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Copa Del Rey Results: Fixtures, Games & Schedule 2021

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Copa Del Rey Results: Fixtures, Games & Schedule 2020

Copa Del Rey Results: Fixtures, Games & Schedule

Are you looking for the 2020/21 Spanish Copa del Rey results? The Copa del Rey is one of the oldest Spanish cup competitions. It is the main Spanish FA knockout tournament next to the Spanish La Liga.

The Copa del Rey, the King’s Cup in English, is an annual football cup competition for Spanish football teams. Its full name is Campeonato de España – Copa de Su Majestad el Rey de Fútbol (Championship of Spain – Cup of His Majesty the King of Football).

The cup competition was founded in 1903, thus making it the oldest Spanish football competition. Well, the winner of Copa del Rey goes to the UEFA Europa League; unless they have qualified for the UEFA Champions League.

Copa Del Rey Results: Fixtures, Games & Schedule 2021

Spanish Cup Results: Copa Del Rey!

The results have been extremely erratic and different from the usual Copa Del Rey tournaments. This time – the three big teams of Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Atletico Madrid have all been knocked out of the competition. These set of results have left the odds for odds very erratic.

Barcelona were four-time defending champions this time before being knocked out by Athletic Bilbao in the quarter-finals. Following their exit, Real Madrid also bowed out in the same round by losing 4-2 to Real Zaragoza.

Atletico Madrid had already been knocked out in the round of 16. The teams left in the semi-finals now are Athletic Bilbao, Real Sociedad, Granada, Mirandes. Real Sociedad have a 2-1 lead over Mirandes while Granada are trailing 1-0 to Athletic Bilbao. Both of these results final as the second legs have also been played.  Athletic will play Sociedad in the final which is yet to be announced.

Copa Del Rey Results 2021: Real Madrid & Barcelona?

This Copa Del Rey has been one of the most bizarre ones in its history. It has been a decade since both Real Madrid and Barcelona failed to make the competition’s semi-finals. There is a new knockout format had already treated us to a few surprises prior to the quarters. Real and Barca fell victim to Real Sociedad and Athletic Bilbao’s gallant efforts this season, getting beaten 3-4 and 1-0 respectively.

By their efforts, Real Sociedad and Athletic Bilbao have ended a monopoly on the domestic cup which the other two giants have dominated over the last ten years.

Since the 2009-10 season, at least one of the two have been in the semi-finals. In the other 9 campaigns, at least one of them have made it to the semi-finals and then gone on to win the trophy. In 2011, the final turned into another exciting El Clasico. It was ultimately decided by Cristiano Ronaldo’s header in extra-time. Then, Barcelona went on to take revenge by beating Bilbao 3-0 in the final next year.  In 2013 final, Atlético got the better of Real at the Bernabeu 2-1 to claim the cup. Overall, Barcelona have registered the highest number of Copa Del Rey trophies at 30. Surprisingly, Atletico Bilbao are second-highest at 23 with Real Madrid third at 19.

Results Of Copa Del Rey – Highest Goalscorers

Rank
Player
Club
Goals
1 Alexander Isak Real Sociedad 7
2 Matheus Mirandés 6
3 Santi Cazorla Villarreal 4
Adnan Januzaj Real Sociedad
Yuri Berchiche Athletic Bilbao
Roberto Soldado Granada
7 Carlos Bacca Villarreal 3
Ander Barrenetxea Real Sociedad
Sergio Benito Cultural Leonesa
Guido Carrillo Leganés
Charles Eibar
Pablo de Blasis Eibar
Antoine Griezmann Barcelona
Joselu Tenerife
Martin Ødegaard Real Sociedad
Álvaro Rey Mirandés
Iñaki Williams Athletic Bilbao

Copa Del Rey Results – Preliminary Rounds

Matches
13-Nov-19 Tolosa (4) 1–0 Pontellas (4)
13-Nov-19 Becerril (4) 1–0 Urraca (4)
13-Nov-19 Andorra (3) 3–0 Andratx (4)
13-Nov-19 Comillas (4) 1–1 (a.e.t.) Barquereño (4)
(3–2 p)
13-Nov-19 Fraga (4) 0–1 Peña Azagresa (4)
13-Nov-19 Melilla CD (4) 1–0 (a.e.t.) Lobón (5)
13-Nov-19 Atlético Antoniano (4) 2–0 Atlético Porcuna (4)
13-Nov-19 Ramón y Cajal (5) 1–2 El Palmar (4)
13-Nov-19 El Álamo (4) 2–1 Pedroñeras (4)
13-Nov-19 Intercity (4) 3–0 Gran Tarajal (4)

First Round

Here are the first-round results of the 2019/20 Copa Del Rey –

Matches
11-Dec-19 UD Logroñés (3) 2–1 Marino Luanco (3)
17-Dec-19 Lealtad (4) 0–1 Cádiz (2)
17-Dec-19 Coruxo (3) 4–5 (a.e.t.) Mirandés (2)
17-Dec-19 Jaén (4) 3–1 Alavés (1)
17-Dec-19 SD Logroñés (4) 0–5 Eibar (1)
17-Dec-19 L’Hospitalet (4) 2–3 (a.e.t.) Granada (1)
17-Dec-19 Illueca (4) 0–2 Deportivo La Coruña (2)
17-Dec-19 Langreo (3) 2–3 Ebro (3)
17-Dec-19 Marbella (3) 2–1 Guijuelo (3)
17-Dec-19 Castellón (3) 0–2 Las Palmas (2)
17-Dec-19 Cacereño (4) 1–0 Alcorcón (2)
17-Dec-19 Socuéllamos (4) 0–1 Zaragoza (2)
17-Dec-19 Portugalete (4) 1–0 Extremadura (2)
17-Dec-19 Peña Sport (4) 0–1 (a.e.t.) Fuenlabrada (2)
17-Dec-19 Tarazona (4) 0–1 (a.e.t.) Rayo Vallecano (2)
17-Dec-19 Gimnástica Segoviana (4) 0–2 Elche (2)
17-Dec-19 Zamora (4) 2–1 Sporting Gijón (2)
17-Dec-19 Escobedo (4) 2–0 Málaga (2)
17-Dec-19 Unionistas (3) 1–0 Atlético Baleares (3)
17-Dec-19 Hércules (3) 0–1 Recreativo (3)
17-Dec-19 Intercity (4) 0–3 Athletic Bilbao (1)
17-Dec-19 Andorra (3) 1–1 (a.e.t.) Leganés (1)
(5–6 p)
17-Dec-19 Ceuta (4) 1–1 (a.e.t.) Numancia (2)
(3–2 p)
17-Dec-19 Murcia (3) 1–0 Racing Santander (2)
17-Dec-19 Cartagena (3) 4–1 Leioa (3)
17-Dec-19 Mensajero (4) 0–3 Tenerife (2)
18-Dec-19 San Sebastián de los Reyes (3) 2–0 Córdoba (3)
18-Dec-19 El Palmar (4) 1–2 Getafe (1)
18-Dec-19 Comillas (4) 0–5 Villarreal (1)
18-Dec-19 Tolosa (4) 0–3 Valladolid (1)
18-Dec-19 El Álamo (4) 0–1 Mallorca (1)
18-Dec-19 Tudelano (3) 0–1 Albacete (2)
18-Dec-19 Bergantiños (4) 0–1 Sevilla (1)
18-Dec-19 Badalona (3) 3–1 Oviedo (2)
18-Dec-19 Melilla (3) 1–2 UCAM Murcia (3)
18-Dec-19 Sestao River (4) 1–1 (a.e.t.) Lugo (2)
(6–5 p)
18-Dec-19 Barakaldo (3) 0–0 (a.e.t.) Villarrubia (3)
(5–3 p)
19-Dec-19 Melilla CD (4) 0–5 Levante (1)
19-Dec-19 Peña Azagresa (4) 0–2 Celta Vigo (1)
19-Dec-19 Atlético Antoniano (4) 0–4 Real Betis (1)
19-Dec-19 Lleida Esportiu (3) 0–2 Espanyol (1)
19-Dec-19 Peña Deportiva (3) 0–1 (a.e.t.) Ponferradina (2)
19-Dec-19 Cultural Leonesa (3) 3–0 Las Rozas (3)
19-Dec-19 Amorebieta (3) 0–1 Badajoz (3)
19-Dec-19 Llagostera (3) 0–1 (a.e.t.) Haro (3)
19-Dec-19 Rayo Majadahonda (3) 1–0 Racing Ferrol (3)
19-Dec-19 Laredo (4) 0–1 Huesca (2)
19-Dec-19 Tamaraceite (4) 3–2 (a.e.t.) Almería (2)
19-Dec-19 Gimnàstic (3) 3–1 (a.e.t.) Olot (3)
19-Dec-19 Cornellà (3) 0–0 (a.e.t.) Orihuela (3)
(4–5 p)
19-Dec-19 Becerril (4) 0–8 Real Sociedad (1)
19-Dec-19 Lorca Deportiva (4) 0–3 Osasuna (1)
19-Dec-19 Linares (4) 1–2 Girona (2)
19-Dec-19 Mérida (3) 2–2 (a.e.t.) La Nucía (3)
(3–2 p)
08-Jan-20 Pontevedra (3) 0–2 Ibiza (3)

Round of 32

Matches
21-Jan-20 Recreativo (3) 2–3 (a.e.t.) Osasuna (1)
21-Jan-20 Zaragoza (2) 3–1 Mallorca (1)
21-Jan-20 Sevilla (1) 3–1 Levante (1)
22-Jan-20 Ibiza (3) 1–2 Barcelona (1)
22-Jan-20 Elche (2) 1–1 (a.e.t.) Athletic Bilbao (1)
(4–5 p)
22-Jan-20 UD Logroñés (3) 0–1 Valencia (1)
22-Jan-20 Unionistas (3) 1–3 Real Madrid (1)
22-Jan-20 Badalona (3) 1–3 (a.e.t.) Granada (1)
22-Jan-20 Tenerife (2) 2–1 Valladolid (1)
22-Jan-20 Girona (2) 0–3 Villarreal (1)
22-Jan-20 Real Sociedad (1) 2–0 Espanyol (1)
23-Jan-20 Ebro (3) 0–1 Leganés (1)
23-Jan-20 Mirandés (2) 2–1 (a.e.t.) Celta Vigo (1)
23-Jan-20 Cultural Leonesa (3) 2–1 (a.e.t.) Atlético Madrid (1)
23-Jan-20 Badajoz (3) 3–1 Eibar (1)
23-Jan-20 Rayo Vallecano (2) 2–2 (a.e.t.) Real Betis (1)
(4–2 p)

Round of 16

Matches
28-Jan-20 Tenerife (2) 3–3 (a.e.t.) Athletic Bilbao (1)
(2–4 p)
29-Jan-20 Cultural Leonesa (3) 0–0 (a.e.t.) Valencia (1)
(2–4 p)
29-Jan-20 Rayo Vallecano (2) 0–2 Villarreal (1)
29-Jan-20 Badajoz (3) 2–3 (a.e.t.) Granada (1)
29-Jan-20 Zaragoza (2) 0–4 Real Madrid (1)
29-Jan-20 Real Sociedad (1) 3–1 Osasuna (1)
30-Jan-20 Barcelona (1) 5–0 Leganés (1)
30-Jan-20 Mirandés (2) 3–1 Sevilla (1)

Quarter Final

Matches
04-Feb-20 Granada (1) 2–1 Valencia (1)
05-Feb-20 Mirandés (2) 4–2 Villarreal (1)
06-Feb-20 Real Madrid (1) 3–4 Real Sociedad (1)
06-Feb-20 Athletic Bilbao (1) 1–0 Barcelona (1)

Copa Del Rey Results: Fixtures, Games & Schedule 2020

Semi Final

Team 1 Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Real Sociedad (1) Mirandés (2) 2–1 4 Mar
Athletic Bilbao (1) Granada (1) 1–0 5 Mar

 

Team 1 Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Real Sociedad (1) Mirandés (2) 1-0 4 Mar
Athletic Bilbao (1) Granada (1) 1–2 5 Mar

Final

The final is to be held between Athletic Bilbao and Real Sociedad on 3 April 2021.

For more on the 2021 Copa del Rey final, check out – Copa del Rey Final 2021: date, time, TV channel!

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