2012â€“13 Coppa Italia
The Coppa Italia, the most important Italian Cup competition began in the 2012/13 season on August 4, 2012 with the first round matches. The finale took place in the Olympic Stadium of Rome on 26 May 2013. The winner will qualify directly for the group stage of the Europa League 2013/14.
At the 65th edition of the competition take part in a total of 78 teams. Firstly, all 20 teams in the Serie A and all 22 clubs in the Serie B. In addition, 27 teams from the Lega Pro, the third-highest professional league in Italy found, with 24 from the Lega Pro Prima Divisione and three clubs from the Lega Pro Seconda Divisione come. The 24 teams consist in each case of the four relegated to the Serie B last season, the teams that have failed in the playoffs for promotion to Serie B in 2012 and the finalists of the Coppa Italia Lega Pro of 2012.
The remaining seats are then filled with the best clubs in the terms of points and Girone A Girone B last season. The remaining nine grid positions shall be awarded to the runner-up of the 2011/12 season of the nine groups of series D, the highest amateur league, since each group first ascended.
In the first round hit the 36 teams in the three lowest divisions each other. The winners of the games then meet in the second round of the 22 clubs in the Serie B. In the third round, again the first division of seats 9-20 last season interfere with the events. The 16 winners of the third round, then play only in an additional qualifying round from each other 8 teams, then take 1-8 last season in the second round of the clubs in the courts.
Each match will be decided in a game, only the semi-final return matches will be played.
In Torgleichheit after 90 minutes of play is brought about with an extension and a possible subsequent penalty shoot-out immediately a decision. In the semi-finals the away goals rule.
- Goal: Albano Bizzarri (1 game / no goal ); Juan Pablo Carrizo (1 / - ); Federico Marchetti (3 / -)
- Defense: Giuseppe Biava (4 / - ); Lorik Cana ( 5 / -); Luis Pedro Cavanda (3 / - ); Michaël Ciani (5/1 ); Modibo Diakité (1 / - ); André Dias (1 / - ); Abdoulay Konko (3 / - ); Ştefan Radu ( 4/1)
- Midfielders: Cristian Brocchi (3 / - ); Antonio Candreva (3 / - ); Álvaro González ( 4/1); Hernanes ( 5/2); Cristian Ledesma ( 5 / -); Senad Lulic (5/1 ); Stefano Mauri (4/1 ); Ogenyi Onazi (2 / -)
- Attack: Sergio Floccari (4/1 ); Miroslav Klose ( 2 / -); Libor Kozák (1 / - ); Antonio Rozzi (1 / -)
- Coach: Vladimir Petković
With the same number of goals, the players are sorted alphabetically by last name or artist name.