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Valencia Club de Futbol, or as they are most commonly known, Valencia, is a professional Spanish football club based in the city of Valencia. They currently compete in La Liga, which is the top football division in Spain and have done so for almost their entire history. Valencia have spent just four seasons outside of La Liga and have been relegated just once in their history.
The club was founded on March 18, 1919 and play their home matches at the Mestalla Stadium. The Mestalla is one of the most iconic stadiums in Spanish football, playing host to a maximum capacity of 48,600, making it the eighth-largest stadium in Spain. It has been Valencia’s home since 1923 and played host to all three of Spain’s first round group matches at the 1982 World Cup.
Valencia’s youth academy is famed for producing a number of excellent talents through the years such as David Silva, Isco, Jordi Alba, David Albelda, Gaizka Mendieta, Raul Albiol and Miguel Angel Angelo.
Valencia are the fifth-most successful club in Spanish football when it comes to major honours won, with only Real Madrid, Barcelona, Athletic Bilbao and Atletico Madrid sitting ahead of them when it comes to trophies. They are six-time winners of La Liga, having won the title in the 1941/42, 1943/44, 1946/47, 1970/71, 2001/02 and 2003/04 seasons. As well as those six top flight titles, Valencia have also won the Segunda Division twice in 1930/31 and 1986/87. They have also enjoyed success in cup competitions, winning eight Copa del Rey titles in their history coming in 1941, 1949, 1954, 1967, 1979, 1999, 2008 and 2019. The most recent victory in 2019 saw them defeat Barcelona in the final and they also have one Spanish Super Cup to their name.
Los Che have also enjoyed success in European football over the years, having been regular competitors in UEFA competitions for much of their history. They won the UEFA Cup in 2003/04 under Rafa Benitez during a historic campaign, while they were also successful in the 1979/80 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. Valencia are two-time winners of the UEFA Super Cup and the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, as well as 1998 winners of the Intertoto Cup. Valencia also made it to the 2001 Champions League Final but were beaten on penalties by Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich.
Perhaps the most famous season in Valencia’s history is the 2003/04 campaign, which saw them win both La Liga and the UEFA Cup, as well as making the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey. It was the second time Rafa Benitez had guided the club to the La Liga title and his last season in charge before joining Premier League club Liverpool. They finished five points clear of Barcelona in the table and defeated Marseille in the UEFA Cup Final.
Fernando is the all-time leading appearance maker in Valencia’s history, having played 553 matches for the club between 1983 and 1998. Behind him in that list is Ricardo Arias and David Albelda, who each played 521 and 485 times for Valencia, respectively. Mundo is the all-time leading goalscorer for Valencia with 238 goals, while Waldo Machado, Mario Kempes, Fernando and David Villa round off the top five.