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Valencia C.F

  • Location: Valencia, Spain
  • Stadium: Mestalla Stadium
  • Coach: Gennaro Gattuso
  • La Liga Titles: 6

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General Statistics 2022-2023

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Spanish Champion: 2003-2004,  2001-2002,  1970-1971,  1946-1947,  1943-1944,  1941-1942

Cup Winners: 1979-1980

UEFA Cup: 2003-2004

UEFA Supercup: 2004-2005, 1980-1981

Spanish Cup: 2018-2019,  2007-2008,  1998-1999,  1978-1979,  1966-1967,  1953-1954,  1948-1949,  1940-1941

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup: 1962-1963, 1961-1962

Spanish Super Cup: 1999-2000

Spanish 2nd Tier: 1986-1987, 1930-1931

Valencia CF History

Founded in 1919, Valencia CF is one of the most accomplished La Liga clubs of all time. Known as Los Che among supporters, the club plays out of the 55,000-seat Mestalla, which was built in 1923.

Valencia stats has won six La Liga titles and several other Spanish and European championships. It’s one of the largest and most prominent clubs in the world based on registered paying supporters; it has more than 50,000 season ticket holders and an additional 20,000 prospective season ticket holders on the waiting list.

Valencia has played in the La Liga schedule for most of its history and has been in the league every year since the 1987-88 season. It spent only four seasons in the Segunda División, three of which were from 1928-29 to 1930-31.

Valencia CF – Historical Events

Valencia won its first of six La Liga titles in 1941. It has also been runners-up six times and finished in third place 10 times. The team won its first of eight Copa del Rays in 1941 and has been runners-up 10 times.

The team’s first-ever president, Octavio Augusto Milego Díaz, was selected via a coin toss. Valencia played its first match in 1919 and celebrated its centennial in 2019.

Valencia CF Records

  • Most Appearances: Fernando (553)
  • Most Goals: Mundo (238)
  • Largest Victory: 8-0 vs. Sporting de Gijón (1953-54)
  • Most Goals in a Single Game: 8-0 vs. Sporting de Gijón (1953-54)

More about Valencia CF

Valencia has been atop the La Liga standings at the end of the season six times. It led La Liga and won the championship again in 1943-44, 1946-47, 1970-71, 2001-02, and 2003-04.

The team won its second Copa del Rey in 1948-49 and has since won again in 1954, 1966-67, 1978-79, 1998-99, 2007-08, and 2018-19.

Valencia also won the Supercopa de España (1999) and its predecessor Copa Eva Duarte (1949).

Regarding European competitions, it won the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in 1979-80 and the UEFA Europa League in 2003-04. Valencia betting has also won the UEFA Intertoto Cup (1998) and UEFA Super Cup in 1980 and 2004. Valencia is the fourth most accomplished club in La Liga history.

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Valencia’s longest-tenured manager is Jacinto Quincoces, who managed the team for 204 matches from 1948 to 1954. He guided the team to a record of 111-34-59 during that time and won the Copa del Rey twice and Copa Eva Duarte once. He also returned to manage the team for a second, but brief, tenure for 25 matches in early 1959.

Regarding overall La Liga standings, Rafael Benítez is perhaps the club’s best manager of all time. He posted a record of 87-43-33 during his three seasons as manager and won the La Liga championship twice and one UEFA Cup.

Gennaro Gattuso was hired as Valencia state’s new manager on June 9, 2022. He’s the fourth Italian to manage the team.

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