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UE Sant Julià is an Andorran professional soccer club based in the parish of Sant Julià de Lòria, Andorra. The club currently plays in the Primera Divisió, the country’s highest soccer league in Andorra.

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UE Sant Julià History

UE Sant Julià is the most prominent football club in the parish of Sant Julià de Lria, which is located in the southern region of Andorra. The team was established in 1982. Since the beginning of the Andorran Premier League in 1995, the club has been competing at the highest level possible throughout its entire history. Since then, UE Sant Julià has been victorious in the Andorran championship on two separate occasions (in 2004–05 and 2008–09) and in the Copa Constitució on five separate occasions (2008, 2010, 2011, 2014, and 2015).

Additionally, the club has participated in a number of events held throughout Europe. During the season 2000–2001, they were knocked out of the Intertoto Cup in the first round by the Lausanne-Sport club from Switzerland (aggregate 1–9). They also took part in the Intertoto Cup in 2002–2003 and played Coleraine from Northern Ireland. At home, they tied 2–2 with them, but when they played them away from home, they were defeated 5–0 and were ousted from the competition. During the 2004–2005 season of the Intertoto Cup, they were defeated at home by the Serbian team, FK Smederevo, by a score of 8–0. They also lost the match in Serbia by a score of 3–0. They were eliminated from the UEFA Cup 2005–06 qualifying competition in the first round by the Romanian team Rapid București (aggregate 0–10).

They were eliminated from the Intertoto Cup by Maribor of Slovenia in the first round in the 2006–07 season (aggregate 0–8). In the first round of the 2007–08 Intertoto Cup, they were eliminated by the Bosnian team Slavija Sarajevo with a score of 3–2 in Andorra and again with a score of 3–2 in Bosnia-Herzegovina. (aggregate 4–6). In the first qualifying round of the UEFA Cup for the 2008–09 season, Sant Julià was matched up against Cherno More of Bulgaria. Overall, they came up short by a score of 0–9.

During the 2009–10 season, Sant Julia were given a Bulgarian opponent once again; this time, it was Levski Sofia, who they would face in the second round of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League. After two matches that ended 1–1 and a penalty shootout, Sant Julia was able to eliminate Tre Fiori of San Marino and go to the championship match against Bulgaria. This was the first time in the history of Andorran football that they were eliminated from competition in a European event.

After a loss by the score of 4-0 in Sofia, Bulgaria, their hopes and ambitions were dashed. Despite this, the squad performed quite well and was able to preserve their goal unblemished throughout the first 49 minutes of their match against the champion of Bulgaria. After two players from Sant Julia were shown red cards, just nine players from Aixovall left the field of play. They were defeated by a score of 0–5 on the return leg at home.

UE Sant Julià competed in the UEFA Europa League second qualifying round in 2010–11 against MYPA and in 2011–12 against Bnei Yehuda, but they were unsuccessful in both matches, suffering a loss by a score of 0–8 on aggregate against the Finnish squad and a loss by a score of 0–4 against the Israeli squad.

UE Sant Julià made their comeback to European tournaments for the 2014–15 season by participating in the first round of the 2014–15 UEFA Europa League. They faced up against the Serbian team ukariki and were ultimately defeated by a score of 0–4 overall. The next season, UE Sant Julià played in the first round of the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League. Unfortunately, they were defeated by the Randers FC club from Denmark, losing the match 0–4 on aggregate.

In the 2017–18 and 2018–19 seasons, UE Sant Julià qualified for European competitions. In the first round of the UEFA Europa League in the 2017–18 season, they faced off against KF Sknderbeu Korc from Albania and lost on aggregate 0–6, and in the following season, they faced off against Gira United from Malta and lost on aggregate 1–4, respectively.

UE Sant Julià Stadium

The matches of the Primera Divisió and Segona Divisió are organized by the Andorran Football Federation and played at the venues that are controlled by the Andorran Football Federation. In addition, the federation is responsible for allocating the stadiums and playing fields that will be used for the training sessions of each team.

Since the 2016–17 season, FC Encamp has been the only team in Encamp to have its very own stadium, which is known as Camp de Futbol d’Encamp and is located in Prada de Moles. Former matches from the Primera Divisió and Segona Divisió were played at the Camp d’Esports d’Aixovall up to the year 2016.