Espanyol

Sport Soccer
Country Spain Spain
Home town Barcelona
Founding year 1900
Leagues La Liga
Website rcdespanyol...

RCD Espanyol de Barcelona are a Spanish football club based in the historic Catalan city of Barcelona. They are generally considered as the second team of Barcelona after FC Barcelona. They play their home matches at the 55,926 capacity Olimpic Lluis Companys but shall move into a new stadium from next season.

Angel Rogriguez, who was then an engineering student at the University of Barcelona, founded Espanyol on October 28, 1900. The club was initially christened as Sociedad Espanola de Football and was the first club in Spain to be formed exclusively by fans.

In 1909 the club changed its name to Club Deportivo Espanol and in 1910, the club altered its name to Club Espanol de Futbol. In 1912 the club was granted the title of Real (or Royal) by King Alfonso XIII.

In 1928 Espanyol became a founding member of La Liga and the very next year they won the Copa del Rey. They would go on to win the Spanish Cup three more times in the history but haven’t won La Liga so far. In spite of this, Espanyol are the sixth most successful club in the history of Spanish football.

Espanyol bear the nicknames Periquitos(Parakeets) and Blanquiazules(White and Blues). They are currently coached by Ernesto Valverde and chaired by Daniel Sanchez Llibre.


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Russell Hughes

Russell Hughes bet 50 credits @ 1.19 on Real Madrid to win against Espanyol -

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Match Results

FC Barcelona

FC Barcelona played a game against Espanyol that ended in a draw (2 - 2) La Liga -

CD Leganés

CD Leganés won a game against Espanyol (2 - 0) in the La Liga -

Real Betis

Real Betis played a game against Espanyol that ended in a draw (2 - 2) La Liga -

Real Madrid

Real Madrid won a game against Espanyol (2 - 0) in the La Liga -

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Team Roster

Name Position
Enzo Pablo Andía Roco defender
Eric Bertrand Bailly defender
Fernando Calero Villa defender
Sebastien Corchia defender
Óscar Esau Duarte Gaitán defender
Rubén Duarte Sánchez defender
Bernardo José Espinosa Zúñiga defender
Cristian Galas Nebot defender
David Garcia defender
Adrià Giner Pedrosa defender
Iago Indias Fernández defender
Lluis López Mármol defender
Aaron Martín Caricol defender
Marc Navarro Ceciliano defender
Naldo Perreira defender
Manel Royo Castell defender
Víctor Ruíz Torre defender
Aarón Alexis Sandoval Ulibarri defender
Dídac Vilá Rosselló defender
Jonathan Calleri forward
Víctor Campuzano Bonilla forward
Adrián Dalmau Vaquer forward
Raúl de Tomás Gómez forward
Carlos Doncel Ordoñez forward
Facundo Ferreyra forward
Jorge Franco Alviz forward
Sergio Garcia forward
Rubén Herraiz Alcaraz forward
Gerard Moreno Balaguero forward
Javier Puado Díaz forward
Christian Stuani forward
Carlos Kameni goalkeeper
Adrián López Garrote goalkeeper
Andrés Tomás Prieto Albert goalkeeper
Diego Lopez Rodriguez goalkeeper
Victor Guillermo Alvarez Delgado midfielder
Víctor Manuel Armero Galindo midfielder
Gonzalo Ávila Gordon midfielder
Marc Caballé Naranjo midfielder
José Alberto Cañas midfielder
Sergi Darder Moll midfielder
Alejandro Fernandez Iglesias midfielder
Cristian Gómez García midfielder
Abraham González Casanova midfielder
Esteban Granero midfielder
Ander Iturraspe Derteano midfielder
Manuel Lanzarote Bruno midfielder
Alejandro López Moreno midfielder
Javier López Rodriguez midfielder
David López Silva midfielder
Pol Lozano Vizuete midfielder
Óscar Melendo Jiménez midfielder
Hernán Arsenio Pérez González midfielder
Pablo Daniel Piatti midfielder
Marc Roca Junqué midfielder
José Antonio Ruiz López midfielder
Víctor Sánchez Mata midfielder
Pau Senent Calenco midfielder
Juan Francisco Torres midfielder
Matías Ezequiel Vargas Martín midfielder
Alis Vidal midfielder
Vladimír Weiss midfielder
Lei Wu midfielder

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