Club Ciclista de San Sebastián

Club Ciclista de San Sebastián was a cycling club based in San Sebastián, Basque Country, Spain. In 1909 the football section won the Copa del Rey.

Club Ciclista
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Full nameClub Ciclista de San Sebastián
Founded1909 (football)
Dissolved1909 (football)
GroundOndarreta Stadium, San Sebastián
Chairman?
Manager?

HistoryEdit

Football was introduced to San Sebastián in the early 1900s by students and workers returning from Britain. In 1904 they formed the San Sebastian Recreation Club and in 1905 they competed in the Copa del Rey. In May 1905 the San Sebastian Football Club was formed as a separate branch of the club. In 1909 they applied to enter the Copa del Rey but complications over registration permits saw them compete as Club Ciclista de San Sebastian. This team beat Español de Madrid 3-1 in the final.

Its successor is Real Sociedad.

HonoursEdit

Copa del Rey

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