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FC Andorra

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FC Andorra vs Algeciras CF (29 Jan)

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Eder Sarabia Armesto

League Position
3

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Established
1942 (80 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Estadi Nacional
(3,306 Capacity)

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Location
Andorra la Vella, Andorra

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Competitions
Spanish Primera RFEF Group 2
Copa del Rey

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Upcoming Events
29 Jan 22 FC Andorra  -  Algeciras CF
06 Feb 22 San Fernando  -  FC Andorra
13 Feb 22 FC Andorra  -  Villarreal B
20 Feb 22 Linares Deportivo  -  FC Andorra
26 Feb 22 FC Andorra  -  Sevilla Atletico

Latest Results
26 Jan 22 Gimnastic  0 - 3  FC Andorra
22 Jan 22 FC Andorra  0 - 0  Llagostera
08 Jan 22 Real Madrid  3 - 1  FC Andorra
18 Dec 21 FC Andorra  2 - 0  Atlético Sanluqueño
14 Dec 21 FC Andorra  1 - 2  Celta Vigo

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Futbol Club Andorra is a football club based in Andorra la Vella, Andorra, established in 1942. Although based in Andorra, they have competed in the Spanish football league system since 1948. They currently play in Segunda División B, the third tier.

Team Members
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Cañete





Zourdine





Guti
#24




Alti





Eudald




Marc
Aguado




Ruben
Bover
#21



Rubén
Enri




Marc
Fernández




Iván
Gil




Diego
González




Hector
Hevel
#7



David
Martín




Carlos
Martínez




Josele
Martínez
#13



Sergio
Molina




Dani
Morer




Manuel
Nieto
#33



Álex
Pastor




Marc
Pedraza
#6



Nico
Ratti
#1



Roger
Riera




Martí
Riverola




Martí
Vilà




Adri
Vilanova



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Stadium or Home

The Estadi Nacional is a stadium located in Andorra la Vella. It is the national stadium of Andorra, and is used for association football and rugby union.The stadium was built at the former ground of the Camp d'Esports del M.I. Consell General. Construction started in 2013 and finished in 2014.The stadium is the home of the Andorra national football team and the Andorra national rugby union team. The first official match was a 1–2 defeat to Wales valid for the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying Group B, played on 9 September 2014, after the 3G artificial pitch passed UEFA inspection a week before the match.In August 2015, the National Government and FC Andorra agreed that the club would play in the Estadi Nacional the two first months of the 2015–16 season, until the works in the Camp de la Borda Mateu finish.In July 2021, the Government of Andorra reached an agreement with FC Andorra for playing their matches of Primera División RFEF in this stadium.On 8 October 2021, one day before Andorra were due to play England in a 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier - a fire broke out in the stadium's television gantry.There was extensive damage to the metal gantry and the television equipment within, one of the pitchside VAR monitors was destroyed, some of the seating in one of the dugouts melted and part of the artificial turf was scorched. Repairs were made in the following hours, so that the match was able to go ahead at the stadium, in spite of the fire.

It has a capacity of 3,306, and the pitch is made of artificial turf

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