DFB-Pokal Frauen

Final (May 30, 2021)

Wolfsburg won match following extra time.

Semi-finals (April 3, 2021 to April 4, 2021)

E. Frankfurt won match in normal time and advance to Final.
Wolfsburg won match in normal time and advance to Final.

Quarter-finals (March 19, 2021 to March 21, 2021)

Bayern Munich won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.
Wolfsburg won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.
Freiburg won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.
E. Frankfurt won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.

Round of 16 (December 5, 2020 to February 28, 2021)

Freiburg won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
E. Frankfurt won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
SG Andernach won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
Wolfsburg won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
Hoffenheim won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
Bayern Munich won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
Turbine Potsdam won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
Werder Bremen won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Quarter-finals.

Second round (October 31, 2020 to December 13, 2020)

SG Andernach won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Wolfsburg won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
E. Frankfurt won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Turbine Potsdam won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
MSV Duisburg won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
FSV Gütersloh won match following extra time and advance to Round of 16.
Werder Bremen won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
RB Leipzig won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Bayern Munich won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Freiburg won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Hoffenheim won match following extra time and advance to Round of 16.
SV Meppen won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
SV 67 Weinberg won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Köln won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Sand won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.
Walddörfer SV won match in normal time and advance to Round of 16.

First round (September 19, 2020 to September 27, 2020)

SV Meppen won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
Werder Bremen won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
SV 67 Weinberg won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
FC Ingolstadt won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
SpVg Berghofen won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
Saarbrücken won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
SG Andernach won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
FSV Gütersloh won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
Bor. Bocholt won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
Fortuna Köln won match following extra time and advance to Second round.
Henstedt-Ulzburg won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
RB Leipzig won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
Rüsselsheim won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Second round.
Karlsruher SC won on penalty kicks following extra time and advance to Second round.
Magdeburg won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
Walddörfer SV won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
Bochum won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
1. FFV Erfurt won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
Delmenhorst won match in normal time and advance to Second round.
SV Göttelborn won match in normal time and advance to Second round.

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