Real Betis PES Kits 2018/19

Betis 18/19 pes kits
Real Betis PES kits season 18/19

size: 2048x2048
type: PNG alpha
platform: PC/PS

kits:
goalkeeper (league)
home (league)
away (league)
third (league)

about the team:
PES name: AN GREEN WHITE (AGW)
PES ID: 194
Founded: 1907
Website: www.realbetisbalompie.es
Address: Avenida de Heliópolis, 41012, Sevilla
Country: Spain
Phone: +34 (902) 191 907
Stadium: Estadio Benito Villamarín (Sevilla)
Capacity: 60721

Club Colors History:
Betis' city rivals Sevilla FC were the first club in Sevilla, founded in October 1905, while a second club, Sevilla Balompié were established in September 1907. "Balompié" translates literally as "football", as opposed to the most commonly adopted anglicised version, "fútbol". Balompié was founded by students from the local Polytechnic Academy, and were in operation for two years before being officially recognised (in 1909); despite this 1907 remains the official foundation date of the club.

Following an internal split from Sevilla FC, another club was formed, Betis Football Club. In 1914, they merged with Sevilla Balompié. The club received its royal patronage in the same year, and therefore adopted the name Real Betis Balompié. Fans continued to refer to the club as Balompié and were themselves known as Los Balompedistas until the 1930s, when Betis and the adjective Béticos became common terminology when discussing the club and its followers.

Real Betis wear a green and white Kit to honor their most famous manager Paddy O'Connell, who was from Ireland. He led Betis to the division title in 1934 by a single point over Real Madrid.

Betis started 2011–12 with four wins in as many games, with Rubén Castro retaining his goal scoring form from the previous season, where he scored 27 goals. Betis finished 13th in their first season since returning to La Liga.

In the 2012–13 season, Betis finished seventh in La Liga and qualified for the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League, the first European qualification for the club since the 2005–06 Champions League. This European campaign ended in the quarter-finals after losing on penalties to local rivals Sevilla. Betis were relegated from La Liga with three games still to play in the 2013–14 season, but returned immediately as champions with two games to spare.

Trophies:
La Liga 2: 6 Titles
La Liga: 1 Title
Copa del Rey: 2 Titles




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