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Guadiana Trophy

Guadiana Trophy
Founded 2001
Region Europe
Current champions Braga (1st)
Most successful club(s) Benfica (5)

The Guadiana Trophy is an annual tournament played in the pre-season.

Tournaments

Year 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
2001 Vitória de Guimarães Farense Sevilla N/A
2002 Benfica Vitória de Setúbal N/A N/A
2003 Belenenses Benfica N/A N/A
2004 Real Betis Benfica N/A N/A
2005 Sporting CP Vitória de Setúbal Middlesbrough Real Betis
2006 Sporting CP Deportivo La Coruña Benfica N/A
2007 Benfica Real Betis Sporting CP N/A
2008 Sporting CP Blackburn Rovers Benfica N/A
2009 Benfica Olhanense Anderlecht Athletic Bilbao
2010 Benfica Aston Villa Feyenoord N/A
2011 Benfica Anderlecht Paris Saint-Germain N/A
2012 Newcastle United Olympiacos Braga N/A
2013 Braga West Ham United Sporting CP N/A

2002 Tournament

2002-08-07
Benfica 2 – 1 Vitória de Setúbal
Roger Goal 25'47' Meyong Goal 86'
Complexo Desportivo de Vila Real Santo António, Vila Real Santo António

2003 Tournament

2003-07-26
Belenenses 2 – 2 Benfica
Antchouet Goal ?'
Verona Goal ?'
Argel Goal ?'
Cristiano Goal 90'
  Penalties  
4 – 3
Complexo Desportivo de Vila Real Santo António, Vila Real Santo António

2004 Tournament

2004-07-28
Real Betis 3 – 0 Benfica
Fernando Goal 6'51'53'
Estadio Blas Infante in Ayamonte, Huelva
Referee: Santana Ponce

2005 Tournament

The 2005 competition has taken place between 28–30 July 2005 and featured Sporting, Vitória Setubal, Middlesbrough and Betis. Sporting won in the final against Vitória Setubal.

2005-07-30
Sporting 2 – 1 Vitória de Setúbal
J. Moutinho Goal 50'
Varela Goal 84'
Estádio Algarve, Faro
Referee: Lucílio Baptista

2006 Tournament

The 2006 competition took place between 27–29 July 2006 and featured Benfica, Sporting and Deportivo La Coruña. Sporting won in the final against Deportivo.

2006-07-29
Sporting CP 1 – 0 Deportivo La Coruña
Deivid Goal 26'
Complexo Desportivo de Vila Real Santo António, Vila Real Santo António

2007 Tournament

The 2007 competition has taken place between 3–5 August 2007 and featured Benfica, Sporting and Real Betis. Benfica won in the final against rivals Sporting.

2007-08-05
Benfica 1 – 0 Sporting CP
David Luiz Goal 80'
Complexo Desportivo de Vila Real Santo António, Vila Real Santo António

2008 Tournament

The 2008 competition has taken place between 25–27 July 2009 and featured Benfica, Sportinga and Blackburn Rovers. Sporting won in the final against Benfica.

2008-07-27
21h15
Sporting CP 2 – 0 Benfica
Yannick Goal 57'
Derlei Goal 72'
Complexo Desportivo de Vila Real Santo António, Vila Real Santo António

2009 Tournament

The 2009 competition has taken place between 16–18 July 2009 and featured Benfica, Olhanense, Athletic Bilbao and Anderlecht. Benfica won in the final against Olhanense.

2009-07-18
21h15
Benfica 2 – 1 Olhanense
Cardozo Goal 64'
Miguel Vítor Goal 90'
Ukra Goal 62' (pen.)
Complexo Desportivo de Vila Real Santo António, Vila Real Santo António

2010 Tournament

The 2010 edition of the tournament has taken place between 30 July - 1 August 2010 and featured English side Aston Villa, alongside Dutch side Feyenoord and Benfica.[1]

2010-08-01
21h15
Benfica 4 – 1 Aston Villa
David Luiz Goal 10'
Saviola Goal 37'50'
Cardozo Goal 43'
Carew Goal 68'
Complexo Desportivo de Vila Real Santo António, Vila Real Santo António
Referee: João Capela

Number of wins

Club
Winner
Runner-up
Benfica 5 2
Sporting CP 3 0
Real Betis 1 1
Vitória de Guimarães
Belenenses
Newcastle United
Braga
1 0
Vitória de Setúbal 0 2
Farense
Deportivo La Coruña
Blackburn Rovers
Olhanense
Aston Villa
Anderlecht
Olympiacos FC
West Ham United
0 1

External links

  • [1]

References

  1. ^ http://www.avfc.co.uk/page/ClubNewsDetail/0,,10265~2055923,00.html
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