All DFB Cup winners since 1995 eliminated

From the dream of defending the title: Borussia Dortmund and striker Erling Haaland made a fool of themselves in the DFB Cup and missed the quarter-finals. After a very weak performance, the big favorites were beaten by the rebellious FC St. Pauli in the round of 16 at Millerntor 1:2 (0:2). “We’re really disappointed, especially because we brought a lot of energy here after the last two games. But there was no sign of this energy in the first ten or 15 minutes,” BVB coach Marco Rose.

Assuming a win against FC Hansa Rostock in the round of 16 duel this Wednesday in Leipzig (6.30 p.m.), last year’s finalist RB Leipzig is now the top favorite for the cup win. Because two other Bundesliga teams have already been eliminated. In the two first division duels between Hertha and Union and Hoffenheim and Freiburg, two other clubs from the upper house have to give up.

Second division club Hamburger SV won 4:3 at favored Bundesliga club 1. FC Köln in a curious penalty shoot-out. After 120 minutes it was 1-1. With the last shot, Cologne’s Florian Kainz hit the goal, but touched the ball twice. “I slipped away. It’s a difficult story for me personally. I’ll be able to deal with it,” Kainz quarreled.

VfL Bochum reached the next round with a 3-1 (0-1) win with a brace from striker Milos Pantovic against league rivals FSV Mainz 05. Meanwhile, Karlsruher SC is at the third division after a 1-0 (0-0) win at work 1860 Munich in the quarterfinals of the cup for the first time in 25 years.

Cup winners of the last 27 years eliminated

For the first time since the 2006/07 season, the quarter-finals of the DFB Cup will be played without BVB and record winners FC Bayern after the elimination of defending champion Dortmund. Bayern had already had to say goodbye in the previous round at the end of October after a 0:5 loss at Borussia Mönchengladbach.

And many other co-favorites and former title holders such as Eintracht Frankfurt and VfL Wolfsburg have already been eliminated. Bayern have won the cup 20 times in 24 final appearances, followed in the all-time list of winners by Werder Bremen (6/10), FC Schalke 04 (5/12), BVB (5/10) and Eintracht Frankfurt (5th). /8) – all discarded.

Of the teams still in the competition, Borussia Mönchengladbach was the last to win the pot in 1995. Borussia has to play at Hannover 96 this Wednesday (6.30 p.m.), cup winners from 1992.

The four other round of 16 will take place this Wednesday. Among other things, the Berlin derby between Hertha BSC and Union is pending. The quarter finals will be on 1./2. held in March.

All DFB Cup sensations at a glance

The list of the biggest cup surprises since 1974 at a glance:

1974/75:

VfB Eppingen (3rd division) – Hamburger SV 2:1

1978/79:

Southwest Ludwigshafen (3rd) – 1. FC Kaiserslautern 2:1

1979/80:

Hertha BSC Berlin – TuS Langerwehe (3rd) 0:0 aet and 1:2

1981/82:

Wuppertal SV (3rd) – Eintracht Braunschweig 1-0

1983/84:

SC Goettingen (3rd) – Eintracht Frankfurt 4:2

1. FC Bocholt (3rd) – Eintracht Braunschweig 3:1 a.e.t

1984/85:

SC Geislingen (3rd) – Hamburger SV 2-0

Eintracht Haiger (3rd) – Karlsruher SC 1:0 aet

1986/87:

FSV Mainz 05 (3.) – FC Schalke 0:4 1:0

BVL Remscheid (3rd) . 1 FC Kaiserslautern 3-0

1987/88:

VfL Wolfsburg (3rd) – Hannover 96 3:0

Viktoria Aschaffenburg (3rd) – 1. FC Cologne 1:0

1989/90:

Kickers Offenbach (3rd) – Bayer Uerdingen 2:1

Arminia Hannover (3rd) – FC Homburg 2:1

1. FC Pforzheim (3rd) – VfL Bochum 1:0

Kickers Offenbach (3rd) – Borussia Mönchengladbach 1:0 aet

1990/91:

FV Weinheim (3rd) – Bayern Munich 1-0

SpVgg Fürth (4th) – Borussia Dortmund 3: 1

1991/92:

TSV Havelse (3.) – 1. FC Nürnberg 1:1 n.V., 4:2 i.E.

1992/93:

Rot-Weiss Essen (3rd) – Schalke 04 2:0

Hertha BSC Berlin Amateurs (3rd) – 1. FC Nuremberg 2:1

1993/94:

Bayern Munich amateurs (3rd) – 1. FC Köln 0:0 aet, 5:4 on pens

1994/95:

Bayern Munich amateurs (3rd) – Werder Bremen 2:1

TSV Vestenbergsgreuth (3rd) – Bayern Munich 1-0

Stuttgarter Kickers (3rd) – SC Freiburg 3:1

Bayern Munich amateurs (3rd) – VfB Stuttgart 2:2 aet, 7:6 pt

1995/96:

FC Homburg (3.) – FC St. Pauli 2:1 n.V.

SpVgg Beckum (4th) – 1. FC Cologne 0: 0 aet, 4: 3 iE

SV Sandhausen (3rd) – VfB Stuttgart 2: 2 aet, 13:12 pts

FC Homburg (3rd) – 1860 Munich 2: 1

1996/97:

SG Wattenscheid 09 (3rd) – Borussia Dortmund 4:3 aet

1997/98:

SSV Ulm (3.) – 1. FC Köln 3:1

Hannover 96 (3rd) – Borussia Mönchengladbach 1:1 aet, 5:3 pts

Eintracht Trier (3rd) – FC Schalke 04 1:0

Hanover 96 (3rd) – 1860 Munich 2:0

Eintracht Trier (3rd) – Borussia Dortmund 2:1

1998/99:

Sportfreunde Siegen (3rd) – SC Freiburg 1:0

1999/00:

SV Babelsberg 03 (3rd) – SpVgg Unterhaching 1:0

Eintracht Trier (3rd) – 1860 Munich 2:1

2000/01:

VfB Stuttgart amateurs (3rd) – Eintracht Frankfurt 6:1

1. FC Magdeburg (4th) – 1. FC Cologne 5: 2

1. FC Magdeburg (4th) – Bayern Munich 1: 1 aet, 4: 3 on pens

Karlsruher SC (3rd) – Hamburger SV 1-0

Union Berlin (3rd) – VfL Bochum 1:0

2001/02:

KFC Uerdingen (3rd) – Energie Cottbus 1-0

VfL Osnabrück (3rd) – Hansa Rostock 2:1

VfL Wolfsburg amateurs (4th) – Borussia Dortmund 1-0

Darmstadt 98 (3.) – FC St. Pauli 3:1

SSV Ulm (5.) – 1. FC Nürnberg 2:1

KFC Uerdingen (3rd) – Werder Bremen 1: 1 aet, 4: 3 pts

Darmstadt 98 (4.) – SC Freiburg 3:3 n.V., 3:1 i.E.

2002/03:

Holstein Kiel (3.) – Hertha BSC Berlin 1:1 nV, 3:0 iE

SpVgg Unterhaching (3rd) – Hansa Rostock 3:2

2003/04:

Eintracht Braunschweig (3rd) – 1. FC Kaiserslautern 4:1

Eintracht Braunschweig (3rd) – Hannover 96 2:0

1899 Hoffenheim (3rd) – Bayer Leverkusen 3:2

2004/05:

SC Paderborn (3rd) – Hamburger SV 4: 2 *

Bayern Munich (A/3.) – Borussia Mönchengladbach 1:1 aet, 7:6 pt

Eintracht Braunschweig (3rd) – Hertha BSC 3:2

*This match was officiated by then referee Robert Hoyzer, who was later sentenced to two years and five months in prison for tampering with football games.

2005/06:

FC St. Pauli (3.) – Hertha BSC 4:3 n.V.

FC St. Pauli (3.) – Werder Bremen 3:1

2006/07: Stuttgarter Kickers (3rd) – Hamburger SV 4: 3 aet

FK Pirmasens (3rd) – Werder Bremen 1: 1 aet, 4: 2 on pens

SC Pfullendorf (3rd) – Arminia Bielefeld 2:1

1. FC Saarbrücken (3rd) – FSV Mainz 05 1:0

VfL Osnabrück (3rd) – Borussia Mönchengladbach 2:1

2007/08:

Rot-Weiss Essen (3rd) – Energie Cottbus 2: 2 nV, 6: 5 nE

Wuppertal SV (3rd) – Hertha BSC 2-0

2009/10:

VfB Lübeck (4th) – FSV Mainz 05 2: 1 aet

Eintracht Trier (4th) – Hanover 96 3:1

VfL Osnabrück (3rd) – Hamburger SV 3:3 nV, 4:2 IE

VfL Osnabrück (3rd) – Borussia Dortmund 3: 2 (2: 0)

2010/11:

Chemnitzer FC (4.) – FC St. Pauli 1:0

SV Elversberg (4th) – Hannover 96 0: 0 nV, 5: 4 iE

Kickers Offenbach (3rd) – Borussia Dortmund 0:0 aet, 4:2 pts

2011/12:

RB Leipzig (4.) -VfL Wolfsburg 3:2

SpVgg Unterhaching (3rd) – SC Freiburg 3:2

1. FC Heidenheim (3rd) – Werder Bremen 2:1

Holstein Kiel (4th) – FSV Mainz 05 2-0

2012/13:

Berlin AK 07 (4th) – 1899 Hoffenheim 4: 0

Kickers Offenbach (3rd) – SpVgg Greuther Furth 2-0

Karlsruher SC (3rd) – Hamburger SV 4:2

Wormatia Worms (4.) – Hertha BSC (2.) 2:1

TSV Havelse (4.) – 1. FC Nürnberg 3:2 n.V.

Prussia Munster (3rd) – Werder Bremen 4: 2 a.e.t

Kickers Offenbach (3rd) – Fortuna Dusseldorf 2-0

2013/14:

1. FC Saarbrücken (3rd) – Werder Bremen 3: 1 aet

Darmstadt 98 (3rd) – Borussia Mönchengladbach 0:0 aet, 5:4 pts

SC Wiedenbrück 2000 (4th) – Fortuna Dusseldorf (2nd) 1-0

2014/15:

Chemnitzer FC (3.) – 1. FSV Mainz 05 5:5 n.V., 5:4 i.E.

1. FC Magdeburg (4.) – FC Augsburg 1:0

Dynamo Dresden (3.) – FC Schalke 04 2:1

Arminia Bielefeld (3rd) – Hertha BSC 0: 0 aet, 4: 2 iE

Arminia Bielefeld (3rd) – Werder Bremen 3: 1

Arminia Bielefeld (3rd) – Borussia Mönchengladbach 1:1 aet, 5:4 pt

2015/16:

Carl Zeiss Jena (4th) – Hamburger SV 3:2 aet

SpVgg Unterhaching (4th) – FC Ingolstadt 2:1

Viktoria Cologne (4th) – Union Berlin (2nd) 2: 1

SSV Reutlingen (5th) – Karlsruher SC (2nd) 3: 1

Erzgebirge Aue (3rd) – Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0

SpVgg Unterhaching (4th) – RB Leipzig (2nd) 3: 0

2016/17:

Sportfreunde Lotte (3rd) – Werder Bremen 2:1

Astoria Walldorf (4th) – VfL Bochum (2nd) 4: 3 aet

Hallescher FC (3rd) – 1st FC Kaiserslautern (2nd) 4: 3 nV

Sportfreunde Lotte (3) – Bayer Leverkusen 2:2 aet, 4:3 pt

SC Freiburg – SV Sandhausen (2nd) 3: 3 nV, 3: 4 iE

Astoria Walldorf (4th) – Darmstadt 98 1:0

SpVgg Greuther Furth (2nd) – FSV Mainz 05 2:1

2017/18:

VfL Osnabrück (3rd) – Hamburger SV 3: 1

1. FC Magdeburg (3.) – FC Augsburg 1:0

1. FC Schweinfurt 05 (4th) – SV Sandhausen 2:1

2018/19:

SSV Ulm (4th) – Eintracht Frankfurt 2: 1

Hansa Rostock (3rd) – VfB Stuttgart 2:0

SV Rödinghausen (4th) – Dynamo Dresden (2nd) 3:2 aet

SC Weiche Flensburg (4th) – VfL Bochum (2nd) 1-0

BSG Chemie Leipzig (5th) – Jahn Regensburg (2nd) 2:1

2019/20:

SC Verl (4th) – FC Augsburg 2:1

1. FC Kaiserslautern (3rd) – FSV Mainz 05 2-0

1. FC Saarbrücken (4th) – Jahn Regensburg (2nd) 3:2

1. FC Saarbrücken (4th) – 1. FC Cologne 3:2

1. FC Saarbrücken (4) – Karlsruher SC (2nd) 0:0 aet, 5:3 pt

1. FC Saarbrücken (4th) – Fortuna Dusseldorf 1: 1 aet, 7: 6 pts

2020/21:

Rot-Weiss Essen (4th) – Arminia Bielefeld 1-0

Rot-Weiss Essen (4th) – Fortuna Dusseldorf (2nd) 3: 2)

Holstein Kiel (2nd) – Bayern Munich 2: 2 nV, 6: 5 nE

Rot-Weiss Essen (4th) – Bayer Leverkusen 2:1 a.e.t

2021/22:

SV Babelsberg 03 (4th) – SpVgg Greuther Fürth 2: 2 nV, 5: 4 nE

Waldhof Mannheim (3rd) – Eintracht Frankfurt 2: 0 (0: 0)

Prussia Munster (4th) – VfL Wolfsburg 2: 0 (decision at the green table due to VfL substitution error)

Bayer Leverkusen – Karlsruher SC (2nd) 1: 2 (0: 1)

Borussia Mönchengladbach – Bayern Munich 5: 0 (3: 0)

FC St. Pauli (2.) – Borussia Dortmund 2:1 (2:0)