Season-by-Season Results

  • promoted, relegated, Cup Qualifier
Season-by-Season Results Table
Season Squad Country Comp LgRank Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
2019-2020Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga9th413043+1615,360Roberto Torres - 2Rubén
2018-2019Osasunaes ESP2. La Liga 21st4226975935+248714,794Juan Villar, Roberto Torres - 12RubénPromoted
2017-2018Osasunaes ESP2. La Liga 28th421616104434+106413,998Xisco - 8Sergio Herrera
2016-2017Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga19th38410244094-542214,817Sergio León - 10Salvatore SiriguRelegated
2015-2016Osasunaes ESP2. Segunda6th421713124740+76414,353Roberto Torres - 12Nauzet PérezPromoted, → Promotion Playoffs — Semifinals
2014-2015Osasunaes ESP2. Segunda18th421112194160-194513,033Nino - 11Asier Riesgo
2013-2014Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga18th38109193262-303914,768Oriol Riera - 13Andrés FernándezRelegated
2012-2013Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga16th38109193350-173915,613Enrique Sola - 8Andrés Fernández
2011-2012Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga7th381315104461-175417,183Raúl García - 11Andrés Fernández
2010-2011Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga9th38138174546-14716,109Enrique Sola - 7Ricardo
2009-2010Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga12th381110173746-94316,800Walter Pandiani - 11Ricardo
2008-2009Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga15th381013154147-64317,922Walter Pandiani - 11Roberto
2007-2008Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga17th38127193744-74315,646Dady - 7Ricardo
2006-2007Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga14th38137185149+24615,677Roberto Soldado - 11Ricardo
2005-2006Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga4th38215124943+66817,580Savo Milošević - 11Ricardo→ UEFA Champions League via league finish
2004-2005Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga15th381210164665-194613,757Richard Morales - 9Juan Elía→ UEFA Cup via cup loss
2003-2004Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga13th381115123837+14814,999John Aloisi - 6Ricardo Sanzol
2002-2003Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga11th381211154048-84715,549John Aloisi - 8Ricardo Sanzol
2001-2002Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga17th381012163649-134216,861John Aloisi - 9Juan Carlos Unzué
2000-2001Osasunaes ESP1. La Liga15th381012164354-114217,260Iván Rosado - 14Nuno

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