2001–02 Deportivo de La Coruña season

Deportivo de La Coruña 2001–02 football season
Deportivo de La Coruña 22
2001–02 season
PresidentAugusto César Lendoiro
ManagerJavier Irureta
StadiumEstadio Riazor
La Liga2nd
Copa del ReyWinners
UEFA Champions LeagueQuarter-finals
FIFA Club World ChampionshipCancelled
Top goalscorerLeague: Diego Tristán (20)[1]
All: Diego Tristán (31)
Home colours

The 2001–02 season was Deportivo de La Coruña's 31st season in La Liga, the top division of Spanish football. They also competed in the Copa del Rey and the UEFA Champions League.

Season summary

Javier Irureta's fourth season in charge of Deportivo was another successful one, as they finished as La Liga runners-up for the second consecutive year, seven points behind champions Valencia. Diego Tristán's 20 league goals saw him become the first Depor player to win the Pichichi Trophy since Bebeto in 1992–93. Deportivo also tasted success in the Copa del Rey, beating Real Madrid in the final to lift the trophy for the second time in their history, and the first since 1994–95.[2]

In the UEFA Champions League, they progressed as group winners from the first group stage. They were undefeated in their six matches, which included a fine 3–2 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford. They received a tough draw in the second group stage, where they faced Arsenal, Bayer Leverkusen and Juventus. Despite two defeats by the German side, they progressed as runners-up, level on points with group winners Leverkusen. They once again faced Manchester United in the quarter-finals, but couldn't repeat the success of the group stages as the English side won 5–2 on aggregate.[3] Depor's quarter-final exit matched their performance from the previous year.

Players

Squad

[4] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK Spain ESP José Francisco Molina
2 DF Spain ESP Manuel Pablo
3 DF Spain ESP Enrique Romero
4 DF Morocco MAR Noureddine Naybet
5 DF Spain ESP César Martín
6 MF Brazil BRA Mauro Silva
7 FW Netherlands NED Roy Makaay
8 MF Brazil BRA Djalminha
9 FW Spain ESP Diego Tristán
10 MF Spain ESP Fran (captain)
11 MF Spain ESP José Amavisca
12 MF Argentina ARG Lionel Scaloni
13 GK Portugal POR Nuno Espírito Santo
No. Pos. Nation Player
14 MF Brazil BRA Emerson
15 DF Spain ESP Joan Capdevila
16 MF Spain ESP Sergio
17 FW Uruguay URU Walter Pandiani
18 MF Spain ESP Víctor Sánchez
19 DF Federal Republic of Yugoslavia YUG Goran Đorović
20 MF Spain ESP Donato
21 MF Spain ESP Juan Carlos Valerón
22 DF Portugal POR Hélder
23 MF Argentina ARG Aldo Duscher
24 DF Spain ESP Héctor
25 MF Spain ESP José Manuel
26 GK Spain ESP Dani Mallo

Left club during season

[5] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
MF Brazil BRA César Sampaio (to Corinthians)
No. Pos. Nation Player
FW Spain ESP Changui (on loan to Polideportivo Ejido)
FW Uruguay URU Sebastian Abreu (on loan at Nacional)

Out on loan for the full season

[5] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
DF Spain ESP Manel (on loan at Tenerife)
MF Spain ESP Fernando (on loan at Osasuna)
MF Spain ESP Jaime (on loan at Tenerife)
No. Pos. Nation Player
FW Argentina ARG Turu Flores (on loan at Real Valladolid)
FW Spain ESP Iván Pérez (on loan at Leganés)
FW Uruguay URU Sebastian Abreu (on loan at Cruz Azul) (January)

Transfers

[5][6]

In

# Pos Player From Notes
Summer
11 MF Spain José Amavisca Spain Racing Santander 300 million Pta[7]
13 GK Portugal Nuno Espírito Santo Spain Osasuna Loan return[8]
16 MF Spain Sergio Spain Espanyol
19 DF Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Goran Đorović Spain Celta Vigo
24 DF Spain Héctor Spain Sevilla Free
25 MF Spain José Manuel Spain Numancia Loan return[9]
DF Spain Manel Spain Numancia Loan return
DF Spain Luis Miguel Ramis Spain Racing Santander Loan return
MF Spain Jaime Spain Racing Santander Loan return
FW Spain Changui Spain Elche Loan return
FW Spain Iván Pérez Spain Numancia Loan return[9]
MF Brazil Cesar Sampaio Brazil Palmeiras

Out

# Pos Player To Notes
Summer
1 GK Cameroon Jacques Songo'o France Metz
11 FW Argentina Turu Flores Spain Real Valladolid Loan
19 FW Morocco Salaheddine Bassir France Lille OSC
25 MF Spain Fernando Spain Osasuna Loan
31 GK Czech Republic Petr Kouba Czech Republic Jablonec
DF Spain Manel Spain Tenerife Loan
DF Spain Luis Miguel Ramis Spain Gimnàstic de Tarragona
MF Spain Jaime Spain Tenerife Loan
FW Spain Iván Pérez Spain Leganés Loan
Winter
MF Brazil César Sampaio Brazil Corinthians
FW Spain Changui Spain Polideportivo Ejido Loan

Squad stats

Appearances and goals

Last updated on 7 April 2021.[1][10][11]

No. Pos Nat Player Total La Liga Copa del Rey Champ League
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1 GK Spain ESP Molina 50 0 36 0 3 0 11 0
12 MF Argentina ARG Lionel Scaloni 42 2 21+4 2 5+1 0 8+3 0
4 DF Morocco MAR Naybet 38 4 24 2 2 0 12 2
3 DF Spain ESP Romero 38 0 23+1 0 3 0 11 0
18 MF Spain ESP Víctor Sánchez 40 4 25+4 3 2 1 9 0
6 MF Brazil BRA Mauro Silva 42 0 25+2 0 5 0 10 0
10 MF Spain ESP Fran 36 5 22+2 4 4 0 8 1
16 MF Spain ESP Sergio 52 6 28+10 4 2+2 1 7+3 1
21 AM Spain ESP Valeron 53 6 32+4 3 3+1 0 10+3 3
7 FW Netherlands NED Makaay 41 14 22+8 12 1+1 1 5+4 1
9 FW Spain ESP Tristan 52 31 25+9 20 5+1 5 10+2 6
13 GK Portugal POR Nuno 10 0 2 0 4 0 3+1 0
2 DF Spain ESP Manuel Pablo 7 0 5 0 0 0 2 0
5 DF Spain ESP Cesar 29 1 15+2 0 6 1 6 0
8 MF Brazil BRA Djalminha 32 3 5+13 1 4+2 0 3+5 2
11 MF Spain ESP José Amavisca 38 3 16+12 3 1+1 0 4+4 0
14 MF Brazil BRA Emerson 25 0 3+12 0 4 0 6 0
15 DF Spain ESP Capdevila 35 2 18+2 0 4+3 1 3+5 1
17 FW Uruguay URU Pandiani 33 8 3+15 5 3+2 2 3+7 1
19 DF Federal Republic of Yugoslavia YUG Goran Đorović 12 0 8+2 0 2 0 0 0
20 MF Brazil BRA Donato 28 2 17 2 3 0 7+1 0
22 DF Portugal POR Hélder 13 0 7+2 0 1+1 0 2 0
23 MF Argentina ARG Duscher 35 0 18+3 0 3+2 0 5+4 0
24 DF Spain ESP Héctor 34 0 18+3 0 5 0 8 0
25 MF Spain ESP José Manuel 9 1 0+4 0 2+2 1 1 0
26 GK Spain ESP Mallo 1 0 0 0 0+1 0 0 0
Players who have left the club after the start of the season:
MF Brazil BRA César Sampaio 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
FW Spain ESP Changui 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Goal scorers

[1][10][11]

Place Position Nation Number Name La Liga Copa del Rey Champ League Total
1 FW Spain 9 Diego Tristán 20 5 6 31
2 FW Netherlands 7 Roy Makaay 12 1 1 14
3 FW Uruguay 17 Walter Pandiani 5 2 1 8
4 MF Spain 16 Sergio 4 1 1 6
MF Spain 21 Juan Carlos Valerón 3 0 3 6
6 MF Spain 10 Fran 4 0 1 5
7 DF Morocco 4 Noureddine Naybet 2 0 2 4
MF Spain 18 Víctor Sánchez 3 1 0 4
9 MF Brazil 8 Djalminha 1 0 2 3
MF Spain 11 José Amavisca 3 0 0 3
11 MF Argentina 12 Lionel Scaloni 2 0 0 2
DF Spain 15 Joan Capdevila 0 1 1 2
MF Spain 20 Donato 2 0 0 2
14 DF Spain 5 César Martín 0 1 0 1
MF Spain 25 José Manuel 0 1 0 1
Own goals[12][13][14][15][16] 4 0 1 5
TOTALS 65 13 19 97

Disciplinary record

Updated on 7 April 2021[1][10][11]

Number Nation Position Name La Liga Copa del Rey Champ League Total
Yellow card Red card Yellow card Red card Yellow card Red card Yellow card Red card
12 Argentina MF Lionel Scaloni 7 0 2 0 3 1 12 1
23 Argentina MF Aldo Duscher 10 0 1 0 1 1 12 1
5 Spain DF César Martín 5 2 2 0 0 0 7 2
6 Brazil MF Mauro Silva 5 1 1 0 1 0 7 1
18 Spain MF Víctor Sánchez 4 0 1 0 3 0 8 0
4 Morocco DF Noureddine Naybet 5 1 1 0 0 0 6 1
9 Spain FW Diego Tristán 5 0 0 0 2 0 7 0
15 Spain DF Joan Capdevila 4 0 1 0 2 0 7 0
16 Spain MF Sergio 4 0 1 0 1 0 6 0
24 Spain DF Héctor 3 0 1 0 2 0 6 0
17 Uruguay FW Walter Pandiani 3 0 1 1 0 0 4 1
14 Brazil MF Emerson 2 0 2 0 1 0 5 0
3 Spain DF Enrique Romero 1 0 0 1 2 0 3 1
1 Spain GK José Francisco Molina 2 0 1 0 1 0 4 0
11 Spain MF José Amavisca 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0
20 Spain MF Donato 3 0 0 0 1 0 4 0
8 Brazil MF Djalminha 2 0 0 0 1 0 3 0
10 Spain MF Fran 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 0
21 Spain MF Juan Carlos Valerón 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0
25 Spain MF José Manuel 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0
19 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Goran Đorović 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
22 Portugal DF Hélder 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
TOTALS 74 4 19 2 21 2 114 8

Competitions

La Liga

League table

Pos Team
  • v
  • t
  • e
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Valencia (C) 38 21 12 5 51 27 +24 75 Qualification for the Champions League group stage
2 Deportivo La Coruña 38 20 8 10 65 41 +24 68
3 Real Madrid[a] 38 19 9 10 69 44 +25 66
4 Barcelona 38 18 10 10 65 37 +28 64 Qualification for the Champions League third qualifying round
5 Celta Vigo 38 16 12 10 64 46 +18 60 Qualification for the UEFA Cup first round
Source: LFP
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd head-to-head points; 3rd head-to-head goal difference; 4th head-to-head goals scored; 5th goal difference; 6th number of goals scored; 7th Fair-play points
(C) Champion
Notes:
  1. ^ Real Madrid qualified directly for the 2002–03 UEFA Champions League as holders.

Matches

Las Palmas v Deportivo La Coruña
8 September 2001 2 Las Palmas 0 – 1 Deportivo La Coruña Las Palmas, Spain
Report 88' Fran Stadium: Estadio Insular
Referee: Alfonso Pérez
Deportivo La Coruña v Athletic Bilbao
15 September 2001 3 Deportivo La Coruña 1 – 2 Athletic Bilbao A Coruña, Spain
Tristán 61' Report 35' Guerrero
52' Urzaiz
Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Referee: Julián Rodríguez Santiago
Deportivo La Coruña v Celta Vigo
30 September 2001 5 Deportivo La Coruña 2 – 2 Celta Vigo A Coruña, Spain
Juanfran 70' (o.g.)
Pandiani 80' (pen.)
Report 22' Berizzo
67' Edu
Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Referee: Alberto Undiano
Villarreal v Deportivo La Coruña
3 October 2001 6 Villarreal 1 – 1 Deportivo La Coruña Villarreal, Spain
Víctor 2' Report 64' Donato Stadium: Estadio El Madrigal
Referee: Antonio López Nieto
Deportivo La Coruña v Barcelona
6 October 2001 7 Deportivo La Coruña 2 – 1 Barcelona A Coruña, Spain
Fran 51', 67' Report 37' Kluivert Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Referee: José Victor Esquinas Torres
Real Zaragoza v Deportivo La Coruña
13 October 2001 8 Real Zaragoza 1 – 2 Deportivo La Coruña Zaragoza, Spain
Yordi 69' Report 14', 58' Tristán Stadium: La Romareda
Referee: Alexis Pérez Pérez
Deportivo La Coruña v Osasuna
4 November 2001 11 Deportivo La Coruña 5 – 1 Osasuna A Coruña, Spain
Tristán 18', 26'
Donato 36'
Amavisca 38'
Makaay 66'
Report 8' Aloisi Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Referee: Carlos Megía Dávila
Tenerife v Deportivo La Coruña
11 November 2001 12 Tenerife 3 – 1 Deportivo La Coruña Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain
Marioni 15', 47'
Morales 71'
Report 40' Víctor Sánchez Stadium: Heliodoro Rodríguez López
Referee: Juan Ansuátegui Roca
Mallorca v Deportivo La Coruña
25 November 2001 14 Mallorca 4 – 1 Deportivo La Coruña Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Luque 7', 27'
Paunović 51'
Campano 79'
Report 29' Pandiani Stadium: Estadi de San Moix
Referee: José Losantos Omar
Espanyol v Deportivo La Coruña
1 December 2001 15 Espanyol 1 – 0 Deportivo La Coruña Barcelona, Spain
Tamudo 49' Report Stadium: Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
Referee: Miguel Pérez Lasa
Deportivo La Coruña v Valencia
9 December 2001 16 Deportivo La Coruña 1 – 0 Valencia A Coruña, Spain
Tristán 59' (pen.) Report Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Referee: Rafael Ramírez Domínguez
Málaga v Deportivo La Coruña
16 December 2001 17 Málaga 1 – 1 Deportivo La Coruña Málaga, Spain
Silva 31' Report 78' Naybet Stadium: La Rosaleda
Referee: Jesús Téllez Sánchez
Deportivo La Coruña v Real Betis
22 December 2001 18 Deportivo La Coruña 2 – 0 Real Betis A Coruña, Spain
Makaay 8'
Sergio 72'
Report Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Referee: Fernando Carmona Méndez
Real Valladolid v Deportivo La Coruña
13 January 2002 20 Real Valladolid 3 – 0 Deportivo La Coruña Valladolid, Spain
Marcos 30'
Fernando 31', 57'
Report Stadium: José Zorrilla
Referee: Alfonso Pino Zamorano
Deportivo La Coruña v Las Palmas
20 January 2002 21 Deportivo La Coruña 1 – 0 Las Palmas A Coruña, Spain
González 64' (o.g.) Report Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Referee: José Victor Esquinas Torres
Athletic Bilbao v Deportivo La Coruña
27 January 2002 22 Athletic Bilbao 1 – 1 Deportivo La Coruña Bilbao, Spain
Ezquerro 65' Report 63' Djalminha Stadium: San Mamés
Referee: Carlos Megía Dávila
Deportivo La Coruña v Deportivo Alavés
2 February 2002 23 Deportivo La Coruña 0 – 1 Deportivo Alavés A Coruña, Spain
Report 41' Astudillo Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Referee: Javier Turienzo Álvarez
Barcelona v Deportivo La Coruña
16 February 2002 26 Barcelona 3 – 2 Deportivo La Coruña Barcelona, Spain
Martín 16' (o.g.)
Saviola 73'
Kluivert 88'
Report 10' Tristán
66' Sergio
Stadium: Camp Nou
Referee: Miguel Pérez Lasa
Deportivo La Coruña v Real Zaragoza
23 February 2002 27 Deportivo La Coruña 1 – 0 Real Zaragoza A Coruña, Spain
Tristán 20' Report Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Referee: Alexis Pérez Pérez
Osasuna v Deportivo La Coruña
16 March 2002 30 Osasuna 1 – 3 Deportivo La Coruña Pamplona, Spain
Aloisi 90' (pen.) Report 5', 32' (pen.) Tristán
18' (o.g.) Unzué
Stadium: El Sadar
Referee: Luis Medina Cantalejo
Deportivo La Coruña v Mallorca
6 April 2002 33 Deportivo La Coruña 5 – 0 Mallorca A Coruña, Spain
Tristán 21', 27', 33'
Víctor Sánchez 39'
Sergio 62'
Report Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Referee: Juan Ansuátegui Roca
Deportivo La Coruña v Espanyol
14 April 2002 34 Deportivo La Coruña 3 – 1 Espanyol A Coruña, Spain
Makaay 1', 33'
Tristán 6'
Report 68' Rotchen Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Referee: Carlos Megía Dávila
Deportivo La Coruña v Málaga
28 April 2002 36 Deportivo La Coruña 2 – 2 Málaga A Coruña, Spain
Naybet 37'
Contreras 77' (o.g.)
Report 28' Silva
80' (pen.) Dely Valdés
Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Referee: Jesús Téllez Sánchez
Real Betis v Deportivo La Coruña
5 May 2002 37 Real Betis 0 – 3 Deportivo La Coruña Seville, Spain
Report 18', 58' Tristán
60' Valerón
Stadium: Estadio Manuel Ruiz de Lopera
Referee: Julián Rodríguez Santiago

Copa del Rey

  Win   Draw   Loss

Round Opponent Venue Result Goals Ref
Round of 64 Marino A 4–1 0–1 13' Benéitez
1–1 36' Martín
2–1 39' Pandiani
3–1 43' Víctor Sánchez
4–1 54' Pandiani
[17]
Round of 32 Cultural Leonesa A 2–1 0–1 70' Ibáñez
1–1 75' Tristán
2–1 80' Tristán
[18]
Round Opponent Aggregate First leg Second leg
Venue Result Goals Ref Venue Result Goals Ref
Round of 16 L'Hospitalet [1] N [19] H [19]
Quarter-finals Real Valladolid 3–2 H 2–0 1–0 46' Capdevila
2–0 61' Makaay
[20] A 1–2 (a.e.t.) 0–1 3' Fernando
0–2 34' Mario Abrante
1–2 110' (pen.) Tristán
[21]
Semi-finals Figueres 2–1 A 1–0 1–0 5' Tristán [22] H 1–1 1–0 6' José Manuel
1–1 90' (pen.) Piti
[23]
1.^ Deportivo La Coruña successfully appealed against the first leg of their round of 16 tie being played at Estadi Municipal in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat due to its artificial pitch. When told to move the match to Mini Estadi in Barcelona, L'Hospitalet forfeited the tie.

Final

Real Madrid v Deportivo La Coruña
6 March 2002 Real Madrid 1 – 2 Deportivo La Coruña Madrid, Spain
21:00 CET Raúl 58' Report 6' Sergio
37' Tristán
Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu Stadium
Attendance: 75,000
Referee: Manuel Mejuto González

UEFA Champions League

First group stage

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Spain Deportivo La Coruña 6 2 4 0 10 8 +2 10 Advance to second group stage
2 England Manchester United 6 3 1 2 10 6 +4 10
3 France Lille 6 1 3 2 7 7 0 6 Transfer to UEFA Cup
4 Greece Olympiacos 6 1 2 3 6 12 −6 5
Source: RSSSF
Deportivo La Coruña Spain v Greece Olympiacos
18 September 2001 1 Deportivo La Coruña Spain 2 – 2 Greece Olympiacos A Coruña, Spain
20:45 Fran 22'
Valerón 90+4'
Report 80' Giannakopoulos
83' Ofori-Quaye
Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Attendance: 20,873
Referee: Jan Wegereef (Netherlands)
Deportivo La Coruña Spain v England Manchester United
25 September 2001 2 Deportivo La Coruña Spain 2 – 1 England Manchester United A Coruña, Spain
20:45 Pandiani 86'
Naybet 90'
Report 40' Scholes Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Attendance: 33,108
Referee: Stefano Braschi (Italy)
Lille France v Spain Deportivo La Coruña
10 October 2001 3 Lille France 1 – 1 Spain Deportivo La Coruña Lens, France
20:45 Olufade 87' Report 49' Valerón Stadium: Stade Félix-Bollaert
Attendance: 37,020
Referee: Claus Bo Larsen (Denmark)
Manchester United England v Spain Deportivo La Coruña
17 October 2001 4 Manchester United England 2 – 3 Spain Deportivo La Coruña Manchester, England
20:45 van Nistelrooy 7', 40' Report 37' Sergio
39', 60' Tristán
Stadium: Old Trafford
Attendance: 65,585
Referee: Herbert Fandel (Germany)
Deportivo La Coruña Spain v France Lille
23 October 2001 5 Deportivo La Coruña Spain 1 – 1 France Lille A Coruña, Spain
20:45 Valerón 14' (pen.) Report 20' (pen.) Cheyrou Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Attendance: 22,983
Referee: Ľuboš Micheľ (Slovakia)
Olympiacos Greece v Spain Deportivo La Coruña
31 October 2001 6 Olympiacos Greece 1 – 1 Spain Deportivo La Coruña Athens, Greece
20:45 Alexandris 51' Report 84' Capdevila Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Attendance: 20,293
Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)

Second group stage

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Germany Bayer Leverkusen 6 3 1 2 11 11 0 10 Advance to knockout stage
2 Spain Deportivo La Coruña 6 3 1 2 7 6 +1 10
3 England Arsenal 6 2 1 3 8 8 0 7
4 Italy Juventus 6 2 1 3 7 8 −1 7
Source: RSSSF
Deportivo La Coruña Spain v England Arsenal
21 November 2001 1 Deportivo La Coruña Spain 2 – 0 England Arsenal A Coruña, Spain
20:45 Makaay 9'
Tristán 25'
Report Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Attendance: 25,864
Referee: Terje Hauge (Norway)
Bayer Leverkusen Germany v Spain Deportivo La Coruña
4 December 2001 2 Bayer Leverkusen Germany 3 – 0 Spain Deportivo La Coruña Leverkusen, Germany
20:45 Zé Roberto 64'
Neuville 67'
Ballack 79'
Report Stadium: BayArena
Attendance: 22,500
Referee: Kyros Vassaras (Greece)
Juventus Italy v Spain Deportivo La Coruña
19 February 2002 3 Juventus Italy 0 – 0 Spain Deportivo La Coruña Turin, Italy
20:45 Report Stadium: Stadio delle Alpi
Attendance: 9,836
Referee: Hugh Dallas (Scotland)
Deportivo La Coruña Spain v Italy Juventus
27 February 2002 4 Deportivo La Coruña Spain 2 – 0 Italy Juventus A Coruña, Spain
20:45 Tristán 8'
Djalminha 77'
Report Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Attendance: 24,885
Referee: Anders Frisk (Sweden)
Arsenal England v Spain Deportivo La Coruña
12 March 2002 5 Arsenal England 0 – 2 Spain Deportivo La Coruña London, England
20:45 Report 30' Valerón
40' Naybet
Stadium: Arsenal Stadium
Attendance: 35,392
Referee: Urs Meier (Switzerland)
Deportivo La Coruña Spain v Germany Bayer Leverkusen
20 March 2002 6 Deportivo La Coruña Spain 1 – 3 Germany Bayer Leverkusen A Coruña, Spain
20:45 Tristán 75' Report 34' Ballack
54' Schneider
86' Neuville
Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Attendance: 23,532
Referee: Valentin Ivanov (Russia)

Knockout stage

Deportivo La Coruña Spain v England Manchester United
2 April 2002 Quarter-finals
First leg
Deportivo La Coruña Spain 0 – 2 England Manchester United A Coruña, Spain
20:45 Report 15' Beckham
41' van Nistelrooy
Stadium: Estadio Riazor
Attendance: 35,400
Referee: Kyros Vassaras (Greece)
Manchester United England v Spain Deportivo La Coruña
10 April 2002 Quarter-finals
Second leg
Manchester United England 3 – 2
(5–2 agg.)
Spain Deportivo La Coruña Manchester, England
21:45 Solskjær 23', 56'
Giggs 69'
Report 45' (o.g.) Blanc
90+1' Djalminha
Stadium: Old Trafford
Attendance: 66,500
Referee: Markus Merk (Germany)

FIFA Club World Championship

As winners of the 1999–2000 La Liga, Deportivo La Coruña was one of the 12 teams that were invited to the 2001 FIFA Club World Championship, which would be hosted in Spain from 28 July to 12 August 2001. However, the tournament was cancelled, primarily due to the collapse of ISL, which was marketing partner of FIFA at the time.

Boca Juniors Argentina v Spain Deportivo La Coruña
28 July 2001 (2001-07-28) 1 Boca Juniors Argentina Cancelled Spain Deportivo La Coruña A Coruña, Spain
Stadium: Riazor
Deportivo La Coruña Spain v Egypt Zamalek
4 August 2001 (2001-08-04) 3 Deportivo La Coruña Spain Cancelled Egypt Zamalek A Coruña, Spain
Stadium: Riazor

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  21. ^ "El Depor sufre y sólo pasa de penalti" (PDF). Mundo Deportivo. Retrieved 8 April 2021.
  22. ^ "¡No te rindas Figueres!" (PDF). Mundo Deportivo. Retrieved 8 April 2021.
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