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Rayo Vallecano
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الاسم الكامل Rayo Vallecano de Madrid, S.A.D.
الكنية Franjirrojos, Vallecanos
تأسس 1924
الملعب Campo de fútbol de Vallecas,
Madrid, Spain
سعةالملعب 15,500
الرئيس Raúl Martín
المدير José Ramón Sandoval
الرئيس Raúl Martín
المدير José Ramón Sandoval
الدوري La Liga
2010–11 Segunda División, 2nd (promoted)
الموقع الإلكتروني Club website
ألوان الفريق ألوان الفريق ألوان الفريق
ألوان الفريق
ألوان الفريق
Home colours
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ألوان الفريق
ألوان الفريق
Away colours
Current season

Rayo Vallecano de Madrid, S.A.D., often abbreviated to Rayo, is a Spanish football team based in Madrid, in the neighbourhood of Vallecas. Founded on 29 May 1924, it currently plays in La Liga, holding home matches at the 15,500-seater Campo de fútbol de Vallecas.

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History

One of the perennial yo-yo clubs of Spanish football, Rayo Vallecano spent many years during the 1980s and 1990s moving back and forth between the first and second divisions. They appeared to have consolidated their top flight status after promotion in 1998–99, and the team's most successful season came in 2000–01, when they reached the UEFA Cup quarterfinals, going out only to eventual runners-up Deportivo Alavés (Rayo finished ninth in the previous season, but entered the competition via the fair play draw).

However, the club shortly thereafter fell on hard times, enduring successive relegations from the first (in 2002–03) and second divisions (2003–04). In 2005–06, the club hired Míchel, a legend for Real Madrid in the 1980s and 90s, as team manager.

The club finished the 2006–07 season in second place in third-tier, winning the promotion play-off semifinal, but losing in the final to SD Eibar (1–2 aggregate). The next season, Rayo returned to the second division after a four-year absence, winning the play-off, disposing of Benidorm CF in the semifinal, and Zamora CF in the last game (2–1 aggregate).

In the first season back in the second tier of Spanish football, Rayo finished comfortably, often either in or just outside the promotion places. That same year, its women's team was crowned league champions for the first time, thereby qualifying for the UEFA Women's Champions League, but were eliminated 2–5 on aggregate in the round-of-32, by Russia's WFC Rossiyanka.

In 2010–11, Rayo Vallecano finished in second position and returned to the top flight after an eight-year absence, only trailing champions Real Betis in spite of very serious economic problems.[1][2][3]


Club background

  • Agrupación Deportiva El Rayo (29 May 1924 – 13 November 1947)
  • Agrupación Deportiva Rayo Vallecano (13 November 1947 – 1995)
  • Rayo Vallecano de Madrid (1995–present)

N.B. Affiliate of Club Atlético de Madrid in 1949–50

Season to season

Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1949/50 14th
1950/51 13th
1951/52 9th
1952/53 7th
1953/54 17th
1954/55 2nd
1955/56 1st
1956/57 12th
1957/58 6th
1958/59 14th
1959/60 5th
1960/61 16th
1961/62 3rd
1962/63 2nd
1963/64 3rd
1964/65 1st
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1965/66 9th
1966/67 6th
1967/68 4th
1968/69 9th
1969/70 6th
1970/71 5th
1971/72 8th
1972/73 11th
1973/74 14th
1974/75 8th
1975/76 9th
1976/77 3rd
1977/78 10th
1978/79 15th
1979/80 16th
1980/81 5th
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1981/82 7th
1982/83 9th
1983/84 20th
1984/85 2ªB 1st
1985/86 15th
1986/87 5th
1987/88 5th
1988/89 2nd
1989/90 20th
1990/91 11th
1991/92 2nd
1992/93 14th
1993/94 17th
1994/95 2nd
1995/96 19th
1996/97 18th
Season Division Place Copa del Rey
1997/98 8th
1998/99 5th
1999/00 9th
2000/01 14th
2001/02 11th
2002/03 20th
2003/04 21st
2004/05 2ªB 3rd
2005/06 2ªB 5th
2006/07 2ªB 2nd
2007/08 2ªB 1st
2008/09 5th
2009/10 11th Round of 16
2010/11 2nd Third round
2011/12

  • Federación Regional Castellana de Fútbol (1928–30; 1939–49)
    • 7 seasons in Primera Categoría
    • 3 seasons in Segunda Categoría
  • Federación Obrera de Fútbol (1931–36)
    • 5 seasons


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Current squad

As of 1 February 2012.

الرقم المركز اللاعب
1 إسپانيا GK David Cobeño (vice-captain)
2 إسپانيا DF Tito
3 إسپانيا DF José Manuel Casado
4 إسپانيا DF Mikel Labaka
5 إسپانيا DF Alejandro Arribas
7 إسپانيا MF José María Movilla (3rd captain)
8 إسپانيا MF Míchel (captain)
9 إسپانيا FW Raúl Tamudo
10 إسپانيا FW Piti
12 إسپانيا DF Jorge Pulido (on loan from Atlético Madrid)
13 إسپانيا GK Dani Giménez
15 إسپانيا DF Raúl Bravo
16 الأرجنتين MF Emiliano Armenteros (on loan from Sevilla)
الرقم المركز اللاعب
17 إسپانيا MF Roberto Trashorras
18 إسپانيا MF Javi Fuego (4th captain)
19 البرازيل FW Diego Costa (on loan from Atlético Madrid)
20 إسپانيا MF Michu
22 البرازيل DF Sueliton Pereira
23 الجبل الأسود FW Andrija Delibašić
24 إسپانيا FW Daniel Pacheco (on loan from Atlético Madrid)
25 إسپانيا GK Joel Robles (on loan from Atlético Madrid)
27 غينيا FW Alhassane Bangoura
29 إسپانيا MF Diego Benito
32 السنغال MF Pape Diamanka
33 إسپانيا MF Alberto Perea
34 إسپانيا FW Rayco


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Staff

Notable former players

Club presidents

Period President Comments
1924–26 Julián Huerta
1926–27 José Montoya
1927–28 Galo Andrés
1929–30 José Antonio Sánchez
1930–31 Anastasio Sánchez
1931–36 Ángel Martínez
1939–43 Miguel Rodríguez Alzola (2nd term)
1943–46 Ezequiel Huerta
1946–48 José Rodríguez Rubio
1948–55 Miguel Rodríguez Alzola (2nd term)
1955–58 Jerónimo Martínez
1958–61 Tomás Esteras
1961–65 Iván Roiz
1965–73 Pedro Roiz
1973–78 Marcelino Gil
1978–80 Francisco Encinas
1980–81 Luis Quer
1981–89 Francisco Fontán
1989–91 Pedro García Jiménez
1991–94 José María Ruiz Mateos
1994–2011 Teresa Rivero Sánchez-Romate
2011– Raúl Martín Presa

Stadium

Estadio Teresa Rivero is a football stadium located on Calle Payaso Fofó 1, Vallecas. Opened on 10 May 1976, at first it was called "New Stadium Vallecas", but in January 2004, 13 years after the arrival of the Ruiz-Mateos family in 1991, it changed denominations, as the wife was also named by her husband, business man José María, the first woman president of an elite soccer team.

It has a capacity of 15,500 spectators in an all-seated format, and dimensions of 102x64m. Additionally, one of the goalends does not have a grandstand, just a big wall with information panels.

In June 2009, the club announced plans for the construction of a new stadium.

Miscellaneous info

  • Rayo Vallecano was Laurie Cunningham's last club – he was killed in a car crash just outside of Madrid in 1989, after a sole season. He also had represented neighbours Real Madrid four years.

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