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Established
1928 (92 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
José Zorrilla
(27,846 Capacity)

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Location
Valladolid

Nicknames
Pucela

League
Spanish La Liga

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Upcoming Events
25 Oct 20 Valladolid   -  Alaves
02 Nov 20 Villarreal   -  Valladolid
08 Nov 20 Valladolid   -  Ath Bilbao
22 Nov 20 Granada   -  Valladolid
29 Nov 20 Valladolid   -  Levante

Latest Results
18 Oct 20 Huesca  2 - 2  Valladolid
03 Oct 20 Valladolid  1 - 2  Eibar
30 Sep 20 Real Madrid  1 - 0  Valladolid
27 Sep 20 Valladolid  1 - 1  Celta Vigo
20 Sep 20 Betis  2 - 0  Valladolid

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Real Valladolid Club de Fútbol, S.A.D., or simply Real Valladolid or Valladolid, is a football club based in Valladolid (Castile and León, Spain) from where the nickname Pucela is derived. The colours that identify the club are the violet and white, used in the form of streaks in his uniform holder from its foundation on 20 June 1928. It plays in La Liga, holding home games at the Estadio José Zorrilla, which seats 27,846 spectators.

Valladolid's honours include a single trophy of great relevance, the defunct Copa de la Liga 1983/84. It has been runner-up in the Copa del Rey on two occasions (1949/50 and 1988/89), and has participated in two editions of the UEFA Cup (1984/85 and 1997/98) and also one edition of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1989/90). The team subsidiary, the Real Valladolid B, currently play in the Segunda División B.

Since the Club made its La Liga debut in the 1948-49 season (in which it became the first club from Castile and Leon to play in La Liga), Valladolid is the most successful football club in Castile and León by honours and history, with a total of 44 seasons in the First Division, 35 in the Second and 10 in the Third. Historically, Valladolid is the 13th best team in Spain by overall points. Valladolid is one of four clubs in La Liga in clubs with 40 or more seasons. Two of its players have risen with the Pichichi Trophy: Manuel Badenes and Jorge da Silva; and ten were internationals with the Spain national football team.

On 3 September 2018, it was announced Brazilian former international footballer Ronaldo Nazario had become the majority shareholder after purchasing a 51% controlling stake in the club.

As of 2019, Valladolid is one of six former La Liga Clubs from Castile and Leon to have been played in the Spanish top division.

Team Members
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Sergio
Asenjo
#1


Diego
Costa
#19



Fabricio



Antonio
Barragan
#19



Yuri
#17


Haris
Medunjanin
#6


Alberto
Bueno
#14


Pedro
Leon
#21


Pedro
Lopez
#19


Fabricio
Agosto
#13


Jesus
Rueda
#18


Fernandez
Borja


= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

Estadio José Zorrilla is a football stadium in Valladolid, Spain. The capacity of the stadium is 27,846 seats, making it the 22nd-largest stadium in Spain and the largest in Castile and León.

The stadium was built in 1982 and is named after poet José Zorrilla y Moral. Prior to this, they played in the old Estadio José Zorrilla.

The first match to be played at the stadium was a Spanish Liga match 20 February 1982 between Real Valladolid and Athletic Bilbao which ended in a 1–0 victory for Valladolid, the only goal being scored in the 84th minute by Jorge Alonso. The 1982 Copa del Rey Final was played at the stadium on 13 April, with Real Madrid defeating Sporting de Gijón 2–1.

During the 1982 FIFA World Cup, three Group D matches (Czechoslovakia-Kuwait, France-Kuwait and France-Czechoslovakia) were played at the Estadio Zorrilla.

Pop Superstar Michael Jackson performed a sold-out show on September 6, 1997 during his HIStory World Tour and concluded his European leg of the tour.

Plans are currently under way to expand the stadium to 40,000 spectators. The project is known as Valladolid Arena .

In 2016, the stadium hosted the Copa del Rey de Rugby final between SilverStorm El Salvador and VRAC Entrepinares. 26,500 spectators attended to the game beating the record of attendance to a rugby union match in Spain.

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