2012–13 in Spanish football

The 2012–13 season was the 109th season of competitive football in Spain. It started officially on 1 July 2012 and ended on 30 June 2013.[1]

Football in Spain
Season2012–13
Men's football
La LigaBarcelona
Segunda DivisiónElche
Segunda División BDeportivo Alavés
Copa del ReyAtlético Madrid
Supercopa de EspañaReal Madrid
2011–12 Spain 2013–14

Competitions dates

La Liga and Segunda División started for its first time around middle August,[2] after previous season it was frustrated because of strike.[3] All competitions made a break during Christmas holidays between 24 December 2012 and 3 January 2013.[4]

Competition Starts Ends Notes
La Liga 18 August 2012 1 June 2013 All weekends except breaks: 9 September, 14 October, winter break and 24 March.
Pre-weekend: 21 December and 1 June.
Draw was released on 10 July 2012.[5][6]
Segunda División 17 August 2012 23 June 2013 All weekends except winter break.
Pre-weekend: 21 December.
Play-offs on 12, 16, 19 and 23 June 2013.
Draw was released on 10 July 2012.[7]
Segunda División B 25 August 2012 30 June 2013 All weekends except winter break. All league matches (regular phase) must finish at maximum on 19 May 2013.[4]
Play-offs in weekends from 26 May to 30 June 2013.
Draw was released on 16 July 2012.[8] Group III was rescheduled on 8 September 2012.[9]
Tercera División 24 August 2012 30 June 2013 All weekends except winter break. All league matches (regular phase) from all groups must finish at maximum on 19 May 2013.[4]
Play-offs in weekends from 26 May to 30 June 2013.
Copa del Rey 29 August 2012 18 May 2013 Draws and calendar
Supercopa de España 23 August 2012 29 August 2012
Copa Federación 1 August 2012 21 March 2013
Primera División (women) 1 September 2012 5 May 2013 Calendar
Segunda División (women) 9 September 2012 21 April 2013 Calendar
Copa de la Reina 12 May 2013 16 June 2013 Calendar

Transfer windows

Retirements

The following players retired from association football at the end of 2011–12 season or during this season, being the last club a member of 2012–13 La Liga or 2012–13 Segunda División:

Name Club of retirement Date
Ruud van Nistelrooy Málaga 14 May 2012[10]
Mikel Aranburu Real Sociedad 14 May 2012[11]
Aitor Ocio Athletic Bilbao 14 June 2012[12]

Promotion and relegation (pre-season)

Teams promoted to 2012–13 La Liga

Teams relegated from 2011–12 La Liga

Teams promoted to 2012–13 Segunda División

Teams relegated from 2011–12 Segunda División

Teams promoted to 2012–13 Segunda División B

Teams relegated from 2011–12 Segunda División B

National team

The home team is on the left column; the away team is on the right column.

FIFA World Cup qualifiers

Spain was in Group I of the 2014 World Cup qualification process.

FIFA Confederations Cup

Spain participated in the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup. Spain was in Group B and was winner in this group.

Friendlies

Spanish friendly tournaments

List of some friendly matches or short tournaments celebrated in Spain, mainly at summer as part of pre-season, which participated La Liga and Segunda División teams. Other historical tournaments are also included.

Other unofficial/friendly tournaments

Other unofficial major tournaments or friendly matches celebrated in Spain were:

Competitions

Trophy & League Champions

Competition Winner Details At
La Liga Barcelona 2012–13 La Liga Cornellà-El Prat[21]
Segunda División Elche 2012–13 Segunda División (Play-Off 2ª) Manuel Martínez Valero[22]
Segunda División B Overall Champions: Deportivo Alavés
Overall Runners-up: Tenerife
Group 1: Tenerife
Group 2: Deportivo Alavés
Group 3: L'Hospitalet
Group 4: Real Jaén
2012–13 Segunda División B (Play-Off 2ªB) Heliodoro Rodríguez López[23]
Tercera División Group 1: Racing de Ferrol
Group 2: CD Tuilla
Group 3: CD Tropezón
Group 4: CD Laudio
Group 5: UE Olot
Group 6: Elche CF Ilicitano
Group 7: CD Puerta Bonita
Group 8: Burgos CF
Group 9: CD El Palo
Group 10: Algeciras CF
Group 11: Santa Eulàlia
Group 12: UD Las Palmas Atlético
Group 13: La Hoya Lorca CF
Group 14: Extremadura UD
Group 15: AD San Juan
Group 16: Haro Deportivo
Group 17: CD Sariñena
Group 18: CD Toledo
2012–13 Tercera División (Play-Off 3ª)
Copa del Rey Atlético Madrid 2012–13 Copa del Rey Santiago Bernabéu[24]
Supercopa de España Real Madrid 2012 Supercopa de España
Beat Barcelona 4–4 on agg. away goals
(3–2 away and 2–1 home)
Santiago Bernabéu
Copa Federación de España UE Sant Andreu 2012–13 Copa Federación de España Narcís Sala[25]
Primera División (women) Barcelona 2012–13 Primera División (women) San Mamés[26]
Segunda División (women) Group 1: Oviedo Moderno CF
Group 2: Añorga KKE
Group 3: Girona FC
Group 4: Granada CF
Group 5: AD Torrejón CF
Group 6: CD Achamán Santa Lucía
Group 7: Fundación Albacete
Group 8: CD Charco del Pino
2012–13 Segunda División (women)
Copa de la Reina Barcelona 2013 Copa de la Reina La Ciudad del Fútbol[27]

League tables

La Liga

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Barcelona (C) 38 32 4 2 115 40 +75 100 2013–14 UEFA Champions League Group stage
2 Real Madrid 38 26 7 5 103 42 +61 85
3 Atlético Madrid 38 23 7 8 65 31 +34 76
4 Real Sociedad 38 18 12 8 70 49 +21 66 2013–14 UEFA Champions League Play-off round
5 Valencia 38 19 8 11 67 54 +13 65 2013–14 UEFA Europa League group stage[a]
6 Málaga 38 16 9 13 53 50 +3 57 Excluded from European competitions[b]
7 Real Betis 38 16 8 14 57 56 +1 56 2013–14 UEFA Europa League Play-off round[a]
8 Rayo Vallecano 38 16 5 17 50 66 −16 53 Excluded from European competitions[c]
9 Sevilla 38 14 8 16 58 54 +4 50 2013–14 UEFA Europa League Third qualifying round[a]
10 Getafe 38 13 8 17 43 57 −14 47
11 Levante 38 12 10 16 40 57 −17 46
12 Athletic Bilbao 38 12 9 17 44 65 −21 45
13 Espanyol 38 11 11 16 43 52 −9 44
14 Valladolid 38 11 10 17 49 58 −9 43
15 Granada 38 11 9 18 37 54 −17 42
16 Osasuna 38 10 9 19 33 50 −17 39
17 Celta Vigo 38 10 7 21 37 52 −15 37
18 Mallorca (R) 38 9 9 20 43 72 −29 36 Relegation to Segunda División
19 Deportivo La Coruña (R) 38 8 11 19 47 70 −23 35
20 Zaragoza (R) 38 9 7 22 37 62 −25 34
  1. ^ a b c Since the 2012–13 Copa del Rey champions, Atlético Madrid and runners-up Real Madrid qualified to 2013–14 UEFA Champions League, the 5th, 6th and 7th placed teams will qualify for the group stage, play-off round, and third qualifying round of the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League respectively.[28]
  2. ^ Málaga was excluded from participating in any UEFA club competition in 2013–14 season.[29] Málaga appealed against this UEFA ban, but the Court of Arbitration for Sport confirmed the decision of the UEFA Club Financial Control Body.[30]
  3. ^ Rayo Vallecano was excluded from participating in any UEFA club competition for the next season after RFEF denied them a "UEFA license" because they didn't meet the requirements as they were immersed in a creditor contest.[31][32] They appealed to CAS in June 2013 and on 11 July that decision was confirmed.[33]

Segunda División

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Elche (C, P) 42 23 13 6 54 27 +27 82 Promotion to La Liga
2 Villarreal (P) 42 21 14 7 68 38 +30 77
3 Almería (P) 42 22 8 12 72 50 +22 74 Promotion play-offs
4 Girona 42 21 8 13 74 56 +18 71
5 Alcorcón 42 21 6 15 57 55 +2 69
6 Las Palmas 42 18 12 12 62 55 +7 66[a]
7 Ponferradina 42 19 9 14 57 50 +7 66[a]
8 Real Madrid Castilla 42 17 8 17 80 62 +18 59
9 Barcelona B 42 15 12 15 76 71 +5 57
10 Sporting Gijón 42 15 11 16 60 53 +7 56[b]
11 Lugo 42 15 11 16 46 54 −8 56[b]
12 Numancia 42 13 16 13 53 55 −2 55
13 Recreativo 42 15 9 18 46 57 −11 54[c]
14 Córdoba 42 15 9 18 55 55 0 54[c]
15 Mirandés 42 13 13 16 35 51 −16 52[d]
16 Sabadell 42 14 10 18 54 69 −15 52[d]
17 Hércules 42 13 11 18 43 53 −10 50[e]
18 Guadalajara (R) 42 12 14 16 46 53 −7 50[e] Relegation to Segunda División B[f]
19 Murcia 42 12 11 19 43 56 −13 47
20 Racing Santander (R) 42 12 10 20 38 51 −13 46 Relegation to Segunda División B
21 Huesca (R) 42 11 12 19 46 58 −12 45
22 Xerez (R) 42 7 9 26 38 74 −36 30 Relegation to Tercera División[g]
  1. ^ a b LPA 1–0 PON; PON 0–1 LPA
  2. ^ a b SPG 1–1 LUG; LUG 1–2 SPG
  3. ^ a b CÓR 0–2 REC; REC 2–1 CÓR
  4. ^ a b SAB 1–1 MIR; MIR 2–0 SAB
  5. ^ a b HÉR 0–0 GUA; GUA 0–2 HÉR
  6. ^ Guadalajara were relegated to the Segunda División B by the LFP. Guadalajara had appealed the decision,[34] but LFP confirmed the sanction.[35] CEDD also confirmed the relegation.[36]
  7. ^ Xerez were relegated to the Tercera División on 1 August [37] after enduring serious financial difficulties for several years.[38][39]

References

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  6. ^ "La jornada 37 se adelanta al domingo 26 de mayo" [Matchday 37 is advanced to Sunday 26 May]. As. 2 May 2013.
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  11. ^ "La despedida más larga" [The longest goodbye]. El Diario Vasco. 14 May 2013. Retrieved 5 May 2013.
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  18. ^ "Bahía de Cádiz Cup". Football Impact. Retrieved 10 February 2013.
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  20. ^ "La Manga Club – Match schedule". La Manga Club. Archived from the original on 2013-02-18. Retrieved 10 February 2013.
  21. ^ "El Barça, campeón de Liga" [Barça, La Liga winner]. El País (in Spanish). 12 May 2013. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
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  24. ^ "La Décima era del Atlético" [The Tenth was for Atlético]. El País. 17 May 2013. Retrieved 18 May 2013.
  25. ^ "La UE Sant Andreu, campeón de la Copa Federación" [UE Sant Andreu, Copa Federación champions] (in Spanish). Europa Press. 11 April 2013. Retrieved 19 May 2013.
  26. ^ "El Barcelona silencia La Catedral con su alirón" [The FC Barcelona muted La Catedral with his alirón]. Marca. 5 May 2013. Retrieved 5 May 2013.
  27. ^ "El FC Barcelona gana la Copa de la Reina y sella una temporada perfecta" [FC Barcelona wins Copa de la Reina and seals a perfect season]. RTVE. 16 June 2013. Retrieved 18 June 2013.
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  30. ^ "UEFA welcomes CAS decision on Málaga". UEFA. 11 June 2013. Archived from the original on 14 June 2013. Retrieved 11 June 2013.
  31. ^ "El Málaga obtiene la licencia UEFA; Rayo y Espanyol, aún no" [Málaga got the UEFA license, Rayo and Espanyol, not still]. As. 14 May 2013. Retrieved 14 May 2013.
  32. ^ "El Betis ya tiene en su poder la licencia UEFA que la RFEF deniega al Rayo y al Espanyol" [Betis already has UEFA license which RFEF denied to Espanyol and Rayo]. El Correo de Andalucía. 14 May 2013. Retrieved 14 May 2013.
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  35. ^ "La LFP desestima el recurso del Guadalajara contra su descenso". As. June 2013. Retrieved 25 June 2013.
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  38. ^ La afición crece pese a las dificultades (Fanbase grows in spite of difficulties); La Voz Digital, 26 November 2011 (in Spanish)
  39. ^ Setién: "Los jugadores del Xerez tienen mucho mérito" (Setién: "The Xerez players deserve a lot of credit"); El Mundo Deportivo, 28 March 2013 (in Spanish)
2012 Joan Gamper Trophy

The 2012 Joan Gamper Trophy was the 47th edition of the Joan Gamper Trophy. Spanish side and hosts Barcelona faced Italian side Sampdoria at the Camp Nou in Barcelona. The Genovese club, in their second appearance after 1997, won their first ever Joan Gamper Trophy defeating the Catalans 1-0.

Roberto Soriano scored the only goal of the match in the very first minute.Sergi Roberto was named man of the match for his overall performance.

2012 Polish Masters

The 2012 Polish Masters was an exhibition international club football (soccer) competition featuring football club teams from Europe, which was held in July 2012. All matches were played in Stadion Miejski in Wrocław, Poland. This was the first Polish Masters.

2012 Summer of Champions' Cup

The 2012 Summer of Champions' Cup took place in Bucharest, Romania on August 11, 2012. It was organized by Thiess Holding in association with German marketing agency Sportfive being played at Arena Națională. The Cup was contested between Spanish giants Barcelona and Romanian side Dinamo București.

Blaugrana rounded off their pre-season with a 0–2 win over Dinamo Bucharest, with an early opener from Lionel Messi and a late second goal from Ibrahim Afellay, as well as the much awaited reappearance of David Villa. The win ensured that Barça ended their pre-season unbeaten run.

2012 Supercopa de España

The 2012 Supercopa de España was a two-legged Spanish football match-up that took place on 23 and 29 August 2012 between the champions of 2011–12 La Liga, Real Madrid, and the winner of the 2011–12 Copa del Rey, Barcelona.

Barcelona and Real Madrid drew 4–4 on aggregate, with Real Madrid winning on away goals for their ninth Supercopa de España title. This was the first occasion the trophy was won on the away goals rule.

2012 UEFA Super Cup

The 2012 UEFA Super Cup was the 37th UEFA Super Cup, an annual football match organised by UEFA and contested by the reigning champions of the two main European club competitions, the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League. It was played at the Stade Louis II in Monaco on 31 August 2012, between the 2011–12 UEFA Champions League winners Chelsea of England and the 2011–12 UEFA Europa League winners Atlético Madrid of Spain.This was the last Super Cup to be played at the Stade Louis II, which has hosted the match since 1998, as future editions will be hosted at different venues, starting from the 2013 edition, which will be played at Eden Arena in Prague.Atlético Madrid defeated Chelsea 4–1, winning their second UEFA Super Cup.

2012 World Football Challenge

The 2012 World Football Challenge was the third World Football Challenge event, a series of friendly soccer matches played in the United States and Canada in July and August. The series opened on July 18. The opening match was between the Seattle Sounders of Major League Soccer (MLS) and Chelsea of the English Premier League, which Chelsea won 4–2. Real Madrid, who had won the equivalent tournament the previous year, were the only team to win all their matches in normal play.

2012–13 La Liga

The 2012–13 La Liga season (known as the Liga BBVA for sponsorship reasons) was the 82nd since its establishment. The campaign began on 18 August 2012, and ended on 1 June 2013. Barcelona won the league for a 22nd time, after leading the league the entire season and amassing 100 points.

As in previous years, Nike provided the official ball for all matches, with a new Nike Maxim Liga BBVA model to be used throughout the season for all matches.

2012–13 Primera División (women)

The 2012–13 Primera División season was the 25th edition of Spain's highest women's football league. FC Barcelona were the defending champions, having won their 1st title in the previous season. The season played from 2 September 2012, and end on 5 May 2013.

A total of 16 teams contested the league, 14 of which already contested in the 2011–12 season. Sevilla and Levante Las Planas were promoted from the Segunda División last season.The championship was decided on the last matchday, when Athletic Club Bilbao met Barcelona. After trailing Athletic the whole season, Barcelona overtook them by winning 2–1, and thus defended their title.

2012–13 Primera División de Futsal

The 2012–13 season of the Primera División de Fútbol Sala was the 24th season of top-tier futsal in Spain. It was the second season under the "Primera División" name. The regular season started on September 14, 2012 and finished on May 3, 2013. The championship playoffs began on May 18 with quarter-finals series and concluded with the championship final series from 11–22 June.

Top eight teams play the championship playoffs.

Barcelona Alusport were defending champions and will remain so for next season by defeating ElPozo Murcia 3–1 in the Championship Final series.

2012–13 Segunda División

The 2012–13 Segunda División season (known as the Liga Adelante for sponsorship reasons) was the 82nd since its establishment. The season started on 17 August 2012 and the league phase of 42 rounds ended on 9 June 2013. The entire season ended on 22 June 2013 with the promotion play-off finals.

2012–13 Segunda División B

The 2012–13 Segunda División B season was the 36th since its establishment. The first matches of the season were played on 26 August 2012, and the league phase ended on 19 May 2013. The entire season ended on 30 June 2013 with the promotion play-off finals.

2012–13 Segunda División de Futsal

The 2012–13 Segunda División de Futsal season is the 20th season of second-tier futsal in Spain since its inception in 1993.

The season comprises regular season and championship playoff. Regular season started on October 2012 and finished on April 27, 2013. Top team at standings when finishing to play the regular season is promoted to Primera División while teams that finished between 2nd–6th positions play the promotion playoffs.

On 3 May, LNFS announced the cancellation of promotion playoffs due to Primera División's expansion to 16 teams, so Castell Peñíscola Benicarló and Fuconsa Jaén were promoted to Primera División.

2012–13 Tercera División

Spanish League 2012–13 Tercera División started on 24 August 2012 and the season ended on 30 June 2013 with the promotion play-off finals.

2013 CPISRA Football 7-a-side Intercontinental Cup

The 2013 CPISRA Football 7-a-side Intercontinental Cup was an international championship for men's national 7-a-side association football teams. CPISRA stands for Cerebral Palsy International Sports & Recreation Association. Athletes with a physical disability competed. The Championship took place in the Sant Cugat del Vallès from 27 July to 10 August 2013.

Football 7-a-side was played with modified FIFA rules. Among the modifications were that there were seven players, no offside, a smaller playing field, and permission for one-handed throw-ins. Matches consisted of two thirty-minute halves, with a fifteen-minute half-time break. The Championships was a qualifying event for the 2015 IFCPF CP Football World Championships.

2013 Copa de la Reina de Fútbol

The 2013 Copa de la Reina de Fútbol was the 31st edition of the Spanish women's football national cup. It ran from 12 May to 16 June 2013 and was contested by the best eight teams in the 2012–13 Spanish Championship, four more teams than in the previous edition. Both the quarterfinals and the semifinals were two-legged ties, instead of the final four held in the headquarters of the RFEF in the three previous editions.

2013 Copa del Rey Final

The 2013 Copa del Rey Final was the 111th final since its establishment. The match was a Madrid derby between Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid on 17 May 2013 at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid. It was the clubs' first meeting in the final since the 1992 final when Atlético won 2–0 over Real Madrid. Before this match, the two teams have been finalists on four other occasions in 1960, 1961 and 1975 Copa del Rey; all Atlético wins; except 1975 when Real Madrid won. Atlético lifted the trophy for the tenth time in their history.

It was the first time since 1992 that Atlético had won trophies two seasons in a row, following their win in the Europa League Final the previous year.

2013 Copa del Rey Juvenil

The 2013 Copa del Rey Juvenil is the 63rd staging of the Copa del Rey Juvenil de Fútbol. The competition began on May 19, 2013 and will end on June 30, 2013 with the final.

2013 Football Impact Cup

The 2013 Football Impact Cup is a friendly football tournament that took place in Marbella, Spain, on 18–23 January 2013. The venue of the tournament was Estadio Municipal de Marbella, which has a capacity for 7,300 spectators.

2014 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group I

The 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification UEFA Group I was a UEFA qualifying group for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The group comprised 2010 FIFA World Cup winners Spain, along with France, Belarus, Georgia and Finland.

Spain won the group and thus qualified directly for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. France ranked among the eight best runners-up and advanced to the play-offs, where they were drawn to play home-and-away matches against Ukraine. After losing the first match by two goals, they won the second by three, thus qualifying for the World Cup.

11 September 2012 Spain 1 – 0 GeorgiaGeorgia (country) Tbilisi
19:30 CEST
21:30 Local time
Soldado Goal 86' Report Stadium: Boris Paichadze
Attendance: 54,598
Referee: Norway Svein Oddvar Moen
12 October 2012 Spain 4 – 0 BelarusBelarus Minsk
20:00 CEST
21:00 Local time
Alba Goal 12'
Pedro Goal 21'69'72'
Report Stadium: Dinamo Stadium
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Belgium Serge Gumienny
16 October 2012 Spain 1 – 1 FranceSpain Madrid
21:00 CEST Ramos Goal 25' Report Giroud Goal 90+4' Stadium: Vicente Calderón
Attendance: 46,000
Referee: Germany Felix Brych
22 March 2013 Spain 1 – 1 FinlandSpain Gijón
20:45 CET Ramos Goal 49' Report Pukki Goal 79' Stadium: El Molinón
Attendance: 27,637
Referee: Ovidiu Haţegan (Romania)
26 March 2013 Spain 0 – 1 FranceFrance Saint-Denis
21:00 CET Pedro Goal 58' Report Stadium: Stade de France
Attendance: 78,329
Referee: Viktor Kassai (Hungary)
17 June 2013 Match 1Spain 2 – 1 UruguayBrazil Recife
00:00 CEST
16 June 2013 19:00 Local time
Pedro Goal 20'
Soldado Goal 32'
Report Suárez Goal 88' Stadium: Arena Pernambuco
Attendance: 41,705
Referee: Yuichi Nishimura (Japan)
20 June 2013 Match 2Spain 10 – 0 TahitiBrazil Rio de Janeiro
21:00 CEST
16:00 Local time
Torres Goal 5'33'57'78'
Silva Goal 31'89'
Villa Goal 39'49'64'
Mata Goal 66'
Report Stadium: Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro
Attendance: 71,806
Referee: Djamel Haimoudi (Algeria)
23 June 2013 Match 3Spain 0 – 3 NigeriaBrazil Fortaleza
21:00 CEST
16:00 Local time
Alba Goal 3'88'
Torres Goal 62'
Report Stadium: Estádio Castelão
Attendance: 51,263
Referee: Joel Aguilar (El Salvador)
27 June 2013 Semi-finalSpain 0 – 0 (a.e.t.)
(7–6 p)
 ItalyBrazil Fortaleza
21:00 CEST
16:00 Local time
Report Stadium: Estádio Castelão
Attendance: 56,083
Referee: Howard Webb (England)
Penalties
Xavi Penalty scored
Iniesta Penalty scored
Piqué Penalty scored
Ramos Penalty scored
Mata Penalty scored
Busquets Penalty scored
Navas Penalty scored
Penalty scored Candreva
Penalty scored Aquilani
Penalty scored De Rossi
Penalty scored Giovinco
Penalty scored Pirlo
Penalty scored Montolivo
Penalty missed Bonucci
1 July 2013 FinalSpain 0 – 3 BrazilBrazil Rio de Janeiro
00:00 CEST
30 June 2013 19:00 Local time
Report Fred Goal 2'47'
Neymar Goal 44'
Stadium: Estádio do Maracanã
Attendance: 73,531
Referee: Björn Kuipers (Netherlands)
15 August 2012 Spain 2 – 1 Puerto RicoPuerto Rico Bayamón
22:30 CEST
16:30 Local time
Cazorla Goal 42'
Fàbregas Goal 45'
Report Cintron Goal 65' Stadium: Juan Ramón Loubriel
Attendance: 7,500
Referee: Puerto Rico Javier Santos
7 September 2012 Spain 5 – 0 Saudi ArabiaSpain Pontevedra
22:00 CEST Cazorla Goal 22'
Pedro Goal 28'73'
Xavi Goal 47'
Villa Goal 63' (pen.)
Report Stadium: Nuevo Pasarón
Attendance: 11,850
Referee: Azerbaijan Anar Salmanov
14 November 2012 Spain 5 – 1 PanamaPanama Panama City
22:30 CET
16:30 Local time
Pedro Goal 16'43'
Villa Goal 30'
Ramos Goal 82'
Susaeta Goal 84'
Report Gómez Goal 87' (pen.) Stadium: Rommel Fernández
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Mexico Mauricio Morales
6 February 2013 Spain 3 – 1 UruguayQatar Doha
19:00 CET
21:00 Local time
Fàbregas Goal 16'
Pedro Goal 51'74'
Report C. Rodríguez Goal 32' Stadium: Khalifa International
Attendance: 48,000
Referee: Qatar Fahad Al-Marri
8 June 2013 Spain 2 – 1 HaitiUnited States Miami
22:00 CEST
16:00 Local time
Cazorla Goal 8'
Fàbregas Goal 19'
Report Guerrier Goal 75' Stadium: Sun Life
Attendance: 36,535
Referee: United States Juan Guzmán
12 June 2013 Spain 2 – 0 Republic of IrelandUnited States New York City
02:00 CEST
11 June 2013 20:00 Local time
Soldado Goal 68'
Mata Goal 88'
Report Stadium: Yankee
Attendance: 39,368
Referee: United States Jair Marrufo
21 July 2012 Trofeo Huerta de EuropaLa Hoya Lorca Spain0 – 1Spain GranadaLorca
19:30 CEST Report Machís Goal 30' Stadium: Francisco Artés Carrasco
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Jorge Moya García
21 July 2012 Trofeo La CampiñaMarchamalo Spain1 – 2Spain GuadalajaraMarchamalo
19:45 CEST Rony Goal 59' Report Zazo Goal 62'
Badía Goal 83' (pen.)
Stadium: Campo de La Solana
25 July 2012 Ciudad de VigoCelta Vigo Spain1 – 0Spain Atlético MadridVigo
20:30 CEST Bermejo Goal 75' Report Stadium: Balaídos
Attendance: 11,099
Referee: David Pérez Pallas
25 July 2012 Costa BravaGirona Spain0 – 1Spain SevillaGirona
21:00 CEST Report Baba Goal 47' Stadium: Estadi Montilivi
Attendance: 2,751
Referee: Santiago Jaime Latre
26 July 2012 Ciudad de ZamoraZamora Spain0 – 2Spain GuadalajaraZamora
20:30 CEST Report Azkorra Goal 82'89' Stadium: Ruta de la Plata
Attendance: 300
Referee: José Luis Hernández Cifuentes
28 July 2012 Vila de PalamósPalamós Spain0 – 3Spain SabadellPalamós
18:30 CEST Report Llorente Goal 35'
Ruiz Goal 80'
Aníbal Goal 91'
Stadium: Nou Municipal de Palamós
Attendance: 400
Referee: Anna Zardaín López
28 July 2012 Trofeo Vega BajaAlmoradí Spain0 – 3Spain ElcheAlmoradí
19:30 CEST Report Xumetra Goal 54'
Jornet Goal 60'
Xumetra Goal 87'
Stadium: El Sadrián
Attendance: 1,971
Referee: Daniel Sánchez Bailén
28 July 2012 Trofeo NaranjaValencia Spain1 – 1
(2 – 0 p)
Portugal PortoValencia
21:30 CEST Jonas Goal 63' Report González Goal 57' Stadium: Mestalla
Attendance: 23,000
Referee: Francisco Javier Mateo Valero
Penalties
Parejo Penalty scored
Gago Penalty scored
Bernat Penalty missed
Penalty missed Kléber
Penalty missed Iturbe
Penalty missed Kelvin
Penalty missed Moutinho
29 July 2012 Emma CuervoDeportivo La Coruña Spain1 – 4Spain Sporting GijónRibadeo
19:00 CEST Saúl Goal 20' Report Bilić Goal 4'
Trejo Goal 14'
Sangoy Goal 69'89'
Stadium: Estadio Pepe Barrera
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Enrique Corral García
31 July 2012 Villa de BergaraReal Sociedad Spain2 – 1Spain ZaragozaBergara
19:00 CEST Agirretxe Goal 10'69' Report González Goal 50' Stadium: Agorrosin
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Aitor Gorostegui Fernández
1 August 2012 Memorial Ramón LosadaSporting Gijón Spain1 – 1
(1 – 4 p)
Spain ValladolidLuarca
19:30 CEST Carmelo Goal 47' Report Guerra Goal 31' Stadium: La Veigona
Attendance: 700
Referee: Pablo Fernández Pérez
Penalties
Bilić Penalty scored
Cases Penalty missed
Morán Penalty missed
Penalty scored Peña
Penalty scored Bueno
Penalty scored Neira
Penalty scored Baraja
3 August 2012 Ciutat de BarcelonaEspanyol Spain2 – 0France MontpellierCornellà de Llobregat
21:45 CEST Fonte Goal 63'
Forlín Goal 68'
Report Stadium: Cornellà-El Prat
Attendance: 5,730
Referee: Alfonso Javier Álvarez Izquierdo
3 August 2012 Trofeo Colombino Semifinal 1Getafe Spain1 – 0Portugal Sporting CPHuelva
20:00 CEST D. Castro Goal 58' Report Stadium: Nuevo Colombino
Attendance: 500
Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano
3 August 2012 Trofeo Colombino Semifinal 2Recreativo Huelva Spain0 – 0
(8 – 7 p)
Morocco Moghreb TétouanHuelva
22:45 CEST Report Stadium: Nuevo Colombino
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Jesús Arroyo Cortés
Penalties
Montoro Penalty missed
Morcillo Penalty scored
Berrocal Penalty scored
Ernesto Penalty scored
Vega Penalty scored
Aitor Penalty scored
Matamala Penalty scored
Dimas Penalty scored
Cifu Penalty scored
Fall Serigne Penalty scored
Serge Penalty scored
Naussair Penalty missed
Smaali Penalty scored
Magribilal Penalty scored
Abdeladim Penalty scored
Chafiq Penalty scored
Moussa Penalty scored
El Kizani Samir Penalty missed
4 August 2012 Trofeo Colombino 3rd/4thSporting CP Portugal3 – 1Morocco Moghreb TétouanHuelva
22:45 CEST Carriço Goal 42'
Van Wolfswinkel Goal 66' (pen.)
Mortada Goal 71' (o.g.)
Report Moussa Goal 54' Stadium: Nuevo Colombino
Attendance: 200
Referee: Manuel de los Santos Mellado
4 August 2012 Trofeo Colombino FinalRecreativo Huelva Spain1 – 2Spain GetafeHuelva
22:45 CEST Rubio Goal 89' (pen.) Report Alexis Goal 9'
Sarabia Goal 15'
Stadium: Nuevo Colombino
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: José Luis Paradas Romero
4 August 2012 Trofeo CervantesAlcalá Spain0 – 2Spain GuadalajaraAlcalá de Henares
20:00 CEST Report Susaeta Goal 40'
Azkorra Goal 81'
Stadium: Municipal El Val
Attendance: 500
Referee: Santiago Cuesta Ferreiro
4 August 2012 Copa Mahou Canarias, 1st legTenerife Spain0 – 0Spain Las PalmasSanta Cruz de Tenerife
20:30 WEST Report Stadium: Heliodoro Rodríguez López
Attendance: 2,382
Referee: Ariel González Sicilia
7 August 2012 Diputación de GranadaGranada Spain2 – 1Portugal Vitória de GuimarãesGranada
21:00 CEST El-Arabi Goal 30'
Romero Goal 90+1'
Report Teles Goal 36' Stadium: Nuevo Los Cármenes
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
8 August 2012 Carabela de PlataCartagena Spain1 – 1
(10 – 11 p)
Spain HérculesCartagena
20:30 CEST Florian Goal 21' Report Muñoz Goal 62' Stadium: Cartagonova
Attendance: 3,529
Referee: Antonio Robles Martínez
Penalties
Perona Penalty scored
Riau Penalty missed
Florian Penalty scored
Álvarez Penalty scored
Rico Penalty scored
Álvarez Penalty scored
Nadal Penalty scored
Rueda Penalty missed
Jiménez Penalty scored
Sánchez Penalty scored
Ibáñez Penalty scored
Perona Penalty scored
Riau Penalty missed
Raúl Penalty scored
Rivas Penalty scored
Callejón Penalty scored
Sanchón Penalty scored
Hadžić Penalty missed
Brian Penalty scored
Mérida Penalty scored
Víctor Penalty missed
Guille Penalty scored
Sellés Penalty scored
Falcón Penalty scored
Raúl Penalty scored
Guille Penalty scored
8 August 2012 Antonio PuertaSevilla Spain2 – 0Spain Deportivo La CoruñaSeville
22:00 CEST Negredo Goal 30'
Trochowski Goal 44'
Report Stadium: Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Pedro Jesús Pérez Montero
10 August 2012 Ciutat de TarragonaGimnàstic de Tarragona Spain1 – 0Spain VillarrealTarragona
20:30 CEST Eugeni Goal 83' (pen.) Report Stadium: Nou Estadi
Attendance: 1,832
Referee: José Emilio Sánchez Aparicio
10 August 2012 Festa d'ElxElche Spain1 – 3Spain AlmeríaElche
21:00 CEST Mantecón Goal 77' (pen.) Report Charles Goal 4'90'
Casquero Goal 29'
Stadium: Manuel Martínez Valero
Attendance: 3,212
Referee: José Luis Lesma López
10 August 2012 Trofeo Carranza Semifinal 1Osasuna Spain1 – 2Portugal NacionalCádiz
19:00 CEST Sola Goal 64' Report Rondón Goal 23'
Mateus Goal 41'
Stadium: Ramón de Carranza
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: José Luis González González
10 August 2012 Trofeo Carranza Semifinal 2Cádiz Spain3 – 6Spain Rayo VallecanoCádiz
22:00 CEST Sánchez Goal 16' (pen.)
Belencoso Goal 24'
Gallardo Goal 82'
Report Fall Goal 26' (o.g.)
Juli Goal 44'
Bangoura Goal 47'
Adrián Goal 50'
Delibašić Goal 57'
Nono Goal 87'
Stadium: Ramón de Carranza
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Jorge Figueroa Vázquez
11 August 2012 Trofeo Carranza 3rd/4thCádiz Spain0 – 1Spain OsasunaCádiz
19:00 CEST Report Arribas Goal 89' Stadium: Ramón de Carranza
Attendance: 950
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera
11 August 2012 Trofeo Carranza FinalRayo Vallecano Spain1 – 3Portugal NacionalCádiz
22:00 CEST Adrián Goal 44' Report Isael Goal 3'
Revson Goal 55'
Rondón Goal 84'
Stadium: Ramón de Carranza
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Carlos Delgado Ferreiro
11 August 2012 Villa de LeganésLeganés Spain3 – 1Spain AlcorcónLeganés
20:00 CEST Cristian Goal 23'
Vega Goal 60'
Adai Goal 86'
Report Postigo Goal 80' Stadium: Municipal de Butarque
Attendance: 2,100
Referee: Israel Mingo Bravo
11 August 2012 Teresa HerreraDeportivo La Coruña Spain2 – 2
(4 – 3 p)
Spain Atlético MadridLa Coruña
21:00 CEST Valerón Goal 8'
Gama Goal 56'
Report Koke Goal 11'
Falcao Goal 85'
Stadium: Riazor
Attendance: 18,000
Referee: Miguel Ángel Pérez Lasa
Penalties
Pizzi Penalty scored
Oliveira Penalty missed
Santos Penalty scored
Gama Penalty scored
Aguilar Penalty scored
Falcao Penalty scored
Rodríguez Penalty scored
García Penalty scored
Adrián Penalty missed
Godín Penalty missed
11 August 2012 Costa del SolMálaga Spain1 – 0England EvertonMálaga
21:00 CEST Weligton Goal 74' Report Stadium: La Rosaleda
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Pedro Jesús Pérez Montero
11 August 2012 Ciudad de Zaragoza -
Memorial Carlos Lapetra
Zaragoza Spain1 – 1
(5 – 4 p)
Spain EspanyolZaragoza
21:00 CEST Apoño Goal 27' (pen.) Report Verdú Goal 32' (pen.) Stadium: La Romareda
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Carlos Clos Gómez
Penalties
Álamo Penalty scored
V. Rodríguez Penalty scored
Aranda Penalty scored
Apoño Penalty scored
Obradović Penalty missed
Goni Penalty scored
Christian Penalty scored
Fonte Penalty missed
Forlín Penalty scored
Wakaso Penalty scored
Moreno Penalty scored
V. Álvarez Penalty missed
11 August 2012 Ciutat de PalmaMallorca Spain0 – 1Germany Hamburger SVPalma
21:00 CEST Report Berg Goal 34' Stadium: Iberostar
Attendance: 8,053
Referee: Pedro Sureda Cuenca
11 August 2012 Villa de GijónSporting Gijón Spain0 – 2Portugal Vitória de GuimarãesGijón
21:00 CEST Report Defendi Goal 48'73' Stadium: El Molinón
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: José Ramón Piñeiro Crespo
11 August 2012 Trofeu de la CeràmicaVillarreal Spain2 – 1Spain LevanteVillarreal
21:00 CEST Navarro Goal 39' (o.g.)
Trigueros Goal 63'
Report Ángel Goal 11' Stadium: El Madrigal
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Juan Martínez Munuera
11 August 2012 Trofeo de la VendimiaXerez Spain0 – 0
(3 – 4 p)
Spain GranadaJerez de la Frontera
21:00 CEST Report Stadium: Chapín
Attendance: 2,699
Referee: José Caucelo Sace
Penalties
Poley Penalty scored
Vélez Penalty scored
Mendoza Penalty missed
Herrero Penalty scored
Rey Penalty missed
Jaime Penalty missed
M. Rico Penalty scored
Machís Penalty scored
Benítez Penalty scored
Roberto Penalty scored
11 August 2012 Copa Mahou Canarias, 2nd legLas Palmas Spain1 – 0
(1 – 0 agg.)
Spain TenerifeLas Palmas de Gran Canaria
20:30 WEST Suárez Goal 89' (pen.) Report Stadium: Gran Canaria
Attendance: 5,832
Referee: Alejandro Hernández Hernández
11 August 2012 Trofeo DecanoRecreativo Huelva Spain2 – 2
(3 – 4 p)
Spain Real Madrid CastillaLepe
22:00 CEST Szymanowski Goal 70'
Valle Goal 71'
Report Sobrino Goal 24'
Juanfran Goal 90+1'
Stadium: Ciudad de Lepe
Attendance: 1,100
Referee: Luis Mario Milla Alvéndiz
Penalties
Ernesto Penalty scored
Zamora Penalty missed
Valle Penalty scored
Szymanowski Penalty scored
Bonaque Penalty missed
Mosquera Penalty missed
De Tomás Penalty scored
Ríos Penalty scored
García Penalty scored
Mateos Penalty scored
12 August 2012 Torneo de la GalletaRacing Santander Spain2 – 1Spain GuadalajaraAguilar de Campoo
18:00 CEST Rivero Goal 71'
Gullón Goal 77'
Report Jony Goal 13' Stadium: Alberto Fernández
Attendance: 800
Referee: Fernando Román Román
12 August 2012 Memorial QuinochoCelta Vigo Spain1 – 0England Wigan AthleticVigo
20:30 CEST Aspas Goal 49' Report Stadium: Balaídos
Attendance: 6,504
Referee: Ignacio Iglesias Villanueva
14 August 2012 Trofeo TeideTenerife Spain1 – 2Spain MarinoLa Orotava
20:00 WEST Martín Goal 60' Report Real Goal 71'
Pérez Goal 76'
Stadium: Los Cuartos
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Carlos Díaz García
15 August 2012 Trofeo Playa y SolÁguilas Spain0 – 0
(3 – 5 p)
Spain La Hoya LorcaÁguilas
19:00 CEST Report Stadium: El Rubial
Attendance: 500
Referee: Samuel De Haro Tirado
Penalties
Gilé Penalty missed
Díaz Penalty scored
Soto Penalty scored
Olivares Penalty scored
Martín Penalty scored
Prior Penalty scored
Juanito Penalty scored
Álex Penalty scored
Pérez Penalty scored
17 August 2012 Torneo de San GinésLanzarote Spain3 – 1Spain TenerifeArrecife
21:00 WEST Rosmen Goal 8'
Yunes Goal 12'
Juancar Goal 86'
Report Martín Goal 38' Stadium: Ciudad Deportiva de Lanzarote
Attendance: 350
Referee: Juan Pedro Duque Ferrer
20 August 2012 Joan GamperBarcelona Spain0 – 1Italy SampdoriaBarcelona
22:00 CEST Report Soriano Goal 1' Stadium: Camp Nou
Attendance: 55,498
Referee: Fernando Teixeira Vitienes
29 August 2012 Trofeo VallecasRayo Vallecano Spain1 – 2United Arab Emirates Al AinMadrid
19:30 CEST Quero Goal 86' Report Ismail Goal 8'
Aziz Fayed Goal 30'
Stadium: Campo de Vallecas
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: José Luis Lesma López
30 August 2012 Trofeo Alcalde Villa de Los BarriosLos Barrios Spain1 – 6Spain SevillaLos Barrios
21:00 CEST Abel Goal 25' Report Alfaro Goal 8'72'
Rubio Goal 46' (51)
Trochoswki Goal 78'87'
Stadium: San Rafael
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Pedro Lobatón Sánchez
5 September 2012 Trofeo AlcarriaGuadalajara Spain2 – 2
(4 – 2 p)
Spain Rayo VallecanoGuadalajara
20:00 CEST Susaeta Goal 28'
Kepa Goal 64'
Report Sueliton Goal 44'
Perea Goal 75'
Stadium: Pedro Escartín
Attendance: 1,200
Referee: Dámaso Arcediano Monescillo
Penalties
Badía Penalty scored
Antón Penalty missed
Kepa Penalty scored
Ortiz Penalty scored
Espín Penalty scored
Trashorras Penalty missed
Adrián Penalty scored
José Carlos Penalty scored
Bille Penalty missed
5 September 2012 Trofeo Ayuntamiento de SegoviaGimnástica Segoviana Spain0 – 0
(4 – 5 p)
Spain GetafeSegovia
20:00 CEST Report Stadium: La Albuera
Attendance: 200
Referee: Francisco José Manso García
Penalties
Calleja Penalty scored
Borja Penalty scored
Owen Penalty scored
Lázaro Penalty missed
Brañas Penalty scored
Colunga Penalty scored
Pedro León Penalty scored
Torres Penalty scored
Mané Penalty scored
Gavilán Penalty scored
5 September 2012 Trofeo PucheroAlcorcón Spain2 – 1Spain ZaragozaAlcorcón
21:00 CEST Morán Goal 8'
Riera Goal 70'
Report Aranda Goal 19' Stadium: Santo Domingo
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Jorge Valdés Aller
6 September 2012 Ciutat d'AlcoiAlcoyano Spain0 – 3Spain ValenciaAlcoi
21:00 CEST Report Barragán Goal 18'
Piatti Goal 51'
Viera Goal 88'
Stadium: El Collao
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Francisco Javier Barberá Fuentes
7 September 2012 Ciudad de ValladolidValladolid Spain2 – 2
(1 – 3 p)
Spain Athletic BilbaoValladolid
20:00 CEST Ebert Goal 6'
Neira Goal 86'
Report Ibai Goal 36'
Toquero Goal 87'
Stadium: Nuevo José Zorrilla
Attendance: 6,638
Referee: José Luis González González
Penalties
Peña Penalty missed
Sastre Penalty scored
Baraja Penalty missed
Neira Penalty missed
San José Penalty scored
Aduriz Penalty missed
Ibai Penalty missed
Iturraspe Penalty scored
Aurtenetxe Penalty scored
26 September 2012 Trofeo BernabéuReal Madrid Spain8 – 0Colombia MillonariosMadrid
20:30 CEST Kaká Goal 14'38'60' (pen.)
Callejón Goal 23'68'
Morata Goal 31'36'
Benzema Goal 79'
Report Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Carlos del Cerro Grande
10 October 2012 Torneo Fiestas de San NicasioLeganés Spain1 – 2Spain Rayo VallecanoLeganés
20:00 CEST Quero Goal 12' Report Bille Goal 17'
Alcañiz Goal 57'
Stadium: Municipal de Butarque
Attendance: 1,000
Referee: Hugo José López Puerta
10 October 2012 Trofeo del OlivoReal Jaén Spain1 – 0Spain BetisJaén
21:00 CEST Elady Goal 53' Report Stadium: Nuevo La Victoria
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Jesús Benjumea Álvarez
11 October 2012 Trofeo Luis OteroPontevedra Spain2 – 2
(3 – 4 p)
Spain Deportivo La CoruñaPontevedra
20:15 CEST Tubo Goal 50'
Moisés Goal 60'
Report Saúl Goal 47'
Camuñas Goal 56'
Stadium: Pasarón
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Manuel Vidal Araujo
Penalties
Moisés Penalty missed
Pacheco Penalty missed
Breogán Penalty scored
Emilio Penalty scored
Jacobo Penalty scored
Buba [13] Penalty missed
Saúl Penalty missed
Aythami Penalty scored
Juan Domínguez Penalty missed
André Penalty scored
Valerón Penalty scored
Ayoze Penalty scored
12 October 2012 Canal de Castilla TrophyValladolid Spain0 – 1Spain GetafeMedina de Rioseco
17:00 CEST Report Fraile Goal 22' Stadium: Municipal de Medina de Rioseco
Attendance: 1,500
Referee: Jorge Gaspar Barajas
6 February 2013 Ourense Termal TrophyOurense Spain1 – 2Spain Celta VigoOurense
21:00 CEST Arce Goal 71' Report Mina Goal 17'
García Goal 63'
Stadium: O Couto
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Aitor Cid Puga

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