Sevilla FC Logo – The Sevilla Football Club is a club of football Spanish as organized sports corporation. Headquartered in Seville, capital of the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is one of the teams playing in First Division. Its statutes were approved on October 14, 1905, being its first president from Jerez Jose Luis Gallegos Arnosa. The Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, owned by the club, is the scenario that uses the team to play their matches local officials. Located in the neighborhood of Nervión and owes its name to be their president for seventeen years. It holds 45 500 spectators.
Account under his belt with several trophies and titles that make it the most titled team regional, national and international in Seville and all Andalusia. It’s been a season league champion and runner-up four times, won five Cups, two UEFA Cups, a Supercopa of Spain and a European Supercup. The most prestigious titles were achieved in the first decade of XXI century. Has played 67 seasons in first division and 13 in second. FC Sevilla is located in the seventh on the historical classification of the Spanish Football League. Was designated by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics as the best club in the world in 2006 and 2007, having been to the current date (2011) the only team to have achieved this distinction two years running.
The entity has given the Spanish team several players throughout its history, from Spencer in 1922 to Jesus Navas, who was part of a whole in 2010 was proclaimed world champion. He has also contributed players to teams in other countries. It also has several teams in lower divisions, as the Sevilla Atletico, founded in 1958 and currently plays in Segunda División B, having reached military in the Second Division.
In 2005 celebrated the centenary of its foundation with lots of social events and sports, having been among the most popular Centennial anthem, the flag that was designed to cover the anniversary or special April Fair of that year, and as the grant of the Medal of Andalusia. Maintains a historic rivalry with another team in the city, Real Betis, with which the familiar faces in Seville derby.