Valencia CF

One of Spain's most successful clubs, it has nicknames such as Los Ches, Valencianistes, Els Taronges (the Orange) and Los Murciélagos (the Bats). The bat in Valencia's emblem is probably known all over the world, their club colours are white and black, with the jersey being white and the shorts black. However, in addition to the bat, there are shades of orange in their crest, which also appears on the alternative away jersey. The club is at home in the Mestalla stadium, which holds 50,500 people.

The club's local rival is the Lavante UD team. Then, of course, at the national level it is Real Madrid, as the most successful league champion. In terms of fan base, Valencia is the third club with the most support in the league, just behind Real Madrid and Barcelona.

The club's origins and domestic success

The club was founded in Valencia in 1919 and the idea for its foundation was born in a local bar called Turin. The club bought the Mastalla stadium in 1923, but it was on hire purchase because it didn't have the money. But he paid back with good results. The first match was against the aforementioned city rival Lavante, in which Valencia won 1-0. Arturo Montes scored the only goal and as it was a friendly, the proceeds were donated to charity. Initially a wooden stadium with an earthen surface, it already had grass and a new main stand in the 1926/27 season.

The club's first La Liga victory came in the 1941/42 season. Overall, it has won the league title 6 times, most recently in the 2003/04 season. It has also had success in domestic cup competitions, triumphing 8 times in the Copa del Rey, most recently in the 2018/19 season. It won the Supercopa de España in 1999.

European Cups

Valencia has also celebrated success in European competitions throughout its history. It has won the prestigious UEFA Champions League twice, also right after each other in the 1999/00 and 2000/01 seasons. In the 2003/04 season, they went on to triumph in the UEFA Cup, the current Europa League. It has the UEFA Super Cup from 1980 and 2004 and won the Intertoto Cup in 1998. Going back to earlier victories, there is the Cup Winners' Cup from the 1979/80 season.

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Valencia CF - Last 10 matches

Date Home Away Halftime Result
26.05.2024 Celta de Vigo Valencia CF 0 : 1 2 : 2
19.05.2024 Valencia CF Girona FC 0 : 1 1 : 3
16.05.2024 Real Sociedad Valencia CF 1 : 0 1 : 0
15.05.2024 Real Sociedad Valencia CF : :
12.05.2024 Valencia CF Rayo Vallecano 0 : 0 0 : 0
05.05.2024 Valencia CF Deportivo Aláves 0 : 0 0 : 1
29.04.2024 FC Barcelona Valencia CF 1 : 2 4 : 2
28.04.2024 FC Barcelona Valencia CF : :
21.04.2024 Valencia CF Real Betis : :
20.04.2024 Valencia CF Real Betis 0 : 1 1 : 2

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