|20 Sep 2000
||Oviedo 0 - 2 Partizan Belgrade
The official inauguration of the
Nuevo Tartiere stadium. Partizan spoilt the party by scoring two goals in the
last five minutes of the match.
|5 Oct 2000
||Jaén 1 - 1 Málaga
Friendly testimonial match in
honour and memory of Tolo Plaza, who managed both sides. Edgar returned to the
Málaga side after almost a year out, and Quaye also made an appearance.
|6 Oct 2000
||Toulouse 1 - 1 Racing Santander
An unfriendly friendly match
played in Bayonne with Manjarín sent off and a referee not prepared to
take prisoners. Preciado reappeared after a month long injury and got the goal
for the Spaniards early on.
|7 Oct 2000
||Monaco 2 - 3 Villarreal
Villarreal beat a Monaco side weakened by
international call-ups. All five goals came in the second half, with
Moisés (2) and Craioveanu scoring for the Spanish side and Simone and
Eloi replying for the hosts.
|29 Nov 2000
||All star match against drugs
Game played in the Nou Camp stadium in
Barcelona for the third year in a row in collaboration with the charity
organization Fundación Proyecto Hombre. In the main match, a Barcelona
XI lost to a Spanish league combination 1-2. Dani scored for Barça from
Litmanen's pass, but Javi Moreno and Ognjenovic replied for the All Stars.
|22 Dec 2000
|| Catalunya 5 - 0 Lithuania
Catalunya beat Lithuania 5-0 in
Barcelona's Nou Camp stadium in front of 50,000 who turned up despite the bad
weather. Espanyol's Oscar scored two and the other goals came from Jordi Cruyff
(who was brought up in Catalunya and therefore qualifies to play), Gerard (a
penalty) and Xavi.
|22 Dec 2000
|| Andalucia 2 - 0 Morocco
Andalucia beat Morocco 2-0, with
goals in the first half from Mallorca's Carlos and Recreativo's Oscar. Madrid's
Fernando Hierro was team captain and Diego Tristán pulled out through
|22 Dec 2000
|| Cantabria 0 - 1 Estonia
Cantabria were missing the likes
of Munitis, De La Peña and Ceballos, and they were beaten 0-1 by Estonia
after Kristal scored in the fifteenth minute. Their best known players were
Real Madrid's Iván Helguera and Racing's Amavisca.
|22 Dec 2000
|| Canary Isles vs Cameroon
Match cancelled after Cameroon pulled out
at short notice.
|23 Dec 2000
|| Asturias 1 - 0 Macedonia
Asturias played their first match in 64
years, and beat Macedonia 1-0 thanks to an individualist goal early in the
second half from Zaragoza's Juanele. Oviedo's international keeper Esteban and
Barcelona's Luis Enrique were amongst their stars.
|29 Dec 2000
|| Euskadi 3 - 2 Morocco
Euskadi beat Morocco 3-2 in a close fought
match in front of a crowd of 37,000 at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao. Urzaiz
scored twice in the first 30 minutes, but Hadda and Regragui levelled the
scores in the second half before De Pedro got the winner in injury
|10 Jan 2001
|| Móstoles 0 - 7 Real Madrid
A run out for the reserves
against this local third division side. Goals by Tote (3), Ognjenovic (2),
Salgado and Guti.
|14 Jan 2001
|| Galatasaray 1 - 2 Bayer Leverkusen
Tounament in Maspalomas, Gran
Canaria, with the above two playing the final, in which four players were sent
off. PSV Eidhoven and Rosenborg were the other two participants.
|24 Jan 2001
|| Villarreal 1 - 0 Eintracht Frankfurt
Charity match to collect funds
for the earthquake vicitms of El Salvador. Martín Palermo and Gustavo
Schelotto made their debuts but didn't score, the only goal coming from Escoda
near the end.
|27 Feb 2001
|| Villarreal 1 - 2 Paris Saint Germain
Trofeo de la Cerámica. Two
goals from ex Espanyol midfielder De Lucas sank Villarreal before Craioveanu
pulled one back near the end.
|25 Mar 2001
|| Zaragoza 3- 2 Monaco
Friendly in which many reserve players
took part. Zaragoza's goals were scored by Yordi (2) and Peternac, with
Raducioiu and Eloi replying for the French team.
|27 Mar 2001
|| Real Sociedad 0- 1 Girondins Bordeaux
Another midweek friendly in which
Llorente and Julio César got themselves injured. Bugnet got the only
goal in the second half for the French side.
|4 Jun 2001
||Barcelona - Espanyol - Real Sociedad
Urruti memorial match after
ex-keeper was killed in a car crash a few days earlier. Triangular tournament
which Barça won with a goal by Trashorras in the game against Espanyol.
The other two 30 minute matches ended 0-0.
|5 Jun 2001
|| Getafe 1 - 2 Real Madrid
Testimonial match, with Barça's
Alfonso and brother Iván Pérez in Getafe side., and Illgner in
goal for Madrid. Iván scored for the home side, with Solari and Tote
replying for the visitors.