Trofeo Santiago Bernabéu  (Madrid-Spain) 1979-2012


This trophy is dedicated to the memory of long-time Real Madrid president D. Santiago Bernabéu.
From 1979 to 1984 and in 1986 it was contested by 4 teams, with semifinals, third place match and final; in 1985 and since 1987 only one match between Real Madrid and an invited team was played. The 2002 tournament consisted again of 4 teams, on the special occasion of Real Madrid's centenary; Real Madrid were founded on March 6, 2002.
Santiago Bernabéu Yeste (Almansa (Albacete), June 8, 1895 – June 2, 1978) was one of the single most important men in Real Madrid's history, and the one to whom credit can be given for transforming Real Madrid from the second most successful club in Madrid into the most successful in Spain, and one of the most successful in Europe. The team's current stadium is named in his honour.
Founded in 1902, Real Madrid CF has since spent all of its history in the top flight of Spanish football.
Since 1905-1920 the club´s name is Madrid Football Club, in 1920, the club's name was changed to Real Madrid FC after King Alfonso XIII.
With the dissolution of the monarchy in 1931-1941, all the royal symbols (the crown on the crest and the title of Real) were eliminated, and the club´s name is Madrid FC.
In 1941, and the club´s name are Real Madrid CF , two years after the end of the Civil War, the crest's "Real Corona", or "Royal Crown", was restored.
 

Finals

 1 1979  Bayern München       2-0 Ajax Amsterdam 
 2 1980  Bayern München       1-1 Real Madrid CF 
 3 1981  Real Madrid CF       0-0 AZ '67 Alkmaar 
 4 1982  Hamburger SV         3-1 Standard Liège 
 5 1983  Real Madrid CF       3-2 Hamburger SV 
 6 1984  Real Madrid CF       4-1 1.FC Köln 
 7 1985  Real Madrid CF       4-2 Bayern München 
 8 1986  FC Dynamo Kyiv       3-2 Real Madrid CF 
 9 1987  Real Madrid CF       6-1 Everton FC 
10 1988  AC Milan             3-0 Real Madrid CF 
11 1989  Real Madrid CF       2-0 Liverpool FC 
12 1990  AC Milan             3-1 Real Madrid CF 
13 1991  Real Madrid CF       6-1 CSD Colo Colo 
14 1992  Ajax Amsterdam       3-1 Real Madrid CF 
15 1993  Internazionale       2-2 Real Madrid CF 
16 1994  Real Madrid CF       3-2 SE Palmeiras 
17 1995  Real Madrid CF       1-0 Ajax Amsterdam 
18 1996  Real Madrid CF       4-0 SL Benfica 
19 1997  Real Madrid CF       1-0 AA Portuguesa 
20 1998  Real Madrid CF       4-0 CA Peñarol 
21 1999  Real Madrid CF       4-2 AC Milan 
22 2000  Real Madrid CF       2-0 Santos FC 
23 2001  Internazionale       2-1 Real Madrid CF 
24 2002  Bayern München       2-1 Real Madrid CF 
25 2003  Real Madrid CF       3-1 CA River Plate 
26 2004  Pumas (UNAM)         1-0 Real Madrid CF 
27 2005  Real Madrid CF       5-0 MLS Selección 
28 2006  Real Madrid CF       2-1 RSC Anderlecht 
29 2007  Real Madrid CF       2-0 FK Partizan 
30 2008  Real Madrid CF       5-3 Sporting CP
31 2009  Real Madrid CF       4-0 Rosenborg BK
32 2010  Real Madrid CF       2-0 CA Peñarol 
33 2011  Real Madrid CF       2-1 Galatasaray SK
34 2012  Real Madrid CF       8-0 Millonarios FC

Drawn matches were won on penalties by the team mentioned first.

Number of Wins

23 Real Madrid 

 3 Bayern München (GER)

 2 FC Internazionale (ITA)
   AC Milan (ITA)

 1 Ajax Amsterdam (NED)
   Dinamo Kyiv (UKR)
   Hamburger SV (GER)
   Pumas UNAM (MEX)

Additional Available Details

1979
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Bayern München (Germany)
Ajax Amsterdam (Netherlands)
AC Milan (Italy)

Semifinals [Aug 31, Sep 01]
Real Madrid    1-2 Bayern München
  [0-1 Oblack 2´, 0-2 Rummenige 16´, 1-2 Juanito 19´].
Real Madrid:    García Remón, San José (García Navajas 71´), Camacho, Benito, Pirri, Ángel,
		Del Bosque, Stielike, Juanito, Santillana, Cunningham.
B. Múnchen:     Junghans, Horsmann, Augenthaler, Weiner, Niedermayer, Breitner, Kraus,
                Dürnberger, Rummenigge, Oblack, Janzon.
   referee: Lattanzi (Italy)
Ajax           1-1 AC Milan        [Ajax on pen]
   [1-0 Bonsik 14´, 1-1 Chiodi (p) 85´].
Ajax:          Schrijvers; Meutstege, Krol, Lerby, Wijnsberg, Arnesen, Tahamata, Schoemacker,
               Bonsik, Jensen, Ling.
AC Milan:      Albertosi; Collovati, Maldera, De Vecchi, Bet, Baresi, 
               Buriani, Bigon, Noveltino, Antonelli, Chiodi.

Third Place Match [Sep 02]
Real Madrid    2-0 AC Milan
  [1-0 Juanito 28´, 2-0 Cunningham (p) 49´].
Real Madrid:  García Remón - San José, Benito, García Navajas, Camacho, Stielike
              (Portugal 80´), Del Bosque, Ángel, Juanito (Roberto Martínez 73´), Santillana, Cunningham.
AC Milan:     Albertosi - Collovati, Bet, Baresi, Maldera, De Vecchi (Romano 36´), Morini,
              Buriani - Chiodi (Antonelli 58´), Bigon, Galluzzo.
referee: Weerink (Nederlands)

Final [Sep 02]
Bayern München 2-0 Ajax
   [1-0 Niedermayer 84´, 2-0 Breitner (p) 90´]
B. München:  Junghans; Horsmann, Weiner, Augenthaler, Niedermayer, Durberger, Breitner, 
             Janzon (D. Hoeness), Oblak (Demmler 45´), Kraus, Rumrnenigge.
Ajax:        Schrijvers; Meutstege, Lerby, Krol, Wijnberg (Zwamborn 70´), Arnesen, 
             Tahamata, Blanker, Jensen, Ling, Schoemaker.
referee: Lattanzi (Italy)              

1980
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Bayern München (Germany)
SL Benfica (Portugal)
Dinamo Kyiv (Ukraine)

Semifinals [Aug 29,30]
Real Madrid    2-2 SL Benfica        [Real Madrid on pen]
  [1-0 Cunningham 32´, 2-0 Cunningham 36´, 2-1 H. Coelho 83´, 2-2 H. Coelho 85´].
Real Madrid: García Remón, Pérez García, Camacho, Gallego, Benito, Stielike, (Portugal 83´),
	     Juanito, Ángel, (Isidro 66´), Santillana , García Hernández , Cunningham.
SL Benfica:  Bento, Bastos, Laranjeira, Humberto, Pietra, C. Manuel, Alves (Reinaldo 67´),
             Chalana, Nene, Cesar, Alhinho (Sheu 16´).
referee: Aldinger (Germany)
Bayern München 0-0 Dynamo Kyiv    [Bayern on pen]
B. München:  Junghans; Dremmeler, Aas, Augenthaler, Weiner, Niedermayer (Kraus), Rautianen,
             Del´Haye, Rober (Durnberger), Hoeness, Rumenigge.
D. Kyiv:     Romensky; Konkov, Shuralev, Raplum, Demianenko, Lozinsky, Boiko,
             Japsalis, Kolotov (Diferenko), Vlerenlev, Evtushenko.

Third Place Match [Aug 31]
Dynamo Kyiv    2-1 SL Benfica
  [0-1 Reinaldo 11´, 1-1 Veremeev 31´, 2-1 Evtashenko 73´].
Dynamo Kyiv: Ramensky; Konkov, Demianeko, Kaplum, Shuvralev; Boiko, Lozinsky,
             Kolotov (Oliferenko); Japsalis (Sopko), Veremeeev, Evtusenko.
SL Benfica:  Bento; Bastos, Pietra, Umberto, Laranjeira; Federico, Chalana,
             Carlos Manuel (Alves), Nené (Sheu), César, Reinaldo.

Final [Aug 31]
Real Madrid    1-1 Bayern München [Bayern on pen 4-5]
  [1-0 G. Hernández 19´, 1-1 Weiner 75´].
Real Madrid: García Remón, García Cortés, Camacho, Gallego, Benito, Stielike, Juanito
             (Pineda 80´), Ángel, Santillana, García .Hernández (Isidro 84´), Cunningham.
B. München:  Muller, Weiner, Niedermayer, Augenthaler, Horsmann, Dremmler, Kraus
             Janzon  (Rantiainen 80´), Rummenigge (Del Haye 35´), Hoeness, Dürnberger.
referee: Almeida (Portugal)

1981
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Bayern München (Germany)
AZ 67 (Netherlands)
Dinamo Tbilisi (Georgia)

Semifinals [Sep 1]
Bayern München 2-2 AZ '67         [AZ on pen]
  [1-0 Hoeness 23´, 2-0 Durnberger 32´, 2-1 Oberacher 44´, 
   2-2 Kist (p) 60´].
B. München:   Junghans; Beiverlortzer (Pfluger 54´), Augenthaler, Horsmann, Kraus, 
              Sigurvinsson, Guttkleer, Durnberger, Hoeness, Mathy (Reisinger 71´).
AZ ´67:       Treytel; Van de Meer, Hovenkamp. Spelbos, Peters, Arntz, Nygaard (Tol 45´)
              Oberacher (gaasbeek 71´), Kist, Jonker.
referee:  Franco Martínez (Spain)

Real Madrid    4-2 Dynamo Tbilisi
  [0-1 Snenevelia (p) 32´, 1-1 Stielike (p) 47´, 1-2 Snenevelia 69´, 
   2-2 Cunningham 72´, 3-2 G.Hernández 75´, 4-2 Santillana 79´].
Real Madrid:  M. Ángel; San José, Camacho, Stielike , García Cortés (Pineda 88´); Del Bosque, Ito, 
              Ángel (García Hernández 45´) Santillana , García Navajas, Cunningham.
D. Tiblisi:   Cabella; Jizanishvili, Chivadze, D’ Nchagashvili, Tavadze, Svanadze, Daraselia,
              Kipiani, (Andguladze º1´), Snenevelia, Guzaev, Kalikasnvili (Jvana 73´).
referee:  Schoeters (Belgium)

Third Place Match [Sep 2]
Dynamo Tbilisi 2-1 Bayern München   [* Suspended in 44´, by referee Pes Perez]
  [1-0 Svanadze 3´, 1-1 Breitner 24´, 2-1 Sneneulia (p) 29´].
D. Tbilisi:   Cabelia; Jizanishvili, Chivadze, D´Nchagasvili, Andguladze, Tavadze, 
              Daraselia, Svanadze, Jvania, Guzaev, Sneneulia.
B. München:   Junghans; Brerler, Horsmann, Augenthaler, Weiner, Kraus, Dunberge, 
              Breitner, (Mathy 30´), Hoeness, Sugurvinsson, Rummenige.
referee: Pes Pérez (Spain)

Final [Sep 2]
Real Madrid    0-0 AZ '67         [Real Madrid on pen]
  [-]
Real Madrid:  Miguel Ángel; San José, Camacho, García Navajas, García Cortés; Ángel 
              (García Hernández 65´), Del Bosque, Stielike; Ito (Isidro 45´), 
              Santillana, Cunningham. 
AZ ´67:       Treytel; Meer ,Metgod (Weisters 77´), Spelbos, Reynders, Jonker, 
              Arntz, Peters, Dberacher (Gaasbeek 65´), Kist, Tol.
referee: CB White (England)

1982
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Hamburger SV (Germany)
Girondins Bordeaux (France)
Standard Liège (Belgium)

Semifinals [Aug 31]
Hamburger SV   6-0 Girondins Bordeaux
  [1-0 Jakobs 21´, 2-0 Hrubesch 23´, 3-0 Rolff 25´, 
   4-0 Wehmayer 29´, 5-0 Magath 30´, 6-0 Kltz (p) 42´].
Hamburger SV:  Stein; Haltz, Hartwig, Jakobs, Wehmayer; Milewski (Djordjevic 54´), 
               Von Heesen, Hansen; Magath (Hieronymus 46´); Rolff, Hrubesch.
Girondins:     Ruifier; Thouvenel, Girard, Specht, Bracci; Gandolfi, 
               Muller, Giresse; Martínez, Lacombe, Memering (Doménech 62´).
Real Madrid    1-1 Standard CL    [Standard 2-3 on pen.]
  [0-1 Wendt, 1-1 Santillana 26´].
Real Madrid:  Agustín; Juan José, Camacho, Metgod, Bonet (Salguero), Juanito (Ito),
	      Ángel, Santillana (Pineda) Stielike, Del Bosque.
St. Liége:    Preud´Homme, Gerets, Poel, Plessers, Meeuws, Vandermissen, Tahamata (Delangre),
              Daerden Haan, Wendt (Geurts), Grundel.

Third Place Match [Sep 01]
Real Madrid    2-0 Girondins Bordeaux
  [1-0 Pineda 27´, 2-0 Pineda 59´].
Real Madrid:  García Remón; San José, García Cortés, Salguero, Bonet, Fraile, Ito, 
              Acosta, Pineda, García Hernández, Isidro.
Girondins:    Ruffier; Thouvenel, Specht, Tresor, Bracci; Gandolfi, Giresse, Doménech,
              Muller; Lacombe (Audraim 45´), Memering (Martínez 69´).

Final [Sep 01]
Hamburger SV   3-1 Standard Liège
  [0-1 Geurts, 1-1 Kaltz (p) 33´, 2-1 Hrubesch 54´, 3-1 Milewski 55´].
Hamburger:    Stein; Kaltz, Jacops, Hyeronimus, Demayer (Vonheesen 80´); 
              Hertwig, Rolif, Magath, Hansen; Milewski, Hrubesch. 
St. Liége:    Preud’homme; Delangre, Gerets, Blessers, Van dermissen; Darten, 
              Sciacia (Sneyers 48´), Haan; Geurts, Aussens. 
referee:  Ramos Marcos (Spain)

1983
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Hamburger SV (Germany)

Final [Sep 1]
Real Madrid     3-2 Hamburger SV
  [1-0 Santillana 10´, 1-1 Schroder 15´, 1-2 Rolff 18´, 
   2-2 Santillana 41´, 3-2 Isidro 61´].
Real Madrid: García Remón; Chendo (Ángel 60´), Metgod, Salguero, Camacho,
             Bernardo, San José, Lozano, Juantio (Pineda 87´), Santillana, Isidro.
Hamburger:   Hain; Kaltz, Schröder, Jakobs, Wehmeyer; Hartwig (Hieronymus 45´), 
             Magath, Groh, Rolff. Schatzschneider (Hansen 45´), Wuttke.
referee: Marques Pires (Portugal)

1984
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
1.FC Köln (Germany)
SC Feyenoord (Netherlands)
RSC Anderlecht (Belgium)

Semifinals [Aug 28]
Real Madrid    3-1 SC Feyenoord
  [1-0 Valdano 3´, 1-1 Rep 44´, 2-1 Butragueño 72´, 3-1 Gallego 80´].
Real Madrid: Miguel Ángel; Chendo, Bonet, Stielike, Camacho, Míchel (Ángel, 46’), Sanchís 
             (Gallego 46’), San José, Lozano, Santillana (Butragueño  65’), Valdano (Pineda 68’).
Feyenoord:   Hiele; Nielsen, Wijnstekers, Korput, Troost, Hoekstra, Stafleu, 
             Been, Gullit, Rep (Houtman 81´), Petturson.
1.FC Köln      2-1 RSC Anderlecht
  [0-1 Van den Bergh 25´, 1-1 Hofkens (og) 51´, 2-1 Gorgens 84´].
1. FC Köln:  Schumacher; Prestin, Steiner, Strack, Hoenerbach; Hartwig, 
             Lenhof, Bein, Engels; Llttbarrski, Klaus Allofs.
Anderlecht:  Munaron; Perucovic, Grum, Olsen, Hofkens; Hansen, Sciffo, Vercauteren, 
             Van der Eycken; Van den Bergh, Czerniatinski (Gutjohnsen 76´).

Third Place Match [Aug 29]
RSC Anderlecht 4-0 SC Feyenoord
   [1-0 Gudjhonsen 31´, 2-0 Andersen 45´, 3-0 Hotkens 70´, 
    4-0 Hansen (p) 88´].
Anderlecht:  Munaron; Demol, Perucovic, Olsen (Grum 46´), Degreef; Andersen, Van der Eycken (Hofkens 45´), 
             Vercauteren (Scifo 66´), Hansen, Van den Bergh (Czerniatinski 45´), Gutjohnsen. 
Feyenoord:   Hiele; Trost (Duut 55´), Nielsen, Van de Korpup, Winjftekers (Steur 67´); 
             Hoekstra, Been, Stafleu, Rep; Houtman (Carli 45´), Petursson. 

Final [Aug 29]
Real Madrid    4-1 1.FC Köln
  [0-1 Hartwg 14´, 1-1 Bonet 33´, 2-1 Lozano 54´, 
   3-1 Valdano 86´, 4-1 Míchel 90´].
Real Madrid: Miguel Ángel; Chendo, Bonet, Stielike, Camacho; Míchel, Gallego, 
             San José (Ángel 18´); Juanito (Lozano 46´), Butragueño (Pineda 80´), Valdano.
1. FC Köln:  Schumacher; Prestin, Strack, Steiner, Hönerbach (Lehnhoff 67´), Hartwig,
             Bein, Engels, Gorgens, Littbarski (Dickel 62´), Klaus Allofs.
referee: Midgley (England)

1985
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Bayern München (Germany)

Final [Aug 29]
Real Madrid    4-2 Bayern München
  [0-1 Lerby 14´, 0-2 Matthaus 38´, 1-2 Hugo Sánchez (p) 47´, 
   2-2 Butragueño 66´, 3-2 Santillana 70´, 4-2 Valdano 79´].
Real Madrid:   Ochotorena; Chendo, Maceda (Salguero 46´), Sanchís, Camacho; Michel, 
               Gallego (San José 78´), Gordillo; Butragueño, Hugo Sánchez (Santillana 67´), 
               Juanito (Valdano 46´).
B. München:    Pfaff; Winklhofer, Eder, Augenthaler, Pfluger, Mathy (Hartmann 71´), Lerby, 
               Kögl, Matthäus; Michael Rummenigge (Nachtweih 76´, Wohlfahrt)), Dieter Hoeness.
referee: Ramos Marco (Spain).

1986
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Steaua Bucuresti (Romania)
RSC Anderlecht (Belgium)
FC Dynamo Kyiv (Ukraine)

Semifinals [Aug 26]
Real Madrid    4-0 Steaua Bucuresti
  [1-0 Míchel 20´, 2-0 Butragueño 71´, 3-0 Michel 75´, 
   4-0 Hugo Sánchez 84´].
Real Madrid:   Buyo; Chendo, Mino, Gallego, Camacho, Míchel, Martín Vázquez,
               Valdano, Juanito (Pardeza  46´), Butragueño, Hugo Sánchez.
Steaua B.:     Stingaciu; Iovan, Bumbescu, Belodedici, Barbulescu, Balint,
               Stoica (Ivan  76´), Bölöni, Majearu, Lacatus, Piturca.
Dynamo Kyiv    1-0 RSC Anderlecht
  [1-0 Zavarov 28´].
Dynamo Kyiv:   Chanov; Bal, Kuznetsov, Gorili, Demianenko; Yarenchuk, Yakovenko, 
               Rats; Blokhin, Zavarov (Mihailov 90´),Belanov (Mikall 65´).
Anderlecht:    Munaron; Van Tigeien, Swinnen, De Groote (Nilis 68´), 
               Gudjohnsen; Scifo, Jansen, Andersen, Lozano, Kabongo.

Third Place Match [Aug 27]
S. Bucuresti   2-2 RSC Anderlecht [Steaua on pen.]
  [1-0 Balint (p) 11´, 1-1 Vercauteren 30´, 1-2 Kabongo 51´,
   2-2 Iván 83´].
Steaua B.:     Stingaciu; Barbulescu, Bumbescu, Belodedici (Iván 35´), Weisenbacher; 
               Balint, Boloni, Stoica, Majearu, Lacatus (Rotaru 9´), Piturca.
Anderlecht:    Munaron; Grun (Marchoul 38´), Van Tigelen, Swinnen, Andersen; 
               Gudjohsen, Jansen, Scifo, Vercauteren (Nilis 80´), Lozano, Kabongo.

Final [Aug 27]
Real Madrid    2-3 Dynamo Kiev
  [1-0 Hugo Sánchez (p) 15´, 2-0 Juanito 19´, 2-1 Yakovenko 27´, 
   2-2 Belanov (p) 74´, 2-3 Tcherbakov 80´].
Real Madrid:  Buyo; Chendo, Mino, Gallego, Camacho, Míchel, Martín Vázquez
              (Pardeza 79´), Valdano, Juanito (Santillana 79´), Butragueño, Hugo Sánchez.
Dynamo Kyiv:  Chanov; Bal, Gorili, Kuznetsov, Demianenko; Yaremchuk (Mihail 46´),
              Yakovenko, Zavarov, Rats; Belanov, Blokhin, (Tcherbakov 72´).
referee: Pauly (West Germany)

1987
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Everton FC (England)

Final [Aug 26]
Real Madrid    6-1 Everton FC
  [1-0 Butragueño 14´, 2-0 Harper (pp) 15´, 3-0 Hugo Sánchez 28´, 
   4-0 Butragueño 29´, 4-1 Power 61´, 5-1 Hugo Sánchez 62´, 
   6-1 Michel 66´].
Real Madrid: Buyo; Chendo, Tendillo, Sanchís, Solana; Michel, Gallego,
             Gordillo, Martín Vázquez; Butragueño, Hugo Sánchez (Paco Llorente 66´).
Everton FC:  Mimms; Harper, Watson, Ratcliffe, Pointon; Adams, Sheedy, 
             Snodin, Power, Clarke (Ebbrell 45´), Marshall.
referee: Calvo Córdoba

1988
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
AC Milan (Italy)

Final [Sep 1]
Real Madrid    0-3 AC Milan
  [0-1 Donadoni 44´, 0-2 Mannari 76´, 0-3 Maldini 84´].
Real Madrid: Buyo; Chendo, Solana, Tendillo, Sanchis; Gordillo, Schuster (Gallego 45´), 
             Míchel (Paco Llorente 76´), Martín Vázquez, Hugo Sánchez, Butragueño (Losada 76´)..
AC Milan:    G. Galli; Tassotti, Maldini, F. Galli (Mussi 57´), Costacurta (Baresi 45´);
             Donadoni, Rijkaard, Colombo, Gullit (Mannari 45´); Virdis, Evani.
referee: Urio Velazquez

1989
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Liverpool FC (England)

Final [Aug 30]
Real Madrid    2-0 Liverpool FC
  [1-0 Hugo Sánchez 16´, 2-0 Butragueño 19´].
Real Madrid: Buyo, Sanchís (Paco Llorente 66´), Schuster, Hierro, Ruggeri (Julio Llorente 45´),
             Gordillo, Chendo, Michel, Martín Vázquez; Butragueño, Hugo Sánchez.
Liverpool:   Grobbelaar; Hysen, Nicol, Whelan, Burrows, Venison (Beardsley 83´), Mølby, 
             Barnes; Rush, McMahon (Aldridge 61´), Ablett (Gillespie 61´).
referee: Urizar Azpitarte

1990
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
AC Milan (Italy)

Final [Aug 29]
Real Madrid    1-3 AC Milan
  [0-1 Carbone 15´, 0-2 Van Basten (p) 39´, 0-3 Jaro (og)45´, 
   1-3 Parra 65´].
Real Madrid:  Jaro; Chendo, Villarroya, F. Hierro, Sanchis, Spasic (Maqueda 46´); Míchel, 
              Hagi, Paco Llorente (Parra 51´); Hugo Sánchez, Butragueño. 
Milan AC:     Pazzagli; Tassotti, Maldini, F. Galli, Baresi; Carbone (Guadenzi 38´, G. Salvatori 81´), 
              Stroppa (Massaro 46´), Evani, Ancelotti; Van Basten, Gullit (Agostini 85´).
referee: Ramos Marco

1991
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
CSD Colo Colo (Chile)

Final [Aug 28]
Real Madrid    6-1 CSD Colo Colo
  [1-0 Luis Enrique 7´, 2-0 Sanchís 25´, 3-0 Butragueño 28´, 
   3-1 Martínez (p) 43´, 4-1 Michel 67´, 5-1 Alfonso 84´, 
   6-1 Alfonso 89´].
Real Madrid: Buyo; Chendo, Sanchís (Aldana 57´), Rocha, Villaroya; Michel, Hierro,
             Prosinecki, Hagi, Luis Enrique (Milla 45´); Butragueño (Alfonso 45´).
Colo-Colo:   Morón; Mendoza, Margas, Garrido, Vilches, Pizarro, Barticiotto
             (Rubio 69´), Ramírez, Salvatierra, Dabrowski (Pérez 55´), Martínez.
referee: Diaz Vega

1992
Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
AFC Ajax Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Final [Sep 1]
Real Madrid    1-3 Ajax Amsterdam
  [0-1 Bergkamp 25´, 0-2 Bergkamp 29´ 1-2 Michel (p) 65´, 
   1-3 Davids 71´].
Real Madrid: Jaro; Sanchís, Chendo (Toril 57´), Nando, Lasa; Michel, Prosinecki,
             Hierro, F. Llorente (Luis Enrique 55´); Butragueño, Zamorano (Alfonso 67´).
Ajax:        Menzo; Silooy, Vink, F. de Boer, Blind; Overmars (Davids 59´), Petterson
             (Van Loen 59´), Bergkamp (Oulidá 85´), Kreek; Litmanen, Roy.
referee: Marín López

1993
Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
FC Internazionale (Milano) (Italy)

Final [Sep 1]
Real Madrid    2-2 FC Internazionale        [Internazionale on pen]
  [1-0 Butragueño 42´, 2-0 Sanchís 46´, 2-1 Schillachi 70´, 
   2-2 Pancev 83´].
Real Madrid: Buyo; Claudemir Vitor (Ramis 62), Alkorta, Sanchís, LLorente; Michel, 
             Prosinecki (Milla 79´), Hierro, Martín Vázquez (Dubovski 50´); 
             Butragueño (Dani 79), Alfonso.
FC Inter:    Zenga; Festa, M.Paganin, Ferri (Fontolan 59´), Tramezzani; Orlando,
             Berti, (A.Paganin 75´), Jonk, Dell´Anno (Bergomi 46´), Bergkamp
             (Schillaci 46), Pancev.
referee: Díaz Vega 

1994
Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
SE Palmeiras (Brazil)

Final [Aug 31]
Real Madrid    3-2 SE Palmeiras
  [0-1 Rivaldo 30´, 1-1 Zamorano 37´, 1-2 Evair 50´, 
   2-2 Zamorano 71´, 3-2 Míchel 85´].
Real Madrid: Cañizares (Buyo 45´); Quique, Alkorta (Milla 45´), Sanchís, Luis Enrique, 
             Michel, Hierro, Laudrup, Martín Vázquez (Amavisca 77´), 
             Alfonso (Butragueño 77´) Zamorano.
Palmeiras:   Velloso, Claudio, Tonhao, Cleber, Cesar Sampaio, Roberto Carlos (Gustavo 88´), 
             Edmundo, Amaral (P. Isidoro 80´), Evair, Zinho , Rivaldo, Flavio.
referee: Martín Navarrete

1995
Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Ajax Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Final [Aug 30]
Real Madrid    1-0 Ajax Amsterdam
  [1-0 Zamorano 72´].
Real Madrid: Buyo; Chendo, Sanchís, Alkorta, Lasa, Michel, Redondo (Milla 45´, Laudrup,
             Rincón (Alvaro 45´), Esnaider (Sandro 54´), Zamorano.
Ajax:        Van der Sar; Reiziger, Blind (Scholten 46´), Marcio Santos, Frank de Boer;
             Ronald de Boer, Davids, Litmanen (Bogarde 62´); Finidi, Kluivert, 
             Overmars (Demchenko 87´).
referee: Díaz Vega

1996
Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Ajax Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Final [Aug 27]
Real Madrid    4-0 SL Benfica 
  [1-0 Raúl 2, 2-0 Suker (p) 15´, 3-0 Víctor 56´, 
   4-0 Lasa 70´].
Real Madrid: Cañizares; Alkorta (Chendo 80), García Calvo (Fernando Sanz 72´),
             Hierro, Roberto Carlos; Víctor (Lasa 67´), Milla, Seedorf, Raúl
             (Álvaro 80´); Mijatovic (Petkovic 25´), Suker.
SL Benfica:  Preud’homme; Marinho (Nelson Morais 55´), Tahar, Verissimo,
             Pedro Henriques, Jamir, Gustavo, Paulo Silva, Panduru (Washington 65´);
             Paulão (Marco Paulo 70´), Akwa (Ramírez 49´).
referee: López Nieto 

1997
Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
AA Portuguesa (Brazil)

Final [Sep 6]
Real Madrid    1-0 AA Portuguesa (São Paulo)
  [1-0 Canabal 11´].
Real Madrid: Contreras; Secretario, Hierro, Fernando Sanz, Chendo; Víctor,
             Sanchís (Jaime 62´), Canabal (Guti 62´), Amavisca; Dani (Alvaro 83´),
             Morientes (Petkovic 73´).
Portuguesa:  Sergio; Walmir, Emerson, César, Augusto; Capitão, Roque (Ricardo Miranda 59´), 
             Tuta (Tico 59´), Rodrigo; Alex Alves, Struway.
referee: Díaz Vega

1998
Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
CA Peñarol (Uruguay)

Final [Sep 6]
Real Madrid    4-0 CA Peñarol
  [1-0 Roberto Carlos 18´, 2-0 Guti 28´, 3-0 Guti 52´, 
   4-0 Amavisca 59´].
Real Madrid: Illgner (Contreras 64´); Karembeu (Rojas 64´), Iván Campo, F. Sanz (Sanchís), 
             Roberto Carlos (Jaime 45´), Seedorf (Etoo 45´), Redondo, Guti, Jarni (Karanka 71´), 
             Mijatovic (Edgar 64'), Savio (Amavisca 46').
CA Peñarol:  Flores; Barboza, Herrera (Lima 78´), De los Santos, Adinolfi (Borjas 38´), 
             Rotundo (Romero 50´), Pablo García, Candela, De Souza (André González 72´), 
             Pacheco, Pandiani.
referee: Díaz Vega 

1999
Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
AC Milan (Italy)

Final [Sep 1]
Real Madrid    4-2 AC Milan
  [0-1 Gattuso 12´, 1-1 Seedorf 28´, 2-1 Savio 72´, 3-1 Mc Manaman 80´, 
   4-1 Helguera 88´, 4-2 Orlandini 91´].
Real Madrid: Iker Casillas; Míchel Salgado, Hierro (Iván Helguera 45´), Julio César, 
             Roberto Carlos, Redondo (Sanchís 75´), Geremi, Seedorf (McManaman 45´), 
             Raúl (Morientes 45´), Guti, Anelka (Savio 62´).
AC Milan:    Rossi; Sala, Costacurta, Ayala (N'Gotty 45´), Helveg (Ibhrain Ba 68´), 
             Serginho (Guli 56´), Gattuso, Giunti, Leonardo, Shevchenko (Orlandini 45´), Ganz.
referee: García Aranda

2000
Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Santos FC (Brazil)

Final [Sep 6]
Real Madrid    2-0 Santos FC
  [1-0 Savio (p)83´, 2-0 Munitis 87´].
Real Madrid: César; Michel Salgado (Helguera 80´), Hierro (Karanka 58´), Iván Campo
             (Julio César 58´), Roberto Carlos (Solari 46´), Figo (McManaman 46´),
             Celades, Makelele, Guti (Rivera 58´), Savio, Tote (Munitis 44´).
Santos FC:   Pitarelli; Preto (Julio César 85´), Sangaletti, Claudiomiro (Marcio Santos 72´),
             Leo; Renato, Anderson Luiz, Rincón, Robert (Caio 79´); Dodo, Edmundo.
referee: García Aranda 

2001
Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
FC Internazionale (Italy)

Final [Aug 14]
Real Madrid    1-2 Internazionale FC
  [0-1 Vieri 5´, 1-1 F. Hierro (p) 80´, 1-2 Adriano 89´].
Real Madrid: Casillas; Michel Salgado, F. Hierro, Geremi (Flavio 70´), Karanka;
             McManaman, Makelele, Helguera (Iván Campo 82´), Solari; Guti, Raul.
Inter:       Toldo; Cauet (Ferraro 72´), Materazzi, Blanc, Gresko; Binotto, Di Baggio,
             Seedorf, Callon (Ventola 71´); Guglielminpietro, Vieri (Adriano 82´).
referee: Mejuto González 

2002

100th Anniversary of Real Madrid CF 1902-2002
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Bayern München (Germany)
Liverpool FC (England)
AC Milan (Italy)

Semifinals: [Aug 2,3]
Real Madrid	2-0 Liverpool FC
   [1-0 Figo 39´, 2-0 Portillo 59´].
Real Madrid: César; Míchel Salgado, Raúl Bravo, Rubén, Pavón, Flavio (Celades 65´),
	     Cambiasso, Figo (McManaman 54´),Guti (Solari 54´), Zidane (Fernando 73´), 
             Savio (Portillo 54´).
Liverpool:   Dudek; Henchoz, Abel Xavier, Hyypia, Smicer (Berger 45´); Heskey (Baros 60´),
	     Diouf (Biscan 87´), Murphy, Hamann (Carragher 78´); Riise, Vignal (Cheyrou 45´).
referee: Daudén Ibáñez

Bayern München  2-1 AC Milan 
   [0-1 Inzaghi 9´, 1-1 Tarnat 21´, 1-2 Scholl 73´].
B. München:  Kahn; Kuffour, Tima, Kovac, Elber (Pizarro 45´); Ballack (Scholl 45´),
             Jeremies, Tarnat (R. Kovac 45´), Zickler; Linke (Salihamidzic 45´), 
             Feulner (Zé Roberto 70´).
AC Milan:    Abbiati; Kaladze, Domoraud, Simic, Laursen; Brocchi (Ambrosini 59´), Gattuso, 
             Rui Costa (Pirlo 70´), Serginho (Seedorf 56´); Shevchenko (Tomasson 56´), 
             Inzaghi (Borriello 80´).

Third Place Match [Aug 4]
Liverpool	2-1 Milan AC
   [0-1 Simic 31´, 1-1 Baros 35´, 2-1 Tomasson (pp)56´].
Liverpool:  Kirkland; Henchoz, Hyypia (Carragher 45´), Baros, Babbel (Riise 80´); Smicer, 
            Heskey, Gerrard (Murphy 71´), Barmby (Diouf 74´); Biscan (Hamann 57´), Traore.
AC Milan:   Dida; Maldini, Kaladze, Domoraud (Aubameyang 45´); Shevchenko, Tomasson (Borriero 74´), 
            Simic (Laursen 45´), Seedorf, Pirlo (Serginho 65´); Contra (Ba 63´), Ambrosini.

Final [Aug 4]
Real Madrid CF 1-2 Bayern München
   [0-1 Ballack (p)27´; 0-2 Salihamidzic 64´, 1-2 Figo (p)82´].
B. München:  Kahn; Sagnol, R. Kovac, Scholl, Zé Roberto; Ballack, Pizarro, Tarnat, 
             Salihamidzic; Hargreaves (Fink 45´), Linke.
Real Madrid: César; Míchel Salgado (Miñambres 45´), Roberto Carlos, Helguera, Pavón; Cambiasso (Solari 45´),
             Flavio (Celades 68´), Zidane, Figo; Guti (Raúl 45´), Portillo (Morientes 66´).
referee: Fernández Marín

2003
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
CA River Plate (Argentina)

Final [Sep 23]
Real Madrid	3-1 CA River Plate
  [1-0 Solari 55´, 2-0 Portillo 58´, 3-0 Portillo 70´, 
   3-1 González 81´].
Real Madrid: César; Míchel Salgado (Pavón 46), Rubén, Helguera (Jordi 74), Roberto Carlos
             (Raúl Bravo 46´); Beckham (Borja 37´), Guti (Cambiasso 74´), Núñez (Olalla 81´),
             Zidane (Jurado 46´), Solari; Portillo (Riki, 81).
River Plate: Costanzo; Tuzzio, Crosa, Ameli, Vivierscas (Vivas 63´), Caudet (L. González 46´),
             Mascherano (Barrado 84´), Pereyra (Ahumada 46´), Ludueña (Husain 60´), Domínguez
             (Montenegro 46´), Cavenaghi (López 74´).
referee: Iturralde González

2004
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Universidad Autónoma México (Mexico)

Final [Aug 31]
Real Madrid	0-1 UNAM "Pumas"
  [0-1 Castro 69´].
Real Madrid: César; Michel Salgado (Helguera 46´), Mejia, Pavón, Raúl Bravo (Paredes 62´);
             Juanfran (Figo 46´), Guti, Beckham (Celades 46´), Solari (Soldado 70´);
             Owen (Zidane 46´), Morientes.
UNAM:        Bernal; Castro, Verón, Beltrán, Lozano; López (Del Olmo 89´), Botero (Toledo 71´),
             Galindo, Leandro, Fonseca, Diego Alonso.
referee: Losantos Omar

2005
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Major Soccer league Selection (United States)

Final [Aug 23]
Real Madrid	5-0 Major League Soccer Selection
  [1-0 Beckham 22´, 2-0 Ronaldo 39´, 3-0 Ronaldo 73´, 
   4-0 Guti 75´, 5-0 Raúl 90´].
Real Madrid: Diego López; Michel Salgado (Diogo 85´), Pavón (Mejía 88´), Helguera (Woodgate 86´), 
             Roberto Carlos (Raúl Bravo 88´); Beckham, Gravesen (Pablo García 68´), 
             Baptista (Owen 75´), Zidane (Guti 62´); Raúl, Ronaldo (Portillo 88).
MLS XI:      Reiss (Rimando 88´); Burciaga (Clark 86´), Conrad, Hejduk, Mastroeni  
             (Sequeira 74´), O'Brien, Joseph, Mapp (Cunningham 46´), Dempsey  
             (Kreiss 68´), Donovan  (Djorkaeff 60´), Moreno (Guevara 24´).
referee: Iturralde González

2006
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
RSC Anderlecht (Belgium)

Final [Aug 23]
Real Madrid	2-1 RSC Anderlecht
  [1-0 Van Nistelrooy 21´, 2-0 Van Nistelrooy 33´, 2-1 Siani 83´]. 
Real Madrid: Casillas (Diego López 45´); Míchel Salgado (Cicinho 45´), Cannavaro (Woodgate 45´), 
             Sergio Ramos, Roberto Carlos; Emerson, Diarrá (Javi García 76´), Beckham (Raúl Bravo 87´), 
             Raúl (Mejía 71´); Cassano (Robinho 45´), Van Nistelrooy (Baptista 82´).
Anderlecht:  Schollen (Zitka 45´); Legear (Vanden Borre 45´), Goor (Pareja 45´), Juhasz (Van Damme 45´), 
             Deschant; Akin (Vanderhaeghe 45´), Leiva (Biglia 45´), Hassan (Boussoufa 45´), 
             Allagui (Lamah 45´); Tchite (Siani 45´ ), Mpenza (Frutos 45´).
referee: Mejuto González

2007
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
FK Partizan (Serbia)

Final [Dec 5]
Real Madrid     2-0 FK Partizan
  [1-0 Baptista 35´, 2-0 Drenthe 67´].
Real Madrid: Dudek; Míchel Salgado, Cannavaro (Pepe 46´), Metzelder, Miguel Torres (Marcelo 74´);
             Drenthe, Gago (Diarra 46´), Higuaín, Robben; Baptista (Guti 63´), Saviola (Soldado 63´). 
Partizan:    Bozovic; Rukavina, Mihajlov (Knezevic 73´) , Rnic, Lazevski, Juca, Moreira (Mitrovic), 
             Lazic (Ceticovic 58´), Diarra (Stejpanovic 73´), Lazetic (Jovetic 58´), Tosic (Maletic 58´).
Referee: Mejía Dávila

2008
Participants:

Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Sporting CP (Portugal)

Final [Aug 27]
Real Madrid     5-3 Sporting CP
  [1-0 Higuaín 15´, 2-0 Robben 19´, 3-0 Higuaín 23´, 
   3-1 Izmailov 31´ 4-1 Raúl 40´ (p), 5-1 Polga (pp) 43´, 
   5-2 Yannick 74´, 5-3 Veloso 90´].
Real Madrid:  Dudek (Codina 46´); Sergio Ramos (Torres 46´), Pepe (Cannavaro 46´), Metzelder (Javi García 46´), 
              Marcelo (Heinze 77´); Gago (Diarra 64´), Guti (De la Red 46´), Van der Vaart; Robben (Drenthe 46´), 
              Raúl (Van Nistelrooy 46´), Higuaín.
Sporting CP:  Rui Patricio (Tiago 46´); Pedro Silva (Abel 46´), Caneira (Adrien 76´), Polga, Ronny (Tonel 46´); 
              Pereirinha (Romagnoli 60´), Veloso, Rochemback (Moutinho 46´), Izmailov; Rodrigo Tiui (Yannick 46´), 
              Hélder Postiga. 
Referee:  Velasco Carballo

2009
Participants
-	Rosenborg BK Trondheim – Norway
-	Real Madrid CF - Spain
	
Final 24-08-2009 

Real Madrid CF		4	12,27 Benzema, 26 Diarra, 55 Raul
Rosenborg BK		0

2010
Participants
-	Real Madrid CF – Spain
-	CA Peñarol Montevideo - Uruguay
	
Final 24-08-2010 

Real Madrid CF		2	67 Di Mario, 90+2 pen van der Vaart
CA Peñarol		0

2011
Participants
-	Real Madrid CF - Spain
-	Galatasaray SK - Turkey
	
Final 24-08-2011 

Real Madrid CF		2	33 Sergio Ramos, 51 Benzema
Galatasaray SK		1	10 Selcuk Inan

2012
Participants
-	Millonarios FC Bogotá - Colombia	
-	Real Madrid CF - Spain

Final 26-09-2012 

Real Madrid CF		8	14,38,60 pen Kaka, 23,68 Callejon, 32,36 Morata, 78 Benzema
Millonarios FC		0	

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