Prize for Hernán Cortés, Quintanar, Rubí, Chiclana and Buñol!

The first round of the Copa del Rey is already served. The tournament of excitement and surprises returns for another season with clashes between First Division superstars and clubs from towns with less than 1,000 inhabitants that will rebel in search of making history. This Tuesday the draw for the first round was held in the Ciudad del Fútbol of Las Rozas, whose matches will be played on October 31, November 1 and 2. In total, 55 pairings that came with conditions: the lower category teams always had to be paired with the higher ones. And with the addition that these modest ones must play at home in a tie that will be a single match. Hence, Sevilla, Betis, Real Sociedad, Athletic and Valencia, the desired greats, have to respectively visit CD Quintanar, CD Hernán Cortés, CD Buñol, UE Rubí and UD Logroñés.

At the end of the month a new edition of the KO tournament starts in which all categories of Spanish football are measured. In total, 115 teams, although only 110 of them will participate in this first skirmish. The Federation awards two rounds of exemption to the four participants in the Super Cup (Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Atlético and Osasuna)who have a direct ticket for sixteenths, and with a round to the First Federation champion (SD Amorebieta). Although the great ogres of Spanish football are not there, there will be great teams and world stars. Like Kubo or Bryan Zaragoza, the new ‘jewel’ of the National Team.

Athletic, one of the kings of the Cup with 23 titles in its cabinets, was one of the greats desired by the teams from the regional category. The grand prize went to UE Rubí. CD Hernán Cortés and UD Logroñés also came out with a smile, who were paired with Betis and Valencia, clubs that also have a great cup winner’s record and won for the last time in 2022 and 2019 respectively. Imanol’s Real Sociedad, one of the sensations in Spanish football in recent seasons, was the award that CD Buñol received. The greats of LaLiga will not be able to trust themselves despite their superiority, since many times illusion prevails over quality. An example of this was the elimination at the first opportunity of Cádiz and Almería last season, without forgetting the defeats of five other Second Division teams.

First round matchups

Qualifiers with First Division teams

CD Hernán Cortés-Betis


AD Tardienta-Getafe

Atlético Lugones-Rayo Vallecano

CD Quintanar-Seville

Deportivo Murcia FC-Alavés

Turégano CF-Celta

CD Buñol-Real Sociedad

UE Rubí-Athletic

CD Boiro-Mallorca

CD San ​​Roque de Lepe-Girona


CF Badalona Futur-Cádiz

UD Logroñés-Valencia

Arosa SC-Granada

CD Manacor-Las Palmas

Elimination with Second Division teams

Atlético Astorga-Andorra

Varea-Levante CD

Lorca Deportiva-Eibar

Real Jaén-Eldense

CD Azuaga-Cartagena


Peña Deportiva-Valladolid



Terrassa FC-Albacete



CE Manresa-Oviedo

EC Europe-Elche

Marbella-Racing de Ferrol


AD Lllerenense-Leganés


SD Compostela-Tenerife

Águilas FC-Huesca

Elimination between First Federation and Second Federation teams

Egüés Valley-Teruel



Tudelano-Recreativo de Huelva

Gymnastics Segoviana-Sestao River

Manchego Ciudad Real – Antequera

Real Avilés Industrial-Arenteiro


Náxara-UD Melilla

Gernika-Unionists of Salamanca


CA Antoniano-Lugo


Yeclano-Atlético Sanluqueño

UCAM Murcia-Linares

Arandina-Real Murcia



Elimination between teams of the same category (Second RFEF)


Copa del Rey dates 2023-24

First round: November 1st

Segunda roundto: December 6

Sixteenths: January 7th

Eighth: January 17

Rooms: January 24

Semifinals: Departure on February 7 and return on the 28th.

Final: 6 of April

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