1966–67 Coppa Italia

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1966–67 Coppa Italia
Country Italy
Dates3 Sept 1966 –
14 June 1967
Teams38
ChampionsAC Milan (1st title)
Runners-upPadova
Matches played37
Goals scored97 (2.62 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Gianni Rivera (7 goals)

The 1966–67 Coppa Italia, the 20th Coppa Italia was an Italian Football Federation domestic cup competition won by AC Milan.

First round[edit]

Home team Score Away team
Alessandria 0-1 Torino
Arezzo 1-0 Cagliari
Catania 0-1 [1] Lazio
Catanzaro 1-3 Foggia
Livorno 0-0 (aet) * Vicenza
Modena 1-1 (aet) * SPAL
Novara 1-4 Lecco
Padova 2-1 (aet) Venezia
Palermo 2-2 (aet) * Roma
Pisa 0-3 Milan
Reggiana 1-0 (aet) Mantova
Reggina 0-1 (aet) Messina
Salernitana 1-0 (aet) Potenza
Sampdoria 1-0 Genoa
Savona 0-1 (aet) Juventus
Varese 4-1 Atalanta
Hellas Verona 1-0 Brescia

* Vicenza, Modena and Palermo qualified after drawing of lots.

Intermediate round[edit]

Home team Score Away team
Reggiana 1-0 Hellas Verona

Second round[edit]

Home team Score Away team
Foggia 0-3 Vicenza
Juventus 3-0 Arezzo
Lazio 0-2 Lecco
Milan 5-2 [2] Modena
Padova 3-2 Palermo
Sampdoria 1-0 Salernitana
Torino 4-0 Messina
Varese 0-0 (p: 7-6) Reggiana

p=after penalty shoot-out

Third round[edit]

Home team Score Away team
Juventus 5-2 (aet) Vicenza
Milan 4-2 Torino
Padova 3-0 Varese
Sampdoria 1-1 (p: 3-4) Lecco

p=after penalty shoot-out

Quarter-finals[edit]

FC Bologna, Internazionale, Fiorentina and Napoli are added.

Home team Score Away team
Bologna 1-1 (p: 4-5) Juventus
Internazionale 1-0 Fiorentina
Lecco 1-2 Milan
Padova 2-1 (aet) Napoli

p=after penalty shoot-out

Semi-finals[edit]

Home team Score Away team
Juventus 1-2 (aet) Milan
Padova 3-2 Internazionale

Final[edit]

Milan1 – 0Padova
Amarildo Goal 49'
Referee: Mario Bernardis

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Italy Gianni Rivera Milan 7
2 Italy Italo Carminati Padova 4
3 Brazil Amarildo Milan 3
Italy Aquilino Bonfanti Lecco
Brazil Sergio Clerici Lecco
Italy Virginio De Paoli Juventus
Italy Gianfranco Zigoni Juventus
Italy Alberto Bigon Padova
Italy Cosimo Nocera Foggia

References[edit]

  1. ^ The match was played in Bari
  2. ^ The match was played in Verona