|Full name||Real Sociedad de Fútbol, S.A.D.|
|Nickname(s)|| Txuri-urdin (white-blue)|
|Founded||7 September 1909|
|Ground|| Anoeta Stadium|
|Current League||La Liga|
|2018-19||La Liga, 9th|
|Website||Club home page|
Real Sociedad de Fútbol, SAD, more commonly referred to as Real Sociedad, is a Spanish football club based in the city of San Sebastián, Basque Country, founded on 7 September 1909. Its home stadium is Anoeta, which seats 32,200 spectators. Real Sociedad won the La Liga title in 1980–81 and 1981–82, and last finished runners-up in 2002–03. The club play the Basque derby against Athletic Bilbao. Real Sociedad were founder members of La Liga in 1928, and their longest spell in the top flight was for 40 seasons from 1967 to 2007.
Its B team, known as "Sanse" plays in Segunda División B
Real Sociedad has also several sports sections: women's football, track and field, field hockey and basque pelota.
Name and colours
Donostia Football Club in the years of the Spanish republic, the current name means Royal Society of Football in Spanish. The club is nicknamed in Basque as Erreala or the txuri-urdin ("white-blue" due to the colours of their kit). The colours stem from the flag of San Sebastian: a blue canton on a white field.
- Official website
- Thirteen Months Of Obstinacy – Real Sociedad's 38 game unbeaten run
- Real Sociedad at La Liga (Spanish) (English)
- Futbolme team profile (Spanish)
- BDFutbol team profile
- Real Sociedad de Futbol
- Estadios de Espana
|Real Sociedad de Fútbol, S.A.D.|
|Real Sociedad squad - 2020–21|
1. Bravo 2. C. Martínez 3. González 4. Elustondo 5. Bergara 6. I. Martínez 7. Griezmann 8. Seferović 9. Agirretxe 10. X. Prieto (c) 11. Vela 13. Zubikarai 14. Pardo 15. Ansotegi 16. Canales 17. Zurutuza 18. Castro 20. José Ángel 21. Ifrán 22. Estrada 23. Ros 24. De la Bella 25. Granero
|La Liga 2019-20|
Alavés · Athletic Bilbao · Atlético Madrid · Barcelona · Betis · Celta Vigo · Eibar · Espanyol · Getafe · Granada · Leganés · Levante · Mallorca · Osasuna · Real Madrid · Real Sociedad · Sevilla · Valencia · Valladolid · Villarreal