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Real Betis Balompíe• Real Betis Balompié is a football team in Spanish league that is currently in second division.• It was the first Andalusian team to win the Spanish league, the Copa del Rey and to participate in the Champions League.
History• In 1907 a group of military students founded the Sevilla football in Lora del Río.• In 1910 he was released after winning the "Cup Sevilla" and participated in the "Andalusia Cup. "• In 1914 they proclaimed again champions of the "Copa Sevilla" and changed its name from "Sevilla Football" to "Real Betis Balompié”.• When the National League Championship was created, Real Betis was in second division.
History• In 1932 Real Betis was champion of the second division and was the first Andalusian team to climb to the first division.• In the 1934-1935 season they won the league with his coach Patrick OConnell.• En 1947 it was relegated to Spanish Second Division.• From 1959 to 1964, Betis had a great experience being 3 in the league and winning the Carranza Trophy.
Lights…• In 1977 won Copa del Rey at Vicente Calderón (Atletico de Madrid Stadium).• In 1979 Betis returned to first division qualifying for the UEFA Cup.• in 1982 they celebrate their 75th Aniversary and obtained a second in the first division league in 1986.• In 1996 they reached the final of the Copa del Rey and falls with FC Barcelona.• In 2005 they won the Copa del Rey again and beat AS Monaco FC in th preliminary round of the Champions League.
…and shadows• In 2008-2009 season, Betis was relegated to second division after a draw 1-1 against Valladolid, after eight years in first division.
Stadium• The Real Betis football stadium is located in Seville. Its dimensions are 105 x 68 mts. It has a capacity for 56.432 spectators. This stadium is now called Benito Villamarin.
Sponsorship opportunities• Game Shirt (front, back, sleves)• Training Kit and Travel Kit• Game Shorts• Advertising in Stadium• Match-day hospitality• Stadium Naming Rights
Beneficios como patrocinador oficial• Use of the club’s trademarks• Access to players and club staff• Access to partnersdatabase• Advertising Rights• Tickets• Oficial Web Page• Usage of Stadium• Events & Promotions