Sociedad Deportiva Eibar
Sociedad Deportiva Eibar (Eibar Sports Society), founded in 1940, is a football Club that throughout its long history has played in all categories, from regional divisions to First Division. The most important sporting milestones of its history have been the eighteen consecutive years it spent in Second Division (from 1988 to 2006, a record in its category) and its rise during the 2013-2014 season to First Division, where it currently remains. In 2014, it was forced to carry out a capital increase to continue in professional football and reached the figure of 10,000 shareholders in 69 countries thanks to a pioneering marketing campaign that made the Club’s image known worldwide. The first team of Eibar plays its matches at the municipal Ipurua stadium, with a capacity for 6,300 spectators, and trains at the Atxabalpe installations, in Mondragón. It has a women’s team that plays in National Second Division and its youth team structure includes seven men’s teams and two women’s teams, in addition to a Football School.