COPA DEL REY 1986 Played by 142 teams: - all 18 teams of First Division . - all 20 teams of Second Division. - 26 (out of 40) teams of Second Division B: - the 4 relegated from Second Division the previous season - top 10 of both 2 groups of Second Division B the previous season (4 of which were promoted) - all 6 teams promoted from Third Division - 78 (out of 282) of Third Division: top 6 of each of the 14 groups the previous season (6 were promoted) All teams starting at the First Round, except those playing European competition, which get a bye until they are eliminated of the European Cups, or the Round of 16. FIRST ROUND Played by 12 of First Division, 20 teams of Second Division, 26 of Second Division B and 78 teams of Third Division in order to qualify 72 teams. Eight teams receveid a bye Bye: Barcelona (E1), Atlético Madrid (E2), Athletic Bilbao, Real Madrid, Osasuna and Sporting Gijón (E3) None of the teams of First Division was eliminated. SECOND ROUND Played by Sporting Gijón and the 72 winners of the First Round in order to qualify 41 teams. Nine teams received a bye. Bye: Barcelona (E1), Atlético Madrid (E2), Athletic Bilbao, Real Madrid, Osasuna (E3) Only one team of First Division was eliminated: Jerez Dep. - Cádiz 1-1, 3-1 THIRD ROUND November 13 and 27 Alcorcón - Osasuna (Pamplona) 0-1, 0-5 Polidep. Almería - Recreativo Huelva 1-4, 0-1 D Aragón (Zaragoza) - Valencia 1-2, 1-6 Baracaldo - Castellón 1-0, 0-3 R Betis (Sevilla) - R Mallorca 1-1, 1-3 Castilla (Madrid) - Orihuela 1-0, 0-0 Deportivo Coruña - Lleida 0-1, 1-4 Eibar - R Zaragoza 1-2, 0-5 Jerez Dep. - Celta (Vigo) 0-1, 0-2 Lalín - Las Palmas 0-3, 1-11 (1) CD Málaga* - Lorca Dep. 1-0, 0-1 PEN Mallorca Atlético - Hércules 1-1, 1-2 Mensajero (SC La Palma) - Logroñés 0-1, 0-2 (2) CP Mérida - Sevilla 0-2, 2-4 Mestalla (Valencia) - Racing Santander 0-3, 2-1 R Murcia - Real Burgos 0-0, 1-4 R Oviedo - R Sociedad (S Sebastián) 2-1, 2-2 Plasencia - Español (Barcelona) 1-5, 1-3 Sabadell - Granada 4-0, 1-0 R Valladolid - Rayo Vallecano 0-0, 0-1 Tenerife - Sporting Gijón 2-0, 1-2 (1) Second leg, November 21st (2) Second leg, November 19th Bye: Barcelona (E1), Atlético Madrid (E2), Athletic Bilbao, Real Madrid (E3) FOURTH ROUND December 11 and January 8 Hércules - Recreativo Huelva 2-1, 0-2 Las Palmas - Castellón 1-1, 2-4 Lleida - Rayo Vallecano (Madrid) 1-0, 1-1 Logroñés - Racing Santander 1-1, 1-3 Osasuna (Pamplona) - Real Burgos 1-0, 0-2 R Oviedo - Español (Barcelona) 2-0, 2-3 Sevilla* - R Mallorca 1-0, 0-1 PEN Valencia - Tenerife 0-1, 1-3 R Zaragoza - CD Málaga 2-0, 1-1 (3) (3) Second leg, January 14th Bye: Barcelona (E1), Atlético Madrid (E2), Athletic Bilbao, Real Madrid (E3) and, by draw, Castilla (Madrid), Celta (Vigo) and Sabadell ROUND OF 16 January a5th and February 5th Castellón - Athletic Bilbao 0-0, 0-4 Celta (Vigo)* - R Oviedo 1-0, 0-1 PEN Lleida - Barcelona 0-1, 0-0 Real Madrid - Recreativo Huelva 5-0, 1-3 Racing Santander - Atlético Madrid 1-0, 0-2 Sevilla - Castilla (Madrid) 1-1, 0-1 Tenerife - Sabadell 1-0, 1-5 R Zaragoza - Real Burgos 1-0, 2-1 (4) (4) January 29th and February 12th QUARTER FINALS February 12th and 26th Atlético Madrid - Barcelona 1-2, 0-0 Castilla (Madrid) - R Zaragoza 2-1, 0-7 (5) Celta (Vigo) - Real Madrid 0-0, 0-4 Sabadell - Athletic Bilbao* 1-1, 1-1 PEN (5) First leg, February 20th SEMIFINALS March 12 and April 9 Barcelona - Athletic Bilbao 1-0, 2-1 R Zaragoza - Real Madrid 2-0, 2-3 FINAL Played at Vicente Calderón (Madrid), April 26th REAL ZARAGOZA - BARCELONA 1-0 Goals: 1-0 35' Rubén Sosa R Zaragoza: Cedrún, Casuco, Julià, García Cortés, Güerri, Juan Carlos, Señor, Herrera, Rubén Sosa (Casajús), Pineda, Pardeza (Corchado) Barcelona: Urruti, Sánchez, Alexanko, Migueli, Julio Alberto, Schuster, Víctor, Esteban (Marcos), Calderé, Pichi Alonso, Carrasco (Clos) Referee: Sánchez Arminio
COPA DE LA LIGA 1985 - 86 Played by 22 teams: - all 18 clubs of First Division. - 3 teams of Second Division: Real Oviedo, Sestao SC and Albacete, as champions of Copa Liga of Second Div. and Second Div. B the previous season - none of Second Division B - 1 team of Third Division: Conquense (Cuenca) >From Second Round to the Final, a lot of the best Spanish and foreign players couldn't participate, as they were preparing World Cup 1986. It have an special effect on Real Madrid and Barcelona (which meet in Second round with a Catalan win 0-4). In spite of it, FC Barcelona was champion (only 2 players of the starting list in this final had played the European final 37 days before) FIRST ROUND May 1st and 8th 1986 Cádiz - R Sporting Gijón 0-1, 0-0 Celta (Vigo) - Español (Barcelona) 3-2, 0-2 Conquense (Cuenca) - Valencia 2-2, 1-3 Osasuna (Pamplona) - R Betis (Sevilla) 2-2, 2-3 (1) R Oviedo* - Racing Santander 3-0, 0-3 PEN Real Sociedad (SS) - Athletic Bilbao 2-1, 2-2 (2) Sestao SC - Las Palmas 2-0, 1-2 R Valladolid - Albacete 5-1, 3-4 R Zaragoza - Hércules (Alicante) 2-1, 2-0 (1) Second leg, May 4th (2) First leg, May 4th Bye: Barcelona (plays Final of European Cup on May 7th) Atlético Madrid (plays Final of Europen Cup Winners' Cup on May 2nd) Real Madrid (plays Finals of UEFA Cup on May 1st and 6th) Sevilla (final of European Cup is played in its stadium, Sánchez Pizjuán, on May 7th) SECOND ROUND May 11th and 18th Atlético Madrid - Real Valladolid 3-3, 1-0 Barcelona - Real Madrid 2-2, 4-0 Real Oviedo - Real Sociedad (S.Sebastián) 2-1, 0-4 (3) Sevilla - Sestao SC 0-0, 0-1 (3) Valencia - Español (Barcelona) 5-2, 1-1 (3) May 14th and 21st Bye: R Betis, Sporting Gijón and Real Zaragoza, by draw Sestao SC is the only Second Division ever to reach Quarter-finals, in spite than Second Div. league was still being played in the same weeks. QUARTER FINALS May 25th and 29th Barcelona - Sporting Gijón 1-0, 2-2 aet (4) Real Sociedad (Donostia) - Real Zaragoza 1-0, 1-3 Sestao SC - Atlético Madrid 3-2, 0-2 Valencia - R Betis (Sevilla) 1-2, 1-2 (4) (4) First leg, May 24th SEMIFINALS June 5th and 8th Atlético Madrid - Barcelona 0-1, 1-1 Real Zaragoza - Real Betis (Sevilla) 1-2, 1-1 FINAL REAL BETIS - FC BARCELONA 1-0 Played at Benito Villamarín (Sevilla), June 11th Goals: 1-0 Calderón REAL BETIS: Cervantes, Diego, Quico, Hadzibegic, Alex, Ortega, Medina, Parra, Gabino, Romo (Suárez), Calderón (Reyes). FC BARCELONA (T. Venables): Amador, Gerardo (Capella), Fradera, Manolo, Pedraza, Salva, Moratalla, Villarroya, Sánchez (López López), Nayim, Esteban. Referee: Ramos Marco FC BARCELONA - REAL BETIS (SEVILLA) 2-0 Played at Camp Nou (Barcelona), June 14th FC BARCELONA (T. Venables): Amador, Fradera, Salva, Manolo, Pedraza, Alexanco, Moratalla, Sánchez, Amarilla, Nayim (Villarroya), Esteban (López López). REAL BETIS: Cervantes, Diego, Quico, Hadzibegic, Alex, Ortega (Suárez), Medina, Parra, Gabino, Romo, Calderón. Referee: Urizar Azpitarte Champion: FC BARCELONA. (This was the only title for Barcelona this season, after finishing second in European Cup, Spanish League, Spanish Cup and Spanish SuperCup)
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