Real Sociedad (women)

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Real Sociedad
Full name Real Sociedad de Fútbol, S.A.D.
Nickname(s) Txuri-urdin (white-blue)
La Real
Founded 2004
Ground Instalaciones Zubieta,
San Sebastián, Basque Country, Spain
Ground Capacity 2,000
Chairman Spain Jokin Aperribay
Manager Spain Unai Gazpio Guesalaga
League Primera División (women)
2014-15 Primera División, 11th

Real Sociedad Femenino is the women's football section of Real Sociedad de Fútbol. Founded in 2004 they reached the Spanish league's top division two years later, and have played there since, performing consistently as a mid-table team. Their biggest success so far was qualifying for the 2011 Copa de la Reina's Final Four.

Season Division Place Copa de la Reina
2005-06 (Gr. 1) 1st
2006-07 9th
2007-08 10th
2008-09 10th
2009-10 7th 1st Round
2010-11 8th Semifinals
2011-12 7th
2012-13 10th
2013-14 7th Quarterfinals

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Spain GK Cristina Cornejo
13 Spain GK Mª Asunción Quiñones
4 Spain DF Ane Bergara
2 Spain DF Nerea Gabirondo
6 Spain DF Itziar Gastearena
5 Spain DF Ainara Manterola
9 Spain DF Sandra Ramajo
3 Spain DF Ainhoa Vicente
21 Spain MF Marina Agoües
14 Spain MF Leire Baños
No. Position Player
19 Spain MF María Díaz Cirauqui
20 Spain MF Aintzane Encinas
15 Spain MF Leyre Fernández
17 Spain MF Uxue Garmendia
18 Spain MF Cristina Pizarro
8 Spain MF Itxaso Uriarte
16 Spain FW Idoia Agirre
7 Spain FW Nahikari García
11 Spain FW Eguzkiñe Peña
10 Spain FW Maialen Zelaia

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