Osasuna Live Streams

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Club Atletico Osasuna, or as they are more commonly known, Osasuna, is a professional Spanish football club based in Pamplona, Navarre. The club is currently competing in La Liga, which is the top division in the Spanish football system and have done so since the 2019/20 campaign.

The club was founded on October 24, 1920 and is nicknamed “Los Rojillos”, which is translated to “The Little Reds”. They play their home matches at El Sadar, which has an all-seater capacity of 23,576, making it the 25th-largest football stadium in the country.

Throughout their history Osasuna have played in each of the top three divisions in Spain, but have become a consistent figure in La Liga since the turn of the century. Since the start of the 2000/01 season, Osasuna have spent just four years outside of the top flight, meaning they have spent more years in the top flight than any other. At their lowest they fell into the fourth tier of Spanish football, although that happened just once back in the 1929/30 season.

Osasuna Honours

Osasuna have never won La Liga during their history, but they do have 11 league titles to their name coming from the lower leagues of Spanish football. They have won promotion to La Liga via winning the Segunda Division title on four separate occasions, doing so in the 1952/53, 1955/56, 1960/61 and 2018/19 seasons. As well as winning the Segunda Division four times, Osasuna have also finished as champions of the Tercera Division a further seven times. They won the third tier in the 1931/32, 1947/48, 1948/49, 1968/69, 1971/72, 1974/75 and 1976/77 seasons.

Their best-ever showing in the Copa del Rey came in 2005 when they made it all the way to the final of the competition. Having defeated the likes of Sevilla and Atletico Madrid to make it to that point, they then faced Real Betis in the final. The game went all the way to extra-time only for Dani to score a 114th minute winner for Betis to break Osasuna hearts.

Osasuna In Europe

Osasuna qualified for the UEFA Champions League qualifying round after they equalled their best-ever finish of fourth in the 2005/06 season. However, they failed to make it to the group stage of the competition after they were eliminated by Bundesliga side Hamburg in the third qualifying round. The aggregate score after two legs read 1-1, but the German side progressed thanks to the away goals rule working in their favour.

The rest of Osasuna’s appearances in European competition have come in the UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League, which is Europe’s secondary club competition behind the Champions League. Their best-ever showing in that competition came in 2006/07 as a direct result of their failure to qualify for the Champions League group stage. A successful run saw Osasuna make it all the way to the semi-finals, only to be defeated 2-1 by Sevilla on aggregate after securing a 1-0 home win. The club haven’t been in Europe since, but came close in the 2011/12 season when they finished just a point behind Levante in the La Liga table to narrowly miss out on a place in the Europa League play-off round.