Trofeo Ciudad de Salamanca (Salamanca-Spain) 1992-2002


Played at Estadio Helmántico (Salamanca).  Organized by UD Salamanca.
Unión Deportiva Salamanca, S.A.D. is a Spanish football team based in Salamanca. Officially founded March 16, 1923.
Nicknamed "Los Charros", they play in white shirts and black shorts. Their home stadium is Estadio El Helmántico (The stadium was built in 1970. It is placed on the out-skirts of the city).

Palmares

 
 1 1992 Real Madrid CF		2-2 Real Sociedad   [Real Madrid on pen.]
 2 1993  Unknown
 3 1994 FC Barcelona
 4 1995 Atlético Madrid		2-1 UD salamanca
 5 1996 UD Salamanca		  * Triangular Trophy
 6 1997 PSV Eindhoven             * Triangular Trophy
 7 1998 UD Salamanca		  * Triangular Trophy
 8 1999 UD Salamanca		1-0 Real Valladolid 
 9 2000 UD Salamanca		2-1 Athletic Club de Bilbao
10 2001 Atlético Madrid		1-0 Atlético de Madrid
11 2002 CF Os Belenenses	2-0 UD Salamanca

Number of Wins:

 4 UD Salamanca

 2 Atlético de Madrid
 
 1 Real Madrid CF
   PSV Eindhoven (NET)
   FC Barcelona


1992

Participants:
UD Salamanca (Spain)
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Real Sociedad (Spain)
FC Porto (Portugal)

Semifinals [Aug 14,15]
UD Salamanca	0-1 Real Madrid CF
  [0-1 Zamorano 27´]
UD Salamanca: Juan Carlos (Olabe 45´); Sito (Andrés 65´), Balta, Rodolfo (Dani 65´), Jandri; 
              Carlos (Moreno 45´), Sukunza, Medina, Higuera; Peña, Antonio (Puado 45´). 
Real Madrid:  Jaro; Chendo, Tendillo, Rocha (Nando 45´), Sanchis (Villarroya 45´); Milla, Míchel 
              (Jovicevic 45´), Aragón, Toril; Zamorano (Paco Llorente 45´), Esnaider.
R. Sociedad	0-0 FC Porto   [R. Sociedad on pen.]


Third place match [Aug 16]
UD Salamanca	0-3 FC Porto
  [0-1 Paulinho 52´, 0.-2 Domingos 62´, 0-2 Paulinho 72´].
UD Salamnca:  Olabe; Sito, Torrecilla, Balta, Andrés; Torres, Jose Antonio,
              David, Puado; Moreno, Antonio. (+ Vicente, Rodolfo, Sukunza).
FC Porto:     Vitor Baía; Joao Pinto, Ze Carlos, Rui Filipe, Jorge Costa; Antonio Carlos,
              Magalhaes, Kostadinov, Semedo; Domingos, André. (+ F. Couto, Paulinho, J. Couto). 

Final [Aug 16]
R. Sociedad	2-2 Real Madrid CF    [Real Madrid on pen.]
  [0-1 Kodro 15´, 1-1 Butragueño 23´, 2-1 Zamorano 49´, 2-2 Carlos Xavier].
R. Sociedad:  Yubero; Imanol (Imaz 43´), Larrañaga, Uría (Alkiza 67´), Lumbreras, Aguirre; 
              Guruceta (Górriz 51´), Oceano (Luís Pérez 57´); Carlos Xavier, Fuentes, Kodro.
Real Madrid:  Jaro; Rocha, Villarroya, Nando, Sanchis; F. Hierro, Butragueño (Esnaider 35´), 
              Míchel, Prosinecki; Zamorano, Paco Llorente.

1993

Participants:

1994

Participants:
UD Salamanca (Spain)
Atlético de Madrid (Spain)
FC Barcelona (Spain)

* Match´s 45´.

[Aug 14]
UD Salamanca	1-0 Atlético de Madrid

[Aug 14]
FC Barcelona	2-1 Atlético de Madrid
  [Beguiristáin; Koeman; Alfaro (p)]
FC Barcelona: Busquets; Geli, Abelardo, Koeman, Nadal, Sergi, Stoichkov, 
              Escaich, Hagi, Begiristain.
At. Madrid:   Abel; Esteban, Alejandro, Ferreira, Lopez, De la Sagra, 
              Ruano, Alfaro, Benitez, Soler, Valle

[Aug 14]
UD Salamanca	1-2 FC Barcelona

1995

Participants:
UD Salamanca (Spain)
Atlético de Madrid (Spain)

[Aug 14]
UD Salamanca	1-2 Atlético de Madrid
  [0-1 caminero, 1-1 Chemo del Solar, 1-2 Pantic 48´].
UD Salamanca: Yosu; Josema (Sito), Jandri, Luis Manuel, Torrecilla (Rodolfo); Pollo, Del Solar 
              (Sukunza), Medina, Claudio (Quico); Barbará (Stinga), Vellisca.
At. Madrid:   Molina; Geli, Solozabal (Tomás), Santi, Toni; Caminero (Dani), Roberto, 
              Kiko, Correa (Juan Carlos), Simeóne (Vizcaíno), Pirri (Pantic).

1996

Participants:  (Triangular 3x1 45´time)
UD Salamanca (Spain)
Real Zaragoza (Spain)
Estrella Amadora (Portigal)

[Aug 11]
UD Salamanca	2-0 Estrella Amadora  (winner Salamanca)

UD Salamanca	1-0 Real Zaragoza

Real Zaragoza	1-0 Estrella Amadora
  [1-0 Higuera]. 

1997

Participants:   (Triangular 3x1 45´time)
UD Salamanca (Spain)
CD Tenerife (Spain)
PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands)

[Aug 4]
UD Salamanca	1-0 CD Tenerife
   [0-1 Ballesteros (og]. 

CD Tenerife	2-2 PSV Eindhoven
  [1-0 Kodro, 1-1 Petrovic, 2-1 Kodro,
   2-2 Bruggink].
 

UD Salamanca	0-1 PSV Eindhoven
  [0-1 Cocu].

1998  75 Anniversary Trophy

Participants:
UD Salamanca (Spain)
RC Deportivo de la Coruña (Spain)
FC Boavista (Portugal)
[Aug
UD Salamanca	1-0 FC Boavista
  [1-0 Casartelli].

[Aug]
RC Deportivo	1-1 FC Boavista
  [Pauleta; Couto].

[Aug]
UD Salamanca	0-0 RC Deportivo
  [-].


1999

Participants:
UD Salamanca (Spain)
Real Valladolid (Spain)

Final [Aug 7]
UD Salamanca	1-0 Real Valladolid
  [1-0 Muntiano].

2000

Participants:
UD Salamanca (Spain)
Racing de Santander (Spain)

Final [Aug 19]
UD Salamanca	2-1 Athletic club de Bilbao
  [1-0 Toedtli 1´, 1-1 Urzaiz 28´, 2-1 Quique Martín 80´].
UD Salamanca:  Stelea; Leo Ramos, Velasco, Toedtli, Barbará; Quique Martín, Christian Díaz, Munteanu, 
               Pedro; Rogerio, Juanma. (+ Juan Pablo, Maku, Ion, Pepe Domingo, Ze Tó, Tomás).
Ath. Bilbao:   Lafuente; Larrainzar, Alkorta, Vales, Larrazabal; Javi González, Felipe, Urrutia, Ezquerro; 
               Guerrero, Urzaiz. (+ Del Horno, Ríos, Orbaiz, Imaz, Tiko, Karanka, Lasa, Merino, Lacruz, Yeste).

2001

Participants:
UD Salamanca (Spain)
Atlético de Madrid (Spain)

Final [Aug 11]
UD Salamanca	0-1 Atlético de Madrid
  [0-1 Diego Alonso 33´].
UD Salamanca:
At. Madrid:

2002

Participants:
UD Salamanca (Spain)
CF Os Belenenses (Portugal)

Final [Aug 10]
UD Salamanca	0-2 CF Os Beleneneses
  [0-1 Ludemar 58´, 0-2 Chico Silva 70´].

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