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Huesca

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Huesca vs Cartagena FC (21 Aug)

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Xisco

League Position
4

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Established
1960 (62 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
El Alcoraz
(5,500 Capacity)

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Location
Huesca, Aragon

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Competitions
Spanish La Liga 2
Copa del Rey

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Upcoming Events
21 Aug 22 Huesca  -  Cartagena FC
26 Aug 22 Albacete  -  Huesca
04 Sep 22 Huesca  -  UD Ibiza
11 Sep 22 Huesca  -  Malaga
18 Sep 22 Alaves  -  Huesca

Latest Results
12 Aug 22 Levante  0 - 0  Huesca
27 Jul 22 Calahorra  0 - 1  Huesca
23 Jul 22 Osasuna  4 - 3  Huesca
20 Jul 22 Huesca  1 - 1  Osasuna B
29 May 22 Valladolid  3 - 0  Huesca

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Sociedad Deportiva Huesca, S.A.D., is a Spanish football club in Huesca, in the autonomous community of Aragon. Founded on 29 March 1960, SD Huesca plays in the Segunda División, having played in the Spanish top division for the first time in the club's history from the 2018–19 to the 2020–21 season. SD Huesca plays its home games at Estadio El Alcoraz, which seats 7,638 spectators.

Team Members
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Timor




Dani
Escriche
#10



Andrés
Fernández
#1



Álvaro
Fernández
#25



David
Ferreiro
#7



Kento
Hashimoto
(橋本 拳人)

2020-2021

Pablo
Insua




Pablo
Martínez




Florian
Miguel
#3



Joaquín
Muñoz
#11



Kelechi
Nwakali
#8



Javi
Ontiveros




Jorge
Pulido




Sandro
Ramirez
#20



Andrei
Rațiu
#2



Juan
Carlos



Mikel
Rico
#17



David
Timor
#12


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Stadium or Home

Estadio El Alcoraz is the name of SD Huesca's football stadium. It was named after the battle of Alcoraz which took place there in 1096.

It is located next to San Jorge's hill and it has a capacity of approximately 5,734 people.

It was opened on January 16, 1972, since then it has witnessed many social and sport events such as a match between Spain's Under-21 national football team and Greece and a Copa del Rey match in 1991 between SD Huesca and Cádiz CF.

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