Getafe
Spain Spain
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18 Aug Sunday - ROUND 1
Team Overview

Getafe Club de Fútbol, commonly known as Getafe, is a Spanish football club based in the Madrid suburb of Getafe. Founded in 1946, the club has a relatively short but eventful history. Getafe has spent the majority of its existence in the lower divisions of Spanish football, but in recent years, they have established themselves as a regular La Liga side. Getafe's major accomplishments include reaching the final of the Copa del Rey in the 2006-2007 season, where they narrowly lost to Sevilla. They have also qualified for European competitions, participating in the UEFA Cup and the UEFA Europa League. The club's home venue is the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez, named after a former player who tragically passed away at a young age. Getafe's nickname is "Azulones," which translates to "The Deep Blues," referring to the club's traditional blue home kit. An interesting fact about Getafe is that they have a reputation for being a defensively solid team, often employing a disciplined and organized style of play. This has allowed them to compete against more established clubs in Spanish football.

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Location
Spain
Stadium
Coliseum Alfonso Pérez
Capacity
17,393
Leagues
Spanish La Liga
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Coach
Pepe Bordalás 
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