UD San Sebastián de los Reyes
Unión Deportiva San Sebastián de los Reyes known as Sanse is a Spanish football team based in San Sebastián de los Reyes, in the autonomous community of Madrid. Founded in 1971 it plays in Segunda División B – Group 1, holding home matches at Estadio Nuevo Matapiñonera, with a capacity of 3,000 seats. 18 seasons in Segunda División B 14 seasons in Tercera División Tercera División: 2001–02, 2002–03, 2015–16 As of 31 January 2019Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Official website Futbolme team profile Club & stadium history - Estadios de España
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
Unión Popular de Langreo is a Spanish football team based in Langreo, in the autonomous community of Asturias. Founded in 1961, it plays in Segunda B, holding its home games at Estadio Ganzábal in La Felguera, with a capacity of 4,024 seats. UP Langreo was founded on 4 July 1961, after the merge of local teams CP La Felguera and Racing de Sama, who both had a fiercy rivalry; the merge was made with the aim of overcoming from the rivalry between Sama and La Felguera not only in football, but in all areas. In its first season, Langreo achieved promotion to Segunda División, where it played during eight seasons out of the next ten years. Since its second relegation from Segunda to Tercera División, the club always played between Tercera and Segunda División B, the new third tier created in 1977, where UP Langreo played for the first time in its inaugural season. In 1994, Langreo played the promotion playoffs to Segunda División, but it finished in the last position of its group, composed by CF Extremadura, AEC Manlleu and CD Numancia.
Since that year, Langreo continues playing alternatively between Segunda División B and Tercera División. In 2018, Langreo qualified for the Copa del Rey thus ending with an 18-year absence in the competition, the largest in the club's history. Since its foundation, Langreo plays in Estadio Ganzábal. Renovated in 2006, it has capacity for 4,024 spectators. Langreo's historic rival is Caudal Deportivo. Both teams meet in the Asturian Mining basins derby; the club has a strong rivalry with Real Avilés. 8 seasons in Segunda División 17 seasons in Segunda División B 33 seasons in Tercera División As of 19 January 2019Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Tercera División: 1961–62, 1969–70, 1981–82, 1985–86, 2001–02 Copa RFEF: 1997, 2008, 2017 Kily Juan Carlos Álvarez Michu David Villa Source: Official website Non official website BDFútbol team profile
Francisco Javier'Javi' García Guerrero is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a striker. He amassed La Liga totals of 195 games and 48 goals over seven seasons in the representation of Racing de Santander and Recreativo, he added 251 matches and 72 goals in Segunda División, in a professional career which lasted 18 years. Guerrero was born in Madrid. An unsuccessful youth graduate at Real Madrid, he had loan stints with Real Jaén and Terrassa FC – in the second and third divisions – before being released in the 1999 summer, after which he signed with Albacete Balompié in the former tier, scoring 20 league goals in two seasons combined. In the 2001–02 campaign, Guerrero helped Racing de Santander achieve La Liga promotion, going on to establish as first-choice for the Cantabria club in the subsequent years and netting an average of 11 goals per season. For 2005–06 he joined RC Celta de Vigo, although he would appear sparingly as the Galician team qualified to the UEFA Cup. Guerrero moved in July 2006 to Recreativo de Huelva, making the move permanent for the 2007–08 season.
On 18 May 2008, his last-minute goal in a 1–1 home game against Real Valladolid helped the Andalusians retain their top flight status. After a weak 2008–09 campaign, the 32-year-old Guerrero returned to the second level, signing a two-year deal with UD Las Palmas and being the Canary Islands side's top scorer in his first two seasons at 11 and 12 respectively. In spite of still having one year left in his contract, he retired at the end of 2012–13 with Las Palmas still in division two, aged nearly 37. Guerrero remained attached as a match scout. Javi Guerrero at BDFutbol Javi Guerrero at Soccerway
UD Las Palmas
Unión Deportiva Las Palmas, S. A. D. is a Spanish football team based in the autonomous community of Canary Islands. Founded on 22 August 1949, it plays in Segunda División, holding home games at the Estadio Gran Canaria, with a capacity of 32,400 seats; the club remains the only one in Spanish football to achieve back-to-back promotions to La Liga in its first two seasons. It had a 19-year run in the competition, ending in 1982–83, they have been promoted to La Liga on three additional occasions since that time, most from 2015 to 2018. Its main rivals are Tenerife from said neighbouring island. Las Palmas and Tenerife contest the Canary Islands derby; the two clubs are among the most isolated professional football clubs in Europe, since they play their away games on the distant Spanish mainland. Though the club registered with the Royal Spanish Football Federation on 6 June 1949, UD Las Palmas was founded on 22 August of that year, as the result of a merger between all five clubs on the island: Club Deportivo Gran Canaria, Atlético Club de Fútbol, Real Club Victoria, Arenas Club and Marino Fútbol Club.
The union was to create a club strong enough to keep Canarian players on the island and not to seek a better career on the mainland. Debate was held on the name of the club, which it was agreed would not include the names of any of its predecessors. An early option, Deportivo Canarias, was scrapped due to referring to the Canary Islands on a whole rather than the island of Gran Canaria; the name Las Palmas by itself was put forward, rejected due to the name having been taken by a defunct club in the city. The first training session at the new club was held on 16 September 1949. Las Palmas finished second in their first season in the Tercera División, ranking third in the following year's Segunda División to reach La Liga for the first time and became the first Spanish club to achieve consecutive promotions in its first two years of existence; the first season in the top flight ended, however, in relegation, but the team returned to the category in 1954, going on to enjoy a six-year spell. After Las Palmas returned to La Liga at the end of the 1963–64 season, again as champions, the club went on to have their most successful spell in the competition.
Managed by Vicente Dauder, they finished third in 1967–68 behind Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, four club players made the Spain squad which hosted and won the UEFA Euro 1964 tournament. Las Palmas player Juan Guedes died on 9 March 1971 at the age of 28; the next season, French coach Pierre Sinibaldi led the club to the fifth place, with subsequent qualification for the UEFA Cup: after disposing of Torino F. C. and ŠK Slovan Bratislava, the Spaniards bowed out to Dutch club FC Twente. Las Palmas' third appearance in European competition came with the 1977–78 UEFA Cup, where they defeated FK Sloboda Tuzla of Yugoslavia in the first round before falling to the English side Ipswich Town. Under the management of Miguel Muñoz, with players such as Argentines Miguel Ángel Brindisi, Daniel Carnevali, Carlos Morete and Quique Wolff, the club reached their first final of the Copa del Rey in that year, losing on 19 April to Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. From the 1990s onwards, Las Palmas played in the Segunda División, but spent six years in Segunda División B – the new third level created in 1977 – and, from 2000–02, competed in the top flight.
On 3 October 2001 the side managed a 4–2 home win against Real Madrid, with youth product Rubén Castro scoring two goals for the hosts, but the season ended nonetheless in relegation. On the 22 December 2001, Las Palmas played its 1,000th game in La Liga. On 21 June 2015, Las Palmas was promoted back to La Liga after defeating Real Zaragoza on the away goals rule. 34 seasons in La Liga 28 seasons in Segunda División 6 seasons in Segunda División B 1 season in Tercera División As of 12 March 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. La LigaRunners-up: 1968–69Segunda DivisiónWinners: 1953–54, 1963–64, 1984–85, 1999–00Segunda División BWinners: 1992–93, 1995–96Copa del ReyRunners-up: 1978 Las Palmas has used farm teams since 1954, but its official B-team, Las Palmas Atlético, was founded in 1976.
A third side was founded in 2006 and reached the highest division of regional football, the Preferente, before folding in 2010 and being re-created the following season. The club had a women's team in the top division between 2009 and 2011. In 2010 Las Palmas founded an indoor football team for the Liga de Fútbol Indoor, staging matches at the Centro Insular de Deportes. Las Palmas' badge is a blue shield with yellow scrolls on top with the club's name and archipelago; the municipal arms, granted by the city's mayor, feature in the centre of the design. Underneath lie the five crests of the clubs which unite
Atlético Madrid B
Club Atlético de Madrid B is a Spanish football team based in Madrid, in the community of Madrid. Founded in 17 septembre 1963, it is the reserve team of Atlético Madrid and plays in Segunda División B – Group 1, they play their home games at Cerro del Espino Stadium. The club was founded in 1964 as Reyfra Atlético O. J. E; when CD Reyfra and CA Getafe merged. In 1970 it absorbed Aviaco Madrileño CF, established in 1967 when Madrileño CF and AD Aviaco merged, became affiliated with Atlético Madrid and changed its name to Atlético Madrileño Club de Fútbol. In 1991, the name changed to Atlético Madrid B. Having played from 1980–86 in Segunda División, the reserves fluctuated between that level and Segunda División B – created in 1977 as the new third division – in the following decades. In the 1998–99 season, the team, which featured Rubén Baraja, future Valencia and Spain star in central midfield, finished in second position in division two, but was ineligible for La Liga promotion, so Numancia gained the automatic promotion slot instead.
The entire 2000s were spent in the third level, but several players continued to make the transition to the first team, including the likes of David de Gea, Álvaro Domínguez, Antonio López, Mario Suárez, Ignacio Camacho, Saúl Ñíguez. As an independent club; as the reserve team of Atlético Madrid.11 seasons in Segunda División 29 seasons in Segunda División B 12 seasons in Tercera División As of 9 February 2019Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Source: Atlético Madrid B Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Copa de la Liga: 1982–83 Segunda División B: 1988–89, 2000–01, 2003–04 Note: this list includes players that have appeared in at least 100 league games and/or have reached international status. Cerro del Espino Stadium is located in the Spanish city of Community of Madrid's sports facilities, in Majadahonda, it serves as an habitual training ground for the main squad, as the home ground of local CF Rayo Majadahonda.
Besides, this facility hosts simposiums on rules of the National Professional Soccer League on stadia security. Technical details: Dimensions: 106x70 meters Surface: Natural grass Capacity: 3,376 spectators Opening year: 1995 Services: Newsroom, radio booths and cafeteria of the club. There are toilets and bars to the public Address: Avenida Guadarrama, Majadahonda Official website Futbolme team profile
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