This Sunday in Butarque, precisely the last stadium that Andorra visited last season, Eder Sarabia's team will begin their second adventure in professional football. It will be after an excellent debut season culminated in a creditable seventh position that placed Andorra as a team to be reckoned with. The tricolours started the year as a completely unknown side in the category and finished just one position away from promotion.
But the last season is past and the Principality team is now embarking on a new or more difficult challenge: "The objective is to continue evolving as a team and as a club and continue consolidating ourselves in the category... and this should allow us to aspire to even more important goals in the future", explained the coach Eder Sarabia in the press conference before leaving to Leganés. The Basque coach also wanted to make it clear that the recipe for trying to achieve success would not change and that the team would continue to bet on the same idea: "The important thing is to have conviction, especially in bad times. When everything goes well it is always easier to propose what you want to do, but when you are in trouble is when you have to prove that what you do you do it convinced".
The tricolours will start the season tomorrow night (10pm) against Leganés and then they will have just five days to prepare for the opening match at the Estadi Nacional on Friday at 7pm against Cartagena.