Thursday, 15 August 2013

Valencia CF 2012/13 Special Edition 'Senyera' shirt

To mark the club’s first cup final appearance in 1934, Valencia CF has launched a special edition ‘Senyera’ shirt. It is co-branded with Valencia’s technical sponsor Joma and the club’s VCF Mitic brand. The shirt itself is a reminder of the first cup final in Valencia in 1934. The tournament was then called "Torneo del Presidente de la República". In that final was the opposite powerhouse Real Madrid. Valencia eventually lost the game 1-2, but the shirts from that time are never forgotten.

It is co-branded with Valencia’s technical sponsor Joma and the club’s VCF Mitic brand.The shirt is almost characterized to the shirt from that final. Even when the shirt had a large V-sign below the neck in the colors of the flag Senyera out of each shoulder and closing at peak in the chest and a beautiful maroon color. In the back, neck commemoration dates, 1934-2013, and at the bottom the brand logos in white.La Senyera, the Catalan flag, is one of the oldest flags in the world. Now can be found in the areas that were once Catalan. Flag back The French department of Pyrenees-Orientales and the Spanish regions of Aragon, the Balearic Islands and Valencia still carry the flag Senyera.


  1. Sorry, you are wrong ;-)

    Senyera is called the Catalan flag and also the Valencian flag (Senyera means flag in catalan, spoken in both regions) and have their origin in the Crown of Aragon, in its flag, which was that of Aragon. Catalonia, Valencia and the Balearic Islands acquire those colours in their flags when they joined the Crown of Aragon when they were re-conquered their territories to the Muslims.

    Before the reconquest, the Catalan towns had as their flag variations with the cross of St. George; once formed the Crown of Aragon (which spread to Italy, Greece and Turkey), they adopted the "four bars gules on a golden field", flag of Aragon.

    The error is logical, it is difficult to know the history of Spain if you're from Malaysia XD
    In addition there are many Spaniards who think the same thing because Catalonia is currently "more important" than Aragon, which is a poor region...

    Best regards.