RACING FERROL FOOTBALL TICKETS
About RACING FERROL
Founded in 1919, the club currently plays in La Liga Hypermotion, playing its home games at the Estádio da Malata.
The club's colors are green shirts with white shorts, although in its early years green and white shirts with vertical stripes were used.
Although Racing have never played in Spain's top flight in La Liga, the club spent many years in the second division and more recently gained promotion to the third division.
Racing holds the record for the most seasons in the second division without qualifying for La Liga.
The history of football in Ferrol is linked to the shipyards, workshops, foundries and dry docks, and to the British technical consultants hired to work on the ground, who first played against each other, and then against local workers and military personnel stationed in Ferrol.
The renewal of the shipyards and the establishment of a "school of naval engineers" in the city meant that from the mid-nineteenth century there was a constant influx of, first mostly French and then mostly British, engineers and technicians;
This influx of British would grow exponentially from 1909, when Spain signed a massive contract with Vickers-Armstrong, John Brown and a few others, although mostly Vickers-Armstrong, to refurbish local drydocks, shipyards and foundries following the naval disaster of 1898
From those early years to the present day, many football clubs have come and gone over the decades, but only one has actually survived for any significant time, and then only as an amalgamation of some other previous teams, and that is El Racing de Ferrol.
Racing Ferrol Football Club dates back to July 1919, but from the very beginning it started with massive victories in all matches, allowing the team to play against the best national teams in the country just ten years after its creation.
Racing Ferrol Football Club took part in its first national championship and for decades fluctuated between the first and second divisions as follows: the second - first presence in 1939–40 - and the third division.
In 1977–78, the Galicians won the first season of Segunda B and were promoted again, only to be promptly relegated.