2017–18 Coppa Italia

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2017–18 Coppa Italia
Country Italy
Dates29 July 2017 –
9 May 2018
Teams78
ChampionsJuventus (13th title)
Runners-upMilan
Matches played79
Goals scored239 (3.03 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Alberto Cerri
Matteo Di Piazza
Maxi López
(4 goals each)

The 2017–18 Coppa Italia, also known as TIM Cup for sponsorship reasons, was the 71st edition of the national cup in Italian football. As a minimum, the winners of the Coppa Italia earn a place in the 2018–19 Europa League and would begin play in the group stage unless they qualify for a more favourable UEFA placing based on league play.[1] Seventy-eight clubs participated in this season's cup competition.[2]

Juventus won the championship for the 13th time by defeating Milan 4–0, and extended their record consecutive win streak to four. They had previously defeated Lazio (in 2014–15 and 2016–17) and Milan (in 2015–16). They did not concede a goal in any of the five games played in this year's competition, outscoring their opponents 10–0 on aggregate.

Participating teams[edit]

Serie A (20 teams)[edit]

Serie B (22 teams)[edit]

Serie C (27 teams)[edit]

Serie D (9 teams)[edit]

Format and seeding[edit]

Teams entered the competition at various stages, as follows:[3]

  • First phase (one-legged fixtures)
    • First round: 36 teams from Serie C and Serie D started the tournament
    • Second round: the eighteen winners from the previous round were joined by the 22 Serie B teams
    • Third round: the twenty winners from the second round met the twelve Serie A sides seeded 9–20
    • Fourth round: the sixteen winners faced each other
  • Second phase
    • Round of 16 (one-legged): the eight fourth round winners were inserted into a bracket with the Serie A clubs seeded 1–8
    • Quarter-finals (one-legged)
    • Semi-finals (two-legged)
  • Final (one-legged)

Round dates[edit]

The schedule of each round was as follows:[4]

Phase Round First leg Second leg
First stage First round 29–30 July 2017
Second round 5–6 August 2017
Third round 11–13 August 2017
Fourth round 29 November 2017
Final stage Round of 16 13–20 December 2017
Quarter-finals 27 December 2017 & 3 January 2018
Semi-finals 31 January 2018 28 February 2018
Final 9 May 2018

First stage[edit]

First round[edit]

A total of 36 teams from Serie C and Serie D competed in this round, eighteen of which advanced to second round. The first round matches were played between 29 and 30 July 2017.[5]

29 July 2017 Arezzo (3)0–1 Triestina (4) Arezzo
18:00 CEST Mensah Goal 10' Stadium: Stadio Città di Arezzo
Attendance: 780
Referee: Alessandro Dionisi
30 July 2017 Renate (3) 3–1Siracusa (3)Renate
16:00 CEST
Report
Stadium: Stadio Città di Meda
Note: Tie reversed from the original draw.
30 July 2017 Trastevere (4)1–2 Reggiana (3) Rome
16:30 CEST
Report
Stadium: Trastevere Stadium
Note: Tie reversed from the original draw.
30 July 2017 Virtus Francavilla (3) 3–1Imolese (4)Brindisi
17:00 CEST
Report
Stadium: Stadio France Franuzzi
30 July 2017 Vicenza (3) 4–1Pro Piacenza (3)Vicenza
18:00 CEST
Report
Stadium: Stadio Romeo Menti
30 July 2017 Piacenza (3) 1–0Massese (4)Piacenza
20:30 CEST Scaccabarozzi Goal 66' Report Stadium: Stadio Leonardo Garilli
30 July 2017 Trapani (3) 6–0Paganese (3)Erice
20:30 CEST
Report Stadium: Stadio Polisportivo Provinciale
30 July 2017 Cosenza (3)2–3 (a.e.t.) Alessandria (3) Cosenza
20:30 CEST
Report
Stadium: Stadio San Vito
Note: Tie reversed from the original draw
30 July 2017 Pisa (3) 3–1Varese (4)Pisa
20:30 CEST
Report Palazzolo Goal 11' Stadium: Stadio Arena Garibaldi
30 July 2017 Gubbio (3) 1–0Nuova Monterosi (4)Gubbio
20:30 CEST Valagussa Goal 50' Report Stadium: Stadio Pietro Barbetti
30 July 2017 Matera (3) 2–0Casertana (3)Matera
20:30 CEST
Report Stadium: Stadio XXI Settembre
30 July 2017 Lecce (3) 3–0Ciliverghe Mazzano (4)Lecce
20:30 CEST
Report Stadium: Stadio Via del Mare
30 July 2017 Pordenone (3) 2–0Matelica (4)Pordenone
20:30 CEST
Report Stadium: Stadio Ottavio Bottecchia
30 July 2017 Padova (3) 2–1 (a.e.t.)Rende (4)Padua
20:30 CEST Marcandella Goal 3'109' Goretta Goal 34' (pen.) Stadium: Stadio Euganeo
30 July 2017 Giana Erminio (3)1–3 AlbinoLeffe (3) Gorgonzola
20:30 CEST Perna Goal 79' Report
Stadium: Stadio Comunale Città di Gorgonzola
30 July 2017 Juve Stabia (3) 3–1Bassano Virtus (3)Caserta
20:45 CEST Berardi Goal 12'
Strefezza Goal 45+1'
Nava Goal 66'
Report Minesso Goal 40' Stadium: Stadio Alberto Pinto

Second round[edit]

A total of forty teams from Serie B, Serie C and Serie D competed in the second round, twenty of which advanced to join twelve teams from Serie A in the third round. The second round matches were played on 5 and 6 August 2017.[5]

5 August 2017 Spezia (2) 3–0Reggiana (3)La Spezia
18:00 CEST
Report Stadium: Stadio Alberto Picco
5 August 2017 Ascoli (2) 3–2Juve Stabia (3)Ascoli Piceno
18:00 CEST
Report
Stadium: Stadio Cino e Lillo Del Duca
5 August 2017 Pro Vercelli (2)1–2 Lecce (3) Vercelli
20:30 CEST Firenze Goal 61' Report Di Piazza Goal 36'46' Stadium: Stadio Silvio Piola
6 August 2017 Cesena (2) 2–1Sambenedettese (3)Cesena
20:45 CEST
Report Valente Goal 90+1' Stadium: Stadio Dino Manuzzi
6 August 2017 Novara (2)1–2 Piacenza (3) Novara
18:30 CEST Macheda Goal 90+4' Report
Stadium: Stadio Silvio Piola
6 August 2017 Ternana (2)0–1 Trapani (3) Terni
20:45 CEST Report Murano Goal 86' Stadium: Stadio Libero Liberati
6 August 2017 Carpi (2) 4–0Livorno (3)Carpi
20:30 CEST
Report Stadium: Stadio Sandro Cabassi
6 August 2017 Salernitana (2) 2–1Alessandria (3)Salerno
20:30 CEST
Report
Stadium: Stadio Arechi
6 August 2017 Virtus Entella (2)0–1 Cremonese (2) Chiavari
20:30 CEST Report Pesce Goal 45+1' Stadium: Stadio Comunale
6 August 2017 Bari (2) 2–1Parma (2)Bari
21:15 CEST Galano Goal (36) Report Calaiò Goal 2' (pen.) Stadium: Stadio San Nicola
6 August 2017 Pisa (3)0–1 Frosinone (2) Pisa
20:30 CEST Report Ciofani Goal 31' Stadium: Stadio Arena Garibaldi
Note: Tie reversed from the original draw.
6 August 2017 Perugia (2) 2–1Gubbio (3)Perugia
20:45 CEST
Report
Stadium: Stadio Renato Curi
6 August 2017 Avellino (2) 1–0Matera (3)Avellino
20:30 CEST D'Angelo Goal 11' Report Stadium: Stadio Partenio-Adriano Lombardi
6 August 2017 Palermo (2) 5–0Virtus Francavilla (3)Palermo
20:30 CEST
Report Stadium: Stadio Renzo Barbera
6 August 2017 Venezia (2)1–2 Pordenone (3) Venice
18:30 CEST Moreo Goal 60' Report
Stadium: Stadio Pierluigi Penzo
6 August 2017 Vicenza (3)1–3 Foggia (2) Vicenza
Report
Stadium: Stadio Romeo Menti
Note: Tie reversed from the original draw.
6 August 2017 Brescia (2) 1–0Padova (3)Brescia
Torregrossa Goal 15' Report Stadium: Stadio Mario Rigamonti
6 August 2017 Pescara (2) 5–3 (a.e.t.)Triestina (4)Pescara
20:30 CEST
Report
Stadium: Stadio Adriatico
6 August 2017 Cittadella (2) 2–1AlbinoLeffe (3)Cittadella
20:00 CEST
Report Ravasio Goal 66' Stadium: Stadio Pier Cesare Tombolato

Third round[edit]

A total of 32 teams from Serie A, Serie B and Serie C competed in the third round, sixteen of which advanced to the fourth round. The third round matches were played from 11–13 August 2017.[5]

11 August 2017 Torino (1) 7–1Trapani (3)Turin
Belotti Goal 13'39'
Fazio Goal 27' (o.g.)
Berenguer Goal 35'
Joel Obi Goal 43'
Falque Goal 68'
De Silvestri Goal 87'
Fazio Goal 18' Stadium: Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
Referee: Fabrizio Pasqua
12 August 2017 Crotone (1) 2–1Piacenza (3)Crotone
Barberis Goal 18'
Ceccherini Goal 83'
Bini Goal 61' Stadium: Stadio Ezio Scida
Referee: Riccardo Pinzani
12 August 2017 Bari (2) 2–1Cremonese (2)Bari
Salzano Goal 29'
Nenê Goal 41'
Brighenti Goal 8' Stadium: Stadio San Nicola
12 August 2017 Sassuolo (1) 2–0Spezia (2)Reggio Emilia
Missiroli Goal 8'
Berardi Goal 28'
Stadium: Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore
Referee: Luca Pairetto
12 August 2017 Brescia (2)1–3 Pescara (2) Brescia
Bisoli Goal 34' Capone Goal 30'
Del Sole Goal 57'81'
Stadium: Stadio Mario Rigamonti
12 August 2017 Udinese (1) 3–2Frosinone (2)Udine
Théréau Goal 29'
Lasagna Goal 63'
Jankto Goal 72'
Gori Goal 38'
Crivello Goal 78'
Stadium: Stadio Friuli
Referee: Piero Giacomelli
12 August 2017 Benevento (1)0–4 Perugia (2) Benevento
Cerri Goal 43'70'75' (pen.)
Emmanuello Goal 88'
Stadium: Stadio Ciro Vigorito
12 August 2017 Chievo (1) 2–1Ascoli (2)Verona
Birsa Goal 27'
Cacciatore Goal 90+5'
Favilli Goal 68' Stadium: Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi
Referee: Maurizio Mariani
12 August 2017 Carpi (2) 3–3 (a.e.t.)
(4–3 p)
Salernitana (2)Carpi
Malcore Goal 72' (pen.)
Concas Goal 79'
Nzola Goal 102'
Minala Goal 2'
Zito Goal 32'
Bocalon Goal 91'
Stadium: Stadio Sandro Cabassi
Penalties
Mbakogu Penalty scored
Malcore Penalty scored
Jelenič Penalty missed
Nzola Penalty scored
Concas Penalty scored
Penalty missed Rosina
Penalty scored Minala
Penalty missed Bocalon
Penalty scored Tuia
Penalty scored Vitale
12 August 2017 Sampdoria (1) 3–0Foggia (2)Genoa
Barreto Goal 21'
Caprari Goal 76'
Kownacki Goal 80'
Stadium: Stadio Luigi Ferraris
12 August 2017 Pordenone (3) 3–2Lecce (3)Pordenone
Raffini Goal 79'
Burrai Goal 83' (pen.)
Parodi Goal 89'
Di Piazza Goal 7'48' Stadium: Stadio Ottavio Bottecchia
12 August 2017 Bologna (1)0–3 Cittadella (2) Bologna
Kouamé Goal 20'
Pasa Goal 41'
Litteri Goal 45+1'
Stadium: Stadio Renato Dall'Ara
Referee: Rosario Abisso
12 August 2017 SPAL (1) 1–0Renate (3)Ferrera
Vicari Goal 28' Stadium: Stadio Paolo Mazza
13 August 2017 Genoa (1) 2–1 (a.e.t.)Cesena (2)Genoa
Simeone Goal 51'
Laxalt Goal 95'
Laribi Goal 36' (pen.) Stadium: Stadio Luigi Ferraris
Referee: Gianluca Manganiello
13 August 2017 Hellas Verona (1) 3–1Avellino (2)Verona
Verde Goal 34'38'
Zuculini Goal 87'
Castaldo Goal 49' Stadium: Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi
Referee: Paolo Mazzoleni

Fourth round[edit]

The fourth round matches were played between 28–30 November 2017.[5] All times were CET (UTC+1).

28 November 2017 Cagliari (1)1–2 Pordenone (3) Cagliari
15:00 Dessena Goal 18' Ángel Goal 8'
Bassoli Goal 62'
Stadium: Sardegna Arena
Referee: Fabio Piscopo
28 November 2017 SPAL (1)0–2 Cittadella (2) Ferrara
18:00 Konate Goal 13' (o.g.)
Schenetti Goal 87'
Stadium: Paolo Mazza
Referee: Valerio Marini
28 November 2017 Sampdoria (1) 4–1Pescara (2)Genoa
21:00 Kownacki Goal 2'74'
Ramírez Goal 9'
Caprari Goal 31'
Benali Goal 53' Stadium: Stadio Luigi Ferraris
Referee: Francesco Fourneau
29 November 2017 Sassuolo (1) 2–1Bari (2)Sassuolo
15:00 Falcinelli Goal 34'
Politano Goal 90+3'
Nenê Goal 64' (pen.) Stadium: Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore
Referee: Luigi Pillitteri
29 November 2017 Torino (1) 2–0Carpi (2)Turin
21:00 Falque Goal 18'
Belotti Goal 32'
Stadium: Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
Attendance: Lorenzo Illuzzi
30 November 2017 Udinese (1) 8–3Perugia (2)Udine
18:00 Danilo Goal 17'
Maxi López Goal 34' (pen.)49'63' (pen.)71'
Lasagna Goal 40'
Ingelsson Goal 82'
Jankto Goal 86'
Cerri Goal 45' (pen.)
Bianco Goal 55'
Mustacchio Goal 61'
Stadium: Stadio Friuli
Referee: Luigi Nasca
30 November 2017 Genoa (1) 1–0Crotone (1)Genoa
21:00 Migliore Goal 54' Stadium: Stadio Luigi Ferraris
Referee: Gianluca Manganiello

Final stage[edit]

Bracket[edit]

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
              
Napoli (1) 1
Udinese (1) 0
Napoli 1
Atalanta 2
Atalanta (1) 2
Sassuolo (1) 1
Atalanta 0 0 0
Juventus 1 1 2
Juventus (1) 2
Genoa (1) 0
Juventus 2
Torino 0
Roma (1) 1
Torino (1) 2
Juventus 4
Milan 0
Milan (1) 3
Hellas Verona (1) 0
Milan (a.e.t.) 1
Internazionale 0
Internazionale (1) (p) 0 (5)
Pordenone (3) 0 (4)
Milan (p) 0 0 (5) 0 (5)
Lazio 0 0 (4) 0 (4)
Lazio (1) 4
Cittadella (2) 1
Lazio 1
Fiorentina 0
Fiorentina (1) 3
Sampdoria (1) 2

Round of 16[edit]

Round of 16 matches were played from 12–20 December 2017.

12 December 2017 Internazionale (1) 0–0 (a.e.t.)
(5–4 p)
Pordenone (3)Milan
21:00 CET (UTC+1) Report Stadium: San Siro
Attendance: 25,956
Referee: Juan Luca Sacchi
Penalties
Brozović Penalty scored
Perišić Penalty scored
Škriniar Penalty missed
Gagliardini Penalty missed
Icardi Penalty scored
Vecino Penalty scored
Nagatomo Penalty scored
Penalty missed Misuraca
Penalty scored Burrai
Penalty scored Magnaghi
Penalty missed Lulli
Penalty scored Stefani
Penalty scored Ciurria
Penalty missed Parodi
13 December 2017 Fiorentina (1) 3–2Sampdoria (1)Florence
17:30 CET (UTC+1) Babacar Goal 2'
Veretout Goal 59' (pen.)90' (pen.)
Report Barreto Goal 39'
Ramírez Goal 77' (pen.)
Stadium: Stadio Artemio Franchi
Attendance: 7,038
Referee: Rosario Abisso
13 December 2017 Milan (1) 3–0Hellas Verona (1)Milan
21:00 CET (UTC+1) Suso Goal 22'
Romagnoli Goal 30'
Cutrone Goal 55'
Report Stadium: San Siro
Attendance: 9,263
Referee: Claudio Gavillucci
14 December 2017 Lazio (1) 4–1Cittadella (2)Rome
21:00 CET (UTC+1) Immobile Goal 11'87'
Felipe Anderson Goal 24'
Camigliano Goal 36' (o.g.)
Report Bartolomei Goal 41' Stadium: Stadio Olimpico
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Riccardo Pinzani
19 December 2017 Napoli (1) 1–0Udinese (1)Naples
21:00 CET (UTC+1) Insigne Goal 71' Report Stadium: Stadio San Paolo
Attendance: 15,096
Referee: Fabrizio Pasqua
20 December 2017 Atalanta (1) 2–1Sassuolo (1)Bergamo
15:00 CET (UTC+1) Cornelius Goal 16'
Tolói Goal 33'
Report Tolói Goal 74' (o.g.) Stadium: Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia
Attendance: 3,867
Referee: Davide Ghersini
20 December 2017 Roma (1)1–2 Torino (1) Rome
17:30 CET (UTC+1) Schick Goal 85' Report De Silvestri Goal 39'
Edera Goal 73'
Stadium: Stadio Olimpico
Attendance: 27,206
Referee: Gianpaolo Calvarese
20 December 2017 Juventus (1) 2–0Genoa (1)Turin
20:45 CET (UTC+1) Dybala Goal 42'
Higuaín Goal 76'
Report Stadium: Allianz Stadium
Attendance: 39,969
Referee: Fabio Maresca

Quarter-finals[edit]

Quarter-final matches were played from 26 December 2017–3 January 2018.

26 December 2017 Lazio 1–0FiorentinaRome
21:00 CET (UTC+1) Lulić Goal 6' Report Stadium: Stadio Olimpico
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Antonio Damato
27 December 2017 Milan 1–0 (a.e.t.)InternazionaleMilan
20:45 CET (UTC+1) Cutrone Goal 104' Report Stadium: San Siro
Attendance: 48,721
Referee: Marco Guida
2 January 2018 Napoli1–2 Atalanta Naples
20:45 CET (UTC+1) Mertens Goal 84' Report Castagne Goal 50'
Gómez Goal 81'
Stadium: Stadio San Paolo
Attendance: 27,174
Referee: Piero Giacomelli
3 January 2018 Juventus 2–0TorinoTurin
20:45 CET (UTC+1) Douglas Costa Goal 15'
Mandžukić Goal 67'
Report Stadium: Allianz Stadium
Attendance: 37,763
Referee: Daniele Doveri

Semi-finals[edit]

For the semi-finals, the first legs were played on 30 and 31 January and the second on 28 February 2018.

First leg[edit]
30 January 2018 Atalanta 0–1 Juventus Bergamo
20:45 CET (UTC+1) Report Higuaín Goal 3' Stadium: Stadio Atleti Azzurri d'Italia
Attendance: 16,406
Referee: Paolo Valeri
31 January 2018 Milan 0–0 Lazio Milan
20:45 CET (UTC+1) Report Stadium: San Siro
Attendance: 17,724
Referee: Marco Guida
Second leg[edit]
28 February 2018 Juventus 1–0
(2–0 agg.)
AtalantaTurin
17:30 CET (UTC+1) Pjanić Goal 75' (pen.) Report Stadium: Allianz Stadium
Attendance: 38,417
Referee: Michael Fabbri

Final[edit]

Juventus4–0Milan
Report
Attendance: 66,400

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Player Club Goals
1 Italy Alberto Cerri Perugia 4
Italy Matteo Di Piazza Lecce
Argentina Maxi López Udinese
4 Italy Andrea Belotti Torino 3
Italy Salvatore Burrai Pordenone
Italy Ferdinando Del Sole Pescara
Italy Umberto Eusepi Pisa
Italy Andrea Favilli Ascoli
Poland Dawid Kownacki Sampdoria
Italy Jacopo Murano Trapani
North Macedonia Aleksandar Trajkovski Palermo

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Preliminary Access List 2018/19". Bert Kassies. Archived from the original on 22 December 2017. Retrieved 28 July 2017.
  2. ^ "COPPA ITALIA: Season Rules". scoresway.com. Archived from the original on 24 December 2017. Retrieved 28 July 2017.
  3. ^ "Coppa Italia 2015/16, 2016/17 e 2017/18" (PDF) (in Italian). Lega Serie A. 19 February 2015.
  4. ^ "Il tabellone della TIM Cup 2017/2018" (PDF). Lega Serie A. 24 July 2017.
  5. ^ a b c d "COPPA ITALIA". soccerway.com. Retrieved 28 July 2017.

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