Burgos CF Tryouts & Club Guide: History, Stadium, Players, and More!

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Burgos Club de F煤tbol, commonly referred to as Burgos CF, is a Spanish professional football club in Castile and Le贸n, Spain. The club competes in the Segunda Divisi贸n, the second tier of Spanish football.

Burgos CF

Burgos CF Youth Development System

Burgos CF has several youth academy teams in its youth development system. These teams include:

  • Burgos CF Juvenil Nacional
  • Plantilla Promesas

Burgos CF Recruitment Trials

At the time of this writing, there are no official publishings on Burgos CF trials. Please come back at a later date while we monitor this club or click here to visit their official youth academy news page for the latest updates.


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Burgos CF History

Gimn谩stica Burgalesa Club de Ftbol was the original name of Burgos CF when it was established in 1922. The club went out of business in 1983 due to severe financial difficulties, and the name of the reserve team, Burgos Promesas, was changed to Real Burgos Club de Ftbol at that time.

The club ceased operations not long after it was demoted from the national top flight in 1993 and was immediately replaced by Burgos CF. The club had previously competed in the national top flight for three seasons.

With F茅lix Arnaiz at the helm as head coach, the brand-new Burgos CF made its debut in the Primera Provincial, the sixth and final tier, in the year 1994. Following two promotions in a row, Arnaiz would play in the Tercera Divisi贸n when his time came. The club earned its first promotion, all the way up to Segunda Divisi贸n B, in the year 1997. After a difficult first season, during which the club narrowly missed being demoted in the competition’s final weeks, Burgos CF began to improve their standings and began qualifying for the promotion play-offs to the Segunda Divisi贸n. After advancing through the play-offs with victories over Sabadell, Ceuta, and Ourense, the club finally accomplished its goal in the year 2001, which was the third time it had attempted to do so.

Burgos would finish 16th in the 2001鈥02 season with Enrique Martn serving as head coach; nevertheless, the team would be demoted to Segunda Divisi贸n B because the club did not convert into a Sociedad An贸nima Deportiva during that season. Burgos had finished the season in 16th place.

After this administrative demotion, Burgos would continue to play in the Segunda Divisi贸n B, coming extremely close to promotion in the 2007 play-offs, when they were defeated by Sevilla Atl茅tico in extra time of the last round. Burgos would continue to play in the Segunda Divisi贸n B. After failing to defeat CF Palencia in the championship round a year later, the team would be demoted to Tercera Divisi贸n, the second-tier league. Both sides were placed in the lower division as a result of the match ending in a tie.

Following their victory in the second leg of the play-offs against UD Lanzarote in 2011 at El Planto, Burgos were promoted to the Tercera Divisi贸n and would remain there for the next three seasons before moving up to the Primera Division. The promotion was followed by a terrible season in the Segunda Divisi贸n B in 2011鈥12, in which the club finished as the least qualified of the Group 1.

Only one year later, Burgos CF won the second leg of the 2013 play-offs against CD El Palo with a score of 3鈥2 and promoted back to the third tier of Spanish soccer.

One month after avoiding the relegation to Tercera Divisi贸n by winning Linares Deportivo in the play-offs, the assembly of Burgos CF approved the conversion of the club into Sociedad An贸nima Deportiva on June 19, 2017, which was 16 years after the first unsuccessful attempt to convert the club 16 years earlier.

This objective would be accomplished by the club on April 6th, 2018.

The affiliation agreement between Burgos CF and CD Nuestra Seora de Bel茅n was signed on June 4th, 2019, and outlines Burgos CF’s responsibilities as the club’s women’s football division.

Burgos won its group in the season 2020鈥21 and earned promotion to the second level after defeating Bilbao Athletic in the promotion play-off finals. This marked the club’s first appearance in the second division in nearly two decades.

Burgos CF Stadium

Estadio Municipal de El Plant铆o is a stadium in Burgos, Spain. It is the current home stadium for Burgos CF, where football (soccer) matches are played, and it is also used for other sporting events. There is space for 12,194 spectators at the stadium. The first stone was laid for the stadium on June 22, 1963, just a few short months after the initial presentation of the proposal.