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2013–14 Hazfi Cup

2013–14 Hazfi Cup
Jame Azadsazi Khorramshahr
Country  Iran
Dates 4 September 2013 (2013-09-04) – 14 February 2014 (2014-02-14)
Teams 103
Champions Tractor Sazi (1st title)
Runners-up Mes Kerman
Matches played 51
Goals scored 144 (2.82 per match)
Top goal scorer(s) Edinho (4 goals)
Best player Karim Ansarifard

The 2013–14 Hazfi Cup were the 27th season of the Iranian football knockout competition. Sepahan was the defending champion, but was eliminated by Sanat Naft in Round of 32. The competition started on 4 September 2013 and ended on 14 February 2014. Tractor Sazi won the title with defeating Mes Kerman in the final.

Participating teams

Totally 103 teams participate in the 2013–14 season. These teams are divided into four main groups which are introduced here.


Group 1 (Start their matches from the first round)

  • In total 26 teams (24 teams from 24 different provinces in Iran (each province: one), 1 additional team from Tehran province, 1 team from Kish).


Group 2 (Start their matches from the second round)

  • In total 7 teams (7 teams from 7 different provinces in Iran).


Group 3 (Start their matches from the third round)


2nd Division League



Azadegan League


Group 4 (Start their matches from the fourth round)


Iran Pro League


First stage

In the First Stage of “2013–14 Hazfi Cup”, 82 teams will be presented. In this stage three rounds will be done, and finally, 13 teams will be qualified for the Second Stage.

The first round will be started with 54 teams. From this round, 26 teams are allowed to go to the second round. The winners of second round will play in the third round, and finally, 14 teams will go through the Second Stage (fourth round).[1]

First Round

Second Round

Third Round

Fourth Round

Second stage

Fifth Round (Round of 32)

Sixth Round (Round of 16)

Quarter-Final (1/4 Final - Last 8)

Semi-Final (1/2 Final - Last 4)

Final

Bracket

Round of 32 Round of 16 Quarter-Final Semi-Final Final
                             
H Esteghlal 1
A Caspian Qazvin 0
H Esteghlal 2
A Malavan 0
H Malavan 1
A Mes Rafsanjan 0
A Esteghlal 1
H Zob Ahan 0
H Payam Sanat Amol 1
A Zob Ahan 2
H Zob Ahan 1
A Naft Tehran 0
H Naft Tehran 3
A Parseh Tehran 1
H Esteghlal 1
A Mes Kerman 2
H Saba Qom 0
A Naft Omidiyeh 1
A Naft Omidiyeh 1
H Mes Kerman 2
H Shahrdari Dezful 1
A Mes Kerman 3
H Mes Kerman 3
A Sanat Naft 1
H Gostaresh Foolad (W/o)
A Minab Toyur Hormozgan
A Gostaresh Foolad 1(2)
H Sanat Naft 1(4)
H Sanat Naft 1
A Sepahan 0
Mes Kerman 0
Tractor Sazi 1
H Persepolis 5
A Padideh Mashhad 1
H Persepolis 2
A Alvand Hamedan 0
H Alvand Hamedan 1(6)
A Esteghlal Khuzestan 1(5)
A Persepolis 1(0)
H Foolad 1(3)
H Foolad Novin Ahvaz (W/o)
A Fajr Sepasi
A Foolad Novin Ahvaz
H Foolad (W/o)
H Foolad (W/o)
A Foolad Yazd
A Foolad 0
H Tractor Sazi 1
H Rah Ahan Sorinet 7
A Talar Vahdat Hamedan 2
A Rah Ahan Sorinet 1
H Damash Gilan 0
H Damash Gilan (W/o)
A Yazd Louleh
H Rah Ahan Sorinet 0
A Tractor Sazi 2
H Saipa 0(3)
A Naft Masjed Soleyman 0(4)
H Naft Masjed Soleyman 0
A Tractor Sazi 2
H Tractor Sazi (W/o)
A Machine Sazi Tabriz

Note: H: Home team, A: Away team

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.khabaronline.ir/detail/309081/sport/premiere-league
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