Real Club Deportivo de La CoruÃ±a, S.A.D. (in English Royal Sports Club of La CoruÃ±a) is a Galician football club from La CoruÃ±a, member of the LFP. The club was founded in 1906, and holds home games at the Riazor, with a capacity of 34,600 spectators.
They are the most successful football club in Galicia, having won one La Liga title, two Spanish Cups, and three Spanish Super Cups. They have also participated in the UEFA Champions League five times and also the UEFA Cup another five times.
They hold a national rivalry with fellow Galicians R.C. Celta de Vigo, and traditionally play in blue and white striped shirts with blue shorts and socks.