Trofeo Memorial Quinocho

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Quinocho Memorial Trophy
Trofeo Memorial Quinocho
Founded1995;27 years ago (1995)
Region Vigo, Spain
Number of teams2
Current champions Flag of Italy.svg Lazio
(1st title)
Most successful club(s) Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
(19 titles)
Television broadcasters TVG

The Quinocho Memorial Trophy (Spanish : Trofeo Memorial Quinocho) is an annual pre-season football competition hosted by Celta Vigo. It is dedicated to their former player and club director Joaquín Fernández Santomé "Quinocho". [1]

Winners

Ed.YearWinnersScoreRunners-up
11995 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
2–0
Flag of Spain.svg Compostela
21996 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
2–1
Flag of Spain.svg Athletic Bilbao
31997 Flag of Portugal.svg Vitória
2–1
Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
41998 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
2–0
Flag of Spain.svg Real Betis
51999 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
2–1
Flag of Spain.svg Real Betis
62000 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
1–1 (3–1 p)
Flag of Italy.svg Roma
72001 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
2–0
Flag of Spain.svg Las Palmas
82002 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
4–0
Flag of Portugal.svg Vitória
92003 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
2–2 (? p)
Flag of Greece.svg Olympiacos
102004 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
3–2
Flag of Portugal.svg Braga
112005 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
2–0
Flag of Portugal.svg Braga
2006
(Not held) [2]
122007 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
3–1
Flag of Portugal.svg Boavista
132008 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
0–0 (5–4 p)
Flag of Spain.svg Numancia
142009 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
1–0
Flag of Spain.svg Valladolid
152010 Flag of Portugal.svg Paços de Ferreira
1–0
Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
162011 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
2–1
Flag of Portugal.svg Braga
172012 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
1–0
Flag of England.svg Wigan Athletic
182013 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
0–0 (? p)
Flag of England.svg Southampton
192014 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
4–0
Flag of Italy.svg Cagliari
202015 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
4–0
Flag of Italy.svg Genoa
212016 Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
2–1
Flag of Portugal.svg Braga
222017 Flag of Italy.svg Udinese
1–1 (3–2 p)
Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
232018 Flag of Germany.svg Mainz 05
2–1
Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo
242019 Flag of Italy.svg Lazio
2–1
Flag of Spain.svg Celta Vigo

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References

  1. "Memorial Quinocho". www.rsssf.com. Retrieved 10 August 2019.
  2. "El Celta se ha llevado 17 de los 19 "Memoriales Quinocho"". VAVEL (in Spanish). 11 August 2015. Retrieved 23 October 2020.