NB: played Oct 7, 1979-Feb 27, 1980 The away goal rule as used in the previous two seasons was abolished; instead, if two teams obtained an equal number of points in the two matches (regardless of actual goals scored), extra time was played, followed by a penalty shoot-out if necessary. Participants: Aruba: R.C.A. (champions), Estrella (runners-up) Bonaire: Real Rincon (champions), Juventus (runners-up) Curaçao: S.U.B.T. (champions), Jong Colombia (runners-up) Round 1 First Legs [Oct 7] S.U.B.T. 4-0 Juventus R.C.A. 0-2 Jong Colombia Real Rincon 0-0 Dakota Second Legs [Oct 14] Juventus 0-1 S.U.B.T. [protest Juventus] Jong Colombia 0-1 R.C.A. [aet, 3-3 pen; shoot-out abandoned as losers were Dakota 3-1 Real Rincon certain to qualify as best losers] NB: due to the protest of Juventus, the semifinals were postponed for several months; by the time Juventus' protest was rejected, both Dakota and R.C.A. had withdrawn in protest to the "organisation", leaving only the two Curaçao teams in the tournament. Semifinals S.U.B.T. w/o Dakota Jong Colombia w/o R.C.A. Final First Leg [Feb 24, 1980] S.U.B.T. 0-1 Jong Colombia Second Leg [Feb 27, 1980] Jong Colombia 0-0 S.U.B.T.
1978/79 (Dutch Antilles)
1980/81 (Dutch Antilles)
list of champions Dutch Antilles
list of champions Curaçao
list of champions Aruba
list of champions Bonaire
Sources: Amigoe di Curaçao, [Mar 08]
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