Trofeo Antonio Puerta (Sevilla) 2008-2017


The Antonio Puerta Trophy is an annual summer tournament hosted by Sevilla FC since 2008.
The tournament is dedicated to Antonio Puerta, who died on August 28, 2007 (at the age of 22) after suffering a heart injury during the inaugural match of the 2007-08 La Liga season against Getafe.

Palmares
  
 1 2008 Sevilla FC    2-0 Málaga CF
 2 2009 Sevilla FC    2-1 Xerez CD
 3 2010 Granada CF    1-1 Sevilla FC               [Granada CF on pen.]
 4 2011 Sevilla FC    5-0 RCD Espanyol
 5 2012 Sevilla FC    2-0 RC Deportivo la Coruña
 6 2013 Sevilla FC    1-1 UD Almería               [Sevilla FC on pen.]
 7 2014 Sevilla FC    2-0 Córdoba CF
   2015   not played
 8 2016 Boca Juniors  4-3 Sevilla FC
 9 2017 Sevilla FC    2-1 AS Roma
10 2018   not played


Number of Wins:

6 Sevilla FC

1 Granada CF
  CA Boca Juniors (ARG)


2008

Participants:
Sevilla Fc (Spain)
Málaga CF (Spain)

Final [Aug 23]
Sevilla FC	2-0 Málaga CF
  [1-0 Luis Fabiano 29´, 2-0 Renato 64´]
Sevilla FC:  Palop; Konko, Squillaci, David Prieto, Drago; Romaric, Maresca, Jesús Navas, Renato; 
             Adriano, Luis Fabiano. (+ Capel, Mosquera, Duscher, Fernando Navarro, Chevantón, Crespo, Pouga).
Málaga CF:   Goitia; Jesús Gámez, Weligton, Cuadrado, Nacho; Cheli, Lolo, Miguel Ángel, Calleja; 
             Duda, Baha. (+ Arnau, Apoño, Helder Rosario, Eliseu, Luque, Gaspar, Adrián, Silva, Alcalá).

2009

Participants:
Sevilla Fc (Spain)
Xerez CD (Spain)

Final [Aug 21]
Sevilla FC	2-1 Xerez CD
  [1-0 Juan Carlos 39´, 2-0 Perotti 50´, 2-1 Michel 87´]
Sevilla FC:  Palop; Adriano, Squillaci (Fazio), Escudé (Dragunitovic), Fernando Navarro (Sergio Sánchez); 
             Perotti (Alfaro), Zokora (Duscher), Romaric (Lolo), José Carlos (Diego Capel); Kanouté (Koné), Luis Fabiano (Acosta).
Xerez CD:    Renan; Francis, Leandro, David Prieto, Mendoza (Abel); Moreno (Sidi Keita), Viqueira (Redondo); 
             Carlos Calvo (Rosillo), Víctor Sánchez (Míchel), Momo (Armenteros); Antoñito (Oladi).

2010

Participants:
Sevilla FC (Spain)
Granada CF (Spain)

Final [Nov 24]
Sevilla FC	1-1 Granada CF                 [Granada CF on pen.]
  [0-1 Carlos Calvo 12´, 1-1 José carlos 57´]
Sevilla FC:  Javi Varas; Konko, Cáceres, Bernardo, Fernando Navarro; Alfaro, Zokora, Romaric, Luis Alberto; 
             Negredo, Kanouté. (+ Palop; Dabo, Jairo, Alexis, Luna; Renato, Cigarini, Campaña; José Carlos, Moisés, Rodri).
Granada CF:  José Juan; Nyom, Iñigo López, Lucena, Siquiera; Bergantiños, Rico; Felipe, Calvo; Collantes, Geijo.
             (+ Dani Benitez, Granada, Óscar Perez, Abel Gómez, Kitoko, Tariq, Mensah, Roberto, Pedro Barranco).

2011

Participants:
Sevilla FC (Spain)
RCD Espantol (Spain)

Final [Aug 4]
Sevilla FC	5-0 RCD Espanyol
  [1-0 Rodri 25´, 2-0 Manu del Moral 46´, 3-0 Kanoute 73´, 4-0 Rodri 75´, 5-0 Kanoute 90´]
Sevilla FC:   Palop; Alexis, Spahic, Escudé, Navarro; Jesús Navas, Fazio, Troxhovski, Armenteros; Manu, Negredo. 
              (+ Negredo, Javi Varas, Salva, Kanouté, Perotti, Campaña, Bernardo, Samuel, Luis Alberto).
RCD Espanyol: Kameni; Javi Lopez, Raul, Moreno, Víctor. Alvarez, Javiv Márquez, Baena, Verdu; Rui fonte, 
              Sergio García, Luis García. (+  Forlín, Galán, Osvaldo, Thievy, Eric López, Cristian).

2012

Participants:
Sevilla FC (Spain)
RC Deportivo de la Coruña (Spain)

Final [Aug 8]
Sevilla FC	2-0 RC Deportivo la Coruña
  1-0 Negredo, 2-0 Trochowski]
Sevilla FC:  Diego López (Palop); Cicinho (Coke), Cala, Spahic (Bernardo), Fernando Navarro (Del Moral); 
             Gary Medel, Campaña (Trochowski), Rakitic (Javi Hervás); Jesús Navas, Luna, Negredo (Babá).
Deportivo:   Lux; Seoane, Roderick, Aythami (Insúa) Evaldo (Manuel Pablo); André (Abel Aguilar), 
             Bergantiños (Bruno Gama); Saúl (Uxío), Juan Carlos (Pizzi), Víctor (Riki), Nelson Oliveira (Bodipo).

2013

Participants:
Sevilla FC (Spain)
UD Almería (Spain)

Final [Nov 14]
Sevilla FC	1-1 UD Almería                  [Sevilla FC on pen.]
  [1-0 Perotti 82´, 1-1 Christian Fernández 90´]
Sevilla FC:  Julián; Coke (Diogo Figueiras), Israel Puerto (Garrido), Carriço (Fazio), Fernando Navarro (Moisés); Reyes (Gameiro), 
             Cotán (Luismi), Iborra (Cristóforo), Rabello (Perotti); Carlos Fernández (Vitolo), Rusescu (Álex Rubio).
UD Almería:  Ustari; Rafita, Marcelo Silva, Torsiglieri (Antonio Martín), Raúl García; Corona (Marcos Tébar), Verza (Azeez); 
             Suso (Nono), Barbosa (Aleix Vidal); Kiu (Christian), Óscar Díaz.

2014

Participants:
Sevilla FC (Spain)
Córdoba CF (Spain)

Final [Aug 8]
Sevilla FC	2-0 Córdoba CF
  [1-0 Denis Suárez 81´, 2-0 Carlos Bacca 84´]
Sevilla FC:  Beto; Fazio, Carriço, Reyes, Iago Aspas, Alberto Moreno, Vitolo, Coke, Luismi, Cotán, Juan Muñoz. 
             (+ Barbosa, Fernando Navarro, Krychowiak, Diogo, Bacca, Jairo, Iborra, Denis Suárez, Nico Pareja, Aleix Vidal, Carlos Fernández).
Córdoba CF:  Juan Carlos; Pantic, Ekeng, Luso, Fede; Íñigo López, Fidel, Gunino, López Silva; Havanaar, Pinillos. 
             (+ Saizar, Iago Bouzon, Rossi, Raúl Bravo, Deivid, Matos, López Garai, Abel, Florin, Campabadal, Adri Cuevas).

2016

Participants:
Sevilla FC (Spain)
CA Boca Juniors (Argentina)

Final [Nov 11]
Sevilla FC	3-4 CA Boca Juniors
  [0-1 Benedetto 25´, 1-1 N'Zonzi 30´, 1-2 Pavón 37´, 1-3 Tévez 60´, 
   2-3 Kolodziejczak 83´, 3-3 Vietto 89´, 3-4 Tévez 94´]
Sevilla FC:   Sirigu; Mariano, Carriço, Kranevitter, Kolodziejczak; N'Zonzi (Franco Vázquez 68´), 
              Iborra; Correa (Vietto 65´), Ganso, Sarabia; Ben Yedder.
Boca Juniors: Sara; Jara, Tobio, Insaurralde, Silva; Bentancur (Cubas 74´), Gago (Pablo Pérez 61´), 
              Pavón (Carrizo 74´); Tévez, Centurión (Zuqui 61´), Benedetto (Bou 74´).

2017

Participants:
Sevilla FC (Spain)
AS Roma (Italy)

Final [Aug 10]
Sevilla FC	1-1 CA AS Roma
  [1-0 Escudero 73´, 2-0 Nolito 89´, 2-1 Ozeko 91´]
Sevilla FC:  Sergio Rico (David Soria); Mercado (Corchia), Nico Pareja (Kjaer), Lenglet (Borja Lasso), Escudero; Nzonzi, 
             Krohn-Dehli (Pizarro); Correa (Nolito), Éver Banega (Ganso), Montoya (Jesús Navas); Ben Yedder (Muriel).
AS Roma:     Alisson; Bruno Peres, Manolas (Juan Jesús), Héctor Moreno (Fazio), Kolarov; Strootman (Pellegrini), 
             Nainggolan (Gerson), De Rossi (Gonalons), Perotti; Drefel (Cengiz Under), Dzeko.

2018

Participants:
Sevilla FC (Spain)


Final [N]
Sevilla FC	x-x


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