The DFB-Pokal 1980–81 was the 38th season of the competition, beginning on 27 August 1980 and ending on 2 May 1981. In the final FC Kaiserslautern was defeated by Eintracht Frankfurt (3–1) who were awarded the trophy for the third time. Despite losing in the quarter-finals Hamburg set an all-time record by scoring 36 goals in the competition. And despite losing in the quarter-finals too, Fortuna Düsseldorf set an all-time record of 18 consecutive cup-match victories since 1978.

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  • The DFB-Pokal 1980–81 was the 38th season of the competition, beginning on 27 August 1980 and ending on 2 May 1981. In the final FC Kaiserslautern was defeated by Eintracht Frankfurt (3–1) who were awarded the trophy for the third time. Despite losing in the quarter-finals Hamburg set an all-time record by scoring 36 goals in the competition. And despite losing in the quarter-finals too, Fortuna Düsseldorf set an all-time record of 18 consecutive cup-match victories since 1978. (en)
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