Trofeo de la Cerámica - Ciudad de Villarreal (Villarreal, Castellón - Spain) 1995-2016


Winter editions played at El Madrigal in Villarreal; summer editions triangular tournaments in Villarreal (Estadio El Madrigal) and Castellón (Estadio Nuevo Castalia).
Villarreal Club de Fútbol, S.A.D., usually abbreviated to Villarreal, is a Spanish  football club based in Villarreal (Castellón). The team plays at the 25,000-seat Madrigal stadium

Finals

Trofeo Ciudad de Villarreal

 1 1995 Villarreal CF            1-1 Real Sociedad        [Villarreal CF on pen.]
 2 1996 Ath. Bilbao           2-1 Villarreal CF

Trofeo de la Cerámica de Villarreal

 1  2000 Paris Saint Germain	2-1 Villarreal CF
 2  2001 Valencia CF		  * Triangular Trophy
 3  2002 Villarreal CF		1-1 PSV Eindhoven       [Villarreal on pen.]
 4  2003 Villarreal CF		  * Triangular Trophy
 5  2004 UD Levante		3-3 Villarreal CF
 6  2005 CA Peñarol 		2-2 Villarreal CF       [CA Peñarol on pen.]
 7  2006 AS Mónaco		2-1 Villarreal CF
 8  2007 Villarreal CF		2-2 Livorno             [Villarreal on pen.]
 9  2008 Udinese Calcio		1-0 Villarreal CF
10  2009 Genoa FC		2-1 Villarreal CF
11  2010 Villarreal CF		2-2 Besiktas BK         [Villarreal CF 6-5 on pen.]
12  2011 Villarreal CF		3-1 SS Lazio 
13  2012 Villarreal CF		2-1 Levante UD
14  2013 Villarreal CF		2-0 AC Fiorentina
15  2014 Villarreal CF		4-2 US Sassuolo
16  2015 Villarreal CF		2-0 Levante UD
    2016  * Suspended


Number of wins

9 Villarreal CF
  
1 Athletic club de Bilbao
  Paris Saint-Germain (FRA)
  UD Levante
  CA Peñarol (URU)
  AS Monaco (FRA)
  Valencia CF
  Udinese Calcio (ITA)
  Genoa FC (ITA)
  

1995

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
Real Sociedad (Spain)

Final [Aug 7]
Villarreal CF	1-1 Real Sociedad
  [1-0 Vinyals 58´, 1-1 Idiakez 66´]
Villarreal CF: Luis Pascual; Pascual, Mestre, Javi, Juan carlos; Claut, Alexandre,
               Vinyals, Iván Parra; Dos Santos, García Pitarch. (+ Alberto, Chumillas, Cornago):
R. Sociedad:   Olabe; Imanol, Loren, Albistegui, Uría; Karpin, Imaz, De Paula,
               Idiakez; Pürk, Craioveanu. (+ De Pedro, Yaww).  

1996

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
Ath. Bilbao (Spain)

Final [Aug 3]
Villarreal CF	1-2 Ath. Bilbao
  [0-1 Larrazabal 33´, 0-2 Urzáiz 34´, 1-2 Salinas 57´]
Villarreal CF: Sánchez Broto; Pascual, Robert, F. Cuesta, Valle (Quique Medina 46´); J. Sanchís,
               (Alexandre , Soto, Simeón (Isach), J. Prats (Oliete); Arroyo (Serer), Salillas.
Ath. Bilbao:   Valencia; Estíbariz (Andrinúa), Carlos garcía (Vales), Larrazábal; Tabuenka, Urrutia, 
               Alkiza (Felipe), Lizarazu (Tuxutxi); Guerrero (Garitano); J. Etxeberría, Urzáiz (Bidaurrázaga).

2000

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
Paris Saint-Germain (France)

Final [Feb 27]
Villarreal CF	1-2 Paris Saint-Germain
  [0-1 De Lucas 29´, 0-2 De Lucas 59´, 1-2 Craioveanu 81´]
Villarreal:  Unanua (Morán 45), Galván (Roca 46´), Berruet, Medina, Arruabarrena (Tasevski 46), 
             Escoda (Copito 73), Moisés (Calle 73), Cagna (Gracia 46), Jaime (Caballero 60), 
             Barros Schelotto (Galindo 60´), Palermo (Craioveanu 46´). 
Paris SG:    Casagrande, Rabesandratana, Dehu, Tistin (Arteta 73´), Ducrocq (Okpara 70), 
             Vampeta (Yanovski 60), Okocha (Cisse 81), Algerino, Mendy, (Domi 73), 
             De Lucas (Benachour 87´), Christian (Madar 46´). 

2001

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
CD Castellón (Spain)
Valencia CF (Spain)

[Aug 10]
Villarreal CF	2-1 CD Castellón
 [0-1 Debón 2´, 1-1 Palermo 15', 2-1 Fernandez 60´].


[Aug 11]
CD Castellón	0-2 Valencia CF
  [0-1 salva 9´, 0-2 Angulo 38´].
CD Castellón: Sidro; Mije, Palacios, Miguel, Elías; Joseba (David Ruiz), Roberto 
             (Cuevas), Navarro (Asiain), Martínez; Dani Bouzas (Mohedo), Clito (D´Albert).
Valencia CF:  Cañizares; Pellegrino (Navarro), Marchena (Albiol), Albelda, Castro (Enguix); Curro Torres 
              (Garrido), Fabio Aurelio, Angulo (Mista), Vicente; Salva, Ilie.

[Aug 12]
Villarreal CF	0-1 Valencia CF
  [0-1 Karmaloff 90´].
Villarreal:  López Vallejo; Galván, Berruet, Oriol (Cagna 52´), Arruabarrena; Escoda (Javi García 59´), 
             Galca, Amor (Jorge López 59´), Calleja (Unánua 61´); Víctor, Palermo (Guayre 46´).
Valencia CF: Palop; Marchena, Navarro, Albelda (Karmaloff 72´), Enguix; Garrido, Fabio Aurelio 
             (Curro Torres 65´), Rufete, Vicente (Angulo 45´); Juan Sánchez, Mista (raúl Albiol 79´).


2002

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands)

Final [March 26 2003]
Villarreal CF 	1-1 PSV Eindhoven	[Villarreal Cf 5-4 pen.]
  [0-1 Venmegdor 36´, 1-0 Víctor 44´]
Villarreal: Lopez Vallejo, Galván, Unai Bergara, Ballesteros, Arruabarrena, Medina, 
            Jorge LÓpez, Calleja, Victor, De Nigris, Palermo. (+ Xisco Nadal, 
            Héctor Font, Cases, Javi Venta, César Arzo, Jesús Unanua, Quique Alvarez). 
PSV:        Kooiman; Takak, Van Boxel, Van der Schaaf, Lucius, Leandro, Dirkx, Gakhokidze, 
            Bruggink, Venmegdor, Kezman. (+ Faber, Wilson, Lemaerts, Stojanovic). 


2003

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
CA Castellón (Spain)
CA Peñarol (Uruguay)

[Aug 18] 
Villarreal CF	1-1 CD Castellón		[CD Castellón 4-5 on pen.]
 [0-1 Eloy (p) 56´, 1-1 Calleja 60´].
Villarreal: Reina; Javi Venta, Quique Álvarez, Coloccini, Cleber, Roger, Marcos Senna, 
            Belleti, Guayre; Anderson, José Mari. (+ Pedro Martí, Calleja, Berza).
Castellón:  Oliva; Espeleta, Miguel, De Albert, Palacios; Rudi, Besalduch, Castell, Eloy, 
            Juanjo, Ollés. (+ Ernesto, Serrano, Zamora, Ortega, Óscar Forner).

[Aug 19]
CD Castellón	1-2 CA Peñarol
 [0-1 Estoyanoff 21´, 1-1 Pilipauskas 60´, 1-2 Bogliacino 69´].
Castellón:  Raúl; Verdú, Mora, Ernesto, Palacios; Besalduch, Dealbert, Luis Vázquez, 
            Juanjo; Fabregat, Serrano.(+ Gabarri, Ortega, Oscar, Zamora, Eloy, Olles).
CA Peñarol: Chilavert; L. Pilipauskas, Guillermo Díaz, Luiz Nunes, F. Fajardo, P. Bengoechea, 
            Césaro, Estoyanoff, Leguizamon, Emanuele, Daniel Jiménez. (+ Edgar Alvarez, 
            C. Rodríguez, Bogliacino, Rotundo, Elduayen, Martín García).

[Aug 20]
Villarreal CF	2-1  CA Peñarol
 [1-0 Belletti 14´, 2-0 Roger 27´, 1-2 Bengoechea 75´].
Villarreal: López Vallejo; Javi Venta, Coloccini, Quique Álvarez, Arruabarrena; Pedro Martí, 
            Roger; Belletti, Calleja; José Mari, Cleber. (+ Berza, Víctor, Guayre, Galindo, Edu).
CA Peñarol: Berbia; Edgar Álvarez, Luiz Nuhes, Guillermo Díaz, De Souza; Fajardo; Estoyanoff, Rotundo, Boglisaciho, 
            Martín garcía; Gabriel Cedrés. (+ Bengoechea, Christian Rodríguez, Jiménez, Pesaro, Leguizamón)

Winner : Villarreal


2004

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
UD Levante (Spain)

Final [Aug 19]
Villarreal CF	3-3 UD Levante			[UD Levante 5-6 pen]
 [0-1 Cuéllar 14´, 1-1 Josico 26´, 2-1 José Mari 35´, 2-2 Reggi 40´, 
  3-2 Cazorla 60´, 3-3 Congo 66´]
Villarreal: Reina, Venta, Alvarez, Ballesteros, Arruabarrena, Josico,
            Marcos Senna, Héctor Font, Santi Cazorla, Guayre, José Mari;
            + Vallejo, Battaglia, Víctor, Arzo, Xisco.
UD Levante: Mora, Pinillos, Mjallby, Culebras, Harte, Camacho, Sandro, Ettien, Jofre; Cuéllar, 
            Reggi; (+ Congo, Rivera, Sergio García, Sérvulo, Cristian, Rubiales.


2005

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
CA Peñarol (Uruguay)

Final [Aug 18]
Villarreal CF	2-2 CA Peñarol Montevideo		[Peñarol 5-6 pen]
 [0-1 Tejera (p) 5´, 1-1 Guayre 28´, 2-1 Figueroa 32´, 2-2 Cebrez 72´]
Villarreal: Barbosa; Kromkanp, Álvarez, Peña, Arrubarrena; Sena, Tachinardi, Valencia, Font (López Vallejo); 
            Figueroa, Guayre. (+ Arco, Javier Calleja, Roger, Cazorla, José Mari, Xisco).
CA Peñarol: Claudio Flores; Ramirez, Jean Pierre, Moller, Alonso, Gaglianone, Cessaro, Fadeguille, Tejera, 
            Apellaniz, Walter Gugmelmone. (+ Rotundo, Cebrez, Correa, A. Acosta, D. Rodríguez, Brown).

2006

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
AS Monaco (France)

Final [Oct 5]
Villarreal CF	1-2 AS Monaco
  [0-1 Menez, 1-1 Marcos, 1-2 Di Vaio 85´].
Villarreal: Barbosa; Josemi, Fuentes, Peña, José Enrique; Cani, Somoza, 
            Bruno, Marcos; José Mari, Forlán. (+ Fuster, Óscar, Ordóñez).
As Monaco:  Ruffier; Modesto, Sambou, Bolivar, Dos Santos; Pérez, Menez, Mollo, Gakpé, Meriem; 
             Vargas. (+ Gerard López, Licata, Martin, Di Vaio, Mangani, Pinau, Mogongu).

2007

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
AS Livorno (Italy)

Final [Aug 19]
Villarreal CF	2-2 AS Livorno    [Villarreal on pen.]
  [1-0 Marcos Senna 28´, 1-1 Pulzetti 59´, 1-2 Diamanti 90´, 2-2 Guille Franco 92´]
Villarreal: Viera; Javi Venta (Bruno), Fuentes (Diego Godín), Cygan, Capdevila (Josemi), 
            Cazorla (Fuentes), Pires (Cani), Josico (Mavuba), Senna, Rossi (Nihat), 
            Tomasson (Guille Franco).
AS Livorno: De Lucia; Grandoni (Balleri), Galante (Vergbold), Knezevic (Pavan), Pasquale, 
            Pulzetti (Rezai), Loviso, Antonio Filippini, Emanuelle Filippini (Volpe), 
            Diego Tristán (Rossini), Tavano (Diamanti).

2008

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
Udinese Calcio (Italy)

Final [Aug 22]
Villarreal CF	0-1 Udinese Calcio
  [0-1 Quagliarella 73´].
Villarreal:  Diego López; Javi Venta, G. Rodríguez, Diego Godín, Ángel; Cazorla, Edmilson, Josico, 
             Mati Fernández; Joseba Llorente, Rossi. (+ Cani, Altidore, Cygan, Cristóbal, Joan Tomas. 
Udinese:     Belardi; Ferronetti, Coda, Lukovic, Pasquale; D´Agostino, Pepe, Isla, Tissone; 
             Quagliarella, Floro Flores. (+ Inler, Motta, Obodo, Nef, Di Natale, Sánchez, Morera).

2009

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)


Final [Aug 13]
Villarreal CF	1-2 Genoa FC
 [0-1 Sculli 22´, 0-2 Hernán Crespo 46´, 1-2 Pires 60´]
Villarreal CF: Xavi Oliva; Ángel, Gonzalo, Iván Marcano, Javi Venta; Bruno, Cani, David Fuster, Ibagaza; 
               Pires,  J. Pereira. (+ Joan Oriol, Marcos Senna, Marcos Gullon, Marcos Ruben, Cristobal).
Genoa FC:      Marco Amelia; Rossi, Biava, Bochetti, Moretti; Zapater, Mesto, Milanetto, Modesto; 
               Sculli, Hernán Crespo. (+ R. Palacio, Lucho Figueroa, Fatic, Esposito, El Sharaarawy, Louis Parfait).

2010

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
Besiktas BK (Turkey)


Final [Aug 8]
Villarreal CF	2-2 Besiktas BK     [Villarreal 6-5 on pen.]
  [0-1 Bobo 32´, 0-2 Cuaresma 39´, 1-2 Cani 75´, 2-2 Altidore 79´]
Villarreal CF: Diego López; Ángel, Kiko (Catalá 45´), Marchena (Musacchio 45´); Joan Oriol (Capdevila 45´), 
               Bruno, Senna, Borja Valero (Montero 68´), Cazorla (Cani 45´); Fuster (Altidore 55´), Marcos Ruben (Nilmar 45´).
Besiktas BK:   Cenk Gönen; Ekrem Dag, Tomas Zapotocny (Ersan Gülum 45´), Matteo Ferrari, Ismail Köybasi; Fink (Bayramoglu 89´), 
               Hilbert (Necip Uysal 77´), Nihat (Rodrigo Tabata 71´); Guti (Ugur Inceman 70´), Quaresma (Holosko 45´), Bobo (Mert Nobre 45´).

2011

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
SS Lazio (Italy)

Final [Jul 31]
Villarreal CF	3-1 SS Lazio
  [1-0 Rossi 13´, 2-0 Cani 19´, 2-1 Cisse 45´, 3-1 Wakasso 74´]
Villarreal CF: Diego López (César 46´); Mario, Musacchio, Zapata (Gonzalo 7´4), Joan Oriol; Marcos Senna (Camuñas 46´), 
               Bruno Soriano, Cani (Wakasso 61´), Borja Valero (Marchena 61´); Rossi (Bordas 78´), Marco Rubén (Nilmar 46´). 
SS Lazio:      Marchetti; Biava, Dias, Radu, Mauri (Cavanda 68´); Hernanes, Matuzalem, Ledesma, 
               Rado; Klose, Cisse.

2012

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
Levante UD (Spain)
 
Final [Aug 11]
Villarreal CF	2-1 Levante UD 
  [0-1 Ángel 13´, 1-1 Karampelas (og) 41´, 2-1 Trigueros 64´]
Villarreal CF: Juan Carlos; Javi Venta, Musacchio, Truyols, Joan Oriol; Senna, Toribio, Cani, Trigueros; 
               Uche, Gerard Moreno. (+ Diego Mariño, Cavenaghi, Mario, Jaume Costa, Iñiguez, Leujene
Levante UD:    Munúa; Pedro López, Navarro, Ballesteros, Nikos; Pallardó, Iborra, Pedro Ríos, Barkero, 
               Juanlu, Ángel. (+ El Zhar,Diop, Óscar Serrano, Keilor Navas, Rubén, Michel).

2013

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
AC Fiorentina (Italy)
Final [Aug 8]
Villarreal CF	2-0 AC Fiorentina
  [1-0 Hernán Pérez 28´, 2-0 Jonathan Pereira 83´]
Villarreal:  Asenjo (Aitor); Mario, Musacchio (Alic), Pablo Iñiguez (Fran García), Jaume Costa (Pantic); Hernán Pérez (Aquino), 
             Pina (Moi Gómez), Bruno (Edu Ramos), Cani (Trigueros); Giovani (Perbet), Uche (Jonathan Pereira).
Fiorentina:  Neto; Roncaglia (Tomovic), Savic, Compper (Hegazi), Pasqual (Marcos); Cuadrado (Joaquín), Bakic (Pizarro), 
             Aquilani (Ambrosini), Borja Valero (Wolski); Ljajic (Iakovenko), Mario Gómez (Rossi).

2014

Participants:
Villarreal CF (Spain)
UC Sassuolo (Italy)
Final [Aug 16]
Villarreal CF	4-2 US Sassuolo
  [1-0 Uche 16´,  2-0 Espinosa 33´, 3-0 Vietto 57´, 3-1 Missiroli 72´, 3-2 Zaza 83´ 4-2 Gerad Moreno 90´]
Villarreal:  Juan Carlos Sánchez  (Asenjo); Rukavina, Musacchio (Dorado), Gabriel (Puerto), Jaume Costa (Jokic); 
             Bruno(Pina) Trigueros (Jonathan Dos Santos), Espinosa(Nahuel), Cheryshev (Cani); Uche (Vietto), Gio (Gerard Moreno).
Sassuolo:    Pomini; Gazzola, Cannavaro (Manfredidni), Terranova (Ariaudo), Peluso (Sereni); Brighi (Chibsa), Magnanelli (Pavoletti), 
             Biondini (Missiroli); Sansone (Longhi), Zaza, Floro Flores (Kurtic).

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