Andres Palop


Palop's Info


Name: Andres Palop
Nationality: Spanish
Date of birth: 22 October 1973 (43 years)
Height: 1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)
Position: Goalkeeper

Current Team

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Release Clause: -
Salary: There's no salary set for this player
Expire contract: -

Team honours

2 Copa del Rey (2009-10, 2006-07)

2 Supercopa de España (2007-08, 1999-00)

3 UEFA Europa League (2006-07, 2005-06, 2003-04)

2 UEFA Supercup (European Super Cup) (2005-06, 2003-04)

2 La Liga (2003-04, 2001-02)

National Team honours

1 UEFA European Football Championship (2007-08)


Andrés Palop Cervera (Spanish), who was born on 22nd of October 1973 in L'Alcúdia, Spain, was a professional football player playing who got retired in the summer of 2014 after finishing his contract with the German club, Bayer Leverkusen.

Palop made his debut with Valencia CF Mestalla in 1993. Palop, in his long career, played most of the time in these teams Bayer 04 Leverkusen, Sevilla FC, Valencia CF, Villarreal CF and Valencia CF Mestalla during these years 1993-2014.

Andres Palop has been capped for the Spain national football team, participating in the Euro 2008 held in Austria & Switzerland where the player achieved the second European title for 'La Roja'. Unfortunately, Palop didn't play any match as he was the 3rd goalkeeper behind Pepe Reina and Iker Casillas.

The goalkeeper became one of the cornerstones of his teams, contributed to achieve all these titles throughout his long career: 2 Copa del Rey, 1 Supercopa de España and 2 Liga BBVA, after great and successful campaigns.

During the seasons: 2000-2012, Palop participated with Sevilla FC and Valencia CF in international competitions, winning 3 UEFA Europa League (2 with Sevilla FC and 1 with Valencia CF and 2 UEFA Supercup (in 2004 with Valencia and in 2006 with Sevilla).


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Palop's career



2015-16 - Retired
2014-15 - Retired
2013-14 Germany Bayer 04 Leverkusen
2012-13 Spain Sevilla FC
2011-12 Spain Sevilla FC
2010-11 Spain Sevilla FC
2009-10 Spain Sevilla FC
2008-09 Spain Sevilla FC
2007-08 Spain Sevilla FC
2006-07 Spain Sevilla FC
2005-06 Spain Sevilla FC
2004-05 Spain Valencia CF
2003-04 Spain Valencia CF
2002-03 Spain Valencia CF
2001-02 Spain Valencia CF
2000-01 Spain Valencia CF
1999-00 Spain Valencia CF
1998-99 Spain Villarreal CF
(loaned by Valencia CF)
1997-98 Spain Villarreal CF
(loaned by Valencia CF)
1996-97 Spain Valencia CF Mestalla
1995-96 Spain Valencia CF Mestalla
1994-95 Spain Valencia CF Mestalla
1993-94 Spain Valencia CF Mestalla

National Team

2007-08 Spain Spain