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Celta de Vigo
Celta de Vigo
Full name Real Club Celta de Vigo, S.A.D.
Nickname(s) Os Célticos (The Celts/Celtics)
Os Celestes (The Sky Blues)
O Celtiña (The Little Celta)
Founded 23 August 1923
Ground Estadio Balaídos
Vigo, Spain
(Capacity: 31,800)
Owner Peugeot Citroën Automóviles España, S.A.
Chairman Carlos Mouriño
Head Coach Fran Escribá
Current League La Liga 
2019–20 La Liga, 17th
Website Club home page
Celta de Vigo 2019-20 homeCelta de Vigo 2019-20 away
Football current event Current season

Real Club Celta de Vigo (reˈal ˈkluβ ˈθelta ðe ˈβiɣo), or simply Celta Vigo, is a Spanish professional football club based in Vigo, Galicia, currently playing in the Primera División. It was founded on 23 August 1923 following the merger of Real Vigo Sporting and Real Fortuna Foot-ball Club. Nicknamed Os Celestes (The Sky Blues), they play in sky blue shirts and white shorts. The club's home stadium is Balaídos, which seats 31,800 spectators.

Celta Vigo have played many seasons in La Liga, but they have never won it, they also never won any Copa del Rey. One of their best seasons was 1970–71, when they finished unbeaten at home and were known as the "giant-killers." Celta came sixth that season and qualified for the UEFA Cup for the first time. More recently, the club finished in their best-ever position of fourth in 2002–03, qualifying for the 2003–04 UEFA Champions League, where they were eliminated by Arsenal.

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History: Seasons

Celta de Vigo
Celta de Vigo squad - 2020–21

1 Sergio · 2 Mallo · 3 Fontàs · 4 Costas · 5 Pape · 6 Radoja · 7 Gómez · 8 P. Hernández · 9 Guidetti · 10 Aspas · 11 Sisto · 12 Beauvue · 13 Rubén · 14 Lobotka · 15 López · 16 Jozabed · 17 Hjulsager · 18 Wass · 19 Jonny · 20 S. Gómez · 22 Cabral · 24 Roncaglia · 25 Villar ·  Dražić ·

Celta de Vigo
Celta de Vigo seasons

2017–18 · 2018–19 · 2019–20 · 2020–21 ·

Celta de Vigo - Managers

Cuggy (1923–26) · Balsa (1926–27) · Cowan (1927–28) · Encinas (1928–31) · Planas (1931–32) · Peña (1932–35) · Comesaña (1935–36) · Plattkó (1938–39) · Comesaña (1939–40) · Cárdenes (1940–41) · Albéniz (1941–1944) · Plattkó (1944–46) · Armando (1946) · Zamora (1946–49) · Pasarín (1949–51) · Ozores (1951–52) · Bravo (1952–53) · Armando (1953) · Iraragorri (1953) · Zamora (1953–55) · Urquiri (1955–56) · Scopelli (1956–57) · Pasarín (1957–59) · Miró (1959) · Lúpiz (1959) · Albéniz (1959–60) · Yayo (1960) · Zamora (1960) · Yayo (1960–61) · Hon (1961) · Aretio (1961–62) · Eizaguirre (1962–63) · Joseíto (1963–65) · Rafa (1965–66) · César (1966–67) · Villar (1967) · Eizaguirre (1967–69) · Olsen (1969–70) · Arza (1970–72) · Dellacha (1972–73) · Aretio (1973) · Arza (1973–74) · Moreno (1974–75) · Villar (1975) · Cedrún (1975–77) · Cuervo (1977) · Villar (1977) · Maguregui (1977–78) · Ruiz (1978–79) · Pedrito (1979) · Cedrún (1979–80) · Arza (1980) · Pavić (1980–83) · Carriega (1983) · Carnero (1984–85) · Traid (1985–86) · Villar (1986) · Addison (1986–87) · Maguregui (1987–88) · Villar (1988) · Novoa (1988–89) · Álvarez (1989–90) · Maguregui (1990–91) · Rojo (1991–94) · Aimar (1994–95) · Castro Santos (1995–97) · Irureta (1997–98) · Fernández (1998–2002) · Lotina (2002–04) · Antić (2004) · Carnero (2004) · Vázquez (2004–07) · Stoichkov (2007) · López Caro (2007–08) · López Habas (2008) · Menéndez (2008) · Murcia (2008–09) · Sacristán (2009–10) · Herrera (2010–13) · Resino (2013) · Luis Enrique (2013–14) · Berizzo (2014–17) · Unzué (2017–18) · Mohamed (2018) · Cardoso (2018–19) · Escribá (2019) · Óscar (2019–)

UEFA Intertoto Cup winners

1995: Bordeaux & Strasbourg • 1996: KarlsruheGuingamp & Silkeborg • 1997: AuxerreBastia & Lyon • 1998: ValenciaWerder Bremen & Bologna • 1999: MontpellierJuventus & West Ham United • 2000: UdineseCelta Vigo & Stuttgart • 2001: Aston VillaParis Saint-Germain & Troyes • 2002: MálagaFulham & Stuttgart • 2003: Schalke 04Villarreal & Perugia • 2004: LilleSchalke 04 & Villarreal • 2005: LensMarseille & Hamburg • 2006: Newcastle United • 2007: Hamburg • 2008: Braga

La Liga 2019-20

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