Throughout its history, RCD (Reial Club Deportiu Espanyol de Barcelona), or ‘Espanyol’ as they are more popularly known, has had seven different emblems, three anthems, and six stadiums.
Over this time, the club has evolved in various historical stages, becoming more impressive with each passing year. Now, the club is a public limited company and a thriving organization with some of the most exciting talent in Europe.
The club competes in La Liga, the top tier of the Spanish football league system, and is regarded as one of the region’s most competitive and attractive sports teams. Across its 123 years of history, the club has won a range of titles and trophies and even hosted the 1982 world cup at its previous stadium in Sarrià. Furthermore, the club’s current stadium (Estadi Cornellà-El Prat) received the 2010 Stadium Business Award one year after its inauguration. This award recognized the facility as the best sports ground for its category, thanks to its clever design, functionality, and sustainability.