2005 DFL-Ligapokal Final

2005 DFL-Ligapokal Final
German League Cup
Event 2005 DFL-Ligapokal
Date 2 August 2005 (2005-08-02)
Venue Zentralstadion, Leipzig
Referee Lutz Wagner (Kriftel)
Attendance 40,000

The 2005 DFL-Ligapokal Final decided the winner of the 2005 DFL-Ligapokal, the 9th edition of the reiterated DFL-Ligapokal, a knockout football cup competition.

The match was played on 2 August 2005 at the Zentralstadion in Leipzig. Schalke 04 won the match 1–0 against VfB Stuttgart for their 1st title.[1]

Route to the final

The DFL-Ligapokal is a six team single-elimination knockout cup competition. There are a total of two rounds leading up to the final. Four teams enter the preliminary round, with the two winners advancing to the semi-finals, where they will be joined by two additional clubs who were given a bye. For all matches, the winner after 90 minutes advances. If still tied, extra time, and if necessary penalties are used to determine the winner.[2]

VfB Stuttgart Round Schalke 04
Opponent Result 2005 DFL-Ligapokal Opponent Result
Hertha BSC 0–0 (4–3 p) Preliminary round Bye
Bayern Munich 2–1 Semi-finals Werder Bremen 2–1



2 August 2005 (2005-08-02)
20:30 CEST
VfB Stuttgart 0–1 Schalke 04
Report Kurányi  10'
Zentralstadion, Leipzig
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Lutz Wagner (Kriftel)
VfB Stuttgart
Schalke 04
GK 1 Germany Timo Hildebrand
RB 2 Germany Andreas Hinkel
CB 6 Portugal Fernando Meira
CB 17France Matthieu Delpierre
LB 4 Croatia Boris Živković  46'
CM 7 Germany Silvio Meißner
CM 20Croatia Zvonimir Soldo
CM 11Germany Thomas Hitzlsperger
RW 18Brazil Cacau
CF 33Germany Mario Gómez  46'
LW 22Denmark Jesper Grønkjær  64'
GK 23Germany Dirk Heinen
DF 5 Germany Markus Babbel
DF 21Switzerland Ludovic Magnin  46'
MF 16Germany Horst Heldt
MF 40Germany Christian Gentner
FW 9 Switzerland Marco Streller  64'
FW 10Denmark Jon Dahl Tomasson  46'
Italy Giovanni Trapattoni
GK 1 Germany Frank Rost
RB 6 Turkey Hamit Altıntop
CB 5 Brazil Marcelo Bordon
CB 20Serbia and Montenegro Mladen Krstajić
LB 3 Georgia (country) Levan Kobiashvili
DM 2 Denmark Christian Poulsen
CM 8 Germany Fabian Ernst
CM 25Bosnia and Herzegovina Zlatan Bajramović
AM 10Brazil Lincoln Red card 90+1'
CF 11Denmark Ebbe Sand  62'
CF 22Germany Kevin Kurányi Red card 66'
GK 29Germany Manuel Neuer
DF 15Poland Tomasz Wałdoch
DF 16Uruguay Darío Rodríguez
DF 27Germany Tim Hoogland
MF 19Uruguay Gustavo Varela
FW 9 Denmark Søren Larsen
FW 14Germany Gerald Asamoah  62'
Germany Ralf Rangnick


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