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Valencia

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Sociedad vs Valencia (24 Sep)

Established
1919 (98 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Manager
Pako Ayestarán

Stadium/Home
Estadio Mestalla
(54,000 Capacity)

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Location
Valencia

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League
Spanish La Liga

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Upcoming Events
Sunday 24th Sep Sociedad - Valencia Anoeta
Sunday 1st Oct Valencia - Ath Bilbao Estadio Mestalla
Sunday 15th Oct Betis - Valencia Benito Villamarín
Sunday 22nd Oct Valencia - Sevilla Estadio Mestalla
Sunday 29th Oct Alaves - Valencia Mendizorroza

Latest Results
Tuesday 19th Sep Valencia 5 - 0 Malaga Estadio Mestalla
Saturday 16th Sep Levante 1 - 1 Valencia Ciutat de València
Saturday 9th Sep Valencia 0 - 0 Ath Madrid Estadio Mestalla
Sunday 27th Aug Real Madrid 2 - 2 Valencia Estadio Santiago Bernabéu
Friday 18th Aug Valencia 1 - 0 Las Palmas Estadio Mestalla

Description

Valencia Club de Fútbol; also known as Valencia CF, Valencia or Los Che are a Spanish football club based in Valencia. They play in La Liga and are one of the most successful and biggest clubs in Spanish football and European football. Valencia have won six La Liga titles, seven Copa del Rey trophies, two Fairs Cups (which was the predecessor to the UEFA Cup), one UEFA Cup, one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, and two UEFA Super Cups. They also reached two UEFA Champions League finals in a row, losing to La Liga rivals Real Madrid in 2000 and then to German club Bayern Munich on penalties after a 1–1 draw in 2001. Valencia were also members of the G-14 group of leading European football clubs. In total, Valencia have reached seven major European finals, winning four of them.

In the all-time La Liga table, Valencia is in third position behind Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. In terms of continental titles, Valencia is again the third-most successful behind the two.

Valencia were founded in 1919 and have played their home games at the 55,000-seater Mestalla since 1923. They were due to move into the new 75,000-seater Nou Mestalla in the north-west of the city in 2013, but the final move date has been postponed while the stadium is still being built. Valencia have a long-standing rivalry with Levante UD, also located in the City of Valencia, and with two others club in the Valencian Community region, Hércules CF and CD Castellón.

Valencia are the third most supported football club in Spain, behind heavyweights Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. It is also one of the biggest clubs in the world in terms of number of associates (registered paying supporters), with more than 50,000 season ticket holders and another 20,000+ season ticket holders on the waiting list, who can be accommodated in the new 75,000-seater stadium.

Team Members

Nani


Jaume


Yoel


Filipe


Diego Alves

Sergi Ayala

Joao Cancelo


Federico Carta


Albert Dalmau


Carlos Delgado


Ezequiel Garay


Jose Luis Gaya


Lion Kaak


Rodrigo Moreno


Eliaquim Manga


Manu Molina


Jeison Murillo


Lucas Orban


Dorlan Pabon


Daniel Parejo


Rodrigo de Pau


Gabriel Paulis


Enzo Perez


Felipe Ramos


Salva Ruiz


Guilherme Siqu


Mario Suárez


Ruben Vezo


Simone Zaza


Stadium or Home

El estadio de Mestalla, nombre oficial "Mestalla, Camp del València", es el estadio propiedad del Valencia Club de Fútbol. Está situado en el barrio de Mestalla de la ciudad de Valencia (España), entre la avenida de Suecia y la avenida de Aragón.2

Inaugurado en 1923 debe su nombre a la histórica acequia de Mestalla, que pasaba junto a la grada sur del estadio y había que superarla para llegar a él durante sus primeras décadas. Entre 1969 y 1994 se denominó Estadio Luis Casanova en honor a Luis Casanova Giner, considerado uno de los mejores presidentes de la historia del club.

El estadio posee actualmente una capacidad para 55.000 espectadores,3 4 y ha acogido desde sus primeros años un total de 31 partidos internacionales de la Selección española de fútbol (entre ellos los de la fase final del Mundial de España 1982), más 5 encuentros de la Selección Olímpica de España durante los Juegos Olímpicos de 1992, y ha sido sede de 10 finales de la Copa del Rey, la última en 2014.

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