Osasuna football club is regarded more often as the mid-table La Liga league team. The club has played successfully 33 seasons in La Liga, 33 seasons in Second Division, 13 seasons in Third Division and one season in Categorias Regionales.
Osasuna football club hasn’t won any major title but still they have many golden moments in the history of club’s football which impressed all of us. Osauna football club has participated in 4 UEFA Cup competitions and once finshed as Runners-up in 2004-05 season of Spanish Cup.
CA Osasuna achieved the first status of playing in the UEFA Cup in 1985-86 season, losing to KSV Waregem football club in second round on aggregate 3-2 score.
In 1991-92 season, Osasuna showed a great performance in the UEFA Cup and reached the round of 16 (knock-out round) where they unfortunately lose to AFC Ajax football club on aggregate 2-0 score.
Again in 1995-96 season, Osasuna qualified for the UEFA Cup but unfortunately couldn’t make through to round 2 and lose 3-1 on aggregate to Stade Rennais football club.
2006-07 season was regarded as best one for CA Osasuna, as they reached the semi-finals of UEFA Cup but unfortunately could not make it happen either this time to lift the first trophy ever and lose to Sevilla FC on aggregate 2-1 score.
- Spanish Cup: Runners-up 2004/05
- 4 UEFA Cup participations
- 33 seasons in La Liga
- 33 seasons in Second Division
- 13 seasons in Third Division
- 1 season in Categorias Regionales
Club Atletico Osasuna, commonly known as Osasuna, is a Spanish professional international league club, located in Irunea-Pamplona, Navarre, Spain. The club plays in the Spanish top-flight (La Liga) and regarded as average league side mostly played in the Top-Division and Second Division. Osasuna plays home games at “Estadio Reyno de Navarra” stadium, capacity of 19,600 spectators.
CA Osasuna well known as the “Los Rojillos” and “Gorritxoak” (the little red ones), plays home games in red jersey with navy blue shorts, and away games in Navy blue jersey with Orange shorts.
The club was officially founded in 1920 after the merger of two different clubs, Sportiva and New Club, creating thus a new club named Osasuna.
The club made their first appearance in the second Divison in 1932 and after just three years later they marked their first presence in the La-Liga. In 1985-86, Osasuna achieved their first honor to enter the UEFA Cup competition after finishing sixth on the La Liga table.
90’s was the golden period for CA Osasuna, as they showed an execellent UEFA Cup performance in 1991-92 season. But relegated to the second division in 1994-95 season, the team spent next five years in second division till 1999-00. Since then the club is performing regularly in the top-division mostly finishing below the mid-table in the La Liga show.
Osasuna football club is currently lying on 12th position in the La Liga 2010-11 season with 32 points in 28 fixtures. Osasuna has successfully played 33 seasons in La Liga, 33 seasons in Second Division, 13 seasons in Third Division and one season in Categorias Regionales.
Osasuna chairman, Patxi Izco is hoping to do much better with manager, Jose Luis Mendilibar in the future football of club, signing new players to lift the team up in the top four position to qualify for the UEFA and winning the major trophies.
Real Zaragoza S.A.D. are one of those Spanish professional league clubs which could surprise you with the biggest up-sets on the field against any European side. They play great football with great techniques. They had a long football history with many historic moments which throw the sufficient light to prove them as one of the best teams in Spain.
Real Zaragoza football club won the first title for club in 1963/64 season by winning the Copa del Rey trophy. The very next season, the club won the same title for two consecutive years and repeated in 1985-86, 1993-94, 2000-01, and 2003-04 seasons.
The club has spent most of its time in the Spanish top-flight, playing 56 seasons in La Liga, while 16 seasons in Second Division and 4 seasons in Third Division.
Real Zaragoza football club is more often regarded as the Spanish mid-table league team and has an honor winning the major trophies like UEFA Cup Winners’s Cup back in 1994-95 season.
- Copa del Rey: 6 (1963/64, 1965/66, 1985/86, 1993/94, 2000/01, 2003/04)
- Spanish Supercup: 1 (2004)
- Inter-Cities Fairs Cup: 1 (1963/64)
- UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup: 1 (1994/95)
- Segunda Division: 1 (1977/78)
- 56 seasons in La Liga
- 16 seasons in Segunda Division
- 4 seasons in Tercera Division
Best League position: 2nd (74/75 season)
Worst place in the league: 20th (season 01/02)
Overall La Liga historical classification: 9th
- Most matches: Aguado (473), Violeta (471), Juan Manuel Villa (382)
- Most minutes: Aguado (33,480), Violeta (29,042), Senor (26,984)
- Most goals all time: Marcello (117), Murillo (113), Pichi Alonso (112)
- Most goals in a season: Ewerthon (28), Seminario (25)
- Foreign players with most appearances: Gustavo Povet (239)
- Highest red cards: Aguado (18), Cuartero (8), Belsue (6)
Honours as a Player
- Pichichi Trophy
- Juan Seminario: 24 goals (1961/62)
Real Zaragoza S.A.D. is a Spanish international league football team, located in Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain. The club was founded on March 18, 1932 and plays in the Spanish top League (La Liga). The club plays home games at “La Romareda” stadium, having capacity of 35,000 people.
Real Zaragoza S.A.D., well known as the “Blanquillos” and “Manos”, plays home games in white jersey with royal blue shorts, and black and yellow away kits.
Real Zaragoza football club has a strong history playing most of the football years in the Spanish top-division. They are Spain’s 9th highest ranked team in overall league points, and ranked 6th overall for cup wins.
The today Real Zaragoza football team was originally a found of two rival teams, Iberia SC and Real Zaragoza CD. By the 1930, the team was doing well in La Liga but the Civil War put a break on their progress.
The club has successfully played 56 seasons in La Liga, 16 in Second Division and 4 seasons in third Division, including 4 appearances in UEFA Championship. 1960’s was the golden era for Real Zaragoza. Though they failed to win their ever league title (La Liga) yet they did succeed in finishing in the top 5 every year from the 1960-61 season up until the 1968-69 season. In 1963-64 and 1965-66 season they also won their two Copa del Rey trophies and repeated in the later years of 1985-86, 1993-94, 2000-01 and 2003-04 season. In 60s, the club also won the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.
Real Zaragoza football club is regarded as one of the strongest Spanish league team, mostly played in mid-table position of top division. But unfortunately this season they are just hanging on the 15th position on the La Liga 2010-11 table and four points away from the relegation zone and Almeria football club.