CA Osasuna Tryouts & Club Guide: History, Stadium, Players, and More!
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Club Atlético Osasuna, or simply Osasuna, is a Spanish football team based in Pamplona, Navarre, Spain. The club competes in La Liga, the top flight of Spanish football.
CA Osasuna Youth Development System
CA Osasuna B
Club Atlético Osasuna B, usually known as Osasuna Promesas is the reserve team of CA Osasuna, a Spanish football club based in Pamplona, in the autonomous community of Navarre. Founded in 1962, currently plays in Segunda División B – Group 2, holding home matches at the Tajonar Facilities with 4,500-seat capacity.
To learn more about the reserve team, please click here.
CA Osasuna Youth Teams
To learn more about these youth teams, please click here.
CA Osasuna Foundation
CA Osasuna FOOTBALL SCHOOL
Objective: to guarantee the optimal training for grassroots football at the regional level and to achieve a true quality education through sports, at the same time that the values of football and CA Osasuna are expanded.
For more information on football school programs and how to sign up, please click here.
CA Osasuna SOCCER CAMP
The Osasuna Foundation soccer camps are held coinciding with the school holidays of the boys and girls. The entity offers different modalities, adapted to the level and age of each student, as well as different modalities of stay (in the summer ones) and dining room and playroom service for the early risers.
For more information on the soccer camp program and how to sign up, please click here.
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CA Osasuna History
The club was established on October 24, 1920, and it competes in La Liga at the present day. El Sadar Stadium serves as the venue for the team’s home games. The regular home uniform of the team consists of a red shirt and shorts in a navy blue color. Osasuna is the only team from Navarrese to have competed in La Liga at some point.
Despite the fact that the club has never been victorious in a national competition, they did make it all the way to the final of the Copa del Rey in 2005. The best finishes in the league came in 1991 and 2006, when they came in fourth place.
The team is known by its slang name, “Los Rojillos,” which translates to “The Reds.” In Basque, the word “osasuna” can be translated as “health,” but it’s also used to signify “strong” or “vigor.” Osasuna has a long-standing rivalry with Real Zaragoza, Real Madrid, and several Basque clubs, most notably Athletic Bilbao. This competition is fueled by a variety of factors. In a manner comparable to that of other teams in the broader Basque region, Osasuna’s cantera has been responsible for the development of a number of prominent players.
Pamplona, in the autonomous community of Navarre, Spain, is home to a football stadium that was formerly known as Reyno de Navarra from 2005 until 2011. The stadium has a capacity of 23,576 guests. It was constructed in 1967, and currently serves as the headquarters of CA Osasuna. At this time, the majority of the events that take place here include football.
From 1967 until 2005, and then again since 2011, the stadium was named as El Sadar, after a river that is located nearby the stadium. The name “Reyno de Navarra” was given to the stadium by its sponsor, the Government of Navarre, from 2005 until 2011.
This name was spelled with the medieval Spanish spelling “reyno” rather than the modern “reino,” which means “kingdom” and is derived from the word “rey,” which means “king.” This gave the stadium an air of antiquity.
Osasuna is one of only four professional clubs in Spain that is owned by its members and has a president that is elected by those members. Current president of Osasuna is Luis Sabalza.