You Are Browsing ‘New to Segunda B’

Pamplona – Estadio Mutilnova

I have sung the praises of Pamplona’s multi-sports clubs & their facilities on these pages before. Back in 2014, Agrupación San Juan came within a few minutes of completing a league campaign unbeaten. Their subsequent failure to navigate the play-offs may have taken the shine off their season, but there is no doubt that the facilities provided More...

by Chris Clements | Published 12 months ago

By Chris Clements On Wednesday, June 1st, 2016
0 Comments

Mancha Real – La Juventud

The majority of football fans in the North East of Andalcia were glad to see the back of the 2015-16 season. Local Big-wigs, Real Jaén were beset with financial problems that brought into question their very existence, More...

By Chris Clements On Monday, May 30th, 2016
0 Comments

Sagunto – Camp Nou de Morvedre

Twenty miles north of Valencia lies the town of Sagunto, which until 2016, was lost in football’s hinterland. That has now changed thanks to Atlético Saguntino’s promotion to Segunda B. Atlético won More...

By Chris Clements On Monday, May 30th, 2016
0 Comments

Boiro – Campo Municipal de Barraña

Located on the Barbanza peninsula and tucked away on the northern coast of the Ria de Arosa, the community of Boiro (it’s made up of 8 parishes and about 100 villages) appears to be your archetypal footballing More...

ESTADIOS DE ESPAÑA - STADIUMS OF SPAIN