Erika Vazquez is the red-and-white top scorer with 260 goals. Impressive figures that she has reached in the 15 seasons she has been playing for Athletic Club. To reach those numbers you have to have quality plase, a taste for goal and a great dose of ambition. That is why she has never settled with doubles or hat tricks (up to 14 has achieved). Erika Vazquez has managed to score four goals on four occasions. The poker queen.
Today, it has been precisely 15 years since the first pounding was made, just a year after her debut with the red-and-white t-shirt. It was in Pozuelo, during a 0-5 victory against the team from Madrid. The midfielder opened the scoring from the penalty spot and then scored another three goals in the second half. Gurutze signed the end of the match.
In the 2008-2009 season, she reached 32 League goals and ended up as the undisputed top scorer. During the season 19, she scored four goals to Malaga in Lezama. In the season 2011-2012, it was the Club Llanos Olivenza that got to suffer against Erika with another unforgettable poker of goals. During the season 2013-2014, Erika showed her potential once again, this time against Levante La Plana, a match played in Lezama as well.
Seven goals in one match
The lion is close to making history and reaching 400 official matches with Athletic Club (she has played 390 so far) and she is the top scorer in the history of the ladies team with 260 goals. In addition to this, we must mention her greatest match as an international striker, when she was playing the UEFA Women’s Cup match in Ljubljana and scored seven goals against Birkirkara of Malta.
Amaia Peña returns to Athletic
The goalkeeper from Portugalete returns to the red-and-white team after a successful experience in the United States and signs until 2022 with the first team
The Primera Iberdrola is officially over
The RFEF’s Sole Judge of Competition concludes the championship (with Athletic Club, in 5th position) with the classification existing at the time of the suspension
Tribute to Amaia Olabarrieta and Saioa González
Just four years ago today, both players, Amaia Olabarrieta and Saioa Gonzalez, officially said goodbye to the field
Three years since the farewell of three historic players
Three years ago today Eli Ibarra, Iraia Iturregi and Irune Murua received a tribute in Lezama to their long career at the club
2004: Two-time champions of the Super League
Today is the 16th anniversary of the celebration at San Mamés against Torrejón of the second consecutive league for a champion Athletic Club since the penultimate round
Women’s C will play in the Women’s Basque League
The young red-and-white team gets promoted after a season in which they have won all 22 of their league matches
The fourth Superleague in five years
On this day in 2007, the women’s team won its fourth league title, the third one at San Mamés with the red-and-white supporters
A cruel defeat to say farewell to old San Mamés
7 years ago tomorrow, FC Barcelona clinched the victory and the league title just before the old stadium was demolished
Unzué: “I think I can perform at a high level for two more years”
The player from Navarre has answered the questions both the media and her supporters asked her after her signing as a lioness was made official
The brace from Yulema Corres that carried closer to their last league title
It has been four years since the 3-1 win against Santa Teresa at Lezama, a great match with a brace from Yulema Corres