JD Arrate

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Arrate
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Full name Juventus Deportiva Arrate
Founded 1947
Dissolved 2011
Arena Polideportivo Ipurua, Eibar,
Basque Country,
Spain
Capacity 3,500
President Spain Iñaki Bolinaga
Head coach Spain Julian Ruiz
League Liga ASOBAL
2010–11 Liga ASOBAL, 15th
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Juventud Deportiva Arrate was a handball club based in Eibar, Basque Country. Its last ever season was 2010–11 in Liga ASOBAL.

History[edit]

Club names[edit]

  • From 1990 to 1991: Xerox Arrate
  • From 1991 to 2011: JD Arrate

Before 2011–12 season, they were expelled from Liga ASOBAL for falling to meet the economic requirement of Liga ASOBAL.[1][2] Few days after this, Arrate was dissolved by its board members.[3]

Last Squad 2010/11[edit]

 

Statistics 2010/11[edit]

Liga ASOBAL Position Pts P W D L F A
Arrate 14th 14 30 5 4 21 740 877

Stadium information[edit]

Notable former players[edit]

  • Fernando Fernández Urosa,
  • Alexander Bulligan
  • Josemi Marcos Salió
  • Jorge Dueñas
  • Dalibor Čutura
  • Gojko Vučinić
  • Tin Tokić
  • Blaž Vončina
  • Bogdan Petričević
  • Bojan Beljanski
  • Ivan Sever

Notable former coaches[edit]

  • Viktor Debre
  • Francisco Díaz
  • Jordi Ribera Romans

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