Football clubs similar to or like Valencia CF

Spanish professional football club in Valencia. Wikipedia

  • Association football club based in Valencia, Spain, that plays in La Liga. Formed in 1919, and played its first competitive match on 21 May 1919, when it lost 1–0 to Valencia Gimnástico. Wikipedia

  • FC Barcelona

    Spanish professional football club based in Barcelona, that competes in La Liga, the top flight of Spanish football. Founded in 1899 by a group of Swiss, Spanish, English, and Catalan footballers led by Joan Gamper, the club has become a symbol of Catalan culture and Catalanism, hence the motto "Més que un club" ("More than a club"). Wikipedia

  • Atlético Madrid

    Spanish professional football club based in Madrid, that play in La Liga. The club play their home games at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, which has a capacity of 68,456. Wikipedia

  • History of Valencia CF

    Established on 5 March 1919 and officially approved on 18 March 1919, with Octavio Augusto Milego Díaz as its first president; incidentally the presidency was decided by a coin toss. The club played its first competitive match away from home on 21 May 1919 against Valencia Gimnástico, and lost the match 1–0. Wikipedia

  • Term used in Spain to refer to youth academies and farm teams organized by sports clubs. Also used to refer to the geographical area that clubs recruit players from. Wikipedia

  • Pep Guardiola

    Spanish professional football manager and former player, who is the current manager of club Manchester City. Considered to be one of the greatest managers of all time and holds the record for the most consecutive league games won in La Liga, the Bundesliga and the Premier League. Wikipedia

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    • City's reward was a tie against Spanish giants Valencia and despite putting up a spirited second leg performance, Stoke went out 2–0 on aggregate.Stoke City F.C.-Wikipedia
    • But they were beaten in the final by newly crowned Spanish champions Valencia and once again fans were forced to continue waiting for the next trophy to come along.Olympique de Marseille-Wikipedia
    • In 2004, the cup returned to Spain with Valencia being victorious, and then Sevilla succeeded on two consecutive occasions in 2006 and 2007, the latter in a final against fellow Spaniards Espanyol.UEFA Europa League-Wikipedia
    • During the 1940s Valencia, Atlético Madrid and Barcelona emerged as the strongest clubs, winning several titles.La Liga-Wikipedia
    • When the Primera División resumed after the Spanish Civil War, it was Atlético Aviación (nowadays Atlético Madrid), Valencia, and FC Barcelona that emerged as the strongest clubs.La Liga-Wikipedia
    • In Del Bosque's first season in charge Real won the Champions League for the eighth time, following a 3–0 victory over Valencia in the final, with goals from Morientes, McManaman and Raúl.Real Madrid CF-Wikipedia

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