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3 How to get there Valladolid has a geographical location ³ n Label a magnificent and privileged communications that facilitate quick and convenient access. The communications network land is extraordinary, with station n Railway High-speed (AVE), since December 2007, which brings to Madrid in fifty-five minutes, and Autover that communicate directly Valladolid to the capital, northwestern España, France and Portugal. The station bus in Valladolid, through © s of services from different company, the daily links with the rest of the provinces and various European Countries including France, Switzerland and Great Britain. Valladolid International Airport (Villanubla) has daily connections with domestic and international destinations. Adanero-Gijón Rd n, s / n Valladolid (Villanubla) Information: NEAS Aerola VALLADOLID AIR FRANCE Air Nostrum IBERIA RYANAIR

4 VALLADOLID Historical Valladolid College of Santa Cruz, XV century building founded by Cardinal Mendoza. Its construction began in Gothic style, later taking a radical turn toward the Renaissance style. S. In Ventura Rodríguez XVIII neoclassic additions take place. Stresses inside the courtyard three stories semicircular arches, the chapel that holds the "El Cristo de la Luz" by Gregorio Fernández and the Library with a rich bibliographic and as remarkable piece "Blessed of Valcabado" (970 ), plus the University Museum. University Square is dominated by the bronze statue of D. Miguel de Cervantes (1877). The university dates from s. XVIII and its main facade is the most important set of Baroque civil Valladolid, built according to plans of Fray Pedro de la Visitation, the sculptures are by Antonio Tomé and children. In the Cathedral (XVII century) built by Diego de Praves on draft Juan de Herrera, highlights the main altarpiece by Juan de Juni (1562). In the restored former collegiate chapels (XIII) is installed the Diocesan Museum and Cathedral.

5 VALLADOLID The Church of La Antigua, originally the Palace of Count chapel Ansúrez. Roman remains and retains the tower and north porch (XIII), replaced the body of the temple by a Gothic building in the s. XIV. On the Street of Sorrows is the Teatro Calderón (Jerome de la Gandara, 1864) and in front of Sorrows Church (late sixteenth century, Juan de Nantes), penitential church model that guards the "Christ of the Colliers "(Francisco de Rincón), and the Virgin of Sorrows, one of the masterpieces of Juan de Juni. In the Plaza de San Pablo between the buildings we see today is the church of San Pablo, built in the s. XV by Cardinal Torquemada, acquiring the present church structure, its facade a partial answer Hispano-Flemish style. In the Royal Palace (XVI century, Luis de Vega) Philip III took up residence between 1601 and 1606, a period in which Valladolid was the capital of Spain, and he was born in 1605 in what would Philip IV. In its interior the main courtyard, Renaissance, and the ladder- century imperial XVIII, designed by Ventura Rodríguez.

6 VALLADOLID Pimentel Palace, former palace of the Counts of Rivadavia, Philip II was born on May 21, Stresses in a magnificent facade plateresca angular window and inside the yard and porch. The Casa-Museo de Zorrilla, birthplace of the poet José Zorrilla. Contains personal memorabilia of the poet, as well as furniture that recreates a romantic period interiors. Pass by the Palace of Villena, a beautiful example of palace architecture Valladolid and where funds are currently exhibited in the National Sculpture Museum, whose collection includes a fine collection of religious sculptures from the thirteenth to the eighteenth centuries, highlighting the presence of some the most representative works of three great sculptors of the Spanish school: Berruguete Alonso, Juan de Juni and Gregorio Fernández. Colegio de San Gregorio building built in the late s. XV initiative of Fray Alonso de Burgos, a splendid example of Spanish-Flemish Gothic whose authorship is attributed to names like Gil of Siloam, and John Simon of Cologne Guas.

7 VALLADOLID Bourgeois Valladolid The Plaza Mayor and appropriate urban complex of the sixteenth century and is considered the first regular Plaza Mayor in Spain. During the nineteenth century, became the political, economic, social and cultural life of the city. The bronze statue that presides over the Square, is dedicated to Count Ansurez, first lord of the town, dates from 1903 and is the work of Aurelio Carter. The magnificent pedestal is the work of Juan Agapito and Revilla. Behind the building of the new City Hall, (Henry Maria Repullés, 1908) is the Mercado del Val, one of the three markets covered by the iron Portugalete and Campillo, built in Not far away are the Teatro Lope de Vega and Popular Electra. The first work of Jerome de la Gandara was opened in 1861, three years before the Teatro Calderón, and the second in 1905, a fine example of industrial architecture, which highlights the brick as a building material fashion.

8 VALLADOLID In Duke Street in Victoria, such as nineteenth-century urban development, highlight some buildings as society Recreation Circle (Emilio Baeza, 1901) or the Palace of Antonio Ortiz de Vega (mid- XIX). Nearby is the ticket Gutierrez, European-style shopping arcade work of Jerome Ortiz de Urbina (1886). The Acera de Recoletos find the House Mantilla (1891) built by Julius Saracíbar within the eclectic current among them the use of iron as a building material and decorative elements of the facade, and the House of Prince, local example of modernism, work of Jerome Creek (1906). Campo Grande Park. In 1877 at the initiative of Miguel Iscar, was refurbished this historic romantic garden which reaches a length of more than 115,000 m². It has a rich variety of flora and fauna and rich decorative busts and statues of famous people of Valladolid, as sources of Fame (Chicote, 1880) or Swan (G. Bayon, 1886).

9 VALLADOLID In the Plaza de Zorrilla contemplate the bronze statue of the poet José Zorrilla, (Aurelio Carter, 1900), the Cavalry Academy, early twentieth century building built according to plans of Adolf Pierrad historicist trend and Hunters Memorial Alcantara (Mariano Benlliure, 1931). The Plaza de Colón, with the monument to Christopher Columbus Susillo Antonio, in principle designed to Havana but he finally settled in Valladolid in Pyramidal structure is divided into two levels and ending the set is the figure of Christopher Columbus on a boat guided by Faith. Walk In the Philippines, have two important religious buildings. The first, St. John Lateran, which in the eighteenth century a remarkable change when the architect Matthias Machuca magazine trace the facade and sumptuous plasterwork vaults in Rococo-like baroque version. The second, the Royal College of PP. Filipino Augustinians (Ventura Rodríguez, 1759) houses the Oriental Museum which contains a magnificent collection of Chinese art, Filipino and Japanese ivories excellent examples of Spanish-Filipino eighteenth century, silk, lacquer, bronzes and porcelains.

10 VALLADOLID Gastronomy Gastronomic specialties ° nan Valladolid year tradition and modernity in an explosion of flavors, colors and aromas, in the service of the palates more exquisite s. The roast lamb, accompany ± ado "Pan de Valladolid" and some of the wines of our five Denomination of Origin (Ribera del Duero, Rueda, Cigales, Toro and Tierra de Castilla y León) is undoubtedly the star within the working more s tapestries. They can not forget other traditional preparations like soups and Castilian garlic or game dishes typical of the fields of Castilla (hare, partridge or quail), stewed or pickled. Valladolid's cheese, made primarily from sheep's milk, has justly famous. Also © n deserves a Special Mention Villalar fresh cheese ³ n, prepared with cow's milk tasted great to be with quince jelly or honey. Nothing better than ending any lunch or dinner enjoying the wide range of sweets and desserts made in Valladolid from pastas tailored sega º n ancient recipes in the numerous monasteries that year º n today continue this tradition in our land, to the candy and chocolate artisans who reach Valladolid an exceptional standard.

11 VALLADOLID Sport in Valladolid - Soccer Real Valladolid C.F. – Liga Adelante - Basketball Blancos de Rueda Valladolid – ACB - Balonmano Cuatro Rayas Valladolid - ASOBAL - Rugby VRAC Quesos Entrepinares – Liga Renfe - Rugby Cetransa El Salvador – Liga Renfe - Hockey Dismeva Valladolid – Liga Nacional - Table tennis Collosa Valladolid - Liga Nacional

12 REAL VALLADOLID C.F. The birth The Real Valladolid Sports is founded June 20, 1928 by merging the teams Valladolid Real Union Deportiva and Spanish Club Deportivo. Its first president was Pedro Zuloaga Mañueco. On September 22 of that year made his presentation to the Deportivo Alaves with a 2-1 home win. That game was played in a field adjacent to the Plaza de Toros, a stronghold which was replaced in 1940 by the "old" Estadio José Zorrilla, which in turn would be replaced in 1982 by the Nuevo Estadio José Zorrilla, where now the Royal Valladolid play their games and compound housing the offices of the Club.

13 REAL VALLADOLID C.F. First promotion to First Division The first ascent to the First Division came in the 47/48 season, after winning the Second Division champions. The following season, the 49/50, the team remained in Valladolid upline and reached the final of the Copa del Rey against Athletic Club de Bilbao, with defeat after extra time, 4-1. From the season 48/49, to 57/58, when it came down to the Silver Division, were ten years a decade, among the elite of Spanish football. The decline was short-lived because the next season, the 58/59, they got back to first after winning by 5-0 at Terrassa. The coach of that promotion was José Luis Saso, legendary person for Real Valladolid because before had been a great team player Valladolid (goalkeeper) and then in various stages of its history, was also technical secretary and president. Real Valladolid continued his career at first until the 60/61 season, which marked the second descent. Again, history repeated itself and in the 61/62 season was again first. In the 62/63 season, with coach Antonio Ramallets, it took fourth place in the league, the best classification of the Club so far

14 REAL VALLADOLID C.F. The desert crossing Interestingly, the following year, in season 63/64, got to the second division and the Club entered into a long "journey through the desert" to return back to first after the 79/80 season. On the average, in the 70/71 season, the Club had its saddest moment going down to Third Division 71/72 League although it returned again to second. Return to First and inauguration of the New Stadium "José Zorilla Thus, the Club, with a return to first, start at the modern stage 80/81 season, marked by the February 20, 1982 (Liga 81/82) Real Valladolid Nuevo Estadio Deportivo opened "Jose Zorrilla" (Real Valladolid, 1, Athletic, 0), built by the city of Valladolid. In 1988, Sports Club consolidated its structure with the opening of the Champs Annexes, sports city of the entity that serves to first team training and preparation and competition of the categories below

15 REAL VALLADOLID C.F. Champion Copa de la Liga Earlier in the season 83/84, Real Valladolid reach its greatest success in sports to become champion of the League Cup after beating Atletico Madrid (0-0 at the Vicente Calderón and 3-0 after extra time in Zorrilla ). That win enabled the club first access to Europe (UEFA Cup). The second appearance in European competition (Cup Winners) came thanks to the dispute of the final of the Copa del Rey 88/89 season with defeat against Real Madrid. And third, in the 97/98 season, thanks to seventh in the league before.

16 REAL VALLADOLID C.F. The S.A.D. or the modern era The Real Valladolid last stage begins in June 1992 with its conversion into Sports Corporation. During that season 91/92 episodes were experienced crucial in the history of the Club, with its conversion into Sports Corporation (SAD), to the extent that the relegation to the Second Division that season was in the background. With Marcos Fernandez Fernandez as the first Chairman of the Board of Real Valladolid, SAD the entity returned to First Division in the 92/93 season. On January 9, 1998 Fernandez Fernandez Marcos died in Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid) and his sons took over the management of the Club, but the April 28, 2000, the Fernandez family Fermoselle sold its entire shareholding in the Club (90%) to an investor group led by Ignacio Fernandez de Bugallal Lewin, who became president of the Club on May 30, 2000, but resigned on April 30, From then until now, the president is Carlos Suarez Sureda. In the season 03/04 Real Valladolid down to Second Division and in the campaign 06/07, after a brilliant season returned to the top flight for the season 07/08. After competing in the Liga for three consecutive seasons at the end of the season 09/10 category lost again and went down to the Liga Adelante.

17 REAL VALLADOLID C.F. Official Website: Subscribers No. (09/10): 18,877 subscribers. Budget (10/11): 10.5 million euros. Stadium: Estadio Municipal Jose Zorrilla Capacity: 26,512 spectators Field dimensions: 105 x 68 m Address: Avenida del Mundial 82, s / n, Valladolid Phone:



20 ANEXOS Grass fields (3) 1 - Natural (F-11) 2 - Artificial (F-11) 3 - Artificial (F11 and F7) Dressing (4) Coffe and pub Platform

21 FACILITIES Field 1: Natural Grass

22 FACILITIES Field 2: Artificial GrassField 3: Artificial Grass

23 RESIDENCE Residence for the player with every comfort. Qualified staff.

24 RESIDENCE Conferences Guidance Informative Techniques LIBRARY Study area DINING ROOM Athletes diet Special meals

25 RESIDENCE LIVING ROOM Public area LIVING ROOM Spacious 2 / 4 people Bathroom


27 OBJECTIVES Social objectives Create habits of discipline, organization and study. Promoting the values of Real Valladolid C.F. Promote values of respect, education and fellowship. Projecting the image of Real Valladolid C.F. Technical objectives Use the active teaching method, Applied (enhance cognitive development footballer) Promote coexistence with our players and win-win for the union link.

28 OTHER SCHOOLS News internationals proyects: Israel Corea India China USA Japón México Guatemala Colombia Canadá Dubai Qatar Togo Senegal Argentina Venezuela Signing up Soccer Players Conventions relating Socio-cultural exchange experiences This will create a school in countries where there is an ex-football player R. Valladolid

29 TRAINING PROGRAM ANNUAL - Living in the residence of young footballers from Real Valladolid: Hosting, Maintenance, Laundry, Internet. - Study Spanish in school - Training professional club teams. - Sports competitions - Training of technical sophistication of the player (as agreed number of sessions).

30 TRAINING PROGRAM MONTHLY - Living in the residence of young footballers from Real Valladolid: Hosting, Maintenance, Laundry, Internet. - Training professional club teams. - Training of technical sophistication of the player (as agreed number of sessions)

31 TRAINING PROGRAM WEEKLY - Living in the residence of young footballers from Real Valladolid: Hosting, Maintenance, Laundry, Internet. - Training professional club teams. - Training of technical sophistication of the player (as agreed number of sessions)

32 C. D. VALLADOLID INTERNATIONAL Youth team players chosen from Korea, Israel, India, China, Japan, Usa… They study, play and have formed with our methodology. If passed to improve grassroots football. See Real Valladolid projected Capital of Castilian. Companies in the province (accompanying the project economically) Twin Cities. Agreements with associations and companies. Pay for their stay. 20 players the first year. Pro Player of the country to project our image in that country. Then promote and sell. * For annual programs

33 C. D. VALLADOLID INTERNATIONAL Youngsters team: We will create the first team in our school international school in Valladolid. This team will train with the same methodology as our professional basis. This is the first collaboration between the two institutions before the creation of our school. The teams will play with our team. (They subsidize their monthly payments.) Next season we will create 10 new computers with the basis of our schools of the foundation. In young a cadet categories. 5 Football, Soccer 7 and 11 soccer This project is subsidized monthly premiums. * For annual programs


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