Sevilla PES Kits 2018/19

Sevilla 18/19 pes kits
Sevilla PES kits season 18/19

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

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

about the team:
PES name: AN WHITE RED
PES ID: 265
Founded: 1890
Website: www.sevillafc.es
Address: Calle Sevilla Fútbol Club, 41005, Sevilla
Country: Spain
Phone: +34 (902) 510 011
Stadium: Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán (Sevilla)
Capacity: 48649

Club History:
The practice of football was introduced in Seville at the end of the 19th century by the large British expatriate population in the city, composed by owners or managers of manufacturing companies based in the capital of Andalusia. Sevilla Fútbol Club was founded on 25 January 1890 as Sevilla Foot-ball Club (in English).

Sevilla FC's stadium, the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, was inaugurated in 1958 and is one of the largest stadiums in Spain, and has the honor of hosting a World Cup semi-final match in 1982. After its final completion the stadium had a maximum capacity of 75,000 spectators, but since its latest re-modelling, the stadium has been converted to an all-seat with a covering added to the main seating area, reducing the capacity to its current count of 45,000 spectators.

Despite Sevilla's continued success in the Europa League, the 2015–16 season proved to be another finish outside the top four, the side finishing in seventh. In response, Castro decided to engineer a resurrection of the club. Jorge Sampaoli was hired as manager – replacing Paris Saint-Germain-bound Unai Emery – and the club began to invest heavily that summer. Additions to the side included goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu on loan, playmaker Ganso, forwards Luciano Vietto and Wissam Ben Yedder, attacker Franco Vázquez, wide midfielders Hiroshi Kiyotake and Pablo Sarabia, as well as former Arsenal and Manchester City player Samir Nasri on loan. In December of the 2017–18 La Liga, Vincenzo Montella was named as the third manager since Emery's departure in 2016 replacing Eduardo Berizzo and in the 2017–18 UEFA Champions League season Sevilla progressed into the knockout stages of the competition for the first time in 10 years defeating Manchester United to do so.

Trophies:
La Liga 2: 1 Title
La Liga: 1 Title
UEFA Europa League: 3 Titles
Copa del Rey: 5 Titles
Supercopa de España: 1 Title
UEFA European Super Cup: 1 Title




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