Trofeo Villa de Gijón (Gijón, Asturias-Spain) 1963-2012


Played at Estadio Molinón in Gijón (Asturias, Spain) . Organized by Real Sporting de Gijón, S.A.D. ( Spanish football team from Gijón, Asturias. Established 1 June 1905).
This Trophy is continuation of "Trofeo Costa Verde Gijón".

Palmares

1963  Sporting de Gijón       * Triangular Trophy
1964-93 not held
1994  CSKA Moskva             * Triangular Trophy
1995    not held
1996  Sporting de Gijón       2-1 Real Madrid CF
1997  Real Betis              3-1 Sporting de Gijón
1998  Real Valladolid         2-1 Sporting de Gijón
1999  Racing de Santander     2-1 Sporting de Gijón
2000  Real Sociedad           * Triangular Trophy
2001  Sporting de Gijón       2-0 Racing de Santander
2002  Sporting de Gijón       0-0 Racing de Santander  [Sporting on pen.]
2003  CD Tenerife             2-1 Sporting de Gijón
2004  Racing de Santander     1-1 Sporting de Gijón    [Racing on pen.]
2005  Athlétic de Bilbao      2-1 Sporting de Gijón    [Centenary of Sporting de Gijón]
2006  Racing de Santander     0-0 Sporting de Gijón    [Racing on pen.]
2007  Racing de Santander     0-0 Sporting de Gijón    [Racing on pen.]
2008  Sporting de Gijón       2-0 AC Milan
2009-10 not held
2011  Genoa C&FC              2-1 Sporting de Gijón
2012  Vitória FC (Guimarães)  2-0 Sporting de Gijon  

Number of wins

5 Real Sporting de Gijón

4 Racing Santander 

1 CSKA Moskva (RUS)
  Real Betis 
  Real Valladolid 
  Real Sociedad
  CD Tenerife 
  Athletic Club de Bilbao
  Vitória FC (Guimarães)
  Genoa C&FC

1963

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
CR Flamengo (Brazil)
Sporting CP (Portugal)

[Jun 27]
Sp. Gijón	4-3 CR Flamengo
  [José María (2), Biempica, Pocholo; Ananias, Airton (2)]
Sp. Gijón:  Cobo (Emery); Toni, Medina, Uribe, Puente, Alberto, Montes, 
            Biempica, Lalo, Pocholo, José María.

[Jun 28]


[Jun 29]
Sp. Gijón	1-1 Sporting CP
  [Suárez]
Sp. Gijón:  Cobo; Toni (Miranda), Pendás, Uribe, Félix, Alberto, Montes, 
            Pío, Lalo, Pocholo, José María, Suárez.

1994

Participants:      (Trinagular 3x1 45´time)
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
CD Tenerife (Spain)
CSKA Moskva (Russia)

[Aug 21]
CSKA Moskva	1-0 CD Tenerife
  [1-0 Radimov 12´].

Sp. Gijón	1-1 CD Tenerife
  [0-1 Morales 14´, 1-1 Pier 45´.]
Sp. Gijón:   Ablanedo II; Velasco, Muñiz, Pablo, Rogelio, Castaño, Saric, 
             Lediakhov, Tomás, Pier, Morales.

Sp. Gijón	1-2 CSKA Moskva
  [1-0 Pier 12´, 1-1 Manchur 19´, 1-2 Ivanov 26´].
Sp. Gijón:   Ablanedo II; Velasco, Muñiz, Pablo, Rogelio, Castaño (Míner), 
             Lediakhov, Marcos Vales, Tomás (Emilio Gutiérrez), Pier, Morales.

winner : CSKA Moskva

1996

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
Real Madrid CF (Spain)

Final [Aug 12]
Sp. Gijón	2-1 Real Madrid CF
  [1-0 Yekini 12´, 1-1 Mijatovic 51´, 2-1 Yekini 67´].
Sp. Gijón:   Liaño; Pablo, Nikiforov (Velasco 64´), Giner, Villarroya; M. Vales (Dani Bouzas 71´), 
             Bango, Avelino (D, Cano 83´), Tomás; Julio Salinas, Yekini (Eloy 81´).
Real Madrid: Cañizares; Secretario, Roberto Carlos, Sanchis (Milla 46´), Alkorta (García Calvo 45´); 
             F.Hierro, Raúl, Seedorf, Amavisca (Petkovic 60´); Mijatovic (Víctor 79´) , Suker (Lasa 74´), .

1997

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
Real Betis (Spain)

Final [Aug 12]
Sp. Gijón	1-3 Real Betis
  [0-1 Oli 30´, 1-1 Cherisev 48´, 1-2 Cuéllar 49´,
   1-3 Vidakovic 74´].
Sp. Gijón:  Ablanedo II; Velasco (José Manuel 46´), Acebal, Nikoforov, Sergio (Urbano 76´); Villarroya 
            (Fredi 46´), David Cano, Alex, Lediakov (Mario 65´); Kutcharski (Kaiku 45´), Cherischev.
Real Betis: Prats; Jaime (Ureña 62´), Solozábal, Merino, Alexis (Márquez 79´); Jarni (Pier 75´),
            Vidakovic, Finidi, Oli (Nadj 46´),; Alfonso, Cuéllar (Fernando 62´).

1998

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
Real Valladolid (Spain)

Final [Aug 23]
Sp. Gijón	1-2 Real Valladolid
 [1-0 Hadda 68´, 1-1 Alberto 73´, 1-2 Alberto 89´].
Sp. Gijón:   Sergio Sánchez; Otero, Urbano, Isma, Manolo; Vicente, Cano, 
             Cherischev, Takis (José Manuel); Monchu (Mingo), Haddda.

1999

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
Racing de Santander (Spain)

Final [Aug 7]
Sporting de Gijón	1-2 Racing de Santander
 [0-1 Salva 11´, 0-2 Salva (p) 23´, 1-2 Manolo 40´].
Sp. Gijón:   Juano; Sánchez Jara, Urbano (Mesas), Isma, Mingo (Cañizares); Óscar (Perovic), 
             Vicente (Monchu), Mario, Lediakhov (Cano); Manolo (Rubén), Cherischev.

2000

Participants:    (Traingular 3x1 45´time)
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
Real Sociedad (Spain)
Real Zaragoza (Spain)

[Aug 26]
R. Zaragoza	0-1 Real Sociedad
  [0-1 Idiakez 3´].
R. Zaragoza: Juanmi; Cuartero, Aguado, Lanna, Sundgren; José Ignacio, 
             Aragón, Ferrón, Marcos vales; Jamelli, Peternac.
R. Sociedad: Asper; Fuentes, Corino, Loren, Rekarte; Tayfun,
             Aramburu, Collet, Idiakez; De Pedro, Jankauskas.

Sp. Gijón	0-0 Zaragoza
  [-]
Sp. Gijón:   Valencia; Mario, Isma, Pablo Amo, Rivarola, Alberto, Gutierrez, 
             David Cano, Rubén, Da Silva, Cherischev.

Sp. Gijón	0-1 Real Sociedad
  [0-1 De Paula]
Sp. Gijón:   Valencia; Mario, Isma, Pablo Amo, Manolo, Alberto (Lozano), Gutierrez, 
             David Cano, Lediakhov, Da Silva (Kamatcho), Cherischev (Soto).
R. Sociedad: Asper; Jaúregui, Gurrutxaga, Pikabea, Rekarte; Tayfun, 
             Aramburu, Vega, Arif; Gabilondo, De Paula. (+ Idiakez).

Real Sociedad is winner

2001

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
Racing de Santander (Spain)

Final [Aug 18]
Sp. Gijón	2-0 Racing de Santander
 [1-0 Pablo Alvares 5´, 2-0 Michel 57´].
Sp. Gijón:    Valencia (46 Juanjo); Pablo Amo (46 Sastre), Isma (87 Miguel), Aira (66 Chus Bravo), 
              Borja (85 Jano); Dani Borreguero, Pablo Alvarez (46 Samuel), Juan (85 Cobas), 
              Lediakhov (61 Soto); Alberto (61 Cuartero), Michel (61 Villa).
R. Santander: Lemmens (64 Ceballos); Pineda (46 Neru), Arceno (75 Hans), Txema (66 Mora), 
              Sietes (75 Nando); Julio Alvarez (75 Nacho),Mena (66 Diego Mateo), Nafti 
             (46 Ismael), Vivar Dorado (66 Pablo Sierra); Morán (46 Bodipo), Mazzoni (75 Juanma). 

2002

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
Racing de Santander (Spain)

Final [Aug 24]
Sp. Gijón	0-0 Racing de Santander		[Sp. Gijón 4-2 pen]
  [-].
Sp. Gijón:    Valencia; Sastre, Pablo Amo, Christian Díaz, Tasevski; Pablo Alvarez, Borreguero, 
              Juan, Bauzá; Ismael, Villa. (+ Soto, Rubén, Roberto, Lozano).
R. Santander: Lemmens; Sietes, Morán, Bodipo, Nafti; Benayoun, Txiki, Matabuena, Pineda; 
              Juanma, Mora. (+ Bakhar, Ismael, Javi Guerrero, Regueiro, Neru, Pablo Sierra).

2003

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
CD Tenerife (Spain)

Final [Aug 21]	
Sp. Gijón	1-2 CD Tenerife
  [1-0 Keko 6´, 1-1 Pablo Alvarez 33´, 1-2 Keko (p) 72´].
Sp. Gijón:   Roberto; Sastre, Jeffrey, Samuel, Dorado; Pablo Alvarez, Dani Borreguero, Javi Fuego, 
             Juan; Ismael, Bilic. (+ Valencia, Alegre, Vázquez, Segovia, Alvaro, Miguel, Gerardo, Rubén).
CD Tenerife: Alvaro; Moya, Roberto, Iker, Rogerio; Vitolo, Willy, Antonio, Keko; 
             Jesús, Cristo. (+ Baines, Wihou, Aaron, Aira, Miguel, Bueno, Kirian).

2004

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
Racing de Santander (Spain)

Final [Aug 22]	
Sp. Gijón	1-1 Rácing de Santander		[2-4 pen]
 [1-0 Pablo Lago 33´; 1-1 Ayoze 92´].
Sp. Gijón:    Roberto; Ibon, Jeffrey (Javi Fuego 62), Carmena, Juan (Chus 46); Sastre (Jorge 92), Borreguero 
             (Casquero 83), Samuel, Pablo Lago (Gerardo 72); Ismael (Miguel 64), Calandria (David Lago 77).
R. Santander: Aouate; César Alvarez, Orio (Juanma 22), Casar, Ayoze; Marques (Arthuro 46), Nafti, 
              Anderson (Collnates 67), Regueiro; Morán (Mateo 67), David Aganzo (Valle 46).

2005

Centenary of Sporting de Gijón

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
Athletic Club de Bilbao (Spain)

Final [Aug 6]	
Sp. Gijón	1-2 Athlétic de Bilbao
 [0-1 Llorente 10´, 0-2 Llorente 63´, 1-2 Calandria  73´].
Sp. Gijón:   Roberto; Sastre, Chus Bravo (46 Lucena), Dorado, Juan (70 Vázquez); Pedro (46 De Lucas), 
             Javi Fuego (46 Michel), Moises, Pablo Lago (70 Ibon); Biagini (70 Omar), Karanka (45 Calandria). 
Ath. Bilbao: Aranzubía; Expósito, La Cruz, Prieto, Tarantino; Gurpegi (76 Endika), 
             Ibón, Iraola (76 Javi González ), Guerrero; Etxeberría, Llorente. 

2006

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
Racing de Santander (Spain)

Final [Aug 18]
Sporting de Gijón	0-0 Rácing de Santander		
  [-].
Sp. Gijón:    Roberto; Sastre, Jorge, Samuel, Juanmi; Javi Fuego, Marcos Landeira, Padro, De Lucas; 
              Diego Castro, David Barral. (+ Raúl Cámara, Noel Alonso, Chus Bravo, Andreu, Jairo, 
              Michel, Iván Guardado, Omar, Sergio Prendes.
R. Santander: Toño; Pinillos, Oriol, Moratón, Luis Fernández; Cristian álvarez, Vitolo, Colsa, 
              Melo; Juanjo, Munitis. (+ Calatayud, David Aganzo, Momo, Christian, Portilla, 
              Rubén Castro, Pablo Alfaro, Oscar Serrano). 

2007

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
Racing de Santander (Spain)

Final [Aug 15]
Sporting de Gijón	0-0 Racing de Santander   [R. Santander on pen.]
  [-].
Sp. Gijón:    Roberto; Sastre (Alain), Iván Hernández (Jorge), Gerard (Chus Bravo), Canella (Raúl Cámara); Míchel (Lora), 
              Matabuena (De Lucas), Pedro (Pina), Kike Mateo (Carlos Álvarez), Barral (Karanka), Diego Castro (Omar).
R. Santander: 

2008

Participants:
Sporting de Gijón (Spain)
AC Milan (Italy)

Final [Aug 24]
Sporting de Gijón	2-0 AC Milan
  [1-0 Barral 24´, 2-0 Bilic 75´].
Sp. Gijón:  Sergio Sánchez (Cuellar 45´); Sastre (Cámara 58´), Iván Hernández (Gerard 62´), Jorge (Neru 58´), 
            Canella (José Ángel 62´); Michel (Andreu 58´ ), Matabuena (De Lucas 62´), Pedro (Morán 45´), 
            Kike Mateo (Carmelo 45´); Diego Castro (Maldonado 45´), Barral (Bilic 45´).
AC Milan:   Abbiati; Zambrotta, Maldini (Favalli 45´), Kaladze (Bonera 45´), Jankulovski (Antonini 67´); 
            Pirlo, Brocchi, Cardacio (Emerson 45´), Seedorf; Flamini, Paloschi (Viudez 68´). 

2011

Participants
-	Genoa C&FC – Italy
-	Real Sporting de Gijon - Spain

Final 13-08-2011 
Sporting de Gijon	1	70 Sergio
Genoa C&FC		2	25 Pretto, 45 Palacio

2012

Participants

-	Vitoria Guimaraes – Portugal
-	Sporting Gijon - Spain

	
Final 11-08-2012

Sporting Gijon		0
Vitoria Guimaraes	2	50 Defendi, 74 ???



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