Shots per matches
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|COMPETITOR||Goals||Possession||Pass Accuracy||Corners||Shots on Target||Shots||Fouls||Wins||Losses||Draw||result|
|Unionistas de Salamanca||3||68||82||4||6||15||8||N/A||N/A||N/A||
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The King's Cup (in Spanish: Copa del Rey, also known as La Copa, the Cup) is the second most important enterprise in Spanish football, after the Spanish Premier League. There are 83 Spanish teams participating in the tournament. The competition was officially founded in 1903, making it the oldest Spanish football competition. Usually, the winner of the King's Cup will participate in the European league, unless she has qualified for the Champions League. Valencia is the current trophy winner, winning it for the 8th time, after winning 1-2 in the final of Barcelona at Benito Weimarine Stadium.View tournament page
The Spanish Super Cup (Supercopa de España) is a Spanish Football Cup, founded in 1982 and run by the Spanish Football Association. The trophy is worn every summer at the season's opening and is only one round and only two participating teams. Bringing together the team that won the previous season in the Spanish League and the team that won the previous season in the Spanish King's Cup. In 2019 the format has changed and four teams will play to win the title with the semi-finals and finals. There will be no play on third place. Until the 1995 edition, if a team won a double, it would automatically win the Super Cup; Since 1996, a double-winning team has been contending with the trophy holder for this title.View tournament page
The UEFA Champions League is an annual club football competition organised by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) and contested by top-division European clubs, deciding the best team in Europe. It is one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world and the most prestigious club competition in European football, played by the national league champions (and, for some nations, one or more runners-up) of the strongest UEFA national associations. Introduced in 1955 as the European Champion Clubs' Cup, it was initially a straight knockout tournament open only to the champion club of each national championship. The competition took on its current name in 1992, adding a round-robin group stage and allowing multiple entrants from certain countries. It has since been expanded, and while most of Europe's national leagues can still only enter their champion, the strongest leagues now provide up to four teams.Clubs that finish next-in-line in their national league, having not qualified for the Champions League, are eligible for the second-tier UEFA Europa League competition, and from 2021, teams not eligible for the UEFA Europa League will qualify for a new third-tier competition called the UEFA Europa Conference League.View tournament page
La Liga (in Spanish: Primera División, First Division, or La Liga) is the top soccer league in Spain, and is considered one of the best leagues in the world. As of 2019, the league is ranked first in the UEFA rankings . For sponsorship, its official name is La Liga Santander. La Liga was established in 1929 and this year Barcelona won. La Liga ranked first in the UEFA rankings in the last five years (as of 2019). In total, La Liga was in first place 18 times, more than any other league. 11), and its players have won the highest number of Golden Ball Prize (22). La Liga is one of the most popular professional sports leagues in the world, with an average of 26,741 viewers of league games in the 2014/15 season. This is the sixth highest average of all the local and professional sports leagues in the world, and the fourth highest of all the football leagues in the world, after the Indian Premier League, the Premier League and the Bundesliga .View tournament page
Real Madrid Football Club (in Spanish: Real Madrid Club de Fútbol) is a Spanish football club from the city of Madrid, which is considered one of the largest football clubs in the world, both in terms of winning and financially.
Since the mid-20th century, Real Madrid has been considered one of the largest teams in Europe. The club has won the Champions League 13 times, more than any other club, and even won the first five seasons at the factory, when the European Champions Cup is still called the club. The team has played in La Liga since its inception in 1902, winning the league championship 33 times, more than any other team. As of 2018, the team has never dropped out of the first league in Spain, and is one of three Spanish teams sharing this feat, along with Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao.
The team plays in a completely white uniform, a fact which gave it the nickname “Los blancos” (the whites). The team’s home stadium is Madrid’s Bernabeu Stadium, which is located in Madrid, and has about 81,000 seats.