Valencia

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Name: Valencia CF
Full Name: Valencia Club de Fútbol
Founded: 18 March 1919
City: Valencia
Stadium: Mestalla
Capacity: 55,000
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Watching Valencia used to be difficult for fans in the UK and until recently needed an expensive subscription to a Pay TV channel but now thanks to our live streaming partners and their live streaming console you can watch each and every match from the La Liga live.

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Step 1: Click here to sign up to BET365.com (A funded account/deposit is needed) (If you already have an account go to step 2

Step 2: Click on “Live Streaming”, found at the top of the page, in the darker green area.

Step 3: Select Football from the “Show All Events” drop down

Step 4: Click on the text stating the match (on the left hand side) and the game will appear on the screen, enjoy!
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Valencia Club de Futbol, also known as Valencia CF, Los Che or simply as there more common name of Valencia, are a leading Spanish football that are one of the main competitors to the Spanish giants of Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Due to been based in the 3rd largest city in Spain and been the dominant team in the region, Valencia CF have built up a huge fan base with one of the largest member bases in the world.

The club has enjoyed success throughout its history but in the last 20 years or so much of that success has been built around its prolific youth academy, known as Cantera, which has produced the likes of Raul Albiol, Andres Palop, Miguel Ángel Angulo, David Albelda, Gaizka Mendieta and David Silva.

Valencia’s home playing strip of whites shirts with black socks is iconic in Spanish and European football with orange normally featuring somewhere on either there home, away or European kits.

The clubs Mestalla stadium has been their home ever since 1923 and is known for it’s steep terracing which helps give an intimidating atmosphere that can provide a great advantage to Valencia, especially in big derby matches.

The club have a number of rivalry with the biggest been with their city rivals Levante UD with other local clubs including Hercules CF and CD Castellon also having rivalries with Los Che.

What Can I Watch?

You can watch each and every Valencia match live from La Liga and many matches from the Copa del Rey.

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Valencia are one of the biggest teams is Spanish football but they have struggled to match the likes of Real Madrid and FC Barcelona for finances and that has seen them drop away from a team constantly challenging for titles and even for the Champions League.

In the early 2000’s, Valencia were one of the teams to avoid in continental football and gave us all some memorable matches under the likes at the imposing Mestalla stadium including matches against a number of English sides with a dominant display against Leeds United a high for home fans.

Whilst the steeply banked Mestalla does give a great atmosphere and the orange seats make for an instantly recognisable venue, there can be no denying that the ground has seen its best and lacks the facilities needed to challenge the bigger clubs.

That is especially true for the Valencians after Atletico Madrid and Athletic Bilbao have added more seats and better corporate facilities over the last decade but in any way sit has become a lost decade for Valencia after they started to build a whole new stadium back in 2007.

The club were supposed to move into their new state of the art stadium back in 2013 but the ground has remained partially built after the club run of finances to continue building it.

Whilst it does look likely that the ground will be built at some point, it has meant the club have lacked the funds to challenge the top teams and to keep hold of their talent.

That has been especially hard hitting for the club as they have developed a reputation for bringing through great talents from their youth ranks to the first team or for spotting young talent at other clubs and turning them into stars.

Such players include Andres Palop, Raul Albiol, Miguel Angel Angulo, Gaizka Mendieta, David Albelda, David Silva, Juan Bernat, Isco, Jordi Alba, Jose Gaya, Carlos Soler and Paco Alcacer.

With trophies difficult to wrestle away from the likes of Barca and Real Madrid in Spain, it is to the credit of Valencia that they have managed to pick up as many domestic trophies as they have including multiple La Liga titles, multiple Copa Del Rey (the Spanish version of the FA Cup) trophies as well as single wins in the Supercopa de Espana and the Copa Eva Duarte finals.

The club have also enjoyed success in European competitions with back to back Champions League wins at the turn of the century followed by a win in the UEFA Cup (now the Europa League) as well as wins in the Cup Winners Cup, the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, the European Super Cup and the UEFA Intertoto Cup.

If you are a fan of Valencia you will know that it can be difficult to watch their matches live on British tv as so many of the La Liga matches picked by UK tv stations are the ones featuring the giants of Barcelona and Real Madrid. Even if Valencia are picked, you will need an expensive subscription to watch the action but the good news for fans is that you can watch all of the action live online from Valencia matches via our Valencia live stream partners.

What Valencia CF Matches Can I Watch?

You can watch each and every Valencia match live from La Liga and many matches from the Copa del Rey in Spain.

How Can I Watch Valencia CF in Action?

To watch all Valencia matches all that you need is a our live streaming partners account.

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