Audi cup


Audi Cup

Audi Cup

The Audi Cup is a biennial two-day pre-season football tournament that features four teams, and is staged at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany. It is held on odd years since 2009, opposite the FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro, before the start of the Bundesliga season.

History

The first Audi Cup in 2009 was organised and promoted by car manufacturer Audi AG to celebrate their 100th year of trading and was won by hosts Bayern Munich. It was held in place of the Franz-Beckenbauer-Cup, which took place in 2007, 2008 and 2010. The second edition of the Audi Cup took place in 2011 and was won by Spain's Barcelona. Bayern Munich won their second Audi Cup in 2013 with a 2–1 win over Manchester City and their third Audi Cup in 2015, with a 1–0 win over Real Madrid.

Editions

Year Winners Score Runners-up Third place Score Fourth place Venue
2009 Bayern Munich 0–0 (7–6 p) Manchester United Boca Juniors 1–1 (4–3 p) Milan Allianz Arena, Munich
2011 Barcelona 2–0 Bayern Munich Internacional 2–2 (2–0 p) Milan Allianz Arena, Munich
2013 Bayern Munich 2–1 Manchester City Milan 1–0 São Paulo Allianz Arena, Munich
2015 Bayern Munich 1–0 Real Madrid Tottenham Hotspur 2–0 Milan Allianz Arena, Munich
2017 Atlético Madrid 1–1 (5–4 p) Liverpool Napoli 2–0 Bayern Munich Allianz Arena, Munich

Performance by team

Audi Cup is hosted by Bayern Munich, who have participated in the competition all five times, and excluding them, Milan has participated in four Audi Cup tournaments. Barcelona were invited in 2011 and won the cup in their only participation.

Team Winners Runners-up Third place Fourth place
Bayern Munich 3 (2009, 2013, 2015) 1 (2011) 1 (2017)
Barcelona 1 (2011)
Atlético Madrid 1 (2017)
Real Madrid 1 (2015)
Manchester United 1 (2009)
Manchester City 1 (2013)
Liverpool 1 (2017)
Milan 1 (2013) 3 (2009, 2011, 2015)
Boca Juniors 1 (2009)
Internacional 1 (2011)
Tottenham Hotspur 1 (2015)
Napoli 1 (2017)
São Paulo 1 (2013)

Top goalscorers

Position Player Club Goals
1 Thomas Müller Bayern Munich 3
Thiago
2 Leandro Damião Internacional 2
Edin Džeko Manchester City
Stephan El Shaarawy Milan
Zlatan Ibrahimović
Robert Lewandowski Bayern Munich
Mario Mandžukić

See also

  • Uli Hoeneß Cup

External links

  • Official website

en.wikipedia.org

2015 Audi Cup

2015 Audi Cup

The 2015 Audi Cup was the fourth edition of the Audi Cup, a two-day association football tournament that featured four teams and was played at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany. The competition hosted the 2009 Audi Cup winners Bayern Munich, the 2014 UEFA Champions league winners Real Madrid, 18-time Italian champions Milan, and eight-time FA Cup and two times UEFA Cup winners Tottenham Hotspur.

Participating teams

  • Bayern Munich[1]
  • Real Madrid[1]
  • Milan[2]
  • Tottenham Hotspur[2]

Competition format

The competition took the format of a regular knock-out competition. The winners of each of the two matches on the first day competed against each other for the Audi Cup, while the two losing sides played in a third-place match. The trophy contested over two days, each day seeing two matches played back-to-back.

  Semi-finals Final
             
  4 August
 
  Real Madrid 2
  5 August
  Tottenham Hotspur 0
  Real Madrid 0
  4 August
  Bayern Munich 1
  Bayern Munich 3
 
  Milan 0
  Third Place
 
  5 August
 
  Tottenham Hotspur 2
 
  Milan 0

Matches

All times are local (CEST / UTC+02:00)

Semi-finals

Real Madrid v Tottenham Hotspur

4 August 2015 18:15
Real Madrid 2–0 Tottenham Hotspur
Rodríguez  36' Bale  79' Report
Allianz Arena, Munich Attendance: 71,000 Referee: Günter Perl (Germany)

Bayern Munich v Milan

4 August 2015 20:45
Bayern Munich 3–0 Milan
Bernat  23' Götze  74' Lewandowski  85' Report
Allianz Arena, Munich Attendance: 71,000 Referee: Peter Sippel (Germany)

Third place match-up

Tottenham Hotspur v Milan

5 August 2015 18:15
Tottenham Hotspur 2–0 Milan
Chadli  8' Carroll  71' Report
Allianz Arena, Munich Attendance: 70,000 Referee: Robert Hartmann (Germany)

Final

Real Madrid v Bayern Munich

5 August 2015 20:45
Real Madrid 0–1 Bayern Munich
Report Lewandowski  88'
Allianz Arena, Munich Attendance: 70,000 Referee: Felix Brych (Germany)

Goalscorers

2 goals
  • Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich)
1 goal
  • Gareth Bale (Real Madrid)
  • Juan Bernat (Bayern Munich)
  • Tom Carroll (Tottenham Hotspur)
  • Nacer Chadli (Tottenham Hotspur)
  • James Rodríguez (Real Madrid)
  • Mario Götze (Bayern Munich)

References

  1. ^ a b c Uersfeld, Stephan (19 May 2015). "Real Madrid to join Bayern Munich in Audi Cup in August". ESPN FC. Retrieved 31 May 2015. 
  2. ^ a b Gallagher, Sean (3 June 2015). "Gareth Bale to face former club Tottenham in Audi Cup, as Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and AC Milan make the rest of the line-up". Daily Mail. Retrieved 3 June 2015. 

en.wikipedia.org

2013 Audi Cup

2013 Audi Cup

The 2013 Audi Cup was the third edition of the Audi Cup, a two-day association football tournament that featured four teams, and was played at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany. The competition hosted the 2009 Audi Cup winners Bayern Munich, the 2012 Copa Sudamericana champions São Paulo, the 2011–12 Premier League champions Manchester City and perennial Serie A contenders Milan.[2] The English and Brazilian clubs made their first appearances in the competition, while Bayern, as hosts, and Milan have been present in every Audi Cup so far. The winners of the tournament were Bayern Munich, who beat Manchester City 2–1 in the final. Milan defeated São Paulo 1–0 in the third place play-off.

Prior to the semi-final match between Bayern Munich and São Paulo, as the Bayern goalkeepers were warming up, advertising billboards located around the field were showing fan messages published via their Twitter profiles using the hashtag #HelloAudiCup. One of the displayed messages stated, "Ei, Douglas, vai tomar no cu" ("Hey, Douglas, go fuck yourself!").[3] It was sent by @DarkFabuloso, a fake profile that satirizes São Paulo player Luís Fabiano, and was inadvertently approved by the staff responsible for selecting and displaying the messages.[3]

Participating teams

  •  Bayern Munich (Germany)
  •  Manchester City (England)
  •  Milan (Italy)
  •  São Paulo (Brazil)

Competition format

The competition took the format of the latter stages of a regular knock-out competition. The winners of each of the two matches on the first day competed against each other for the Audi Cup, whilst the two losing sides playing in a third-place match. The trophy was contested over two days, each day seeing two matches played back-to-back. The official matchups were announced on 19 June 2013.[4]

Semi-finals 31 July Final 1 August
  Manchester City   5  
  Milan   3  
 
      Manchester City   1
    Bayern Munich   2
Third place
  Bayern Munich   2   Milan   1
  São Paulo   0     São Paulo   0

Matches

All times are local (CEST; UTC+02:00).

Semi-finals

Manchester City v Milan

31 July 2013 18:15
Manchester City 5–3 Milan
Silva  3' Richards  19' Kolarov  22' Džeko  32', 36' Report El Shaarawy  37', 39' Petagna  43'
Allianz Arena, Munich Attendance: 35,000 Referee: Peter Sippel (Germany)

Bayern Munich v São Paulo

31 July 2013 20:30
Bayern Munich 2–0 São Paulo
Mandžukić  55' Weiser  86' Report
Allianz Arena, Munich Attendance: 56,500[5] Referee: Deniz Aytekin (Germany)

Third place play-off

Milan v São Paulo

1 August 2013 18:15
Milan 1–0 São Paulo
K. Boateng  52' Report
Allianz Arena, Munich Attendance: 35,000 Referee: Günter Perl (Germany)

Final

Manchester City v Bayern Munich

1 August 2013 20:30
Manchester City 1–2 Bayern Munich
Negredo  61' Report Müller  66' (pen.) Mandžukić  72'
Allianz Arena, Munich Attendance: 68,000[6] Referee: Wolfgang Stark (Germany)

Goalscorers

2 goals
  • Mario Mandžukić (Bayern Munich)
  • Edin Džeko (Manchester City)
  • Stephan El Shaarawy (Milan)
1 goal
  • Thomas Müller (Bayern Munich)
  • Mitchell Weiser (Bayern Munich)
  • Aleksandar Kolarov (Manchester City)
  • Álvaro Negredo (Manchester City)
  • Micah Richards (Manchester City)
  • David Silva (Manchester City)
  • Kingsley Boateng (Milan)
  • Andrea Petagna (Milan)

References

  1. ^ "City to 'meet the best' at Munich's Audi Cup 2013". mcfc.co.uk. 7 May 2013. Retrieved 7 May 2013. 
  2. ^ Meet the best. Audi Cup 2013.
  3. ^ a b "Placa de estádio em Munique exibe ofensa de torcedor a são-paulino Douglas". Folha de S. Paulo (in Portuguese). São Paulo: Grupo Folha. 31 July 2013. Retrieved 31 July 2013. 
  4. ^ "Audi-Cup: Bayern trifft auf den FC Sao Paolo". kicker.de. Retrieved 19 June 2013. 
  5. ^ FC Bayern erreicht das Audi-Cup-Finale
  6. ^ Audi-Cup-Sieg! Müller & Mandzukic treffen

External links

  • Official website
  • Audi Cup Schedule & Fixtures

en.wikipedia.org

2011 Audi Cup

2011 Audi Cup

The second edition of the Audi Cup was a two-day association football tournament that featured four teams. It was played at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany. The competition hosted the defending champions Bayern Munich, the 2010 Copa Libertadores champions Internacional, the 2010–11 UEFA Champions League winners Barcelona and the 2007 FIFA Club World Cup champions Milan. The winners of the tournament were Barcelona, beating Bayern Munich 2–0 in the final. Internacional defeated Milan in the third place match after a penalty shoot-out.

Participating teams

  •  Bayern Munich (Germany)
  •  Milan (Italy)
  •  Barcelona (Spain)
  •  Internacional (Brazil)

Competition format

The competition took the format of a regular knock-out competition. The winners of each of the two matches on the first day competed against each other for the Audi Cup, whilst the two losing sides played in a third-place match. The trophy contested over two days, each day seeing two matches played back-to-back. The official matchups were announced on 8 May 2011.[2]

Semi-finals 26 July Final 27 July
18:15
  Barcelona  2 (4)  
  Internacional  2 (2)  
 
20:45
      Barcelona  2
    Bayern Munich  0
Third place
20:45 18:15
  Bayern Munich  1 (5)   Internacional  2 (2)
  Milan  1 (3)     Milan  2 (0)

Matches

All times are local (CEST; UTC+02:00).

Semi-finals

Barcelona v Internacional

26 July 2011 18:15
Barcelona 2–2 Internacional Penalties 4–2
Thiago  15' Dos Santos  63' Report Nei  55' Leandro Damião  85'
  
Villa Dos Santos Carmona Jeffrén Armando Kléber Leandro Damião João Paulo Zé Mário
Allianz Arena, Munich Attendance: 66,000 Referee: Felix Brych (Munich)

Bayern Munich v Milan

26 July 2011 20:45
Bayern Munich 1–1 Milan Penalties 5–3
Kroos  34' Report Ibrahimović  4'
  
Alaba Gómez Müller Kroos Schweinsteiger Robinho Oddo Silva Paloschi
Allianz Arena, Munich Attendance: 66,000 Referee: Peter Sippel (Munich)

Third place play-off

Internacional v Milan

27 July 2011 18:15
Internacional 2–2 Milan Penalties 2–0
Leandro Damião  23' D'Alessandro  80' Report Ibrahimović  3' Pato  60'
  
D'Alessandro Nei Glaydson Valoti Cassano Oddo Pato
Allianz Arena, Munich Attendance: 66,000 Referee: Günter Perl (Pullach)

Final

Barcelona v Bayern Munich

27 July 2011 20:45
Barcelona 2–0 Bayern Munich
Thiago  42', 75' Report
Allianz Arena, Munich Attendance: 66,000 Referee: Wolfgang Stark (Ergolding)

Goalscorers

3 goals
  • Thiago (Barcelona)
2 goals
  • Leandro Damião (Internacional)
  • Zlatan Ibrahimović (Milan)
1 goal
  • Jonathan dos Santos (Barcelona)
  • Nei (Internacional)
  • Andrés D'Alessandro (Internacional)
  • Toni Kroos (Bayern Munich)
  • Alexandre Pato (Milan)

Television broadcasters

The competition was broadcast in the United Kingdom on ITV4. It was also broadcast in other countries, including Rai Sport in Italy.

References

  1. ^ "Inter recebe liberação da CBF para disputar torneio em Munique". clicrbs. 22 March 2011. Retrieved 27 March 2011. 
  2. ^ "Audi Cup 2011 official website". Retrieved 15 July 2011. 
  • "Parade of stars to contest Audi Cup in Munich". fcbayern.t-home.de. Bayern Munich. 3 March 2009. Archived from the original on 22 April 2009. Retrieved 30 May 2009. 

External links

  • Official website

en.wikipedia.org

Audi Cup 2009 - это... Что такое Audi Cup 2009?

Audi Cup 2009 — 1-й розыгрыш международного двухдневного футбольного клубного турнира, организованный в межсезонье 2009 года автомобильной компанией Audi в честь своего столетия. Турнир проводился на стадионе «Аллианц Арена» в Мюнхене, Германия с 29 по 30 июля.

Представление турнира прошло на Женевском автосалоне 3 марта 2009 года. Проводил представление известный датский автогонщик Том Кристенсен. Дженарро Гаттузо («Милан»), Уэс Браун («Манчестер Юнайтед»), Карлос Бьянки («Бока Хуниорс») и Вилли Саньоль (Бавария) представляли там свои клубы.

Команды-участники

Формат турнира

В первый день турнира, 29 июля, было сыграно два полуфинальных матча. Победители этих матчей разыграли в финальном матче Кубок Audi, а проигравшие в полуфиналах — разыграли третье место. Матч за третье место и финал состоялись 30 июля.[1]

Матчи

Полуфиналы

29 июля 2009 18:30 CET Аллианц Арена, Мюнхен Зрителей: 61 000 Судья: Вольфганг Штарк (Германия)
Бока Хуниорс: Аббондансьери, Касерес, Форлин, Родригес, Агуерра, Медель, Рикельме (Марино, 88), Баттаглиа, Инсуа, Палермо (Виатри, 81), Ноир (Чавез, 46).

Манчестер Юнайтед: Кущак, О'Ши, Каркарт, Фабио да Силва(Эвра, 77), Каррик (Скоулз, 77), Браун (Фердинанд, 36), Валенсия (Луиш, 68), Андерсон (Флетчер, 77), Пак Джи Сон (Гиггз, 68), Руни, Македа (Бербатов, 68).

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29 июля 2009 20:45 CET Аллианц Арена, Мюнхен Зрителей: 61 000 Судья: Гюнтер Перл (Германия)
Бавария: Бутт, Браафхейд (Швайнштайгер, 46), ван Бюйтен (Демикелис, 63), Бадштубер (Брено, 63), Лам, Алтынтоп (Тимощук, 63), ван Боммел (Оттль, 63), Мюллер, Праньич, Гомес (Сене, 80), Соса (Баумйоханн, 63).

Милан: Сторари, Дзамбротта (Антонини, 74), Неста (Оньеву, 63), Тиаго Силва (Каладзе, 74), Фавалли (Оддо, 63), Абате (Ди Дженнаро, 74), Фламини, Пирло, Янкуловски (Гаттузо, 46), Роналдиньо (Боррьелло, 46), Пато.

ван Боммель 35'

Матч за третье место

30 июля 2009 18:30 CET
Бока Хуниорс 1:1 (0:1) (п.4:3) Отчёт Милан
Виатри 87' Голы Тиаго 27'
Аллианц Арена, Мюнхен Зрителей: 61 000 Судья: Питер Сиппель (Германия)
Серия пенальти: 1:0 – Палермо, 1:1 – Роналдиньо, 2:1 – Рикельме, 2:1 – Пирло(вратарь), 2:1 – Инсуа(вратарь), 2:2 – Янкуловски, 3:2 – Форлин, 3:3 – Тиаго, 4:3 – Виатри, 4:3 – Пато(вратарь)

Бока Хуниорс: Абондансьери, Гунино (Инсуа, 46), Палетто, Сауро, Форлин, Чавес, Круповиеса (Монсин, 62), Гаитан (Рикельме, 63), Мауро, Моуче (Палермо, 74), Виатри Милан: Сторари, Оддо (Дзамбротта, 46), Оньеву (Индзаги, 74), Тиаго Силва, Антонини, Абате (Янкуловски, 76), Гаттузо (Фламини, 66), Амброзини (Пирло, 46), Роналдиньо, Пато, Боррьелло (Зигони, 81)

Абате 45'

Финал

30 июля 2009 20:45 CET
Бавария 0:0 (0:0) (п.7:6) Отчёт Манчестер Юнайтед
Аллианц Арена, Мюнхен Зрителей: 61 000
Серия пенальти: 0:1 - Гиггз, 1:1 - Баумйоханн, 1:2 - Андерсон, 2:2 - Браафхейд, 2:3 - Нани, 3:3 - Алтынтоп, 3:3 - Эвра(вратарь), 3:3 - Праньич(вратарь), 3:4 - Руни, 4:4 - Соса, 4:5 - Флетчер, 5:5 - Оттль, 5:6 - Скоулз, 6:6 - Бадштрубер, 6:6 - Эванс(вратарь), 7:6 - ван Бюйтен

Бавария: Рензинг, Браафхейд, Демикелис (ван Бюйтен, 64), Брено (Бадштрубер, 64), Лам (Праньич, 64), Швайнштайгер (Соса, 64), Тимощук (Оттль, 77), ван Боммел (Алтынтоп, 46), Баумйоханн, Гомес (Герлитц, 64), Мюллер (Сене, 77). Манчестер Юнайтед: ван дер Сар, Гибсон (Валенсия, 64), Фердинанд (Каркарт, 71), Эванс, Эвра, Гиггз, Флетчер, Скоулз, Нани, Бербатов (Руни, 78), Оуэн (Андерсон, 78)

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