Trofeo Bahía de Cartagena (Cartagena-Spain) 1994-2002


Friendly tournament played in Cartagena (Murcia).


Finals
 1 1994  Real Madrid  CF	6-2 Feyenoord Rotterdam 
 2 1995  SC Freiburg		3-1 Real Madrid CF
 3 1996  SK Slovan		2-1 FC Barcelona
   1997    not held
 4 1998  Real Madrid CF		3-1 Borussia Mönchengladbach 
 5 1999  Real Madrid CF		3-1 Perugia calcio 	
   2000    annulled
 6 2001  Real Madrid Cf		5-1 FC Cartagonova
 7 2002  Real Betis		2-0 Real Madrid CF

Number of Wins:

 4 Real Madrid CF

 1 Sc Freibug (GER)
   SK Slovan Bratislava (SLO)
   Real Betis Balompié


1994

Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
SC Feyenoord (Netherlands)

Final [Aug 7]
Real Madrid CF	6-2 SC Feyenoord Rotterdam
 [1-0 Laudrup 6´, 2-0 Michel 10´, 3-0 Zamorano 23´, 
  4-0 Zamorano 24´, 4-1 Gorre 28´, 5-1 Zamorano 52´, 
  6-1 Dani 54´, 6-2 Trurfull 90´].
Real Madrid: Buyo (Contreras 45´); Nando, Lasa, Chendo, Sanchis; Milla (Redondo 45´), Míchel 
            (Sandro 45´), Laudrup, Amavisca (Martín Vázquez 45´); Zamorano, Butragueño (Dani) 45´). 
Feyenoord:   De Goey; Van Gobbel (Larsson 45´), De Wolf, Scholten, Hens, Bosz, 
             Gorre (Trurfull 45´), Taument, Van Loen (Maas 45´), Witschge, Blinker.

1995

Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
SC Freiburg (Germany)

Final [Aug 7]
Real Madrid CF	1-3 SC Freiburg    (im Breisgau)
 [0-1 Spanning 33´, 1-1 Esnaider 40´, 1-2 Raklli 51´, 
  1-3 Nertel 82´].
Real Madrid: Cañizares; Chendo (Fernando Sanz 35´), Lasa, F. Hierro, Nando; Milla, Laudrup, 
            Míchel, Álvaro (Sandro 72´); Esnaider, Víctor (Rivera 45´). 
Freiburg:   Schmalle; Spanning, Voguel, Schunderman (Muller 86´), Korell; Zeyer (Wassn 84´), 
            Heindenreich (Buric 74´), Todt, Heinrich; Spies (Nertel 77´), Raklli (Rath 65´).


1996

Participants:
FC Barcelona (Spain)
ŠK Slovan Bratislava (Slovakia)
Final [Aug 23] 
FC Barcelona	1-2 ŠK Slovan Bratislava  
 [0-1 Rusnak 38´, 0-2 Demo 64´, 1-2 Celades (p) 82´].
FC Barcelona:  Busquets (Lopetegi), Ferrer, Roca, De la Peña (Molist), Blanc, Bakero (Marcelus), 
               Prosinecki (Gerard), Celades, Jordi Martinez (Juanjo), Roger, Moro.
SK Solvan:     Konig (Molnar), Rusnak (Karasy), Sobona, Juriga, Kinder, Tittel, Slovak, 
               Tomaschek, Gomes (Faktor Nemeth), Demos, Maixner (Vnuk).

1998

Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Borussia Mönchengladbach (Germany)

Final [Aug 23]
Real Madrid CF	3-1 Borussia Mönchengladbach
  [1-0 Panucci 7´, 1-1 Polster 35´, 2-1 Hierro (p) 37´, 
   3-1 Seedorf 54´].
Real Madrid: Contreras; Panucci (Jaime 67´), Hierro (Ivan Campo 46´), Sanchís (Fernando Sanz 75´), 
             Roberto Carlos (Guti 67´); Seedorf (Rojas 85´), Karembeu, Raúl, Savio; 
             Mijatovic (Etoo 76´), Edgar (Jarni 56´). 
Borussia M:  Enke; Klinkert, Hagner, Pflipsen, Wynhoff (Asanin 46´); Feldhoff (Anderson 80´), Reiter, 
             Sopic (Peterson 46´), Hausweiler,; Polster (Ivanov 46´), Ketelaer (Schneider 46´).

1999

Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Perugia Calcio (Italy)

Final [Aug 13]
Real Madrid CF	1-1 Perugia Calcio		[3-1 pen]
  [0-1 Materazzi 15´, 1-1 Morientes 68´].
Real Madrid: Casillas; Karembeu, Dorado, Karanka, Iván Campo, Sanchis (Raúl 68´), 
             McManaman (Etoo 52´), Guti, Seedorf (Iván Helguera 45´); Anelka (Morientes 60´), Savio. 
Peruggia:    Mazzantini; Daino, Calori, Materazzi, Sussi; Espósito (Hilario 77´), Tedesco (Campolo 62´), 
             Bisoli (Melli 80´), Milanese; Nakata, Guidoni (Rivalta 80´).
 

2000

Participants:
Fc Barcelona (Spain)
AC Fiorentina (Italy)

[Aug 18]
FC Barcelona	x-x AC Fiorentina		[annulled]

2001

Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
FC Cartagonova (Spain)

Final [Aug 30]
Cartagonova	1-5 Real Madrid CF
 [0-1 Munitis 11´, 0-2 Geremi 19´, 0-3 Munitis 44´, 
  1-3 Artigas 66´, 1-4 Congo 74´, 1-5 Geremi 85´].
FC Cartagonova: Trujillo (Ancos) (Del Alamo); Vacas, Dani, Albelda, Cordero, Imanol, Brau, 
                Sanromán, Cordón, Alberto García y Marcos. (Héctor, Javi Manzano, David Franch, 
                Joseba Kortina, Artigas, Diego, Rubén Blaya) 
Real Madrid:    Carlos Sánchez; Miñambres (Míchel Salgado), Geremi, Iván Campo, Dorado (Karanka), 
                Rivera (Valdo), Celades, Solari, Savio (Álvaro), Guti (Congo), Munitis (Aranda). 


2002

Participants:
Real Madrid CF (Spain)
Real Betis Balompié (Spain)

Final [Aug 15]
Real Betis	2-0 Real Madrid CF
  [1-0 Assuncao 19´, 2-0 Alfonso (p) 50´].
Real Betis:    Prats; Varela, Juanito (Belenguer 76´), Rivas, Luis Fernández; Joaquín (Mingo76´), 
               Denilson (Arzu 63´); Capi (Gastón Casas 87´), Alfonso (Joao Tomás 76´). 
Real Madrid:   César (Casillas 46´); Salgado, Hierro (Helguera 46´), Pavón, Roberto Carlos; Figo 
               (McManaman 59´), Flavio, Celades, Zidane (Solari 46´); Raúl (Guti 59´), Morientes (Portillo 46´).


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