RCD Espanyol de Barcelona

Spanish Soccer Club

The history of RCD Espanyol began in October 1900 as the Sociedad Española de Football, founded by students from the University of Barcelona. The club has achieved many important successes, such as the first Spanish Cup in 1929 and its consolidation in national and international competitions. Highlights include the 1980s and 1990s, which saw some of the club’s most historic moments, such as the first of its two UEFA Cup finals in 1988.

It has faced major financial challenges, having to sell the Sarrià stadium in 1997 and moving to the Estadi Olímpic de Montjuic. After twelve seasons at the Estadi Olímpic, Espanyol built a new stadium in Cornellà-El Prat, where it currently plays its matches. The current Stage Front Stadium received the Stadium Business Award 2010, one year after its inauguration, as the best sports facility in the world in its category for its design, functionality and sustainability.

Since August 2009, every 21st minute of a match, RCD Espanyol fans applaud in recognition of the memory of Dani Jarque, Espanyol’s captain who died suddenly during the 2009 pre-season.

RCDE use INDIBA technology to treat players at various stages of their training and performance. These include helping players recover from injuries, helping them recuperate from the exertions of training and games, and preparing for performances. INDIBA technology is especially beneficial for players rehabbing from surgery as INDIBA treatments are very effective in muscle and tendon damage recovery.


CT9 is a multifunctional device, delivering the most efficient results in the treatment of musculoskeletal, pelvic health and physio-aesthetic treatments.

Hands Free Pack

Hands Free adhesive electrodes and return plates will allow the therapist to perform differents treatments.

Fascia Pack

The myofascial electrodes are specially designed to connect directly to the device.

Transport Solution

Our carefully designed transport case will facilitate and protect the device, accessories and creams when being transported around.