Valencia Score
Spanish La Liga
Valencia 1
Real Betis 1 3
3
0
W
Real Sociedad 1 2
Valencia
1
1
D
Valencia 4
FC Barcelona 5
0
1
L
Valencia 3
Mallorca 5
1
2
L
Sevilla 1 4
Valencia 7
1
1
D
Valencia 3
Elche 6
2
2
D
Osasuna 2 3
Valencia 1 6
1
2
W
RCD Espanyol 1 2
Valencia 1 1
2
2
D
Valencia 3
Celta Vigo 1 2
3
0
W
Rayo Vallecano 5
Valencia 2
2
1
L
Valencia 1 3
Getafe 1 6
5
1
W
Valencia 4
Atletico Madrid 3
0
1
L
Athletic Bilbao 5
Valencia 2
1
0
L
Valencia 1 2
Girona 3
1
0
W
International Club Friendly
Valencia
Atalanta
2
1
W
Castellon 5
Valencia 2
1
0
L
Nottingham Forest 2
Valencia 2
1
1
D
VfB Stuttgart 1
Valencia 3
5
2
L
St. Gallen 2
Valencia 3
0
2
W
Borussia Dortmund
Valencia
1
3
W
Spanish La Liga
Valencia 3
Celta Vigo 3
2
0
W
Valencia Fixtures
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Spanish La Liga
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Valencia Player
# Name Position
4
Yunus Musah Central Midfield
8
Ilaix Moriba Central Midfield
17
Nicolas Gonzalez Iglesias Central Midfield
18
Domingos Andre Ribeiro Almeida Central Midfield
1
Iago Herrerin Buisan Goalkeeper
13
Cristian Rivero Sabater Goalkeeper
25
Giorgi Mamardashvili Goalkeeper
 
Jaume Domenech Sanchez Goalkeeper
41
Tiago Ribeiro Defender
11
Samuel Castillejo Right Winger
9
Justin Kluivert Left Winger
16
Samuel Dias Lino Left Winger
6
Hugo Guillamon Defensive Midfield
2
Thierry Correia Right Back
20
Dimitri Foulquier Right Back
3
Antonio Latorre Grueso Left Back
14
Jose Luis Gaya Pena Left Back
21
Jesus Vazquez Left Back
5
Gabriel Armando de Abreu Centre Back
12
Mouctar Diakhaby Centre Back
15
Cenk ozkacar Centre Back
24
Eray Ervin Comert Centre Back
29
Fran Perez Centre Back
33
Cristhian Mosquera Centre Back
40
Diego López Centre Back
7
Edinson Cavani Centre Forward
19
Hugo Duro Centre Forward
22
Marcos de Sousa Centre Forward
 
Gennaro Ivan Gattuso Coach
About Valencia
Valencia logo
  • Name: Valencia
  • City: Valencia
  • Home Stadium: Mestalla
  • Established Date: 1919-03-18
  • Coach: Gennaro Ivan Gattuso
Valencia were founded in 1919 and have played their home games at the 49,500-seater Mestalla since 1923. They were due to move into the new 75,000-seater Nou Mestalla in the northwest of the city in 2013, but the final move date has been postponed while the stadium remains under construction.Valencia is the third-most supported football club in Spain, behind heavyweights Real Madrid and Barcelona. It is also one of the biggest clubs in the world in terms of number of associates (registered paying supporters, with more than 50,000 season ticket holders and another 20,000+ season ticket holders on the waiting list, who can be accommodated in the new 75,000-seater stadium.