- What do we know about Villarreal?
- Can season ticket holders buy Villarreal vs Liverpool tickets now?
- How did Liverpool beat Villarreal in Champions League semi-final?
- When was Villarreal founded?
- What does Villarreals yellow shirt mean?
- Who has made the most appearances for Villarreal?
- When are the away ticket details for Liverpools Europa League semi-final?
- How do I buy tickets for Liverpool matches?
- Can season ticket holders return their seats to the club?
What do we know about Villarreal?
• Villarreal are the 20th team to appear in multiple UEFA Champions League semi-finals, and the fifth from Spain. • Last seasons UEFA Europa League win against Arsenal was Villarreals first semi-final success in that competition after defeats in 2003/04, 2010/11 and 2015/16, the latter against Liverpool.
Can season ticket holders buy Villarreal vs Liverpool tickets now?
Villarreal vs Liverpool tickets, now on sale for season-ticket holders! They’re now on sale! Villarreal CF season-ticket holders can now by their match tickets for the game against Liverpool FC, the second leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-finals.
How did Liverpool beat Villarreal in Champions League semi-final?
Liverpool took control of their Champions League semi-final with Villarreal with a deserved first-leg win at Anfield. The Reds finally broke through when Jordan Hendersons cross was deflected in by Villarreals Pervis Estupinan.
When was Villarreal founded?
Founded in 1923, the club spent much of its history in the lower divisions of Spanish football, and only made their La Liga debut in 1998. In the 21st century, Villarreal gained some league stability, and the club made its first appearance in the UEFA Champions League in 2005.
What does Villarreals yellow shirt mean?
Wearing a yellow shirt with a head which is formed like a submarine and a strong body, it represents the club’s colours and nickname as well as the hopes the club has to make Villarreal CF a strong and established team in LaLiga.
Who has made the most appearances for Villarreal?
Our current captain and Yellows legend, Bruno Soriano, overtook another Villarreal legend, Marcos Senna, to become the player to have made the most appearances for the club. He has played a total of 417 matches for the Yellows… and counting! Bruno was born in Artana, a town located just a few kilometres south of Vila-real, on 12th June 1984.