1969–70 DFB-Pokal

DFB Cup winner 1970, Kickers Offenbach. With the Offenbacher Kickers was founded in 1970 for the first time a second division cup winners. Kickers Offenbach also rose to the Premier League in the same year. Since the World Cup began in 1970 in Mexico on 31 May, the DFB decided on a host of the DFB Cup second round from during the summer break after the World Cup tournament. Offenbach was at this time actually already Bundesliga club. Although the competition was still the season 1969/1970 allocated to the clubs played from the second round then already with the squad for the new season.

So the player Winfried Schaefer was with Borussia Mönchengladbach in the May 1970 German champion and in August with his new club Kickers Offenbach Cup winners in a season.

In the European Cup Winners Offenbacher eliminated in the first round against FC Bruges.

  • 2.1 Replays

1 Main Round

The games were held until July 11, 1970, of January 3.

Replay

Second round

The games were held to 1 August 1970, of July 28.

Replays

Quarterfinals

The games were held on August 5 and 6 August 1970.

Semifinal

The games were held on 19 August 1970.

Final

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