The 1968-69 season saw the 18th competition for the FDGB-Pokal, the East German national football cup.The first round was competed with 46 teams: 15 Bezirkspokal winners (indicated by an asterisk), 29 teams from the DDR-Liga and the two teams relegated from the DDR-Oberliga in the previous season. BSG Chemie Premnitz, a DDR-Liga side, were given a bye to the intermediate round.

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  • The 1968-69 season saw the 18th competition for the FDGB-Pokal, the East German national football cup.The first round was competed with 46 teams: 15 Bezirkspokal winners (indicated by an asterisk), 29 teams from the DDR-Liga and the two teams relegated from the DDR-Oberliga in the previous season. BSG Chemie Premnitz, a DDR-Liga side, were given a bye to the intermediate round. The competition was played in a knock-out format, if scores were level after 90 minutes, the match went into extra time. If the scores were still level after this, a replay was played.After an intermediate round, the participants of which were determined by a draw - three Bezirkspokal winners and nine DDR-Liga sides - the 14 current Oberliga teams joined the competition. Three Oberliga sides were already eliminated at this stage: F.C. Hansa Rostock, FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt and BSG Stahl Riesa. 1967 Oberliga champions FC Carl Zeiss Jena needed a replay against Motor Grimma that they won convincingly: 10-1 was the final score. The only other remaining Bezirkspokal winner, BFC Dynamo II was eliminated after a 1-2 loss to DDR-Liga side SG Dynamo Dresden.The third round saw the repeat of last year's final between 1. FC Union Berlin and Jena. Jena had their revenge, winning 0-1 in berlin and eliminating the title holders. Two DDR-Liga sides, Wismut Gera and Dynamo Dresden had qualified for the quarter finals, but lost their away games and went out. Last year's finalist Jena was eliminated in the quarter finals as well, losing 1-4 to Vorwärts Berlin who in turn went out after a 1-2 loss against FC Karl-Marx-Stadt. Kalr-Marx-Stadt's opposition was 1. FC Magdeburg who had reached their third final by beating Berliner FC Dynamo in their home ground. (en)
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  • The 1968-69 season saw the 18th competition for the FDGB-Pokal, the East German national football cup.The first round was competed with 46 teams: 15 Bezirkspokal winners (indicated by an asterisk), 29 teams from the DDR-Liga and the two teams relegated from the DDR-Oberliga in the previous season. BSG Chemie Premnitz, a DDR-Liga side, were given a bye to the intermediate round. (en)
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