BDFutbol is an independent website dedicated to the recopilation of data and statistics of football, including all the seasons from the first division (beginning from 1928-29), second division starting from season 1941-42 and second division B starting from season 1982-83. There is also data from all European competitions, both current and old. Finally, we also collected all data on the Spanish team, including its youth teams.
The database has been obtained by consulting both official sources and various newspaper archives, specialized publications and partners.
Photographs have been collected selflessly, either from websites, newspapers and newspaper archives, sports magazines (among which we should highlight Don Balón, Calendarios Dinámico and Marca guides), specialized authors books and sticker albums (Panini, ESTE, Bruguera, Ruiz Romero, Fher, etc.).
If we somehow violated the copyright of any person or company, we suggest to contact us to correct the mistake, understanding that it was not made voluntarily (much of the data and photos have been contributed by users and external partners) and with no problem it will be solved.
Squads: The squad is formed of all players from the first team who have belonged to it at some time since the beginning of the season (the date of the first match). Players from the secondary team are part of the first team's squad only if they compete or are called at least once in any competition.
Goal authoring: The author of a goal is the last player to touch the ball if he belongs to the team that scores. If it does not belong to the team that scores, it is an own goal only if the shot did not go to the goal or it would have been blocked by the goalkeeper, otherwise it is goal of the one that shoots. In the doubtful cases the official version is taken.
Yellow cards: The yellow card statistics counts only the first yellow cards. If a player receives a second yellow card, consequently being sent off, this one is not added to the total of yellow cards.
Line-up: The line-up of a team in a season consists of the players who have played the most starting matches, with a margin of 10% to favor a moderate number of defenders, midfielders and strikers.
Honours: The players from the first team (numbers from 1 to 25) are considered winner of the competition whether or not they played any minute of it. The youth players or other players who have played at least one minute of the competition are also considered winner of it. The youth players who have not played in any game are not, even though they have been called up for a match. Players who were not in the squad at the time of short competitions (for example, Supercup or Club World Cup), are not considered winners either.
Photos: The ordering of the photographs in the players, coaches and referees profiles is preferably chronological, except in cases where the older photos are of bad quality or black and white. Photos with the clothing of the teams appearing in the trajectory section are always preferable.
Team goals milestones: In the count of goals of the teams, only the official goals are counted, not those scored in the field. If the competition committee decrees a result different from the one obtained on the field, the decreed score is counted.
Suspended matches: In the games that are suspended after being started and resumed another day, the players aligned in the resumption that were not aligned in the initial match are counted as substitutes of these, and the minute of the substitution is established at the minute of the suspension.
Matches not played: The games that are canceled and the result is decreed by the committee without being disputed, are not counted in the statistics of the players or coaches.
Team short names: Short names do not include additions (such as Real, FC, etc.) except when it is necessary to disambiguate or when it is part of the name by which the team is usually known (Real Madrid, Real Society or Real Union)
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This web would not be the same without the help from several collaborators that have provided lots of data, photos and suggestments. Next I show a reduced list of the persons or websites that have contributed most, without forgetting in any case all the other people that have provided information (somtines anonymously) and although not appearing in this reduced list I am also very pleased for them.
Manuel Enric Garcia Albert (mega60)
Domingo Manuel Muñoz Ruiz (Bokeron84)
Juan R. Alvaro
Francisco Ramis (framis)
Francisco Delgado López (pacovski)
Antonio Chacón (antonio3223)
Gelo Díaz (Geloudrion)
Antonio J. Pamies (@Apamies71)
José Javier Cosidó Reig
José Luis Lorenzo Ortega
David Ruiz Fernández (darko)
Javier Tristán Cardona
Jesús Gallardo Casero (Tomellosocf) Web
Rafael Romero Tarrio (Web)
Paco Alba (becquer99) (Web)
Enrique Fuentes (havok) (Web)
Sergio Muriel (UDAlmeriense)
Igor Agarraberes (dcba)
Alexis Martín-Tamayo (MisterChip)
Juan Algar Trujillo (Grupo Facebook PACO)
Álvaro Vega (@laligaennumeros)
Alberto Julián Socorro Ojeda
David Chordá Argente
Juan José Larramona Valcarce
Juan Luis Garcia (Web)
Enrique Mera González
Jorge López (Web)
Miguel Ángel Alonso Pando (Evasion)
Francesc Xavier Ruiz Hierro (Web)
Manuel Torrado Martín
Antonio Valencia Ruiz (arqueroarba)
Manuel Muñiz (McManus)
Alberto Fernández García
Miguel Ángel Pérez
Juan José Franco
José Luis Verde
José Alberto Salas
Javier Caballero (el blogroñés)