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odds Copa del Rey 2020

odds Copa del Rey

Who wins the Copa del Rey 2020?

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Barcelona3.002.75
Real Madrid3.753.50
Atlético Madrid7.006.00
Valencia11.0011.00
Fc-Sevilla15.0015.00
Fc Sevilla17.0017.00
Athletic Bilbao26.0021.00
Villarreal26.0021.00
Getafe26.0026.00
Betis-Sevilla34.0034.00
Rcd-Espanyol-Barcelona34.0034.00
Real Betis34.0034.00
Espanyol Barcelona51.0051.00
Eibar67.0034.00
Real Sociedad67.0034.00
Celta Vigo67.0051.00
Real-Valladolid67.0067.00
Alavés101.0051.00
Levante101.0067.00
Leganés151.0051.00
Osasuna151.0067.00
Granada Cf201.00201.00
Valladolid201.00201.00
Albacete251.00251.00
Deportivo La Coruna251.00251.00
Girona251.00251.00
Huesca251.00251.00
Malagá251.00251.00
Rayo Vallecano251.00251.00
Rcd Mallorca251.00251.00
Sporting De Gijón501.00301.00
Almeria501.00501.00
Cádiz501.00501.00
Oviedo501.00501.00
Alcorcón1001.001001.00
Elche1001.001001.00
Extremadura1001.001001.00
Las Palmas1001.001001.00
Real Zaragoza1001.001001.00
Tenerife1001.001001.00
Lugo1501.001501.00
Numancia1501.001501.00
Mirandés2001.001001.00
Deportivo Ponferradina2001.002001.00
Fuenlabrada2001.002001.00
Racing Santander2001.002001.00
Ca Antoniano2501.002501.00
Cf Intercity2501.002501.00
Fc Andorra2501.002501.00
Pena Azagresa2501.002501.00
Sd Tarazona2501.002501.00

Copa del Rey 2019-2020

Copa del Rey (King’s cup) is a Spanish football cup. The cup was founded in 1902, a competition under the name Copa de la Coronación, played at the suggestion of Carlos Padrósa, later president of Real Madrid, who suggested that the football tournament should be held as celebration of the crowning of King Alfonso XIII. Four teams joined Real Madrid FC in the competition: FC Barcelona, Club Español de Foot-Ball, New Foot-Ball de Madrid and Club Bizcaya (a team composed of Athletic Club and Bilbao FC players) who won cup, after winning against Barcelona in the final. However, this tournament is considered only the forerunner of the Copa del Rey and is not officially recognized by the Spanish Football Association. Beside it the trophy is in the Athletic’s Museum in Bilbao, and the winning title is on their success list.

The most successful club of this competition is Barcelona with 30 titles, also they have played in 41 Copa del Rey finals. Atletic Bilbao has 23 titles, Real Madrid 19, Atlético Madrid 10, Valencia 8, Real Zaragoza 6, Sevilla 5 etc.

In the season 2018-2019  Barcelona played for the 6th time in a row in a cup final match. The final in the 2018/19 season was played on Estadio Benito Villamarín in Seville and the winner of the trophy is Valencia who defeated Barcelona with result 2:1.

The 2019–20 Copa del Rey will be the 118th edition of the Copa del Rey. The winner will assure a place for the 2020–21 UEFA Europa League group stage. The 2019/20 Copa del Rey also brings some changes to the format of competition. The number of teams is expanding  to 126 and changing all rounds to a single-match format until semifinals. Many of the big Spanish clubs have complained on the previous format with two games in every round, and they couldn't perform on the top level in the Cup, League and especially in the European competitions - Champions League and Europe League - because of the tight schedule.

Also because it will be one match rounds from now on, the away goal rule is no more valid. The matches that will end in draw will be decided in extra time and on penalties if necessary.

It will always be exciting to watch Copa del Rey matches since in total there are over 100 teams that will be playing in this tournament.

 


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