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  1. Granada - Wikipedia › wiki › Granada

    Granada ( / ɡrəˈnɑːdə / grə-NAH-də, Spanish: [ɡɾaˈnaða] ), locally [ɡɾaˈna] is the capital city of the province of Granada, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain. Granada is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, at the confluence of four rivers, the Darro, the Genil, the Monachil and the Beiro.

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  2. Granada - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre › wiki › Granada

    Granada es una ciudad y municipio español, capital de la provincia homónima, en la comunidad autónoma de Andalucía.

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  4. Granada CF - Wikipedia › wiki › Granada_CF
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    Granada Club de Fútbol was founded on 14 April 1931, originally as Recreativo de Granada; the first president was Julio López Fernández. It was him who registered the club in the Registry of Associations in the Civil Government and presented the first Board of Directors. The first football match was played against the Deportivo Jaén on 6 December 1931, which resulted in a 2–1 victory. The first goal in the match, and in the club's history, was scored by Antonio Bombillar. The first home match...

    La Liga entry and peak

    After several promotions, in 1941–42 the club made its La Liga debut. It was the match against the Celta on 28 September 1941. The game ended up in 1–1 draw. The first Granada goal in the highest Spanish division was scored by César Rodríguez Álvarez. During that season the Granada had some historical home wins, among them 8–0 against Real Oviedo and 6–0 against Barcelona. The Granada finished the season in the 10th position among 14 teams. From here until the 1980s, it alternated between tha...

    Decline and revival

    Granada spent most of the following seasons in the Segunda División B, the dropping another level in 2002–03, due to non-payment to its players. After four seasons in the fourth division, former Real Madrid president Lorenzo Sanz, along with his son Paco, arrived at the club. With their help, the Andalusian side was again promoted to the third category but got itself into serious financial trouble. In the 2005–06 season the Granada became a champion of the Tercera División Group 9 and qualifi...

    25 seasons in La Liga
    33 seasons in the Segunda División
    22 seasons in the Segunda División B
    5 seasons in the Tercera División

    Current squad

    1. As of 1 February 2021 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

    Reserve team

    Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.


    1. Segunda División (3): 1940–41, 1956–57, 1967–68 2. Segunda División B (3): 1982–83, 1999–00, 2009–10 3. Tercera División (3): 1933–34, 2003–04, 2005–06 4. Copa del Rey Runners-up: 1958–59

    Regional tournaments

    1. Andalucia Cup : 1932–33 2. Andalucia Championship reservations : 1971–72


    1. Antonio Puerta Trophy: 2010

    After its foundation, the team played its home matches at the Campo de Las Tablas, inaugurated on 20 December 1931. On that day Granada CF won the match against the U.D. Andújar 1-0 in the Tercera Regional. Granada's stay at this ground was a short one; on 23 December 1934, a new stadium, Estadio Los Cármenes, was opened. The club played in this stadium until 1995 when a new facility, named Nuevo Los Cármenes Stadium, took its place. It was inaugurated on 16 May 1995, with an original capacity of 16,212 seats. This was expanded to 22,524 after the final promotion to La Ligain the summer of 2011. After achieving promotion to the First Division in 2019, the stadium has been renovated, such as the replacement of the playing surface, the repairing and painting of seats plus the addition of white seats to form the words "Granada Cf" across from the main stand and "1931" on the South Stand, the expansion of the official club store (now located on the corner where the old tickets office wa...

    Upon its foundation, the club's kits were a shirt with blue and white vertical stripes and white shorts. After the Spanish Civil War the club owners went to Madrid to buy new ones, but they couldn't find other than red and white striped shirts. That became the official colour scheme from then on. In the 1970s, the club changed the vertical stripes to horizontal. Since then, several changes (between horizontal and vertical) took place until 2004–05, when in a member assembly it was decided to use horizontal stripes definitively.

  5. Granada - Wikipedia › wiki › Granada_(España)

    Granada ye una ciudá española, capital de la provincia de Granada, na comunidá autónoma d' Andalucía. Foi capital del Reinu Nazarí de Granada ente los sieglos XIII y XV. Ye patrimoniu de la Humanidá dende 1984 polos sos monumentos artísticos, como l'Alhambra.

  6. Ayuntamiento de Granada - Wikipedia › wiki › Ayuntamiento_de_Granada

    Early modern period. Following the conquest of Granada in 1492, the offices of corregidor and regidor (es) were established in Granada. While the Constitutive Charter granted by the Catholic Monarchs on 20 September 1500 has been traditionally framed by most authors as the point of origin of the city's municipal regime, the document has been more recently argued to rather be a reform or restructuration of preexisting political realities.

  7. Category:Granada - Wikimedia Commons › wiki › Category:Granada

    Jan 10, 2019 · English: Granada is a city of Spain and is the capital of the province with the same name. Español: Granada es una ciudad de España y capital de la provincia del mismo nombre. Français : Grenade ( Granada en espagnol) est une ville espagnole , capitale de la province du même nom .

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  9. Alhambra - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia › wiki › Alhambra
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    In the Middle Ages the Alhambra was the residence of the Muslim rulers of Granada and their court, now it is one of Spain's major tourist attractions. There one can see the most famous Islamic Architecture of the country. Within the Alhambra, the Palace of Charles V was erected by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperorin 1527. The Muslim rulers lost Granada and Alhambra in 1492 without the fortress itself being attacked when King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella of Castiletook the surrounding region with an overwhelming force of numbers.

    Patio of the palace of Charles V
    Panoramic view
    Panoramic view, illuminated at night
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  10. Granada – Wikipedia › wiki › Granada

    37°10′41″N 3°36′03″V. Granada på Commons. Granada er en by i det sørlige Spania, med en befolkning på ca. 241 000 innbyggere. Byen er hovedstad i provinsen Granada. Den er særlig kjent for slottet Alhambra fra da maurerne styrte denne delen av Spania. Festningen står i dag på UNESCOs verdensarvliste og er en av landets største ...

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