The 1972-73 season was the 22nd competition for the FDGB-Pokal, the national football cup competition of East Germany.As the second-tier DDR-Liga had been enlarged to 58 teams in the previous season, the competition had to be held in a new format.

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  • The 1972-73 season was the 22nd competition for the FDGB-Pokal, the national football cup competition of East Germany.As the second-tier DDR-Liga had been enlarged to 58 teams in the previous season, the competition had to be held in a new format. The first round proper was held — after a play-off between FSV Sömmerda and HFC Chemie II — with 72 teams: 15 Bezirkspokal winners (designated with an asterisk), 55 DDR-Liga teams and the two teams relegated from the DDR-Oberliga in the 1971-72 season, Stahl Riesa and Vorwärts Stralsund.After an intermediate round that saw the seven remaining Bezirkspokal winners and the 29 surviving DDR-Liga teams, the 14 current DDR-Oberliga teams joined in the second round proper. Only two Bezirkspokal winners (Wismut Gera II and Fortschritt Krumhermersdorf) took part in this round, together with 16 second-tier teams. Both Bezirkspokal winners were eliminated, as well as three top-flight teams: Sachsenring Zwickau, Vorwärts Frankfurt and Wismut Aue.In contrast to the first rounds, the fixtures in the round of last 16, the quarter- and semi-finals were played over two legs. If scores were level, extra time and a penalty shoot-out followed. The away goals rule was applied as well.The reserve team of F.C. Hansa Rostock was the only second-tier club not eliminated in the round of last 16 and thus the club entered the quarter-finals with two teams. The reserves, sodass dieser Klub mit zwei Vertretungen in das Viertelfinale einzog. Hansa had eliminated defending champions FC Carl Zeiss Jena, but went out in the quarter final against 1. FC Magdeburg. Last year's finalist and new DDR-Oberliga Dynamo Dresden went out in the quarter finals against 1. FC Lok Leipzig who went on to beat Berliner FC Dynamo to reach the final against 1. FC Magdeburg in Dessau. Magdeburg had beaten fellow DDR-Oberliga side FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt to secure their fourth final appearance since 1964 (as SC Aufbau Magdeburg). (en)
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  • The 1972-73 season was the 22nd competition for the FDGB-Pokal, the national football cup competition of East Germany.As the second-tier DDR-Liga had been enlarged to 58 teams in the previous season, the competition had to be held in a new format. (en)
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