Sociedad Deportiva Huesca is a Spanish football club in Huesca, in the autonomous community of Aragon, Spain. The club competes in the Segunda División, the second tier of Spanish football.
SD Huesca Youth Development System
SD Huesca B
Sociedad Deportiva Huesca “B” is a Spanish football team based in Huesca, in the autonomous community of Aragon. The reserve team of SD Huesca was initially founded in 1950, and plays in Tercera División – Group 17, holding home matches at Complejo Deportivo San Jorge.
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SD Huesca Academy
The Sociedad Deportiva Huesca has an important responsibility in the lower categories with several important points: sports, educational and teaching training. The young players who are part of the quarry belong to an entity that ensures education and teaching as starting points for the development of sports activity. Values that SD Huesca transmits from the base so that our young people are trained in all areas of life.
There are a total of 13 youth teams in the academy. These teams include: Juvenil A, Juvenil B, Cadet A, Cadet B, Infantil A, Infantil B, Infantil C, Alevin A, Alevin B, Alevin C, Benjamin A, Benjamin B, Benjamin C.
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SD Huesca History
In 1910, the Huesca Football Club was established, and Jorge Cajal served as the club’s first president. The teams of the Sertorius Club, which was created by high school students, and El Ideal de Magisterio Oscense competed in the first official match ever played in the city of Huesca on April 10, 1910. El Ideal de Magisterio Oscense won the match. Huesca Sport Club was the one responsible for putting on the contest. The 2018–19 season marked the first time in the club’s history that SD Huesca competed in Spain’s top league, known as La Liga. SD Huesca is currently competing in La Liga.
Estadio El Alcoraz is the name of the football stadium that is used by SD Huesca. The battle of Alcoraz, which took place there in 1096, is the inspiration for the area’s name.
It is situated close to the hill of San Jorge, and it can accommodate a total of 7,638 individuals. The architect Raimundo Bambó was in charge of designing and constructing the stadium from start to finish. The efforts of José Maria Mur, who was serving as president of the club at the time, allowed for the costs associated with his labor to be met. It was his idea to construct a stadium, and he was the one who kicked off the construction of it, which took a total of four years. It is estimated that around 15 million pesetas were spent on the stadium (about 90,000 euros).
The Alcoraz Foundation is an organization that operates on a not-for-profit basis. It was founded in 2007 in the city of Huesca, and it has had deep roots in SD Huesca ever since its inception, serving as the majority shareholder of the organization in question ever since its constitution as a Sports Limited Company in 2009.
It is their goal to cultivate a work that is charitable and welcoming, with an unwavering devotion to the culture, community, and athletics of the Alto Aragon region. The Alcoraz Foundation was established with the goal of advancing the principles embodied in the SD Huesca slogan, which reads “Always faithful, without rebelling.” This was the impetus behind the foundation’s establishment.