Trofeo "Memorial Quinocho" (Vigo-Spain) 1996-2008


Annual summer match by Celta at various venues dedicated to their former manager Joaquín Fernández Santomé 'Quinocho'.
Real Club Celta de Vigo, S.A.D is a Spanish football team from Vigo in Galicia. It was founded on March 28, 1923 by merging Real Vigo Sporting and Real Club Fortuna de Vigo.
The club's home stadium is Balaídos.

Palmares


 1 1996 RC Celta de Vigo	2-1 Athletic Club de Bilbao
 2 1997 Vitória SC Guimarães	2-1 RC Celta de Vigo 
 3 1998 RC Celta de Vigo	2-0 Real Betis
 4 1999 RC Celta de Vigo	2-1 Real Betis
 5 2000 RC Celta de Vigo	1-1 As Roma           [RC Celta 3-1 on pen.]
 6 2001 RC Celta de Vigo	2-0 UD Las Palmas
 7 2002 RC Celta de Vigo	4-0 Vitória SC Guimarães
 8 2003 RC Celta de Vigo	2-2 Olympiakos CFP
 9 2004 RC Celta de Vigo  	3-2 SC Braga     
10 2005 RC Celta de Vigo	2-0 SC Braga
11 2006 RC Celta de Vigo	2-1 SC Braga
12 2007 RC Celta de Vigo	3-1 Boavista FC
13 2008 RC Celta de Vigo	0-0 CD Numancia     [RC Celta 5-4 on pen.]


Number of Wins:

12 Real Club Celta de Vigo

 1
Vitória SC Guimarães (POR)


1996

Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
Athletic Club de Bilbao (Spain)

Final [Aug 11]
RC Celta	2-1 Athletic club de Bilbao
  [1-0 Revivo 21´, 2-0 Gudelj (p), 2-1 Carlos García).

1997

Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
Vitória SC Guimarães (Portugal)

Final [Aug 6]
RC Celta Vigo	1-2 Vitória SC Guimarães
 [15 Revivo; 25 Riva, ? Basili]	

1998
Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
Real Betis Balompié (Spain)

Final [Aug 9]
RC Celta Vigo	2-0 Real Betis 
 [1-0 Berges 17´, 2-0 Karpin 54´]
RC Celta:   Dutruel (46 Pinto); Michel, Caceres, Goran Djorovic (57 Eggen), 
            Berges (75 Josema), Karpin, Makelele, Oscar Vales (70 Bruno Caires), 
            Revivo (64 Sanchez), Mostovoi, Cadete (64 Tomas).
Real Betis: Valerio (46 Prats); Otero, Olias (46 Andrei), Solozabal, Luis Fernandez,
            Canas (80 Josete), Marquez (39 Oli), Merino (46 Alexis), Fernando, 
            Alfonso (80 Galvez), Denilson (61 Cuellar).
Referee : Puentes Leira
Estadio Balaidos

1999
Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
Real Betis Balompié (Spain)

Final [July 30]
RC Celta Vigo	2-1 Real Betis 
 [1-0 Karpin 4´, 1-1 Karhan 19´, 2-1 Turdó 50´]
RC Celta:   Dutruel, Velasco, Djorovic, Caceres, Berges, Karpin, Makelele, 
            Giovanella, Revivo, Turdo, Kaviedes. ( + Coira, Adriano, Juanfran, 
            Caires, Gudelj, Tomas).
Real Betis: Prats, Otero, Karhan, Filipescu, Rivas, Canas, Alexis, Denilson,
            Fernando, Finidi, Galvez. (+ Varela, Bornes, Benjamín, Juan Jesus, Oli).
Referee : Puentes Leira 
Estadio Balaidos, Sevilla
Att: 12.000

2000
Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
AS Roma (Italy)

Final [Aug 11]
RC Celta Vigo	1-1 AS Roma		[3-1 pen]
 [0-1 Delvecchio 69´, 1-1 McCarthy 85´]
RC Celta: Cavallero; Velasco, Caceres (46 Sergio ), Noguerol, Juanfran (81 Coira),
          Jesuli (63 Karpin), Doriva (63 Giovanella), Vagner, Tomas (63 Mena), 
          Mostovoi (70 Mc Carthy ), Catanha 
AS Roma:  Antonioli; Zebina, Aldair, Mangone, Rinaldi, Tommasi, Zanetti, 
          Di Francesco, Nakata, Delvecchio , Montella. (Candela, Totti, Batistuta, 
          D’ Agostino, Balbo).
Referee : Muniz Fernandez 
Estadio Balaidos, Sevilla
Att: 11.000 

2001
Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
UD las Palmas (Spain)

Final [Aug 4]
RC Celta Vigo	2-0 UD Las Palmas
 [1-0 Edu 65´, 2-0 Maurice 83´]
RC Celta:   Pinto, Coira, Sergio, Contreras, Juanfran, Karpin, Giovanella, Doriva,
            Gustavo Lopez, Beni McCarthy, Catanha. (Caballero, Velasco, Caceres, 
            Manolo, Berizzo, Edu, Yeray, Luccin, Jesuli, Mostovoi,Maurice).
Las Palmas: Nacho Gonzalez, Angel, Ramon, Schurrer, Paqui, Edu Alonso, Josico,
            Samways, Pablo Lago, Jorge, Eloy. (Cicovic, Sarasua, Jose Antonio, 
            Olias, Gustavo, Ruben, Nunez, Carmelo, Socorro, Alberto,Orlando).
Referee : Otero Álvarez 
Estadio de San Lazaro, Santiago de Compostela
Att: 2.500 

2002
Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
Vitória SC Guimarães (Portugal)

Final [Aug 13]
RC Celta Vigo	4-0 Vitória SC Guimarães
 [1-0 Mostovoi (p) 45´, 2-0 Catanha 53´, 3-0 Yago 66´, 4-0 Mostovoi 68´]
RC Celta:  Cavallero (45 Pinto); Velasco (45 Yago), Sergio (45 Méndez), Berizzo  
           (45 Cáceres), Sylvinho (45 Juanfran), Luccin (16 Doriva), Giovanella 
           (45 Vagner), Jesuli (45 Mc Carthy), Mostovoi, G. López (55 Jandro), 
           Catanha (55 Kaviedes).
Vitoria SC: Palatsi; Ricardo Silva, Rui Ferreira (63 Paulo César), Cleber, Medeiros 
            (45 Matías), Marcinho (63 Laelson), Fangueiro (78 Bessa), Hugo Cunha 
            (63 Jaime), Pedro Mendes, Guga (45 Assís), Ferreira (45 Romeu).
Referee : González Vázquez   
Estadio municipal de Balaidos, Sevilla 
Att: 4.000

2003
Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
Olympiakos FCP (Greece)

Final [Aug 7]	
RC Celta Vigo	2-2 Olympiakos Piraeus		[Celta on pen]
 [0-1 Georgiadis 56´, 1-1 Edu 74´, 1-2 Jesuli (og) 83´, 2-2 Giovanni 90´]
RC Celta:   Pinto; Velasco, Cáceres, Contreras, Sylvinho, José Ignacio, 
            Giovanella, Jesuli, Mostovoi, Edu, Milosevic. 
            Cavallero, Angel, Sergio, Catanha, Juanfran, Jandro, Oubiña, 
            Vagner.
Olympiakos: Bucek; Antzas, Vallas, Mavrogenidis, Veneditis, Karembeu, Pantos, Stoltidis, 
            Djordjevic, Gkonias, Kuzba. + Kattargiannakis, Kafes, Giorgiadis, Giovanni, 
            Kouloucheris, Niniadis, Castillo.
Referee : Muñiz Fernández (Comité Asturiano)
Estadio municipal de Balaídos; Att: 7.000

2004
Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
Sporting Club de Braga (Portugal)

Final [Jan 4, 2005]
RC Celta Vigo	3-2 Sporting de Braga
 [0-1 Sava 3´, 1-1 Barroso 24´, 2-1 Nagore 39´, 3-1 Giovanella 78´,
  3-2 Edinho 82´]
RC Celta:  Quintana, Bouzón, Sergio, Méndez, Manolo; Nagore, Isaac, Capucho, Jonathan, 
           Gustavo López, Sava. + Sánchez, Jandro, José Ignacio, Contreras, Israel,
           Canobbio, Oubiña , Ángel, Vryzas, Giovanella.
SC Braga:  Paulo Santos, Pedro Costa, Nem, Paulo Jorge, Paulo Sergio, Jorge Luiz, Barroso, 
           Joao Tomás, Jaime, Wender, Vandinho. + Cesinha, Castanheira, Nunes, Edinho, 
           Madrid, Marco, Loureiro, Nelsinho, Cardoso.
Referee : Jesús Bastos Martínez 
Estadio municipal de Balaídos; Att: 7.000

2005
Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
Sporting Club de Braga (Portugal)

Final [Aug 12]
RC Celta Vigo	2-0 Sporting de Braga
 [1-0 Nem (og) 52´, 2-0 Perera 79´]
RC Celta:  Pinto, Jonathan (Del Moral), Angel (Roberto), Sergio (Méndez), Contreras, 
           Núñez (Bouzón), Isacc (Iriney), Cannobbio (Giovanella), Gustavo López (Silva), 
           Javi Guerrero (Sánchez), Baiano (Perera).
SC Braga:  Paulo Santos, Luis Filipe, Jorge Luíz, Nunes, Nem, Hugo Leal, Madrid, Vandinho, 
           Wender, Davide, Joao Tomás. + Joao Alvés, Sidney, Delibasic, Cándido Costa, Paulo
           Jorge, Abel, Castanheira, Céshina, Jaime JR.
Referee : Esquinas Torres (Colegio madrileño)
Estadio municipal de Balaídos; Att: 5.000

2006
Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
Sporting Club de Braga (Portugal)

Final [Aug 12]
RC Celta Vigo	1-2 Sporting de Braga
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RC Celta:
SC Braga:
Referee:
Centro Deportivo de Melgaço (Portugal)

2007
Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
Boavista FC (Portugal)

Final [Aug 14]
RC Celta Vigo	3-1 Boavista FC
 [1-0 Canobbio 2´, 2-0 Jorge Larena 21´, 3-0 Perera 25´, 3-1 Fary (p) 67´]
RC Celta:  Pinto; Ángel (Contreras), Rubén, Richi, Zanev (Sarró), Borja Oubiña, 
           Roberto Souza, Núñez (Dani Abalo), Canobbio, Jorge Larena (J. Guerrero),
           Perera (Goran Maric).
Boavista:  Carlos; Leo Tambussi, Olufemi, Fleurival, Rissutt, Edgar, Bosancic, 
           Hugo Monteiro, Linz, Mario Silva, Marcelao. (+ Laionel, Diakité, Gilberto, 
           Bruno Pinheiro, Milan, Fary, Iván, Ricardo Silva). 

2008
Participants:
RC Celta de Vigo (Spain)
CD Numancia (Spain)

Final [Aug 16]
RC Celta Vigo	0-0 CD Numancia   [RC Celta 5-4 on pen.]
  [-].
RC Celta:    Notario; Fajardo, Rubén, Noguerol, Roberto Lago; Dani Abalo, 
             Trashorras, Rosada, Danilo (Vila 72´); Ghilas (Perera 82´), David.
CD Numancia: Juan Pablo; Juanra, Palacios, Boris, Cisma (Bellvis 73´); Nagore, Moreno 
            (Dimas 81´),  Mario, Álvaro Antón (Quero 66´), Barkero (Platero 73´), Brit.

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