Troféu Cinco Violinos

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Troféu Cinco Violinos
Jose-Alvalade-Stadion in Lissabon.jpg
Founded2012
Number of teams2
Current championsEmpoli

The Troféu Cinco Violinos is an annual football tournament held at the Estádio José Alvalade in Lisbon, Portugal. Sporting Clube de Portugal hosts the tournament in early-mid August, one or two weeks before the regular season kicks off. It is named after the "five violins" (cinco violinos): Jesus Correia, Manuel Vasques, Albano, Fernando Peyroteo and José Travassos.[1][2]

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

2014[edit]

Portugal Sporting CP2 - 2 (4-2)Società Sportiva Lazio Italy
André Martins Goal 5'
Adrien Goal 52'
Mauri Goal 45'
Tounkara Goal 92'

2015[edit]

Portugal Sporting CP2 - 0A.S. Roma Italy
Slimani Goal 63'
Mané Goal 69'

2016[edit]

Sporting CP Portugal2–1Germany VfL Wolfsburg
Report Donkor Goal 78'
Referee: Rui Rodrigues

2017[edit]

Sporting CP Portugal1–0Italy Fiorentina

2018[edit]

Portugal Sporting CP1 - 1 (4-5)Empoli Italy
Josip Mišić Goal 61' Antonino La Gumina Goal 68'

Performance by team[edit]

Team
Winner
Finalist
Portugal Sporting CP 6 1
Italy Empoli 1 0
Italy Fiorentina 0 2
Greece Olympiacos F.C. 0 1
Italy Lazio 0 1
Italy Roma 0 1
Germany Wolfsburg 0 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rui Mendes (12 July 2012). "Troféu Cinco Violinos: Sporting defronta Olympiacos" (in Portuguese). RTP.
  2. ^ Miguel Salema Garcao (11 July 2012). "Cinco Violinos" (in Portuguese). Record.
  3. ^ Manuel Mendès (12 August 2012). "Um grande golo de Elias dá vitória ao novo Sporting sobre o Olympiakos" (in Portuguese). Público..
  4. ^ João Cardoso (12 August 2012). "Sporting conquista Troféu Cinco Violinos" (in Portuguese). O Jogo.
  5. ^ Marco Vaza (11 August 2013). "Sporting está quase no ponto para o arranque do campeonato" (in Portuguese). Público.