Thuringian State Cup
|Thuringian State Cup|
|Full name||Köstritzer Cup|
|Game mode||Knockout system|
|Title holder||FC Carl Zeiss Jena (11th title)|
|Record winner||FC Carl Zeiss Jena (11 titles)|
|Website||Thuringian State Cup|
|Qualification for||DFB Cup|
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The Thuringian State Cup (officially Köstritzer Pokal - Thuringia , partly also TFV-Pokal or Thuringian State Cup ) is the association cup of the Thuringian Football Association . The winner of the TFV Cup automatically qualifies for the DFB Cup .
Qualification and game mode
All third league , regional league , upper league , Thuringian league and regional class clubs in Thuringia are automatically qualified for the Thuringian State Cup. The nine district cup winners also qualify. Since the 2007/08 season, however, only one team per club has been allowed to participate.
It will be played in six rounds in the knockout system . The respective pairings are determined by lot. Each team has only one game per round, which is extended after 90 minutes in the event of a tie and, if necessary, decided in a penalty shoot-out. The third division as well as some ausgeloste teams have one in the first round of the competition bye .
Previous title holder
With eleven titles, FC Carl Zeiss Jena is the record cup winner. FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt has the most finals with 17 finals. FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt also achieved most of the title wins in a row with four cup wins in the years 2000 to 2003.
|rank||society||Cup victories||Final participation|
|1||FC Carl Zeiss Jena 1||11||16|
|2||FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt 2||10||17th|
|5||1. FC Gera 03||1||2|
|SV Schott Jena 3||1||2|
|7th||SV 1910 Kahla||1||1|
|8th||BSG Wismut Gera 4||2|
|10||1. Suhler SV||1|
|SSV Erfurt North||1|
|1. SC 1911 Heiligenstadt||1|
|FSV Prussia Bad Langensalza||1|
2The title in 2005 was won by the 2nd team of FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt, FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt II . In addition, FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt II took part in the finals in 2004 .
3Including participation in the final by SV JENAer Glas in 1993.
4thIncluding the final participation by the FSV Wismut Gera ( ) in 1992.
The highest number of spectators in the history of the competition was reached on November 15, 2005 in Erfurt. After the two big rivals Rot-Weiß Erfurt and Carl Zeiss Jena only met in the final in recent years, the duel was drawn for the first time for the quarter-finals. In front of 11,000 spectators, the Jena won 4-2 on penalties.
- Köstritzer Cup - Thuringia 2014/2015. In: tfv-erfurt.de. April 28, 2008, accessed June 7, 2015 .