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Valencia
Valencia
Full name València Club de Fútbol, S.A.D.
Nickname(s) Los Che
Chotos (goats)
Els taronja (The Orange)
Valencianistas
Los Murciélagos (The Bats)
Founded 18 March 1919
Ground Estadio Mestalla
(Capacity: 55,000)
Owner Flag of Singapore Peter Lim
Chairman South Korea Chan Lay Hoon
Manager Flag of Spain Pako Ayestarán
Current League La Liga 
2016-17 La Liga, 12th
Website Club home page
Valencia 2016–17 homeValencia 2016–17 awayValencia 2016–17 third
Football current event Current season

Valencia Club de Fútbol also known as Valencia CF, Valencia or Los Che) are a Spanish football club based in Valencia. They play in La Liga and are one of the most successful and biggest clubs in Spanish football and European football. Valencia have won six La Liga titles, seven Copa del Rey trophies, two Fairs Cups (which was the predecessor to the UEFA Cup), one UEFA Cup, one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and two UEFA Super Cups. They also reached two UEFA Champions League finals in a row, losing to La Liga rivals Real Madrid in 2000 and Bayern Munich on penalties after a 1–1 draw in 2001. Valencia were also members of the G-14 group of leading European football clubs. In total, Valencia have reached seven major European finals, winning four of them.

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Valencia Club de Fútbol, SAD

Current seasonClub honoursManagersSquadsPlayersMestalla Stadium
History: Seasons

Valencia CF
Valencia CF squad - 2017-18

1. Alves 2. Cancelo 3. Vezo 4. Augusto 5. Mustafi 6. Orbán 7. Negredo 8. Feghouli 9. Alcácer 10. Parejo 11. Piatti 13. Yoel 15. Pérez 17. Rodrigo 18. Fuego 19. Barragán 20. De Paul 21. Gomes 23. Otamendi 31. Gayà

Valencia Club de Fútbol, SAD - Managers

Kinké (1921–22 Sancho (1922–23) · Fivébr (1923–28) · Herriot (1928–29) · Fivébr (1929–31) · Galloway (1931–33) · Greenwell (1933–34) · Fivébr (1934–35) · Balsa (1935–36) · Encinas (1939–42) · Rino (1942–43) · Cubells (1943–46) · Pasarín (1946–48) · Quincoces (1948–54) · Iturraspe (1954–56) · Miró (1956–58) · Quincoces (1958–59) · Bumbel (1959–60) · Quincocesi (1960) · Balmanya (1960–62) · Scopelli (1962– 63) · Pasieguito (1963–64) · Mundo (1964–65) · Barinaga (1965–66) · Mundo (1966– 68) · Joseíto (1968–69) · Buqué & Artigas (1969–70) · Di Stéfano (1970–74) · Ćirić (1974–75) · Milošević (1975) · Mestre (1975–76) · Herrera (1976–77) · Mestre (1977) · Domingo (1977–79) · Pasieguito (1979) · Di Stéfano (1979–80) · Pasieguito (1980–82) · Mestre (1982) · Miljanić (1982–83) · Aguirre (1983) · Paquito (1983–84) · Gil (1984–85) · Valdez (1985–86) · Di Stéfano (1986–88) · Gil (1988) · Espárrago (1988–91) · Hiddink (1991–93) · Núñez (1993–94) · Hiddink (1994) · Parreira (1994–95) · Aragonés (1995–96) · Valdano (1996–97) · Ranieri (1997–99) · Cúper (1999–2001) · Benítez (2001–04) · Ranieri (2004–05) · López Habas (2005) · Flores (2005–07) · Koeman (2007–08) · Voroi (2008) · Emery (2008–12) · Pellegrino (2012) · Voroi (2012) · Valverde (2012–13) · Đukić (2013) · Estévezi (2013) · Pizzi (2014) · Nuno (2014–15) · Voroi (2015) · Neville (2015–16) · Ayestarán (2016) · Voroi (2016) · Prandelli (2016–)

La Liga 2017-18

Alavés · Athletic Bilbao · Atlético Madrid · Barcelona · Betis · Celta Vigo · Deportivo La Coruña · Eibar · Espanyol · Getafe · Girona · Las Palmas · Leganés · Levante · Málaga · Real Madrid · Real Sociedad · Sevilla · Valencia · Villarreal

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