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The Copa Iberoamericana (Spanish: Ibero-American Cup) or Copa Iberia, is an international official football competition. It was created to face the champions of the Copa de Oro Nicolás Leoz and the Copa del Rey, because of an agreement signed between CONMEBOL and the Royal Spanish Football Federation.

Copa Iberoamericana
Copa Iberia
The trophy awarded to champions
Organising bodyCONMEBOL
RFEF
Founded1994
Abolished1994; 25 years ago (1994)
RegionSouth America
Spain
Number of teams2
Related competitionsCopa Oro N. Leoz
Copa del Rey
Most successful club(s)Spain Real Madrid
(1 title)

It was disputed only once between Boca Juniors and Real Madrid in 1994, with victory to the Spanish club. After two decades, in 2015 CONMEBOL recognised the Copa Iberoamericana as an official tournament.[1]

Contents

Match detailsEdit

First legEdit

Real Madrid  3–1  Boca Juniors
Hierro   34'
Morales   70'79'
MacAllister   85'
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Real Madrid
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Boca Juniors
GK 1   Francisco Buyo
DF 2   Chendo
DF 6   Fernando Hierro
DF '   Rafael Alkorta
DF 3   Mikel Lasa   75'
MF 8   Míchel
MF 5   Luis Milla   86'
MF 10   Robert Prosinečki   46'
FW   Dani   67'
FW 11   Rafael Martín Vázquez
FW 9   Iván Zamorano
Substitutes:
DF   Nando   75'
MF   Sandro   46'
FW 17   José Luis Morales   67'
Manager:
  Vicente del Bosque
GK 1   Navarro Montoya   2'
DF 4   Diego Soñora
DF 2   Juan Simón
DF 6   Carlos Moya
DF 3   Carlos MacAllister   33'
MF 8   Julio Saldaña
MF 5   Leonardo Peralta
MF 10   Alberto Márcico
FW 7   Sergio Martínez   2'
FW 9   Rubén da Silva   67'
FW 11   Ivo Basay   70'
Substitutes:
GK 12   Esteban Pogany   2'
FW 16   Luis Alberto Carranza   67'
MF 15   Carlos Tapia   70'
Manager:
  César Luis Menotti

Second legEdit

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Boca Juniors
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Real Madrid
GK 1   Esteban Pogany
DF 4   Julio Saldaña   26'
DF 2   Luis Adrián Medero
DF 6   Raúl Noriega
DF 3   Rodolfo Arruabarrena
MF 8   Alejandro Farías
MF 5   Alberto Naveda
MF 7   Marcelo Tejera
MF 10   Carlos Daniel Tapia
FW 9   Rubén da Silva
FW 11   Luis Alberto Carranza
Substitutes:
DF   Carlos Moya   26'
Manager:
  César Luis Menotti
GK 1   Francisco Buyo
DF 2   Chendo
DF 3   Marcos
DF 4   Nando
DF 5   Luis Milla
MF 6   Mikel Antía
MF 7   Velasco   87'
MF 8   Míchel
FW 9   Dani   80'
FW 10   Robert Prosinečki
FW 11   Martín Vázquez
Substitutes:
DF   Luis Miguel Ramis   87'
FW   José Luis Morales   80'
Manager:
  Vicente del Bosque

Real Madrid wons 4-3 on aggregate

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