Sevilla Fútbol Club was established in 1905 in Andalusia's picturesque city of the same name. It is the second oldest football club in Spain and supported ardently by local football fans. The club is playing in the semi-final of current year's UEFA Europa League which is further boosting the sales of Sevilla football tickets. The club has won La Liga once, Copa Del Rey five times, UEFA Cup twice in past. Sevilla is served by another professional football club, Real Betis Balompie, which also forms a part of La Liga. Real Betis has won the league title once and Copa Del Rey twice including one in 2005. Football matches in Sevilla are played at Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán. The stadium was established in 1957 and is having a current capacity of about 45,000. 1982 FIFA World Cup semi-final match between France and Germany was held at this venue.