VALENCIA CF PROFIL UND TEAMSTATISTIKEN


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VILLAREAL, SPANIEN - APRIL 11 2019: Goncalo Guedes von Valencia CF erzielt im Viertelfinale der UEFA Europa League das dritte Tor seiner Mannschaft gegen Villarreal. (Foto von Fotopress/Getty Images)

Valencia Football Club is also known as Valencia CF is a Spanish Football Club located in Valencia, Spain. The football club currently belongs to the top football league of Spain – LaLiga. The full name of the club is Valencia Club de Fútbol and the nickname is Los Che.

The club was founded 100 years ago in March 1919. Valencia CF ended 4th in the LaLiga table in the 2018-19 season but the highlight of the season was winning Copa Del Rey. They beat FC Barcelona by 2-1 and clinched 8th Copa title of their history.

The trophy cabinet of the club is quite prestigious with 8 Copa Del Rey titles, 6 League titles, 1 Spain Super Cup, 3 UEFA Cup titles, 2 European Super Cup and 1 Recopa title.

Mestalla is the home stadium of Valencia since 1923 with a capacity of 49,500 seats. After the two Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona, Valencia is the 3rd most supported club in the country. And in terms of support, the club is one of the biggest in the world with more than 50,000 season ticket holders.

GOOD TO KNOW

Valencia, Spanien, 1923: Valencia CF spielt ein Fußballspiel im Mestalla Stadion.

The youth academy of Valencia has produced finest players recently including Jordi Alba, Isco, Jose Gaya, Paco Alcacer and Juan Bernat. Players like David Silva, Raúl Albiol, and Miguel Ángel Angulo are also the product of Valencia youth academy.

The club spends big when it comes to signing players. Back in 2018, Gonçalo Guedes became the most expensive signing in the history of the club costing €40m. The record transfer fee received by Valencia was €48m when the club sold Gaizka Mendieta to Lazio back in 2001.

The club has spent 77 seasons in the first division of Spanish football and just 4 seasons in the second division. The biggest success came in 1953 when the club defeated Sporting de Gijón by 13-0. While the biggest defeat with the scoreline of 10-3 came against Sevilla back in 1940.

Fernando holds the record for most games played for the club with 554 appearances. And Mundo is the highest goal scorer for the club with 206 goals. Mundo also won the Pichichi Award twice for Valencia back in 1941-42 and 1943-44 season.

GRÖßTE ERFOLGE, GRÖßTE PEINLICHKEITEN

14 MAI 1980: Euro Cup Gewinn - Valencia gewann das Spiel im Elfmeterschießen (5-4) gegen Arsenal. (Kredit: Allsport Hulton/Archive)

Fernando holds the record for most games played for the club with 554 appearances. And Mundo is the highest goal scorer for the club with 206 goals. Mundo also won the Pichichi Award twice for Valencia back in 1941-42 and 1943-44 season.

Traditionally, the kit of the club is a mixture of white and black with white shirts and black shorts. The away kit of the club is on the orange side and the third kit is a mixture of yellow, orange and blue. Adidas, Nike, and Puma have contributed to the kit manufacturing of the club with Puma the current kit manufacturer.

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Unglücklich - Valencia CF verlor zwei Champions League Finale aufeinander (2000 und 2001). (Kredit: Stu Forster/ALLSPORT)

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Infos umfassen: Alter der Spieler, Einsätze, Gespielte Minuten, Gegentore, Zu Null gespielt, Einwechselungen, Auswechselungen, Gelbe Karten, Rote Karten, Ampelkarten. 

 

STANDINGS (INKL. SPIELE, STATS ZU TORSCHÜTZEN, FORMÜBERSICHT, HANDICAP, ÜBER/UNTER)