Copa del Rey Juvenil de Fútbol

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Copa del Rey Juvenil de Fútbol
Founded 1951
Region  Spain
Number of teams 16
Current champions Sevilla FC (6th)
Most successful club(s) FC Barcelona (18)
Website rfef.es
2014 Copa del Rey Juvenil

Copa del Rey Juvenil de Fútbol is a youth football tournament in Spain, which is disputed between sixteen teams from the División de Honor Juvenil: The seven winners and runners-up and the best two third-placed teams. It's managed by the RFEF.

History[edit]

Copa del Rey Juvenil de Fútbol was founded in 1951 with the name of Copa del Generalísimo. It changed its name in 1977 to Copa del Rey.

Finals[edit]

Season Location Champion Runner-up Score
1951 Chamartín, Madrid FC Barcelona Sueca 5–1
1952 Chamartín, Madrid Atlético Madrid Real Sociedad 4–2
1953 Chamartín, Madrid Real Madrid FC Barcelona 0–0 (corners, 5–1)
1954 Chamartín, Madrid Plus Ultra Espanyol 2–1
1955 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Real Sociedad Sevilla 2–0
1956 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Atlético Madrid Zaragoza 4–0
1957 Sarrià, Barcelona Murcia Txori Erri 6–1
1958 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Atlético Madrid Alicante 2–1
1959 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid FC Barcelona Sevilla 2–2 ‡
1960 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Firestone Murcia 5–2
1961 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Valencia Elizondo 7–2
1962 Metropolitano, Madrid Sevilla Athletic Bilbao 2–0
1963 Camp Nou, Barcelona Athletic Bilbao Real Madrid 2–0
1964 Metropolitano, Madrid Athletic Bilbao Real Madrid 2–1 (aet)
1965 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Athletic Bilbao Celta 2–1
1966 La Viña, Alicante Athletic Bilbao Júpiter 5–0
1967 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Athletic Bilbao Damm 2–0
1968 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Real Madrid Real Sociedad 3–0
1969 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Real Madrid Triana 1–0
1970 Camp Nou, Barcelona Athletic Bilbao Las Palmas 3–2
1971 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Real Madrid Athletic Bilbao 2–1
1972 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Las Palmas Real Madrid 2–1
1973 Vicente Calderón, Madrid FC Barcelona Real Madrid 4–2
1974 Vicente Calderón, Madrid FC Barcelona Real Madrid 1–0
1975 Vicente Calderón, Madrid FC Barcelona Murcia 4–2
1976 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid FC Barcelona Murcia 1–0
1977 Vicente Calderón, Madrid FC Barcelona Zaragoza 4–3
1978 La Romareda, Zaragoza Real Madrid FC Barcelona 1–0
1979 Vicente Calderón, Madrid Sevilla Athletic Bilbao 3–1
1980 Vicente Calderón, Madrid FC Barcelona Zaragoza 3–1
1981 Vicente Calderón, Madrid Real Madrid Athletic Bilbao 2–1
1982 Campo de la Federación, Albacete Real Madrid Murcia 2–0
1983 Príncipe Juan Carlos, Ciudad Real Betis Real Madrid 3–1
1984 La Romareda, Zaragoza Athletic Bilbao Castilla 2–1
1985 Santiago Bernabéu, Madrid Real Madrid FC Barcelona 2–1
1986 Las Gaunas, Logroño FC Barcelona Real Madrid 6–3
1987 Las Gaunas, Logroño FC Barcelona Athletic Bilbao 2–1
1988 La Pinilla, Teruel Real Madrid FC Barcelona 1–1 (penalties, 4–2)
1989 Las Gaunas, Logroño FC Barcelona Athletic Bilbao 3–2
1990 Carlos Belmonte, Albacete Betis FC Barcelona 4–2
1991 Castalia, Castellón de la Plana Real Madrid FC Barcelona 1–1 (penalties, 4–3)
1992 Los Pajaritos, Soria Athletic Bilbao Betis 1–1 (penalties, –)
1993 La Pinilla, Teruel Real Madrid FC Barcelona 2–1
1994 La Romareda, Zaragoza FC Barcelona Real Madrid 2–1
1995 Salto del Caballo, Toledo Albacete Sevilla 2–1
1996 La Romareda, Zaragoza FC Barcelona Real Madrid 4–2
1997 La Aldehuela, Fuenlabrada Sevilla FC Barcelona 2–1
1998 Salto del Caballo, Toledo Betis Alavés 0–0 (penalties, 4–3)
1999 Ciudad Deportiva, Olivenza Betis Real Madrid 2–1
2000 Municipal, Valdepeñas FC Barcelona Mallorca 2–1
2001 Antonio Amilivia, León Espanyol Real Madrid 2–0
2002 La Fuensanta, Cuenca FC Barcelona Mallorca 2–1
2003 El Toralín, Ponferrada Espanyol Mallorca 3–1 (aet)
2004 Constantino Navarro, Baza Espanyol Osasuna 3–2
2005 Nou Sardenya, Barcelona FC Barcelona Sporting 2–0
2006 Los Pajaritos, Soria FC Barcelona Zaragoza 2–0
2007 Vivar Téllez, Vélez-Málaga Albacete Valencia 2–1
2008 El Montecillo, Aranda de Duero Sevilla FC Barcelona 2–0
2009 Enrique López Cuenca, Nerja Sevilla Athletic Bilbao 3–2
2010 Francisco Bonet, Almuñécar Athletic Bilbao Real Madrid 2–0
2011 Alfonso Murube, Ceuta FC Barcelona Espanyol 2–0
2012 San Fernando, Burriana Espanyol Málaga 1–0
2013 Las Viñas, Vera Real Madrid Athletic Bilbao 4–0
2014 Cartagonova, Cartagena Sevilla Real Madrid 1–1 (penalties, 4–2)

‡ The title decided by lower age of the players.

Champions[edit]

Team Winners Runners-up Championship Seasons
FC Barcelona 18 9 1951, 1959, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1980, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1994, 1996, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2011
Real Madrid CF 13 13 1953, 1954, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1978, 1981, 1982, 1985, 1988, 1991, 1993, 2013
Athletic Club 9 8 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1970, 1984, 1992, 2010
Sevilla FC 6 3 1962, 1979, 1997, 2008, 2009, 2014
RCD Espanyol 4 2 2001, 2003, 2004, 2012
Real Betis 4 1 1983, 1990, 1998, 1999
Atlético Madrid 3 - 1952, 1956, 1958
Albacete Balompié 2 - 1995, 2007
Real Murcia 1 4 1957
Real Sociedad 1 2 1955
UD Las Palmas 1 1 1972
Valencia CF 1 1 1961
AD Plus Ultra[1] 1 - 1954
Sevilla Atlético[2] 1 - 1979
CD Firestone 1 - 1960
Real Zaragoza - 4 -
RCD Mallorca - 3 -
Málaga CF - 1 -
Sporting de Gijón - 1 -
CA Osasuna - 1 -
Alavés - 1 -
CD Firestone - 1 -
CF Damm - 1 -
Triana Balompié[3] - 1 -
CE Júpiter - 1 -
Celta de Vigo - 1 -
Elizondo - 1 -
Alicante CF - 1 -
Chorri Erri - 1 -
SD Sueca - 1 -

See also[edit]

  1. ^ Reserve team of Real Madrid.
  2. ^ Reserve team of Sevilla FC.
  3. ^ Reserve team of Real Betis Balompié.

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