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Valencia vs Real Sociedad Live Stream [La Liga 2017-18]

Tournament: La Liga 2017-18
Match Date: 24 Sep 2017
Start Time: 6:45 PM
Match: Valencia vs Real Sociedad
Venue: Anoeta Stadium
Address: Anoeta Pasalekua, 1, 20014 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, Spain

Valencia is the third most supported soccer club of Spain, and is one of the noteworthy teams of Spanish football and European football. It has won 6 La Liga titles, 2 UEFA Super Cups, 2 Fair Cups which was replaced by UEFA Cup, 1 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup, 1 UEFA Cup, and 7 Copa del Rey trophies. In the previous season, Valencia has not won any trophy or title. They emerged 12th in La Liga, and got knocked out in the 16th round of the Copa del Rey.

Valencia vs. Real Sociedad Live Streaming
Valencia vs. Real Sociedad Live Stream

This season, they are ready for better performances. So far, they have won 2 friendly matches and a La Liga game, and drawn in one match. And it is always thrilling to witness the live matches of Valencia. So here you can watch all the Valencia matches live online. Enjoy!

Valencia vs. Real Sociedad Live Stream La Liga 2017-18


Our high quality HD Valencia Live Stream provides free and easy option for the fans of Valencia to enjoy the matches of their favorite club. We will broadcast Valencia live stream for you 15 minutes before the match starts. So don’t forget to check this page of Sporteology to get the excitements of the Valencia Matches.

Valencia Standing La Liga 2017-18

Valencia Upcoming Matches

In the next five matches Valencia will face 5 La Liga opponents to secure their place in the top spot of the league chart. With 2 victories in 2 international pre-season friendly, and 1 draw and 1 win in first 2 matches of La Liga this season, Valencia is expected to achieve a pretty good place in the league table of 2017-18. Here goes the full detail of the next matches of Valencia.

Valencia vs. Real Sociedad

Competition: La Liga [Matchday 6] Date: 24th September 2017 [Sunday] 6:45 PM [GMT] Venue: Anoeta Stadium

Valencia vs. Athletic

Competition: La Liga [Matchday 7] Date: 1st October 2017 [Sunday] 4:30 PM [GMT] Venue: Mestalla Stadium

Valencia vs. Betis

Competition: La Liga [Matchday 8] Date: 15th October 2017 [Sunday] 6:45 PM [GMT] Venue: Estadio Benito Villamarín

Valencia vs. Sevilla

Competition: La Liga [Matchday 9] Date: 22nd October 2017 [Sunday] Venue: Mestalla Stadium

Valencia vs. Alaves

Competition: La Liga [Matchday 10] Date: 29th October 2017 [Sunday] Venue: Mendizorrotza Stadium

Valencia Schedule This Season

Here goes the entire detail of all the matches Valencia played or will play in the new season of 2017-18. We will update the scores of each match regularly, so keep your eyes on the page to know the latest performance, live stream and scores of the Spanish club Valencia.

* All times are in GMT [Greenwich Mean Time]

Date Match Competition Venue Score Time
25.07.2017 Cincinnati vs. Valencia Friendly Nippert Stadium 0-2 FT
05.08.2017 Bremen vs. Valencia Friendly Weser-Stadion 1-2 FT
19.08.2017 Valencia vs. Las Palmas La Liga Mestalla Stadium 1-0 FT
28.08.2017 Real Madrid vs. Valencia La Liga Santiago Bernabéu 2-2 FT
09.09.2017 Valencia vs. Atletico Madrid La Liga Mestalla Stadium 0-0 FT
16.09.2017 Levante vs. Valencia La Liga EstadiCiutat de València 1-1 FT
19.09.2017 Valencia vs. Malaga La Liga Mestalla Stadium 5-0 FT
24.09.2017 Real Sociedad vs. Valencia La Liga Anoeta Stadium 6:45 PM
01.10.2017 Valencia vs. Athletic La Liga Mestalla Stadium 4:30 PM
15.10.2017 Betis vs. Valencia La Liga Estadio Benito Villamarín 6:45 PM
22.10.2017 Valencia vs. Sevilla La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
29.10.2017 Alaves vs. Valencia La Liga Mendizorrotza Stadium TBD
05.11.2017 Valencia vs. Leganes La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
19.11.2017 Espanyol vs. Valencia La Liga RCDE Stadium TBD
26.11.2017 Valencia vs. Barcelona La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
03.12.2017 Getafe vs. Valencia La Liga Coliseum Alfonso Pérez TBD
10.12.2017 Valencia vs. Celta Vigo La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
17.12.2017 Eibar vs. Valencia La Liga Ipurua Municipal Stadium TBD
20.12.2017 Valencia vs. Villarreal La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
07.01.2018 Valencia vs. Girona La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
14.01.2018 Deportivo vs. Valencia La Liga EstadioRiazor TBD
21.01.2018 Las Palmas vs. Valencia La Liga Estadio Gran Canaria TBD
28.01.2018 Valencia vs. Real Madrid La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
04.02.2018 Atletico Madrid vs. Valencia La Liga Wanda Metropolitano TBD
11.02.2018 Valencia vs. Levante La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
18.02.2018 Malaga vs. Valencia La Liga La Rosaleda Stadium TBD
25.02.2018 Valencia vs. Real Sociedad La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
28.02.2018 Athletic vs. Valencia La Liga San Mamés Stadium TBD
04.03.2018 Valencia vs. Betis La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
11.03.2018 Sevilla vs. Valencia La Liga Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium TBD
18.03.2018 Valencia vs. Alaves La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
01.04.2018 Leganes vs. Valencia La Liga Estadio Municipal de Butarque TBD
08.04.2018 Valencia vs. Espanyol La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
15.04.2018 Barcelona vs. Valencia La Liga Camp Nou TBD
18.04.2018 Valencia vs. Getafe La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
22.04.2018 Celta Vigo vs. Valencia La Liga Estadio Municipal de Balaídos TBD
29.04.2018 Valencia vs. Eibar La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD
06.05.2018 Villarreal vs. Valencia La Liga Estadio de la Cerámica TBD
13.05.2018 Girona vs. Valencia La Liga EstadiMontilivi TBD
20.05.2018 Valencia vs. Deportivo La Liga Mestalla Stadium TBD

Last 5 match results of Valencia

Here we will update the recent five matches’ results of Valencia so that you can always be updated about your favorite team. So keep your eyes on this page of Sporteology to know the latest results and highlights of the Spanish club Valencia.

Valencia 1-0 Las Palmas [19.08.2017 – La Liga]

Valencia bagged a win in their first La Liga match of the season, as Simone Zara scored a goal in the 22nd min and sealed the fate of the match early. While the two teams continued to go back and forth for the rest of the match, no more goals were scored, even though Alen Halilovic’s departure from the field after a red card left Valencia with 10 players.

Valencia 2-2 Real Madrid [28.08.2017 – La Liga]

Valencia came to a draw with the La Liga champions of the last season, Real Madrid. Marco Asensio scored for Real in the 10th min, followed closely by Valencia’s Carlos Soler who leveled the score in the 18th in. Geoffreey Kondogbia took the team to the lead in the 77th min, min Asensio scored again in the 83rd min to bring the score to 2-2.

Valencia 0-0 Atletico Madrid [09.09.2017 – La Liga]

Both the teams started quite confidently in this La Liga game but Valencia went a bit aggressive and Martín Montoya got the first yellow card in the 35th minute of the match. Valencia and Atletico Madrid made some quick changes in the squad in the second half but failed to score any. The match ended as a goalless draw.

Valencia 1-1 Levante [16.09.2017 – La Liga]

Both the team started this La Liga game quite aggressively and got 1 yellow card each in the first half. Rodrigo scored the goal for Valencia with a brilliant strike in the 31st minute of the game which was then equalized for Levante by Enis Bardhi in the 41st minute. Two teams failed to score any winning goal in the second half thus ending the match as a 1-1 draw between the teams.

Valencia 5-0 Malaga [19.09.2017 – La Liga]

Valencia started the La Liga match against Malaga in quite an aggressive manner and got their first goal from Santi Mina’s brilliant shot in the 17th minute. Simone Zaza then came into his full glory and scored three back-to back goals in 55th minute, 60th minute and then again in 63rd minute with his marvelous skill. The last goal of Valencia came from an awesome strike by Rodrigo in the 86th minute of the game.