Club Deportivo Condal was a Spanish football club based in Barcelona, in the autonomous community of Catalonia. Founded in 1934 and dissolved in 1970, it held home games at Camp de Les Corts, with a capacity of 25,000 spectators. Condal was founded in 1934 as Sección Deportiva La España Industrial, being renamed Club Deportivo Condal 22 years later. Between 1956 and 1961 it played in La Liga and Segunda División, having its only top flight experience in the 1956–57 season, finishing in 16th and last position. Condal spent the last nine years of its existence in Tercera División, with the exception of two campaigns in the second level. In 1970 it merged with Atlètic Catalunya to form a new club, FC Barcelona B who acted as FC Barcelona's reserves. 1 season in La Liga 10 seasons in Segunda División 9 seasons in Tercera División Luis Suárez Enric Gensana Mariano Gonzalvo Carles Rexach Manuel Sanchís Justo Tejada Jiří Hanke Dagoberto Moll
Real Avilés CF
Real Avilés Club de Fútbol is a Spanish football team based in Avilés, in the autonomous community of Asturias. Founded in 1903 it plays in Tercera División, holding home matches at Estadio Román Suárez Puerta, with an approximate capacity of 5,400 seats. Avilés was founded in 1903 under the name Sport Club Avilesino, hence being considered the oldest football club in Asturias. In 1906 he joins the Sociedad Obrera Industrial as their football section with the name of Círculo Industrial y de Sport de Avilés, but a few years the players and managers of the football team decide to become independent again, this time with the name of Stadium Club Avilesino. In 1925 Stadium obtained the royal crown from Alfonso XIII, being renamed Real Stadium Club Avilesino. A new name change took place in 1940, according to a government's prohibition of foreign names, the club became Real Avilés Club de Fútbol. In 1983 Avilés absorbed Club Deportivo Ensidesa and changed its name again, to Real Avilés Industrial Club de Fútbol.
It played in Segunda División B for two seasons and returned to that level at the end of the 1987–88 campaign, being crowned champions three years and thus promoting to Segunda División: after comfortably finishing in midtable in its first season, the team ranked second from bottom in the following, spending a further eight years in the third category two more from 2002 to 2004, after which it returned to Tercera División. The relegation to Tercera was followed by a serious financial and social crisis in the club, with all the supporters leaving the club. In 2010, the board of the club retook its old name Real Avilés Club de Fútbol. Following an agreement with the investment group "Golplus", Real Avilés failed to promote to Segunda División B in 2012, but the club could buy a vacant berth in the third tier. Two years Real Avilés would play the promotion play-offs to Segunda División, they would eliminate FC Cartagena in the first round, but failed in the attempt to beat UE Llagostera in the second one.
In October 2014, Golplus would leave the club due to the lack of support and Real Avilés would start a new crisis that ended with the relegation to Tercera División after being beaten in the relegation playoffs by CD Eldense. On 3 July 2017, the Royal Spanish Football Federation would not allow Real Avilés to register its players in any of the categories due to an unpaid debt of €32,000 to their players. After paying it, the club continued involved in serious internal problems as José María Tejero, owner of the club, the management group did not reach an agreement. Tejero decided to take the helm of the club despite the opposition of the management group, without terminating the contract. After this incident, the owner and the management group made a different team each one for playing in the 2017–18 Tercera División. Both hired one coach and signed several players, but only the ones contracted by the owner were registered; the club changed the crest to the most recent one in 2017. The historical logo, introduced in 1983, adding garnet colour, the colour of Ensidesa to the crest.
However, in circa 2015 the club restored to the old design. The club deleted other elements that refer to Ensidesa from the club song. Before 1983 the club user a few other design. Sport Club Avilesino Círculo Industrial y de Sport de Avilés Stadium Club Avilesino Real Stadium Club Avilesino Stadium Club Avilesino Real Avilés Club de Fútbol Real Avilés Industrial Club de Fútbol Real Avilés Industrial Club de Fútbol, SAD Real Avilés Club de Fútbol, SAD 13 seasons in Segunda División 18 seasons in Segunda División B 50 seasons in Tercera División Segunda División B: 1989–90 Tercera División: 1932–33, 1944–45, 1951–52, 1964–65, 1966–67, 1967–68, 1982–83 Copa RFEF: 2002–03 Copa RFEF: 1999, 2001, 2002 Note: this list contains players that have played at least 100 league games and/or have reached international status. Juanele Marcelino Campanal Mauri Official website
Barakaldo Club de Fútbol is a Spanish football team based in Barakaldo, in the autonomous community of the Basque Country. Founded in 1917 it plays in Segunda División B – Group 2, holding home matches at Lasesarre, with a capacity of 7,960 seats. Baracaldo Football-Club — Baracaldo Oriamendi — Baracaldo Altos Hornos — 28 seasons in Segunda División 34 seasons in Segunda División B 26 seasons in Tercera División As of 22 October 2018Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Segunda División B: 1979–80, 1997–98, 2001–02 Tercera División:Winners: 1929–30 1930–31 1957–58, 1962–63, 1963–64, 1971–72, 1976–77 Winners: 1987–88 Note: this list includes players that have played in at least 100 league games and/or have reached international status. Serafín Aedo Pablito Barcos Bata Germán Beltrán Luis María Echeberría Javier Escalza Raúl García Guillermo Gorostiza Iosu Iglesias Venancio Manuel Sarabia Telmo Zarra José María Amorrortu Carmelo Cedrun Iñigo Liceranzu Mané Eusebio Ríos Official website Futbolme team profile Barakaldo Femenino at Txapeldunak
Xerez Club Deportivo, known as Xerez, is a Spanish football team based in Jerez de la Frontera, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Founded on 24 September 1947, it plays in Tercera División – Group 10, holding home matches at Estadio Municipal de Chapín, with an overall 20,742-seat capacity. Team colours are blue shirt and socks, white shorts. Due to the link between Jerez de la Frontera and the United Kingdom created by the exports of sherry, football had its beginnings in the region towards the second half of the 19th century. In the early 20th century Sir Thomas Spencer, who worked with the William & Humbert winery, founded Sociedad Jerez Foot-Ball Club – he served as chairman and captain. From 1942 to 1947 the club had several names, ending with Jerez Club Deportivo, changed to the current name in 1960s. Xerez first reached the second division in 1953–54, remaining there for five years; the team's new stadium, Estadio Municipal de Chapín, was inaugurated on 10 July 1988, replacing the old Estadio Domecq – the first match there was a friendly against Real Madrid.
After decades in that category and in the third, it had a 2001–02 second level campaign which resulted in an historic La Liga promotion, only one year after doing the same thing. Since Xerez finished in the top 10 in division two each campaign, except in the 2007–08 season when a weak start led to a 15th-place finish; the following campaign proved excellent, as the club was always in the top positions: on 13 June 2009, after beating SD Huesca 2–1 at home, it achieved promotion to the top division for the first time in its history. In the final day of the competition, a draw at Celta de Vigo proved enough for the title, as CD Tenerife lost 1–2 home to CD Castellón in the final minute; the first season of Xerez in the top flight would be short-lived. After only collecting seven points from the first 19 games – which led to the sacking of coach José Ángel Ziganda – the club amassed 27 in the remaining 19 with Néstor Gorosito as boss, not good enough however to prevent the drop as last. Xerez ranked 14th in the two following second level seasons, respectively.
The 2012–13 campaign, was disastrous on all levels, as the team finished in 22nd and last position as a direct consequence of enduring serious financial difficulties for several years, the situation culminated with the club being relegated to the fourth division on 1 August. After the Xerez's season, a bunch of supporters founded a new club in the lower leagues, named Xerez Deportivo FC due to the club's institutional problems. While the latter was promoted to Primera Provincial, the former was again relegated, this time to Primera Andaluza, until May 2017, when Xerez came back to Tercera División. Xerez Fútbol Club - → ↓ Xerez Club Deportivo - Club Deportivo Jerez - → ↑ 1 season in La Liga 25 seasons in Segunda División 17 seasons in Segunda División B 23 seasons in Tercera División 5 seasons in Categorías Regionales Segunda División: 2008–09 Segunda División B: 1981–82, 1985–86 Tercera División: 1952–53, 1959–60, 1964–65, 1966–67, 1970–71 Note: this list includes players that have played in at least 100 league games and/or have reached international status.
Néstor Gorosito Bernd Schuster Carlos Orúe Manuel Ruiz Esteban Vigo Founded in 1975, Xerez CD B was disestablished in 2015. On 16 August 2016, Xerez CD created the basketball section of the club, it plays in the fifth division. Official website Futbolme team profile BDFutbol team profile
Sporting de Gijón
Real Sporting de Gijón S. A. D. Commonly known as Real Sporting, Sporting Gijón, RSG or Sporting is a Spanish football club from Gijón, Asturias. Founded on 1 July 1905, it plays in Segunda División. Known as Los Rojiblancos because of their red and white striped jerseys, their home ground is El Molinón stadium, the oldest professional football ground in Spain, in use since at least 1908; the club was established in 1905 with the name Sporting Gijonés, Anselmo López being the first club president. The first game of the club is dated on 18 August 1907, against Sport Ovetense; the decline of other local clubs like Gijón Sport Club and Sportiva Gijonesa allowed Sporting Gijonés to become the main team in the city. In 1912, King Alfonso XIII accepted the Royal patronage of the club for the Spanish Crown, introducing the term "Real" to its name, becoming Real Sporting Club Gijonés. In 1914, Sporting Gijón won its first Regional Championship of Asturias, success repeated two years when the club started the first steps to buy El Molinón, where Sporting started to play its games in 1915.
On 2 April 1916, a new change took place to adopt today's Real Sporting de Gijón. Thank to the win at the Regional Championship, on 24 April 1917 the club made its debut in the Copa del Rey, but was eliminated in the first round by Arenas Club de Getxo. Sporting lost both games by 0 -- 1 in 0 -- 7 at the Basque Country. On 9 October 1921, Manolo Meana became the first Sporting Gijón player to be called up with the Spanish national team, for a friendly game against Belgium. In 1929, Sporting Gijón joined Segunda División. In its first season, the club finished in the fourth position. From 1940 until 1970, due to a temporary law forbidding the use of foreign words in football club names, the team's official denomination was Real Gijón. In 1944, the club was promoted to La Liga for the first time as champion of the 1943–44 Segunda División; the first game in the top tier was played on 24 September 1944, against Español at Sarriá. The game finished without goals; the first goal was scored in the next game against Deportivo de La Coruña, by Gundemaro, but the first win did not arrive until the week 6, when the team beat Atlético Aviación by 2–0.
Sporting remained four seasons in La Liga before its relegation, but it would come back in 1951, after winning the 1950–51 Segunda División and scoring 100 goals. Until the 1970s, Sporting alternated both divisions, spending all the decade of the 1960s in Segunda División. At the end of the 1960–61 Segunda División the club was relegated to Tercera División after losing the relegation playoffs against Burgos, but the resignation of Condal to continue playing in the second tier allows Sporting to play a repechage playoff against Sevilla Atlético and Castellón. In the first match, Sporting tied 3–3 against Castellón; the winner of the match would be decided by a coin toss. After winning the two previous coin tosses during the match, choosing tails in both, captain Pepe Ortiz decided to choose again tails, Sporting became the winner of the game. In the final for remaining in the category, Sporting defeated Sevilla Atlético by 2–1. In 1970, with the name of "Sporting" recovered, the club would start its consolidation in La Liga despite a relegation to Segunda División in 1975.
This year would mean the start of the golden era of the club. Just after promoting in 1976, Sporting Gijón started the 1977–78 season by accumulating eight matches without losses; the Rojiblancos finished in the fifth position qualifying for the first time to the UEFA Cup. Players like Quini, Enzo Ferrero or Antonio Maceda and others would make history in the 1978–79 club's season, considered the best one in the history of the club; the season started with the first round of the UEFA Cup, where on 13 September 1978 Sporting beat Torino by 3–0 at El Molinón. In the second round, Sporting was eliminated by Red Star Belgrade; the club finished the first half of La Liga as leader, tied in points with Real Madrid, but a loss against the Merengues by 0–1 kept off the possibilities of the club to win the league title. In 1981, the club played for the first time the Cup Final. In the game played at Estadio Vicente Calderón on 18 June 1981, Sporting was defeated 1–3 by Barcelona. Former Sporting Gijón player Quini, considered as the most important player in the club's history, scored two goals for the blaugranas.
Sporting repeated success in 1982, but this time Real Madrid beat the rojiblancos 1–2. During the 1980s Sporting accumulated four more participations at UEFA Cup, but always was eliminated in the first round. On 16 September 1987, Sporting won the first leg game against Arrigo Sacchi's AC Milan, but a 0–3 defeat in Italy cut off Sporting's possibilities. In the previous 1986–87 season, Sporting beat Barcelona at Camp Nou by 0–4, the biggest win away in the club's history in La Liga. One year before, Manuel Vega-Arango, president since 1977, left office; the last UEFA Cup participation was during the 1991–92 season. Sporting Gijón eliminated Partizan after a penalty shootout, but failed to defeat Steaua București in the second round. In 1992, following the law, Real Sporting de Gijón became a Sociedad Anónima Deportiva, its official name since that moment is Real Sporting de Gijón, S. A. D; the internal financial crisis and the departure of important players triggers the decline of the club, pushing it to the lower positions in La Liga.
In the 1994–95 season, Sporting remained in La Liga thanks to winning the relegation playoffs against Lleida, but three years following a disastrous 1997–98 campaign where Sporting only earned 13 points (two wins and seven draws in 38 gam
Racing de Ferrol
Racing Club de Ferrol is a Spanish football team based in Ferrol, Province of A Coruña, in the autonomous community of Galicia. Founded in 1919, the club plays in Segunda División B – Group 1, holding home games at Estadio da Malata. Club colours are green shirts with white shorts, though during the early years of its existence green and white shirts with vertical stripes were used; the history of football in Ferrol is associated with the shipbuilding yards, workshops and drydocks and the British technical advisors, hired to work locally who used to play against each-other at first, but on, local workers and military personnel stationed in Ferrol. The renewal of the shipyards and the creation, in town of the "school of Naval Engineers" meant that from that from the mid-nineteenth century, a French at first but, latter on British and Technicians, a constant influx was developed; this influx of Britons will increase exponentially from 1909 when Spain signed a massive contract with Vickers-Armstrong, John Brown and a few others though Vickers-Armstrong for the renewal of the local Dry-docks and Dockyards and foundries after the Naval disaster of 1898.
From those early years to these days many football clubs came and go over the decades but only one of them survived for a considerable time and for that, only as an amalgamation of some other previous teams and this is el Racing de Ferrol. Racing Ferrol Football Club, can trace back its origins back to July 1919, but starting strongly from the beginning on a massive winning all matches spree that allow the team to play against the best national squads in the country so only ten years after its creation Racing Ferrol Football Club was taking part on its first national championships competition and fluctuating over the decades between first and second divisions as follows: the second – first presence in 1939–40 – and third divisions. In 1977–78 the Galicians won the inaugural edition of Segunda División B and promoted again, only to be relegated back, it would not until the year 2000 that Racing would again reach the second level, going on to spend there five of the following six years. In the 2006–07 campaign the club gained promotion to the category in the playoffs, with a 2–1 aggregate win against Alicante CF.
In the following season the team finished fourth from the bottom and dropped back to the third division, to the fourth only two years later. 34 seasons in Segunda División 25 seasons in Segunda División B 27 seasons in Tercera División As of 8 November 2017Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Galician Championships: 1928–29, 1937–38, 1938–39 Campeonato de España / Copa del Generalísimo: Runner-up 1938–39 Segunda División B: Promotion 1999–00, 2006–07 Note: this list includes players that have played at least 100 league games and/or have reached international status. Estadio da Malata holds 12,024 spectators, was built in 1993; the pitch dimensions are 105 x 68 metres. Racing used three main stadiums over the years, starting with Campo de Futbol O Inferniño, utilized until a move to Estadio Manuel Rivera in 1954 took place; this was an oval-shaped enclosure with a single cantilever stand. In the 1970s, a cover was erected over the popular terrace.
In 1993, the metropolitan area of Ferrol built Estadio da Malata to the west of the town, near the valley of Serantes. The total cost of the development was 1700 million pesetas; the first match on the new grounds was played on 18 April 1993, in a 3–2 friendly win over Atlético Madrid B. The official inauguration took place on 29 August, in a triangular tournament featuring the home side and neighbours Celta de Vigo and Deportivo de La Coruña. Ferrol SECN Vickers-Armstrong SDC Galicia Mugardos, reserve team Official website Futbolme team profile The British School @ Ferrol Aerial Views of Ferrol in North Western Spain 2004 Soccerway profile