Getafe Shirts

Getafe Shirts

Getafe Shirts


Getafe CF play their home games wearing an all blue home shirt which is supplied by Spanish brand Joma. The club have never won the La Liga titles or Copa del Rey title and they have played in the top division of Spanish football for over a decade. The club have played a historic rivalry against Leganes but in recent times Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid are the club's biggest rivals.



Getafe was founded in 1946 and re-founded in 1983. Getafe play their home games at Coliseum Alfonso Perez, Getafe, Madrid. Their first La Liga season came in the 2004/2005 season. Getafe were tipped to go back down to Spanish Second division football immediately but they managed to hang on in the Primera Liga and made massive improvements in the following seasons. Their best ever achievements up to date is that of being Runners-up in the Copa del Rey in the 2006-07 season. Getafe can go a step further in this season (07/08) if they manage to overcome Valencia in the Cup final.

Spanish outfit Getafe CF have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for the 2015-16 season. Again supplied by Joma, the all new kits for Getafe CF all use the same kit template which includes a rounded crew-neck collar and unique triangular line design on the sides, sleeves and [...]

Again supplied by Spanish brand Joma, Getafe have launched their new home, away and third kits for next season. All three shirts feature a new sponsor international active Italian real estate broker Tecnocasa [...]

Getafe is a Spanish football club playing in La Liga, the top division in Spain [...]

Getafe started bagging wins over quality teams like Valencia and Atletico Madrid. Getafe's most memorable cup tie win definitely goes back to the Copa del Rey cup tie against Barcelona. The first leg was an embarrassing moment for Getafe as they were trounced by Barca 5-2 yet they managed to produce a magnificent come back to beat them 6-5 on aggregate.

Getafe lately could have gone through to the UEFA Cup semi-finals had it not been for a very unlucky night at the Coliseum. Getafe lost a 1-0 to Bayern Munich in the dying seconds of regular time and then lost a two-goal lead in extra-time, again in the dying moments of extra-time.


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