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The Artemio Franchi Trophy was an official competition[1] held twice (1985 and 1993) between the champions of the UEFA European Championship and the Copa América. It was the national team equivalent to the Intercontinental Cup featuring the top European and South American clubs, and can be considered a precursor of the King Fahd Cup, played in 1992 for the first time and renamed the FIFA Confederations Cup after FIFA took over its organization for the third edition in 1997.

The trophy was named after the late Artemio Franchi, former President of UEFA who died in a road accident in 1983.

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EditionsEdit

1985Edit

France  
(UEFA Euro 1984 winners)
2–0  Uruguay
(1983 Copa América winners)
Rocheteau   5'
Touré   56'
Attendance: 20,405
Referee: Abel Gnecco (Argentina)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
France
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Uruguay
GK 1 Joël Bats
DF 2 Michel Bibard
DF 4 Yvon Le Roux
DF 5 Maxime Bossis
DF 3 William Ayache
MF 6 Alain Giresse
MF 7 Luis Fernández
MF 10 Michel Platini (c)
MF 8 Thierry Tusseau
FW 11 José Touré
FW 9 Dominique Rocheteau
Manager:
Henri Michel
GK 1 Rodolfo Rodríguez (c)
DF Víctor Diogo
DF Nelson Gutiérrez
DF Darío Pereyra
DF José Batista   77'
MF Mario Saralegui
MF Miguel Bossio
MF Sergio Santín
MF Venancio Ramos
FW Enzo Francescoli   77'
FW Gustavo Dalto
Substitutions:
MF Jorge Barrios   77'
FW Wilmar Cabrera   77'
Manager:
Omar Borrás

1993Edit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Argentina
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Denmark
GK 1 Sergio Goycoechea
DF 2 Jorge Borelli
DF 4 Nestor Craviotto   113'
DF 6 Sergio Vázquez
DF 3 Ricardo Altamirano
MF 14 Diego Simeone
MF 5 Alejandro Mancuso
MF 10 Diego Maradona (c)
MF 20 Leonardo Rodríguez   60'
FW 9 Gabriel Batistuta
FW 7 Claudio Caniggia
Substitutions:
DF Darío Franco   60'
MF 15 Julio Saldaña   113'
Manager:
Alfio Basile
GK 1 Peter Schmeichel
DF 2 Jakob Kjeldbjerg
DF 4 Lars Olsen
DF 6 Torben Piechnik   38'
DF 3 Marc Rieper
MF 7 Johnny Mølby
MF 9 Bjarne Goldbæk  
MF 8 Kim Vilfort
MF 5 Henrik Larsen   120'
FW 11 Brian Laudrup
FW 10 Lars Elstrup
Substitutions:
MF 13 Brian Nielsen     38'
MF Michael Larsen   120'
Manager:
Richard Møller Nielsen

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Red del fútbol mundial. UEFA. Consulted January 29 of 2015.

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