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Zaragoza – Campo de Fútbol La Almozara-El Carmen

Imagine my delight when a club from one of Europe’s great cities, that wears its blue & white quartered shirts with pride, won promotion via the play-offs. No, not Bristol Rovers (Although I was pretty ecstatic when they went up!). I am talking about Club Deportivo Ebro. A small team from Zaragoza that play on the banks of the river from More...

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By Chris Clements On Sunday, December 23rd, 2012
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Zaragoza – Campo de Torrero

The citizens of Zaragoza and for that matter, other parts of Aragon, took their time to fully come to terms with football. Organised competitions did not truly get under way until 1915, a good decade or so later More...

By Chris Clements On Friday, July 20th, 2012
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Barbastro – Municipal de Deportes

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By Chris Clements On Tuesday, February 14th, 2012
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Zaragoza – Ciudad Deportiva

The 2011-12 season may well go down in the annuls of Real Zaragoza as one of its most traumatic campaigns. Whilst the first team miraculously extracted itself from certain relegation from La Primera, the reserves More...

By Chris Clements On Sunday, February 12th, 2012
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Sariñena – Campo de El Carmen

Blink and you might miss the small market town of Sariñena. You’ll find it in the north of the region of Aragon, around 50 miles east of Zaragoza and 30 miles south of Huesca. The local club is Club More...

By Chris Clements On Saturday, September 24th, 2011
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Teruel – Campo de Fútbol de La Pinilla

Whilst football has been played in Teruel since 1917, this regional capital did not have an organised championship until 1931. Many of the clubs who competed in those early years did not reappear after the Civil More...

By Chris Clements On Thursday, July 28th, 2011
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Zaragoza – La Romareda

As you cross the Rio Ebro and head south along the wide avenidas towards its centre, the city of Zaragoza treats you to some magnificent sites. Its graceful fusion of Moorish, medieval and more recent styles of More...

By Chris Clements On Wednesday, July 6th, 2011
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Huesca – Estadio El Alcoraz

Huesca may be Aragón’s second city, but until recently it was not home to Aragón’s second team. In fairness, Real Zaragoza dominate all things football in this region and next best has often been a More...

By Chris Clements On Wednesday, May 25th, 2011
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Ejea de los Caballeros – Nuevo Estadio Municipal

Following hot on the heals of the new stadium in Binéfar and Andorra CF’s complete revamp of their Estadio Juan Antonio Endeiza came this offering in Ejea. This bright new stadium replaced the old Campo de More...

By Chris Clements On Wednesday, May 18th, 2011
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Binéfar – Los Olmos

This is another great example of a club being revitalised by moving to a new stadium. Club Deportivo Binéfar used to play to the west of the town at their shabby El Segalar stadium. They had some good times at More...

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