2019 Copa Ecuador

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The 2019 Copa Ecuador was the first edition of the Copa Ecuador, Ecuador's domestic football cup. It began with the first round on 10 November 2018 and concluded with its double-legged final on 10 and 16 November 2019. LDU Quito were the winners, beating Delfín on away goals after tying 3–3 on aggregate score. They would have qualified for the 2020 Copa Sudamericana, but since they had already qualified for international competition through their league performance as well as the runners-up and both semifinalists, the berth was reallocated to the ninth-placed team of the league, El Nacional.

Format[edit source | edit]

The competition involved 48 teams and was divided into seven rounds. The first round was played by 22 teams from the provincial associations (20 provincial champions and 2 invitees) and 2 amateur teams, which were drawn into 12 two-legged ties. The 12 winners qualified for the second round, where they were drawn into six two-legged ties with the winners advancing to the third round.

In the third round, the six winners from the previous round were joined by the 16 Serie A and 10 Serie B teams, who played in 16 two-legged ties with the winners advancing to the round of 16, from where the competition advanced to the quarterfinals, semifinals, and final.[1]

Prizes[edit source | edit]

The champions of this edition earned the right to compete in the 2020 Copa Sudamericana, taking the Ecuador 4 berth.[1] In case the champions were already qualified for the Copa Libertadores or Copa Sudamericana through their league performance, the berth would be transferred to the runners-up, the semifinalists, or the next best team of the league not yet qualified for either competition.

Schedule[edit source | edit]

Round Draw date First leg Second leg
First round 30 October 2018 10–14 November 2018 16–21 November 2018
Second round 23–28 November 2018 1–5 December 2018
Third round 2 April 2019 24 April – 9 May 2019 14 May – 19 June 2019
Round of 16 2–17 July 2019 23 July – 8 August 2019
Quarterfinals 14 August – 8 September 2019 18–25 September 2019
Semifinals 2–23 October 2019 30 October 2019
Finals 10–16 November 2019

Teams[edit source | edit]

48 clubs took part in this edition of the Copa Ecuador: 16 from the Serie A, 8 from the Serie B, 20 from the Segunda CategorĂ­a, 2 amateur teams and Deportivo Quito and Everest, both invited by the Ecuadorian Football Federation based on their historical records.[2][3]

Serie A[edit source | edit]

Serie B[edit source | edit]

Segunda CategorĂ­a[edit source | edit]

Amateur teams[edit source | edit]

  • San Pedro
  • Spartak

Invited teams[edit source | edit]

Notes:

  1. ↑ 1.0 1.1 Alianza Cotopaxi and Duros del BalĂłn (later renamed as Independiente Juniors and AtlĂ©tico Porteño, respectively) received byes to the third round following their promotion to Serie B at the end of the 2018 season.

First round[edit source | edit]

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Second round[edit source | edit]

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Note: Deportivo Quito qualified for the third round, however they were excluded from the competition due to their suspension for failing to pay its creditors. They were replaced by Mineros, as the next best team in the aggregate table of the competition.[4]

Third round[edit source | edit]

The third round of the competition was held from 24 April to 19 June 2019, with teams in Serie A and Serie B entering at this stage. The draw for this stage of the competition was held on 2 April 2019.[5]

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Bracket[edit source | edit]

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Round of 16[edit source | edit]

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Quarterfinals[edit source | edit]

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Semifinals[edit source | edit]

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Finals[edit source | edit]

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Tied 3–3 on aggregate, LDU Quito won on away goals.

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Top goalscorers[edit source | edit]

Rank Name Club Goals
1 Template:Country data URU Rodrigo Aguirre LDU Quito 4
Argentina Alexis DomĂ­nguez Independiente Juniors
3 Template:Country data ECU Daniel Angulo Emelec 3
Template:Country data ECU Carlos Garcés Delfín
Template:Country data ECU José Lugo Alianza de Guano
Template:Country data COL Cristian MartĂ­nez Borja LDU Quito
Template:Country data ECU Jorge Luis Palacios Mushuc Runa
Template:Country data ECU Jacson Pita Deportivo Cuenca

Source: FEF

References[edit source | edit]

  1. ↑ 1.0 1.1 "INFORME TOTAL SOBRE LA ESTRUCTURA DE LA COPA ECUADOR". EcuafĂștbol. 7 August 2018. Archived from the original on 26 December 2018. Retrieved 25 January 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ↑ "Deportivo Quito invitado a la Copa Ecuador" (in Spanish). El Universo. 30 August 2018. Retrieved 25 January 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ↑ "No solo los invitaron a los Chullas" (in Spanish). Futbolecuador. 31 August 2018. Retrieved 25 January 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ↑ "Deportivo Quito, desafectado de la Copa Ecuador por "falta de pago a acreedores"" (in Spanish). El Universo. 29 March 2019.
  5. ↑ "Así quedaron definidas las llaves de los 16vos de final de la Copa Ecuador" (in Spanish). El Comercio. 2 April 2019.

External links[edit source | edit]

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