Sociedad Deportiva Eibar, simply known as Eibar is a Spanish professional football club based in Eibar, Spain. The club competes in the Segunda División, the second tier of Spanish football.
SD Eibar Youth Development System
Club Deportivo Vitoria is a football team based in Vitoria-Gasteiz, in the autonomous community of Basque Country. Founded in 1945, its senior side is currently the farm team of SD Eibar and plays in Tercera División – Group 4, with its ground for home fixtures being the Unbe Sports Complex in Eibar, Gipuzkoa.
SD EIBAR Fundazioa
SD Eibar Academy Teams
The Grassroots Soccer program at SD Eibar has 4 women’s teams and 10 men’s teams, 4 Eskola Soccer groups and 2 inclusive soccer teams, an indispensable part of the Club and the future of its Youth Academy.
Teams include: D. OF HONOR REGIONAL (EIBAR URKO), JUVENILE D. OF NATIONAL HONOR (A), BASQUE LEAGUE YOUTH (B), JUNIOR HONOR (C), CADET BASQUE LEAGUE, MALE HONOR CADET, INFANTIL HONOR, INFANTIL TXIKI, and ALEVÍN.
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Football School SD Eibar
The Futbol Eskola de SD Eibar Fundazioa is much more than a football school. With almost 200 boys and girls, it constitutes the first step prior to our Grassroots Soccer, and a project with an important social and educational face, based on the practice of soccer from the education of human values. The School has an Eskola Soccer Coordinator, Mikel Egaña , [email protected] and a women’s Eskola Soccer coordinator, Alaitz Seoane , [email protected]
To register for the school or to learn more, please click here.
SD Eibar FOOTBALL COACH COURSE
The Training Center, directed by SD Eibar Fundazioa , is located in the North Tribune of the Ipurua Stadium and has two classrooms at the foot of Indalezio Ojanguren street, which represent the materialization of an innovative project that combines sport and education.
Since the 2015-16 academic year, the Training Center has been developing a unique training program at any La Liga stadium. On the one hand, in terms of academic training, it develops an Expert Course in collaboration with the University of the Basque Country . On the other hand, sports training includes the Basic and Advanced Level Soccer Coach Courses taught together with the Gipuzkoana Football Federation .
For more information, questions or queries, contact [email protected]
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SD Eibar History
The club was established on November 30, 1940, and it was promoted to La Liga for the very first time in 2014, making it the highest level of competition in Spanish football at the present time. They also competed in 26 seasons of the Segunda División, which included a stint in the 1950s as well as the majority of the 1990s and 2000s.
However, the majority of their history was spent competing at lower levels. The team plays their home games in the Ipurua Municipal Stadium while wearing uniforms that were inspired by those worn by FC Barcelona. The jerseys are claret and blue, while the shorts are blue. It wasn’t until 2018 that SD Huesca qualified for Spain’s top flight that the club was thought to be the smallest to have ever played in Spain’s top division, and its stadium had the lowest capacity of any La Liga teams’ stadiums.
Despite the fact that Eibar is the only professional team in its city, it competes in a number of Basque derbies against other clubs from the region.
Ipurua Municipal Stadium is a football stadium in Eibar, Spain, that has seating for all spectators and serves as the home ground for SD Eibar, which competes at La Liga, the highest level of competition in the Spanish football system.
The stadium first opened its doors in 1947 and now has a total of 7,083 seats available. Since 1947, Ipurua has served as Eibar’s most important venue for football matches. Before Ipurua became the first enclosed ground, there were a number of open fields that were utilized. On September 14, 1947, it was officially opened with a match between local rivals SD Eibar and CD Elgoibar, which ended in a loss for SD Eibar by a score of 0–2.
In 2014, SD Eibar had to contend with a challenging capital increase that was imposed by the legislation. This rise had the potential to result in the administrative demotion to Second B of a sporting institution that had no deficits and no debts. In spite of this, the Club did not allow itself to be intimidated and instead launched a successful marketing campaign called “Eibar Defendatu – Defend Eibar.” This campaign was able to make headlines in a number of countries around the world because of the impetus that the Eibar story took on social networks.
The Club was finally successful in selling all of its shares in a record amount of time, which enabled it to fulfill the goal of 1.9 million euros required to comply with legal requirements. This crowdfunding campaign was one of the largest in the history of the industry. Since that time, Eibar has grown to include more than 11,130 stockholders from 65 different nations across the globe.
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