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Marbella FC Returns to Vélez: A Memorable Field for the White-and-Blue Fans – Don’t Miss

April 30, 2024
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Marbella FC Returns to Vélez-Málaga’s Vivar Téllez Field

Marbella FC is set to return to the Vivar Téllez field in Vélez-Málaga. This marks the tenth time the Marbella team will travel to Vélez territory, with a positive track record for the “blanquillos” (white team). Interestingly, the last two victories occurred in seasons that ended with a promotion, the most recent being exactly a decade ago, on April 27, 2014.

A Decade After Their Last Match, Marbella Faces Vélez Again

Almost a decade after their last match at Vivar Téllez, the Marbella team will once again face Vélez, a crucial game for the future of the Marbella team. Marbella has faced Vélez nine times on their home turf, all in the now-defunct Third Division. The results have been very positive for Marbella, with four wins and four draws. They have only lost once in Vélez territory.

Recalling the Last Encounter Between Marbella and Vélez

The last time both teams faced each other was exactly a decade ago, on April 27, 2014. In that match, Marbella claimed victory with a 3-1 score, thanks to a double from Sergio Narváez and another goal from Arambarri. During the 2013/14 season, the victory at Vivar Téllez helped Marbella regain the league leadership with three rounds left in the competition. Under the guidance of Jaima Molina, they ended the season with a promotion.

Looking Back at Previous Matches

A year before, the match ended in a 1-1 draw with a penalty goal from Riki. The only local victory took place in the 2011/12 season with a 1-0 score, while the previous season saw another 1-1 draw with a goal from David Pérez. To see the rest of the matches, we have to go back to Marbella’s first stint in the Third Division. In the 2002/03 season, the “blanquillos” won 4-1 with goals from Cipri, Rafita, and Salida. In the two previous seasons, the score was again 1-1, with goals from Curro in 2001/02 and Carlos Blanco in 2000/01. The first two encounters between both clubs resulted in Marbella victories. In the 1999/00 season, the score was 3-2 with goals from Zayas, Rafita, and Borja, and in the previous season, it was 2-0 with goals from Óscar Rueda and Dani.

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