2010 Copa del Rey Final

The 2010 Copa del Rey Final was the 108th final since its establishment. The match took place on 19 May 2010 at the Camp Nou, Barcelona. The match was contested by Sevillla FC and Atlético Madrid, and it was refereed by Manuel Mejuto González. Sevilla lifted the trophy for the fifth time in their history with a 2–0 victory.

2010 Copa del Rey Final
Event2009–10 Copa del Rey
Sevilla Atlético Madrid
2 0
Date19 May 2010
VenueCamp Nou, Barcelona
RefereeManuel Mejuto González
Attendance93,000
WeatherPartly cloudy
16 °C (61 °F)[1]

Road to the final

Sevilla Round Atlético Madrid
Opponent Result Legs Opponent Result Legs
Atlético Ciudad 9–3 4–2 away; 5–1 home Round of 32 Marbella 8–0 2–0 away; 6–0 home
Barcelona 2–2 (ag) 2–1 away; 0–1 home Round of 16 Recreativo 5–4 0–3 away; 5–1 home
Deportivo 3–1 3–0 away; 0–1 home Quarterfinals Celta 2–1 1–1 home; 1–0 away
Getafe 2–1 2–0 home; 0–1 away Semifinals Racing Santander 6–3 4–0 home; 2–3 away

Match details

Sevilla2 – 0Atlético Madrid
Capel Goal 5'
Navas Goal 90+1'
Report
Sevilla
Atlético Madrid
Sevilla:
GK 1 Spain Andrés Palop (c)
DF 24 France Abdoulay Konko
DF 4 France Sébastien Squillaci Yellow card 61'
DF 14 France Julien Escudé
DF 37 Spain Antonio Luna Yellow card 35'
MF 7 Spain Jesús Navas
MF 8 Ivory Coast Didier Zokora
MF 11 Brazil Renato Yellow card 6'
MF 16 Spain Diego Capel Substituted off 87'
FW 12 Mali Frédéric Kanouté Yellow card 83'
FW 19 Spain Álvaro Negredo Substituted off 66'
Substitutes:
GK 13 Spain Javi Varas
DF 15 Lithuania Marius Stankevičius
MF 25 Argentina Diego Perotti Substituted in 87'
MF 22 Ivory Coast Romaric Substituted in 66'
MF 23 Spain Lolo
MF 30 Spain José Carlos
FW 31 Spain Rodri
Manager:
Spain Antonio Álvarez
Atlético Madrid:
GK 13 Spain David de Gea
DF 17 Czech Republic Tomáš Ujfaluši Yellow card 69'
DF 21 Colombia Luis Perea
DF 18 Spain Álvaro Domínguez
DF 3 Spain Antonio López (c)
MF 20 Portugal Simão Sabrosa Substituted off 59'
MF 12 Brazil Paulo Assunção Substituted off 59'
MF 5 Portugal Tiago
MF 19 Spain José Antonio Reyes
FW 10 Argentina Sergio Agüero
FW 7 Uruguay Diego Forlán
Substitutes:
GK 42 Spain Joel Robles
DF 16 Spain Juanito
DF 2 Spain Juan Valera
MF 6 Spain Ignacio Camacho
MF 8 Spain Raúl García Substituted in 59'
MF 9 Spain José Manuel Jurado Substituted in 59'
FW 14 Argentina Eduardo Salvio
Manager:
Spain Quique Sánchez Flores

MATCH OFFICIALS

Copa del Rey
2009–10 Winners
Sevilla
5th Title

References

  1. ^ http://www.wunderground.com/history/airport/LEBL/2010/5/19/DailyHistory.html?req_city=NA&req_state=NA&req_statename=NA
  2. ^ "Enrique Mejuto González dirigirá la final de la Copa de SM el Rey" [Enrique Mejuto González will referee the final of his HM's Copa del Rey]. RFEF. Archived from the original on 2010-05-11. Retrieved 19 May 2010.

External links

2010–11 Hibernian F.C. season

Season 2010–11 for Hibernian was their 12th consecutive season of play in the Scottish Premier League. It was the first season played in the redeveloped Easter Road stadium, with its capacity increased to over 20,000 for the first time since it became an all-seater stadium in the early 1990s. The SPL season began on 15 August 2010 with a 3–2 win at Motherwell. Hibs competed in the UEFA Europa League, losing 6–2 on aggregate to Slovenian club NK Maribor. They also lost at the first stage of competition in the Scottish League Cup, losing 3–1 at Kilmarnock. Those cup defeats and a poor start to the league season led to manager John Hughes leaving by mutual consent in early October. Colin Calderwood was appointed as the new manager, but struggled to make any sort of impression, as they were knocked out of the Scottish Cup by Ayr United and fell into a relegation battle. A winning streak after the January transfer window meant any danger was quickly averted, but the team still finished in the bottom six.

Sevilla FC

Sevilla Fútbol Club (Spanish pronunciation: [seˈβiʎa ˈfuðβol ˈkluβ]), commonly referred to as Sevilla, is Spain's oldest sporting club solely devoted to football. Sevilla FC is based in Seville, the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Andalusia. Sevilla FC plays in Spain's top flight, La Liga. The club was formed on 25 January 1890, Scot Mr. Edward Farquharson Johnston being their first president. A few years later, on 14 October 1905, the club's articles of association were registered in the Civil Government of Seville under the presidency of the Jerez-born José Luis Gallegos Arnosa.

Sevilla FC is also the most successful club in Andalusia, winning a national league title in 1945–46, five Spanish Cups (1935, 1939, 1948, 2007 and 2010), one Spanish Super Cup (2007), a record five UEFA Cups/UEFA Europa Leagues (2006, 2007, 2014, 2015 and 2016) and the 2006 UEFA Super Cup. They were also designated by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics as the World's best club in 2006 and 2007, thus being the first club to achieve this distinction in two consecutive years.

Its youth team Sevilla Atlético, founded in 1958, currently play in Segunda División B. The club are affiliated to a side in Puerto Rico of the same name. Other clubs related to Sevilla FC include their women's team, futsal team and former Superleague Formula team.

The Club's home ground is the 43,883-seat Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium. It is located in the neighborhood of Nervión, Seville and owes its name to Ramón Sánchez Pizjuan, who was Sevilla FC’s President for 17 years.

Sevilla FC has contributed many players to the Spain national team throughout their history.

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