2005–06 Coppa Italia

The 2005–06 Coppa Italia was the 59th edition of the Italian football tournament. For the second consecutive season, Roma and Internazionale were the finalists. Inter won the tournament by a score of 4–1 aggregate in the final. It started on August 7, 2005 and ended on May 11, 2006.

2005–06 Coppa Italia
Country Italy
Dates7 Aug 2005 – 11 May 2006
Teams72
ChampionsInternazionale (5th title)
Runners-upRoma
Matches played86
Goals scored193 (2.24 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Alessandro Del Piero
(5 goals)

First round

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Sangiovannese 0–2 Crotone
Empoli 2–1 Pizzighettone
Padova 3–0¹ Triestina
Cavese 0–1 Parma
Cittadella 3–2 Modena
Lumezzane 1–2 Ternana
Genoa 0–3 Catanzaro
Livorno 3–0 Forlì
Treviso 0–1 Manfredonia
Pro Patria 0–1 AlbinoLeffe
Grosseto 2–0 Mantova
San Marino 1–3 Cagliari
Frosinone 0–3² Avellino
Juve Stabia 1–2 Siena
Pisa 1–1 (6-5 p) Catania
Massese 0–1 Atalanta
Lanciano 0–3 Arezzo
Pro Sesto 0–1 Brescia
Sambenedettese 2–4 Cremonese
Valenzana 0–5 Chievo
Monza 1–1 (5–3 p) Lecce
Pavia 0–0 (4–5 p) Vicenza
Martina 1–2 Bari
Ascoli 2–0 Acireale
Napoli 2–0 Pescara
Giugliano 1–2 (aet) Reggina
Lucchese 1–2 (aet) Piacenza
Hellas Verona 2–0 Teramo
Spezia 0–1 (aet) Cesena
Ravenna 0–1 Bologna
Pistoiese 0–1 Rimini
Fiorentina 4–0 Cisco Roma

Second round

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Crotone 2–3 (aet) Empoli
Padova 0–1 Parma
Cittadella 0–0 (7–6 p) Ternana
Catanzaro 0–0 (2–4 p) Livorno
Manfredonia 3–2 AlbinoLeffe
Grosseto 1–2 Cagliari
Avellino 0–1 Siena
Pisa 0–1 Atalanta
Arezzo 2–2 (4–5 p.) Brescia
Cremonese 0–1 Chievo
Monza 0–0 (4–5 p) Pavia
Bari 2–1 Ascoli
Napoli 1–0 Reggina
Piacenza 2–1 Hellas Verona
Cesena 1–0 Bologna
Rimini 1–2 (aet) Fiorentina

Third round

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Empoli 1–1 (7–8 p) Parma
Cittadella 3–2 Livorno
Manfredonia 2–2 (4–6 p) Cagliari
Siena 0–4 Atalanta
Brescia 1–0 Chievo
Pavia 0–0 (5–6 p) Bari
Napoli 1–0 Piacenza
Cesena 0–1 Fiorentina

Knockout stage

  Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Finals
                                             
Sampdoria 1 2 3  
Cagliari 1 1 2  
  Sampdoria 1 2 3  
  Udinese 1 2 3  
Udinese 0 3 3
Atalanta 1 1 2  
  Udinese 0 2 2  
  Internazionale 1 2 3  
Internazionale 1 0 1  
Parma 0 0 0  
  Internazionale 1 1 2
  Lazio 1 0 1  
Cittadella 0 0 0
Lazio 2 0 2  
  Internazionale 1 3 4
  Roma 1 1 2
Roma 3 2 5  
Napoli 0 1 1  
  Roma 3 0 3
  Juventus 2 1 3  
Juventus 2 4 6
Fiorentina 2 1 3  
  Roma 1 1 2(a)
  Palermo 2 0 2  
Palermo 0 5 5  
Bari 0 4 4  
  Palermo 0 3 3
  AC Milan 1 0 1  
Brescia 1 3 4
AC Milan 3 4 7  

Final

First leg

Roma1–1Internazionale
Mancini Goal 55' Cruz Goal 8'

Second leg

Internazionale3–1Roma
Cambiasso Goal 6'
Cruz Goal 46'
Martins Goal 76'
Nonda Goal 80'

Internazionale won 4–2 on aggregate.

Top goalscorers

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Italy Alessandro Del Piero Juventus 5
2 Argentina Mariano González Palermo 4

References

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2006 Coppa Italia Final

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