This is Rayo Vallecano: The Pride of a Working Class Neighbourhood

In a city dominated by Real Madrid, Rayo Vallecano make for a refreshing change. Hailing from the district of Vallecas, an underprivileged barrio of Madrid, the essence of the club is still very much more that of a working class district team.

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