Valencia Cf Tickets

The Estadio Del Mediterraneo, more popularly known as Mediterraneo Stadium is inviting football fans to witness one of Valencia’s well celebrated clubs, Valencia CF take down one of their fiercest rivals. At the forthcoming event, Valencia CF will be challenging UD Almeria, in what is expected to be an adrenaline pumping game. In its current season Valencia CF has taken down teams namely Bayern Munich, Levante UD, Malaga CF, FC Barcelona, Sevilla FC, Rayo Vallecano and Real Sociedad. As the 2013-14 season continues, Valencia CF tickets remain in high demand. 


Valencia CF


La Liga First Division

Club Anthem

Pasodoble composed by Ramon Gimeno Gil

The Mediterraneo Stadium

The forthcoming game between Valencia CF and UD Almeria is expected to be held at the Mediterraneo Stadium. Located in Almeria, Spain the venue was inaugurated in 2004. Owned by Ayuntameinto de Almeria the multi-purpose facility is not only known for hosting popular football games, it also holds athletics events regularly. Providing space for as much as twenty two thousand spectators, the Estadio Del Mediterraneo is most famous for hosting the Mediterranean Games in 2005. Celebrating its 15th anniversary, the Mediterranean Games invited over 3200 male and female athletes from over 21 countries. With the chance of winning 258 medals, these athletes participate in 27 different sports. This time the sports’ arena is inviting football fans to witness a game that will bring forth some of football’s top franchises.

Introducing Valencia CF

At the game, Valencia CF will be challenging UD Almeria, at the latter team’s home stadium. Founded in 1919 and officially approved as a football franchise in the same year, Valencia Club de Futbol is one of Spain’s most supported clubs. With Octavio Augusto Milego Diaz appointed as the team’s first president, Valencia CF played its debut game in the same year. The game took place against Valencia Gimnastico and was held away from the team’s home. From 1923 till presently, Valencia FC has practiced at the Mestalla Stadium. It is scheduled to relocate to the Nou Mestalla Stadium once the 75000 capacity football arena is completed. In its first season at the Mestalla Stadium, the football club was able to win the Regional Championship in a game held against Castellon Castalia in 1923. Joining La Liga after the Spanish Civil War came to an end in 1941; the team was able to win its very first La Liga Championship title. Further seasons i.e. 1943-44 and 1946-47 brought forth more wins as the teams were able to bag championship titles in these years. During the fifties, Valencia FC grew as a team and so did its supporters. Due to the club’s increasing popularity, its home stadium i.e. the Mestalla Stadium underwent renovations to increase the seating capacity. In its 1953-54 season the team won its debut Copa Del Generalisimo; football’s most respected title of that time.

Awards & Current Roster

Currently Valencia CF competes in the La Liga league, which is known as one of the most popular and biggest football clubs in European and Spanish football. Throughout its career, the Spanish franchise has won seven prestigious Copa Del Rey trophies, six La Liga championships, two UEFA Super Cups and Fairs Cups and one of UEFA Winners Cups’ and UEFA Cups. Supporting the colors orange, blue, yellow and black, the Valencia CF is currently owned by Amadeo Salvo with Juan Antonio Pizzi as the team’s manager. The roster consists of forward players namely Pablo Piatti, Jonas, Helder Postiga, Dorlan Pabon, Paco Alcacer and Robert Ibanez and defenders, Ruben Vezo, Victor Ruiz, Joao Pereira, Antonio Barragan, Ricardo Costa, Jeremy Mathieu and Jose Gaya. Midfielder’s positions are filled by Oriol Romeu, Sofiane Feghouli, Ever Banega, Juan Bernat, Javi Fuego, Andres Guardado, Dani Parejo and Sergio Canales. Lastly goalkeepers of the Valencia CF’s 2014 season are Diego Alves and Vicente Guaita. Watch your favorite athletes compete for the win.

More to Know about Valencia CF:

  • Valencia CF is one of the biggest football teams in the world with over 50,000 registered ticket holders for the current season and over 25,000 on the waiting list.
  • In 2012-13 season, the top scorer for the team was Roberto Soldado with 30 season goals.
  • Roberto Soldado, the striker for Valencia CF has held the record for the most number of goals since 2010, scoring 25 goals in 2010-11 and 27 goals in 2011-12.
  • The most expensive signing took place in Joaquin Sanchez, who was signed to Valencia CF in 2006 for 25 million Euros. The player transferred from Real Betis Club.
  • In 1962, Alejandro Scopelli, an Argentinean football player was the first foreigner in the club to win a trophy with Valencia. This trophy was the Fairs Cup.