2011–12 Copa del Rey


2011–12 Copa del Rey
2011–12 Copa del Rey
Country  Spain
Teams 84
Matches played 52
Goals scored 147 (2.83 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Tunisia Lassad Nouioui
Spain Nauzet Alemán
(4 each)

The 2011–12 Copa del Rey is the 108th staging of the Copa del Rey. The competition began on August 31, 2011 and will end on May 20 or 25, 2012 with the final, depending on whether any of the finalists qualify for the UEFA Champions League final on May 19, 2012. The winners will qualify for the group stage of the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League.[1] Real Madrid are the defending champions.

Contents

Calendar

Round Date Fixtures Clubs Notes
First round 31 August 2011 18 84 → 66 Clubs participating in Tercera and Segunda División B gain entry.
Second Round 6–8 September 2011 23 66 → 43 Clubs participating in Segunda División gain entry.
Third Round 12 October 2011 11 43 → 32
Round of 32 9 November
8; 13–15 December 2011
16 32 → 16 Clubs participating in La Liga gain entry.
Europa League teams will bring forward their first leg matches to 8 December.
20–22 December 2011
Round of 16 3–5 January 2012 8 16 → 8
10–12 January 2012
Quarterfinals 17–19 January 2012 4 8 → 4
24–26 January 2012
Semifinals 1–2 February 2012 2 4 → 2
8–9 February 2012
Final 20 or 25 May 2012 1 2 → 1

Qualified teams

The following teams compete in the Copa del Rey 2011–12:

20 teams of 2010–11 La Liga:

20 teams of 2010–11 Segunda División (Barcelona B and Villarreal B are excluded for being reserve teams):

26 teams of 2010–11 Segunda División B. Teams that qualified are the top five teams of each of the 4 groups (excluding reserve teams) and the six with the highest number of points out of the remaining non-reserve teams (*):

18 teams of 2010–11 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):

Teams in bold are still active in the competition

First round

The matches were played on 31 August 2011.

Alcalá, Cádiz, Sant Andreu, San Roque, Albacete, Roquetas, Orihuela and Alavés received a bye.

Second round

The matches were played on 6, 7 and 8 September 2011.

Third Round

The draw for the third round was held on 15 September 2011 at 13:00 CEST at the Ciudad del Fútbol de Las Rozas in Madrid.[3]

The matches were played on 12 October 2011.

Real Oviedo received a bye.

Final phase

The draw for the Round of 32 was held on 14 October 2011 at 13:00 CEST in La Ciudad del Fútbol in Las Rozas, Madrid.[4]

Like previous years, Segunda División B teams will play against the La Liga teams which qualified for European competitions, this is: four teams from Pot 1 (Segunda B) were drawn against four teams from pot 2a (Champions) and the three remaining teams in pot 1 were drawn in the same way with the pot 2b teams (Europa League). The five teams in pot 4 (Segunda División) will be drawn against five teams of the thirteen remaining teams of La Liga (Pot 4). The remaining eight teams of La Liga will face each other. The lowest ranked teams from each match will play at home on the first leg and if two teams from a match play in the same division then the first one to come out of the draw will play at home first.[4]

The first leg will be played around 13 December 2011 except for matches involving teams from Pot 2b, which will be played on 8 December 2011 (due to Europa League – Round 6, except for Sevilla which were eliminated from the competition) and the match involving Barcelona which will be played on 9 November 2011 (due to Barcelona's pariticipation at the FIFA Club World Cup). The second leg will be played around 21 December 2011.[4]

Pot 1
(Segunda División B)
Pot 2a
(Champions League)
Pot 2b
(Europa League)
Pot 3
(Segunda División)
Pot 4
(rest of Primera División)
Albacete
Cádiz
L'Hospitalet
Mirandés
Real Oviedo
Ponferradina
San Roque
Real Madrid (holders)
Barcelona
Valencia
Villarreal
Athletic Bilbao
Atlético Madrid
Sevilla
Alcorcón
Almería
Celta
Córdoba
Deportivo La Coruña
Betis
Espanyol
Getafe
Granada
Levante
Málaga
Mallorca
Osasuna
Racing Santander
Rayo Vallecano
Real Sociedad
Sporting de Gijón
Zaragoza

Round of 32

The first leg matches will be played on 9 November, 8 and 13 December while the second legs will be played around 21 December 2011.

Team 1   Agg.   Team 2   1st leg     2nd leg  
L'Hospitalet Barcelona 0–1 21 December
Albacete Atlético Madrid 8 December 21 December
Real Oviedo Athletic Bilbao 8 December 21 December
Cádiz Valencia 13 December 21 December
Ponferradina Real Madrid 13 December 21 December
Mirandés Villarreal 13 December 21 December
San Roque Sevilla 13 December 21 December
Almería Osasuna 13 December 21 December
Alcorcón Zaragoza 13 December 21 December
Celta Espanyol 13 December 21 December
Córdoba Betis 13 December 21 December
Deportivo La Coruña Levante 13 December 21 December
Mallorca Sporting de Gijón 13 December 21 December
Racing Santander Rayo Vallecano 13 December 21 December
Getafe Málaga 13 December 21 December
Real Sociedad Granada 13 December 21 December

First leg

Second leg

Top goalscorers

Last updated 12 October 2011

Goalscorers Goals Team
Tunisia Lassad Nouioui
4
Deportivo La Coruña
Spain Nauzet Alemán
4
Valladolid
Spain Alberto Morales
3
Andorra
Spain Jesús Rubio
3
San Roque
Nigeria Kabiru Akinsola
3
Cádiz
Brazil Yuri de Souza
3
Ponferradina
Spain Adrián Fernández
2
Cerceda
Spain Borja Rubiato
2
Real Oviedo
Spain Borja Valle
2
Ponferradina
Spain David Prats
2
L'Hospitalet
Spain Fernando Soriano
2
Almería
Serbia Goran Drulić
2
Andorra
Spain Iago Aspas
2
Celta
Spain Iván Agustín
2
Mirandés
Spain Jon Altuna
2
Eibar
Spain Manuel García
2
Logroñés
Spain Marc Mas
2
Llagostera
Spain Omar Monterde
2
Alcoyano
Spain Pablo Carnero
2
Marino
Spain Pablo de Lucas
2
Salamanca
Spain Sergio Cirio
2
L'Hospitalet
Spain Tonino
2
Leganés
Spain Urko Vera
2
Hércules
Spain Víctor Fernández
2
Leganés

Players shown in bold are still active in the competition.

References

External links


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Copa del Rey de Fútbol — Copa de Su Majestad el Rey Copa del Rey de fútbol 2011 12 Deporte …   Wikipedia Español

  • Copa del Rey de Baloncesto 2008–09 — Copa del Rey de Baloncesto 2008 09 logo The Copa del Rey 2008 09 was the 73rd edition of the Spanish basketball Cup. It was managed by the ACB and was disputed in Madrid, Community of Madrid in the Palacio de Deportes between days 19 and 22 of… …   Wikipedia

  • Copa del Rey — For the basketball tournament, see Copa del Rey de Baloncesto. Copa del Rey Founded 1902 Region …   Wikipedia

  • Copa del Rey (hockey sur glace) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Copa del Rey. Infobox compétition sportive Copa del Rey Création 1972 Organisateur(s) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Copa del Rey de Baloncesto 2003–04 — The Copa del Rey 2003 04 was the 68th edition of the Spanish basketball Cup. It was organized by the ACB and wwas disputed in Sevilla in the Palacio Municipal de Deportes San Pablo between days 26 and 29 of February, 2004. The winning team was… …   Wikipedia

  • Copa del Rey de Baloncesto 2004–05 — The Copa del Rey 2004 05 was the 69th edition of the Spanish basketball Cup. It was organized by the ACB and wwas disputed in Zaragoza in the Principe Felipe Arena between days 17 and 20 of February. The winning team was Unicaja Málaga. Contents… …   Wikipedia

  • Copa del Rey de Baloncesto 2005–06 — The Copa del Rey 2005 06 was the 70th edition of the Spanish basketball Cup. It was organized by the ACB and was disputed in Madrid in the Palacio de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid between the 16th and 19th of February. The winning team was… …   Wikipedia

  • Copa del Rey de Baloncesto 2006–07 — The Copa del Rey 2006 07 was the 71st edition of the Spanish basketball Cup. It was organized by the ACB and was disputed in Málaga, Andalusia in the Jose Maria Martin Carpena Arena between days 8 and 11 of February. The winning team was… …   Wikipedia

  • Copa del Rey de Baloncesto 2000–01 — The Copa del Rey 2000 01 was the 65th edition of the Spanish basketball Cup. It was organized by the ACB and was disputed in Málaga in the Palacio Martín Carpena between days 15 and 18 of March, 2001. The winning team was FC Barcelona. Contents 1 …   Wikipedia

  • Copa del Rey de Baloncesto 2007–08 — The Copa del Rey 2007 08 was the 72nd edition of the Spanish basketball Cup. It was organized by the ACB and was disputed in Vitoria Gasteiz, Basque Country in the Fernando Buesa Arena Arena between days 7 and 10 of February. The winning team was …   Wikipedia