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Valencia Club de Fútbol is a Spanish football club based in Valencia. They play in La Liga. Valencia have won six La Liga titles, seven Copa del Rey titles, two Inter-Cities Fairs Cups, 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. 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 have a fierce rivalry with fellow Valencian club Villarreal, with whom they contest the Derbi de la Comunitat. The rivalry is further fueled by the fact they are the two most successful clubs in the region.
Location: Valencia
Arena/Stadium: Mestalla Stadium
Head Coach: Marcelino García Toral
Mascot: Valencia CF Bat

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Villarreal CF at
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Jan 26
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
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Feb 2
From Camp Nou in Barcelona
Real Sociedad at
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Feb 10
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
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Feb 14
From Celtic Park in Glasgow
RCD Espanyol at
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Feb 17
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
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Feb 21
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
CD Leganés
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Feb 24
From Estadio Municipal de Butarque in Leganés
Athletic Bilbao at
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Mar 3
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Girona FC
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Mar 10
From Estadi Montilivi in Girona
Getafe CF at
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Mar 17
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Sevilla FC
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Mar 31
From Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium in Seville
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Apr 3
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Rayo Vallecano
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Apr 7
From Campo de Fútbol de Vallecas in Madrid
Levante UD at
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Apr 14
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Real Betis
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Apr 21
From Benito Villamarín Stadium in Seville
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Apr 24
From Wanda Metropolitano Stadium in Madrid
SD Eibar at
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Apr 28
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
SD Huesca
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May 5
From Estadio El Alcoraz in Huesca
Deportivo Alavés at
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May 12
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Real Valladolid
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May 19
From Estadio José Zorrilla in Valladolid

Latest games

Celta de Vigo
1
Jan 19
From Balaídos in Vigo
Real Valladolid
1
Jan 12
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Deportivo Alavés
2
Jan 5
From Mendizorrotza Stadium in Vitoria-Gasteiz
SD Huesca
1
Dec 23
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
SD Eibar
1
Dec 15
From Ipurua Municipal Stadium in Eibar
Dec 12
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Sevilla FC
1
Dec 8
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Dec 1
From Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid
Nov 27
From Allianz Stadium in Turin
Rayo Vallecano
0
Nov 24
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Getafe CF
0
Nov 10
From Coliseum Alfonso Pérez
Nov 7
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Girona FC
1
Nov 3
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Athletic Bilbao
0
Oct 27
From San Mamés Stadium in Bilbao
Oct 23
From Stade de Suisse in Bern
CD Leganés
1
Oct 20
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Oct 7
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Real Sociedad
0
Sep 29
From Anoeta Stadium in Donostia / San Sebastián
Celta de Vigo
1
Sep 26
From Mestalla Stadium in Valencia
Villarreal CF
0
Sep 23
From Estadio de la Cerámica