Scopigno Cup: Inter wins the tournament 2-0 against Roma
Lazio won third place in the final against NK Domzale (Slovenia)
Photos and list of the winners
Inter wins for the first time the 29th Scopigno Cup Rieti – Amatrice World Football Tournament Under 17, memorial Manlio and Loris Scopigno. In Amatrice, on the “Paride Tilesi” field, the exciting challenge was staged that saw the victory of Inter‘s neroazzurri 2-0 against Roma.
In the final for the third and fourth place between Lazio and NK Domzale (Slovenia) the Lazio won 3-2 against the Slovenians.
Today the National Band of Grenadiers of Sardinia will play the Italian anthem in Amatrice.
The CRAI Tirreno Sole Director Giorgio Annis spoke to Amatrice, who presented the prize to the best scorer “Paolo Rossi” and to the winning team. Luca Balzarotti Retail Area Director Rieti Intesa San Paolo awarded the prize to the runner-up. For the Pulici Prize present Mrs. Paola Pulici and her daughters and Pino Magno, Sole Administrator Umbro Italia.
Francesco Peroni, head of AIA National Observers Commission for 5-a-side Football, Deputy Mayor Massimo Bufacchi, Carabinieri Provincial Commander Col. Bruno Bellini and Provincial Councilor Fabio Nobili also spoke to Amatrice.
“We close this edition which as always reserved great emotions – explained the President of the ASD Scopigno Cup Fabrizio Formichetti – we are already thinking about the next edition which will also land in Rome with a qualifying round”
The ASD Scopigno Cup, organizer of the event, on behalf of the President Fabrizio Formichetti sincerely thanks the sponsors, especially CRAI and CRAI TIRRENO, INTESA SANPAOLO, ERG, AREXONS, SIXTUS, POSTE ITALIANE and the new technical sponsor UMBRO, the brand oldest in the world of football, founded in England in 1924, and the media partners such as RAI SPORT, RADIO RADIO, GAZZETTA DELLO SPORT, TUTTOSPORT, CORRIERE DELLO SPORT who represent the engine and that also in this edition have decided to support and bind the their names to our UNIQUE PROJECTS that include SPORT-CULTURE-TOURISM and above all SOLIDARITY.
CRAI “Paolo Rossi” Top Scorer Award: Francesco Pio Esposito (F.C. Inter)
Best goalkeeper award “Felice Pulici” UMBRO: Francesco Tommasi (F.C. Inter)
Best Player TERRE SABINE: Daniel Quieto (F.C. Inter)
Best Young Promise “Fersini” SANO Award: Daniel Fois (F.C. Inter)
Best Defender Award of the HISTORICAL AMATRICE DAIRY Final: Filip Stankovic (F.C. Inter)
Best Player Award TERRE SABINE: Daniel Quieto (F.C. Interr)
Best Coach of the Tournament SOURCE COTTORELLA: Tiziano Polenghi (F.C. Inter)
AUTOQUATTRO Goalkeeper Best Promise Award: Zan Trivuncevic (N.K. Domzale)
Youngest Player Award VISION OPTICS RINALDUZZI: Sondergaard P.B. (Bronby IF)
Platinum Goal Award HOME SAVINGS: Giordano Cannatelli (S.S. Lazio)
Best Midfielder Award PIZZERIA IL VIALE: Giacomo De Pieri (F.C. Inter)
Best Defender TABACCHERIA CENTRO ITALY Award: Mattia Boldrini (A.S. Roma)
Discipline Award “Luigi Festuccia” SD SERRAMENTI DYNAMIC: Lodigiani Calcio
Fair Play Award “Torquato Cocuccioni” PULIGIEN: Bronby IF
FIRST PLACE CRAI AWARD: F.C. Inter
SECOND PRIZE INTESA SAN PAOLO PRIZE: A.S. Rome
THIRD PLACE: Lazio
FOURTH PLACE: NK Domzale
FINAL 1st and 2nd PLACE: F.C. INTER – A.S. ROME (2-0) – Amatrice – “Paride Tilesi” Stadium
FC INTER: Tommasi; Ciuffo (29 ‘st Casani T.), Stanković (C), Casani I., Castegnaro (1’ st Miconi); Fois (23 ‘Mazzola), Bovo, Berenbruch (30’ + 1 st Gallo); Quieto (10 ‘st De Pieri); Pedrini (1 ‘st Vedovati), Esposito (27’ st Spinaccè).
Available: Cecchini (GK), Ndianefo.
AS ROMA: Mengucci; Cavacchioli (23 ‘st Mulè), Boldrini, Ienco, Bouah; Della Rocca, Cichella, Graziani (C); Rozzi (1 ‘st Touadi); Tarantino (15 ‘st Wiklund), Misitano (23’ st Polletta).
Available: De Franceschi (GK), Morgantini, Plaia, Marazzotti, Cipolletti.
Referee: Mr. Matteo Marchetti of Ostia Lido.
Assistant 1: Mr. Valerio Colarossi from Rome 2.
Assistant 2: Mr. Emanuele Yoshiwaka from Rome 1.
Scorers: 25 ‘Esposito (FC Inter Milan), 25’ st Berenbruch (FC Inter Milan).
Booked: 23 ‘Castegnaro (FC Inter Milan), 11’ st Bovo (FC Inter Milan).
FINAL 3rd and 4th PLACE: SS Lazio – NK Domzale (3-2) – Amatrice – Paride Tilesi Stadium
SS LAZIO: Polidori, Cannatelli, Giranelli, Oliva, Nazzaro, Petta, Giubrone, Di Tommaso, Di Biagio (12 ‘st Bigotti), Di Nunzio (12’ st Reddavide), Zanchetta (12 ‘st Rizzo). Available: Renzetti, Di Venanzio, Zazza, Bigotti, Reddavide, Rizzo. All: D’Urso.
NK DOMŽALE: Štiftar, Jusič (1 ‘st Salešević), Krebs, Remić (Majcen 20’ st), Golič, Staš, Sojer, Budzak (1 ‘st Hodžič), Javorič, Topalović, Bukovec. Available: Trivunčević, Nalo, Karahodžič. Coach: Bratić.
Referee: Mr. Daniele Carrone of Tivoli
Assistant 1: Mr. Alessio Corsini from Rome 1.
Assistant 2: Mr. Francesco Raganelli from Rome 1.
Scorers: Petta 4 ‘pt (SS Lazio), Oliva (SS LAZIO) 26’ pt, Sojer (NK DOMŽALE) 7 ‘st, Bukovec (NK DOMŽALE) 10’ st, Reddavide (SS Lazio) 17 ‘st.