DFB-Pokal

Final (May 13, 2021)

Dortmund won match in normal time.

Semi-finals (April 30, 2021 to May 1, 2021)

RB Leipzig won match following extra time.
Dortmund won match in normal time.

Quarter-finals (March 2, 2021 to April 7, 2021)

Dortmund won match in normal time.
Holstein Kiel won match in normal time.
RB Leipzig won match in normal time.
Werder Bremen won match in normal time.

Round of 16 (February 2, 2021 to February 3, 2021)

Rot-Weiss Essen won match following extra time.
Holstein Kiel won on penalty kicks following extra time.
Dortmund won match following extra time.
Werder Bremen won match in normal time.
RB Leipzig won match in normal time.
Wolfsburg won match in normal time.
Jahn R'burg won on penalty kicks following extra time.
M'Gladbach won match in normal time.

Second round (December 22, 2020 to January 13, 2021)

Greuther Fürth won on penalty kicks following extra time.
Köln won match in normal time.
RB Leipzig won match in normal time.
Schalke 04 won match in normal time.
Dortmund won match in normal time.
Paderborn 07 won match in normal time.
M'Gladbach won match in normal time.
Darmstadt 98 won match in normal time.
Wolfsburg won match in normal time.
Rot-Weiss Essen won match in normal time.
Werder Bremen won match in normal time.
Jahn R'burg won on penalty kicks following extra time.
Bochum won on penalty kicks following extra time.
Stuttgart won match in normal time.
Leverkusen won match in normal time.
Holstein Kiel won on penalty kicks following extra time.

First round (September 11, 2020 to November 3, 2020)

Braunschweig won match in normal time.
Mainz 05 won match in normal time.
Eint Frankfurt won match in normal time.
Bochum won match in normal time.
Greuther Fürth won match following extra time.
M'Gladbach won match in normal time.
Osnabrück won match in normal time.
Augsburg won match in normal time.
Wolfsburg won match in normal time.
Köln won match in normal time.
RB Leipzig won match in normal time.
Union Berlin won match following extra time.
Ulm won match in normal time.
Düsseldorf won match in normal time.
Werder Bremen won match in normal time.
Hoffenheim won on penalty kicks following extra time.
Jahn R'burg won on penalty kicks following normal time.
Paderborn 07 won match in normal time.
Sandhausen won match in normal time.
Elversberg won match in normal time.
Stuttgart won match in normal time.
Holstein Kiel won match in normal time.
Leverkusen won match in normal time.
Freiburg won match in normal time.
Wehen won match in normal time.
Darmstadt 98 won match following extra time.
Rot-Weiss Essen won match in normal time.
Dresden won match in normal time.
Hannover 96 won match in normal time.
Dortmund won match in normal time.
Bayern Munich won match in normal time.
Schalke 04 won match in normal time.

Leaders

Nationalities 2020-2021 DFB-Pokal

League Notes

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