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1909 also saw the birth of Gimnástico Football Club, which originally played at Patronato de la Juventud Obrera, being then named Gimnástico-Patronato.In 1919, Gimnástico became the champion of the Campeonato de Valencia, beating CD Castellón in two leg finals; the next year, the club had become Real Gimnástico Football Club, after being granted royal patronage by Alfonso XIII, and they reached the final of Campeonato Regional de Levante, but lost to Club Deportivo Aguileño.Under the manager who led the team back to the top flight, Luis García Plaza, Levante finally retained its division status in the 2010–11 season.During one point of the league's second round of matches, Levante was in third position in the Liga table, only behind Barcelona and Real Madrid after losing just once in 12 games, against Real Madrid.), taking its name from the Levante beach in La Malvarrosa, and was one of the pioneering football clubs in Valencia.Local rivals Valencia CF was not formed until 1919, however another club, Cabanyal FC, had been playing in the city since 1907.
As a result, the two clubs merged in 1939 to become Unión Deportiva Levante-Gimnástico, changing two years later to Levante Unión Deportiva, which club colours in the 2000s also dating from this era (the blaugrana home colours were originally those of Gimnástico, while the black and white away kit, was also used by Levante in the beginning).
News reports stated that the club had incurred a debt of over €18 million in payments due to its players.
The team plummeted down the standings, and it was confirmed that the club would be playing in the second division in 2008–09, with several matches to go.
Levante's earliest games were played at La Platjeta, near the docks on a plot of land owned by a perfume entrepreneur.
Its next ground was also near the port area, and the club gradually began to become associated with the working class.