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Irun – Stadium Gal

Real Unión Club de Irún is one of the founder members of the Spanish League. Unfortunately for them, their golden era came in the decades immediately prior to the set up of the league and included four victories in the Copa del Rey. 727 palabras más

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Bilbao – Ciudad Deportiva de Lezama

In the summer of 1971, Athletic Club de Bilbao moved their training facilities away from the then grey and industrialised environs of Bilbao, to the lush, green pastures of Lezama, a small village some 6 miles to the east of the city. 1.341 palabras más

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Durango – Estadio Municipal de Tabira

A little further up the valley from Gernika is the town of Durango, which despite having a population of just 29,000, is the second largest town in Vizcaya, after those that make up the Bilbao conurbation. 641 palabras más

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Amorebieta – Urritxe

Football has been played on Urritxe since 1915, ten full years before Sociedad Deportiva Amorebieta was formed. Situated to the North East of the town, it remained a basic facility for much of the 20th century, with little in the way of cover and a dirt pitch. 340 palabras más

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Leioa – Campo de Sarriena

It was a long time coming. 89 years to be precise, but in September 2014, Sociedad Deportiva Leioa won promotion to the third tier. They are the latest in what seems to be a never-ending line of small Basque clubs to reach Segunda B. 423 palabras más

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Barakaldo - Campo de Lasesarre

On the bank of the Rio Galindo, just a few miles north west of central Bilbao, sits the distinctive home of Barakaldo Club de Futbol. The new Campo de Lasesarre opened in 2003 and occupies a site some 100 metres from the club’s old Lasesarre ground, which they vacated in 2000. 680 palabras más

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Vitoria - Mendizorroza

For a club that goes by the nickname of El Glorioso, Deportivo Alavés seems to have more than its fair share of mediocrity. This historic club from the heart of the Basque country has experienced some dizzying highs since forming in 1921, becoming the darlings of Spanish and European football at the turn of the century. 1.333 palabras más

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