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The German’s Women DFB Cup

The DFB-Pokal Frauen is Germany's main national women's football cup competition, and hence the DFB-female Pokal's equivalent. It was formed in 1980 and has included Eastern teams since 1991. 

VfL Wolfsburg is the most recent winner (five consecutive titles). With nine titles, FFC Frankfurt holds the record. With the exception of 1983, the final has always been contested on the same day as the men's final. As a result, the final has been held in Berlin since 1985. It was only in 1983 that it was held in Frankfurt. This routine was altered in 2010 when the DFB awarded the final to the city of Cologne. It was often held in the city, at the RheinEnergieStadion. To attract further coverage, the final is usually held on a weekend or holiday in early May, apart from the men's finale.

 

DFB Pokal Frauen LogoDFB Pokal Frauen Logo

The Qualification

Both Bundesliga and 2nd Bundesliga clubs, as well as clubs promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga, are qualified to play in the cup. The cup also contains the champions of the regional cup competitions. Clubs' second teams are exempt from these regulations and are not permitted to compete in the DFB-Pokal. If a second team wins its regional cup, the regional association can send another team to the DFB-Pokal only if the cup-winning second team has not already been promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga. 

Not all participating teams must play in the first round. Since the tournament requires exactly 32 teams to play in the second round, the number of matches in the first round is decided by the number of excess teams, resulting in one match for each team after the 32nd. The teams who do not have to play in the first round are the highest finishers from the previous Bundesliga season, with the number decided by the number of entrants. The pairings for rounds one, two, and three are not totally arbitrary because a committee assigns the clubs to two or four classes as they see fit. These groups correspond to the clubs' geographical origins. 

The commission may decide not to assign the contestants to any groups in the third round. Clubs are divided within those categories once again, this time dependent on the league in which they participate. For the draw, clubs from the Bundesligas are placed in one pool, while the others are placed in a second pot. Non-Bundesliga teams have automatic home advantage over Bundesliga clubs.

 

VfL Wolfsburg is the most recent winnerVfL Wolfsburg is the most recent winner

The winners of the DFB Women’s Pokal Cup  

Year

Winner

Result

Runner-up

Venue

1980–81

Bergisch Gladbach

5–0

TuS Wörrstadt

Stuttgart (Neckarstadion)

1981–82

Bergisch Gladbach

3–0

VfL Wildeshausen

Frankfurt am Main (Waldstadion)

1982–83

KBC Duisburg

3–0

FSV Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main (Stadion am Bornheimer Hang)

1983–84

Bergisch Gladbach

2–0

VfR Eintracht Wolfsburg

Frankfurt am Main (Waldstadion)

1984–85

FSV Frankfurt

1–1 (a.e.t.) (4–3 p)

KBC Duisburg

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1985–86

Siegen

2–0

Bergisch Gladbach

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1986–87

Siegen

5–2

STV Lövenich

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1987–88

Siegen

4–0

Bayern Munich

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1988–89

Siegen

5–1

FSV Frankfurt

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1989–90

FSV Frankfurt

1–0

Bayern Munich

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1990–91

Grün-Weiß Brauweiler

1–0

Siegen

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1991–92

FSV Frankfurt

1–0

Siegen

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1992–93

Siegen

1–1 (a.e.t.) (6–5 p)

Grün-Weiß Brauweiler

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1993–94

Grün-Weiß Brauweiler

2–1

Siegen

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1994–95

FSV Frankfurt

3–1

Siegen

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1995–96

FSV Frankfurt

2–1

Klinge Seckach

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1996–97

Grün-Weiß Brauweiler

3–1

Eintracht Rheine

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1997–98

Duisburg

6–2

FSV Frankfurt

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1998–99

FFC Frankfurt

1–0

Duisburg

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

1999–2000

FFC Frankfurt

2–1

Sportfreunde Siegen

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

2000–01

FFC Frankfurt

2–1

Flaesheim-Hillen

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

2001–02

FFC Frankfurt

5–0

Hamburg

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

2002–03

FFC Frankfurt

1–0

Duisburg

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

2003–04

Turbine Potsdam

3–0

FFC Frankfurt

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

2004–05

Turbine Potsdam

3–0

FFC Frankfurt

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

2005–06

Turbine Potsdam

2–0

FFC Frankfurt

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

2006–07

FFC Frankfurt

1–1 (4–1 p)

Duisburg

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

2007–08

FFC Frankfurt

5–1

Saarbrücken

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

2008–09

Duisburg

7–0

Turbine Potsdam

Berlin (Olympic Stadium)

2009–10

Duisburg

1–0

FF USV Jena

Cologne (RheinEnergieStadion)

2010–11

FFC Frankfurt

2–0

Turbine Potsdam

Cologne (RheinEnergieStadion)

2011–12

Bayern Munich

2–0

FFC Frankfurt

Cologne (RheinEnergieStadion)

2012–13

VfL Wolfsburg

3–2

Turbine Potsdam

Cologne (RheinEnergieStadion)

2013–14

1. FFC Frankfurt

3–0

SGS Essen

Cologne (RheinEnergieStadion)

2014–15

VfL Wolfsburg

3–0

Turbine Potsdam

Cologne (RheinEnergieStadion)

2015–16

VfL Wolfsburg

2–1

SC Sand

Cologne (RheinEnergieStadion)

2016–17

VfL Wolfsburg

2–1

SC Sand

Cologne (RheinEnergieStadion)

2017–18

VfL Wolfsburg

0–0 (a.e.t.) (3–2 p)

Bayern Munich

Cologne (RheinEnergieStadion)

2018–19

VfL Wolfsburg

1–0

SC Freiburg

Cologne (RheinEnergieStadion)

2019–20

VfL Wolfsburg

3–3 (a.e.t.) (4–2 p)

SGS Essen

Cologne (RheinEnergieStadion)

Sources 

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