1998–99 Taça de Portugal

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1998–99 Taça de Portugal
Country Portugal
DatesSeptember 1998 – 19 June 1999
ChampionsBeira-Mar (1st title)
Runners-upCampomaiorense

The 1998–99 Taça de Portugal was the 59th edition of the Portuguese football knockout tournament, organized by the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF). The 1998–99 Taça de Portugal began in September 1998.[1] The final was played on 19 June 1999 at the Estádio Nacional.[2]

Porto were the previous holders, having defeated Braga 3–1 in the previous season's final.[3] Defending champions Porto were eliminated in the fifth round by third division side Torreense.[4] Beira-Mar defeated Campomaiorense, 1–0 in the final to win their first Taça de Portugal.[5] As a result of Beira-Mar winning the domestic cup competition, the Auri-negros faced 1998–99 Primeira Divisão winners Porto in the 1999 Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira.[6][7]

Fourth round[edit]

All fourth round cup ties were played on 10 January. Ties which ended in a draw were replayed at a later date.[8][9] The fourth round saw teams from the Primeira Liga (I) enter the competition.

Replays[edit]

Fifth round[edit]

Ties were played on 16 February.[10][11] Due to the odd number of teams involved at this stage of the competition, Alverca qualified to the next round due to having no opponent to face at this stage of the competition.

16 February 1999 Beira-Mar (I) 7 – 0Portomosense (IV)Estádio Mário Duarte, Aveiro
Quintas Goal 35'
Carlos André Goal 42'
Paulo Sérgio Goal 51'
Gila Goal 76'
Ricardo Sousa Goal 77'
Fary Goal 87'
Rakovič Goal 90'
(Report)
16 February 1999 Boavista (I) 2 – 1Farense (I)Estádio do Bessa, Porto
Ayew Goal 12'
Timofte Goal 87' (pen.)
(Report) Paulo Sérgio Goal 44'
16 February 1999 Esposende (II) 2 – 0Naval (II)Estádio Padre Sá Pereira, Esposende
Petit Goal 21'
Bambo Goal 55'
(Report)
16 February 1999 Feirense (II) 0 – 1Pevidém (IV)Estádio Marcolino de Castro, Santa Maria da Feira
(Report) Pedro Fidalgo Goal 86'
16 February 1999 Gil Vicente (II) 4 – 1Santa Clara (II)Estádio Adelino Ribeiro Novo, Barcelos
Moreira Goal 5'79'
Casquilha Goal 11'
Lemos Goal 24'
(Report) Youssef Goal 61'
16 February 1999 Gondomar (III)3 – 4 Paços de Ferreira (II) Estádio de São Miguel, Gondomar
Bobó Goal 8'
Adalberto Goal 13' (o.g.)
Armando Goal 45'
(Report) Ricardo António Goal 33'
Marco Ferreira Goal 34'66'
Carlos Miguel Goal 58'
16 February 1999 Leça (II)0 – 1 União de Leiria (I) Estádio do Leça FC, Leça da Palmeira
(Report) Artur Jorge Vicente Goal 70'
16 February 1999 Marítimo (I) 3 – 2 (a.e.t.)Salgueiros (I)Estádio dos Barreiros, Funchal
Alex Goal 47'78'
Herivelto Goal 93'
(Report) Celso Goal 33'
Abílio Goal 88' (pen.)
16 February 1999 Penafiel (II)0 – 1 Campomaiorense (I) Estádio Municipal 25 de Abril, Penafiel
(Report) Laelson Goal 40'
16 February 1999 Portimonense (III)1 – 2 Moreirense (II) Estádio Municipal de Portimão, Portimão
Emerson Goal 89' (Report) Orlando Goal 1'
Altino Goal 18'
16 February 1999 Porto (I)0 – 1 Torreense (II) Estádio das Antas, Porto
(Report) Oeiras Goal 85'
16 February 1999 Vitória de Setúbal (I) 2 – 0Benfica (I)Estádio do Bonfim, Setúbal
Conde Goal 16'
Chipenda Goal 89'
(Report)

Sixth round[edit]

Ties were played between the 7 March to the 8 April.[12][13] Due to the odd number of teams involved at this stage of the competition, Torreense qualified for the quarter-finals due to having no opponent to face at this stage of the competition.

7 March 1999 Alverca (I)0 – 3 Campomaiorense (I) Complexo Desportivo FC Alverca, Alverca do Ribatejo
(Report) René Rivas Goal 44'
Laelson Goal 64'
Isaías Goal 69'
7 March 1999 Caçadores das Taipas (III)1 – 2 Esposende (II) Estádio do Montinho, Caldas das Taipas
Martinho Goal 90' (Report) Rui Peneda Goal 7'
Telmo Pinto Goal 41'
7 March 1999 Marítimo (I) 5 – 1Pevidém (IV)Estádio dos Barreiros, Funchal
Toni Goal 10'67'
Tarik Goal 37'
Herivelto Goal 51'83'
(Report) Armando Goal 74'
27 March 1999 Boavista (I) 3 – 2 (a.e.t.)Gil Vicente (II)Estádio do Bessa, Porto
Quevedo Goal 28'
Ayew Goal 55'100'
(Report) Ricardo Silva Goal 38'63'
8 April 1999 Moreirense (II) 3 – 2Maia (II)Parque de Jogos Comendador Joaquim de Almeida Freitas, Moreira de Cónegos
Fernando Jorge Goal 5'
Armando Goal 85'
Orlando Goal 90'
(Report) Rui Miguel Goal 12'
Fran Alonso Goal 27'

Quarter-finals[edit]

Ties were played on 11 April, whilst replays were played between the 21–28 April.[14][15]

11 April 1999 Marítimo (I)2 – 2 (a.e.t.)Campomaiorense (I)Estádio dos Barreiros, Funchal
Romeu Goal 49'83' (Report) Rivas Goal 4'34'
11 April 1999 Moreirense (II)1 – 1 (a.e.t.)Beira-Mar (I)Parque de Jogos Comendador Joaquim de Almeida Freitas, Moreira de Cónegos
Gomes Goal 31'
Cristiano Yellow card 104' Yellow-red card 117'
(Report) Simić Goal 47' (pen.)
Eusébio Yellow card 60' Yellow-red card 91'
21 April 1999 Replay Beira-Mar (I) 1 – 0Moreirense (II)Estádio Mário Duarte, Aveiro
Gila Goal 69' (Report)
28 April 1999 Replay Campomaiorense (I) 0 – 0 (a.e.t.)
(6–5 p)
Marítimo (I)Estádio Capitão Cesar Correia, Campo Maior
(Report) Rui Óscar Yellow card 91' Yellow-red card 110' Referee: Luís Miranda
28 April 1999 Replay Vitória de Setúbal (I) 3 – 0Torreense (III)Estádio do Bonfim, Setúbal
Pedro Henriques Goal 6'
Chiquinho Conde Goal 25'
Rui Carlos Goal 31'
(Report)

Semi-finals[edit]

Ties were played on 5 May.[16][17]

Final[edit]

References[edit]

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