Orange Trophy

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The Orange Trophy (Valencian: Trofeu Taronja; Spanish: Trofeo Naranja) is an annual friendly football tournament hosted by Valencia CF and first played in 1959.

1959[edit]

24 June 1959
Valencia Spain 4–4 Brazil Santos
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
24 June 1959
Santos Brazil 7–1 Italy Internazionale
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
27 June 1959
Valencia Spain 1–0 Italy Internazionale
 ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?

1961[edit]

24 June 1961
Valencia Spain 3–2 Brazil Botafogo
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
27 June 1961
Barcelona Spain 3–2 Brazil Botafogo
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
29 June 1961
Valencia Spain 4–3 Spain Barcelona
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?

1962[edit]

5 June 1962
Valencia Spain 5–2 Portugal Sporting CP
Guillot Goal 12' Goal 43'
Waldo Goal 31'
Paredes Goal 61' Goal 78'
 ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
9 June 1962
Sporting CP Portugal 3–1 England Blackpool
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
9 June 1962
Valencia Spain 6–1 England Blackpool
Urtiaga Goal 15' Goal 83'
Waldo Goal 26'
Paredes Goal 48'
Guillot Goal 50'
Trío Goal 65'
 ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?

1964[edit]

16 June 1964
Valencia Spain 4–2 Uruguay Nacional
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
16 June 1964
Flamengo Brazil 1–0 Uruguay Nacional
 ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
16 June 1964
Flamengo Brazil 3–1 Spain Valencia
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?

1970[edit]

1 September 1970
Valencia Spain 3–1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
Ansola Goal 10'
Claramunt Goal 23'
Pellicer Goal 45'
Ivagević Goal 58'
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
2 September 1970
Independiente Argentina 3–2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
3 September 1970
20:45
Valencia Spain 0–0 Argentina Independiente
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ? Valencia won 5–2 on penalties

1972[edit]

9 August 1972
Valencia Spain 1–1 Netherlands Feyenoord
Valdez Goal 57' Kristensen
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
10 August 1972
Bayern Munich Germany 2–0 Netherlands Feyenoord
 ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
11 August 1972
Bayern Munich Germany 1–1 Spain Valencia
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?

1973[edit]

21 August 1973
Standard Liège Belgium 1–0 Spain Valencia
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
21 August 1973
Crvena Zvezda Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–0 Belgium Standard Liège
Petrović Goal 11'
Panajotović Goal 62'
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
21 August 1973
Crvena Zvezda Belgrade Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 2–1 Spain Valencia
Panajotović Goal 16'
Janković Goal 25'
Forment Goal 77'
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?

1974[edit]

21 August 1974
Valencia Spain 1–1 Hungary Vasas
J. Martínez Goal 38' Horváth Goal 66'
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
22 August 1974
Vasas Hungary 0–0 Netherlands PSV
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
23 August 1974
PSV Netherlands 2–0 Spain Valencia
Edström Goal 57'
van de Kerkhof Goal 77'
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?

1975[edit]

19 August 1975
Zürich Switzerland 1–0 Spain Valencia
 ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia]
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
20 August 1975
ADO Den Haag Netherlands 4–3 Switzerland Zürich
 ?  ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
21 August 1975
Valencia Spain 4–1 Netherlands ADO Den Haag
Claramunt Goal 23' Goal 75'
Gitano González Goal 38'
Mansveld Goal 62' (o.g.)
Schoenmaker
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?

1976[edit]

Semi-finals Final
 Spain Valencia  2  
 Bulgaria CSKA Sofia  2  
 
     Bulgaria CSKA Sofia  2
   Soviet Union Dynamo Moscow  1
Third place
 Spain Hércules  0  Spain Valencia  1
 Soviet Union Dynamo Moscow  0    Spain Hércules  1

1977[edit]

20 August 1977
Valencia Spain 3–0 Portugal Vitória de Setúbal
E. Angulo Goal 45'
 ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Franco Martínez
20 August 1977
Borussia Mönchengladbach Germany 5–0 Portugal Vitória de Setúbal
 ?
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?
20 August 1977
Borussia Mönchengladbach Germany 0–0 Spain Valencia
Luis Casanova Stadium, Valencia
Attendance: ?
Referee: ?

2000[edit]

30 August 2000
Valencia Spain 0–0 Italy Parma
  Penalties  
0–3

2007[edit]

19 August 2007
Valencia Spain 0–2 Italy Parma
Goal 7' Budan
Goal 82' Morfeo

2010[edit]

18 August 2010
21:30 CEST
Valencia Spain 2–0 Italy Fiorentina
Soldado Goal 71'
Aduriz Goal 75'
Camp de Mestalla, Valencia
Attendance: 41,000
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera Spain

2011[edit]

12 August 2011
22:00 CEST
Valencia Spain 3–0 Italy Roma
Viviani Goal 21' (o.g.)
Soldado Goal 36' Booked 55'
Bernat Booked 50'
Rami Booked 75'
Alcácer Goal 83'
Borriello Booked 29'
Cassetti Booked 55'
Viviani Booked 67'
Mestalla, Valencia
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Ayza Gámez Spain

2012[edit]

28 July 2012
21:30 CEST
Valencia Spain 1–1 Portugal Porto
Jonas Goal 63' Report Lucho Goal 57'
Sereno Booked 77'
  Penalties  
Parejo Penalty scored
Gago Penalty scored
Bernat Penalty missed
2 – 0 Penalty missed Kléber
Penalty missed Iturbe
Penalty missed Kelvin
Penalty missed Moutinho
Mestalla, Valencia
Attendance: 23,000
Referee: Mateo Valero Spain

2014[edit]

17 August 2014
21:30 CEST
Valencia Spain 2–1 Italy Milan
Alcácer Goal 17'
Rodrigo Goal 37'
Report Honda Goal 27'
Mestalla, Valencia
Attendance: 45,000
Referee: Antonio Mateu Lahoz Spain

Performance by team[edit]

Team Winners
Spain Valencia 26
Italy Parma 2
Spain Real Madrid 2
Spain Atlético Madrid 1
Spain Barcelona 1
Germany Bayern Munich 1
Argentina Boca Juniors 1
Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach 1
Bulgaria CSKA Sofia 1
Russia Dynamo Moscow 1
Brazil Flamengo 1
Hungary Hungary 1
Germany Kaiserslautern 1
Brazil Palmeiras 1
Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1
Serbia Red Star Belgrade 1
Italy Udinese 1

References[edit]