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Established
1946 (74 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Coliseum Alfonso Pérez
(17,393 Capacity)

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Getafe

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Spanish La Liga
UEFA Europa League
Copa del Rey

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Upcoming Events
25 Oct 20 Getafe   -  Granada
01 Nov 20 Valencia   -  Getafe
08 Nov 20 Getafe   -  Villarreal
22 Nov 20 Eibar   -  Getafe
29 Nov 20 Getafe   -  Ath Bilbao

Latest Results
17 Oct 20 Getafe  1 - 0  Barcelona
03 Oct 20 Sociedad  3 - 0  Getafe
29 Sep 20 Getafe  3 - 0  Betis
26 Sep 20 Alaves  0 - 0  Getafe
19 Sep 20 Getafe  1 - 0  Osasuna

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Getafe Club de Fútbol (Spanish pronunciation: ), or simply Getafe, is a Spanish professional football club that plays in La Liga. The club is based in Getafe, a city in the Madrid metropolitan area. Getafe was founded in 1946 and refounded in 1983.

Getafe participated in the top level of Spanish football for 12 years between 2004 and 2016. The club's home stadium is Coliseum Alfonso Pérez which was founded in 1998 and can hold 17,393 spectators.

The club's main rivalries are against Leganés, based in close proximity to the city of Getafe, and a friendly rivalry against Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid.

History
Beginnings
Getafe Football Club was founded in 1924, only playing in lower divisions from 1928 to 1932. After the Spanish Civil War, in 1945 five Getafe locals – Enrique Condes García, Aurelio Miranda Olavaria, Antonio Corridor Lozano, Manuel Serrano Vergara and Miguel Cubero Francés – while meeting at La Marquesina bar, decided to form a local team. Officially founded on 24 February 1946, the club was named Club Getafe Deportivo.

The club originally played in the Campo del Regimiento de Artillería, which lacked goal posts. Shortly after, the club moved to San Isidro, housed in the current Municipal Sports Center of San Isidro. Here, Club Getafe was promoted to the third division following their victory against Villarrobledo in the 1956–57 season. Getafe was nearly promoted to the Segunda División in 1957–58, but was defeated by CD Almería.

On 2 September 1970, the club inaugurated its own stadium after being promoted back to the Tercera División. Presided by chairman Francisco Vara, Las Margaritas won a 3–1 victory over Michelín. The team survived in the third level that season, and six years later gained their first promotion to the second division.

Team Members
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Angel
#9




Chema
#6




Kenedy
#25




Jason
#23



Mauro
Arambarri
#18



Erick
Cabaco
#4



Leandro
Chichizola
#1



Marc
Cucurella
#15



Djené
Dakonam
#2



Xabier
Etxeita
#16



Cucho
Hernández




Nemanja
Maksimović
#20



Jaime
Mata
#7



Jorge
Molina
#19



Víctor
Mollejo
#26



Amath
Ndiaye
#11



Allan-Romeo
Nyom
#12



Mathías
Olivera
#17



Francisco
Portillo
#8



David
Soria
#13



Damian
Suarez
#22



David
Timor
#24



Enes
Unal
#9


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Stadium or Home

El Coliseum Alfonso Pérez es el estadio del Getafe Club de Fútbol. Está en Getafe (Comunidad de Madrid, España), en el barrio de Getafe Norte. El nombre del estadio se puso en honor del jugador de fútbol, Alfonso Pérez. Paradójicamente Alfonso nunca llegó a militar en el Getafe Club de Fútbol, ni llegó siquiera a enfrentarse a este equipo, ni ha jugado nunca en su estadio; pero es natural de la ciudad de Getafe, siendo probablemente el jugador de fútbol más famoso que haya dado esta localidad. Además en 1998, cuando se construyó el estadio, se encontraba en el punto álgido de su carrera.

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