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Copa de Campeones Juvenil de Fútbol

Copa de Campeones Juvenil de Fútbol
Country  Spain
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams 8
Domestic cup(s) Copa del Rey
Current champions Sevilla
(2012–13)
Website rfef.es
2012–13 season
The Copa de Campeones de Juvenil is the tournament created by the RFEF to determine the overall youth champion of Spain.

Champions

Season Winner Runner-up Score
1995–96 Deportivo Real Madrid 2–1
1996–97 Real Madrid Sevilla 2–0
1997–98 Real Sociedad Valencia 2–1
1998–99 Real Sociedad Sevilla 0–0
1999–00 Real Madrid Barcelona 4–2
2000–01 Osasuna Atlético Madrid 1–0
2001–02 Atlético Madrid Zaragoza 3–0
2002–03 Málaga Espanyol 2–0
2003–04 Sporting Espanyol 0–0
2004–05 Barcelona Sporting 3–1
2005–06 Real Madrid Valladolid 1–0
2006–07 Valencia Real Madrid 3–1
2007–08 Espanyol Villarreal 2–1
2008–09 Barcelona Celta 2–0
2009–10 Real Madrid Valencia 3–1
2010–11 Barcelona Real Madrid 3–1
2011–12 Sevilla Espanyol 1–0
2012–13 Sevilla Celta 3–2

Performance by club

Team Winners Runners-up Winning years
Real Madrid 4 3 1997, 2000, 2006, 2010
Barcelona 3 1 2005, 2009, 2011
Sevilla 2 2 2012, 2013
Real Sociedad 2 0 1998, 1999
Espanyol 1 3 2008
Valencia 1 2 2007
Atlético Madrid 1 1 2002
Sporting 1 1 2004
Deportivo 1 0 1996
Osasuna 1 0 2001
Málaga 1 0 2003
Celta 0 2
Zaragoza 0 1
Valladolid 0 1
Villarreal 0 1

See also

External links

  • RFEF site
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