List of Valencia CF records and statistics

Valencia Club de Fútbol (also known as Los Che) are a Spanish professional football club based in Valencia. This article contains historical and current statistics and records pertaining to the club.

Recent seasonsEdit

Season League Cup[1] Europe Other Comp. Top scorer(s)[2]
Div P W D L GF GA Pts Pos Name(s) Goals
2010–11 1 38 21 8 9 64 44 71 3rd R16 Champions League R16 Roberto Soldado 25
2011–12 1 38 17 10 11 59 44 61 3rd SF Champions League
Europa League
GS
SF
27
2012–13 1 38 19 8 11 67 54 65 5th QF Champions League R16 30
2013–14 1 38 13 10 15 51 53 49 8th R16 Europa League SF Paco Alcácer 14
2014–15 1 38 22 11 5 70 32 77 4th R16 14
2015–16 1 38 11 11 16 46 48 44 12th SF Champions League
Europa League
GS
R16
15
2016–17 1 38 13 7 18 56 65 46 12th R16 Munir
Rodrigo
7
2017–18 1 38 22 7 9 65 38 73 4th SF Rodrigo 19
2018–19 1 38 15 16 7 51 35 61 4th W Champions League
Europa League
GS
SF
15
2019–20 1 38 14 11 13 46 53 53 9th QF Champions League R16 Supercopa de España SF Maxi Gómez 11

Statistics in La LigaEdit

  • Average Attendance: 46,894
  • Socios: 45,116
  • Seasons in First Division: 77
  • Seasons in Second Division: 4
  • Historical classification in La Liga: 3rd place.
  • Highest position in League: 1st place
  • Lowest position in League: 16th place
  • Games played: 2,474
  • Games won: 1,109
  • Games drawn: 569
  • Games lost: 796
  • Goals for: 4,108
  • Goals against: 3,217
  • Goal difference: 891
  • Overall points: 3,105
  • Biggest home win: Valencia 8–0 Sporting de Gijón (29/11/53)
  • Biggest away win: Lleida 1–6 Valencia (04/02/51) and Málaga 1–6 Valencia (31/01/04)
  • Biggest home defeat: Valencia 0–5 Real Madrid (20/01/13)
  • Biggest defeat: Sevilla 10–3 Valencia (13/10/40) and Barcelona 7–0 Valencia (03/02/16)
  • Pichichi's won: Mundo (2): 1941–42 – 27 goals, 1943–44 – 27 goals; Ricardo Alos: 1957–58 – 19 goals; Waldo Machado: 1966–67 – 24 goals; Mario Kempes (2): 1976–77 – 24 goals, 1977–78 – 28 goals.
  • Zamora's won: Ignacio Eizaguirre (2): 1943–44 – 32 goals conceded, 1944–45 – 28 goals conceded; Goyo: 1957–58 – 28 goals conceded; Ángel Abelardo: 1970–71 – 19 goals conceded; Jose Luis Manzanedo: 1978–79 – 26 goals conceded; José Manuel Ochotorena: 1988–89 – 25 goals conceded; Santiago Cañizares (3): 2000–01 – 34 goals conceded, 2001–02 – 23 goals conceded, 2003–04 – 25 goals conceded.
  • Most games played: Fernando (554), Arias (518), David Albelda (485), Miguel Ángel Angulo (430)
  • Most goals scored: Mundo (206), Waldo (158), Mario Kempes (146), Fernando (143)

Statistics in European competitionEdit

General statisticsEdit

Historical dataEdit

  • First goal in VCF History: Pepe Llobet (25/07/19), Valencia 1–1 Gimnastico CF

Overall seasons table in La LigaEdit

Pos. Club Season In D1 Pl. W D L GS GA Dif. Pts Champion 2nd place 3rd place 4th place
3 Valencia 80 2588 1163 598 827 4296 3356 940 3296 6 6 10 11

Last updated: 6 January 2016 [3]
Pos. = Position; Pl = Match played; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Lost; GS = Goals Scored; GA = Goals Against; P = Points.
Colors: Gold = winner; Silver = runner-up.

Milestone goals in La LigaEdit

Goal Number Date Player Match & result
1 29/11/31 Navarro VCF 5 – Real Irún 1
1000 12/10/52 Fuertes Espanyol 2 – VCF 5
2000 16/04/72 Claramunt VCF 2 – Sevilla 0
3000 09/01/94 Pizzi Real Valladolid 1 – VCF 1
4000 14/11/10 Tino Costa VCF 2 – Getafe 0

Milestone goals in European CupEdit

Goal Number Date Player Match and Result
1 19/08/71 José Vicente Forment VCF 3 – 1 Union Luxembourg
100 21/11/06 Raúl Albiol Olympiacos 2 – 4 VCF

Appearance recordsEdit

Competitive, professional matches only.

Rank Name Years League Cup Europe[A] Other[B] Total
1 Fernando Gómez 1984–1998 421 73 20 40 554
2 Ricardo Arias 1976–1992 375 62 34 47 518
3 David Albelda 1997–2013 351 27 101 6 485
4 Miguel Ángel Angulo 1996–2009 312 29 83 6 430
5 Santiago Cañizares 1998–2008 305 10 97 6 418

Goalscoring recordsEdit

Competitive, professional matches only.

Rank Name Years League Cup Europe[A] Other[B] Total
1 Edmundo Suárez 1939–1950 186 52 0 0 238
2 Waldo Machado 1962–1969 115 13 30 0 158
3 Mario Kempes 1977–1981
1982–1984
116 17 13 0 146
4 Fernando Gómez 1984–1998 108 23 3 9 143


Pichichi winnersEdit

Player Season Goals
  Mundo 1943–44 27
  Ricardo Alós 1957–58 19
  Waldo 1966–67 24
  Mario Kempes 1976–77 24
  Mario Kempes 1977–78 28

Zamora winnersEdit

Player Season
  Ignacio Eizaguirre 1943–44
  Ignacio Eizaguirre 1944–45
  Goyo 1957–58
  Angel Abelardo 1970–71
  José Luis Manzanedo 1978–79
  José Manuel Ochotorena 1988–89
  Santiago Cañizares 2000–01
  Santiago Cañizares 2001–02
  Santiago Cañizares 2003–04

FootnotesEdit

A. ^ The "Europe" column constitutes goals and appearances in the UEFA Competition.
B. ^ The "Other" column constitutes goals and appearances in the Segunda División, Supercopa de España and the Copa de la Liga.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Spanish Cup Winners
  2. ^ All goals scored in all official competitions
  3. ^ All Time Table of Spanish team in La Liga