Tercera División G4. Temporada 2019-20. Los de Pablo Palacio se impusieron por la mínima al Somorrostro en El Malecón, merced al tanto de Ander Lambarri ...
Partido correspondiente a la 29ª jornada de liga en el grupo IV de Tercera División, disputado en La Baluga el 17 de marzo de 2019. Todos los lunes y jueves, ...
Programa semanal dedicado al fútbol vizcaíno. Emisión los miércoles a las 20:30 h y redifusión los viernes a las 15:00 h en Tele7. En esta ocasión, nos visitan ...
Sestao River - Bermeo FT. Partido correspondiente a la 24° jornada de liga en el grupo IV de Tercera División, disputado el 10 de febrero en Las Llanas.
David Baltase is a former French professional football manager. In 2010, he coached the Saint-Martin national football team together with Jean-Louis Richards.
Bermeo Futbol Taldea is a Spanish football team based in Bermeo, Biscay, in the autonomous community of Basque Country. Founded in 1950 it plays in Tercera División – Group 4, holding home matches at Estadio Municipal Itxas Gane, which has a 3,000-seat capacity.
Balmaseda is a town and municipality located in the province of Biscay, in the Basque Country. Balmaseda is the capital city of the comarca of Enkarterri, in western Biscay and serves an important role in the province thanks to its proximity to the capital city of Bilbao and the regions of Cantabria and Castile and León.
Liz Balmaseda is a journalist, who writes for The Palm Beach Post. Balmaseda was born in Puerto Padre, Cuba amidst the Cuban Revolution.
Balmaceda is a genus of jumping spiders.
Balmaceda is a Chilean village located south east of Coyhaique in Aysén Region. Balmaceda has around 500 inhabitants, and has Aysén Region's largest airport and meteorological station, Balmaceda Airport.
The Balmaceda family of Chile became politically influential during the 19th century, and played a very significant role in Chilean politics. The Balmaceda family is of Basque descent.
Balmaceda Airport is an airport next to the village of Balmaceda, serving the Aysén Region of Chile. The airport is 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) west of the Argentina border, it is located 55 km south-east of Coyhaique, the regional capital.
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