Celta Vigo Score
Spanish La Liga
Celta Vigo 3
Atletico Madrid 4
0
2
L
Osasuna 3
Celta Vigo 3
2
0
L
Celta Vigo 5
FC Barcelona 1 5
0
3
L
Real Valladolid 3
Celta Vigo 4
1
1
D
Celta Vigo 3
Valencia 1
2
1
W
Eibar 1 4
Celta Vigo 4
0
0
D
RCD Espanyol 2
Celta Vigo 3
0
0
D
Celta Vigo 1 3
Levante 1
2
3
L
International Club Friendly
Celta Vigo 2
Sporting Gijon 1
1
1
D
Celta Vigo
CD Lugo 3
2
0
W
Celta Vigo Fixtures
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Celta Vigo Player
# Name Position
8
Francisco Beltran Central Midfield
1
Ivan Villar Goalkeeper
35
Alvaro Fernandez Calvo Goalkeeper
 
Ruben Sergio Veiga Goalkeeper
 
Sergio Alvarez Conde Goalkeeper
34
Sergio Carreira Defender
27
Miguel Baeza Perez Midfielder
 
Raul Gonzalez Blanco Midfielder
28
Diego Pampín Forward
32
Miguel Rodriguez Vidal Forward
 
Alfonso Gonzalez Forward
11
Emre Mor Right Wing
23
Brais Mendez Right Wing
9
Manuel Agudo Duran, Nolito Left Wing
6
Denis Suarez Fernandez Attacking Midfield
5
Okay Yokuslu Defensive Midfield
14
Renato Fabrizio Tapia Cortijo Defensive Midfield
2
Hugo Mallo Novegil Right Back
20
Kevin Vazquez Comesana Right Back
15
Lucas Olaza Left Back
17
David Junca Rene Left Back
26
Iago Dominguez Left Back
31
Gabriel Veiga Left Back
4
Nestor Alejandro Araujo Razo Centre Back
16
Jorge Saenz de Miera Colmeiro, Jorge Centre Back
18
Joseph Aidoo Centre Back
24
Jeison Fabian Murillo Ceron Centre Back
29
Jose Manuel Fontan Centre Back
 
David Costas Centre Back
10
Iago Aspas Juncal Centre Forward
22
Santiago Mina Lorenzo Centre Forward
 
Iker Losada Centre Forward
 
Oscar Garcia Junyent Coach
About Celta Vigo
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  • Name: Celta Vigo
  • City: VIGO
  • Home Stadium: Estadio Municipal de Balaidos
  • Established Date: 1923-08-23
  • Coach: Oscar Garcia Junyent
Celta Vigo have never won the league title nor Copa del Rey, although they have reached the final three times in the latter. One of the team's 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. 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 in the Round of 16. In the 2016–17 UEFA Europa League, Celta reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Europa League for the first time, losing to Manchester United.