Are you well-informed about your favourite La Liga club?

Benito Villamarin Stadium, home to Real Betis

Are you well-informed about your favourite La Liga club?

Fabian Simiyu 10:48 - 24.02.2023

A look into Real Betis Football Club - owners, stadium, and more

Real Betis is a football club in Spain based in and it plays in the prestigious La Liga alongside Europe's giants, Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Real Betis is a Spanish club that is yet to win a La Liga title again after 88 years of waiting. They won't win the title this season considering there is already a huge gap between them and the first club.

Name: Real Betis

Establishment: 1907

Nickname: The Green and Whites

Stadium: Benito Villamarin Stadium

Current club owners: Angel Haro [President]

Current manager: Manuel Pellegrini

Club captain: Joaquín Sánchez Rodríguez

Nabil Fekir [Instagram]

Real Betis are being led by Manuel Pellegrini, a very experienced and respected coach in Europe, but he is yet to nail the art of free flowing football at the club.

Betis have amassed a total of 11 trophies since their establishment in 1907.

1 Spanish title

3 Spanish Cup titles

7 Spanish 2nd Tier titles

Manuel Pellegrini

Real Betis is currently competing in La Liga and they might compete in the UEFA Champions League if they finish their La Liga competition among the first four teams.

Current squad

Rui Silva

Dani Martin

Claudio Bravo

Luiz Felipe

Edgar Gonzalez

German Pezzella

Victor Ruiz


Juan Miranda

Aitor Ruibal

Youssouf Sabaly

Martin Montoya

Guido Rodriguez

William Carvalho

Paul Akouokou

Andres Guardado

Nabil Fekir

Sergio Canales


Rodri Sanchez

Luiz Enrique

Juan Cruz


Ayoze Perez

Borja Iglesias

Willian Jose

Did you know?

Real Betis was granted the honorary title 'Real' in 1914 by King Alfonso XIII.

Real Betis' home pitch, the Estadio Benito Villamarin, has a capacity of 60,720 spectators. During the 2000s, it was renamed Estadio Manuel Ruiz de Lopera after the club's owner, who decided to replace the old stadium with a new one.

Ayoze Perez [Instagram]

Real Betis traditionally wore all blue jerseys and white shorts due to the ease with which such simple colors could be obtained.

Real Betis' biggest honours are a League championship, won in 1934/35 and two Copa del Rey victories, in 1977 and 2005.

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