2010–11 Copa del Rey


2010–11 Copa del Rey
2010–11 Copa del Rey
Country  Spain
Teams 83
Champions Real Madrid
Runner-up Barcelona
Matches played 112
Goals scored 324 (2.89 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo
Argentina Lionel Messi
(7 each)

The 2010–11 Copa del Rey was the 107th staging of the Copa del Rey. The competition began on August 21, 2010 and ended on April 20, 2011 with the final, held at the Estadio Mestalla in Valencia, in which Real Madrid lifted the trophy for the eighteenth time in their history with a 1–0 victory over Barcelona in extra time. Sevilla were the defending champions, but they were defeated by Real Madrid in the semifinal.

Contents

Calendar

Round Date Fixtures Clubs Notes
First round 21–25 August 2010 18 83 → 65 Clubs participating in Tercera and Segunda División B gain entry.
Second Round 1 September 2010 22 65 → 43 Clubs participating in Segunda División gain entry.
Third Round 8 & 15 September 2010 11 43 → 32
Round of 32 26–28 October 2010 16 32 → 16 Clubs participating in La Liga gain entry.
9–11 November 2010
Round of 16 21–22 December 2010 8 16 → 8
5–6 January 2011
Quarterfinals 12–13 January 2011 4 8 → 4
18–20 January 2011
Semifinals 26 January 2011 2 4 → 2
2 February 2011
Final 20 April 2011 1 2 → 1

Qualified teams

The following teams competed in the Copa del Rey 2010–11:

20 teams of 2009–10 La Liga:

21 teams of 2009–10 Segunda División (Villarreal B are excluded for being a reserve team of Villarreal):

24 teams of 2009–10 Segunda División B. Teams that qualified are the top five teams of each of the 4 groups (excluding reserve teams) and the four with the highest number of points out of the remaining non-reserve teams (*):

18 teams of 2009–10 Tercera División. Teams that qualified are the champions of each of the 18 groups (or at least the ones with the highest number of points within their group since reserve teams are excluded):

First round

The matches were played on 21, 22, 24 and 25 August 2010.

Alcoyano, Cerceda, Jumilla, Lucena, Melilla, Poli Ejido and Real Jaén received a bye.

Team 1  Score  Team 2
La Roda 1–2 Alcalá
Gandía 1–2 Sant Andreu
Oyonesa 0–3 Tudelano
L'Hospitalet 2–1 Dénia
Ceuta 4–1 Atl. Mancha Real
Portugalete 3–2 Noja
Universidad Las Palmas 1–0 (aet) Leganés
Caudal 4–3 (aet) Palencia
Real Unión 1–0 Burgos
Pontevedra 0–1 Guadalajara
Alavés 0–1 UD Logroñés
Real Oviedo 1–0 (aet) Eibar
Benidorm 0–0 (3–5 p) Orihuela
Ontinyent 0–2 Castellón
Teruel 0–0 (5–4 p) Atl. Baleares
Badajoz 4–0 Corralejo
Puertollano 0–0 (0–3 p) Murcia
Parla 1–5 Cádiz

Second round

The matches were played on 1 September 2010.

Orihuela received a bye.

Third round

The matches were played on 8 and 15 September 2010.

Portugalete received a bye.

Final phase

Draw

The draw for the Round of 32 was held on 22 September 2010 at 13:00 CET in the Ciudad del Fútbol de Las Rozas in Madrid.[1]

Pot 1 teams (Segunda B and Tercera divisions) were drawn against four teams from pot 2 with the first leg at pot 1 team's home. The three remaining teams in pot 1 were paired in the same way with the pot 3 teams. The teams in the special pot 1 (Segunda A) were drawn against five teams in the special pot 2, with the first leg at the home ground of the special pot 1 teams. The remaining teams in the special pot 2 faced each other[2]

Pot 1 Pot 2
(Champions League)
Pot 3
(Europa League)
Special pot 1
(Segunda División)
Special pot 2
Portugalete
Real Unión
Poli Ejido
Murcia
Universidad LPGC
Logroñés
Ceuta
Sevilla (holders)
Barcelona
Real Madrid
Valencia
Atlético Madrid
Getafe
Villarreal
Betis
Valladolid
Córdoba
Xerez
Alcorcón
Athletic Bilbao
Espanyol
Osasuna
Real Sociedad
Sporting de Gijón
Mallorca[3]
Hércules
Deportivo
Málaga
Racing Santander
Almería
Zaragoza
Levante

Bracket

Round of 32
October 26/27/28, 2010
November 9/10/11, 2010
  Round of 16
December 21/22, 2010
January 5/6, 2011
  Quarterfinals
January 12/13, 2011
January 18/19/20, 2011
  Semifinals
January 26, 2011
February 2, 2011
  Final
April 20, 2011
 Logroñés 0 1 1  
 Valencia 3 4 7      Valencia 0 2 2  
 Poli Ejido 1 0 1    Villarreal 0 4 4  
 Villarreal 1 2 3        Villarreal 3 0 3  
 Real Unión 0 1 1        Sevilla 3 3 6  
 Sevilla 4 6 10      Sevilla 5 3 8
 Hércules 0 2 2    Málaga 3 0 3  
 Málaga 0 3 3        Sevilla 0 0 0  
 Murcia 0 1 1        Real Madrid 1 2 3  
 Real Madrid 0 5 5      Real Madrid 8 0 8  
 Xerez 2 2 4    Levante 0 2 2  
 Levante (a) 3 1 4        Real Madrid 3 1 4
 Universidad LPGC 0 1 1        Atlético Madrid 1 0 1  
 Atlético Madrid 5 1 6      Atlético Madrid 1 1 2
 Valladolid 0 1 1    Espanyol 0 1 1  
 Espanyol 2 1 3        Real Madrid (aet) 1
 Ceuta 0 1 1        Barcelona 0
 Barcelona 2 5 7      Barcelona (a) 0 1 1  
 Alcorcón 0 0 0    Athletic Bilbao 0 1 1  
 Athletic Bilbao 1 2 3        Barcelona 5 1 6  
 Betis (a) 0 2 2        Betis 0 3 3  
 Zaragoza 1 1 2      Betis 1 3 4
 Portugalete 1 0 1    Getafe 2 1 3  
 Getafe (a) 1 0 1        Barcelona 5 3 8
 Real Sociedad 2 1 3        Almería 0 0 0  
 Almería 3 2 5      Almería 4 4 8  
 Mallorca 3 2 5    Mallorca 3 3 6  
 Sporting de Gijón 1 2 3        Almería 1 3 4
 Córdoba (aet) 2 1 3        Deportivo 0 2 2  
 Racing Santander 0 3 3      Córdoba 1 1 2
 Osasuna 1 1 2    Deportivo (aet) 1 3 4  
 Deportivo 1 2 3  


Round of 32

The first leg matches were played on 26, 27 and 28 October while the second legs were played on 9, 10 and 11 November 2010.

Team 1   Agg.   Team 2   1st leg     2nd leg  
Murcia 1−5 Real Madrid 0−0 1−5
Real Unión 1−10 Sevilla 0−4 1−6
UD Logroñés 1−7 Valencia 0−3 1−4
Ceuta 1−7 Barcelona 0−2 1−5
Poli Ejido 1−3 Villarreal 1−1 0−2
Universidad LPGC 1−6 Atlético Madrid 0−5 1−1
Portugalete 1−1 (a) Getafe 1−1 0−0
Valladolid 1−3 Espanyol 0−2 1−1
Betis 2−2 (a) Zaragoza 0−1 2−1
Xerez 4−4 (a) Levante 2−3 2−1
Córdoba 3−3 (aet) (a) Racing Santander 2−0 1−3
Alcorcón 0−3 Athletic Bilbao 0−1 0−2
Osasuna 2−3 Deportivo 1−1 1−2
Real Sociedad 3−5 Almería 2−3 1−2
Mallorca 5−3 Sporting de Gijón 3−1 2−2
Hércules 2−3 Málaga 0−0 2−3

First leg

Second leg

Round of 16

The draw for the Round of 16, Quarterfinals and Semifinals was held on 18 November 2010 at 13:00 CET in the Ciudad del Fútbol de Las Rozas in Madrid.[4]

The first leg matches were played on 21 and 22 December while the second legs were played on 5 and 6 January 2011.

Team 1   Agg.   Team 2   1st leg     2nd leg  
Sevilla 8–3 Málaga 5–3 3–0
Córdoba 2–4(aet) Deportivo 1–1 1–3
Barcelona 1–1(a) Athletic Bilbao 0–0 1–1
Betis 4–3 Getafe 1–2 3–1
Almería 8–6 Mallorca 4–3 4–3
Valencia 2–4 Villarreal 0–0 2–4
Atlético Madrid 2–1 Espanyol 1–0 1–1
Real Madrid 8–2 Levante 8–0 0–2

First leg

Second leg

Quarterfinals

The first leg matches were played on 12 and 13 January while the second legs were played on 18, 19 and 20 January 2011.

Team 1   Agg.   Team 2   1st leg     2nd leg  
Villarreal 3–6 Sevilla 3–3 0–3
Almería 4–2 Deportivo 1–0 3–2
Barcelona 6–3 Betis 5–0 1–3
Real Madrid 4–1 Atlético Madrid 3–1 1–0

First leg

Second leg

Semifinals

The first leg matches were played on 26 January while the second legs were played on 2 February 2011.

Team 1   Agg.   Team 2   1st leg     2nd leg  
Barcelona 8–0 Almería 5–0 3–0
Sevilla 0–3 Real Madrid 0–1 0–2

First leg

Second leg

Final

20 April 2011
21:30 CEST
Barcelona 0 – 1 (a.e.t.) Real Madrid Estadio Mestalla, Valencia
Attendance: 55,000
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco
Report Ronaldo Goal 103'
Copa del Rey
2010–11 Winners
Real Madrid
18th Title

Top goalscorers

Last updated 20 April 2011

Goalscorers Goals Team
Argentina Lionel Messi
7
Barcelona
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo
7
Real Madrid
Argentina Leonardo Ulloa
6
Almería
France Karim Benzema
5
Real Madrid
Spain Rubén Castro
5
Betis
Spain Álvaro Negredo
5
Sevilla
Argentina Fernando Cavenaghi
4
Mallorca
Spain Adrián López
4
Deportivo
Spain Jorge Molina
4
Betis
Spain Pedro Rodríguez
4
Barcelona

References

  1. ^ "Round of 32 Draw". Marca.com. 2010-09-16. http://www.marca.com/2010/09/16/futbol/copa_rey/1284666875.html. Retrieved 2010-09-20. 
  2. ^ Los equipos de Primera entran en el bombo, MARCA.com (Spanish), 21 September 2010
  3. ^ Note: Mallorca, the fifth-placed team of the 2009–10 La Liga, were not admitted to the UEFA Europa League (initially qualified) due to their high debts. Because of that, RCD Mallorca are in the special pot 2 and it's not on pot 3.
  4. ^ "Final phase Draw". RFEF. 2010-11-12. http://www.rfef.es/GetDoc?UniqueKeyValue=26054&ShowPath=false&Download=true. Retrieved 2010-11-12. 

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