Trofeo Ciudad de Murcia-Región de Murcia (Murcia-Spain) 1967-2017


Friendly tournament instituted by Real Murcia CF. The first edition is in 1967. In 1973 he played an international tournament, called the "Trophy of the Cities-Murcia," which was very successful but had no continuity. Trophy 7 Murcia is a friendly football tournament which takes place every year in Murcia since 2006, and to celebrate the centenary of the founding of the first football club in the city of Cartagena, ( Television Murcia Channel 7), took over the tournament christened with his name. That year it was agreed that this tournament is played annually. Real Murcia Club de Fútbol, S.A.D. is a Spanish football club based in Murcia, in the namesake region. Founded in 1908. The following year, the La Condomina stadium was inaugurated, with the club holding home games there for the next 82 years uninterrupted. Estadio Nueva Condomina is a multi-use stadium in Murcia, Spain. Completed in 2006.

Trofeo Ciudad de Murcia

 1 1967 Elche CF 1-0 CA Estudiantes
 2 1968 Real Murcia 1-0 Elche CF
 3 1969 Real Murcia               * Triangular Trophy
 4 1970 Vicenza Calcio            * Triangular Trophy
Torneo de las Ciudades
1 1973 Real Murcia 1-0 Manchester United
Torneo Región de Murcia
  1984 Real Murcia

  1993 Real Murcia           * Triangular Trophy
 
2000 Real Madrid CF 4-0 Real Murcia
Trofeo 7 TV Región de Murcia

 1 2006 FC Cartagena           * Triangular Trophy
 2 2007 FC Cartagena 0-0 Ciudad de Lorqui     [FC Cartagena on pen.]
 3 2008 FC Cartagena 1-1 Real Murcia          [FC Cartagena on pen.]
   2009-2010  Not held
 4 2011 Real Murcia   * Triangular Trophy
 5 2015 FC Cartagena 1-1 Real Murcia          [FC Cartagena on pen.]
Trofeo Ciudad de Murcia
 5 2017 Real Murcia 2-0 Hércules CF


Number of Wins:

 7 Real Murcia CF

 4 FC Cartagena
  
 1 Elche CF
   Vicenza Calcio (ITA)
   Real Madrid CF


1967

Participants:
Real Murcia (Spain)
Elche CF (Spain)
CA Estudiantes (Argentina)
Renaissance Sportive de Settat (Morocco)

Semifinals [Sep 2]
Elche CF        2-0 RS Settat
  [1-0 Goiwaerts 73´, 2-0 Vavá 81´]
Elche CF:  Pazos; Ballester (Ponce), Iborra, Canos; Lico, Llompart;
           Rosado, Goiwerts, Vavá, Asensio (Currro), Rodríguez.
S. Settat: Sabarit; Djidi, Matti, Doukali; Hilmi, Jabraucce; Monslin,
           Ghiadi, Alavi (Belfar, Sahraoui)), Brahim, Ahmed.
Real Murcia     2-2 CA Estudiantes   [Estudiantes 5-6 on pen.]
  [0-1 Flores 37´, 1-1 Maraver 38´, 2-1 Serafín (p) 51´,
   2-2 Ribaudi 60´]
Real Murcia: José Luis; Rebellón, Maraver, Estrela; Silvio, Erviti (Lax);
             Juan Antonio, Vidal, Colón (Castro), Lalo (Mendiola), Serafín.
Estudiantes: G. Flores; Spadero, Mateos, A. Suárez; Fuccneseco, Mateos;
             Medina (Malbernat); Ribaudo, Mercerat (Bilardo), Aguilar (Conigliano), Flores (Verón).

Third place match [Sep 3]
Real Murcia     2-1 RS Settat
  [1-0 Viribi 1´, 2-0 Luis 16´, 2-1 Ghiadi 18´]
Real Murcia: José Luis; Lax, Ruiz, Cano; Gerardo, Robles; Virivi,
             Pablo (Mendiola), Abenza (Colom), Luis (Castro), Tito.
RS Settat:   Sabarit;  J´Didi, Doukali, Hilmi; Maati, Brahim (Sahraoui);
             Ghiadi, Belfar, Alaoui, Mouslin (Driss), Ahmed.

Final [Sep 3]
Elche CF        1-0 CA Estudiantes
  [1-0 Lezcano 67´]
Elche CF:    Pazos; Ponce, Iborra, Canós; Lico, Llompart; Rosado (Villapum),
             Goywaerts; Vavá (Lezcano), Asensi (Curro), Poyoyo.
Estudiantes: Poletti; Spadero, Mateos, Madero; Fucceseneco, Medina; Aguilar (Ribaudo),
             Mercenat (Bilardo), Flores, Echecopar, Velón.


1968

Participants:
Real Murcia (Spain)
Elche CF (Spain)
AA Portuguesa (BRA)
Vitoria Setubal (POR)

Semifinals [Sep 2]
Elche CF        2-2 Vitoria Setubal       [Elche CF on pen.]
  [1-0 Casco 17´, 2-0 Casco 28´, 2-1 José María 78´, 2-2 José María 88´]
Elche CF:      Araquistáin (Pazos); Ballester, Iborra, Canos; Ciríaco, Llompart;
               Serena, Lezcano, Vavá, Asensi, Casco.
V. Setubal:    Vltal; Conceiçao, Cardoso, Carriço; Tomé, Heculano;
               Arcanio, José María, Figueredo, Víctor Batista, Joao.
Real Murcia     1-1 AA Portuguesa         [Real Murcia on pen.]
  [1-0 Mas 55´, 1-1 Mario 84´]
Real Murcia:   Gómez; Robles, Maraver, Rebellón; Silvio, Ramos; Juan Antonio,
               Iznata, Más, Ilundáin, Totó, Pose.
AA Portuguesa: Octavio; Bruno, Jerry, Zeca; Beto, Chiquinho; Mario, Antoninho,
               Walmir, Lazinho, Ze Carlos.


Third place match [Sep 3]
Vitoria Setubal 3-1 AA Portuguesa
  [0-1 Jerry 32´, 1-1 Arcanjo 46´, 2-1 Petita 72´, 3-1 José María (p) 89´]
V. Setubal:    Vital; Tomé, Cardoso, Oarriço; Wagner, Herculano; Armando,
               José María, Figuereido (Arcanjo), Petita (Alfredo), Joao.
AA Portuguesa: Octavio; Bruno, Jerry, Beto; Zéca, Chiquinho; Walmir, Lazinho (Bocacha),
               Mario, Anitoninho, Ze Carlos.


Final [Sep 3]
Real Murcia     1-0 Elche CF
  [1-0 Ilundáin 38´]
Real Murcia: Gómez; Robles, Maraver, Rebelión; Silvio, Erviti;
             Juan Antonio, Más, Ilundain, Totó, Pose. (+ more changes).
Elche CF:    Araquistáin; Iborra, Ciriaco, Llompart; Ballester, Canos;
             Serena, Lezcano, Vaya, Emilio, Casco. (+ more changes).


1969

Participants:
Real Murcia (Spain)
Valencia CF (Spain)
Coritiba FC (BRA)

 [Sep 1]
Real Murcia     2-1 Coritiba FC
 [1-0 Noverges 47´, 2-0 Valenzuela 69´, 2-1 Kosilech 80´]
Real Murcia:  José Luis; Erviti, Ramos, Cano; Valenzuelá, González;
              Noverges, Terol (Abenza), Ilundáin, Totó, Pose (Murciano).
Coritiba FC:  Jóel; Marinlo, Nicó, Nilo; Paulo Vecchio, Modesto; Pasarinhó (Roche),
              Rinaldo, Krugger, Kosilech, Edson.


 [Sep 2]
Valencia CF     2-5 Coritiba FC
  [0-1 Edson 10´, 0-2 Kosiler 19´, 0-3 Passarinho 52´,
   1-3 Ansola 54´, 2-3 Collar 55´, 2-4 Kosiler 65´,
   2-5 Passarinho 83´]
Valencia CF:  Illumbe; Tatono, Sol, Barrachina; Videgany, Antón; Fuertes,
              Claramunt, Ansosola, Paquito, Collar (Poli)
Coritiba:     Joél; Nico, Modesto, Nilo; Marinho, Vecchio;
              Passarinho, Rinaldon, Kruger, Kosiler, Edson.

 [Sep 3]
Real Murcia     1-1 Valencia CF
  [0-1 Ansola 49´, 1-1 Ilundáin 83´]
Real Murcia:  José Luis: Erviti, Ramos, Cano; Murciano, González; Terol,
              Valenzuela, Ilundain, Totó, Norverges. (+ Abenza, Pose).
Valencia CF:  Pesudo; Tatono, Barrachina, Videgany; Sol, Antón;
              Fuertes, Claramunt, Ansola, Paquito, Poli. (+ Nebot, Vidal).


1970

Participants:
Real Murcia (Spain)
Academica Coimbra (Portugal)
Vicenza Calcio (Italy)


 [Sep 1]
Real Murcia    3-2 Academica Coimbra
  [1-0 Sergio 5´, 2-0 Pablo 39´, 2-1 Ramos (og) 41´, 2-2 Serafín 55´,
   3-2 Rosado 81´]
Real Murcia: Zaragoza; Robles (Cano), Villacampa, Rebellón, Valenzuela (Murciano),
             Ramos (Fuentes), Rosado, Pablo, Jerónimo, Sergio, Noverges.
Ac. Coimbra: Melo; Arturo, Alhinho, Ruiz Rodríguez, Araujo, Gervasio,
             M. Campos, Manuel Antonio, José Manuel, V. Campos (Simoes), Serafín.

 [Sep 2]
Real Murcia    1-2 Vicenza Calcio
  [1-0 Sergio 7´, 1-1 Lillolo 43´, 1-2 Marachi 73´]
Real Murcia: Zaragoza;, Cano, Villacampa, Rebellón; Murciano, Fuentes;
             Rosado (Emilio, Ramos)), Pose, Jerónimo, Sergio, Pablo.
Vicenza:     Pianton; Cisco, Carantini, Volpáto; Santín, Calosi; Fachin,
             Cina (Meroni 60´), Marachi, Faloppa (Tiberi 85´), Lollolo.

 [Sep 3]
Vicenza Calcio 0-0 Académica Coimbra
  [-]
Vicenza:     Pianton; Rosetti (Cisco 46´), Carantini, Volpato; Santin, Calosi;
             Ciccolo, Tiberi (Faloppa 46´), Marachi; Cina, Fachin.
A. Coimbra:  Melo; Artur, Alhinho, Rui Rodríguez; Araujo, Gervasio (Félix 35´); Antonio Jorge,
            Manuel Antonio, José Manuel; Víctor Campos, Serafín.


1973

Participants:  
Real Murcia (Spain)
Manchester United (England)
CA Peñarol Montevideo (Uruguay)
Cartagena CF (Spain)


Semifinals [Aug 16,17]
Real Murcia	3-0 Cartagena CF
  [1-0 Vera Palmes 49´, 2-0 Casco (p) 61´, 3-0 Casco 79´]
Real Murcia: Oregui; Ponce, José, Abel Pérez; Canito, Murciano; Ruiz Abellán,
             García Soriano (Casco), Vera Pálmez (Pazos), Juárez, Cristo (Taberna).
Cartagena:   Ramírez; Navarro, Colina, Guillén; García Temprano, Fiol; Segura,
             Babi (Egea), Selma (Martínez), Ginesín, Ciudad (Unzueta).    
CA Peñarol	1-1 Manchester United    [Manchester on pen.]
  [1-0 González (p) 16´, 1-1 Morgan 49´]
CA Peñarol:  W. Corbo; Sandoval, Olivera, Gcnzález; Lamas, Caetano (Fernández);
             Virgili (Quevedo), Unanue (Acosta), Morena, Siva, Holton.
Manchester:  Stepney; Young, James, Daly (McIlroy); Holtan, Buchan; Morgan
             (Forsyth), Andersson, Macri, Graham, Martins.

Third place match [Aug 18]
Cartagena CF	1-2 CA Peñarol
  [0-1 Quevedo 68´, 1-1 Guillén (p), 1-2 Morena 89´]
Cartagena:   Rosas; Navarro, Guillén, García Temprano; Colina, Fiol (Segura);
             Ciudad, Esteban, Quetglas, Selma , Unzueta (Martínez).
CA Peñarol:  Phuyu; Sandoval, Olivera, Rivera; Acosta, Fernández;
             Virgili (Morena), Unánue, Quevedo, Silva (Lama), Corbo.
     
Final [Aug 18]
Real Murcia	1-0 Manchester United 
  [1-0 Casco 6´]
Real Murcia: Oregui; Néstor, José, Lorenzo; Pazos, Abel Pérez; Casco
             (García Soriano), Murciano, Vera Palmer, Taberna (Suárez), Cristo.
Man. United: Stepney; Forsyth (Grennheff), James, Daly (Ilrey); Hoolton,
             Buchan; Morgan (Fletcher), Anderson, Macari, Graham, Martín. 

1984

Participants:  
Real Murcia (Spain)
CA River Plate (Murcia)
CA Peñarol Montevideo (Uruguay)

[Aug 21]
Real Murcia	1-0 CA Peñarol
  [1-0 Ramírez]
Real Murcia:  Cervantes; Núñez II, Santi, Vidaña, Sebas; López, Guina, Del Barrio; Moya,
              Husillos, Moyano. (+ Figueroa, Ramírez, Sánchez).
CA Peñarol:   ?

[Aug 22]
CA River Plate	0-0 CA Peñarol
  [-]
River Plate:  Gay; Boreli, Gordillo, Merlo; Olarti, Cochea; Nicossia,
              Gorosito, Alonso (Tapia), Enrique (Villalba), Teglia.
CA Peñarol:   Fernández; Enríquez, Montelongo, Batista (Rodríguez), Gutiérrez;
              Saralegui, Perdomo, Zalazar; Castillo, Rubao, Silva (Caraballo).

[Aug 23]
Real Murcia	2-2 CA River Plate
  [0-1 Francescoli 18´, 1-1 Figueroa 37´, 2-1 Vidaña 45´, 2-2 Francescoli (p) 61´]
Real Murcia:  Cervantes; Núñez II, Santi, Vidaña: Sebas, López (Tarrés 72´); Sánchez,
              Del Barrio (Higinio 60´); Ramírez, Figueroa, Moyano (Husillos 72´).
River Plate:  Gay, Gordillo, Borelli, Nicosia, Olarticoechea; Enrique, Gallego,
              Alonso, Alfaro; Enzo Francescoli, Tapia.

1993

Participants:  
Real Murcia (Spain)
Botafogo FR (Brazil)
Albania XI

Triangular (45´time):

[Aug 25]
Botafogo FR	0-0 Albania XI
  [-]
Botafogo:  Marquito; Ronaldo, Waldemar, Toni, Taevaldo; Alex,
           Jorginho, Guina, Edmilson; Tornado, Álvaro.
Albania:   Nika; Vita, Nareu, Pogace, Dema; Taho,
           Dallipi, Xheka, Hxhiaj; Stroni, Zahidi.

Real Murcia	2-0 Botagofo FR
  [1-0 Crespi 36´, 2-0 Luengo 45´]
R. Murcia: Abellán; Camacho, Óscar, David, Julio; Balaguer,
           Luengo, Juanito, Cantero; Crespi, Rodolfo.
Botafogo:  Marquito; Ronaldo, Waldemar, Jairson, Taevaldo; Alex,
           Araujo, Guina, Edmilson; Tornado, Álvaro.

Real Murcia	3-2 Albania XI
  [1-0 Julián 1´, 2-0 Julián 7´, 2-1 Stroni 31´,
   2-2 Vita (p) 37´, 3-2 Julián 45´]
R. Murcia: Abellán; Camacho, Eugenio, David, Julio; Balaguer,
           Julián, Jero, Corbalán; Crespi, Rodolfo.
Albania:   Nika; Vita, Nareu, Gace, Dema; Taho,
           Dallipi, Xheka, Hxhiaj; Stroni, Zahidi.

2000

Participants:  
Real Murcia (Spain)
Real Madrid CF (Spain)

Final [Aug 19]
Real Murcia	0-4 Real Madrid CF
  [0-1 Savio 18´, 0-2 Figo 39´, 0-3 Tote 58´, 0-4 Morientes 70´]
Real Murcia: Diezma (Viñas 46´); Matito (Meloño 72´), Carrero, Vaqueriza (Juanma 58´),
             Aguilar (Méndez 80´), Quique Torres, Monteagudo, Ciani, (Loreto, 87'),
             Godino (Alfaro 58´), Kortina (Tonelotto 46´), Luis Gil (Figueroa 72´).
Real Madrid: Casillas; Míchel Salgado (Geremi 68´), Iván Helguera, Iván Campo (Karanka´68´),
             Roberto Carlos (Solari 58´), Makelele, Celades (Morientes 68´), Figo (Flavio Conceição 58´),
             Raúl (Guti 68´), Savio (Munitis 58´), Tote.

2006 Played as cartagena (Murcia)

Participants:  
Real Murcia (Spain)
Lorca Deportiva (Spain)
Ciudad de Murcia CF (Spain)

[Aug 17]
FC Cartagena	2-0 Lorca Deportiva

[Aug 18]
FC Cartagena	0-0 Ciudad de Murcia CF

[Aug 19]
Lorca Deportiva	0-1 Ciudad de Murcia CF

[winner: FC Cartagena]

2007  Played as Mazarrón and Cartagena (Murcia)

Participants:  
Ciudad Lorquí(Spain)
Mazarrón CF (Spain)
FC Cartagena (Spain)
Lorca Deportiva (Spain)

Semifinlas [Aug 8,9]
Mazarrón CF	0-0 FC Cartagena   [FC Cartagena on pen.]
Ciudad Lorquí	2-1 Lorca Deportiva

Third place match [Aug 12]
Lorca Deportiva	6-0 Mazarrón CF

Final [Aug 12]
FC Cartagena	0-0 Ciudad Lorquí   [FC Cartagen aon pen.]

2008  Played as Cartagena (Murcia)

Participants:  
Real Murcia (Spain)
FC Cartagena (Spain)

Final [Aug 10]
FC Cartagena	1-1 Real Murcia      [FC Cartagena 4-3 on pen.]

2011  Played as Lorca (Murcia)

Participants:  
Real Murcia (Spain)
FC Cartagena (Spain)
Lorca Atlético CF (Spain)

 [Aug 9] Triangular played x 45´

Lorca At.	0-1 Real Murcia
  [0-1 Pedro]

Real Murcia	1-0 FC Cartagena
  1-0 Chando 31´]

Lorca At.	0-0 FC Cartagena    [Fc Cartagena on pen.]

2015  Played as san Pedro del Pinatar (Murcia)

Participants:  
Real Murcia (Spain)
FC Cartagena (Spain)
Final [Aug 8]
Real Murcia	1-1 FC Cartagena    [FC Cartagena on pen.]
  [1-0 Javi López, 1-1 Menudo]
Real Murcia: Fernando; Jose Ruiz, Pumar, Jaume, Satrustegui; Armando, Chavero, Fran Moreno, Javi López; Sergi García, Carlos Álvarez. 
             (+ Simón, Álvaro Marín, Parra, Ruso, Espinosa, Guilló, Isi, Germán, Rayón, Arturo, Roberto).
FC Cartagena: Limones; Ceballos, Jesús Álvaro, Gonzalo Verdú, Moises; Sergio, Luque, Jonxa, Sergio García; Menudo, Montero. 
             (+ Ayoze, Candelas, Mario, Titi, Alex, Adama, Rivero, Txiki, Falkenstein).

2017

Participants:  
Real Murcia (Spain)
Hércules CF (Spain)
Final [Aug 9]
Real Murcia	2-0 Hércules CF
  [1-0 Chamorro 8´, 2-0 Curto 89´]
Real Murcia:  Biel Ribas; Fede Vega, Orfila, Ortiz, Forniés; Carnicer, Armando, Llorente, Jara; Chamorro, Abel Molinero.
Hércules CF:  Falcón; Juanjo, Santamaría, Llorca, Checa, Chechu Flores, Gaspar, Juli, Connor; Pedraj, Miñano.

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Thanks to Andrea Veronese and Javier García for 1973 data

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Author: Raúl Torre
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