Valencia Shirts

Valencia Shirts

Valencia Shirts

Valencia CF are nicknamed 'Los Che' and they currently play in La Liga where they play their home games at Mestalla, Valencia which holds 55,000 people. Valencia are one of the biggest clubs in Spanish football where they last won a La Liga title in the 2003-2004 season and they wear white home shirts with black shorts and white socks manufactured by Spanish brand Joma and their away shirt is all orange and the third shirt is yellow and red striped reflecting the clubs crest.

Valencia Club de Futbol were founded in 1919, Valencia CF is based in the city of Valencia, Spain. Valencia play their home games at their stadium which was opened in 1923; Mestalla, Avda. de Suecia s/n. 46010 Valencia. Their current roster features several well known players including Roberto Soldado, Adil Rami, Ever Banega and David Albelda.

adidas have handed their Spanish club of Valencia a special and stunning shirt for the Copa Del Rey. Taking striking inspiration from Valencia's iconic and famous colour of bright orange, the club's latest shirt perfectly represents the region through its overall colour-way and passionate design. [...]

adidas take Valencia's home and away shirts to all-new levels for 2016/17 with bold pops of orange trim. After a disappointing campaign last term, finishing below mid-table, Valencia hope for brighter things in 2016/17 which is emphasised through their latest kit range which uses flash accents of [...]

Revealing their "Senyera" Away Kit back in May, La Liga outfit Valencia have officially revealed their new home kit for the 2015-16 season [...]

Valencia play their home games wearing a white shirt, which has been worn by such names as; Pablo Aimar, Roberto Ayala, Mario Kempes, Romario and Zlatko Zahovic.

Valencia have spent many years at the top of the Spanish league, having won La Liga several times and twice already in 00´s. They have faired well recently in the UEFA Cup, having been beaten finalists in 2000 and 2001 and winning the European tournament in 2004.

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