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Valencia CF

Updated on June 04, 2013
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Basic Information

Official Name: Valencia CF

President: Juan Bautista Soler

Secretary: Enrique Lucas

Press Officer: Jordi Bruixola

Coach: Unai Emery

Address: Antigua Senda de Senent 11 46023 Valencia, Spain

Telephone:(+34) 96 337 2626

Fax: (+34) 96 337 2335

E-mail: mestalla@valenciacf.es

Website: http://www.valenciacf.es/

Uniform: white

Alternative uniform: black

Achievements

UEFA Cup Winners' Cup winner: 1980

UEFA Cup winner: 1962, 1963, 2004

UEFA Super Cup winner: 1980, 2004

IFFHS (International Federation of Football History and Statistics) Team of the Year: 2004

Spanish League Championship winner: 1942, 1944, 1947, 1971, 2002, 2004

Spanish Cup winner: 1941, 1949, 1954, 1967, 1979, 1999

Spanish Super Cup winner: 1949, 1999

Campeonato de Valencia winner: 1926, 1927, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1940

Campeonato de Levante winner: 1923, 1925

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (predecessor of UEFA Cup) winner: 1962, 1963

UEFA Champions League winner: 2000, 2001

History

1919: March 5: Foundation of Valencia CF. First president: Octavio Augusto Milego Díaz, May 21: First competitive game (against Valencia Gimnástico), December 7: First Stadium: Algirós ground

1921: New manager: Juan Armet de Castellví (nicknamed "Kinké")

1922: New president: Francisco Vidal Muñoz, New president: Ramón Leonarte Ribera, New manager: Agustin Sancho

1923: New Stadium: Estadio Mestalla, Campeonato de Levante winner, New manager: Antonin Fivebr

1924: New president: Pablo Verdeguer Comes

1925: New president: Facundo Pascual Quilis, Campeonato de Levante winner

1926: Campeonato de Valencia winner

1927: Campeonato de Valencia winner

1928: New manager: James Herriot

1929: New president: Juan Giménez Cánovas, New manager: Antonin Fivebr

1931: Campeonato de Valencia winner, New manager: Randolph Galloway

1932: New president: Manuel García del Moral, Campeonato de Valencia winner

1933: New president: Adolfo Royo Soriano, New manager: Jack Greenwell, Campeonato de Valencia winner

1934: Campeonato de Valencia winner, New manager: Antonin Fivebr

1935: New president: Francisco Almenar Quinzá, New manager: Andres Balsa

1939: New president: Alfredo Giménez Buesa, New manager: Ramon Encinas

1940: New president: Luis Casanova Giner, Campeonato de Valencia winner

1941: Spanish Cup winner

1942: Spanish League Championship winner, New manager: Leopoldo Costa Rino

1943: New manager: Eduardo Cubells

1944: Spanish League Championship winner

1946: New manager: Luis Casas Pasarín

1947: Spanish League Championship winner

1948: New manager: Jacinto Quincoces

1949: Spanish Cup winner, Spanish Super Cup winner

1954: New manager: Carlos Iturraspe

1956: New manager: Luis Miro

1954: Spanish Cup winner

1958: New manager: Jacinto Quincoces

1959: New manager: Otto Bumbel

1959: New president: Vicente Iborra Gil

1960: New manager: Domènec Balmanya

1961: New president: Julio de Miguel y Martínez de Bujanda

1962: New manager: Alejandro Scopelli, UEFA Cup winner, Inter-Cities Fairs Cup winner

1963: UEFA Cup winner, Inter-Cities Fairs Cup winner, New manager: Bernardino Perez Pasieguito

1964: Inter-Cities Fairs Cup finalist, New manager: Edmundo Suarez Trabanco

1965: New manager: Sabino Barinaga Alberdi

1966: New manager: Edmundo Suarez

1967: Spanish Cup winner

1968: New manager: Jose Iglesias Fernandez

1969: New manager: Enrique Buque and Salvador Artigas

1970: New manager: Alfredo Di Stéfano

1971: Spanish League Championship winner

1973: New president: Francisco Ros Casares

1974: New manager: Milovan Ciric

1975: New manager: Dragoljub Milosevic, New manager: Manolo Mestre

1976: New president: José Ramos Costa, New manager: Heriberto Herrera

1977: New manager: Marcel Domingo

1979: New manager: Bernardino Perez, New manager: Alfredo Di Stéfano, Spanish Cup winner

1980: UEFA Cup Winners' Cup wnner, UEFA Super Cup winner, New manager: Bernarino Perez

1982: New manager: Manolo Mestre, New manager: Miljan Miljanic

1983: New president: Vicente Tormo Alfonso, New manager: Koldo Aguirre, New manager: Francisco Garcia

1984: New manager: Roberto Gil

1985: New manager: Ruben Oscar Valdez

1986: New president: Arturo Tuzón Gil, New manager: Alfredo Di Stéfano, relegated to Second Division

1987: Promoted to First Division

1988: New manager: Roberto Gil, New manager: Víctor Espárrago

1991: New manager: Guus Hiddink

1992: Becomes a Sporting Limited Company

1993: New president: Melchor Hoyos Pérez, New manager: Francisco Real, New manager: Hector Nunez

1994: New president: Francisco Roig Alfonso, New manager: Guus Hiddink, New manager: Jose Manuel Rielo, New manager: Carlos Alberto Parreira

1995: New manager: Luis Aragonés

1996: New manager: Jorge Valdano

1997: New president: Pedro Cortés García, New manager: Jose Manuel Rielo, New manager: Claudio Ranieri

1999: New manager: Héctor Cúper, Spanish Cup winner, Spanish Super Cup winner

2000: UEFA Champions League winner

2001: New president: Jaime Ortí Ruiz, New manager: Rafael Benítez, UEFA Champions League winner

2002: Spanish League Championship winner

2004: New president: Juan Bautista Soler, New manager: Claudio Ranieri, UEFA Cup winner, UEFA Super Cup winner, Spanish League Championship winner, IFFHS (International Federation of Football History and Statistics) elects Valencia CF as Team of the Year

2005: New manager: Antonio Lopez Habas, New manager: Quique Sanchez Flores

2007: New manager: Ronald Koeman

2008: New manager: Salvador Gonzalez Marco (nicknamed "Voro"), New manager: Unai Emery

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