DFB Pokal Predictions

The DFB-Pokal is an annual German knockout football cup tournament organized by the German Football Association (DFB). The competition features 64 teams, including all clubs from the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga. After the Bundesliga Championship, it is regarded as the second most important club title in German football. The winner of the competition, which runs from August to May, is eligible for the DFL-Supercup and the UEFA Europa League unless they have already qualified for the UEFA Champions League in the Bundesliga.

On this page you can find betting predictions for the DFB-Pokal Competition. Our tips are carefully analyzed by our sport expert tipsters. We therefore offer an in-depth knowledge of predictions with very high profit probability. Scrolling down the page will expose you to clear cut explanations on tips and the DFB-Pokal Competition. Check out more competitions on our Football predictions site

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What kind of DFB Pokal tips do we offer?

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You will get detailed information about the following variations of bets on the DFB-Pokal Competition.

Single Bets tips

1×2, double chance, over & under, correct score, halftime/fulltime, number of goals, handicap, next goal, corner and free kick / penalty bets, to qualify, and a lot more.

Accumulator Bets

A combination of more bets/matches in order to get higher odds for higher profit. If suitable for a match day of DFB-Pokal Competition, we will let you know in our tips.

System Bets tips

Playing a 3 out of 4 system bet with one risky bet and 3 banks could really pay off in order to make the highest possible winnings.

What do we analyze in our DFB Pokal Competition tips?

Our  expert tipsters have had enough experience to point out the highs and lows of teams that could effect a match results, and can therefore provide you with accurate and precise predictions on DFB-Pokal Competition.

Our professionals are digging deep into statistics of certain teams. We analyze previous DFB-Pokal matches and domestic league matches. We take a look at home and away results in the domestic league and the DFB-Pokal matches, possible squads, information about recent performance, injured or booked key players and a lot more.

Moreover, all data collected will be combined with betting facts like odds and likelihood of certain result to provide you with the best possible bet for your interests. We provide you with the best games and most interest bets you are looking at in DFB Pokal Predictions.

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More info about DFB Pokal Competition

The DFB-Pokal, formerly known as the Tschammer-Pokal, was established in 1935. FC Nurnberg was the first team to win the title. Schalke 04 was the first team to win the double in 1937. Due to World War II, the Tschammer-Pokal was halted in 1944 and dismantled after Nazi Germany was defeated. The DFB-Pokal, named after the DFB, was reintroduced in West Germany in 1952-53, and Rot-Weiss Essen won it. The East German version, the FDGB-Pokal, began in 1949 and ran until 1991, when it was amalgamated with the DFB-Pokal.

Participation

Since the beginning of the Tschammer-Pokal in 1935, the competition format has changed significantly. Currently, a round of 64 kicks off the DFB-Pokal. The top four teams from the 3. Liga, as well as the 36 teams from the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga, are automatically qualified for the tournament. The cup winners of the regional football associations receive 21 of the remaining berths. The three remaining slots will be distributed among the three regional associations with the most men’s teams. They may assign the slot as they see appropriate, but it is normally given to the association cup runner-up. Every team is eligible to compete in local tournaments that qualify them for association cups, thus they can compete in the DFB-Pokal in theory. The only exception is that reserve teams, such as Bayern Munich II, are not allowed to compete since 2008. 

Seeding

For the first round, the 64 teams are divided into two pots of 32. One-pot contains the 18 teams from the previous season of the Bundesliga and the other 14 teams from the previous season of the 2. Bundesliga. The other pot includes the bottom 4 teams from the previous season of 2. Bundesliga, the top 4 teams from the previous season of the 3. Liga and the 24 amateur teams that qualified through the Regional Football tournaments. Teams from one pot are drawn against teams from the other pot. Since 1982, teams from the pot containing amateur teams have played their games at home.

The teams are separated into two pots for the second round using the same procedures as before. However, depending on the results of the first round, the pots do not have to be of equal size this time. Professional teams are matched with amateur teams until one pot is empty. The remaining teams are then picked from the non-empty pot, with the first-drawn team having a home advantage. For the remaining rounds, other than the final, the teams are drawn from one pot. Teams are picked from a single pot for the remaining rounds, besides the final. Every year since 1985, the final has been staged in Berlin’s Olympic Stadium.

Match Rules

If the scores is tied after 90 minutes, extra time will be played, followed by a penalty shootout if necessary.

International Qualifications

The champion of the DFB-Pokal has qualified for the European Cup Winners Cup since 1960. After the Cup Winners Cup was abolished in 1999, the winner of the DFB-Pokal qualified for the UEFA Cup, which has been called as the UEFA Europa League since 2009.

Major Records in The DFB Pokal Cup

  • Since their fourth triumph in 1969, Bayern Munich has won 20 cups, making them the most successful team in the competition.
  • Between 1978 and 1981, Fortuna Dusseldorf set a record by winning 18 consecutive German Cup matches, including the title in 1979 and 1980.
  • From 1988 to 2019, Werder Bremen has won the most straight home games (37).
  • From 2009 to 2020, Bayern Munich has won the most consecutive road games (33).
  • With 5-0 victories over Kaiserslautern in 1972 and MSV Duisburg in 2011, Schalke 04 holds the record for the biggest goal margin wins in the DFB-Pokal final.

More on DFB Pokal Betting

The German football including the DFB-Pokal is one of the financially strongest Leagues around the globe. Therefore sports betting is very much regulated in Germany and fraud prevention is a very big issue. All bookmakers are monitored very closely by companies like sport-radar in order to fight against fraudulent behavior.

Our DFB-Pokal betting tips are just suggestions from our betting experts. We cannot be made liable for any loss of your bets when following our betting predictions. You need to be 18+ to be allowed to place a bet – Terms and conditions of respective bookmakers apply.

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