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Girona FC

  • Location: Girona, Spain
  • Stadium: Estadi Montilivi
  • Coach: Míchel (Miguel Ángel Sánchez Muñoz)
  • La Liga Titles: 0

Current Squad / Roster


Spanish Second Tier Champion: 2007-2008

Spanish Third Tier Champion: 1933-1934, 1947-1948, 1954-1955, 1988-1989, and 2005-2006

General Statistics 2022-2023

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Team History

Founded in 1930, Girona FC is the least experienced La Liga club in 2022. Owned primarily by City Football Group, Marcelo Claure, and supporters (Girona Football Group), the team plays out of the 11,810-seat Estadi Montilivi in Girona, Catalonia.

Girona began play in the Tercera División in 1933-34 and has since spent most of its history in the third tier of Spanish football competition. It won the Segunda División table in 1935-36, but finished second from the bottom in the playoff to advance to La Liga. Little did the club – or its supporters – know at the time that it would take nearly 80 years to finally earn a spot on the La Liga schedule.

Girona finally advanced to La Liga in 2017-18 after finishing second in the Segunda División and winning a playoff. It finished a surprising 10th place in La Liga standings the following season but ranked 18th in 2018-19 and was again relegated to the Segunda División.

Girona FC will play its third season in La Liga in 2022-23 after finishing sixth in the Segunda División last season. It defeated Tenerife in the promotion playoffs.

Girona FC – Historical Events

Obviously, the 2017-18 season was a historical one for Girona betting. The club played in La Liga for the first time ever and finished a respectable 10th place, ahead of more established clubs like Levante, Espanyol, Real Sociedad, and Athletic Bilbao.

Girona scored one of its most memorable victories to date on October 27, 2019, when it defeated Real Madrid 2-1.

Girona Records

  • Most Appearances: Álex Granell (232)

  • Most Goals: Cristhian Stuani (106)

  • Largest Victory: 6-0 vs. UD Las Palmas (2017-18)

  • Most Goals in a Single Game: 6 vs. UD Las Palmas (2017-18)


More about Girona FC

Obviously, Girona has yet to win the La Liga title, and it seems unlikely 2022-23 will be the year. It has had success at lower levels, however.

Girona betting won the Segunda Division B in 2007-08 and won the Tercera Division five times (1933-34, 1947-48, 1954-55, 1988-89, and 2005-06). It won the Supercopa de Catalunya, a tournament for teams in the Catalonia autonomous community, in 2019.

David López (D) from Espanyol 

Yan Couto (D) from Manchester City U23 (loan)

Valentín Castellanos (F) from New York City FC (loan)

Jairo Izquierdo (D) to FC Cartagena

Jordi Calavera (D) to CD Lugo

Álex Gallar (F) to Málaga CF

Miguel Ángel Sánchez Muñoz is the club’s current manager and arguably one of its best ever. He helped Girona advance back to La Liga for only the third time in history.

Pablo Machín was the first manager to guide the club to La Liga and was also manager when the club scored its monumental victory over Real Madrid.

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