GroundEl Alcoraz
AddressHuesca, Spain
Ground Info 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 7,638 people. The architect Raimundo Bambó was in charge of stadium's design and construction. The cost of his work was covered thanks to the efforts of José Maria Mur, the club's president at that time. He was the one who suggested building a stadium and started the project, which lasted for 4 years. The stadium's cost amounted to approximately 15 million pesetas (about 90,000 euros). It was opened on January 16, 1972 with a match between SD Huesca and Deportivo Aragón. In 1986, with the club drowning debts, the stadium went to auction. About 200 managers and fans of the club joined to form a society that won the auction, thus rescuing the stadium from the bank's embargo. Since then it has witnessed many social and sport events. These include a Copa del Rey match in 1990 between SD Huesca and Cádiz CF, which took place on December 13 and ended in a 0:0 tie followed by the Cádiz CF win by penalty shoot-out in the second game. As well as a match between Spain's Under-21 national football team and Greece, which took place on June 6, 2003, and ended in Spain winning 2:0. In the 2008/2009 season, after the promotion of SD Huesca to Segunda División, there were important enhancements in the stadium: roof building, extension of the central stand, reconstruction of the presidential box, changing rooms, offices, and benches. With the promotion of Huesca to La Liga, the stadium was expanded from less than 5,500 seats to 7,638 seats in 2018 . The stadium underwent an extensive renovation. The changes have affected the stands, VIP guests boxes and spaces, the press room, mixed zone, toilets, bars, and the parking.
HonoursSociedad 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 in the 2018–19 season, followed by another single season in 2020–21. SD Huesca plays its home games at Estadio El Alcoraz, which seats 7,638 spectators.
The city of Huesca is one of the pioneers in the introduction of football in Aragon. In the beginning of the 20th century (1903) the city already had a society named Foot-ball Oscense.

Huesca Fútbol Club was founded in 1910 with Jorge Cajal as the first president. On 10 April 1910 the first formal match was played in the city of Huesca between the teams of the Sertorius Club, formed by high school students, and El Ideal de Magisterio Oscense. The match was organized by Huesca Sport Club.
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Huesca Players List

  Name PositionAgeHeight
1 Álvaro Fernández Goalkeeper 24 186cm
2 Idrissa Doumbia Midfielder 24 187cm
3 Pablo Maffeo Defender 24 172cm
4 Pablo Insua Defender 28 187cm
5 Pedro Mosquera Midfielder 34 184cm
6 Sandro Ramírez Forward 26 175cm
7 David Ferreiro Forward 34 170cm
8 Eugeni Valderrama Midfielder 27 182cm
9 Rafa Mir Forward 24 191cm
10 Sergio Gómez Midfielder 21 171cm
11 Javi Galán Defender 27 172cm
12 Shinji Okazaki Forward 36 175cm
13 Andrés Fernández Goalkeeper 35 185cm
14 Jorge Pulido Defender 31 186cm
15 Javi Ontiveros Forward 24 175cm
16 Luisinho Defender 37 171cm
17 Mikel Rico Midfielder 37 178cm
18 Dimitrios Siovas Defender 33 191cm
19 Pedro López Defender 38 174cm
20 Jaime Seoane Midfielder 25 177cm
21 Juan Carlos Real Midfielder 31 184cm
22 Gastón Silva Defender 28 185cm
23 Dani Escriche Forward 24 178cm
24 Borja García Midfielder 31 175cm
25 Denis Vavro Defender 26 189cm
30 Antonio Valera Goalkeeper 25 191cm