2020 Korean FA Cup

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2020 Korean FA Cup
2020 Hana Bank FA Cup
Country South Korea
Dates9 May 2020 – 8 November 2020
Teams60
ChampionsJeonbuk Hyundai Motors
Runners-upUlsan Hyundai
AFC Champions LeagueJeonbuk Hyundai Motors
Matches played44
Goals scored156 (3.55 per match)
2019
2021

The 2020 Korean FA Cup, known as Hana Bank FA Cup due to sponsorship reasons, is the 25th edition of the Korean FA Cup. Video assistant referees (VAR) system will be used from Semi Finals. Suwon Samsung Bluewings were the defending champions. Starting this year, U-League teams will not participate. As a result, the top eleven sides from the K5 League gained qualification to this tournament.[1]

Calendar[edit]

Round Date Matches Clubs New entries this round
First Round 9 May 16 10+11+11 → 16
Second Round 6 June 16 16+6+10 → 16
Third Round 1 July 12 16+8 → 12
Round of 16 15 July 8 12+4 → 8
Quarter-finals 29 July 4 8 → 4
Semi-finals 23 September 2 4 → 2
Final 4–8 November 2 2 → 1

First round[edit]

The draw was held on 18 February 2020.[2]

9 May 2020 Chuncheon FC (3) 4–0Byuksan Players (5)Chuncheon Songam Leports Town, Chuncheon
14:00 UTC+9
9 May 2020 Winner Star (5)0–2 Siheung Citizen (4) Daejeon Hanbat Sports Complex, Daejeon
14:00 UTC+9
9 May 2020 Ulsan Citizen (4) 5–1Gimhae Jaemics (5)Ulsan Stadium, Ulsan
14:00 UTC+9
9 May 2020 Pyeongtaek Citizen FC (3) 5–0Deokkye FC (5)Yichung Leports Stadium 2, Pyeongtaek
14:00 UTC+9
9 May 2020 Gimhae FC (3) 1–0 (a.e.t.)Busan FC (3)Gimhae Stadium, Gimhae
14:00 UTC+9
9 May 2020 SMC Engineering (5) 3–1Haneul FC (5)Cheongju Stadium, Cheongju
14:00 UTC+9
9 May 2020 Hyochang FC (5) 5–2East Ulsan FC (5)Boramae Football Park, Gwangju
14:00 UTC+9
9 May 2020 Garam FC (5)0–4 Songwol FC (5) Imha Dam Stadium, Andong
14:00 UTC+9
9 May 2020 Goyang Citizen (4) 3–1Seoul Jungnang (4)Eoullimnuri Byeolmuri Stadium, Goyang
14:00 UTC+9
9 May 2020 Parangsae (Blue Bird) FC (5)0–2 Jeonju Citizen FC (3) Jeonju Stadium, Jeonju
14:00 UTC+9
9 May 2020 Seoul Nowon United (4)3–4 (a.e.t.) Chungju Citizen (4) Nowon Madeul Stadium, Seoul
17:00 UTC+9
9 May 2020 Yangpyeong FC (4)2–3 Mokpo City FC (3) Yongmun Life Sports Park, Yangpyeong
14:00 UTC+9

Second round[edit]

6 June 2020 Ulsan Citizen (4) 1–0Bucheon FC 1995 (2)Ulsan Stadium, Ulsan
19:00 UTC+9 Attendance: 0
6 June 2020 Gimhae FC (3) 4–2Cheonan City FC (3)Gimhae Stadium, Gimhae
19:00 UTC+9 Attendance: 0
6 June 2020 Gyeongju KHNP (3) 4–0SMC Engineering (5)Gyeongju Stadium, Gyeongju
17:00 UTC+9 Attendance: 0
6 June 2020 Suwon FC (2) 10–0Hyochang FC (5)Suwon Sports Complex, Suwon
19:00 UTC+9 Min Hyun-hong Goal 15'49'
Song Soo-young Goal 29'
Szarka Goal 45'56'68'
Kim Jae-heon Goal 55'58'
Choi Kyu-baek Goal 78'
Kim Ju-yeop Goal 84'
Attendance: 0
6 June 2020 Hwaseong FC (3) 3–2 (a.e.t.)Daejeon Korail FC (3)Hwaseong Sports Town 2, Hwaseong
16:00 UTC+9 Choi Chi-won Goal 13'41'120+3' (pen.) Ahn Sang-min Goal 33'
Ban Chan-jun Goal 89'
Attendance: 0
6 June 2020 Jeju United (2) 4–0Songwol FC (5)Jeju World Cup Stadium, Seogwipo
15:00 UTC+9 Seo Jin-su Goal 34'
Kim Seung-woo Goal 43'
Lee Chang-min Goal 44'57'
Attendance: 0
6 June 2020 Seoul E-Land (2) 1–0Changwon City FC (3)Seoul Sports Complex, Seoul
20:00 UTC+9 Attendance: 0
6 June 2020 FC Anyang (2) 2–0Goyang Citizen (4)Anyang Stadium, Anyang
15:00 UTC+9 Koo Bon-hyeok Goal 53'
Nilson Goal 75' (pen.)
Attendance: 0
6 June 2020 Chungnam Asan (2) 1–0Jeonju Citizen FC (3)Yi Sun-sin Stadium, Asan
19:00 UTC+9 Kim Won-seok Goal 42' Attendance: 0
6 June 2020 Gyeongnam FC (2) 4–3Mokpo City FC (3)Changwon Football Center, Changwon
19:00 UTC+9 Attendance: 0
6 June 2020 Paju Citizen (4)2–4 (a.e.t.) Gimpo Citizen (3) Hanbat Stadium, Daejeon
15:00 UTC+9 Attendance: 0
6 June 2020 Gangneung City FC (3) 2–1Cheongju FC (3)Gangneung Stadium, Gangneung
19:00 UTC+9 Attendance: 0

Third round[edit]

1 July 2020 Ulsan Citizen (4)0–2 Sangju Sangmu (1) Ulsan Stadium, Ulsan
19:00 UTC+9 Report Park Dong-jin Goal 34'81' Attendance: 0
1 July 2020 Gimhae FC (3)0–2 Gyeongju KHNP (3) Gimhae Stadium, Gimhae
19:00 UTC+9 Report Shin Yeong-jun Goal 18'
Lee Seung-min Goal 49'
Attendance: 0
1 July 2020 Suwon FC (2) 2–2 (a.e.t.)
(5–4 p)
Incheon United (1)Suwon Sports Complex, Suwon
19:00 UTC+9 Jeon Jeong-ho Goal 7'
Kim Yeon-su Goal 65' (o.g.)
Report Lee Joon-suk Goal 54'
Kang Sin-myeong Goal 75' (o.g.)
Attendance: 0
1 July 2020 Busan IPark (1) 4–0Hwaseong FC (3)Busan Gudeok Stadium, Busan
19:00 UTC+9 Vintecinco Goal 22'
Hwang Jun-ho Goal 37'
Jeon Bo-hun Goal 41' (o.g.)
Kim Jin-kyu Goal 77'
Report Attendance: 0
1 July 2020 FC Anyang (2)0–2 Daegu FC (1) Anyang Stadium, Anyang
19:00 UTC+9 Report Kim Dae-won Goal 30'62' Attendance: 0
1 July 2020 Seongnam FC (1) 1–0Chungnam Asan (2)Tancheon Sports Complex, Seongnam
19:00 UTC+9 Kiš Goal 31' Report Attendance: 0
1 July 2020 Gwangju FC (1) 2–2 (a.e.t.)
(5–4 p)
Gimpo Citizen (3)Gwangju World Cup Stadium, Gwangju
19:00 UTC+9 Im Min-hyeok Goal 25'
Choi Jun-hyeok Goal 110'
Report Kim Dong-chan Goal 83'
Lee Ki-je Goal 118'
Attendance: 0

Round of 16[edit]

15 July 2020 Suwon FC (2)0–1 Busan IPark (1) Suwon Sports Complex, Suwon
19:00 Report Park Jong-woo Goal 76'

Quarter-finals[edit]

29 July 2020 Busan IPark (1)1–5 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (1) Busan Gudeok Stadium, Busan
19:00 Gustavo Vintecinco Goal 4' Report Cho Gue-sung Goal 28'
Han Kyo-won Goal 47'
Gustavo Goal 72'77'81'
Attendance: 0
29 July 2020 Ulsan Hyundai (1) 3–0Gangwon FC (1)Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium, Ulsan
19:30 Yoon Bit-garam Goal 52'55'
Lee Chung-yong Goal 84'
Report Attendance: 0
29 July 2020 FC Seoul (1)1–5 Pohang Steelers (1) Seoul World Cup Stadium, Seoul
19:30 Jung Hyun-cheol Goal 32' Report Song Min-kyu Goal 13'
Kim Gwang-seok Goal 32'
Iljutcenko Goal 83'
Shim Dong-woon Goal 90'90+1'
Attendance: 0

Semi Finals[edit]

23 September 2020 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (1) 1–0Seongnam FC (1)Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Jeonju
19:00 Gustavo Goal 11' Attendance: 0

Final[edit]

First leg[edit]

4 November 2020 Ulsan Hyundai (1) 1–1 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (1) Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium, Ulsan
19:00 (UTC+9) Júnior Goal 60' Murilo Goal 50' Referee: Dong-Joon Lee

Second leg[edit]

8 November 2020 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (1) 2–1Ulsan Hyundai (1)Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Jeonju
14:00 (UTC+9) Lee Seung-gi Goal 53'71' Júnior Goal 4' Referee: Jong Hyeok Kim

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors win the Korean FA Cup with a 3-2 aggregate score.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FA컵에 5부리그 팀까지 참가…ACL 출전팀은 7월 합류". sports.news.naver.com (in Korean). 22 January 2020. Retrieved 15 February 2020.
  2. ^ 2020 하나은행 FA컵 1~4R 대진 확정 (in Korean)

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