The April 1st the first board of directors, chaired in office by the second vice-president José María Gayarre, and the new club thus began a long life, full of disappointments and disappointments, but also full of hits and titles, which is now in quarantine by the crisis of coronavirus.Monthly season ticket for the 1932-33 season, the first Zaragoza official, signed by the treasurer Luis Ferrer. DAILY AS ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>The Real Zaragoza players pose with the European Cup Winners’ Cup on May 10, 1995 in the Parc des Princes in Paris after defeating Arsenal 2-1.DAILY AS After seven consecutive seasons in the ‘hell’ of Second, Zaragoza is ready to return to the First Division, its natural habitat. The pupils of Víctor Fernández, the coach who has directed the Aragonese team the most games with a total of 406, currently occupies the second position with five points of advantage over the third classified and they remain undefeated in the League in this 2020, an extraordinary dynamic that they intend to give continuity as soon as the competition resumes: “Nothing will stop us nor to stop before our dream “, pointed out last week the Aragonese coach himself.A record with nine titlesZaragoza have disputed 58 seasons in Primera —23 in Second and 4 in Third—, being the ninth in the historical classification of the highest category of Spanish football. his first ascent took place in 1936, with the legendary Alifantes team, and his best position dates from the 1974-75 season, when he was runner-up in the League. In addition, in your history you can find six cups (1964, 1966, 1986, 1994, 2001 and 2004), a Super Cup (2004), a Fair Cup (1964) and a Recopa (nineteen ninety five). Such a day like today 1932, the Zaragoza Soccer Club —Initial name of Real Zaragoza— was registered in the registry Civil of Zaragoza, two days after five representatives of the Iberia Sport Club (José María Gayarre, José María Muniesa, Antonio Sánchez Candial, Luis Gayarre and Luis Ferrer) and five others from the Zaragoza Sports Club —United federally on December 2, 1931, but still undissolved— (Julián López Herrero, Liberto Herrero, Cándido Monclús, Juan Briz and José Torregrosa) signed the constitutional Act of the club that came to unite all Zaragoza football, after three decades of war without quarter.That same March 18, 1932 managers of the Iberia and Zaragoza first presented in the Civil Government of Zaragoza the offices of dissolution of both companies before Antonio Lasheras, representing Iberia, and Antonio Hormigón, for Zaragoza, presented a brief on the wishes to establish a new club, the Zaragoza Soccer Club, attaching its corresponding regulation. That regulation was approved three days later by the civil governor of Zaragoza, Manuel Álvarez-Ugena and Sánchez Tembleque, according to the current Association law of 1887. It was precisely in Paris where touched the sky that May 10, 1995 against Arsenal. A Nayim’s goal from the center of the field in the last minute of the extension he raised all the zaragocismo from his seats, either in the Parque de los Príncipes or at home, in addition to many Spanish fans. A great goal for history, like an eleven for the memory: Cedrún; Belsué, Cáceres, Aguado —player with the most matches alongside Violeta, with 473—, Solana; Poyet, Aragon, Nayim; Higuera, Pardeza; and Esnáider, who opened the scoring with a great volley from outside the area. All of them directed on the bench by Víctor Fernández.It was him second european title of the second Aragonese, since the first was achieved by the Magnificent in 1964 by defeating in the final of the Fairs Cup at Valencia 2-1, with goals from Villa and Marcelino, the Aragonese club’s top historical scorer with 116 goals. Thanks to these two European titles, the Saragossa It’s one of the six Spanish teams that have triumphed in Europe. In addition, he was runner-up in the Fair Cup in 1966 and the European Super Cup in the 1995-96 season.That 1964 Fair Cup was the first title for Zaragoza and the Magnificent from Canario, Santos, Marcelino, Villa and Lapetra, who chained four consecutive Cup finals, winning two of them, and left endless soccer exhibitions. Shortly before, in the 1961-62 season, Seminario took the top scorer award in the category with 25 goals, being the only player from the Aragonese club to have achieved it to date.The Saragossa, which changed the stadium of Torrero by La Romareda in 1957, He has also enjoyed other great times of soccer such as the Zaraguayos de Arrúa, Diarte, Ocampos, Planas, Violeta or García Castany, who were runners-up in the League or Cup, footballers like Señor, Barbas, Amarilla, Valdano —One of the world champions who has passed through the Aragonese club along with Brehme, Cafú, Piqué and David Villa—, Pichi Alonso, Víctor Muñoz, Rubén Sosa, Pedro Herrera or Güerri in the eighties and the latest exploits in the Cup at the beginning of this century, with the Milito, Savio, Galletti, Cani or Villa as protagonists. Now Zaragoza want to get those magical nights and the first step is the return to First. “The ascent would be the Recopa of the 21st century,” said Víctor Fernández.