Álvaro Peña completes 200 matches in the Second Division

The Albacete player becomes bicentennial in the silver category and hopes to finish the season by achieving permanence in the silver category.


Álvaro Peña begins to consolidate in the Second Division. The Albacete footballer played his 200th game in the silver category last Sunday at Rodríguez López against Tenerife.

This year, the Basque player faces his sixth season in the SmarkBank League after training at the Athletic Club de Bilbao youth academy and later signing for Alcorcón. In the ranks of the Madrid team, he played 58 games in the Second Division and later signed for Albacete in a season in which the white team played the playoff for promotion to First Division.

Last year, Peña played on loan for Mirandés, a team in which he played 35 games and this year, the player has returned to La Mancha and has already reached 200 games played in the silver category of Spanish football. . This year, Álvaro Peña has played 25 games with the white team and has managed to score two goals.

Now, Álvaro Peña's goal is to achieve permanence in professional football with Albacete, a challenge that is not easy since the white team is currently four points away from salvation.

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