2012–13 Copa del Rey

The 2012–13 Copa del Rey was the 111th staging of the Copa del Rey. The competition began on 29 August 2012 and ended on 17 May 2013 with the final, held at the Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid, in which Atlético Madrid lifted the trophy for the tenth time in their history with a 1–2 victory over hosts Real Madrid in extra time.[1] Barcelona were the defending champions but were eliminated by Real Madrid in the semifinals. Going into the competition, the winners were assured of a place in the group stage of the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League,[2] but both finalists had already qualified for the 2013–14 UEFA Champions League a few weeks before.[3][4]

Copa del Rey
111th Copa del Rey
CountrySpain Spain
Teams83
ChampionsAtlético Madrid (10th title)
Runners-upReal Madrid
Matches played112
Goals scored288 (2.57 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Diego Costa
(8 goals)[n 1]

Calendar and format

Round Draw date Date Fixtures Clubs Notes
First round 3 August 2012[5] 29–30 August 2012 18 83 → 65 Clubs participating in Tercera and Segunda División B gained entry.
Seven teams from Segunda División B received a bye.
Single match (without away goals rule)
Second round 11–12 September 2012 22 65 → 43 Clubs participating in Segunda División gained entry.
One team from first round received a bye.
Teams from Segunda División faced each other.
Single match (without away goals rule)
Third round 14 September 2012[6] 17–18 October 2012 11 43 → 32 One team from Segunda División B or Tercera División, which previously didn't receive a bye, received one.
Teams from Segunda División faced each other.
Single match (without away goals rule)
Round of 32 18 October 2012[7] 30–31 October; 1 November 2012 16 32 → 16 Clubs participating in La Liga gained entry.
The seven teams from La Liga which were qualified for European competitions, faced against remaining seven teams from Segunda División B and Tercera División.
The five remaining Segunda División teams faced against La Liga teams.
The eight remaining La Liga teams faced each other.
27–29 November 20121
Round of 16 11–13 December 20121 8 16 → 8
8–10 January 20132
Quarter-finals 15–17 January 20132 4 8 → 4
23–24 January 20132
Semifinals 30–31 January 20132 2 4 → 2
26–27 February 20132
Final 17 May 2013 1 2 → 1
Notes
  • Note 1: Match in second leg of Round of 32 between Athletic and Eibar and the involved knockout of Round of 16 were delayed one week later. After the reschedule by UEFA[8] of Europa League match 'Kiryat Shmona v Athletic' to be played on 28 November, the RFEF changed date to 12 December,[9] and the first leg of the involved fixture of Round of 16 was played one week later.
  • Note 2: Originally was expected to celebrate the second leg of Round of 16 on 18–19 December, and next rounds from 9 to 30 January in mid-week until semi-finals,[7] but according to the note 1 which always it would be one knockout delayed from others and the close celebration of league matchday (celebrated on 20–22 December, prior to Christmas holidays) it was postponed with agreement between clubs and television broadcasters to postpone the second leg of Round of 16 to 8–10 January and move next rounds one week later until 30 January and the celebration of second leg of semi-finals around 27 February 2013.[10][11][12]

Qualified teams

The following teams competed in the Copa del Rey 2012–13.[13]

20 teams of 2011–12 La Liga:

20 teams of 2011–12 Segunda División (Barcelona B and Villarreal B are excluded for being reserve teams):

25 teams of 2011–12 Segunda División B. Teams that qualified are the top five teams of each of the 4 groups (excluding reserve teams) and the five with the highest number of points out of the remaining non-reserve teams (*):

18 teams of 2011–12 Tercera División. Teams that qualified are the champions of each of the 18 groups (or at least the ones with the highest number of points within their group since reserve teams are excluded):

First round

The draw for First and Second round was held on 3 August 2012 at 13:00 CEST in La Ciudad del Fútbol, RFEF headquarters, in Las Rozas, Madrid.[5] In this round gained entry 36 Segunda División B and Tercera División teams. The matches were played on 29–30 August 2012.

Balompédica Linense, Real Jaén, Melilla, Huracán Valencia, Lucena, Tenerife and Lleida Esportiu received a bye.

Second round

In this round gained entry all Segunda División teams. The matches were played on 11–12 September 2012.

Cacereño received a bye.

Third round

The draw was held on 14 September 2012 at 13:00 CEST in La Ciudad del Fútbol.[6] The matches were played on 17–18 October 2012.

Alcoyano received a bye.

Final phase

The draw for the Round of 32, Round of 16, Quarter-finals and Semi-finals[64] was held on 18 October 2012 at 12:00 CEST in La Ciudad del Fútbol in Las Rozas, Madrid.[7] In this round, all La Liga teams entered the competition.[65]

Like previous years, Round of 32 pairings was as follows: the seven remaining teams participating in Segunda División B and Tercera División were drawn against the La Liga teams which qualified for European competitions, this is: four teams from Pot 1 (Segunda B) were drawn against four teams from pot 2a (Champions) and the three remaining teams in pot 1 were drawn in the same way with the pot 2b teams (Europa League). The five teams in Pot 3 (Segunda División) were drawn against five teams of the thirteen remaining teams of La Liga (Pot 4). The remaining eight teams of La Liga faced each other. Matches involving teams with different league tiers played at home on the first leg the team in lower tier, in the other matches the first team to come out of the draw played at home.[13] This rule was also applied in Round of 16, but not for Quarter-finals and Semi-finals, which order of legs was pure as of the order of draw.[7]

At the time of the draw, the result of the match between Las Palmas and Racing de Santander (which was played later that day) was not known.

Pot 1
(Segunda División B)
Pot 2a
(Champions League)
Pot 2b
(Europa League)
Pot 3
(Segunda División)
Pot 4
(rest of Primera División)
Alavés
Alcoyano
Cacereño
Eibar
Real Jaén
Llagostera
Melilla
Barcelona (TH)
Real Madrid
Valencia
Málaga
Atlético Madrid
Levante
Athletic Bilbao
Almería
Córdoba
Las Palmas
Ponferradina
Sporting Gijón
Betis
Celta Vigo
Deportivo La Coruña
Espanyol
Getafe
Granada
Mallorca
Osasuna
Rayo Vallecano
Real Sociedad
Sevilla
Valladolid
Zaragoza

Bracket

Round of 32
30/31 October, 1 November 2012
November 27/28/29, 20121
  Round of 16
11/12/13 December 20121
January 8/9/10, 20132
  Quarter-finals
15/16/17 January 20132
23/24 January 20132
  Semi-finals
30/31 January 20132
26/27 February 20132
  Final
17 May 2013
 Almería 2 0 2  
 Celta Vigo (a.e.t.) 0 3 3      Celta Vigo 2 0 2  
 Alcoyano 1 0 1    Real Madrid 1 4 5  
 Real Madrid 4 3 7        Real Madrid 2 1 3  
 Sporting Gijón 1 0 1        Valencia 0 1 1  
 Osasuna 0 2 2      Osasuna 0 1 1
 Llagostera 0 1 1    Valencia 2 2 4  
 Valencia 2 3 5        Real Madrid 1 3 4  
 Córdoba 2 2 4        Barcelona 1 1 2  
 Real Sociedad 0 2 2      Córdoba 0 0 0  
 Alavés 0 1 1    Barcelona 2 5 7  
 Barcelona 3 3 6        Barcelona 2 4 6
 Eibar (a) 0 1 1        Málaga 2 2 4  
 Athletic Bilbao 0 1 1      Eibar 1 1 2
 Cacereño 3 1 4    Málaga 1 4 5  
 Málaga (a) 4 0 4        Real Madrid 1
 Real Jaén 0 0 0        Atlético Madrid (a.e.t.) 2
 Atlético Madrid 3 1 4      Atlético Madrid 3 0 3  
 Ponferradina 0 0 0    Getafe 0 0 0  
 Getafe 4 0 4        Atlético Madrid 2 1 3  
 Las Palmas 1 0 1        Betis 0 1 1  
 Rayo Vallecano 0 0 0      Las Palmas 1 0 1
 Valladolid 1 0 1    Betis 1 1 2  
 Betis 0 3 3        Atlético Madrid 2 2 4
 Melilla 1 1 2        Sevilla 1 2 3  
 Levante 0 4 4      Levante 0 0 0  
 Zaragoza (a) 1 1 2    Zaragoza 1 2 3  
 Granada 0 2 2        Zaragoza 0 0 0
 Deportivo La Coruña 1 0 1        Sevilla 0 4 4  
 Mallorca (a) 1 0 1      Mallorca 0 2 2
 Sevilla 3 3 6    Sevilla 5 1 6  
 Espanyol 1 0 1  

Round of 32

The first leg matches were played between 30 October and 1 November 2012. The second legs were played between 27 and 29 November 2012,[7] except Athletic Bilbao – Eibar on 12 December 2012.[9]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Alcoyano 1–7 Real Madrid 1–4 0–3
Llagostera 1–5 Valencia 0–2 1–3
Cacereño 4–4 (a) Málaga 3–4 1–0
Alavés 1–6 Barcelona 0–3 1–3
Eibar 1–1 (a) Athletic Bilbao 0–0 1–1
Real Jaén 0–4 Atlético Madrid 0–3 0–1
Melilla 2–4 Levante 1–0 1–4
Las Palmas 1–0 Rayo Vallecano 1–0 0–0
Sporting Gijón 1–2 Osasuna 1–0 0–2
Almería 2–3 (a.e.t.) Celta Vigo 2–0 0–3
Córdoba 4–2 Real Sociedad 2–0 2–2
Ponferradina 0–4 Getafe 0–4 0–0
Valladolid 0–3 Betis 1–0 0–3
Deportivo La Coruña 1–1 (a) Mallorca 1–1 0–0
Zaragoza 2–2 (a) Granada 1–0 1–2
Sevilla 6–1 Espanyol 3–1 3–0

Second leg

Round of 16

The first leg matches were played on 11–13 December 2012,[7] except the Eibar – Málaga match, which was played on 18 December 2012. The second leg were played on 8–10 January 2013.[10] The order of legs were changed in knockouts between teams from different levels, the lower league team playing at home in the first leg,[7] as was the case in the knockout FC Barcelona v Córdoba CF.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Las Palmas 1–2 Betis 1–1 0–1
Levante 0–3 Zaragoza 0–1 0–2
Mallorca 2–6 Sevilla 0–5 2–1
Osasuna 1–4 Valencia 0–2 1–2
Eibar 2–5 Málaga 1–1 1–4
Atlético Madrid 3–0 Getafe 3–0 0–0
Córdoba 0–7 Barcelona 0–2 0–5
Celta Vigo 2–5 Real Madrid 2–1 0–4

Second leg

Quarter-finals

The first leg matches were played on 15–17 January 2013. The second leg matches were played on 23–24 January 2013.[10]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Zaragoza 0–4 Sevilla 0–0 0–4
Real Madrid 3–1 Valencia 2–0 1–1
Atlético Madrid 3–1 Betis 2–0 1–1
Barcelona 6–4 Málaga 2–2 4–2

Second leg

Semi-finals

The first leg matches were played on 30–31 January 2013. The second leg were played on 26–27 February 2013.[10]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Real Madrid 4–2 Barcelona 1–1 3–1
Atlético Madrid 4–3 Sevilla 2–1 2–2

Second leg

Final

The Copa del Rey final was played at Santiago Bernabéu[126] on Friday 17 May 2013.

Real Madrid1–2 (a.e.t.)Atlético Madrid
Ronaldo Goal 14' Report Costa Goal 35'
Miranda Goal 98'

Top goalscorers

Rank Player[128] Club Goals
1
Spain Diego Costa Atlético Madrid
8
2
Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid
7
3
Spain Álvaro Negredo Sevilla
6
4
Spain David Villa Barcelona
5
5
France Karim Benzema Real Madrid
4
Argentina Lionel Messi Barcelona
7
Paraguay Roque Santa Cruz Málaga
3
Spain Rubén Castro Betis
Croatia Ivan Rakitić Sevilla
10
18 players
2

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The official match report of the final mistakenly awarded the goal to Arda Turan, instead of Diego Costa.

References

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  16. ^ El Marino, eliminado por el Caudal (in Spanish)
  17. ^ ¡Victoria épica! (in Spanish)
  18. ^ El Laudio vende cara su eliminación ante el Eibar (in Spanish)
  19. ^ SD Ejea 4 Peña Sport FC 2 (in Spanish)
  20. ^ El Alcoyano sigue adelante (in Spanish)
  21. ^ Más cerca del sueño copero, Albacete 4-Loja 0 Archived 25 January 2013 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
  22. ^ El Catarroja cae frente al histórico Alavés y dice adiós a la Copa (in Spanish)
  23. ^ El Real Ávila se despide de la Copa del Rey (in Spanish)
  24. ^ 3-0: Excesivo castigo para el Yeclano y adiós a la copa (in Spanish)
  25. ^ Un final de infarto mantiene al Cádiz en la Copa (in Spanish)
  26. ^ El Arroyo elimina a La Roda de la Copa del Rey gracias a un gol en la prórroga Archived 22 January 2013 at Archive.today (in Spanish)
  27. ^ Se acabó el sueño de la Copa del Rey. La pegada del Cacereño se impone al dominio del Villarrobledo (in Spanish)
  28. ^ El Real Oviedo, clasificado para segunda ronda de la Copa del Rey Archived 13 February 2013 at Archive.today (in Spanish)
  29. ^ El Sanluqueño se impuso al Cartagena por 1-0 y pasa de ronda (in Spanish)
  30. ^ El Sabadell passa ronda a la Copa del Rei davant l'Hércules (2-0) (in Catalan)
  31. ^ 2-0: El Almería se clasifica para la tercera ronda de Copa tras un brillante segundo tiempo Archived 5 February 2013 at Archive.today (in Spanish)
  32. ^ El Mirandés mantiene su idilio con la Copa a costa del Recre (in Spanish)
  33. ^ Adiós a la Copa a las primeras de cambio Archived 14 September 2012 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
  34. ^ Sense Copa als penals. CE l'Hospitalet 1-1 SD Noja (3-4 als penals) (in Catalan)
  35. ^ El Huracán firma la machada y tumba al Albacete (in Spanish)
  36. ^ Cinco de cinco y pasamos a tercera ronda de la Copa (in Spanish)
  37. ^ Sellarès s'estrena com golejador i el Llagostera passa a tercera ronda (in Catalan)
  38. ^ Emotivo y merecido triunfo (1-0) (in Spanish)
  39. ^ El Constància se agarra a la Copa en los penaltis (in Spanish)
  40. ^ El Lleida Esportiu dóna mala imatge a la Copa del Rei (0-2) (in Catalan)
  41. ^ Decepción en el Carlos Tartiere Archived 13 February 2013 at Archive.today (in Spanish)
  42. ^ El Alcoyano deja fuera al Tenerife y sigue de copas (in Spanish)
  43. ^ Sueño truncado por la vía rápida (in Spanish)
  44. ^ El Arroyo ahoga al Cádiz (in Spanish)
  45. ^ La Balona queda eliminada en penaltis tras desperdiciar una renta de dos goles (in Spanish)
  46. ^ (2-2) La Balona vuelve a dejarse sorprender por un Melilla ramplón Archived 4 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
  47. ^ El Molinón volvió a sonreír: 2-0 ante el Girona y sigue adelante en la Copa (in Spanish)
  48. ^ Esparza culmina la remontada del Huesca (in Spanish)
  49. ^ Kaludjerovic ve puerta de nuevo y mete al Racing en tercera ronda (in Spanish)
  50. ^ La UD firma el pase a la contra (in Spanish)
  51. ^ Real Jaén-Caudal (2-0) (in Spanish)
  52. ^ El Villarreal no acaba con el gafe (in Spanish)
  53. ^ El Real Jaén elimina al SD Noja (in Spanish)
  54. ^ El Huracán mantiene vivo su sueño hasta la prórroga (in Spanish)
  55. ^ Jito da la victoria y el pase en la prórroga (in Spanish)
  56. ^ Constancia 1-1 Melilla, el Constancia eliminado en los penaltis (in Spanish)
  57. ^ Prat 2-Llagostera 3. El somni es desfà a la pròrroga (in Catalan)
  58. ^ El Cacereño agua las fiestas injustamente al Lucena (0-1) (in Spanish)
  59. ^ Aleix Vidal apea de la Copa a un gris Alcorcón (in Spanish)
  60. ^ El Sabadell s'acomiada de la Copa a la pròrroga contra el Córdoba (0-1) Archived 15 January 2013 at Archive.today (in Catalan)
  61. ^ La Ponferradina se gana en los penaltis la oportunidad de medirse a un Primera (in Spanish)
  62. ^ Sporting, 2; Mirandés, 1 (in Spanish)
  63. ^ La Copa alegra a Las Palmas (in Spanish)
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  66. ^ El balón parado del Valencia fue mejor que el del Llagostera (in Spanish)
  67. ^ El Barcelona hace los deberes (in Spanish)
  68. ^ Con oficio y Santa Cruz (in Spanish)
  69. ^ Este Atlético nunca se relaja (in Spanish)
  70. ^ 2-0: ... Y la afición se lo perdió Archived 3 November 2012 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
  71. ^ Aranda surge de la nada (in Spanish)
  72. ^ La UD Las Palmas toma ventaja en la Copa (1-0) Archived 12 December 2012 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
  73. ^ Ganó uno y se lucieron todos (in Spanish)
  74. ^ El Athletic sufre y tendrá que resolver en San Mamés (in Spanish)
  75. ^ El Valladolid mantiene su renta pese a estar media hora con diez (in Spanish)
  76. ^ Gesta de un épico Melilla, que tumba con diez al EuroLevante (in Spanish)
  77. ^ El Sporting de Gijón saca ventaja con un ojo puesto en la Liga (in Spanish)
  78. ^ El Córdoba aprovecha el mal de la Real Sociedad fuera de casa (in Spanish)
  79. ^ El Getafe golea y luce su pegada ante una débil Ponferradina (in Spanish)
  80. ^ El Sevilla toma ventaja gracias a la pasividad del Espanyol (in Spanish)
  81. ^ El Mallorca se lleva ventaja a Palma a pesar de Manuel Pablo (in Spanish)
  82. ^ Las Palmas se aprovecha del despropósito del Rayo Vallecano (in Spanish)
  83. ^ Osasuna 2-0 Sporting Gijón (in Spanish)
  84. ^ Fuera de la Copa (Real Sociedad 2-2 Córdoba) (in Spanish)
  85. ^ Gran partido y a octavos (Betis 3-0 Valladolid) Archived 30 November 2012 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
  86. ^ Di María agita y resuelve (Real Madrid 3-0 Alcoyano) (in Spanish)
  87. ^ El Cacereño rozó la sorpresa (in Spanish)
  88. ^ Entrada pobre en Mestalla (Valencia-Llagostera) (in Spanish)
  89. ^ Raúl García pide un sitio para el derbi ante el Real Madrid (in Spanish)
  90. ^ Al Levante le vale una buena segunda parte para pasar (in Spanish)
  91. ^ El Getafe cumple el trámite y elimina a la Ponferradina (in Spanish)
  92. ^ Trescientas pinceladas de Villa (in Spanish)
  93. ^ Espanyol 0-3 Sevilla: Eliminats (in Catalan)
  94. ^ El Celta remonta y se medirá al Real Madrid en octavos (in Spanish)
  95. ^ Un gol de José Mari le da el pase al Zaragoza pese a perder (in Spanish)
  96. ^ El gol marcado en Riazor clasifica al Mallorca en Palma (in Spanish)
  97. ^ El Eibar echa al Athletic de la Copa (in Spanish)
  98. ^ Osasuna 0 – 2 Valencia (in Spanish)
  99. ^ RCD Mallorca 0-5 Sevilla FC Archived 26 December 2012 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
  100. ^ El Barça tuvo que ser de Champions para derrotar al Córdoba (in Spanish)
  101. ^ El Atlético sí quiere la Copa (in Spanish)
  102. ^ Un gran Celta supera ao Madrid no primeiro envite de Copa (in Galician)
  103. ^ Aranda da alas al Real Zaragoza (in Spanish)
  104. ^ Las Palmas sigue viva en la Copa con un gol de Chrisantus (1-1) Archived 6 January 2013 at the Wayback Machine (in Spanish)
  105. ^ Tabla in extremis ante el Eibar en Ipurúa (1-1) (in Spanish)
  106. ^ El Málaga sufrió hasta el final pero resolvió con su pegada (in Spanish)
  107. ^ El Valencia ya espera en cuartos a Real Madrid o Celta (in Spanish)
  108. ^ El Sevilla cumple el trámite pero el Mallorca se va ganando (in Spanish)
  109. ^ El Zaragoza accede a cuartos en la Copa y refuerza su moral (in Spanish)
  110. ^ El Madrid vive de Cristiano (in Spanish)
  111. ^ El Atlético de Madrid cumple con un trámite soporífero (in Spanish)
  112. ^ Rubén Castro da el pase al Betis ante un buen Las Palmas (in Spanish)
  113. ^ Mucho más que un hombre Copa (in Spanish)
  114. ^ Primer round para el Madrid (in Spanish)
  115. ^ Zaragoza y Sevilla deciden jugarse la Copa a un partido (in Spanish)
  116. ^ Alexis gripa al Barça (in Spanish)
  117. ^ Falcao y Filipe hacen los goles y Courtois, las salvadoras paradas (in Spanish)
  118. ^ El Sevilla arrolla a un Zaragoza en inferioridad y es semifinalista (in Spanish)
  119. ^ El Madrid confirmó su superioridad y ya está en semis (in Spanish)
  120. ^ El Atleti no sufre sin Falcao y ya espera al Sevilla en semifinales (in Spanish)
  121. ^ Fin al sueño de la Copa ante un gran Barcelona (2-4) (in Spanish)
  122. ^ Varane da vida al Madrid (in Spanish)
  123. ^ El Atlético cobra ventaja en la noche loca de los penaltis (in Spanish)
  124. ^ El Madrid desmonta al Barça (in Spanish)
  125. ^ Diego Costa y Falcao hacen que la final de Copa sea un derbi (in Spanish)
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  127. ^ El Atlético reina en la Copa (in Spanish)
  128. ^ "Copa del Rey 2015/2016: Top Scorer". World Football. Retrieved 23 May 2016.

External links

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2012–13 Segunda División de Futsal

The 2012–13 Segunda División de Futsal season is the 20th season of second-tier futsal in Spain since its inception in 1993.

The season comprises regular season and championship playoff. Regular season started on October 2012 and finished on April 27, 2013. Top team at standings when finishing to play the regular season is promoted to Primera División while teams that finished between 2nd–6th positions play the promotion playoffs.

On 3 May, LNFS announced the cancellation of promotion playoffs due to Primera División's expansion to 16 teams, so Castell Peñíscola Benicarló and Fuconsa Jaén were promoted to Primera División.

2013 Copa EuroAmericana

The 2013 Copa EuroAmericana was the first edition of Copa EuroAmericana, a exhibition men's football friendly tournament created by DirecTV. This edition took place in South America on 20 July – 4 August 2013. Eleven teams from CONMEBOL and UEFA participated in it. Europe, represented by Atlético Madrid, Porto and Sevilla, won the cup by a 6–2 score, beating South America, represented by Atlético Nacional, Barcelona, Deportivo Anzoátegui, Estudiantes, Millonarios, Nacional, Sporting Cristal, Universidad Católica.

2013 Copa de España de Futsal

The 2013 Copa de España de Fútbol Sala was the 24th staging of the Copa de España de Fútbol Sala. It took place in the Pabellón Caja Madrid for up to 4,500 seats, in Alcalá de Henares, Spain, between 21 and 24 February 2013. The tournament was hosted by LNFS and the Alcalá de Henares city council. Inter Movistar was the host team.

FC Barcelona Intersport won its third title in a row after defeating ElPozo Murcia 4–2 in the final.

2013 Copa del Rey Final

The 2013 Copa del Rey Final was the 111th final since its establishment. The match was a Madrid derby between Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid on 17 May 2013 at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid. It was the clubs' first meeting in the final since the 1992 final when Atlético won 2–0 over Real Madrid. Before this match, the two teams have been finalists on four other occasions in 1960, 1961 and 1975 Copa del Rey; all Atlético wins; except 1975 when Real Madrid won. Atlético lifted the trophy for the tenth time in their history.

It was the first time since 1992 that Atlético had won trophies two seasons in a row, following their win in the Europa League Final the previous year.

2013 Supercopa de España

The 2013 Supercopa de España was a two-legged Spanish football match-up that was played in August 2013 between the champions of 2012–13 La Liga, Barcelona, and the winner of the 2012–13 Copa del Rey, Atlético Madrid.In the first leg which was played on 21 August in Madrid, former Barcelona striker David Villa put Atlético Madrid ahead when he hit a right-footed volley into the back of the net after a cross from the left after 12 minutes. Barcelona equalized in the 66th minute when substitute Neymar headed in at the far post after a high cross by Dani Alves from the right.In the second leg, played on 28 August at the Camp Nou, Lionel Messi missed a penalty for Barcelona in the 89th minute, hitting his shot against the crossbar after Miranda had bundled substitute Pedro over in the area. Atlético Madrid had two players sent off: Filipe Luís in the 81st minute for tangling with Dani Alves, and Arda Turan, who had already been substituted, in the first minute of added time for protesting a decision.

Barcelona won the cup for a record 11th time on the away goals rule.

BM Neptuno

Club Balonmano Neptuno/Atlético Madrid was a Spanish professional handball team based in Madrid, Spain. Part of the Atlético Madrid sports organization. They played two seasons in the Liga ASOBAL and their home court was the Palacio Vistalegre.

Diego Simeone

Diego Pablo Simeone (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈdjeɣo simeˈone]; Italian: [ˈdjɛːɡo simeˈoːne, ˈdjeː-]; born 28 April 1970), also known as El Cholo ([el ˈtʃolo]), is an Argentine football manager and former player, who played as a midfielder, and is currently the manager for Atletico Madrid. Simeone is often considered to be a legendary figure in the history of Atletico Madrid, due to his achievements as a player and manager with them.In his club career that started in 1987, Simeone played in Argentina, Italy, and Spain for Vélez Sarsfield, Pisa, Sevilla, Atlético Madrid, Internazionale, Lazio and Racing Club. He won a domestic double with Atlético Madrid in 1996, and the UEFA Cup with Inter in 1998, also winning another domestic double with Lazio in 2000, as well as the 1999 UEFA Super Cup and the 2000 Supercoppa Italiana. Simeone was capped over 100 times for the Argentina national team and represented the country at the 1994, 1998 and 2002 FIFA World Cups, and in four editions of the Copa América, winning the tournament in 1991 and 1993. He also won the FIFA Confederations Cup in 1992, and a silver medal at the 1996 Summer Olympic games.

As a manager, Simeone has coached Argentine sides Racing Club, Estudiantes de La Plata, River Plate, San Lorenzo and Italian club Catania before joining Spanish club Atlético Madrid in 2011. He won the Argentine Primera División both with Estudiantes and River Plate, and has had his biggest managerial success with Atletico Madrid, winning the La Liga, the Copa del Rey, two UEFA Europa Leagues, two UEFA Super Cups, and also being the runners-up of the UEFA Champions League twice.

Elman Joel Sandoval

Elman Joel Sandoval Sabonge (born 27 February 1972 in Juticalpa) is a Honduran politician. He currently serves as deputy of the National Congress of Honduras representing the Liberal Party of Honduras for Olancho.In January 2013 Sandoval became subject of controversy and critics. While the Congress was discussing and approving the 2013 Budget, Sandoval was watching in his assigned laptop a F.C. Barcelona match for the 2012–13 Copa del Rey.

FC Barcelona Futsal

Futbol Club Barcelona is a professional futsal team based in the city of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It is a part of the FC Barcelona sports club.

Originally FC Barcelona begun to play futsal in 1978, until it was disbanded in 1982. Later, in 1986, the club was re-founded and now plays local matches in the Palau Blaugrana, which has a capacity of 8,500 seats. It is one of the most successful futsal clubs in Spain and Europe.

HC Liceo

Hockey Club Liceo (also known as Deportivo Liceo by sponsorship reasons) is a Spanish rink hockey club based in A Coruña, city in the autonomous community of Galicia.

Founded in 1972, Liceo is the only team from outside Catalonia to have won the Spanish league.

Jonas Källman

Jonas Källman (born 17 July 1981) is a Swedish handballer who plays for Pick Szeged and the Swedish national team.

Supercopa de España

The Supercopa de España or the Spanish Super Cup is a Spanish football championship, contested by the winners and runners up of La Liga and the winners and runners up of Copa del Rey.

UE Llagostera

Unió Esportiva Llagostera-Costa Brava S.A.E. is a Spanish football team based in Llagostera, Girona, in the Autonomous Community of Catalonia. Founded in 1947, it currently plays in Segunda División B – Group 3. Its home stadium was Estadi Municipal de Llagostera, with a capacity for 1,500 spectators. Llagostera is the smallest town ever to have a team in one of the two professional football divisions in Spain.

Xavier Barachet

Xavier Barachet (born 19 November 1988) is a French handball player, two-time World champion and European champion with the French national team. Since 2006 he plays for Saint-Raphaël Var Handball in the Ligue Nationale de Handball.On 1 January 2013, Barachet was made a Knight (Chevalier) of the Légion d'honneur.

29 August 2012 Noja3 – 2 (a.e.t.)AmorebietaNoja (Cantabria)
18:30 CEST Bustillo Goal 49'
Riki Goal 83'
Gerardo Goal 119'
Report Goal 3' Gabilondo
Goal 27' Urko
Stadium: La Caseta
Attendance: 400[14]
Referee: Germán Cid Camacho
29 August 2012 L'Hospitalet1 – 0OrihuelaL'Hospitalet de Llobregat (Barcelona)
19:00 CEST Belmar Goal 59' (o.g.) Report Stadium: La Feixa Llarga
Attendance: 250[15]
Referee: Sebastián Ripoll Solano
29 August 2012 Caudal de Mieres2 – 0Marino de Los CristianosMieres (Asturias)
19:30 CEST Rojas Goal 44' (pen.)
Navarro Goal 65'
Report Stadium: Hermanos Antuña
Attendance: 500[16]
Referee: Ander Zarrabeitia Arrieta
29 August 2012 Prat2 – 1GimnàsticEl Prat de Llobregat (Barcelona)
19:30 CEST Sierra Goal 84'90' Report Viale Goal 79' Stadium: Sagnier
Attendance: 700[15]
Referee: Ángel Enrique Sanz Terrades
29 August 2012 SD Logroñés2 – 1UD LogroñésLogroño
20:00 CEST Olavarrieta Goal 14'
Torres Goal 76'
Report Suárez Goal 61' Stadium: Nuevo Las Gaunas
Attendance: 2,500[17]
Referee: Luis Miguel Vallejo Aznar
29 August 2012 Laudio0 – 1EibarLaudio-Llodio (Álava)
20:00 CEST Report Arroyo Goal 23' Stadium: Ellakuri
Attendance: 250[18]
Referee: Julio Fermín Leo Ollo
29 August 2012 Ejea4 – 2 (a.e.t.)Peña SportEjea de los Caballeros (Zaragoza)
20:00 CEST Gallego Goal 59' (pen.)95'
Bezdun Goal 84'
Gracia Goal 117'
Report Uriz Goal 4'
Rodrigo Goal 49'
Stadium: Luchán
Attendance: 1,000[19]
Referee: Ángel Hernández Lorenzo
29 August 2012 Alcoyano2 – 0Atlético BalearesAlcoi (Alicante)
20:00 CEST Torres Goal 22'
Tortosa Goal 63'
Report Stadium: El Collao
Attendance: 1,000[20]
Referee: Alfonso Melgares De Aguilar Fernández
29 August 2012 Llagostera1 – 0BadalonaLlagostera (Girona)
20:00 CEST Nico Rubio Goal 71' Report Stadium: Municipal de Llagostera
Attendance: 450[15]
Referee: Óscar Herrero Arenas
29 August 2012 Albacete4 – 0LojaAlbacete
20:00 CEST Molina Goal 35' (pen.)
Granell Goal 46'
Alba Goal 57'
Diop Goal 63'
Report Stadium: Carlos Belmonte
Attendance: 1,500[21]
Referee: Enrique Ortiz Blanco
29 August 2012 Catarroja0 – 2AlavésCatarroja (Valencia)
20:00 CEST Report Salcedo Goal 49'
Viguera Goal 64'
Stadium: Mundial 82
Attendance: 800[22]
Referee: Gustavo Rebollo López
29 August 2012 Ourense2 – 1Real ÁvilaOurense
20:30 CEST Iván González Goal 49'
Jona Goal 77'
Report Ruiz Goal 35' Stadium: O Couto
Attendance: 1,600[23]
Referee: Julián García García
29 August 2012 Constància3 – 0YeclanoInca (Balearic Islands)
20:30 CEST Bosch Goal 25'41'
Vilaboa Goal 65'
Report Stadium: Nou Camp
Attendance: 800[24]
Referee: José Antonio Salas Montoro
29 August 2012 Cádiz3 – 2San RoqueCádiz
20:30 CEST Gallardo Goal 87'
Pablo Sánchez Goal 88'
Garrido Goal 90+1'
Report Mustafa Goal 32'
Agudo Goal 75'
Stadium: Ramón de Carranza
Attendance: 5,000[25]
Referee: Jesús Muñoz Mayordomo
29 August 2012 Arroyo2 – 1 (a.e.t.)La RodaArroyo de la Luz (Cáceres)
20:30 CEST Espadas Goal 12'
Andújar Goal 95'
Report Pelegrina Goal 40' Stadium: Municipal de Arroyo
Attendance: 600[26]
Referee: Antonio Santos Pargaña
29 August 2012 Villarrobledo1 – 3CacereñoVillarrobledo (Albacete)
20:30 CEST Espinosa Goal 64' Report Llerena Goal 10'
Jaraíz Goal 51'
Amaro Goal 86'
Stadium: Nuestra Señora de la Caridad
Attendance: 700[27]
Referee: Miguel Sánchez-seco Otero
30 August 2012 Real Oviedo2 – 0FuenlabradaOviedo
20:30 CEST Owona Goal 3'
Casares Goal 73'
Report Stadium: Nuevo Carlos Tartiere
Attendance: 6,100[28]
Referee: José Luis Corral García
30 August 2012 Atlético Sanluqueño1 – 0CartagenaSanlúcar de Barrameda (Cádiz)
21:30 CEST Kike Márquez Goal 85' (pen.) Report Stadium: El Palmar
Attendance: 2,000[29]
Referee: Andrés Manuel Ceballos Silva
11 September 2012 Sabadell2 – 0HérculesSabadell (Barcelona)
12:00 CEST Dávila Goal 34'
Hidalgo Goal 57'
Report Stadium: Nova Creu Alta
Attendance: 2,413[30]
Referee: Francisco Manuel Arias López
11 September 2012 Almería2 – 0MurciaAlmería
21:30 CEST Ulloa Goal 77'
Aaron Goal 84'
Report Stadium: Juegos del Mediterráneo
Attendance: 4,000[31]
Referee: José Luis Lesma López
11 September 2012 Mirandés2 – 0RecreativoMiranda de Ebro (Burgos)
21:30 CEST Rayco Goal 1'
Soria Goal 77'
Report Stadium: Anduva
Attendance: 4,197[32]
Referee: Daniel Ocón Arráiz
11 September 2012 Alcorcón4 – 1NumanciaAlcorcón (Madrid)
21:30 CEST Quini Goal 7'21'
Miguélez Goal 56'
Juli Goal 79'
Report Airam Goal 29' Stadium: Santo Domingo
Attendance: 1,500[33]
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera
12 September 2012 L'Hospitalet1 – 1 (a.e.t.)
(3 – 4 p)
NojaL'Hospitalet de Llobregat (Barcelona)
19:30 CEST Bilbao Goal 54' Report Riki Goal 77' Stadium: La Feixa Llarga
Attendance: 180[34]
Referee: Santiago Varón Aceitón
Penalties
Osado Penalty scored
Pedraza Penalty scored
Rico Penalty missed
Bakari Penalty scored
Manga Penalty missed
Penalty scored Riki
Penalty missed Fresno
Penalty scored Luisma
Penalty scored Gerardo
Penalty scored Josu
12 September 2012 Huracán Valencia1 – 1 (a.e.t.)
(4 – 2 p)
AlbaceteManises (Valencia)
19:30 CEST Carreño Goal 108' Report Santamaría Goal 114' Stadium: Municipal Vicente Martínez Catalá
Attendance: 700[35]
Referee: Francisco Alejandro Navarro Fuentes
Penalties
Amarilla Penalty scored
Javi Rubio Penalty scored
Carreño Penalty scored
Capdevila Penalty scored
Penalty scored Sergio Molina
Penalty scored Rocha
Penalty missed Zurdo
Penalty missed Santamaría
12 September 2012 Alavés2 – 1Atlético SanluqueñoVitoria-Gasteiz
20:00 CEST Asier Goal 3'
Jonan Goal 76'
Report Espinar Goal 22' Stadium: Mendizorroza
Attendance: 6,581[36]
Referee: Sergio Usón Rosel
12 September 2012 Llagostera1 – 0EjeaLlagostera (Girona)
20:00 CEST Sellarés Goal 31' Report Stadium: Municipal de Llagostera
Attendance: 300[37]
Referee: Francisco Javier Barberá Fuentes
12 September 2012 Córdoba1 – 0 (a.e.t.)ElcheCórdoba
20:00 CEST Cristian Goal 102' Report Stadium: Nuevo Arcángel
Attendance: 9,301[38]
Referee: José Ramón Piñeiro Crespo
12 September 2012 Constància1 – 1 (a.e.t.)
(3 – 1 p)
OurenseInca (Balearic Islands)
20:30 CEST Mateu Goal 63' (pen.) Report Jona Goal 55' Stadium: Nou Camp
Attendance: 500[39]
Referee: Francisco Javier Fernández Vidal
Penalties
Ismael Penalty scored
Jaime Penalty scored
Mateu Penalty missed
Cristian Penalty scored
Penalty scored Claudio
Penalty missed Pablo
Penalty missed Campillo
Penalty missed Iván González
12 September 2012 Lleida Esportiu0 – 2EibarLleida
20:30 CEST Report Arruabarrena Goal 22'81' Stadium: Camp d'Esports
Attendance: 500[40]
Referee: Víctor Rives Leal
12 September 2012 Real Oviedo0 – 0 (a.e.t.)
(4 – 5 p)
PratOviedo
20:30 CEST Report Stadium: Nuevo Carlos Tartiere
Attendance: 6,125[41]
Referee: Alberto Fuente Martín
Penalties
Baquero Penalty scored
Busto Penalty missed
Cervero Penalty scored
Sanz Penalty missed
Cerrajería Penalty scored
Mantovani Penalty scored
Cantero Penalty missed
David Fernández Penalty missed
Penalty scored Bea
Penalty missed Charly
Penalty scored Cazorla
Penalty scored Fernando
Penalty missed Alcaraz
Penalty scored Vila
Penalty missed Ricarte
Penalty scored Sierra
12 September 2012 Alcoyano1 – 0TenerifeAlcoi (Alicante)
20:45 CEST Lara Goal 50' Report Stadium: El Collao
Attendance: 1,194[42]
Referee: Valentín Pizarro Gómez
12 September 2012 Lucena4 – 1SD LogroñésLucena (Córdoba)
21:00 CEST Adri Goal 2'60'
Lanza Goal 35'
Fernando Goal 41'
Report Metola Goal 68' Stadium: Ciudad Deportiva
Attendance: 1,000[43]
Referee: Carlos Moreno Hidalgo
12 September 2012 Cádiz1 – 2ArroyoCádiz
21:00 CEST Pablo Sánchez Goal 64' (pen.) Report Toni Goal 7'
Iban Espadas Goal 61'
Stadium: Ramón de Carranza
Attendance: 5,513[44]
Referee: Ramón Arias Madrid
12 September 2012 Balompédica Linense2 – 2 (a.e.t.)
(5 – 6 p)
MelillaLa Línea de la Concepción (Cádiz)
21:00 CEST Cuesta Goal 60'
Curro Goal 66'
Report Chota Goal 70'90' Stadium: Municipal de La Línea
Attendance: 1,500[45][46]
Referee: Carlos López López
Penalties
Copi Penalty scored
Ocaña Penalty scored
Guerra Penalty scored
Bello Penalty scored
Ayala Penalty missed
Ismael Penalty scored
Mario Penalty missed
Penalty scored Domenech
Penalty missed Velasco
Penalty scored Díaz
Penalty scored Chota
Penalty scored Jairo
Penalty scored Mahanan
Penalty scored Aznar
12 September 2012 Sporting Gijón2 – 0GironaGijón
21:00 CEST Cases Goal 41'
Trejo Goal 44'
Report Stadium: El Molinón
Attendance: 10,500[47]
Referee: Eduardo Prieto Iglesias
12 September 2012 Huesca2 – 1GuadalajaraHuesca
21:00 CEST Camacho Goal 37'
Jokin Goal 49'
Report Ortiz Goal 35' Stadium: El Alcoraz
Attendance: 2,400[48]
Referee: Fernando López Acera
12 September 2012 Lugo0 – 1Racing SantanderLugo
21:00 CEST Report Kaluđerović Goal 15' Stadium: Anxo Carro
Attendance: 3,000[49]
Referee: Pablo González Fuertes
12 September 2012 Xerez0 – 1Las PalmasJerez de la Frontera (Cádiz)
21:00 CEST Report Vicente Gómez Goal 44' Stadium: Chapín
Attendance: 3,145[50]
Referee: David Pérez Pallas
12 September 2012 Real Jaén2 – 0Caudal de MieresJaén
21:30 CEST Villa Goal 53'
Cobo Goal 63'
Report Stadium: Nuevo La Victoria
Attendance: 3,000[51]
Referee: Álvaro Moreno Aragón
12 September 2012 Villarreal0 – 2PonferradinaVila-real (Castellón)
22:00 CEST Report Lafuente Goal 56'
Wellington Goal 89'
Stadium: El Madrigal
Attendance: 5,500[52]
Referee: Alfonso Pino Zamorano
17 October 2012 Noja0 – 1Real JaénNoja (Cantabria)
19:30 CEST Report Machado Goal 25' Stadium: La Caseta
Attendance: 400[53]
Referee: Gorka Sagués Oscoz
17 October 2012 Huracán Valencia1 – 2 (a.e.t.)AlavésManises (Valencia)
20:00 CEST Navarro Goal 72' Report Juanma Goal 40'
Viguera Goal 104'
Stadium: Municipal Vicente Martínez Catalá
Attendance: 2,000[54]
Referee: Israel Simón Del Pino
17 October 2012 Eibar1 – 0 (a.e.t.)ArroyoEibar (Gipuzkoa)
20:00 CEST Jito Goal 110' Report Stadium: Ipurua
Attendance: 2,023[55]
Referee: Eduardo García Ballesteros
17 October 2012 Constància1 – 1 (a.e.t.)
(7 – 8 p)
MelillaInca (Balearic Islands)
20:30 CEST Mateu Goal 25' Report Velasco Goal 37' Stadium: Nou Camp
Attendance: 3,000[56]
Referee: Vicente Gil Coscolla
Penalties
Ismael Penalty scored
Jaime Penalty scored
Miguel Bosch Penalty scored
Mateu Penalty missed
Cristian Penalty scored
Fullana Penalty scored
Pau Siquier Penalty scored
Biel Guasp Penalty scored
Víctor Penalty missed
Penalty scored Jiménez
Penalty scored Díaz
Penalty scored Mahanan
Penalty scored Jairo
Penalty missed Aznar
Penalty scored Chota
Penalty scored Fausto
Penalty scored Sánchez
Penalty scored Fragoso
17 October 2012 Prat2 – 3 (a.e.t.)LlagosteraEl Prat de Llobregat (Barcelona)
20:45 CEST Vila Goal 19'
Murillo Goal 95'
Report Planagumá Goal 75'
Pitu Goal 99' (pen.)113'
Stadium: Sagnier
Attendance: 2,100[57]
Referee: Vicente Pintado Calero
17 October 2012 Lucena1 – 3CacereñoLucena (Córdoba)
21:00 CEST Obregón Goal 90+3' Report Gavilán Goal 6' (o.g.)
Saad Goal 35'
Amaro Goal 90+1' (pen.)
Stadium: Ciudad Deportiva
Attendance: 2,000[58]
Referee: Francisco Javier Villena Contreras
17 October 2012 Almería3 – 0AlcorcónAlmería
21:00 CEST Vidal Goal 23'
Ulloa Goal 41'
Abel Goal 62'
Report Stadium: Juegos del Mediterráneo
Attendance: 1,976[59]
Referee: Santiago Jaime Latre
17 October 2012 Sabadell0 – 1 (a.e.t.)CórdobaSabadell (Barcelona)
21:00 CEST Report Pablo Ruiz Goal 98' (o.g.) Stadium: Nova Creu Alta
Attendance: 3,089[60]
Referee: Dámaso Arcediano Monescillo
17 October 2012 Huesca1 – 1 (a.e.t.)
(3 – 4 p)
PonferradinaHuesca
21:00 CEST Vázquez Goal 95' Report Lafuente Goal 91' Stadium: El Alcoraz
Attendance: 4,000[61]
Referee: Mario Melero López
Penalties
Camacho Penalty scored
Vázquez Penalty scored
Jokin Penalty missed
Helguera Penalty missed
Sorribas Penalty scored
Penalty missed Isaías
Penalty scored Adán
Penalty scored Samuel
Penalty scored Yuri
Penalty scored Vera
17 October 2012 Sporting Gijón2 – 1MirandésGijón
21:00 CEST Sangoy Goal 74'85' Report Díaz de Cerio Goal 22' Stadium: El Molinón
Attendance: 7,700[62]
Referee: Iñaki Vicandi Garrido
18 October 2012 Las Palmas4 – 2 (a.e.t.)Racing SantanderLas Palmas de Gran Canaria
20:00 WEST Guerrero Goal 29'
Momo Goal 90+3' (pen.)
Murillo Goal 105'
Bifouma Goal 112'
Report Kaluđerović Goal 2'
Bouazza Goal 85'
Stadium: Gran Canaria
Attendance: 3,360[63]
Referee: Pedro Sureda Cuenca
30 October 2012 Llagostera0 – 2ValenciaLlagostera (Girona)
20:00 CET Report Jonas Goal 45+1'
Valdez Goal 68'
Stadium: Municipal de Llagostera
Attendance: 2,500[66]
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
30 October 2012 Alavés0 – 3BarcelonaVitoria-Gasteiz
22:00 CET Report Villa Goal 40'
Iniesta Goal 51'
Fàbregas Goal 88'
Stadium: Mendizorrotza
Attendance: 19,840[67]
Referee: José Antonio Teixeira Vitienes
31 October 2012 Cacereño3 – 4MálagaCáceres
20:00 CET Jaraíz Goal 36'
Chapi Goal 42'
Carlos Esteve Goal 87'
Report Onyewu Goal 7'
Santa Cruz Goal 20'71'
Duda Goal 59'
Stadium: Príncipe Felipe
Attendance: 7,000[68]
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz
31 October 2012 Real Jaén0 – 3Atlético MadridJaén
20:00 CET Report Costa Goal 27' (pen.)
Adrián Goal 62'
García Goal 90+3'
Stadium: Nuevo La Victoria
Attendance: 17,000[69]
Referee: Carlos Delgado Ferreiro
31 October 2012 Almería2 – 0Celta VigoAlmería
20:00 CET Zongo Goal 53'
Abel Goal 87'
Report Stadium: Juegos del Mediterráneo
Attendance: 2,487[70]
Referee: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández
31 October 2012 Zaragoza1 – 0GranadaZaragoza
20:00 CET Aranda Goal 79' Report Stadium: La Romareda
Attendance: 11,000[71]
Referee: Alfonso Álvarez Izquierdo
31 October 2012 Las Palmas1 – 0Rayo VallecanoLas Palmas de Gran Canaria
20:00 WET Bifouma Goal 21' Report Stadium: Gran Canaria
Attendance: 8,875[72]
Referee: Pedro Jesús Pérez Montero
31 October 2012 Alcoyano1 – 4Real MadridAlcoi (Alicante)
22:00 CET Javi Lara Goal 77' Report Benzema Goal 21'88'
Kaká Goal 35'
José Rodríguez Goal 67'
Stadium: El Collao
Attendance: 6,500[73]
Referee: Fernando Teixeira Vitienes
1 November 2012 Eibar0 – 0Athletic BilbaoEibar (Gipuzkoa)
12:00 CET Report Stadium: Ipurua
Attendance: 3,859[74]
Referee: José Luis Paradas Romero
1 November 2012 Valladolid1 – 0BetisValladolid
17:00 CET Bueno Goal 39' Report Stadium: Nuevo José Zorrilla
Attendance: 11,674[75]
Referee: Xavier Estrada Fernández
1 November 2012 Melilla1 – 0LevanteMelilla
18:00 CET Velasco Goal 39' (pen.) Report Stadium: Álvarez Claro
Attendance: 3,500[76]
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
1 November 2012 Sporting Gijón1 – 0OsasunaGijón
19:00 CET Sangoy Goal 13' Report Stadium: El Molinón
Attendance: 9,100[77]
Referee: Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva
1 November 2012 Córdoba2 – 0Real SociedadCórdoba
19:00 CET Patiño Goal 42'
Rennella Goal 77' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Nuevo Arcángel
Attendance: 15,790[78]
Referee: José Luis González González
1 November 2012 Ponferradina0 – 4GetafePonferrada (León)
19:00 CET Report Gavilán Goal 12'64'
Lafita Goal 44'
Alcácer Goal 68'
Stadium: El Toralín
Attendance: 5,500[79]
Referee: César Muñiz Fernández
1 November 2012 Sevilla3 – 1EspanyolSeville
19:00 CET Fazio Goal 3'
Cala Goal 82'
Negredo Goal 89' (pen.)
Report Alfonso Goal 68' Stadium: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Attendance: 25,000[80]
Referee: Miguel Ángel Pérez Lasa
1 November 2012 Deportivo La Coruña1 – 1MallorcaA Coruña
21:00 CET Manuel Pablo Goal 54' Report Geromel Goal 70' Stadium: Riazor
Attendance: 17,000[81]
Referee: Miguel Ángel Ayza Gámez
27 November 2012 Rayo Vallecano0 – 0
(0 – 1 agg.)
Las PalmasMadrid
19:30 CET Report Stadium: Vallecas
Attendance: 6,300[82]
Referee: Miguel Ángel Pérez Lasa
27 November 2012 Osasuna2 – 0
(2 – 1 agg.)
Sporting GijónPamplona
19:30 CET Llorente Goal 69'
Rubén Goal 75'
Report Stadium: El Sadar
Attendance: 11,109[83]
Referee: Fernando Teixeira Vitienes
27 November 2012 Real Sociedad2 – 2
(2 – 4 agg.)
CórdobaDonostia
19:30 CET Griezmann Goal 21'
Agirretxe Goal 85'
Report Patiño Goal 65'
Dubarbier Goal 72'
Stadium: Anoeta
Attendance: 16,918[84]
Referee: Miguel Ángel Ayza Gámez
27 November 2012 Betis3 – 0
(3 – 1 agg.)
ValladolidSeville
19:30 CET Amaya Goal 26'
Castro Goal 61'
Rueda Goal 86' (o.g.)
Report Stadium: Benito Villamarín
Attendance: 27,789[85]
Referee: Alfonso Álvarez Izquierdo
27 November 2012 Real Madrid3 – 0
(7 – 1 agg.)
AlcoyanoMadrid
21:30 CET Di María Goal 71'
Callejón Goal 88'89'
Report Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 35,000[86]
Referee: Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva
27 November 2012 Málaga0 – 1
(4a – 4 agg.)
CacereñoMálaga
21:30 CET Report Chapi Goal 36' Stadium: La Rosaleda
Attendance: 10,000[87]
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
28 November 2012 Valencia3 – 1
(5 – 1 agg.)
LlagosteraValencia
19:30 CET Rami Goal 15'
Valdez Goal 57'
Bernat Goal 78'
Report Rubio Goal 83' Stadium: Mestalla
Attendance: 8,000[88]
Referee: José Antonio Teixeira Vitienes
28 November 2012 Atlético Madrid1 – 0
(4 – 0 agg.)
Real JaénMadrid
19:30 CET García Goal 15' Report Stadium: Vicente Calderón
Attendance: 7,000[89]
Referee: César Muñiz Fernández
28 November 2012 Levante4 – 1
(4 – 2 agg.)
MelillaValencia
19:30 CET Karabelas Goal 25'
Roger Goal 62'
Míchel Goal 76'
Iborra Goal 85' (pen.)
Report Chota Goal 27' Stadium: Ciutat de València
Attendance: 11,197[90]
Referee: José Luis González González
28 November 2012 Getafe0 – 0
(4 – 0 agg.)
PonferradinaGetafe (Madrid)
19:30 CET Report Stadium: Coliseum Alfonso Pérez
Attendance: 2,000[91]
Referee: Pedro Jesús Pérez Montero
28 November 2012 Barcelona3 – 1
(6 – 1 agg.)
AlavésBarcelona
21:30 CET Adriano Goal 35'
Villa Goal 55'59'
Report Viguera Goal 17' Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 57,655[92]
Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo
28 November 2012 Espanyol0 – 3
(1 – 6 agg.)
SevillaCornellà de Llobregat (Barcelona)
21:30 CET Report Perotti Goal 26' (pen.)
Rakitić Goal 44'
Diawara Goal 49'
Stadium: Cornellà-El Prat
Attendance: 7,463[93]
Referee: Carlos Clos Gómez
29 November 2012 Celta Vigo3 – 0 (a.e.t.)
(3 – 2 agg.)
AlmeríaVigo (Pontevedra)
19:30 CET Park Goal 54'
Lago Goal 89'
De Lucas Goal 109'
Report Stadium: Balaídos
Attendance: 10,541[94]
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco
29 November 2012 Granada2 – 1
(2 – 2a agg.)
ZaragozaGranada
19:30 CET Ighalo Goal 27'
Mainz Goal 65'
Report José Mari Goal 55' Stadium: Nuevo Los Cármenes
Attendance: 21,000[95]
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
29 November 2012 Mallorca0 – 0
(1a – 1 agg.)
Deportivo La CoruñaPalma
21:30 CET Report Stadium: Iberostar Stadium
Attendance: 5,270[96]
Referee: Xavier Estrada Fernández
12 December 2012 Athletic Bilbao1 – 1
(1 – 1a agg.)
EibarBilbao
20:00 CET Aduriz Goal 89' Report Arruabarrena Goal 72' (pen.) Stadium: San Mamés
Attendance: 25,000[97]
Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo
Note: The match was original scheduled to play on 28 November 19:30. It was postponed after the reschedule by UEFA[8] of Europa League match in Haifa on this day, the RFEF changed date to 12 December,[9] then the fixture of Round of 16 which will play the winner of this knockout will be delayed one week later.
11 December 2012 Osasuna0 – 2ValenciaPamplona
20:00 CET Report Parejo Goal 48'
Soldado Goal 90+3'
Stadium: El Sadar
Attendance: 10,855[98]
Referee: Miguel Ángel Pérez Lasa
12 December 2012 Mallorca0 – 5SevillaPalma
20:00 CET Report Negredo Goal 13'18'
Medel Goal 25'
Botía Goal 47'
Luna Goal 85'
Stadium: Iberostar Stadium
Attendance: 4,330[99]
Referee: Carlos Clos Gómez
12 December 2012 Córdoba0 – 2BarcelonaCórdoba
20:00 CET Report Messi Goal 11'74' Stadium: Nuevo Arcángel
Attendance: 20,000[100]
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
12 December 2012 Atlético Madrid3 – 0GetafeMadrid
22:00 CET Costa Goal 19' (pen.)87'
Filipe Luís Goal 80'
Report Stadium: Vicente Calderón
Attendance: 7,000[101]
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz
12 December 2012 Celta Vigo2 – 1Real MadridVigo (Pontevedra)
22:00 CET Bermejo Goal 56'
Bustos Goal 78'
Report Ronaldo Goal 87' Stadium: Balaídos
Attendance: 27,988[102]
Referee: Alfonso Álvarez Izquierdo
13 December 2012 Levante0 – 1ZaragozaValencia
20:00 CET Report Aranda Goal 90+1' Stadium: Ciutat de València
Attendance: 10,862[103]
Referee: Pedro Jesús Pérez Montero
13 December 2012 Las Palmas1 – 1BetisLas Palmas de Gran Canaria
21:00 WET Chrisantus Goal 84' Report Castro Goal 66' Stadium: Gran Canaria
Attendance: 14,640[104]
Referee: Carlos Delgado Ferreiro
18 December 2012 Eibar1 – 1MálagaEibar (Gipuzkoa)
20:00 CET Añibarro Goal 73' Report Onyewu Goal 90' Stadium: Ipurua
Attendance: 4,273[105]
Referee: José Antonio Teixeira Vitienes
8 January 2013 Málaga4 – 1
(5 – 2 agg.)
EibarMálaga
19:30 CET Buonanotte Goal 74'90+1'
Fernández Goal 77'
Portillo Goal 83'
Report Arroyo Goal 11' Stadium: La Rosaleda
Attendance: 25,000[106]
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
8 January 2013 Valencia2 – 1
(4 – 1 agg.)
OsasunaValencia
21:30 CET T. Costa Goal 34'
Soldado Goal 90+3'
Report Llorente Goal 36' Stadium: Mestalla
Attendance: 15,000[107]
Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo
9 January 2013 Sevilla1 – 2
(6 – 2 agg.)
MallorcaSeville
19:30 CET Manu del Moral Goal 22' Report Brandon Goal 52'
Alfaro Goal 56'
Stadium: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Attendance: 20,000[108]
Referee: José Luis González González
9 January 2013 Zaragoza2 – 0
(3 – 0 agg.)
LevanteZaragoza
21:30 CET Zuculini Goal 24'
Montañés Goal 60'
Report Stadium: La Romareda
Attendance: 12,000[109]
Referee: Xavier Estrada Fernández
9 January 2013 Real Madrid4 – 0
(5 – 2 agg.)
Celta VigoMadrid
21:30 CET Ronaldo Goal 3'24'87'
Khedira Goal 89'
Report Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 60,600[110]
Referee: Miguel Ángel Ayza Gámez
10 January 2013 Getafe0 – 0
(0 – 3 agg.)
Atlético MadridGetafe (Madrid)
19:30 CET Report Stadium: Coliseum Alfonso Pérez
Attendance: 5,000[111]
Referee: Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva
10 January 2013 Betis1 – 0
(2 – 1 agg.)
Las PalmasSeville
21:30 CET Castro Goal 85' Report Stadium: Benito Villamarín
Attendance: 27,755[112]
Referee: Fernando Teixeira Vitienes
10 January 2013 Barcelona5 – 0
(7 – 0 agg.)
CórdobaBarcelona
21:30 CET Thiago Goal 17'
Villa Goal 21'26'
Sánchez Goal 55'85'
Report Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 37,607[113]
Referee: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández
15 January 2013 Real Madrid2 – 0ValenciaMadrid
21:00 CET Benzema Goal 36'
Guardado Goal 73' (o.g.)
Report Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 68,000[114]
Referee: César Muñiz Fernández
16 January 2013 Zaragoza0 – 0SevillaZaragoza
19:30 CET Report Stadium: La Romareda
Attendance: 5,000[115]
Referee: Fernando Teixeira Vitienes
16 January 2013 Barcelona2 – 2MálagaBarcelona
21:30 CET Messi Goal 29'
Puyol Goal 30'
Report Iturra Goal 26'
Camacho Goal 89'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 55,151[116]
Referee: José Luis González González
17 January 2013 Atlético Madrid2 – 0BetisMadrid
22:00 CET Falcao Goal 10'
Filipe Luís Goal 22'
Report Stadium: Vicente Calderón
Attendance: 40,000[117]
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco
23 January 2013 Sevilla4 – 0
(4 – 0 agg.)
ZaragozaSeville
19:30 CET Negredo Goal 36'67' (pen.)
Rakitić Goal 45+3'
Manu del Moral Goal 90+2'
Report Stadium: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Attendance: 20,000[118]
Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo
23 January 2013 Valencia1 – 1
(1 – 3 agg.)
Real MadridValencia
21:30 CET T. Costa Goal 52' Report Benzema Goal 44' Stadium: Mestalla
Attendance: 40,000[119]
Referee: Miguel Ángel Pérez Lasa
24 January 2013 Betis1 – 1
(1 – 3 agg.)
Atlético MadridSeville
20:00 CET Molina Goal 90' (pen.) Report Costa Goal 45' Stadium: Benito Villamarín
Attendance: 21,605[120]
Referee: Carlos Clos Gómez
24 January 2013 Málaga2 – 4
(4 – 6 agg.)
BarcelonaMálaga
22:00 CET Joaquín Goal 12'
Santa Cruz Goal 68'
Report Pedro Goal 8'
Piqué Goal 49'
Iniesta Goal 76'
Messi Goal 80'
Stadium: La Rosaleda
Attendance: 27,099[121]
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz
30 January 2013 Real Madrid1 – 1BarcelonaMadrid
21:00 CET Varane Goal 81' Report Fàbregas Goal 50' Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 83,000[122]
Referee: Carlos Clos Gómez
31 January 2013 Atlético Madrid2 – 1SevillaMadrid
22:00 CET Costa Goal 50' (pen.)71' (pen.) Report Negredo Goal 56' (pen.) Stadium: Vicente Calderón
Attendance: 45,000[123]
Referee: Miguel Ángel Ayza Gámez
26 February 2013 Barcelona1 – 3
(2 – 4 agg.)
Real MadridBarcelona
21:00 CET Alba Goal 89' Report Ronaldo Goal 13' (pen.)57'
Varane Goal 68'
Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 95,002[124]
Referee: Alberto Undiano Mallenco
27 February 2013 Sevilla2 – 2
(3 – 4 agg.)
Atlético MadridSeville
22:00 CET Navas Goal 39'
Rakitić Goal 90+1'
Report Costa Goal 6'
Falcao Goal 29'
Stadium: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Attendance: 45,000[125]
Referee: Fernando Teixeira Vitienes
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