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Established
1923 (97 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Martínez Valero
(36,017 Capacity)

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Location
Elche, Alicante

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League
Spanish La Liga

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01 Nov 20 Betis   -  Elche
06 Nov 20 Elche   -  Celta Vigo
22 Nov 20 Levante   -  Elche
29 Nov 20 Elche   -  Cadiz
06 Dec 20 Villarreal   -  Elche

Latest Results
23 Oct 20 Elche  2 - 1  Valencia
18 Oct 20 Alaves  0 - 2  Elche
03 Oct 20 Elche  0 - 0  Huesca
30 Sep 20 Eibar  0 - 1  Elche
26 Sep 20 Elche  0 - 3  Sociedad

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Elche Club de Fútbol, S.A.D. (Valencian: Elx Club de Futbol, S.A.D.), is a Spanish football team based in Elche, Province of Alicante, in the Valencian Community. Founded in 1923 it currently plays in La Liga, holding home matches at Estadio Manuel Martínez Valero, with a capacity of 36,017 seats.

Founded in 1923 as the result of a merger between all of the town's clubs, Elche entered the league system in 1929, reaching Segunda División in 1934 and La Liga in 1959, finishing fifth in the latter tournament in 1963–64. It was runner-up in the Copa del Rey in 1969.

Team Members
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Jonathas



Carles
Gil



David
Lomban



Victor
Rodriguez



Carlos
Sanchez
#7


Faycal
Fajr
#21


Damian
Suarez
#22


Mario
Pasalic
#88

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Stadium or Home

The Estadio Martínez Valero is a stadium located in the Spanish city of Elche in the province of Alicante, Valencian Community. It is the home stadium of Elche CF, a team that is currently playing in La Liga Segunda División. Its name pays tribute to the late president of the club, Manuel Martínez Valero. It hosted the largest rout in the finals of a World Cup and hosted the final of the Copa del Rey in 2003. The Spanish football team has played several friendly matches and competitive qualifiers there.

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