walke (c)   90+2'
RB 22   Stefan Lainer
CB 6   Jérôme Onguéné
CB 15   André Ramalho
LB 25   Patrick Farkas   45+2'   83'
MF 42   Xaver Schlager
MF 8   Diadie Samassékou
MF 16   Zlatko Junuzovic   72'
MF 13   Hannes Wolf   67'
FW 9   Mu'nas Dabbur   90+5'
FW 21   Fredrik Gulbrandsen   76'   74'
Substitutes:
GK 1   Cican Stankovic
CB 5   Albert Vallci
FW 11   Smail Prevljak
MF 14   Dominik Szoboszlai   72'
MF 18   Takumi Minamino   67'
FW 20   Patson Daka   76'
CM 45   Enock Mwepu
Manager:
  Marco Rose
GK 1   Richard Strebinger
RB 3   Mert Müldür   61'
CB 20   Maximilian Hofmann   90+5'
CB 6   Mario Sonnleitner   86'
LB 5   Boli Bolingoli
MF 14   Srdjan Grahovac
MF 39   Dejan Ljubicic   64'
MF 8   Stefan Schwab (c)
RW 10   Thomas Murg
FW 22   Andrija Pavlovic   70'
LW 7   Philipp Schobesberger
Substitutes:
CB 17   Christopher Dibon
LB 19   Marvin Potzmann
GK 21   Tobias Knoflach
RB 24   Stephan Auer
FW 27   Aliou Badji   70'
MF 28   Christoph Knasmüllner   64'
GK 97   Andrei Ivan   86'
Manager:
  Dietmar Kühbauer

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Preliminary Access List 2018/19". Bert Kassies. Archived from the original on 22 December 2017. Retrieved 6 August 2017.
  2. "Cup: Season Rules". scoresway.com. Archived from the original on 30 June 2018. Retrieved 20 July 2018.
  3. "Rapid Wien vs. Salzburg 1 – 2". Soccerway. Archived from the original on 22 July 2018. Retrieved 20 July 2018.
  4. "Cup". Soccerway. Archived from the original on 23 July 2018. Retrieved 20 July 2018.
  5. "Cup". Soccerway. Archived from the original on 23 July 2018. Retrieved 25 September 2018.
  6. "Cup". Soccerway. Retrieved 1 October 2018.
  7. "Cup". Soccerway. Retrieved 16 November 2018.

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