Real Valladolid Score
Spanish La Liga
Levante
Real Valladolid 1
2
2
D
Real Valladolid 1 1
Elche 3
2
2
D
Real Valladolid 2
Valencia 3
0
1
L
Getafe 3
Real Valladolid 2
0
1
W
Cadiz 3
Real Valladolid 2
0
0
D
Real Valladolid 1
FC Barcelona 2
0
3
L
Sevilla 3
Real Valladolid 4
1
1
D
Spanish Copa Del Rey
SCR Pena Deportiva 1 3
Real Valladolid 3
1
1
D
UD Marbella 4
Real Valladolid 3
2
2
D
CD Cantolagua 1
Real Valladolid 1
0
5
W
Real Valladolid Fixtures
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Real Valladolid
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Spanish Copa Del Rey
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Real Valladolid Player
# Name Position
8
Enrique Perez Munoz Central Midfield
14
Ruben Alcaraz Central Midfield
17
Roque Mesa Quevedo Central Midfield
20
Federico San Emeterio Diaz Central Midfield
21
Miguel Alfonso Herrero, Michel Central Midfield
1
Jordi Masip Lopez Goalkeeper
13
Roberto Jimenez Gago Goalkeeper
30
Miguel Miguel Rubio Defender
43
Lucas Freitas Defender
55
Jose Luis Zalazar Martinez,Kuki Defender
27
Kuki Zalazar Midfielder
28
Ignasi Vilarrasa Midfielder
41
Sergio Benito Crujera Forward
10
Oscar Plano Pedreno Right Wing
11
Pablo Hervias Right Wing
12
Fabian Ariel Orellana Valenzuela Right Wing
19
Toni Villa Left Wing
23
Waldo Rubio Left Wing
40
Joao Pedro Neves Filipe Left Wing
2
Luis Perez Right Back
18
Saidy Janko Right Back
3
Raul Garcia Granero Left Back
22
Jose Ignacio Martinez Garcia,Nacho Left Back
4
Francisco Jose Olivas Alba,Kiko Centre Back
5
Javi Sanchez Centre Back
6
Bruno Gonzalez Cabrera Centre Back
15
Jawad El Yamiq Centre Back
24
Joaquin Fernandez Moreno Centre Back
7
Sergio Guardiola Navarro Centre Forward
9
Shon Weissman Centre Forward
16
Marcos de Sousa Centre Forward
 
Sergio Gonzalez Soriano Coach
About Real Valladolid
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  • Name: Real Valladolid
  • City: Real Valladolid
  • Home Stadium: Nuevo Jose Zorrilla
  • Established Date: 1928
  • Coach: Sergio Gonzalez Soriano
Valladolid's honours include a single trophy of great relevance, the defunct Copa de la Liga 1983'84. It has been runner-up in the Copa del Rey on two occasions (1949'50 and 1988'89), and has participated in two editions of the UEFA Cup (1984'85 and 1997'98) and also one edition of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (1989'90). The team subsidiary, the Real Valladolid B, currently play in the Segunda División B.Valladolid is the most successful football club in Castile and Leon by honours and history, with a total of 43 seasons in the First Division, 35 in the Second and 10 in the Third. Historically, Valladolid is the 13th best team in Spain by overall points. Two of its players have risen with the Pichichi Trophy: Manuel Badenes and Jorge da Silva; and ten were internationals with the Spain national football team.