Villarreal n'a pas souffert pour disposer d'Osasuna, lanterne rouge de la Liga, ce dimanche (3-1). Les coéquipiers de Nicola Sansone reviennent à hauteur de l'Atlético de Madrid au classement.

Villarreal Club de Fútbol, S.A.D. (Valencian: Vila-real Club de Futbol, S.A.D.), usually abbreviated to Villarreal CF or just Villarreal, is a Spanish football club based in Vila-real, a city in the province of Castellón within the Valencian Community. Founded in 1923, it plays in La Liga, holding home games at El Madrigal, with a capacity for 24.890 spectators.[1]

Colombian forward Santos Borre fired the Yellow Submarine into an early lead after nine minutes.

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There were back-to-back promotions as the club returned to Segunda B and finished second, earning promotion to Segunda A for the first time. From 1992–93, Villarreal were often in low or mid-table positions, but reached the play-offs in 1997–98 by finishing fourth.[5] The two-legged play-off was against Compostela. Villarreal hosted the first leg which was a 0–0 draw, but the second leg at the home of the Galician team was a 1–1 draw, thus Villarreal were promoted on the away goals rule.

The Yellow Submarine's journeys this week had taken them from Bucharest, where they drew 1-1 with Steaua in the Europa League on Thursday night, to Barcelona and a point apiece with Quique Sanchez Flores' men was probably the correct result on the balance of play.

Absents contre l'Espanyol Barcelone le week-end dernier, Gareth Bale et Cristiano Ronaldo vont faire leur retour en tant que titulaires contre Villarreal ce mercredi (20h). Varane va également débuter le match.

In 2014–15, Villarreal again finished the year in sixth, enough to secure direct qualification to the Europa League group stage.

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Après le match nul concédé par le Real Madrid contre Villarreal (1-1) ce mercredi, Zinedine Zidane a regretté le manque d'engagement de son équipe en première période.

In the 2015–16 season, Villarreal led La Liga for the first time during the sixth and seventh weeks, before falling to fifth place the following week. The club ended the season in 4th place and thus advanced to the 2016-17 UEFA Champions League playoff round. The club progressed to the semi final Europa League, but were knocked out 3-1 on aggregate by Liverpool FC. Villarreal lead the first leg 1-0, but lost 3-0 to Liverpool.

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• Heaviest home defeat 0-3: Villarreal v Manchester City FC (see above for details)

Face à une courageuse équipe de Villarreal, le Real Madrid a connu un coup d'arrêt après 16 victoires consécutives en Liga (1-1). Les Madrilènes ratent là l'occasion d'établir un nouveau record.

After one year in the Segunda División, Villarreal were promoted back to La Liga on the final day of the season after finishing the year in second after champions Elche.

Villarreal finished seventh in La Liga, which only earned an Intertoto Cup position.

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UEFA Champions League (group stage to final)• Biggest home win 6-3: Villarreal v Aalborg BK21/10/08, group stage

The club is nicknamed El Submarí Groguet or El Submarino Amarillo (Yellow Submarine) due to its yellow home kit, and due to being a low-profile team compared to Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia, whom they have challenged for trophies over the last decade. Villarreal has often been touted as an example of a small but successful club.[2]

• Heaviest home defeat0-3: Villarreal v Manchester City FC02/11/11, UEFA Champions League group stage

Vadim Vasilyev, le vice-président de l'AS Monaco, «souhaite garder l'effectif tel qu'il est» pour la saison prochaine. «On s'est bien renforcé, on n'a pas besoin de vendre», a-t-il dit.

Despite finishing outside of a European qualifying spot in the domestic league, Villarreal was given a place in the qualifying round of the 2010–11 Europa League after UEFA determined that Mallorca's financial irregularities precluded them from taking part in the tournament.

UEFA Europa League/UEFA Cup• Biggest home win6-1: Villarreal v NAC Breda (see above)5-0: Villarreal v FC Dnepr Mogilev (see above)

The Brazil international sat out Real Madrid's draw with Villarreal on Wednesday and subsequent tests have revealed that he has sustained a fracture in his left leg

Villarreal remain unbeaten in LaLiga after securing a goalless draw away to Espanyol.

La qualification de Monaco pour la phase de groupes de la Ligue des champions est une excellente nouvelle pour ses finances. A performance sportive égale, le club princier touchera toutefois moins que le PSG et Lyon.


Villarreal defeated the Premier League's Everton in a play-off for the Champions League group stages. The group saw Villarreal go undefeated, drawing both games against Manchester United and achieving a draw and a win each against Lille of France and Benfica of Portugal. The win over Benfica was away and both teams advanced to the last 16.[7]

• Biggest away win 1-2: Panathinaikos FC v Villarreal10/03/09, round of 16 second leg0-1: SL Benfica v Villarreal02/11/05, group stage

In the last 32, Villarreal were defeated by eventual champions Zenit Saint Petersburg, losing the first leg 1–0 in Russia to a Pavel Pogrebnyak goal. The second leg was won 2–1 by Villarreal at El Madrigal, but Zenit advanced on away goals.

The Yellow Submarine are one of only three teams in the league still unbeaten after six matches and stormed out of the blocks with three first-half goals.

In 1986–87, Villarreal were promoted to the Segunda Liga B.[3] In 1990, they finished 18th and were relegated back to the Tercera.

• Heaviest away defeat 5-1: FC Porto v Villarreal28/04/11, UEFA Europa League semi-final first leg

Villarreal contested the Intertoto Cup in the summer of 2006 and was knocked out in its first game, to Maribor of Slovenia. The first leg was lost 2–1 at home and the away game was a 1–1 draw.[8] The team finished 5th in La Liga and qualified for the UEFA Cup.

Leonardo Jardim, l'entraîneur de Monaco qui s'est qualifié pour la phase de groupes de la Ligue des champions après sa victoire sur Villarreal (1-0), espère désormais garder tout son effectif.

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Qualifié en phase de groupes de la Ligue des champions après son double succès face à Villarreal (2-1, 1-0), Monaco a réussi une très belle performance. Illustration avec cinq chiffres.

The club then drew 3–3 against Rangers of Scotland in the Last 16, advancing on away goals due to a 2–2 draw at Ibrox. In the quarter-finals, Villarreal beat Internazionale on away goals after finishing 2–2 on aggregate. The club bowed out in the semi-finals against Arsenal, losing 1–0 away at Highbury. Juan Román Riquelme had a penalty saved by Jens Lehmann in the home game, which finished 0–0. Arsenal went on to lose in the final in Paris to another Spanish club, Barcelona.

The Spanish side came into Thursday's tie on the back of six matches without defeat in all competitions, having opened their European campaign with a 2-1 home win over Zurich.