The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Santander , Cantabria, Spain.
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Santander is the capital of the autonomous community and historical region of Cantabria situated on the north coast of Spain. It is a port city located east of Gijón and west of Bilbao with a population of 172,000 (2017).
Club Balonmano Cantabria was a team of handball based in Santander, Cantabria. CB Cantabria was not registered in any handball league after 2008.
Campos de Sport de El Sardinero, or simply El Sardinero, is a multi-purpose stadium in Santander, Spain. It is currently used mostly for football matches, serving as the home ground of the former La Liga side Racing de Santander since its inauguration in 1988, after replacing the old Estadio El Sardinero. With a capacity of 22,222 seats, it is the 28th-largest stadium in Spain and the largest in Cantabria. On September 11, 2023 it will host the Spain national football team in a match against Cyprus.
University of Cantabria (UC), is a public university located in Santander, Torrelavega and Comillas in Cantabria, Spain. It was founded in 1972 and is organized in 15 schools and colleges.
Real Racing Club de Santander, S.A.D., also known as Racing de Santander or simply Racing, is a football club based in Santander, Cantabria, Spain, that currently competes in Segunda División, the second tier of the Spanish league system. It was founded in 1913. It holds home games at Campos de Sport de El Sardinero, with a capacity for 22,222 spectators. It is one of the ten founding clubs of La Liga.
The Asturias autonomous football team is the regional football team for Asturias. They are not affiliated with FIFA or UEFA, because it is represented internationally by the Spain national football team. The team only plays friendlies.
The Cantabria autonomous football team is the regional football team for Cantabria, Spain. They are not affiliated with FIFA or UEFA and therefore are only allowed to play friendly matches.
José Moratón Taeño is a Spanish former footballer who played usually as a central defender, and the current manager of CD Bezana.
The Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital, mainly known as Valdecilla, is a general hospital located in the city of Santander, Cantabria, in Spain.
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La Voz del Pueblo was a socialist weekly newspaper from Santander, Spain, published as a regional organ of the Spanish Socialist Workers Party in Cantabria 1898-1905. The newspaper was printed on Sundays. La Voz del Pueblo was the first socialist newspaper in the province. Isidoro Acevedo, Manuel Olivero and Álvaro Ortiz were the directors of La Voz del Pueblo. From October 15, 1899 onwards La Voz del Pueblo was edited at the workshop of the daily El Cantábrico, at Calle de la Compañía.
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The Cantabria tournament is the previous round of the Copa RFEF in Cantabria. Organized by the Cantabrian Football Federation, the Cantabrian teams in Segunda División B and the best teams of the Tercera División not qualified to the Copa del Rey play this tournament, including farm teams.
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This article incorporates information from the Spanish Wikipedia.