2016 Copa de España de Futsal

The 2016 Copa de España de Fútbol Sala is the 27th staging of the Copa de España de Fútbol Sala. It takes place in Guadalajara, Castilla-La Mancha from 10 – 13 March. The matches are played at Palacio Multiusos for up to 5,894 seats. The tournament is hosted by Castilla-La Mancha regional government, Guadalajara municipality & LNFS. Ciudad Real hosts Copa de España for first time.

2016 Copa de España de Futsal
Copa de España Guadalajara 2016
Tournament details
Host countrySpain
Dates10 – 13 March
Teams8
Venue(s)Palacio Multiusos (in Guadalajara host cities)
Final positions
ChampionsMovistar Inter (9th title)
Runners-upElPozo Murcia
Tournament statistics
Matches played7
Goals scored48 (6.86 per match)
Attendance30,000 (4,286 per match)
Best player(s)Carlos Ortiz
2015
2017

Defending champions are Jaén Paraíso Interior, that caused a great upset last year when defeated seeded No.3, FC Barcelona in the Final could not defend the title due to failed to qualify to the tournament.

Movistar Inter won its ninth title after defeating ElPozo Murcia 2–1 in the Final.

Qualified teamsEdit

The qualified teams were the eight first teams on standings at midseason.[1]

# Team P W D L G+ G- Dif Pts
1 Movistar Inter 15 14 1 0 77 30 47 43
2 FC Barcelona Lassa 15 12 2 1 76 36 40 38
7 Magna Gurpea 15 9 3 3 63 37 26 30
3 ElPozo Murcia 15 9 3 3 59 40 19 30
4 Palma Futsal 15 7 4 4 47 38 9 25
6 Aspil Vidal R.N. 15 5 7 3 41 36 5 22
5 Catgas Energia S.C. 15 6 3 6 63 65 −2 21
8 Burela Pescados Rubén 15 6 3 6 49 59 −3 21

VenueEdit

Guadalajara
Palacio Multiusos
Capacity: 5,894
 

MatchesEdit

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
         
7 Catgas Energia S.C. 4
8 Burela Pescados Rubén 6
8 Burela Pescados Rubén 3
1 Movistar Inter 6
1 Movistar Movistar 8
5 Palma Futsal 0
1 Movistar Inter 2
4 ElPozo Murcia 1
4 ElPozo Murcia 2
6 Aspil Vidal R.N. 1
4 ElPozo Murcia 5
2 FC Barcelona Lassa 3
2 FC Barcelona Lassa 5
3 Magna Gurpea 2

Quarter-finalsEdit

10 March Catgas Energia S.C. 4–6 Burela Pescados Rubén Guadalajara
19:00 (UTC+1) Adolfo   13', 39'
Dani Salgado   16', 35'
Report Petry   9', 17'
Chano   9'
Míguez   15'
Antoñito   16'
Chino   32'
Stadium: Palacio Multiusos
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Gutiérrez Lumbreras, Lope Díaz
10 March Movistar Inter 8–0 Palma Futsal Guadalajara
21:15 (UTC+1) Rafael   13', 36'
Borja   24', 33'
Ortiz   24'
Darlan   26'
Rivillos   30'
Daniel   32'
Report Stadium: Palacio Multiusos
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Peña Díaz, Peña Gómez
11 March ElPozo Murcia 2–1 Aspil Vidal R.N. Guadalajara
19:00 (UTC+1) Álex   4'
Raúl Campos   6'
Report Joselito   16' Stadium: Palacio Multiusos
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Juan Cerdá, Martínez García
11 March FC Barcelona Lassa 5–2 Magna Gurpea Guadalajara
21:15 (UTC+1) Sergio Lozano   12'
Batería   14', 15', 34'
Wilde   20'
Report Eseverri   1'
Rafa Usín   24'
Stadium: Palacio Multiusos
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Rabadán Sáinz, Martínez Flores

Semi-finalsEdit

12 March Burela Pescados Rubén 3–6 Movistar Inter Guadalajara
18:00 (UTC+1) Chino   8'
Hélder   10'
Míguez   25'
Report Ortiz   11'
Rafael   12'
Herrero   16'
Borja   20'
Cardinal   33'
Ricardinho   39'
Stadium: Palacio Multiusos
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Juan Cerdá, Martínez García
12 March ElPozo Murcia 5–3 FC Barcelona Lassa Guadalajara
20:15 (UTC+1) Saad   19' (o.g.)
Lima   24'
Bebe   27'
Miguelín   32'
Matteus   40'
Report Tolrà   16'
Sergio Lozano   20'
Batería   27'
Stadium: Palacio Multiusos
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Gutiérrez Lumbreras, Lope Díaz

FinalEdit

13 March Movistar Inter 2–1 ElPozo Murcia Guadalajara
20:15 (UTC+1) Carlos Ortiz   21'
Ricardinho   23'
Report Bebe   20' Stadium: Palacio Multiusos
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Peña Díaz, Peña Gómez


2016 Copa de España winners
 
Movistar Inter
Ninth title


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