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
Deportivo La Coruna is a Spanish international football league club based in the city of A Coruna, Galicia, Spain. The club was founded in 1906 and Luis Cornide was the first president of Deportivo de La Coruna Football Club. DLC is a La Liga (1st Division) league team and plays home games at “Riazor” stadium, having capacity of 35,000 spectators.
Deportivo La Coruna football club, well known as the “ Depor”, “Los Turcos”, “Branquiazuis (The Blues and Whites) and “SuperDepor”, plays home games in the Blue and White stripe jersey with Blue shorts, and uses black jersey with black shorts for away games.
Deportivo La Coruna won the first La Liga title in 1999-00 season and finished five times as runners-up on the other occasions. Depor has also won the Spanish League title twice in 1995 and 2002, and three Spanish Super Cups. The Branquiazuis have been a regular on the Top positions in La Liga in the last 20 years and so. The club is a regular participant in the European Championships, playing UEFA Champions League five seasons in a row, reaching the semis in 2004.
The “SuperDepor” is regarded as one of the most favorite teams in Europe and continues threat to any Spanish Rivalries and even to any European giants. They have a strong history in playing superb football over the years. Deportivo de La Coruna football club has played 40 seasons in Primera Division, 37 in Second Division, 1 in Second Division B, and once in Third Division, including 5 appearances in UEFA Champions League, 5 in UEFA Cup, 1 in UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and 2 appearances in Intertoto Cup.
The chairman, Augusto Cesar Lendoiro, and the manager, Migual Angel Lotina has really worked hard for the side to become as one of the best sides in Europe.
Hercules Club de Football has a long history filled with many great moments, data, joys and sorrows. The Hercules football team is regarded as one of the top Spanish sides of Second Division. The club has promoted to the top division (La Liga) 2010-11 season after 13 years of long journey spent in the Second Division and Second B Division.
1970’s and 80s is regarded as the most successful season in the football history of Hercules CF, playing 10 years of spell in the top flight. The club has successfully played 20 seasons in the La Liga, 40 seasons in Second Division, 11 seasons in Second Division B and 7 seasons in the Third Division.
- Segunda Champions – 1935-36, 1965-66, 1995-96
- 20 seasons in La Liga
- 40 seasons in Second Division
- 11 seasons in Second Division B
- 7 seasons in Third Division
- Highest score achieved in First Division Hercules 6-Celta 1 (Season 1939-40)
- Embedded biggest win First Division: Atletico Madrid football club 9- Hercules 0 (Season 1955-56)
- Best place in the League (First Division): 5th (Season 74-75)
- Worst in the League (First Division): 21 (Season 96-97)
- Top scorer in its history: Eduardo Rodriguez, with 36 goals in a season. (Season 1992-93)
- More matches: Giuliano
- Most seasons wearing the blue and white shirt: Macia
- Most important president in the history Hercules football history: Don Jose Rico Perez
- Coaches in its history: Arsenio Iglesias, Juan Carlos Mandi, Manolo Jimenez, Quique Hernandez, EstebanViso
Ronaldo was born on 22 September 1976 into a humble family in the Rio de Janeiro suburb of Bento Ribeiro under the name Luis Nazario de Lima. Driven by his childhood hero Zico, the youngster enters football early in his life. Nazario gets his big break at the age of 17 when he is called up by Brazil’s senior national team. He performs well and is selected for his country’s World cup squad. Because of his tender age, the young Ronaldo is kept as a substitute and watches on as his team wins the 1994 World Cup. Ronaldo’s international appearances help him get noticed by European club PSV Eindhoven. He moves to PSV and instantly becomes top scorer of the Dutch league.
He has graced the world’s best national football team, not to mention several of its leading sides with his unique talents; he has served as a peace ambassador for the United Nations. At 32, Ronaldo has become one of the biggest celebrities in the world.
Overall, in two seasons in Holland he totaled a breathtaking 66 goals from 71 appearances. It did not go unnoticed elsewhere, and in the summer of 1996 he was signed by Spanish giants, Barcelona. During his one season with Barca, Ronaldo won the Spanish Super Cup, the Spanish Cup and the European Cup Winner’s Cup. Ronaldo scored 49 times in 68 games for Inter, and helped them to win the UEFA Cup in 1988. During the 1997/98 season he set a new benchmark for strikers in Italy, finishing the campaign with the best goal-per-game average in the history of Serie A.
In 2006, Ronaldo traveled to his fourth consecutive World Cup finals with Brazil, knowing that he stood just two goals away from equaling Gerd Muller’s record of 14 goals in the tournament. In 2007, Ronaldo returned to Italy once more, this time to sign for AC Milan, in the hope that he might rekindle the success that led the Italian media to label him Fenomeno.