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San Sebastian – Zubieta

One of the unusual aspects of many European leagues to the casual British fan, is the presence of reserve teams from some of the bigger clubs. 444 palabras más

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Gijón – Escuela de Fútbol de Mareo

With a couple obvious exceptions, following reserve team football in Spain can be a lonely experience and the preserve of a few dedicated souls. Take for example Real Sporting de Gijón B, who play the majority of their fixtures in front of barely a hundred supporters. 427 palabras más

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Getxo – Nuevo Gobela

Arenas Club de Getxo is etched into the history of Spanish football. You may wonder what this little club from the distinctly middle class district in northern Bilbao has done to earn such recognition? 1.636 palabras más

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Estella-Lizarra – Estadio Merkatondoa

Club Deportivo Izarra hail from the western region of Navarra and the small town of Estella-Lizarra. Founded in 1924 as Izarra Beti Aurrera. Franco’s insistence on club’s having names of Spanish origin, put pay to that, and the club adopted its present title in 1941. 255 palabras más

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Gernika – Urbieta

Gernika will forever be associated with the terrible atrocities of one day in April 1937 and Picasso’s striking depiction of the horror of that Luftwaffe bombing raid. 606 palabras más

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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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