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
Real Unión Club de Irún, S. A. D. is a Spanish football club based in Irun, in the autonomous community of the Basque Country, in the province of Gipuzkoa, near the border with France. Founded in 15 May 1915 it plays in Segunda División B – Group 2, holding home matches at the 5,000-seater Stadium Gal. Real Unión were among the early pioneering Spanish football teams and, along with fellow Basque clubs Athletic Bilbao, Real Sociedad and Arenas Club de Getxo were founding members of La Liga, in 1928; the club was formed in Racing Club de Irún. The former was founded in 1902 as Irún Foot-Ball Club, changing its name in 1907; the latter, formed in 1908, had won the 1913 Copa del Rey, beating Athletic Bilbao 1–0 in a replayed final. The club was known as Unión Club Irún before Alfonso XIII gave the club royal approval. During the Second Spanish Republic the club reverted to this name. Real Unión subsequently won the Copa del Rey a further three times, beating Real Madrid in 1918 and again in 1924. In 1927 they defeated Arenas Getxo in the only all-Basque final to date.
In 1922 they were runners-up. The club were relegated from La Liga in 1932. In 1920, when Spain made their international debut at the Olympic Games, the club provided the squad with three players—Egiazabal, Vázquez and Arabolaza. Another Real Unión player, René Petit, took part in the same Olympic Games with France. In the 70s and 80s, Spanish internationals Javier Irureta and Roberto López Ufarte began their career with the club. On 11 November 2008, in the 2008–09 Copa del Rey against Real Madrid, Real Unión lost 3–4 at the Santiago Bernabéu, but secured a famous aggregate victory following a 3–2 home victory in the first leg, it was the first time in history that Real Madrid were eliminated by a Segunda División B team at home. The club returned to the Segunda División after a 44-year absence, successively defeating CE Sabadell FC and AD Alcorcón in the 2008–09 promotion play-offs. However, it would be a short-lived return, as the team was relegated, after ranking 21st. 4 seasons in La Liga 10 seasons in Segunda División 25 seasons in Segunda División B 40 seasons in Tercera División 7 seasons in Categorías Regionales As of 6 November 2017Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Copa del Rey: Winners 1913, 1918, 1924, 1927 Runners-up: 1922 Copa Federación de España: Winners 2014–15 Segunda División B: Winners: 2002–03, 2008–09 Tercera División: Winners1957–58, 1963–64. Category:Real Unión footballers Steve Bloomer Javier Zubillaga Official website Futbolme team profile
Granada Club de Fútbol (Spanish pronunciation:, or Granada CF, is a Spanish football club in Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Founded on 6 April 1931, it plays in the Segunda División; the club plays. Granada was the third Andalusian football team after Betis and Sevilla to compete in La Liga, in 1941–42; the team is located at position 24 of the historical points classification of the First Division, where it has participated in 20 seasons and finished in sixth place twice. Granada was Copa del Rey runner-up in 1959. Granada Club de Fútbol was founded on 14 April 1931 as Recreativo de Granada; the first football match was played against Deportivo Jaén. The first goal in the match, in the club's history, was scored by Antonio Bombillar. In the 1931–32 season, the club won the Tercera Regional – Región Sur championship. After several promotions, in 1941–42 the club made its La Liga debut. From here until the'80s, it alternated between that category and Segunda División, with its golden age coming during the'70s, with eight top flight seasons, which included a career-best two sixth league places.
In 1959 Granada achieved its greatest sports landmark. In the final, played at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, the team lost to Barcelona 4–1. In the 1980s, Granada had some brief appearances in the second division, but it spent most seasons in Segunda División B, dropping another level in 2002–03, due to non-payment to its players. After four seasons in the fourth division, former Real Madrid president Lorenzo Sanz, along with his son Paco, arrived at the club. With their help, the Andalusian side was again promoted to the third category but got itself into serious financial trouble. In 2006–07, Granada played in Group IV of the third level after four seasons in Tercera. Three years in July 2009, the club was in such financial difficulty that it was on the brink of closing; the solution to the crisis came with the signing of a partnership agreement with Udinese Calcio, with the Spaniards incorporating large numbers of players contracted to the Italian club as well as receiving its youth players and reserves as part of the agreement.
At the end of the season, Granada won its group promoted in the play-offs, returning to the second division after 22 years. In 2010–11, Granada finished in fifth position, with most of the players loaned by Udinese still on board. On 18 June 2011, the club became the first winner of the promotion play-offs – a different system was used from 1985 to 1999 – after successively defeating Celta de Vigo and Elche, thus returning to the top division after a 35-year absence. Back in the top-flight after such a long absence, it was always going to be difficult. By the end of the 2011 -- 12 season, Granada managed finishing in 17th position. After surviving in the top flight for six seasons, Granada was relegated in 2016-17 after being defeated by Real Sociedad. 23 seasons in La Liga 33 seasons in Segunda División 22 seasons in Segunda División B 5 seasons in Tercera División 2 seasons in Regional As of 08 February 2019 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Segunda División: 1940–41, 1956–57, 1967–68 Segunda División B: 1982–83, 1999–00, 2009–10 Tercera División: 1933–34, 2003–04, 2005–06 Copa del Rey: Runner-up 1958–59 Andalucia Cup: 1932–33 Andalucia Championship reservations: 1971–72 Antonio Puerta Trophy: 2010 La Liga: Enrique Porta Segunda División: Miguel, Rafa Updated to derby #81 played on April 8, 2016. After its foundation, the team played its home matches at Campo de Las Tablas, inaugurated on 20 December 1931. Granada's stay at this ground was a short one; the club played in this stadium until 1995 when a new facility, named Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes, took its place. It was inaugurated on 16 May 1995, with an original capacity of 16,212 seats; this was expanded to 22,524 after the final promotion to La Liga in the summer of 2011.
Dimensions: 105 × 68 meters Address: C/ Pintor Manuel Maldonado s/n Inauguration date: 16 May 1995, Real Madrid–Bayer Leverkusen First Granada CF match: 22 August 1995, Granada-Real Betis XXIII Granada Trophy Upon its foundation, the club's kits were a shirt with blue and white vertical stripes and white shorts. After the Spanish Civil War the club owners went to Madrid to buy new ones, but they couldn't find other than red and white striped shirts; that became the official colour scheme from on. In the 1970s, the club changed the vertical stripes to horizontal. Since several changes took place until 2004–05, when in a member assembly it was decided to use horizontal stripes definitively. Official website Official website Futbolme team profile BDFutbol team profile Unofficial website
RC Celta de Vigo
Real Club Celta de Vigo known as Celta Vigo or Celta, is a Spanish professional football club based in Vigo, Galicia playing in La Liga. It was founded on 23 August 1923 following the merger of Real Vigo Sporting and Real Fortuna Football Club. Nicknamed Os Celestes, they play in sky blue socks along with white shorts; the club's home stadium is the Abanca-Balaídos. Celta's name is derived from the Celts, its main rival is fellow Galician club Deportivo de La Coruña, with whom it contests the Galician derby. Celta have never won the league title nor Copa del Rey, although they have reached the final three times in the latter. One of the team's best seasons was 1970–71, when they finished unbeaten at home and were known as the "giant-killers". Celta qualified for the UEFA Cup for the first time; the club finished in their best-ever position of fourth in 2002–03, qualifying for the 2003–04 UEFA Champions League, where they were eliminated by Arsenal in the Round of 16. In the 2016–17 UEFA Europa League, Celta reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Europa League for the first time, losing to Manchester United.
R. C. Celta de Vigo was formed as a result of the ambition of Vigo's teams to achieve more at national level, where the Basque sides had been their bête noire in the Spanish Championship; the idea was to merge both teams to create a more powerful team at national level. The standard-bearer of this movement was Manuel de Castro, known as "Handicap", a sports writer for the Faro de Vigo who, from 1915, began to write in his articles about the need for a unitarian movement; the slogan of his movement was "Todo por y para Vigo", which found support among the managers of Real Vigo Sporting and Real Club Fortuna de Vigo. It was backed unanimously when de Castro himself presented the motion at the assembly of the Royal Spanish Football Federation in Madrid on 22 June 1923. On 12 July 1923, at the annual general meetings of Vigo and Fortuna held at the Odeon Theatre and in the Hotel Moderno the merger was approved, thus the "Team of Galicia" was born. In the last AGM of Fortuna and Vigo to approve the formation of a new club held on 10 August 1923, the members decided upon the team's name.
Various names suggested include "Real Unión de Vigo", "Club Galicia", "Real Atlántic", "Breogán" and "Real Club Olimpico". The latter name was popular, but they decided on "Real Club Celta", an ethnic race linked to Galicia; the first president of Celta was the Count of Torre Cedeira. At this AGM, the squad was decided, which numbered 64 players in total and included some notable players from both Fortuna and Vigo: Goalkeepers: Isidro and Rubido Defenders: Otero, Pasarín, Juanito Clemente, Daniel y Kaíto Midfielders: Jacobo Torres, Queralt, Pombo, Cruces, Córdoba, Máximo y Bienvenido Forwards: Reigosa, Posada, Correa, Ramón González, Pinilla, Chicha, Miguelito y Casal, Park. Manager: Francis Cuggy 1997 through to 2003 saw arguably the best results in Celta's history, this period They were dubbed "EuroCelta" by the Spanish press as a result of their European exploits, notable results included a 4–1 aggregate win against Liverpool in the 1998–99 UEFA Cup, a 4–0 second leg thumping of Juventus in the 1999–2000 UEFA Cup and a 7–0 home win against Benfica in the 1999–2000 UEFA Cup.
The club would qualify for the 2003–04 UEFA Champions League going out in the last 16 to Arsenal 5–2 on aggregate. Key players during the period included Alexander Mostovoi, Valery Karpin and Haim Revivo, though the squad relied upon other international players as well, such as goalkeeper Pablo Cavallero. Celta had a dramatic reversal of fortune in 2003–04. In the previous season, they finished fourth in the league, putting them in the third qualifying round of the Champions League. Celta entered the group phase after eliminating Slavia Prague, reached the last 16 before being knocked out by Arsenal. However, their domestic form was disastrous, finishing second-to-last in La Liga, thus sealing their relegation to the Segunda División. Although the squad was dismantled following the demotion, Celta earned an immediate return to the top flight after finishing second in 2004–05. In the 2005–06 season, they finished sixth earning a return once more to the UEFA Cup, they made it to the last 16 in that competition as well before losing to German side Werder Bremen.
The next year, 2006–07, Celta finished in 18th and were once again relegated to the Segunda División. At the end of June 2007, Celta avoided going into administration. However, if an agreement was not put in place between the club and its creditors within three months courts would declare the liquidation of the club's assets. Due to heavy debt, the club was forced to sell many players and make tremendous cuts in the club's finances. Since they have been relying on the reserve team, combined with some inexpensive signings. During the first three seasons in the Segunda División, the club struggled to avoid further relegation, all amid fears of the club's complete disappearance; this was a period of high instability, with constant changes of players. In the 2010–11 season, the signings of striker David Rodríguez, winger Enrique de Lucas and manager Paco Herrera turned the situation around; the club finished sixth after a
Racing de Santander
Real Racing Club de Santander, S. A. D. known as Racing de Santander, is a Spanish football club based in Santander, in the autonomous community of Cantabria. Founded in 1913, it plays in Segunda División B – Group 2, holding home games at Estadio El Sardinero, with a capacity for 22,222 spectators, it is one of the ten founding clubs of La Liga. Racing de Santander played its first match on 23 February 1913, it was founded on 14 June, as Santander Racing Club, appearing in its first tournament during that summer and being admitted to the Northern Federation on 14 November merging with Santander Football Club. In the 1928/29 season, the Spanish League competition began. After a complicated elimination process to determine the tenth and final team for the new First Division, Racing successively beat Valencia and Sevilla; the club was part of the first goalless game in the league, against Athletic Club. During the Second Republic, the classifications of Santander varied. In the 1930/31, It achieved the subchampionship of the Spanish League, tied at 22 points with champion Athletic Club, third-place Real Sociedad.
This is the highest level achieved by the club in all its history, trained by the English Robert Firth and chaired by Fernando Pombo. They participated in the International Tournament of Paris, falling in the semifinal to Slavia of Prague. In the 1930s, under the presidency of the academic José María de Cossío, it had varied positions, from third place in to low table rankings. In seasons Racing played in the Commonwealth Championship of Castilla-Aragón, in which it finished second in the first season. Meanwhile, in Cantabria a lesser championship was disputed, not qualifying for the Spanish Cup. During the 1935/36 season, Racing was the first club in the Spanish league to beat Barcelona and Real Madrid in the four league matches in the same season: on 8 December 1935 won 4-0 against Barcelona in the Campos de Sport de El Sardinero, on 15 December won in Madrid 2-4, on 8 March 1936 beat Barcelona 2-3 and on 15 March defeated Madrid 4-3 at El Sardinero; the only player to score in all matches was Milucho.
In 1950, the Cantabrians returned to the top flight after a ten-year absence, scoring 99 goals in only 30 games. During the period of Francoist Spain, the club was renamed Real Santander in 1941, because of the prohibition on non-Spanish names; the name was restored in 1973 as the team returned to the first division one year after nearly relegating, under young manager José María Maguregui. Racing de Santander was relegated, And spent the ensuing seasons bouncing between divisions one and two being crowned champions in Segunda División B in 1991. Veteran Quique Setién returned to his main club the following year, helping it return to the top flight and scoring in the 1994–95 campaign against FC Barcelona, in a historic 5–0 home win. Racing was the first Spanish team to wear a sponsor's name on their shirt: German electronics company Teka on 27 December 1981 away to Real Madrid. In the 2000s, Racing only played one season in the second division, winning promotion with Setién as manager. In 2007–08, under Marcelino García Toral, it finished in sixth position, thus qualifying to the UEFA Cup for the first time ever.
On 22 January 2011, Indian business tycoon Ahsan Ali Syed and chairman of Western Gulf Advisory, an investment company, purchased Racing de Santander firing coach Miguel Ángel Portugal. The 2011–12 season brought with it three different managers, the side returned to the second level after one full decade in the top division. At the end of the following campaign, Racing again finished in 20th position and suffered relegation being immersed in a severe institutional and economic crisis. In spite of that plight, the team was able to reach the quarterfinals in the 2013–14 edition of the domestic cup after ousting top-divisioners Sevilla FC and UD Almería. On 27 January 2014, Racing's players, citing several months of unpaid wages, announced they would not play their upcoming Cup match unless the club's president and board resigned. Three days prior to the second leg against Real Sociedad and after a 1–3 loss in the first match, Racing players gathered at the centre circle after kick-off and refused to play.
Referee Jesús Gil Manzano suspended the game after one minute, the home team was given a loss due to forfeit. Racing won their group in the 2013–14 Segunda División B, won the playoff against Llagostera to be promoted back to the second tier, but they were relegated in the 2014–15 season, they again took first place in the Segunda B section in 2015–16, but were eliminated in the promotion playoffs, failing to score a goal across four matches in the ties lost to Reus and Cadiz. 44 seasons in La Liga 33 seasons in Segunda División 6 seasons in Segunda División B 4 seasons in Tercera División Seg
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
Club Esportiu Europa is a Spanish football team based in the city of Barcelona in the district of Gràcia, in the autonomous community of Catalonia. Founded in 1907, it plays in the Tercera División – Group 5, holding home games at Nou Sardenya, with a capacity of 7,000 seats; the club is best known for its football team who in 1929, along with city neighbours FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol, were founder members of La Liga. During the late 1990s they won the Copa Catalunya twice in succession, on both occasions beating FC Barcelona in the final; the club has one of the oldest basketball teams in Spain and on 8 December 1922 they hosted Laietà BC in the first organised basketball game played in the country. During the 1920s the basketball team were Catalan champions on two occasions. CD Europa – Catalunya FC – CD Europa – CE Europa – CE Europa was founded on 5 June 1907 following a merger between Madrid de Barcelona and Provençal. In 1918/19 season the football team won the B division of the Campionat de Catalunya.
After beating CE Jupiter 3–1 and 4–0 in a play-off for the title, they defeated Athletic Sabadell 7–0 and 9–0 in a promotion play-off. During the 1920s, after FC Barcelona, CE Europa emerged as the second strongest team in Catalonia. In both 1921 and 1922 they finished as runners-up in the Campionat de Catalunya before winning the title in 1923 under coach Ralph Kirby. After finishing level on points with FC Barcelona, they beat them 1–0 in a title play-off, they subsequently represented Catalonia in the 1923 Copa del Rey and after defeating Sevilla FC and Sporting Gijón in earlier rounds. In the Copa del Rey final at the Les Corts stadium, they lost 1–0 to Athletic Bilbao. Kirby subsequently went to coach FC Barcelona during the 1925–26 season. CE Europa finished as runners-up in the Campionat de Catalunya again in 1924, 1927, 1928 and 1929. In 1928 their impressive record saw them invited to join the first La Liga, they spent three seasons in the Primera División: 1928/29, 1929/30 and 1930/31.
In 1931, despite the return of Ralph Kirby they were relegated to the Segunda División. In 1931 CE Europa merged with Gràcia FC known as FC Espanya de Barcelona, became known as Catalunya FC; however the merger was not a success and during the 1931/32 season Catalunya FC, with three games to go, were unable to complete their fixture list due to financial reasons. As a result, the fifteen games they had played in the Segunda División were annulled and the team were relegated to the Tercera División; the club reverted to the name CD Europa in 1932. During the late 1950s and 1960s the club enjoyed a brief revival. After twice winning the Moscardó Trophy, a competition for Catalan teams in the Tercera División, they won Tercera División champions in both seasons 1961/62 and 1962/63. On the latter occasion they succeeded in gaining promotion to the Segunda División. After five seasons, they were relegated to Tercera División after season 1967/68. In 1985–86 season the Castilian Club Deportivo was replaced with Club Esportiu.
In both 1997 and 1998 CE Europa won the Copa Catalunya. In the 1997 final they faced a team coached by Bobby Robson and including Amor and Hristo Stoichkov and won 3–1. In the 1998 final they held the likes of Amor, Sergi, Iván de la Peña, Fernando Couto, Juan Antonio Pizzi and Michael Reiziger to a 1–1 draw at the Mini Estadi, they clinched the trophy 4–3 on penalties. Europa won a third cup in 2014–15, after beating Girona FC in the final by 2–1. CE Europa hold home games with a 7,000-spectators capacity. 1,000 seats are located on a covered tribune, the pitch's dimensions are 100×63 metres. It opened on 1 December 1940. Football Copa del Rey Runners-Up: 1923 Quarter-finals: 1927 Tercera División: 1961–62, 1962–63 Championat de Catalunya: 1922–23 Championat de Catalunya B: 1918–19 Championat de Catalunya Amateur: 1917–18, 1933–34 Copa Catalunya: 1996–97, 1997–98, 2014–15Basketball Catalan Championship: 1924, 1926 3 seasons in La Liga 6 seasons in Segunda División 1 seasons in Segunda División B 52 seasons in Tercera División 18 season in Categorías Regionales As of 31 October 2016Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Note: this list includes players that have appeared in at least 100 league games and/or have reached international status. Rubén Epitié Zoltán Czibor Boison Wynney Eulogio Martínez Manuel Cros Marià Gonzalvo Antoni Ramallets Antonio de la CruzCategory:CE Europa footballers Ralph Kirby Josep Maria "Pep" Rovira Josep Moratalla Tintín Márquez Title: Europa, sempre endavant! Words and Music: Robert Baquero Europa, Europa sempre endavant!! no tinguem por del que vindrà el futur hem de guanyar!! Europa, Europa sempre endavant!! que la nostra fe en la victòria a tothom faci vibrar Portem amb orgull el blau escapulari sentim els colors ben endintre del cor Europa, Europa sempre endavant!! que la nostra fe en la victòria a tothom faci vibrar... I que la nostra gran història poc a poc poguem retrobar Europa, Europa... endavant, endavant!! Listen to the "hymn" by clicking here: Club Anthem CE Europa Official Website