Eibar Score
Spanish La Liga 2
Eibar
Alaves 1
0
0
D
Spanish Copa Del Rey
Las Rozas 1
Eibar 1
0
3
W
Spanish La Liga 2
Las Palmas 2
Eibar 1
1
1
D
Eibar 4
CD Lugo 3
1
0
W
Malaga 1
Eibar 2
0
1
W
Eibar 4
Albacete 3
1
1
D
Sporting Gijon 1
Eibar 1
2
0
L
Ibiza Eivissa 1 3
Eibar 2
1
2
W
Eibar 2
Mirandes 1
0
0
D
Real Zaragoza 2
Eibar 2 8
0
0
D
Eibar 1
Racing Santander 3
2
1
W
Andorra CF 2
Eibar 3
2
0
L
Eibar 2
Granada CF 1
4
0
W
Leganes 4
Eibar 1 2
2
1
L
Eibar 4
Ponferradina 3
1
0
W
Villarreal B 1 7
Eibar 1 7
2
2
D
Eibar 4
Tenerife 2
2
1
W
International Club Friendly
Real Sociedad 2
Eibar 1
1
2
W
Eibar
UD Logrones
2
1
W
SD Huesca 2
Eibar 1
1
3
W
Eibar 1
SD Amorebieta
5
2
W
Eibar Fixtures
Spanish La Liga 2
Burgos CF
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SD Huesca
FC Cartagena
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Eibar Player
# Name Position
6
Sergio Alvarez Diaz Central Midfield
8
Matheus Pereira da Silva Central Midfield
14
Javier Munoz Jimenez Central Midfield
1
Ander Cantero Goalkeeper
13
Yoel Rodriguez Oterino Goalkeeper
25
Luca Zidane Goalkeeper
27
Oscar Carrasco Sojo Midfielder
17
Jose Corpas Right Winger
11
Yanis Rahmani Left Winger
21
Alvaro Vadillo Cifuentes Left Winger
10
Ager Aketxe Barrutia Attacking Midfield
22
Peru Nolaskoain Esnal Defensive Midfield
4
Roberto Antonio Correa Silva Right Back
15
Alvaro Tejero Sacristan Right Back
16
Jose Rios Reina Left Back
30
Imanol Garcia de Albeniz Left Back
2
Jose Manuel Rodriguez Benito,Chema Centre Back
3
Frederico Andre Ferrao Venancio Centre Back
5
Juan Berrocal Centre Back
23
Anaitz Arbilla Zabala Centre Back
7
Enrique Gonzalez Casin,Quique Centre Forward
9
Gustavo Blanco Leschuk Centre Forward
18
Jon Bautista Centre Forward
19
Stoichkov Centre Forward
 
Patxi Ferreira Assistant Coach
 
Gaizka Garitano Aguirre Coach
About Eibar
Eibar logo
  • Name: Eibar
  • City: Eibar
  • Home Stadium: Ipurua
  • Established Date: 1940-11-30
  • Coach: Gaizka Garitano Aguirre
Eibar,founded on 30 November 1940, the team currently plays in La Liga, having been promoted to the top tier of Spanish football for the first time in 2014. They also participated in 26 Segunda División seasons (a spell in the 1950s, and most of the 1990s and 2000s), spending the rest of their history competing at lower levels.