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Torneo di Viareggio

Viareggio Cup World Football Tournament Coppa Carnevale
Founded 1949
Region Italy
Number of teams 48
Current champions Milan
Most successful club(s) Milan (9 titles)
Television broadcasters RAI
Website Official Website (italian)

The Torneo di Viareggio (English: Viareggio Tournament), official name Viareggio Cup World Football Tournament Coppa Carnevale, is one of the most important youth football tournaments in the world.[1] It is officially recognized by CONI, FIGC, UEFA and FIFA. It is held each year in Viareggio, Tuscany and its surroundings, starting on the begins the third last Carnival Monday. The tournament runs for a fortnight, and finishes on the last Monday of Carnival. For this reason, it is also known as Coppa Carnevale (Carnival Cup).

Contents

  • Winners 1
    • By year 1.1
    • By club 1.2
  • Golden Boy Award 2
    • Winners 2.1
  • External links 3
  • References 4

Winners

By year

Year Winner Runner-up
1949 AC Milan Lazio
1950 Sampdoria AS Roma
1951 Partizan Belgrade Sampdoria
1952 AC Milan Partizan Belgrade
1953 AC Milan Juventus
1954 Lanerossi Vicenza Juventus
1955 Lanerossi Vicenza Sampdoria
1956 Spartak Prague AC Milan
1957 AC Milan AS Roma
1958 Sampdoria Fiorentina
1959 AC Milan Partizan Belgrade
1960 AC Milan Dukla Prague
1961 Juventus Lanerossi Vicenza
1962 Inter Milan Fiorentina
1963 Sampdoria Bologna
1964 Dukla Prague Bologna
1965 Genoa Juventus
1966 Fiorentina Dukla Prague
1967 Bologna Fiorentina
1968 Dukla Prague Juventus
1969 Atalanta Napoli
1970 Dukla Prague AC Milan
1971 Inter Milan AC Milan
1972 Dukla Prague Inter Milan
1973 Fiorentina Bologna
1974 Fiorentina Lazio
1975 Napoli Lazio
1976 Dukla Prague AC Milan
1977 Sampdoria AC Milan
1978 Fiorentina AS Roma
1979 Fiorentina Perugia
1980 Dukla Prague Lazio
1981 AS Roma Ipswich Town
1982 Fiorentina Ipswich Town
1983 AS Roma Inter Milan
1984 Torino Napoli
1985 Torino AS Roma
1986 Inter Milan Sampdoria
1987 Torino Fiorentina
1988 Fiorentina Torino
1989 Torino AS Roma
1990 Cesena Napoli
1991 AS Roma Napoli
1992 Fiorentina AS Roma
1993 Atalanta AC Milan
1994 Juventus Fiorentina
1995 Torino Fiorentina
1996 Brescia Parma
1997 Bari Torino
1998 Torino Irineu
1999 AC Milan Varteks
2000 Empoli Fiorentina
2001 AC Milan Vitória
2002 Inter Milan Torino
2003 Juventus Slavia Prague
2004 Juventus Empoli
2005 Juventus Genoa
2006 Juventud Juventus
2007 Genoa AS Roma
2008 Inter Milan Empoli
2009 Juventus Sampdoria
2010 Juventus Empoli
2011 Inter Milan Fiorentina
2012 Juventus AS Roma
2013 Anderlecht AC Milan
2014 AC Milan Anderlecht

By club

Club Winners Runners-up Winning Years

Asim

AC Milan 9 6 1949, 1952, 1953, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1999, 2001, 2014
Fiorentina 8 8 1966, 1973, 1974, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1988, 1992
Juventus 8 5 1961, 1994, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2012
Torino 6 3 1984, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1995, 1998
Dukla Prague 6 2 1964, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1976, 1980
Inter Milan 6 2 1962, 1971, 1986, 2002, 2008, 2011
Sampdoria 4 4 1950, 1958, 1963, 1977
AS Roma 3 8 1981, 1983, 1991
Genoa 2 1 1965, 2007
Vicenza 2 1 1954, 1955
Atalanta 2 - 1969, 1993
Napoli 1 4 1975
Bologna 1 3 1967
Empoli 1 3 2000
Partizan Belgrade 1 2 1951
Anderlecht 1 1 2013
Bari 1 - 1997
Brescia 1 - 1996
Cesena 1 - 1990
Juventud 1 - 2006
Sparta Prague 1 - 1956
Lazio - 4 -
Ipswich Town - 2 -
Irineu - 1 -
Parma - 1 -
Perugia - 1 -
Slavia Prague - 1 -
Varteks - 1 -
Vitória - 1 -

Golden Boy Award

Since 2009, the Torneo di Vareggio Golden Boy award is given to the best talent in the tournament (including goalkeepers). The player who collects the most votes by a jury composed of sports journalists accompanying the event is the winner.

The jury will be composed of:

Winners

Year Player Country Club
2009 Guido Marilungo  Italy Sampdoria
2010 Ciro Immobile  Italy Juventus
2011 Simone Dell'Agnello  Italy Internazionale
2012 Leonardo Spinazzola  Italy Juventus
2013 Bryan Cristante  Italy AC Milan

External links

  • Official website

References

  1. ^ "The Viareggio tournament - The first step to greatness". Retrieved February 20, 2012. 
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