Real Zaragoza is a Spanish football club based in Aragon and they play their home matches wearing white shirts with blue trim. The club were recently relegated to the Spanish Segunda Division where they came 20th in the league. The club have won the Copa del Rey on six occasions and they won the 1994-95 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup.
Real Zaragoza were formed in 1932 from two rival teams Iberia SC and Real Zaragoza CD, the Blanquillos as they are nicknamed play at La Romareda, in Zaragoza, in the Farrago region in north eastern Spain. The stadiums current capacity is 34,596 and Real Zaragoza moved there in 1957 from the Torrero which was their original ground.
Real Zaragoza prepare for Spanish football this coming season by dropping their latest home and away shirts. Using a clean adidas kit template, Zaragoza's all-new home shirt remains a much unchanged look of recent seasons seeing a full white base-coat cover the shirt whilst royal blue trim enhanc [...]
Spanish side Real Zaragoza have officially revealed a new and special kit to celebrate their Cup Winners' Cup title 20 years ago. Winning the Cup Winners' Cup in 1995 beating Arsenal in the final, the side have revealed a special shirt which is based on the 1994-95 kit featuring a mainly white de [...]
Spanish Segunda Division side Real Zaragoza have officially launched their new kits for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Mercury, the new kits feature a special "Los Magníficos" club crest when the club won the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup five decades ago [...]
Spanish club Real Zaragoza have presented their new kit for the 2013/14 season [...]
Famous players to pull on the white shirt of Real Zaragoza include Marcelino, Lapetra, Villa, Canario, and Santos known as los Magnificos in the 1960s. The home kit is those white shirts, blue shorts and white socks, the away strip is all blue.
Real Zaragoza have never won the La Liga, they were placed second once. They have though won the Spanish Cup (Copa Del Rey) six times, the FAIRS cup once and the UEFA Cup in 1995.