RC Celta de Vigo Betting Stats

RC Celta Team Stats
RC Celta de Vigo

General Information


Estadio Municipal de Balaídos


Championships: N/A

Copa Del Rey: N/A

UEFA: Intertoto Cup: 2000

  • Segunda Division: 1936, 1982, 1992



RC Celta Team Stats & History

RC Celta de Vigo was formed as a merger between two Vigo clubs. Real Vigo Sporting and Real Club Fortuna de Vigo officially decided on the name Real Club Celta, paying homage to Galicia, in 1923. They were immediately referred to as the “Team of Galicia”.

The 1947-48 season goes down as one of the best in the Celta team stats. Celta finished fourth in La Liga and reached the Copa del Generalisimo, now the Copa Del Rey, final. Striker Pahiño also won the Pichichi trophy as the league’s top scorer but moved on to Real Madrid.

Celta played in La Liga for much of the 1950s but were relegated in 1959. It took Celta 10 years to return to La Liga but it was well worth the wait. One of the most remarkable RC Celta stats was an undefeated home record in the 1970-71 season. The club finished in sixth place and qualified for the UEFA Cup as a result.

The club bounced around divisions for the rest of the 70s and goalkeeper Carlos Fenoy unbelievably led the team in scoring in 1976-77. A sign of Celta’s woes that season, they were relegated and were playing in the third tier by 1980.

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Celta Vigo Team Records

Los Celestes regrouped and made the Copa Del Rey final in 1994. They heartbreakingly lost to Real Zaragoza in penalties, though. The late 90s and early 2000s were one of the best periods in Celta Vigo history. They were nicknamed “EuroCelta” for their excellent performances in European competitions.

In the 1998-99 UEFA Cup, Celta defeated Liverpool 4-1 on aggregate to make the quarterfinals. The next season, they reached the same stage by impressively knocking out both Juventus and Benfica. In a rematch of the Copa Del Rey final from seven years earlier, Celta lost to Real Zaragoza once again in 2001.

Beating their La Liga odds, Celta finished a joint-club record fourth place in 2002-03. They qualified for the UEFA Champions League for the first time and advanced to the round of 16. Relegated to the second division in 2007, it took Celta five years to return to La Liga.

Their current spell in La Liga began in 2012 and they finished sixth in 2015-16. With their best-ever performance in European competition, Celta reached the semifinals of the 2016-17 Europa League.

Betting advice suggests Celta Vigo could be in the middle of the La Liga pack this season. With all-time leading scorer Iago Aspas up front, Celta could be dangerous offensively in 2022-23.


How many seasons in a row have Celta Vigo played in La Liga?

Celta Vigo were most recently promoted to La Liga in 2012. So, the 2022-23 season is their 11th straight in Spain’s top flight.

When was the last time Celta Vigo played in the UEFA Champions League?

Celta Vigo last made the group stage of the Champions League in 2003-04. They advanced to the round of 16 but were relegated from La Liga in the same season.

Who is Celta Viga’s leading scorer in La Liga matches?

Iago Aspas is both Celta Vigo’s leading scorer in La Liga matches and of all time. As of August 2022, Aspas has scored 134 La Liga goals for Celta Vigo.
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