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1924 Copa del Rey

1924 Copa del Rey
Country Spain
Teams 10
Champions Real Union
Runners-up Real Madrid
Matches played 20
Goals scored 79 (3.95 per match)

The Copa del Rey 1924 (known at that time as King Alfonso XIII's Cup) was the 24th edition of the Copa del Rey.

The competition started on March 23, 1924 and concluded on May 4, 1924 with the Final, held at the Estadio de Atotxa in San Sebastián, in which Real Union lifted the trophy for the 3rd time ever with a 1–0 victory over Real Madrid.

Teams

Preliminary round

First leg:
March 23, 1924
FC Barcelona 8–1 RSA Stadium de Zaragoza
Sporting Gijón 7–0 Racing Santander
Second leg:
March 30, 1924
RSA Stadium de Zaragoza 0–9 FC Barcelona agg:1–17
Racing Santander 2–3 Sporting Gijón agg:2–10

Quarterfinals

First leg:
March 23, 1924
Real Madrid 4–0 Natacion
Sevilla 1–1 Real Union
Celta Vigo 1–1 Athletic Bilbao
April 6, 1924
FC Barcelona 2–0 Sporting Gijón
Second leg:
March 30, 1924
Natacion 2–3 Real Madrid agg:2–7
Real Union 2–0 Sevilla FC agg:3–1
Athletic Bilbao 6–1 Celta Vigo agg:7–2
April 13, 1924
Sporting Gijón 2–0 FC Barcelona
Tie break:
April 16, 1924
FC Barcelona 3–1 Sporting Gijón agg:5–3

Semifinals

First leg:
April 6, 1924
Athletic Bilbao 3–1 Real Madrid
April 20, 1924
Real Union 1–0 FC Barcelona
Second leg:
April 13, 1924
Real Madrid 3–0 Athletic Bilbao
April 27, 1924
FC Barcelona 2–0 Real Union
Tie Break:
April 15, 1924
Real Madrid 1–0 Athletic Bilbao agg:5–3
April 30, 1924
Real Union 6–1 FC Barcelona agg:7–3

Final

May 4, 1924
Real Union 1–0 Real Madrid
Echeveste  58'
Atotxa, San Sebastián
Referee: Fermín Sánchez
Copa del Rey 1924 winners
Real Union de Irun
3rd title

References

  • Linguasport.com
  • RSSSF.com
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