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Valencian : Vila-real Club de Futbol, S. Founded in , the club spent much of its history in the lower divisions of Spanish football, and only made their La Liga debut in In the 21st century, Villarreal gained some league stability, and the club made its first appearance in the UEFA Champions League in The club also appeared in the UEFA Europa League during this time, but sustained relegation in , quickly rebounding and becoming a stable top division club.
Women were granted free admission. Villarreal entered regional competitions within the Spanish football pyramid from —30 onwards. The —35 season saw the team lose to Cartagena when a win would have seen them promoted to the nationwide Second Division.
When the war finished in , the club played again in the Second Division of the region, before promotion in —51 to the first.
The "F" stood for Foghetcaz, an athletics club and supporter of the team. The name changed again to the current Villarreal CF in , with a badge similar to the present one.
They were relegated in —61 after finishing 14th. The club adopted their present badge in the middle of In , they reached the national Segunda for the first time.
In —76, they were relegated from the Tercera to the Regionals, but were promoted back again the next season. In —87, Villarreal were promoted to the Segunda Liga B.
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 —93, Villarreal were often in low or mid-table positions, but reached the play-offs in —98 by finishing fourth. 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 first home game was against Celta de Vigo  the week after. After finishing seventh on their return to the Primera, Villarreal finished in 15th place for two-straight seasons.
In the league, Villarreal finished in eighth place. During the same season, Villarreal finished in third place in La Liga, earning the club their first direct qualification to a European tournament, the Champions League.
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 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.
Arsenal went on to lose in the final in Paris to another Spanish club, Barcelona. Villarreal finished seventh in La Liga, which only earned an Intertoto Cup position.
Villarreal contested the Intertoto Cup in the middle of 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. Villarreal gained their best-ever league position in , finishing second to Real Madrid by eight points, and also reached the last 32 in that season's UEFA Cup.
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. They made a good start by holding current European champions Manchester United to a goal-less draw at Old Trafford , a third 0—0 draw in a row against the English giants.
On 21 October, during a Champions League match against Aalborg, they scored six goals to three. The Spaniards went through to the knock-out stage after drawing 2—2 with Aalborg in Denmark and drawing goalless once again against Manchester United.
In the last group-stage match, they lost to an already-eliminated Celtic. In the knock-out stage, they faced Panathinaikos , who left Villarreal with a 1—1 away advantage, despite this the Greeks were to lose 1—2 in Athens.
Villarreal reached the quarter-finals for the second time in two tries, and were once again paired with Arsenal. The first leg saw a 1—1 draw by a free-kick by Marcos Senna , equalised by an Emmanuel Adebayor volley.
Theo Walcott , Emmanuel Adebayor , and Robin van Persie secured a 3—0 win for Arsenal on the return, knocking Villarreal out of the tournament.
Despite finishing outside of a European qualifying spot in the domestic league, Villarreal was given a place in the qualifying round of the —11 Europa League after UEFA determined that Mallorca 's financial irregularities precluded them from taking part in the tournament.
A 5—0 home win and a 2—1 away win against Dnepr Mogilev qualified them for the group stage. Villarreal suffered an early setback following a shock 2—0 loss in their away fixture against Dinamo Zagreb.
After beating Napoli , Bayer Leverkusen and Twente in the knockout phases, Villarreal qualified for the semi-finals to face tournament favourites Porto.
Although Villarreal won the second leg with a 3—2 win, Porto's first leg goal total saw them advance to the final on aggregate, where they beat Braga to be crowned champions.
Giuseppe Rossi finished as the tournament's second top goalscorer with 11 goals, behind Porto's Radamel Falcao. Following a horrendous season, the club suffered a shattering tragedy when Manolo Preciado , appointed as Villarreal's new manager on 6 June , died of a heart attack later that day.
The team began its new tenure in the top-flight by winning its first three games; the winning streak ended with a tie against Real Madrid at El Madrigal, though the team was undefeated until falling to Real Betis 1—0 in the seventh matchday of the season.
The Yellow Submarine finished the —14 campaign in sixth, thus qualifying them for next season's Europa League. In —15 , Villarreal again finished the year in sixth, enough to secure direct qualification to the Europa League group stage.
In the —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 progressed to the semi final Europa League , but were knocked out 3—1 on aggregate by Liverpool.
Villarreal led the first leg 1—0, but lost 3—0 in Liverpool. They also rival Valencia , since the two had been the most competitive teams of the Valencian Community ; this clash is called the " Derbi de la Comunitat.
The club's famous yellow kit dates back to With the new season fast approaching, the son of the then Villarreal president travelled to Valencia to purchase replacements of the club's official kit of white shirts and black shorts.
Discovering that the shop had neither in stock, he instead bought the only colour that they did have, which happened to be yellow. The players voted that they should be dyed blue.
From to 30 June , the shirt sponsor was "Aeroport Castello", an airport. The current shirt sponsor is Pamesa, a ceramics company. From the —17 season, the kit is made by Joma , having previously been produced by the Chinese company Xtep and Puma of Germany among others.
The mascot named Groguet , "Little Yellow" is characterised as an anthropomorphic submarine. He made his debut on 26 October and was named on 13 December that year by a local year-old, Javier Fuster Almela, following a province-wide competition open to unders.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.