#MATCHDAY 🔴🔵😍 (por fin) 🏆 Play-off de ascenso a 2ª 'B' 🆚 @Atzeneta_UE 🏟 Estadio 'El Collao' ⏰ 20:00 📻 Alzira Ràdio 📺 @footters 📱@udalzira
#PLAYOFF: Final en el Súñer Picó, el Intercity de Raúl Poveda y David Torres igualó sin goles ante el Alcoyano y dijo adiós al ascenso a Segunda B. Los alcoyanistas se medirán en la final al vencedor del Alzira-Atzeneta de mañana. Lo hemos visto en Footters!
Alzira may refer to:
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