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The club is also popularly nicknamed El Submarí Groguet or El Submarino Amarillo (Yellow Submarine) owing to its yellow home kit. It is also due to being a rather low-profile team if compared to Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia, who they have contested for trophies over the last decade. Villarreal has often been cited as an example of a small but successful club.

Villarreal CF – Position – 6th in La Liga

Founded – 1923

Address- Camino Miralcamp, 12540, Villarreal

Country- Spain

Name- Estadio de la Cerámica

City- Villarreal – Capacity- 24500

Records of the team till date

Villarreal’s biggest league victory at home has been achieved thrice. The score of 5–0 was the result against Salamanca (1998–99 in Segunda), Celta de Vigo (2002–03 in Primera), and then Tenerife (2009–10 in Primera). The most goals scored in a game was six, at home to Racing de Santander (2003–04 in Primera).

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The largest away victory was at Las Palmas by 5–1 (2000–01 in Primera) and 4–0 at Real Sociedad in the same league during the 2004–05 season.

The team is called El Submarino Amarillo (the Yellow Submarine) because of their yellow strip. The mascot (named Groguet, “Little Yellow”) is featured as an anthropomorphic submarine. He made his debut back on 26 October 2001 and was named on 13 December that year by a local 12-year-old, Javier Fuster Almela, after a province-wide competition open to under-15s.

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Villarreal CF was established as Villarreal CD on 10 March 1923 “to promote all sports especially Soccer.” The stadium was rented for mere 60 pesetas a month and ticket prices were set at only half a peseta for men and a quarter of a peseta for children. Women were granted free admission at that.

On 17 June 1923, Castellon, a modern rival of the club, played the first match against a team named after Cervantes. On 21 October of that year, Villarreal played their very first game ever, playing against Castellon. Villarreal started off with a kit of white shirts and black shorts that was reflected in their first badge.

04.03.2017 Villarreal CF 2-0 RCD Espanyol
02.03.2017 CA Osasuna 1-4 Villarreal CF
27.02.2017 Villarreal CF 2-3 Real Madrid
23.02.2017 AS Roma 0-1 Villarreal CF
19.02.2017 Real Sociedad 0-1 Villarreal CF
17.02.2017 Villarreal CF 0-4 AS Roma

Villarreal has supported a stretched rivalry with Castellon for geographical reasons, as both are from the province of Castellon. They also rival Valencia, since the two had been the most battling teams of the Valencian Community; this clash is named the “Derby de la Comunitat.”

Upcoming Matches Schedule

02.04. 17 23:30 Villarreal vs Eibar
05.04. 17 23:30 Betis vs Villarreal
09.04. 17 23:30 Villarreal vs Ath Bilbao
16.04. 17 23:30 Alaves vs Villarreal
23.04. 17 23:30 Villarreal vs Leganes
26.04. 17 23:30 Atl. Madrid vs Villarreal
30.04. 17 23:30 Villarreal vs Gijon
07.05. 17 23:30 Barcelona vs Villarreal
14.05. 17 23:30 Villarreal vs Dep. La Coruna
21.05. 17 23:30 Valencia vs Villarreal

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Villarreal entered regional contest within the Spanish football pyramid from 1929–30 onwards. The 1934–35 season witnessed the team lose to Cartagena when a victory would have seen them promoted to the nationwide Second Division. The club adopted their current badge in the middle of 1966.

In 1966–67, Villarreal returned to the Tercera as proud champions. In 1970, they reached the national Segunda for the very first time. After somehow avoiding relegation in their first season, they were relegated the following season. In 1975–76, they were relegated from the Tercera to the Regionals, but bounced back again the next season.

Top Scorers of the club

1. Giuseppe Rossi – 82

2. Diego Forlán 59

3. Juan Román Riquelme 45

4. Víctor Fernández 44

5. Ikechukwu Uche 35