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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.
- Forest lost the 1980 European Super Cup on away goals after a 2–2 aggregate draw against Valencia; Bowyer scored both Forest goals in the home first leg.
- 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.
- 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.
- During the 1940s, Valencia, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona emerged as the strongest clubs winning several titles.
- 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.
- Swansea enjoyed initial success in Europe, beating Spanish side Valencia 3–0 at the Mestalla Stadium in September 2013.
- At the end of the season, Ranieri left Fiorentina for Valencia in Spain, with Cecchi Gori appointing Alberto Malesani as his replacement.
- Days later, Bayern won the Champions League for the fourth time after a 25-year gap, defeating Valencia on penalties.
- They also reached the quarter-final round of the Copa del Rey, where they were beaten by eventual champions Valencia.
- The current title holders are Valencia.
- Honda sponsored La Liga club Valencia CF starting from 2014–15 season.
- In 2018–19, Eintracht had the 21st highest attendance in Europe, ahead of such prominent clubs as Olympique Lyonnais, Paris Saint-Germain and Valencia CF.
- Barcelona finished the 2007–08 season third in La Liga and reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League and Copa del Rey, both times losing to the eventual champions, Manchester United and Valencia, respectively.
- However, in the 1962–63 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, Dinamo managed to reach the final, but lost 4–1 on aggregate to Spanish side Valencia.
- Valencia is also internationally famous for its football club, Valencia CF, one of the most successful clubs in Europe and La Liga, winning the Spanish league a total of six times including in 2002 and 2004 (the year it also won the UEFA Cup), and was a UEFA Champions League runner-up in 2000 and 2001.
- in the club's most successful European campaign since 1999, it reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Cup (eliminating such teams as Valencia and Paris Saint-Germain) but was defeated at that stage by Shakhtar Donetsk.
- They also finished runners-up in the same competition in 1963 when they lost to Valencia.
- On 3 May 2018, Marseille reached the final of the 2017–18 UEFA Europa League after eliminating Salzburg in the semi-finals (2-0, 1-2 a.e.t.), 14 years after its last final in a European competition in 2004 against Valencia.
- Le club au scapulaire then two seasons later defeated Club Brugge 4–1 on aggregate in the fourth round to reach the 2004 UEFA Cup quarter-finals, where the club fell to eventual winners Valencia.
- They were drawn in Group H alongside Valencia, Lyon and Gent.
- Later years saw Hajduk achieve memerable home wins against Valencia (4–1), Bordeaux (4–1), Marseille (2–0), Tottenham Hotspur (2–1) and a friendly win against Manchester United (6–0), considered to be United's biggest loss outside England.
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