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The Copa del Rey, The King’s Cup in English, is an annual knock out cup competition in Spain that is the Spanish equivalent of the FA Cup.

Featuring all of the top La Liga teams as well as small Spanish sides and regional clubs, the Copa del Rey is a chance for the minnows in Spain to match up with the giants and perhaps pull off a shock result.

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Copa Del Rey

The Copa del Rey, is also known as La Copa but it’s full title is actually Campeonato de España – Copa de Su Majestad el Rey (Championship of Spain – The Cup of His Majesty the King).

Founded in 1903, the Copa del Rey is the oldest Spanish football competition and nowadays the winners gain qualification for the Europa League.

Every season 83 teams enter the competition, with the majority coming from the Spanish main land but the Spanish Islands are also well represented as are Spanish overseas territories. That can gives us some fascinating match ups and some never seen before games that make the Copa del Rey a must for any Spanish football fan.

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The Copa Del Rey was founded way back in 1903 and ever since then it has been organised by the Royal Spanish Football Federation (the Federacion Espanola de Clubs de Football) which makes it the oldest football coemption in Spain and it is still considered one of the most prestigious national cup competitions in world football.

The Copa Del Rey acts as a qualifying coemption for the UEFA Europa League and the Supercopa de Espana, with the winner qualifying for both.

If the winner has already qualified for either of those tournaments due to league position, i.e. winning the league to qualifying for the Spanish Supercopa or finish in a European qualification spot, the next highest placed team in the league come the end of the La Liga season who have not qualified are given a place into tournaments.

The competition was developed out of an event to celebrate the coronation of King Alfonso XIII as Madrid FC, FC Barcelona, Club Espanyol de Foot-Ball, New Foot-Ball de Madrid and Club Bizcaya (a joint team made up of players form the Bilbao teams of Athletic Club and Bilbao FC) met in a tournament named the Copa de la Coronacion.

Throughout the long history of the Copa Del Rey, there have actually been 12 trophies used to award the winner as teams winning the trophy either 3 times in a row or on 5 separate occasions have been awarded the trophy on a permanent basis.

This has led to Fc Barcelona, Real Madrid, Athletic Bilbao winning numerous trophies whilst Sevilla were awarded the Trofeo del Generalisimo in 1939 and Atletico Madrid were awarded the trophy in 1976 after winning the trophy the last time the competition was held before the death of General Francisco Franco.

Despite been held annually for over 100 years, there have actually only been relatively few clubs to win the competitions as the likes of FC Barcelona, Athletic Bilbao, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Valencia have dominated the competition.

Other multiple winners include Real Zaragoza, Sevilla, Espanyol, Real Union, Real Sociedad, Real Betis and Deportivo de La Coruna.

Spanish football is one of the most successful and popular footballing nations in the world both at a club and at international level so it is no surprise that so many millions of fans across the globe tune in to watch action live from Spain each and every week of the season but whilst many follow La Liga as much as any local competition, many fans miss out on watching the Copa del Rey.

Watching knock out football from Spain can be difficult with Spanish cup game snot getting the same level of focus and exposure when compared to league games but with so many great players and so many iconic teams playing against each other, there is no reason that fans should miss out on the action and miss out on the fantastic football offered.

Whilst the Copa Del Rey is an open cup coemption which means that any team can face off against any other team at any stage, it does mean that there is the opportunity at any stage of the competition to give us simply must watch games including some of the biggest derbies in world football.

Of course as the tournament progresses you tend to be left with only the bigger clubs and with matches getting more and more important, these matches become bigger and bigger events and more and more important not just to the player s and clubs involved but also for fans.

Matches such as El Clasico (Real Madrid v FC Barcelona), the Madrid Derby (Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid) and the Seville Derby (Sevilla v Real Betis) have given us great moments and matches in the Spanish cup down the years and there is a chance every season that those teams will be drawn against each other once more.

History of the Spanish Cup

The Copa del Rey, sometimes wrongly known as the Copa del Ray in English speaking media, is one of the world oldest knock out competitions having been established soon after the English version in 1902 but just as is the case with most sporting tournaments, the Spanish cup started from humble beginners before turning into the major competition that we know it as to this very day.

The event started life as the Copa de la Coronacion on the suggestion of Juan de Astorquia (then president of Bilbao Football Club) and Carlos Padros (a future president of Real Madrid) but forward the idea of a new tournament in celebration of the new Spanish King.

For the inaugural edition of the cup only 5 teams took place; Madrid FC (Real Madrid), FC Barcelona, Club Espanyol de Foot-Ball, New Foot-Ball de Madrid, and Club Bizcaya (a joint team representing Athletic Club and Bilbao FC)- who went on to defeat Barca in the final.

From 1903, the Copa was actually the national championship in Spain until the formation of the Campeonato de Liga (League Championship) in 1928.

It was Athletic Bilbao that won the first edition of the cup proper when it was known as the Copa del Ayuntamiento de Madrid (Madrid City Council’s Cup).

Between 1905 and 1932, the cup had the name of the Copa de Su Majestad El Rey Alfonso XIII (His Majesty King Alfonso XIII’s Cup.

With the advent of the Second Spanish Republic, it was no surprise for the cup to have another name change when it became the Copa del Presidente de la República (President of the Republic Cup), or simply as the Copa de Espana (Spanish Cup).

When Spain fell to the dictatorship of Francisco Franco, the cup became known as the Copa de Su Excelencia El Generalisimo (His Excellency, The Supreme General’s Cup), although that was often shortened to the Copa del Generalisimo.

Aside from the myriad of name changes, there have been lots of interesting and historic moment sin the cup down the years with one of the early important moments coming in 1904 when Athletic Bilbao won the cup after their opponents Espanol de Madrid failed to show.

In both 1910 and 1913, the club’s in Spain were split between 2 rival cup competitions were established by the rival football associations in what was quickly becoming the wild west of football.

The Union Espanola de Clubs de Futbol launched the Copa UECF whilst the Federacion Espanola de Futbol launched the Copa FEF.

Before the formation of La Liga, the cup was the national championship in Spain where teams qualified to enter via a number of regional leagues.

Over the years, the competition has continued to grow as early on in the cups existence only top flight teams competed, then 2nd tier clubs were allowed to enter and then 3rd tier teams to where there are teams right down to the amateur leagues allowed to compete for a place in the cup each seaosn in the modern era.

The 1937 edition also saw a split between the clubs when during the Spanish civil war, the clubs in the Republic area of Spain entered the Copa de la Espana Libre, where Levante defeated their rivals Valencia.

Down the years, there have been 12 actual trophies handed out to the winners of the cup due to clubs who have won either 3 times in a row or 5 times overall been allowed to keep the trophy awarded them.

Real Madrid were awarded the Copa de la República in 1936, Athletic kept the inaugural trophy and Sevilla were awarded Trofeo del Generalisimo for winning the first edition of that version whilst Atletico Madrid were awarded another version of that trophy upon the death of Franco.

In 2010, Sevilla asked the Spanish football association, the Royal Spanish Football Federation, to keep the then current trophy to commemorate the Spanish national teams win at the FIFA World Cup.

In 2011, a new and expensive trophy was awarded to Real Madrid when they won the final but during the celebration on top of an open top double-decker bus, Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos dropped the trophy and the bus run it over- thankfully for the player, a policeman ran over to rescue it.

As you would expect from a Spanish domestic trophy, the holders of the trophies have been dominated by the biggest clubs in the country with FC Barcelona leading the way.

Amongst the other most successful clubs in the tournaments history are Athletic Bilbao, Real Madrid, and Atletico Madrid.

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