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Club Deportivo Mirandés, commonly referred to as Mirandés, is a Spanish professional football club in Castilla y León, Spain. The club competes in the Segunda División, the second tier of Spanish football.

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CD Mirandés Youth Development System

The Mirandés Academy is composed of numerous teams that make up the Club’s grassroots football. The lower categories include Juvenil, Cadete, Infantil, Alevín, and Benjamín, in which the young footballers grow as players and people, with the support of the group of coaches who prioritize the development of the player, without obviating the competitive aspect. To learn more about Mirandés soccer school, please click here.

CD Mirandés Recruitment Trials

At the time of this writing, there are no official publications on CD Mirandés 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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CD Mirandés History

The history of Mirandés can be traced back to the early years of the 20th century. Its forerunner clubs include El Deportivo Mirandés (1917), Sporting Club Mirandés (1919), and Deportivo SC (1919), as well as Miranda Unión Club (1922). Club Deportivo was officially established on May 3, 1927, and it played its first game on June 4, 1927, in the Saint John of the Mountain Festival, against Arabarra. The team won its first game thanks to a goal scored by Fidel Angulo, and Arturo Garca del Rio served as the club’s first president. The initial capital of the organization consisted of 666 shares, each of which was valued at 15 pesetas.

With the exception of three seasons played in the regional leagues, Mirandés spent the entirety of its existence playing in the Tercera División. This lasted from 1944 to 1977. On September 24, 1944, the club made its debut in the Tercera división, playing a match against Vasconia from San Sebastián. The match ended in a 2–2 tie.

One of the most successful seasons for Mirandés during these years was the 1957–1958 one. That year, the club finished in second place in the Tercera división. Andrés Espallargas was the president of the club at the time, and Juan Malón was the head coach.

In the 1977–78 season, Mirandés moved to the newly founded Segunda División B, where they remained for the next five years. During that time, they were twice eliminated in the promotion playoffs. The squad suffered a defeat at home in the Copa del Rey match against Mario Kempes and Valencia on 28 December 1977, receiving a score of 2–4; Miguel angel Portugal, who would later play for Real Madrid and coach in La Liga, was a member of the team during this decade.

Mirandés was one of the individuals that established the La Rioja Football Federation in the year 1986. After another three years, the club took home its first major honor when Juan Manuel Lillo, then 23 years old and serving as manager, led the squad to victory in the fourth-level championship. After that, the club spent the next few seasons moving back and forth between divisions three and four, while also making the occasional trip up to the regional levels (two seasons).

Following two campaigns in which the club ended the regular season on top of the table but was eliminated in the playoffs, Mirandés was demoted to the third division for the 2008–09 season. This came after two campaigns in which the club finished the regular season on top of the table. The crucial encounter was won by the squad with a score of 3–2 against Jerez Industrial at home (4–2 on aggregate).

In the league season of 2011–12, Mirandés began the season by going 833 minutes without allowing an opponent to score a goal until suffering its first defeat in the 18th game of the season.

After defeating top-tier teams such as Villarreal, Racing Santander, and Espanyol in the domestic cup competition this season, the club advanced to the semi-finals, making them the first third-tier team to do so since Figueres in the 2001–02 edition. They did so by advancing to the semi-finals by eliminating those teams. Both goals were scored by Athletic Bilbao. After claiming victory in the playoffs against Atlético Baleares, the club earned promotion to the Segunda División for the very first time in its history at the conclusion of that season. They finished the 2012–13 season in 15th place out of 22 clubs in the Segunda División, which allowed them to keep their spot in the division. In the 2015–16 season, Mirandés had another credible cup run, as they eliminated top-division opponents Malaga and Deportivo La Corua before succumbing to Sevilla in the quarter-finals of the competition.

After competing in the second division for the previous five seasons, Mirandés was demoted to the third level at the conclusion of the 2016–17 season. After defeating Cornella in the championship game on March 28, 2019, Mirandés was crowned the winner of the Copa Federación for the 2018–19 campaign. The team finished third in Segunda División B, Group 2 in the 2018–19 season and was again promoted to the Segunda División in the playoffs, ironically prevailing against Atlético Baleares once more.

Mirandés advanced to the semi-finals of the 2019–20 Copa del Rey after claiming a 4–2 victory against Villarreal on February 5, 2020. They had previously prevailed over two other La Liga teams, Celta Vigo and Sevilla, but their run was stopped by Real Sociedad, who went on to win the competition.

CD Mirandés Stadium

Estadio Municipal de Anduva is a stadium in Miranda de Ebro, Spain. It first opened its doors on January 22, 1950, and can accommodate a total of 5,759 spectators. CD Mirandés, who play in the Segunda División, calls this stadium their home. On the 22nd of December in 1949, the stadium hosted its first ever sporting event. It had been one month since the stadium had been officially opened for business.

It also hosted various athletic events, the most notable of which being a friendly match between Spain and Poland with players under the age of 21 on February 28, 2006. The new southern stand of the stadium was built with funding contributed by the City Council in the amount of 417 thousand euros on September 2, 2010.

The most recent enhancement was the construction of an entirely new “General” stand that features 3,250 seats and was opened on July 23, 2015.