Club Deportivo Anaitasuna is a Spanish football team based in Azkoitia, in the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country. Founded in 1934, it plays in the Tercera División RFEF – Group 4, holding home games at Campo Txerloia which has a capacity of 1,500 spectators. The team's name in Basque means brotherhood. Their closest rivals are Lagun Onak from Azpeitia.
|Full name||Club Deportivo Anaitasuna|
Basque Country, Spain
|Head coach||Xabier Artetxe|
|League||3ª RFEF – Group 4|
|2020–21||3ª – Group 4 (B), 5th of 11|
3ª – Group 4 (D), 1st of 6
Having won the Campeonato de Aficionados (national amateur cup) in 1973, their most successful period was in the 1980s when they were members of the Tercera División across the decade. In 1980–81 and 1982–83, their 6th-place league finish earned entry to the following season's Copa del Rey. Since then they have mostly played at provincial level, being promoted as the Gipuzkoa league winners four times (1993, 2001, 2012, 2016) but being relegated back down immediately on each occasion. They went up again in 2020, and also played in the 2020–21 Copa del Rey, losing to top-tier regulars Getafe CF only via a penalty in stoppage time.
The club has youth sections and a women's team (who finished 6th in Spain in 1994–95), and also competes in several other sports.
Season to seasonEdit
- "Campo Txerloia". Football Ground Map. Retrieved 27 November 2020.
- Xabier Artetxe: “Nuestro objetivo es claro, mantener la categoría” [Xabier Artetxe: "Our objective is clear, stay in the division"], Gipuzkoa Football Federation (in Spanish), 7 August 2020
- "Campo Txerloia". Soccerway. Retrieved 27 November 2020.
- Spain – Amateur Champions (Campeonato de España Amateur) 1930–1987, RSSSF, 20 May 2020
- Euskadi, Historical Spanish Competition Results
- Resumen Anaitasuna vs Getafe en la Copa del rey 2020 (1-2) (in Spanish), Juan José Díaz Pérez, Vavel, 17 December 2020