The nicknames of this Spanish club are Rojiblancos, La Unión, Almeriensistas or Indálicos. Sometimes it is also simply abbreviated UDA. The club's colours are red and white, which appear on the home jerseys in the form of a red and white stripe in a vertical direction. The shorts are all red with white detailing. Outdoors, the club plays in a combination of blue and light blue with yellow stripe details on the sides, with an alternative being a green jersey with blue stripes on the sides. At home they play at the Juegos Mediterráneos stadium, which offers a capacity of 15,000 spectators. The club was founded in 1989, and is based in Almeria, Andalusia.
If we look into the club's history, the club has played a total of 6 seasons in La Liga, Spain's top competition. The last time they looked here was in the 2013/14 and 2014/15 seasons. However, it only occupied the 17th and 19th positions here, respectively, the tail of the league table. Since then it has been playing steadily in the second division, the Segunda División, where it has had a total of 14 seasons in its history.
|22.04.2023||UD Almería||Athletic Bilbao||0 : 1||1 : 2|
|16.04.2023||Atlético Madrid||UD Almería||:||:|
|09.04.2023||UD Almería||Valencia CF||:||:|
|02.04.2023||Celta de Vigo||UD Almería||:||:|
|18.03.2023||UD Almería||Cádiz CF||0 : 0||1 : 1|
|12.03.2023||Sevilla FC||UD Almería||1 : 1||2 : 1|
|04.03.2023||UD Almería||Villarreal CF||0 : 0||0 : 2|
|26.02.2023||UD Almería||FC Barcelona||1 : 0||1 : 0|
|17.02.2023||Girona FC||UD Almería||4 : 0||6 : 2|
|11.02.2023||UD Almería||Real Betis||1 : 2||2 : 3|