Real Betis are a Spanish football club who play in the La Liga wearing green and white striped home shirts. The club have won the La Liga on one occasion in the 1934-35 season and have won the Copa del Rey on two occasions in 1977 and 2005. The club's all time appearance maker is Julio Cardenosa and Manuel Dominguez holds the record for the most goals with 94.
Founded in Seville in 1907 Real Betis Balompie play in the Spanish La Liga. For home fixtures the club play at the 52,700 capacity all seater Estadio Manuel Ruiz de Lopera.
La Liga sees another kit range unveiled with Real Betis releasing their latest adidas shirts for 2016/17. The Real Betis green and white stripes poses as a timeless look within Spanish football and adidas have ensured the design is continued through their simple yet stylish home shirt for the clu [...]
La Liga club Real Betis officially release a striking exclusive shirt in tribute to The Week of the Andalusian Woman. In heart-warming fashion, Real Betis have modified their trademark green and white home shirt to offer flashes of pink which showcases its commemoration towards 'Semana de la Muje [...]
La Liga side Real Betis have officially launched their new home, away and third kits for the 2015-16 season. Newly promoted to La Liga, the new kits are supplied by adidas who signed a new kit deal with the Seville-based outfit in March [...]
Spanish side Real Betis are set to sign a long term kit deal with adidas according to reports [...]
Relegated to the Spanish Segunda Division for next season, Real Betis have launched their new home, away and third kits made by Macron. The new home shirt for the club is inspired by the shirt worn in 1977 when the club won their first ever Copa del Rey [...]
The Real Betis team name comes from Baetica the Roman name for Andalusia and the Real comes from the team's supporter the King of Spain Don Alfonso XIII in 1914. Balompie literally translated to mean football in Spanish, futbol is an anglicised version. The foundation date of Real Betis is disputed, in 1907 students from the Escuela Politecnica started Sevilla Balompie which merged with Betis FC in 1914.
The club's colours come from a trip to Scotland by one of the club's founding members, Manuel Ramos Asensio, who in 1912 received a set of green & black shirts from Glasgow Celtic and suggested the club adopt the kit. After an extended losing run the club decided the colours were unlucky and replaced them with a green and white version.