Malaga Cf Tickets
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Malaga CF tickets at Estadio La Rosaleda,Malaga,AN on 3/15 3:30AM
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Malaga CF tickets at Estadio de Balaidos,Vigo,GA on 3/22 3:30AM
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Athletic Club Bilbao tickets at Estadio San Mames,Bilbao,PV on 4/12 3:30AM
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Based in Malaga of Spain, Malaga CF is a prominent Spanish football club that currently participated in La Liga. The team has played a total of thirty-one season so far in their present league, thirty-four in Segunda Division, eleven in the Tercera Division and four in Segunda’s Division B. They made headlines winning the UEFA Intertoto Cup of 2002, and entered the UEFA Cup of the next season where the team made it to the stages of the quarterfinals. In addition to their many remarkable feats, they have also made it to the UEFA Champions League in the 2012-2013 season, once again qualifying for the quarterfinals.
As of June 2010, the club has been owned by Qatari investor Sheikh Abdullah Al Thani, who is also the president. The club has its own reserve team called Atletico Malagueno with a large enough British fan base that comes from the majority of British expats living on Costa del Sol. Every time the team’s games are scheduled, Malaga CF tickets become all the rage among football freaks.
Malaga has its own reserve club that was created in May 1948 just when CD Malaga took ownership of a junior club called CD Santo Tomas in order to establish a reserve team. This club was renamed Atletico Malagueno, which served to revive the name of the club that has merged in 1933 to form CD Malaga. In the 1959-60 season, CD Malaga and CA Malagueno were both caught on the third level so that as a reserve team the latter had to be relegated. However, to avoid such an outcome, the two moved away from their parent club only to register as independent clubs with the renowned Royal Spanish Football Federation.
When CD Malaga was dissolved in 1992 following certain financial issues, the other club went on to play. In the following season the team played in Tercera Division and after a good campaign, was promoted to Segunda Division B. The club’s ups and down continued until June 1994 when CA Malagueno was renamed Malaga Club de Futbol, thus becoming the official successor of the previously known Club Deportivo Malaga.
Some of the honors won by Malaga CF include a Ricardo Zamora Trophy they won in the 1971-72 season. They won six Trofeo Ciudad de Marbella between 1975 and 1991; eight Trofeo Costa del Sol between the seasons of 1963 and 2012; and won a Copa Federacion de Espana in 1947. They have qualified for five quarterfinals of Copa del Rey and one semifinal, and won the Primera Division of La Liga in the 2011-2012 season. Some of their prominent players include Carlos Kameni, Jeremy Toulalan, Javier Saviola, Julio Baptista, Seba Fernandez, Pedro Morales, Willy Caballero, Lucas Piazon, Joaquin, Martin Demichelis, Weligton, Isco, Eliseu, Ignacio Camacho, Mannuel Iturra, and Vitorino Antunes, among others. Given their incredible winning rate, Malaga CF tickets make for quite a thrilling football treat so hurry and on and book some.