Profile and Performance Records of Valencia Club

Valencia CF

Valencia Club de Futbol is a professional football club based in Valencia, Spain. This club is also known as Valencia C.F., Los Che or Valencia. Valencia is one of the most biggest and successful Spanish club that plays in La Liga. Valencia FC has won several trophies such as seven Copa del Rey trophies, two Fairs Cups, six La Liga titles,  one UEFA Cup, One UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, two UEFA Super Cups and two Spanish Super Cups. Valencia also reached seven major European finals and had won four of them. In the La Liga list of best clubs, Valencia is in third position behind Real Madrid and Barcelona. Originally the jersey of Valencia is white with orange trim shirts, black shorts and white socks with black trim but the color of the shirts and shorts are alternating between white and black through the years. Alternate color of the jersey is black with orange trim shirts with orange shorts and black socks.

Valencia is one of the most successful clubs in Europe and Spanish football. Valencia CF has reached seven major European finals and had won four of them. Valencia CF has won seven Copa del Rey trophies, six La Liga titles, two UEFA Super Cups, two Fairs Cups (predecessor of UEFA Cup), one UEFA Cup, one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and one Spanish Super Cup.  Santiago Canizares of Valencia CF played 416 games with the club as a goalkeeper. The highest appearances for the club are made by Fernando Gomez with 542 games. The maximum number of goals scored for the club is by Edmundo Suarez with 260 goals. Most of number of goals is conceded by Ignacio Eizguirre with 32 goals. The club played most number of games under the training of Alfredo Di Stefano with 303 games. Biggest home win by Valencia is against Sporting de Gijon with 18-0. Biggest away win by Valencia is against Lleida and Malaga with 6-1.

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