Guadiana Trophy

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

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

Tournaments[edit]

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

2002 Tournament[edit]

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

2003 Tournament[edit]

2003-07-26
Belenenses Portugal 2 – 2 Portugal 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[edit]

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

2005 Tournament[edit]

Main article: Guadiana Trophy 2005

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 Portugal 2 – 1 Portugal Vitória de Setúbal
J. Moutinho Goal 50'
Varela Goal 84'
Estádio Algarve, Faro
Referee: Lucílio Baptista

2006 Tournament[edit]

Main article: Guadiana Trophy 2006

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 Portugal 1 – 0 Spain Deportivo La Coruña
Deivid Goal 26'
Complexo Desportivo de Vila Real Santo António, Vila Real Santo António

2007 Tournament[edit]

Main article: Guadiana Trophy 2007

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 Portugal 1 – 0 Portugal Sporting CP
David Luiz Goal 80'
Complexo Desportivo de Vila Real Santo António, Vila Real Santo António

2008 Tournament[edit]

Main article: Guadiana Trophy 2008

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 Portugal 2 – 0 Portugal Benfica
Yannick Goal 57'
Derlei Goal 72'
Complexo Desportivo de Vila Real Santo António, Vila Real Santo António

2009 Tournament[edit]

Main article: Guadiana Trophy 2009

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 Portugal 2 – 1 Portugal 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[edit]

Main article: Guadiana Trophy 2010

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 Portugal 4 – 1 England 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[edit]

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

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