Velez Sarsfield are an Argentine football club based Buenos Aires and they currently play in the Primera Division. The club are most notably known for wearing white home shirts with the trademark blue v-design on the chest. Vélez has won the Argentine Primera División nine times, and has also won five international cups including both the Copa Libertadores and the Intercontinental Cup.
Club Atletico Velez Sarsfield is an Argentine football team from Buenos Aires. They were formed in 1910 and play their home games in the 49,500 capacity Estadio Jose Amalfitani, Av. Juan B, Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Argentinian club Velez Sarsfield unveil new third shirt for use in the 2016 Primera Division season. Taking significant inspiration from the club's first ever shirt, back in 1914, kit suppliers Umbro compose a striking green and red striped shirt with additional strokes of white for a trio of col [...]
Argentinian club Vélez Sarsfield have launched their new third shirt for the 2013 Argentinian Primera Division [...]
Velez Sarsfield is an Argentine Primera Division club from Buenos Aires, the capital city of the country [...]
After unveiled the new home and away shirts for the 2011/12 season in August 2011, which we reported to you and which you can see by clicking on the links, Velez Sarsfield has unveiled a new third shirt to be used in the 2012 Clausura season [...]
From 1933 the club have had white shirts with the blue v-design on the front and previously the had a green and red design and plain white and blue designs.
Vélez Sarsfield has no direct rival. Ferro Carril Oeste, based in the neighbourhood of Caballito, was Vélez's historical rival. The matches played between them were known as the Clásico del Oeste (in English: 'Western Derby').