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Social Bylaws

Club Atlético Osasuna is a sports club. The entity avoided its conversion into a Sports Corporation in the 90s and is currently one of the four clubs in Spanish professional football that maintains its status as a sports club. This means that the club belongs to its members, who are the owners of the club and who make the most important decisions of the entity. 

The whole life of the club is regulated through the social bylaws, the document that contains the symbols of Osasuna, its colours, its organs of power, its electoral processes, and all those essential aspects that have to do with the functioning of the club. 

Throughout the history of the club, the statutes have suffered several modifications. Changes that have to be approved by the Assembly of Delegates, formed by members democratically elected by all the social masses to represent them. 

C. A. Osasuna Social Bylaws

TITLE I. SOCIAL STRUCTURE.

TITLE II. THE MEMBERS.

TITLE III. MEMBER'S ADVOCATE

TITLE IV. FAN CLUBS

TITLE V (1). THE GOVERNING BODIES OF THE CLUB.

TITLE V (2). THE GOVERNING BODIES OF THE CLUB.

TITLE V (3). THE GOVERNING BODIES OF THE CLUB.

TITLE V (4). THE GOVERNING BODIES OF THE CLUB.

TITLE V (5). THE GOVERNING BODIES OF THE CLUB.

TITLE VI. THE DOCUMENTARY, ACCOUNTING, ECONOMIC, FINANCIAL AND DISCIPLINARY SYSTEM

TITLE VII. DISSOLUTION OF THE CLUB.

TITLE VIII. CALCULATION OF TIME LIMITS AND FINAL PROVISIONS