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Valencia CFAlle Informationen zu FC Valencia auf einem Blick! Hier gelangen Sie zu den aktuellen News, Spielplan, Kader und Liveticker! Hier zur Infoseite von Valencia! Valencia CF. vollständiger Name. Valencia Club de Fútbol, S.A.D.. Stadt. Valencia. Land. Spanien. Spitzname. Los Ches, Club Che. Mitglieder. Farben. Der Valencia Club de Fútbol, im deutschsprachigen Raum bekannt als FC Valencia, ist ein spanischer Fußballverein aus Valencia. Die Mannschaft spielt in der Primera División, der höchsten spanischen Spielklasse.
Cf Valencia Valencia CF Fixtures & Results VideoTHREE KINGS DAY TEIKA DERBY ⚽👑 Der Valencia Club de Fútbol, im deutschsprachigen Raum bekannt als FC Valencia, ist ein spanischer Fußballverein aus Valencia. Die Mannschaft spielt in der Primera División, der höchsten spanischen Spielklasse. Alles zum Verein FC Valencia (LaLiga) ➤ aktueller Kader mit Marktwerten ➤ Transfers ➤ Gerüchte ➤ Spieler-Statistiken ➤ Spielplan ➤ News. Der Valencia Club de Fútbol (baˈlenθja ˈkluβ ðe ˈfuðβol), im deutschsprachigen Raum bekannt als FC Valencia, ist ein spanischer Fußballverein aus. Der FC Barcelona kämpft sich nur äußerst mühsam ins Fußball-Meisterschaftsrennen in Spaniens La Liga zurück, die Einstellung des Rekordes von Brasiliens.
Valencia CF won the Regional Championship in , and was eligible to play in the domestic Copa del Rey cup competition for the first time in its history.
The Spanish Civil War halted the progress of the Valencia team until , when it won the Copa del Rey, beating RCD Espanyol in the final.
In the —42 season, the club won its first Spanish La Liga championship title, although winning the Copa del Rey was more reputable than the championship at that time.
The club maintained its consistency to capture the league title again in the —44 season, as well as the —47 league edition.
In the s, the club failed to emulate the success of the s, even though it grew as a club. A restructuring of Mestalla resulted in an increase in spectator capacity to 45,, while the club had a number of Spanish and foreign stars.
Players such as Spanish international Antonio Puchades and Dutch forward Faas Wilkes graced the pitch at Mestalla.
While managing indifferent league form in the early s, the club had its first European success in the form of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup the forerunner to the UEFA Cup.
In the —62 season , Valencia beat FC Barcelona in the final. The —63 edition of the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup final pitted Valencia against Croatian club Dinamo Zagreb , which the Valencians also won.
Valencia was again present in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup final in the —64 season, but was defeated 2—1 by Real Zaragoza from Spain.
This secured Valencia its first qualification for the prestigious European Cup , contested by the various European domestic champions. In The club also finished runners up both in La Liga and the domestic cup, losing to Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, respectively.
The most notable players of the s era include Austrian midfielder Kurt Jara , forward Johnny Rep of the Netherlands and Argentinian forward Mario Kempes , who became the La Liga topscorer for two consecutive seasons in —77 and — Valencia would go on to win the Copa del Rey again in the —79 season, and also capture the European Cup Winners' Cup the next season, after beating English club Arsenal in the final, with Kempes spearheading Valencia's success in Europe.
After a disappointing season, Valencia was in 17th place and faced relegation with seven games left to play. In the —84 and —85 seasons, the club was heavily in debt under the presidency of Vicente Tormo.
The club finally hit rock bottom when it was relegated at the end of the —86 season, and riven with internal problems such as unpaid player and staff wages, as well as poor morale.
The club was relegated for the first time after 55 years in Spanish top-flight football. Bulgarian forward Luboslav Penev joined the club in , as Valencia aimed to consolidate their place in La Liga.
Guus Hiddink was appointed as head coach in the —92 season, and the club finished fourth in the League and reached the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey.
In , Valencia CF officially became a Sporting Limited Company, and retained Hiddink as their coach until Brazilian coach Carlos Alberto Parreira , fresh from winning the FIFA World Cup with the Brazilian national team , became manager at Mestalla in Valencia started the —00 season by winning another title, the Spanish Super Cup , beating FC Barcelona.
But the biggest success was in the UEFA Champions League ; for the first time in its history, Valencia reached the European Cup final.
However, in the final played in Paris on 24 May , Real Madrid beat Valencia 3—0. Also bought that season was Pablo Aimar in January.
Baraja, Aimar, Vicente, and Ayala would soon become a staple of Valencia's dominance of the early s in La Liga. Valencia started the championship on the right foot and were top of the league after 10 games.
After the Christmas break, however, Valencia started to pay for the top demand that such an absorbing competition like the Champions League requires.
This time, the final was to be played in Milan at the San Siro on 23 May. Gaizka Mendieta gave Valencia the lead by scoring from the penalty spot right at the start of the match.
After extra time, it went to penalties, where a Mauricio Pellegrino miss gave Bayern Champions League glory and dealt Valencia a second-straight exit in the finals.
Valencia went on to slip to fifth place in La Liga and out of Champions League contestation for the —02 season. The final game of the season meant Valencia only needed a draw at the Camp Nou against Barcelona to seal Champions League qualification.
Los Che lost to Barcelona 3—2 at the Nou Camp, with a last minute goal from Rivaldo resulting in Barcelona qualifying for the Champions League while Valencia missed out.
The president, D. There were also some changes in the team and staff. From up until the end of the season, Valencia had one of their most successful periods in the club's history.
With a total of two La Liga titles, one UEFA Cup , one Copa del Rey, and one UEFA Super Cup in those six years, no less than five first class titles and two Champions League finals had been achieved.
That first game against fellow title rivals Real Madrid produced a significant and important victory. Valencia were 2—0 down at half time, but a comeback in the second half saw Valencia win 3—2.
Furthermore, Real Madrid's defeat in Anoeta to Real Sociedad left Valencia with a three-point lead at the top of the table. The —03 season was a disappointing one for Valencia, as they failed in their attempt to retain the La Liga title and ended up outside of the Champions League spots in fifth, behind Celta de Vigo.
They were also knocked out in the quarter-finals of the Champions League by Internazionale on away goals. The —04 season saw Valencia trailing the longtime leaders Real Madrid.
In February, after 26 games played, Real Madrid were eight points clear. The club added the UEFA Cup to this success. Valencia had now been La Liga champions twice in three seasons.
He was replaced by former Valencia coach Claudio Ranieri , who had recently been sacked by Chelsea. His second reign at the club was a disappointment, however, as Valencia harboured realistic hopes of retaining their La Liga crown but, by February, found themselves in seventh place.
Valencia had also been knocked out of the Champions League group phase, with Ranieri being sacked promptly in February.
The —05 season ended with Valencia outside of the UEFA Cup spots. In the summer of , Getafe CF coach Quique Flores was appointed as the new manager of Valencia and ended the season in third place, which in turn gained Valencia a place in the Champions League after a season away from the competition.
The —07 season was a season with many difficulties, a season which started with realistic hopes of challenging for La Liga was disrupted with a huge list of injuries to key players and internal arguments between Flores and new Sporting Director Amedeo Carboni.
Valencia ended the season in fourth place and were knocked out of the Champions League at the quarter-finals stage by Chelsea 3—2 on aggregate, after knocking out Italian champions Inter in the second round.
A day later, Dutch manager Ronald Koeman announced he would be leaving PSV to sign for Valencia. But there was still no improvement; in fact, Valencia even went on to drop to the 15th position in the league, just two points above the relegation zone.
This was the club's seventh Copa title. Five days later, one day after a devastating 5—1 league defeat in Bilbao, Valencia fired Ronald Koeman and replaced him with Voro , who would guide Valencia as Caretaker Manager for the rest of the season.
He went on to win the first game since the sacking of Koeman, beating CA Osasuna 3—0 in his first game in charge. Voro would eventually drag Valencia from the relegation battle to a safe mid-table finish of 10th place, finally ending a disastrous league campaign for Los Che.
Highly-rated Unai Emery was announced as the new manager of Valencia on 22 May The start of the young manager's career looked to be promising, with the club winning four out of its first five games, a surge that saw the team rise to the top position of the La Liga table.
Despite looking impressive in Europe, Los Che then hit a poor run of form in the league that saw them dip as low as seventh in the standings.
Amid the slump emerged reports of a massive internal debt at the club exceeding million Euros, as well as that the players had been unpaid in weeks.
The team's problems were compounded when they were knocked out of the UEFA Cup by Dynamo Kyiv on away goals.
After a run where Valencia took only five points from ten games in La Liga, an announcement was made that the club had secured a loan that would cover the players' expenses until the end of the year.
This announcement coincided with an upturn in form, and the club won six of its next eight games to surge back into the critical fourth place Champions' League spot.
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Labels: La Liga , match preview , match report , news , results. Thursday, December 31, Happy New Year!
Just wanted to take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy new year on behalf of all of our contributors here on the forum. Saying that has been a rough year is a massive understatement.
Whether your struggle has been financial, career-related, relationship-related, physical or mental health-related, you lost a loved one, or a combination of any of those, you've made it this far and commendations to you for the strength and patience it took to make it through.
We can only hope that this new year brings with it, the light at the end of the tunnel for which many have persevered.
Bringing it back to Valencia, this has been no easy year being a supporter of this club. The team has averaged 1 point per game, is in danger of relegation, has been decimated financially, and players and fans alike have struggled to find motivation to continue.
It's normal and expected for people to feel this way given the situation at hand. We've become used to it in a way as Valencia fans over the years.
We can only hope that the sparks of the dying flame can be rekindled and the club can blaze forward once more. Some of the pieces to do that are already there, and the club has one of the strongest fan bases in the world to support such an effort.
Here at the forum, we have yet again managed to cover every single game in the year, across all competitions. We have done our best to keep you informed and updated on the latest developments surrounding the club.
That being said, the strength of this forum is in the support of the participants on here, and the diversity of opinions on different subjects.
Thank you very much to all of you for maintaining your support despite these difficult circumstances.
Whether you are a regular participant in the comments or a sporadic one, an active or casual viewer, we appreciate your support. We hope that this virtual space offered a sense of community in the absence of others, or even a moment of reprieve from the stresses of the world.
Once again, happy new year to all of you! We wish you, your loved ones, and the club the best of the health, wealth, success and happiness this new year has to offer.
Amunt Valencia! Wednesday, December 30, La Liga Matchday 16 Granada CF 2 - 1 Valencia CF Match Thread.
NEWS The transfer market will open on January 4th and there was some speculation as to who, if at all, will Valencia sign.
PREVIEW Granada suffered a away defeat at the hands Real Madrid. With the game being fairly even and Valencia squandering their good chances in front of goal, Sevilla took their chance late in the second half and grabbed the winner with a shot from Suso from the edge of the box Granada currently sit 7th in the league with 21 points from 14 games and Valencia are 16th with 15 points from 15 games.
FORM all competitions Granada: LWWDL Valencia: LDWDD SQUAD Racic will certainly miss this game due to having a case of vertigo during training.
Lato will also miss this game due to testing positive for COVID a while back. Counter attack from Granada ended in a shot from Kennedy at the edge of the penalty area and across the box, beating Jaume at the far post.
Yellow card shown to Foulquier. He tests the keeper and forces a save with the rebound falling onto the head of Guedes, who hits the target but the keeper is quick to react and save it.
A good tackle by Esquerdo wins possession for Valencia. Guedes receives the ball, pokes it to Cheryshev out wide, who then puts in a delightful cross to the far post for Gameiro to blast through from close range.
VAR checks the initial challenge from Esquerdo on Suarez and confirms that it's not a foul. He has Cheryshev, Guedes and Gameiro in support yet opts to go the distance himself and takes the shot, it is high and wide.
Wrong decision there. Kenedy beats Jaume from the free kick as his shot deflects off Gameiro and into the goal. The deflection confused Jaume and rooted him to the spot.
Jorge Molina replaces Roberto Soldado. Valencia down to 10 men. Valencia down to 9 men. Quini on for Foulquier and Soro on for Puertas.
Musah replaces Cheryshev. Koba Lein replaces Esquerdo who is struggling to continue playing. Jorge Molina with a glancing header to meet Soro's cross and beat Jaume.
Luis Suarez is replaced by Jesus Vallejo. Next game for Valencia will be on the 4th of January at Mestalla against Cadiz. Tuesday, December 22, La Liga Matchday Valencia CF 0 - 1 Sevilla FC Match Thread.
Following the previous fixture, there was some analysis of the game against Barcelona with articles questioning the penalty decision against Gaya and whether Messi's goal was offside.
From the management side, it is reported that Kim Koh has officially left his role at Valencia and will link up with Peter Lim in Singapore to take on a role in one of his businesses.
Finally, Javier Tebas gave another interview, this time with goal. He believes the current affairs aren't as bad as people make them out to be.
Yunus Musah Y. Jason Jason. Cristian Rivero Goalkeeper. Yunus Musah Right Winger. All arrivals. Ferran Torres Right Winger. Rodrigo Centre-Forward. Dani Parejo Central Midfield.
Geoffrey Kondogbia Central Midfield. Francis Coquelin Defensive Midfield. All departures. Carlos Soler Central Midfield. Manu Vallejo Left Winger.
Gabriel Paulista Centre-Back. All goalscorers. Kang-in Lee Attacking Midfield. Denis Cheryshev Left Winger.
Total ranking. Fortuna Sittard. End of loan Jun 30, Uros Racic. Toni Lato. CA Osasuna. End of loan Jul 20, Premier League. Ferran Torres.
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